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Operator's
Manuam
GRIIFTSMIIN °
6.5 Horse Power
Yard Vacuum
Model No. 247.770120
CAUTION:
Before
using
this product,
read this
manual
and foN_ow aim
safety
fumes and operating
instructions.
o SAFETY
ASSEMBLY
OPERATION
MAINTENANCE
PARTS LIST
ESPANOL
Sears, Roebuck
and Co., Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179, U.S.A.
Visit our web site: www.craftsman.com
FORMNO,769-03167
04/16/2007

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  • Page 1 SAFETY ASSEMBLY OPERATION MAINTENANCE CAUTION: Before using PARTS LIST this product, read this manual and foN_ow aim ESPANOL safety fumes and operating instructions. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179, U.S.A. Visit our web site: www.craftsman.com FORMNO,769-03167 04/16/2007...
  • Page 2 One Year Fuim Warranty on Craftsman Yard Vacuum This equipment iscovered by aone=year warranty, provided that i tismaintained, lubricated, and tuned u paccording tothe instructions inthe operator's manual During the warranty year, ifthis equipment experiences any failure due todefects inmaterial orworkmanship,...
  • Page 3 Congratulations on makinga smartpurchase,YournewCraftsman® Purchase a RepairProtectionAgreementnowand protectyourself productis designedand manufactured for yearsof dependableopera- from unexpectedhassleand expense, tion, But likeall products,it mayrequirerepairfrom time to time,That's Onceyou purchasethe Agreement,a simplephonecall is all that it whenhavinga RepairProtectionAgreementcansave you moneyand takesfor you toscheduleservice,Youcan call anytimeday or night, or aggravation, schedulea serviceappointmentonline, Here'swhat'sincludedin the Agreement:...
  • Page 4 This machine was built tobeoperated according tothe rules f or This symbol points outimportant safety i nstructions safe operation inthis manual Aswith any type ofpower equipment, which, ifnot f ollowed, could e ndanger the persona) carelessness orerror onthepart ofthe operator can result inserious safety and/or property ofyourself and others, Read and follow a llinstructions inthis manual before...
  • Page 5: Maintenance And Storage

    OPERATmON MAINTENANCE & STORAGE Do not put hands andfeet near rotatingparts or inthe feedingchambers Nevertamperwith safetydevices.Checktheir properoperation anddischargeopening.Contactwiththe rotatingimpellercan amputate regularly. fingers,hands,and feet. Check bolts andscrewsfor proper tightnessat frequentintervalsto keep Beforestartingthe machine,makesurethe chipperchute,feed intake, the machinein safe workingcondition.Also, visuallyinspectmachinefor andcutting chamberare empty andfree of all debris. any damageand repair,if needed.
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  • Page 7 TO AVOID SERIOUSiNJURY READ MANUAL O PERATOR_S KEEP HANDS OF UNLET AND DUBCHARGE OPENUNGS WHILE MACNUNE US RUNNUNG_ ROTATUNO BLADES UNSIDE TURN ENGUNE OFF AND ALLOW UMPELLERTOCOME TO COMPLETE STOP /; J; BEFORE REMOVING BAG, DO NOTATTEMPTTO CLEAR A CLOG OR JAMWUTB THE ENGINE RUNNING DO NOT OPERATE DN,T WITHOUT BAG OR OPT,ONAL RLOWER CHUTE ,N PLACE, DO NOr B_ND OF_'A LK UNFRONT OF _WER CNLrrEOR AiM _ BYSTANDER&...
  • Page 8 IMPORTANT: T his unit is shippedwithoutgasolineor oil in theengine, Be certain to serviceenginewith gasolineand oil as instructedin the _UpperHandle Operationsectionof this manualbeforeoperatingyour machine, NOTE:Referenceto rightand left hand sideof the YardVacuumis Wing Nut observedfrom the operatingposition, Star Knobs OPENmNG CARTON Carriage Cut eachcornerof the cartonverticallyfrom topto bottom, Bolts Removeall looseparts,...
