Craftsman 247.775890 Owner`s manual

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Owner's Manual
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10 Horse Power
CHIPPER-SHREDDER
Model No.
247.775890
CAUTION: Before using this product,
read this manual and follow all Safety
Rules and Operating Instructions.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179, U.S.A.
Printed in U.S.A.
770-081gA
Content
Page
Content
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Warranty information
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Service & Adjustment
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Safe Operation Practices
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Off-Season Storage
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Assembly
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Trouble-Shooting
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Operation
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Parts List
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Maintenance
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One-Year Warranty on Craftsman Chipper-Shredder
For one year from the date of purchase, when this Craftsman chipper-shredder is maintained, lubricated, and
tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions in the operator's manual, Sears will repair, free
of charge, any defect in material or workmanship.
This warranty excludes the blades, chipper blades, flails, air cleaners, spark plugs, catcher bags and tires which
are expendable parts and become worn during normal use.
If this chipper-shredder is used for commercial or rental purposes, this warranty applies for only 30 days from the
date of purchase.
WARRANTY SERVICE iS AVAILABLE BY CONTACTING THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER IN THE
UNITED STATES. THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY WHILE THIS PRODUCT IS IN USE IN THE UNITED
STATES.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to,state.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., D/817WA, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
These accessories were
availablewhenthechippershredderwas purchesed.They
are also availableat most
Sears retailoutlets,and service
centers.MostSeam storescan Spark
order repairpartsfor you when Plug
you providethe modelnumber
of yourchipper-shredder.
PRODUCT
Horsepower:.
Air
Filter
Engine Gas
Oil
Can
Fuel Tank Capacity:.
4 Quart (UNLEADED)
Tire Pressure
Model Number .......... 24,,.7',
,.,.'_',.58,9,0,........................
Serial Number ...........................................................
Date of Pumhasa ......................................................
10H.R
40 oz. SAE 30 ENGINE OIL
Spark PlugGap
Tow HitchKit
SPECIFICATION
CrankcaseCapacity:
Spark PlugType
Stabilizer
Record both sedal number and date of purchase and
keep in a safe place for future reference.
Champion RC14YC
.030"
24 PSI
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Thissymbolpointsoutimportantsafetyinstructionswhich,ifnotfollowed,
couldendanger
thepersonalsafetyand/or propertyof yourself and others. Read and follow all instructionsin this manual before
attempting to operate your chippershredder. Failure to complywith these instructionsmay resultin personal injury.When you see this symbol--heed its warning.
Yourchipper-shredder was built to be operated according to the rules for safe operation in
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this manual. As with any type of power equipment, carelessnessor error on the part of the operator can result in serious injury.If you violate any of these rules, you may cause serious
injury to yourself or others.
to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
WARNING: The Engine Exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to the State of Califomia
GENERALOPERATION
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Read this owner's guide carefully in itsentirety before
attempting to assemble this machine. Read,
understand, and follow all instructions on the machine
and in the manual(s) before operation. Be completely
familiar with the controls and the proper use of the
machine before operating it. Keep this manual in a safe
place for future and regular reference and for ordering
replacement pads.
Your chipper-shredder is a powerful tool, not a
plaything. Therefore, exercise extreme caution at air
times. Your unit has been designed to perform two
jobs; to chip and shred vegetation found in a normal
yard. Do not use it for any other purpose.
Never allow children under age 16 to operate the unit.
Children 16 years and older should only operate the
unit under close parental supervision. Only responsible
individuals who are familiar with these rules of safe
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operation should be allowed to use your unit,
Keep the area of operation clear of all persons,
particularly small children and pets. Stop the engine
when they are in the vicinity of the unit. Keep work area
clean and clear of branches or obstacles which could
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cause you to stumble or fall.
When feeding matedal into this equipment, be
extremely careful that pieces of metal, rocks, bottles,
cans or other foreign objects are not included.
Personal injury or damage to the machine could result.
Always wear safety glasses or s_oty goggles, dudng
operation and while performing =anadjustment or
repair, to protect eyes from foreign objects that may be
thrown from the machine.