  • Page 9: Attaching The Handle

    ATTACHING THE HANDLE Removethe hairpinclipsfrom the handlebracketsand remove the carriagescrewsand wingnuts from the lowerhandle, Placethe bottomholesin lowerhandleoverthe pinson the handlebracketsand securewith hairpinclips,See Figure2, insert carriagescrewsthroughupperhole in lowerhandle fromthe insideand securewith wing nuts,See Figure2, Unfoldthe upperhandle untilit alignswith lowerhandle, Makesure the ropeguide is on the rightsideof upperhandle, See Figure3, I_,IPORTANT: Makesure thecables are routedoutsidethe lower handle,Also, do not crimpthe cables whilelifting up the handles,...
  • Page 10 ATTACHING THE BAG Graspbag handb with one handand slide lockingrod on mountingbracketwith otherhand towardengine,Use theend of mountingbracketas bverage whenslidingthe locking rod, Slip bagoverthe rim of the dischargeopeningand release lockingrod to securebag in place,See Figure5, Snapbag clip to the topof the lowerhandb, Placethe lowerstrapson the bag overthe topof lowerhandb, hookingthemon the studs,See Figure6, NOTE:The bag/chuteswitch buttonattachedto the mountingbracket...
  • Page 11 ATTACHING THE BLOWER CHUTE NOTE:The bag must be removedbeforeinstallingthe blowerchute, Graspblowerchute with one handand slide lockingrod on mountingbracketwith other handtowardengine,Use the end of mountingbracketas leveragewhenslidingthe lockingrod, See Figure7, Slip blowerchute overrim of dischargeopeningand release lockingrod to securechute in place,as in Figure7, Raisethe nozzleheightto the highestsettingwhenusingthe blowerchute,Referto nozzleheightadjustmentin the next section,...
  • Page 12 Bag ThrottleControl ChokeControl Starter Handle Bag Handle Fiii Fiii Chippew Blower Chute Chute Nozzle Nozzle Height Adjustment Lever Figure9 Now that youhaveset up youryardvacuumfor operation,get acquainted with its controlsand features, T hese are describedbelow Colbcts shreddedmaterialfedthroughthechipperchute or vacuumed and illustratedon this page,This knowledgewill allowyouto use your throughthe nozzle, newequipmentto its fullestpotential BLOWER...
  • Page 13: Throttle Control

    THROTTLE CONTROL This levercontrolsthe enginespeedand stop function,Throughthree Use extremecarewhen handlinggasoline,Gasolineisextremely separatepositionson the bver from left to right, theoperationisas flammabband the vaporsare explosive,Neverfuel machineindoors follows: or whib theengine is hotor running,Extinguishcigarettes,cigars, pipes,and othersourcesof ignition, Gasoline Removefuel capfrom the fueltank, Start/Run Slow/Idle Engine Off Make surethe containerfrom whichyou will pourthe gasolineis cleanand free from rust or foreignparticles,Neverusegasoline...
  • Page 14: To Start Engine

    Whenmovingthrottb control bver, be carefulof heatedsurfacesand sharpedgeson mufflerguard, ThrottleControl TO START ENGINE ChokeControl Attachspark plugwire and rubber bootto sparkplug, The bag/chuteswitch buttonmustbe fully depressedbythe tip of front tab on bag handb or blowerchute for engineto start, Makesurebag/chuteswitchwire is connectedto engineand groundedto mountingbracket, Gas tank shouldbe filled3/4 to full beforestarting, Movethrottlecontrolto START/RUN (Rabbit)_...
  • Page 15 TO EMPTY Unhookbag strapsfrom the lowerhandle, Unsnapbag clipfrom the top of lowerhandle,See Figure12, Graspbag handlewith one handand pull lock rod on mounting bracketwith otherhand towardengine to release, Lift bagoff back of unit, Twistthetwo buttonson the backof the bag to unlock and empty contents,See Figure13,Holdbag handleand bag clip while emptyingthe contents, Compressbag openingand foldinner flapover opening,...
  • Page 16 Electrode Porcelain Alwaysstop engineand disconnectspark plugwire beforeperformin{ anymaintenanceor adiustments. A lwayswearsafety glassesduring operationor whileperformingany adiustments or repairs. GENERAL RECOMMENDATmONS Alwaysobservesafetyrubs when performing anymaintenance, Thewarrantyon this yardvacuumdoes notcover itemsthat have <------.020 inch(.51ram)gap beensubiectedto operatorabuseor negligence, T o receivefull valuefrom warranty, o peratormust maintainthe equipmentas Figure14 instructedhere, Someadiustments will haveto be madeperiodicallyto maintain...
  • Page 17 Check Engine Clean Engine Stopengineand wait severalminutesbeforecheckingoil level, Daily or beforeevery use,cleangrass,chaffor accumulated With engineon levelground,theoil mustbe to FULLmark on debrisfrom engine,Keeplinkage,spring, and controlsclean, dipstick, Keep areaaroundand behindmufflerfree of anycombustible debris, Removeoil fill dipstickand wipecleanwith cloth, Keepingenginecleanallowsair movement a roundengine, Replaceand tightendipstick,Removeand checkoil level,Level shouldbe at FULL mark, •...
  • Page 18 -" REMOVING THE FLAIL SCREEN If the dischargearea becomesclogged, removetheflail screenand cleanarea as follows: Stopthe engine,Make certainthe chipper/shredder v acuumhas cometo a completestop, Beforeuncloggingthe dischargechute,disconnect and ground the spark plug wire to retaining pest, Removethe vacuumbagor blowerchute from the unitas instructedin the OPERATION sectionto obtainaccess toflail screen, Removeself tappingscrewon rightside of unitthat attachesto...
  • Page 19 SHARPENmNGOF{REPLACmNGCHIPPER NOTE:When tippingthe unit, emptythe oil and fuel tank and keep enginespark plugside up, Disconnect and ground the spark plug wire to retaining post. Removebag assemblyor Newerchute, Removethe three hexcap screwsholdingthe chipperchuteto the upperhousing,See Figure16, Removethe front hubcaps,flangelock nuts,front wheels,and wavewashersthat attachto the pivot armassemblies,See Figure Removethe shoulderscrews,thrustwashers,and bell washers that go throughthe pivotarms to the frontsupport brace,The...
  • Page 20 Carefullyflit and support the unitup to provideaccessunderneath to the nozzlemountinghardwareand impeller,Removethethree shoulderbolts securingthe black plasticlowerflail housingtothe lowerhousing,Referto Figure19, Black Tilt top of black plasticlowerflail housingtowardthe engineto remove, Nozzle Usinga 8/16"allen wrench,removethe flat headcap screwsthat hold the chipperblade to the impeller, T hese screwsare acces- sibb throughthe openingcreatedwhenthe chipperchutewas removedearlier,See Figure20, 10, The nutson the flat headcap screwscan be reachedfrom...
  • Page 21: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Followthe maintenance schedulegivenbelow,This chart describes Beforeperforming anytypeof maintenance/service, disengage all serviceguidelinesonly, Usethe ServiceLog columnto keeptrackof controlsandstoptheengine, W aituntilall movingpartshavecometo completedmaintenance tasks,To locate the nearest Sears Service a complete stop,Disconnect sparkplugwireandgroundit against t he Center or to schedule service, simply contact Sears at enginetoprevent u nintended starting, A lwayswearsafetyglassesduring1 loS00o4oMYoHOME®.
  • Page 22 Neverstore yardvacuumwith fuel in tank indoorsor in poorly ventilatedareaswherefuel fumesmay reachan openflame,spark, or pilot lightas on a furnace,water heater,clothesdryer,or gas appliance, PREPARING THE ENGmNE PREPARING THE YARD VACUUM Forenginesstoredover30 days: Whenstoringthe yardvacuumin an unventilated or metalstorage shed, careshouldbe taken to rustproofthe non-paintedsurfaces, To preventgumfrom formingin fuelsystemor on carburetor Usinga lightoil or silicone,coat the equipment,especiallyany parts,run engineuntil it stopsfrom lack offuel or add a gasoline...
  • Page 23 Beforeperforming anytypeof maintenance/service, disengage all controls and stopthe engine, W aituntilall movingpartshavecometo a complete stop,Disconnect sparkplugwireandgroundit against t he I enginetoprevent u nintended starting, A lwayswearsafetyglasses during _operation orwhileperforming anyadiustments o r repairs, This section addresses minor service issues.To locate the nearest Sears Service Center or to schedule service, simply contact Sears at 1-800-4-MYoHOME®.