Wear sturdy, rough-soled work shoes and close fitting
slacks and shirt. Shirt and slacks that cover the arms
and legs and steel-toed shoes are recommended. Do
not wear loose fitting clothes or jewelry and secure hair
so it is above shoulder length. They can be caught in
moving parts. Never operate a unit in bars feet,
sandals or sneakers. Wear gloves when feeding
material in the ohippel_chute or shredder hopper.
Never place your hands, feet, or any part of your body
into the shredder hopper, chipper chute, discharge
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opening, or near any moving part while the engine is
running. Keep clear of the discharge opening at all
times. If it becomes necessary to push material intothe
chipper chute or shredder hopper, use a small
diameter stick, NOT YOUR HANDS.
If it is necessary for any reason to unclog the feed
intake or discharge openings or to inspect or repair any
part of the machine where a moving part can come in
contact with your body or clothing, stop the machine,
allow itto cool, disconnect the spark plug wire from the
spark plug and move it away from the spark plug
before attempting to unclog, inspect or repair.
Do not operate unit while under the influence of alcohol
or drugs.
The machine should only be operated on a level
surface. Never operate your unit on a slippery, wet,
muddy or icy surface. Keep your work area clean and
clear of branches or obstacles which could cause you
to stumble and fall. Do not overreach. Maintaining
preper footing and balance is essential to preventing
accidents.
Do not allow.an accumu!a_on of prpc_,sed matedal to
build up in the discharge ares. as this will prevent
proper discharge and can result in kick-beck from the
chipper chute.
Keep your face and body pack from chipper chute to
avoid accidental bounce pack of any mstadel.
Do not transport machine while engine is running.
If the cutting mechanism strikee a foreign object or if
your machine should start making an unusual noise or
vibration, immediately stop the engine and allow the
machine to come to a complete stop. Disconnect the
spark plug wire and move it away from the spark plug.
Take the following steps.
a. Inspact for damage.
b. Repair or replace any damaged parts.
c. Check for any loose parts and tighten to assure
continued safe operation.
Never attempt to attach or remove catcher bag when
engine is running. Shut the engine off and wait for the
impeller to come to a complete stop. The impeller
continues to rotate for a few seconds after the engine is
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shutoff.Never
placeanypartofthebodyinthe
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Do not allow leaves or other debris to build-up on
engine's muffler. The debds could ignite and cause a
fire.
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Do not attempt to shred or chip material larger than
° specified in this manual. Personal injury or damage to
the machine could result.
Do not operate engine if air cleaner or cover over
carburetor air-intake is removed, except for
adjustment. Removal of such parts could create a tim
hazard.
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the engine is running. Allow engine to cool at
least two minutes before refueling.
b. Replace gasoline cap securely and wipe off anl
spilled gasoline before starting the engine as it
may cause a fire or explosion.
c. Extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes and other
soumes of ignition.
d. Never refuel unit indoors because flammable
vapors will accumulate in the area.
e. Never store the machine or fu_l cS"ntalnerinside
where there is an open flame or spark such as a_ -....
gas hot water heater, space heater, clothes dryer
or furnace.
impeller area until you are sure the impeller has
stopped rotating.
Muffler and engine become hot and can cause a bum.
Do not touch.
Only use acoessodes approved for this machine by the
manufacturer. Read, understand, and follow all
instructions provided with the approved accessory.
If situations occur which are not covered by this
manual, use care and good judgment. Contact your
dealer for assistance.
Keep discharge chute deflector, chipper chute flap,
and all other guards and safety devices in place and
operating properly.
Only operate unit in good daylight. Do not operate unit
at night or in dark areas where your vision may be
impaired.
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CHILDREN
Tragic accidents can occur if the operator is not alert to the
presence of small children. Children are often attracted to
the chipper-shredder and the chipping and shredding
activity. Never assume that children will remain where you
last saw them.
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Keep children out of the work area and under the
watchful eye of a responsible adult other than the
operator.
Be alert and tum the unit off if a child enters the aree.
Never allow children under the age of 16 to operate the
chipper-shredder.
SERVICE
Use extreme cam in handling gasoline and other fuels.
They are extremely flammable and the vapors are
explosive.
a. Store fuel and oil in approved containers, away
from heat and open flame, and out of the reach of
children. Check and add fuel before starting the
engine. Never remove gas cap or add fuel while
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INSTRUCTIONS
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Never run your machine in an enclosed area as the
exhaust from the engine contains carbon monoxide,
which is an odorless, tasteless and deadly poisonous
gas.