  • Page 24 Yard Vacuum -- Model No. 247.770120 * Impeller (719-0530A) cannot be ordered separately•To order the impeller, entire assembly (681-0152) must be purchased,...
  • Page 25 Yard Vacuum -- Model No. 247.770120 725q700 SwitchCover 710q054 Hex Screw5/16-24x 1,0 725-3166 SafetySwitch 781-0490 ChipperBlade 736-0119 Lock Washer5/16 710-0224 HexWasherScrew,#10q6 x,50 629-0920A Wire Harness 712-0411 Hex Lock Nut 5/16-24 731q613 SafetySwitchCover 681-0152 ImpellerAssembly 714-0104 Cotter Pin 719-0329 Flail Blade...
  • Page 26 Yard Vacuum -- Model No. 247.770120...
  • Page 27 Yard Vacuum -- Model No. 247.770120 681-0122 681-0156A HndleBrkt Assy,RH (Not Shown) ChipperChuteAssembly 749-04172 631-0090 BlowerChute Assembly UpperHandle 736-0105 Bell Washer,401 [D x,870 OD 720-0279 Knob 710-1205 734-2004A Wheel,8x2,125 EyeBolt 738-1015 ShoulderScrew3/8-16 720-04072 StarKnob,5/16-18 710-1174 731-0981A Hubcap CarriageBolt 749-04165 LowerHandle...
  • Page 28 Craftsman 6.5 H.P. Engine IVlodel No. 124T02 For Yard Vacuum Model 247.770120 383_...
  • Page 29 Craftsman &5 H.P. Engine Model No. 124T02 ForYard Vacuum Model 247.770120 443_ 970% 977 CARBURETOR GASKET 163_137_ 633A S 633 @ 276@ 121 CARBURETOR OVERHAUL 633A ® 633 @ 276 @ 276 @ 127 (_...
  • Page 30 Craftsman &5 H.P. Engine Model No. 124T02 For Yard Vacuum tVlodel 247.770120 358 ENGINE GASKET SET 3© 20@ 842_ 334_ 670@ 190_ 592_ 689 _C_ 456 _ 597 _ 1036 EMiSSiONS LABEL ]...
  • Page 31 Craftsman 6.5 H.P. Engine Model No. 124T02 ForYard Vacuum Model 247.770120 694086 697322 CylinderAssembly Guard-Flywheel 692194 RetaineFValve 399269 Kit-Bushing/Seal 691997 299819St SeaFOil(MagnetoSide) SlingeFGovernor/Oil 690548 493279 Sump-Engine Tappet-Valve 691449 Camshaft 691160 Head-Cylinder 790450 ShortBlock 692249t Gasket-Cylinder H ead 497465 Manifold-Intake 695250...
  • Page 32 Craftsman 6.5 H.P. Engine IVlodel No. 124T02 For Yard Vacuum Model 247.770120 691050 Line-Fuel(Cut to RequiredLength) 691251 Nut (GovernorControlLever) 495264 693399 Screw(ControlBracket) Dipstick 690940 Screw(FuelTank) 692296f Seal-Dipstick Tube 691829 Link-Mechanical Governor 495265 Tube-Dipstick Grommet 691923 691291 Spring-Governor 692150 Bracket-Control 691119...
  • Page 33 Craftsman 6.5 H.P. Engine Model No. 124T02 ForYard Vacuum Model 247.770120 691884 Sleeve-Lever Primer-Carburetor 694395 843A 691895 Sleeve-Lever Set-Carburetor G asket 498261 692017 Assembly-Dipstick/Tube 1036 Label-Emissions (Availablefrom a Briggs& Strattonauthorized servicedealer) 493880s Terminal-SparkPlug 1058 MS3260 Operator'sManual 697338 Seal-Valve Kit-Screw/Washer 1059...
  • Page 34 (This page applicable in the U.S.A. and Canada only.) Sears, Roebuck and Co., U.S.A. (Sears}, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the United States Environmenta! Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) Emission Control System Warranty Statement (Owner's Defect Warranty Rights and Obligations) EMISSIONCONTROL WARRANTYCOVERAGE ISAPPLICABLE TO CERT!- YEAR 1997AND LATERENGINES WHICHARE PURCHASED AND USED FlED ENGINESPURCHASEDIN CALIFORNIAIN 1995ANDTHEREAF-...
  • Page 35 Look For Relevant Emissions E)urabHity Period Air hde× mnformation On Your Engine Emissions Labe_ Engines that are certified to meet the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Tier 2 Emission Standards must display information regarding the Emissions Durability Period and the Air index. Sears, Roebuck and Co., U.S.A. makes this information available to the consumer on our emission...
  • Page 36 Craftsman Este equipoestb,cubiertopor una garantiade un aho,sbmpre que se mantenga,lubriquey aiustede acuerdoconlas instruccionesdel presente manualdel operador.Durantcel aho de garanfia,si este equiposufrc cualqubr fallaproducidapor defectosen materiabso manode obra, DEVUCLVALO A SUCENTRODE PARTES & REPARAClON SEARSMASCERCANO, y Scars Ioreparar_sin ningOn cargo.El serviciode garanfiaa domicilioestAdisponibleperose aplicar_, u n cargode traslado.
  • Page 37 Felicitaciones per haberrealizadouna adquisici6ninteligente.El t6cnicode Searsparalos productosque requierenreparaci6n productoCraftsman@ que ha adquiridoestAdisehadoy fabficado a domicilio,adem_sde una programaci6n convenientepara la parabfindar muchosahosde funcionamiento confiable.Perocome reparaci6n todos losproductosa vecespuederequefirde reparaciones. E sen Unavez adquiridoel Acuerdo,puedeprogramarel serviciocon ese mementocuandoel disponerde un Acuerdode protecci6npara tan s61orealizaruna Ilamadatelef6nica,Puede Ilamaren cualquier reparaciones le puedeahorrardineroy problemas.
  • Page 38 Esta m;Jquinafue construidapara ser operadade acuerdocon las reglas La presenciade este sfmbolo indicaque se trata de de seguridad contenidasen este manual.AI igual quecon cualquiertipo instruccionesimportantesde seguridadquese deben de equipo motorizado,un descuidoo error por partedel operadorpuede respetarparaevitar poneren peligro su seguridad producirlesionesgraves.Esta maquinaes capazde amputarmanos y pies personaly/o materialy lade otras personas.Leay siga y de arrojar objetoscon gran fuerza.
  • Page 39 OPERACION MANTENJMJENTO Y ALMACENAMmENTO No pongalas manoso los piescerca de las piezas rotatoriaso en las Nuncamanipulelosdispositivosde seguridadde manera imprudente. camarasde alimentacionni en laabertura de descarga.El contactocon Controleperiodicamente que funcionende formaadecuada. el motorrotatoriopuedepro@@ la amputacionde de@s, manoso pies. Controlefrecuentementequetodos lospernosy tornillosesten bien Antesde encenderla maquinacompruebeque elcanal de lacortadora, ajustadosparacomprobarque la maquinase encuentraen condiciones latoma de alimentaciony la camarade corte estanvacias y sin...
  • Page 40 I[_IPORTANTE: Esta unidadse envfasin gasolinani aceiteen el mo_ tor, Antesde operar la mAquinacargueel motorcongasolinay aceite comose indicaen el manualseparadodel mismo, Manija superior NOTA:Las referencias a los ladosderechoe izqubrdo de la aspira- mariposa dora para patiosse hacenobservandola m_quinadesdela posici6n de operaci6n, APERTURA DE LA CAJA DE CART6N GuJade Ia...
  • Page 41 MONTAJE DE LA MANIJA Saquelos brochesde horquilla de lossoportesde la maniia,y saquelostornillosdel carroy las tuercasde ma@osade la maniia inferior. Sit@ los aguierosinferioresde la maniiainferiorsobre los pernosde los soportesde la maniia,y asegOrelos con brochesde horquilla.Vea la figura2. Insertelostornillosdel carrodesdeel lado de afueraa traves del aguierosuperiorde la maniiainferiory asegOrelos c on tuercasde mariposa.Vea la figura2.