To reduce fire hazard, keep engine and muffler free of
leaves, grass, and other debds build-up. Clean up fuel
and oil spillage. Allow unit to cool at least 5 minutes
before storing.
Before cleaning, repaidng, or inspecting, make certain
the impeller and all moving parts have stopped.
Disconnect the spark plug wire and keep wire away
from spark plug to prevent accidental starting. Do not
use flammable solutions to clean air filter.
Check the blade and engine mounting screws at
frequent intervals for proper tightness. Also visually
inspect blades for wear and/or damage (e.g., bent,
cracked). Replace with blades which meet original
equipment specifications.
Keep all nuts, bolts, and screws tight to be sure the
equipment is in safe working condition.
Never tamper with safety devices. Check their proper
operation regulady.
After striking a foreign object, immediately stop the
engine, disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark
plug, and thoroughly inspect the unit for any damage.
Repair damage before starting and operating unit.
Do not alter or tamper with the engine's governor
setting. The governor controls the maximum safe
operating speed of the engine.. Ov_r-spmeding the
engine is dangerous and will cause damage to the
engine and to other moving parts of the machine.
YOUR RESPONSIBILITY
Rastdct the use of this power machine to
persons who road, understand and follow the
warnings and instructions In this manual and on
the machine.
FOR FUTURE
REFERENCE
This unit is equipped with an internal combustion engine and should not be used on or near any unimproved forestcovered, brush.covered or grass-covered land unless the engine's exhaust system is equipped with a spark arreeter
meeting applicable local or state laws (if any). If a spark arrester is used, it should be maintained in effective working
order by the operator.
In the State of California the above is required by law (Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code). Other
states may have similar laws. Federal laws apply on federal lands. A spark arrester for the muffler is evallable through
your nearest Sears Authorized Service Center (See the REPAIR PARTS section of this manual.)
IMPORTANT: This unit is shipped without gasoline
or oil in the engine. After assembly, see
OPERATION section of this manual for proper fuel
and engine oil fill-up.
I Rear
NOTE: To determine right and left hand sides of your
chipper-shredder, stand behind the-onit with the
engine farthest away from you. See Figure I inset. _
Your chipper-shredder has been completely
assembled at the factory, except for the hopper
assembly, chipper chute, discharge chute and the
catcher bag. These parts are shipped loose in the
carton. A pair of safety glasses and two bottles of oil
are also included in the carton.
Remove From Carton
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2 Bottles
of OII
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Hopper"
Chipper
Chute
Discharge Chute
Cut the comers of the carton. Remove all
packing inserts. Remove all loose parts
including owner's manual. See Figure 1,
Roll chipper-shredder out of the carton.
Make certain all parts and literature have been
removed before the carton is discarded.
Loose Parts
(Refer to Figure 1.)
a. Hopper Assembly
b. Discharge Chute
c. Chipper Chute
d. Leaf Bag, chip bag
e. Bottle of Oil (2)
f. Safety Glasses (not shown in Figure 1)
g. Owner's Manual (not shown in Figure 1)
Tools Required
* The hopperis packed
in _e top Insert In
your chipper-shredder
carton.
:hlp Bag
Figure I
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2.
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4.
1/2" or adjustable wrenches
7/16" or,adjustable wrencbes
9/16 _ or adjustable _ncl_es
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Funnel
Disconnecting
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Spark Plug Wire
Spark Plug
Disconnect the spark plug wire and move it
away from the spark plug before assembling the
chippar-shredder. See Figure 2.
Attaching Discharge
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Figure 2
Chute
Remove the wing knobs from each side of the
discharge opening on the chipper-shredder.
Using two 7/16" wrenches, remove hex lock nut,
two spacers, and the he]( bolt from top of the
housing assembly. For easy assembly, do not
remove the second spacer from the hex bolt.
Place the discharge chute in position on the
discharge opening as shown in step I in Figure
3. Insert hex bolt and spacer through hinge on
discharge chute and housing (spacer fits inside
of hinge). See Figure 3 inset A.
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Holding the hopper, push hopper pivot door
down inside the hopper. See Figure 4.
Slide the hopper assembly towards the chippershredder housing so that the upper guide on the
hopper assembly slides under the stop washer
on each side of the inlet guide. See Figure 4.