  • Page 42 MONTAJE DE LA BOLSA Sostengala maniiade la bolsacon una manoy deslice la varilla de seguridaddel soportede montaiehaciael motorcon la otra mano,Useel extremodel soporte de montaiecomo palanca cuandodeslicela varillade seguridad, Deslbe la bolsapor encimadel borde de la aberturade descarga y sueltela varillade seguridadparaaiustar la bolsaen su lugar, Vea la figura5, Unael brochede la bolsaa presi6ncon la partesuperiorde la maniiainferior,...
  • Page 43 INSTALAR EL CANAL DE SOPLADO NOTA:hayque retirarla bolsaantes de instalarel canalde soplado, Tomeel canalde sopladocon una manoy deslice la varillade seguridaddel soportede montajehaciael motorcon la otra mano,Use el extremodel soportede montaiecomo palanca cuandodeslice la varillade seguridad, V ea la figura 7, Desliceel canalde sopladopor encimadel bordede la abertura de descarga,y suelte la varillade seguridadparaaiustarel canal en su lugar,...
  • Page 44 5/8" a 4 1/8",Vea la figura9, Losdesechos que seacumulan en lospatioscomoporeiemplohs hoias o lasaguiasde lospinosse pueden aspirarconel pbo parapicarlos, Cumpie con tos est_ndares de seguddad de ANSi Lasaspiradoras parapatiosde Craftsman cumpbncon losestbadares de seguridad del instituto estadounidense d e est_.ndares nacionales (ANSt),...
  • Page 45 CONTROL DEL ESTRANGULADOR Vuelvaa colocar la varillade Ilenadode aceitey aiOstela. Mantengael n[velde ace[teen la marca FULL.S[poneel motor Esta palancacontrolala velocidaddel motory la funci6n de detenci6n. en marchaconmuy pocoaceite le puede causardahospermam Mediantetres posiciones[ndependientes de la palanca,de [zquierda a entes. derecha a operaci6nse realizade la siguienteforma: Tengaextremocu[dadocuandomanipulegasol[na.La gasol[naes altamente[nflamabley sus vaporespuedencausar explosiones.
  • Page 46: Para Encender

    Cuandomuevala palancadel controldel reguladortengacuidado con lassuperficiescalientesy los bordesafiladosde la protecci6ndel silenciador, ..Controldelestrangulador ---_---- 6ontrol de obturaci6n PARA ENCENDER EL MOTOR Conecteel cabb de la bqia y la mangade gomaa la misma, Elbot6n delinterruptor debolsa / canal d ebequedar p resionado totalmente p orla punta de laabtadelantera s ituada en lamanija dela bolsa o enel canal d esoplado, yaqueencasocontrario e l motor no arrancarb,,...
  • Page 47 DESCARGA DE LA BOLSA Desenganche las tiras de la bolsade la maniiainferior. Suelteel brochede la bolsaa presi6nde la partesuperiorde la manijainferior.Veala figura12. Tomela manijade la bolsacon una manoy tire de la varillade seguridaddel soportede montajehaciael motorcon la otra mano para soltarla. Elevela bolsafuerade la parte posteriorde la unidad.
  • Page 48: Mantenimiento

    uridaddurantela operaci6no mientrasaiustao reparaesteequipo, RECOMENDACIONES GENERALES Respetesiemprelas reglasde seguridadcuandorealicetareas de mantenimiento, La garanfiade esta aspiradoraparapatios no cubreelementos 1. Espacio d e 0,020pulg (0,51ram) que han estadosuietosal real usoo negligeneia del operador, 2. Electrodo Para reeibirel reemboBototal de la garanfia,el operadordeber_ 3.
  • Page 49 Compruebe El AceJte Del Motor Detengael motory esperevarios minutosantesde verificarel La temperatura del silendadory las Areascercanaspuedesuperar nivelde aceite.Conel motor ubbado en suelo pareio,el aceite los 1500F (650F). Eviteesaszonas. debe estaren la marca FULL(lleno) de la varilladel nivelde aceite. Servicio AI Silenciador Saquela varilladel nivelde aceite y limpielimpiocon la tela.