Align the two holes (one on each side) of the
lower hopper with the two holes (one on each
side) of the inlet guide. See. Figure 4 inset.
Insert the hex bolt (that you eadier removed)
from the left through the hole on the hopper _n_ °
the inlet guide. Insert the hex nut onto the bolt
from the other side. See Figure 4 inset.
Tighten the bolt tillthe lock nut is engaged. Make
sure to remove sideplay from the bolt, but the
hopper should be able to pivot.
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Hex Nut
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Hinge
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Discharge
Chute
Wing
Knob
Figure 3
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Place second spacer over hex bolt inside the
other part of the hinge as shown in the inset,
Secure tightly with hex lock nut.
Secure bothsides of discharge chute to housing
using wing knobsthat you earlier removed. This is
shown in step 2 in Figure 3. Tighten wing knobs.
Attaching
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Hopper Assembly
Remove the 8-3/8" long hex bolt and the hex nut
from the bottom of the inlet guide opening. See
Figure 4 inset.
Place the hopper assembly on the ground and
hold it in the position shown in Figure 4.
Inlet Gu de Opening
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Figure 5
To raise the hopper, hold the hopper by the
hand-hold and lift it up till it clicks into position.
See Figure 5.
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To Iowerthe hopper, hold the hopper by the
hand-hold and pull the release bar. The hopper
should drop down. See Figure 5.
The flap control rod is already attached to the hopper
at the top. The other end of the rod has to be attached
to the stop washer on the inlet guide. See Figure 6.
He]('
Nut*
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Bolt
Stop .
Washer*
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Hopper
Attach flap
control rod
hem
Fist
Rod
Stop
Washer
Inlet Guide
Figure 4
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mmernblywhile attaching the flap control rod.
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Raise the hopper till it clicks into position.
Unscrew the shoulder bolt from the stop washer
on the inlet guide. See Figure 6.
Align the loose end of the flap control rod with
the stop washer on the inlet guide.
Slide the shoulder bolt through the opening in
the flap control rod. Secure tightly. See Figure 6.
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WARNING: This flap control rod is a safety
device to hold the flap in place inside the
hopper while shredding branches. Do not
operate the chipper-shredder without
properly attaching this flap control rodto the
unit
Your unit is shipped with one end of the brace
already secured to the lower frame. Loosen the
bolts securing the brace to the frame.
Cupped
Chipper
Washer--[
Weld Stud
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f'-'-*
Weld Stud
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Catcher Bag
Your chipper-shredder is equipped with two catcher
bags of different sizes (leaf bag and chip bag) to catch
the shredded material,Select the bag that is most
appropriate for the task ahead.
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To attach the bag, place the opening of the bag
over the chute deflector and the chute flange.
Make sure it completely covers the chute
deflector.
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Secure with the three pairs of cupped washers
and hex nuts that you eadier removed. Do not
tighten the nuts at this time. Make sure to place
the cupped side of the washer against the
chipper chute.
Align the holes towards the front opening of the
chute with the holes on the brace. See Figure 7.
Insert one each of the hex bolts, lock nuts, and
flat washers (that you eadier removed) through
each hole in the chute and the brace. See
Figure 7 for the correct order. Tighten bolts. - --"_
Tighten bolts securing the brace to the frame.
Tighten the three nuts on the weld studs.
Attaching
Attaching Chipper Chute
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Depress the plunger on the draw-string, and pull
on the draw-string until the bag is tight around
the chute opening. Release plunger to lock it into
position. See Figure 8.
NOTE: For easier handling, it is recommended that
a.
_ Chute
the chip bag (which is smaller of the two)
should be used for catching chipped
branches.
b. the leaf bag (larger) should be used for
catching shredded leaves.
Brace
Weld
Figure 7
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Remove the three cupped washers and hex
nuts from the weld studs beside the opening on
the left side of the housing. See Figure 7.
Remove the two sets of hex bolt, lock nut, and
fiat washer from the two holes on the upper end
of the brace. See Figure 7.
Place the chipper chute over the weld studs so
the slot on the chute is towards the bottom. Align
the three holes at the bottom of the chute with
the three weld studs.
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Figure 8
Readthisowner'smanualandsafetyrulesbeforeoperating
yourchipper-shredder.