  • Page 50 't ....propiedad, EXTRACCI6N DE LA PANTALLA DE DES- GRANADO Si la zonade descargase tapa, saquela pantallade desgranadoy limpiela zonacomo se indicaa continuaci6n, Detengael motor,Compruebeque el vac[ode la cortadora/tritu_ radorase hayadetenidopot completo, Antesde destaparel canalde descarga,deecooecte el cable de la bujia y p6ngalode manera que haga masa contra el poete de retenci6n.
  • Page 51 AFILADO O REEMPLAZO DE LAS HOJAS LA CORTADORA NOTA:cuandoinclinela unidad,vacie el dep6sitode combus%b y aceite,y mantengael ladede la buiia haciaarriba. Deseonecte el cable de la bujia y p6ngalo de manera que haga masa contra el poste de retenci6n. Retireel montaiede la bolsao el canalde soplado. Aiustelos tres tornillosde cabezahexagonal q ue sostbnenel canalde la cortadoraa la caia superior.Veala figura18.
  • Page 52 7, Incline laun[dad con cu[dado yap6yela hac[a arriba p ara obtener acceso por l aparte inferior almaterial demontaje del p ico yal motor, Retire lostres torn[llos con reborde que aseguran elp[co depl_stico negro a laca]a i nferior, Consulte lafigura 2 1, 8, Incline laparte s uperior del p ico deplgstico negro h ac[a e lmotor Pico de para ret[rarlo,...
  • Page 53 LmSTA DE MANTENmMIENTO Antesde realizarcualquiertipodel mantenimiento/servicio, suelte Siga la listade mantenimiento dada abajo,Estacarta describepautas todoslos mandosy pare el motor,Esperehastaque todas laspartes de servicios61o, U sela columnade Troncode Serviciopara guardar de movimientohayanvenidoa unaparadacompleta,Desconecteel la pista de tareasde mantenimiento completadas, L ocalizarel mAs alambrede buiia y bAselocontrael motor paraprevenirel comienzo cercanoChamuscael Centrode Servicioo programarel servicio,sire= involuntario, S iempreIlevepuestoscristales inastillablesdurantela...
  • Page 54 Nuncaalmaceneel \,'adode yardaconel combustibleen el tanque dentroo en Areasma)ventiIadasdondelos vaporesde combustible puedenaIcanzaruna )lamaabierta, )achispa,o e) piIotocomo en un homo, caIentador d e agua,secadorde ropa,o apIicaci6nde gas. PREPARAC(ON DEL MOTOR LA PREPARAC(ON DEL VAC(O DE YARDA Ya que los motoresaImacenaronmAsde 30 dias: AImacenando el vado de yardaen un cobertizode aImacenaie no ventiIadoo metAlico, e l cuidadodeber(aser tornadoa inoxidable Para impedira la gomaformarseen el sistemade combustible...
  • Page 55 srio, SiempreIlevepuestoscristabs inastillablesdurantela operaci6no realizandocualquieraiusteo reparaciones, Esta secci6n se dirige a cuestiones de servbio menores. Localizar el m_s eercano Chamusca el Centre de Se_vbio o programarel servicio, simplemente penerseen contacts Chamusea en 1-800-a-MY-HOME®. Mill El motorno arranca La palancadel reguladorno est_en la Muevala palancadel reguladora la posici6nSTART posbi6n de arranquecorrecta (inbio)/RUN (dirigido).
  • Page 56 luier fipodel mantenimiento/servicio, sueltetodos los mandosy pare el motor,Esperehastaque todas las partesde Ilevepuestoscristalesinasfillablesdurantela operaci6no realizandocualquieraiuste o reparaciones, Esta secci6n se dirige a cuestiones de servicio menores. Localizar el m_s cercano Chamusca el Centro de Servicio o programar el servicio, simplemente ponerse en contacto Chamuseaen 1-800-4-MYoHOME®. El motorrecalienta Lleneel cartercon la adecuadaselecci6nde aceite, El nivelde aceitedel motores bale...
  • Page 57 (Esta p_gina se aplica s61oen EE,UU, y Canada), Sears, Roebuck and Co°, U,S°A° (Sears}, emConsejo de F{ecursos Ambientales de California (OAF{B} y la Agencia de Protecci6n Ambiental de los Estados Unidos (ERA} Dectaraci6n de garantia demsistema de controm de emisiones (derechos y obmigaciones de la garantia de defectos...
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