CompareFigure9 with
yourchipper-shredder
tofamiliarizeyourselfwiththelocationofvariouscontrolsand adjustments. Save this
manual for future reference.
The operation of any chipper-shredder can result in foreign objects being thrown into the
eyes, which can result in severe eye damage. Always wear safety glasses provided with
the chipper-shredder before chipping or shredding, or while performing-any adjustments
or repairs.
Hopper
Assembly,.,_
.Tamper
Gasoline
Tank
Catcher
Chipper
Chute
Fuel Shut-Off Valve
Lock Lever
Stop Switch
Starter
Handle
Lever
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Operating
Controls
Used to release the hopper when raising or lowering.
Chipper Chute
Allows bulky vegetation like stalks or heavy branches
upto 3" diameter to be fed into the impeller for
chipping. The tamper helps to feed smaller material
into the chipper chute. .......
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Choke Lever
Used to enrich the fuel mixture in the carburetor
when starting a cold engine.
Catcher Bags
A large leaf bag and a smaller chip bag used to
collect the shredded material.
Starter Handle
Rear Wheel Lock Lever
Used to manually start the engine.
Used to lock the rear wheels from moving.
Hopper Assembly
Allows leaves and small branches upto 1/2" diameter
to be fed into the impeller for shredding. Lower the
hopper to collect raked material for shredding.
Fuel Shut-off Valve
Stop Switch
Used to stop the engine; also has to be turned on
before pulling the starter handle to start the engine,
Stopping
(Refer to Figure g.)
Release Bar
Used to tum on or off the flow of gasoline to the
engine. Tum the valve ON to start the engine.
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Engine
Tum the stop switch to OFF, Disconnect the
spark plug wire and move it away from the spark
plug to prevent accidental starting.
Meets ANSI Safety Standards
Sears chipper-shredders conform to safety standard B 71,6 -1990 ofthe American National Standards Institute(ANSI).
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Add oil, if necessary, to bring the oil level to
FULL mark on the dipstick.
Replace dipstick and tighten.
Lowering Hopper Assembly
In order to rake leaves into the hopper, you will need
to lower the hopper.
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To lower the hopper assembly, use one hand to
grasp the hand-hold at the top of the hopper
assembly and lift slightly. See Figure 5.
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Pul! up on the release bar, and lower the hopper
assembly to the drop-down position. Release
the bar. See Figure 5.
NOTE: Do not overfill. Oil bottles packed with unit
contain a total of approximately 40 oz. of oil.
Gasoline
WARNING: Experience indicates that alcohol
blended fuels (called gasohol or using ethanol or
methanol) can attract moisture which leads to
separation and formation of acids during storage.Acidic gas can damage the fuel system of an engine
while in storage. To avoid engine problems, the fuel
system should be emptied before storage for 30
days or longer. Drain the gas tank, start the engine
and let it run until the fuel lines and carburetor are
Using Rear Wheel Lock Lever
Keep the rear wheels locked while operating the unit.
Unlock the rear wheels for transporting the unit.
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Pull the lever out and down and insert in bottom
slot to lock the rear wheels.
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Pull the lever out and upwards and insert in top
slot to unlock the wheels. See Figure 10.
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empty. Use fresh fuel next season. See STORAGE
instructions for additional information. Never use
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engine or carburetor cleaner products in the fuel tank
or permanent damage may occur.
Rear Wheel
Fill gasoline tank as follows.
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Remove fuel cap.
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Make sure the container (from which you will
pour the gasoline) is clean and free from rust or
foreign particles. Never use gasoline that may
be stale from long periods of storage in the
container.
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Fill fuel tank with clean, fresh, lead-free
automotive gasoline. DO NOT use Ethyl or high
octane gasoline. See Figure 1 t. Re'place fuel
cap.
Rear Wheel
Lock Lever
Figure 10
Gas And Oil Fill-Up
Oil (2 bottles shipped with unit)
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Only use high quality detergent oil rated with
API service classification SF, SG or SH. Select
the oil's viscosity grade according to your
expected operating temperature. Follow the
chart below.
Colder _1--
5W30
32°F
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end fill
Warmer
SAE 30
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NOTE: Although multi-viocosity oils (5W30, 10W30,
etc.) improve starting in cold weather, these
multiviscosity oils will result in increased oil
and fill ©
consumption when used above 40°F. Check the oil
level more froquentiy to avoid possible engine
damage from running low on oil.
Fill engine with oil as follows.
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Remove oil fill dipstick. See Figure 11.
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W'rthchipper-shredderon level ground,use a funnel
to fillenginewith oilto FULL mark on dip_ck.
Capacityisapproximately40 ounces. Be carefulnot
toover u,
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Figure 11
dipsUck
ondUghton.
Start and run engine for 30 seconds. Shut
engine off. Wait 30 seconds and check oil level.
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WARNING:
Do not fill closer than 1/2
before proceeding with starting procedure.
Move stop switch to ON position. See Figure 12.
Move choke control to CHOKE position. See
Figure 12. If restarting a warm engine after a
short shutdown, move choke lever to RUN
position.
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Grasp starter handle and pull rope out slowly
until engine reaches start of compression cycle
(rope will pull slightlyharder_atthis point). Let the
rope rewind slowly. See Figure 12.
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Pull rope with a rapid full arm stroke. Let rope --'"
return to starter slowly.
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When engine starts, let the engine warm up for
several seconds to several minutes depending
on the temperature. Then move choke lever
towards RUN position until engine runs
smoothly.
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Moving the choke gradually towards RUN allows
the engine to accept small changes in speed
and load until the choke is fully open at RUN
position.
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Move choke lever to RUN position as engine
warms up.
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If engine fails to start after three pulls, move
choke lever to RUN position and pull starter rope
again.
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If engine fires, but does not continue to run,
move choke lever to Choke position and pull
rope again.
NOTE: A noise will be heard when finding the start of
the compression cycle. This noise is caused by the
flails and fingers which are part of the shredding
mechanism falling intoplace, and should be
expected. In addition, the flails and fingers willbe
noisy after the engine is started, until the impeller
reaches fullspeed.
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inch from the top of the fuel tank to prevent
spills and to allow for fuel expansion. If
gasoline is accidently spilled, move chippershredder away from area of spill. Avoid
creating any source of ignition until gasoline
vapors have disappeared.
Check the fuel level periodically to avoid running
out of gasoline while operating the chippershredder.
If the unit runs out of gas as it is shredding or
chipping, it may be necessary to unclog the unit
before it can be restarted. Refer to Removing
the Flail Screen in SERVICE AND
ADJUSTMENT section.
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Starting Engine
WARNING:
Be sure no one other than
the operator is standing near the chippershredder while starting or operating. Do not
operate this chipper-shredder unless the
chute deflector has been propedy installed
and is secured with the hand knobs.
This engine conforms to the low emissions standard
and is designed for maximum performance and life if
operated with the choke fully open in RUN position.
1. Attach spark
plug wire
2. Turn fuel valve
4. Move choke
Stopping Engine
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5. Pull rope
Move stop switch to OFF-_osit'_n.
Turn fuel shut-off valve to OFF position.
Disconnect spark plug wire and move away from
spark plug to prevent accidental starting.
CHOKE
position
to stop
engine.
Sedous
WARNING:
Do not
movethe
choke
control
to
engine damage may occur.
Using Your Chipper-Shredder
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NOTE: To prevent the unit from sliding, place your
foot firmlyagainst the tire.
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Attach spark plug wire and robber boot to spark
plug. See Figure 12.
Always tum fuel shut.off valve to ON position
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chip
any material
other
than vegetation
ARNING:
Do not
attempt
to shred or
found in a normal yard (i.e., branches,
leaves, twigs, etc.).
The chipper-shredder is designed for two
different methods of operation.
a. Leaves and small branches up to 1/2"
diameter (maximum) can be fed into the
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changes (becomes stringy, etc.) or if the rate at which
the material isdischarged slows down considerably, it
is likely that the shredding blade and/or chipper
blades are dull and need to be sharpened or
replaced. Refer to Service and Adjustments section
on page 15 of this manual.
hopper assembly when it is in the raised or
lowered position. See Figure 13.
Bulky material, such as stalks or heavy
branches, up to 3" in diameter should be
fed into the chipper chute. See Figure 13.
WARNING: Do not put material larger
than is specified into the hopper, and/or into
the chipper chute. Personal injury or
damage to the machine could result.
IMPORTANT: There is a flail screen located inside
the housing in the discharge area. If the flail screen
becomes clogged, remove and clean a_ instructed in
the Service and Adjustments section.
If it becomes necessary to push material intothe
chipper-shradder, use the tamper-- not your
hands.
For collecting raked leaves into the hopper, first
remember to put the hopper flaps behind the
retaining bracket inside the upper hopper.
WARNING:
A
Never remove chute deflector
till the unit has completely stopped. Never
shut off the engine until all chipping is
completed.
For best performance, it is important to keep the
shredding blade and the chipper blades sharp. If the
composition of the material being discharged
WARNING: The chipper-shredder
discharges materialswith considerable
velocity. Keep away from the area aroundthe
dischargechute. Make sure that the rubber
flaps inside the hopper are not tucked under
the bracket while operating the shredder.
Always atop the engine and disconnectthe
spark plug wire when removing or attaching
the bag, changing containers, or removingthe
shredded material. Wear safety glasses and
gloveswhenever usingthe chipper-shredder.
Shred matedal upto 1/2 inch In diameter
Catch shredded materiel
In catcher beg*
Chip matedel upto
3 Inches In diameter
Lower the hopper to collect
raked materiel for shredding
• Use leaf beg for _ltrodded klws
and chip beg forchipped branches
Figure 13
11
General Recommendations
Cleaning
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Always observe safety rules when performing
any maintenance,
The warranty on this chipper shredder does not
cover items that have been subjected to operator
abuse or negligence. To receive fullvalue from
the warranty, operator must maintain the chippershredder as instructed in this manual,
Some adjustments will need to be made
periodically to maintain your unit propedy.
All adjustments in the Service and Adjustments
section of this manual should be checked at least
once each season.
•
Clean the chipper-shredder by running water
from a hose through the hopper assembly and
chipper chute with the engine running. Allow the
chipper-shredder to dry thoroughly.
Wash the bag periodically with water. Allow to dry
thoroughly in the shade. Do not use heat.
Engine Maintenance
Engine Oil
•
Only use high quality detergent oil rated with API
service classification SF, SG or SH. Select the
oil's viscosity grade according to your expected
operating temperature. Refer to page 9 of this
manual for viscosity chart.
•
The four-cycle engine of your chipper-shredder
will normally consume some oil. Therefore, check
engine oil level regularly approximately every five
hours of operation and before each usage.
•
Stop engine and wait several minutes before
checking oil level. With engine on level ground,
Follow the maintenance schedule given below.
Periodically check all fasteners and make sure
these are tight.
WARNING: Always stop the engine and
disconnect the spark plug wire before
performing any maintenance or adjustments.
Never remove discharge chute tillthe
engine has completely stopped.
Customer Responsibilities
.A,HTE...CE
SCHEDULE
._
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Oil pivot points
mO
Clean shredder
O.
_
DATES
4
_
4
Check engine oil
Change engine oil
uJ
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oO SE.V,C0
Service air cleaner
_'
Clean engine
4
m
IM
4
Check spark plug
_
Clean muffler
Checkand serviceif necessary
12
4
_ "
theoilmustbetoFULLmarkondipstick.
Changeengineoilevery50hoursofoperation
undernormaloperating
conditions.
Changeoil
every25hourswhenoperating
nderheavy
loador inhightemperatures.
ToDrainOil
Drainoilwhileengineiswarm.Followinstructions
. givenbelow.
•
Removeoildrainplug.Catchoilin a suitable
•
•
•
•
Wash pre-cleaner, if so equipped, in liquid
detergent and water. Squeeze dry with a clean
cloth. Saturate in engine oil, then squeeze in
clean, absorbent cloth to remove all of the
excess oil. Replace the pre-cleaner if it is very
dirty or damaged.
To service cartridge, clean by tapping gently on
a flat surface. Do not use any oil, petroleum
solvents like kerosene, or pressurized air to
clean cartridge. Replace ifthe cartridge is very
dirty or damaged.
Reassemble first the retainer on pre-cleaner
and cartridge end then the cartridge assembly
inside the cover. Insert tabs on cover into slots
in base and tighten the two screws eadier
removed.
•
container.
When engine is drained of all oil, replace drain
plug securely.
Refill with fresh oil. Refer to GAS AND OIL
FILL-UP section on page 9.
Replace dipstick.
•
Air Cleaner
The air cleaner prevents damaging dirt, dust, etc.,
from entering the carburetor and being forced into
the engine and is importantto engine life and
performance. For location of air cleaner, see Figure
14 inset.
Clean Engine
•
•
To Service Air Cleaner:
Service air cleaner cartridge every 25 hours of
operation or every season, whichever comes earlier.
Service more often if you operate the chippershredder under extremely dusty conditions.
•
Remove two hex screws and cover holding the
air cleaner cartddge in place. Remove air
cleaner assembly from inside the cover and
disassemble. See Figure 14.
Air
Cleaner
Clean engine periodically. Remove dirt and
debris with a cloth or brush.
Frequently remove grass clippings, dirt and
debris from cooling fins, air intake screen and
levers and linkage. This will help ensure
adequate cooling and correct engine speed.
See Figure 15.
_
Clean here
Cover
,_
Pre-Cleaner
C_ean here
Figure 15
Cartridge
Yeady or every 25 hours, whichever occurs
first, remove the blower housing and clean the
areas shown in Figure 15 to avoid
overspeeding, overheating and engine
damage. Clean more often if necessary.
NOTE: Cleaning with a forceful spray of water is not
recommended as water could contaminate the fuel
system.
Cover
Screw
•
"ab
Base
Figure 14
13
Remove combustion deposits every 100 hours
of operation. Remove the cylinder head, scrape
and wire brush such deposits from cylinder
head, top of piston and around valves. Use a
soft brush to remove the deposits.
Reassemble gasket and cylinder head. Turn
screws down finger-tight. Torque cylinder head
screws in a staggered sequence to 165 in.-Ibs.
•
_lb
,_
WARNING:
and
nearby areas Temperature
may exceed of
150muffler
° F(65°C).
Avoid these areas.
Spark Plug
•
Clean the spark plug and reset the gap to .030"
at least once a season or every 50 hours of
operation. See Figure 16. Spark plug
replacement is recommended at the start of
each season. Refer to engine parts list for
correct spark plug type.
Inspect periodically, and replace if necessary. If
your engine is equipped with a spark arrester
screen assembly, remove every 50 hours for
cleaning and inspection. Replace if damaged•
disconnect
plug
wire,
and move it
WARNING: spark
Always
stop
engine,
away from spark plug before performing any
adjustments or repairs.
Lubrication
Lubricate the pivot points on the release bar, hopper
assembly, chute deflector and chipper chute once a
season using a light oil. See Figure 17.
Figure 16
NOTE: Do not sandblast spark plug. Spark plug
should be cleaned by scraping or wire brushing and
washing with a commercial solvent.
Muffler
WARNING: Do not operate the chippershredder without a muffler, or tamper with
the exhaust system. Damaged mufflers or
spark arresters could create s fire hazard.
14
Figure 17
by removing throe pairs of hex nut and cupped
washer.
Holdingthe chute to the frame, remove the hex
boltsthat secure the brace to the frame. Remove
the brace. You will need a 7/16" wrench for this.
Rotate the impellerassemblyby _and untilyou
locate one of the two chipperblades in the chip_er_
chute opening. Remove the blade, usinga 3/16"
allenwrench on the outside of the blade and 1/2"
wrench on the impellerassembly (insidethe
housing).See Figure 19.
Removing Flail Screen
if the discharge area becomes clogged, remove the
flail screen and clean area as follows.
•
Stop engine, make certain the chippershredder has come to a complete stop and
disconnect spark plug wire from the spark plug
before unclogging the chute.
•
Remove the two hand knobs on each side of
the discharge chute (also called the chute
deflector).
•
Lift the discharge chute up, and keep it out of
the way.
•
Remove two hex bolts which extend through
the housing. See Figure 18.
•
Pull the flail screen from inside the housing.
See Figure 18.
•
Clean the screen by scraping or washing with
water.
•
Reinstall the screen.
•
Put the discharge chute back to its original
position and tighten the hand knobs.
Slot
Blade
NOTE: Be certain to reassemble the flail screen with
the curved side down.
Chute Deflector
Figure 19
•
•
•
Flail Screen
Hex Nut,
Washer
•
blades are reassembled with the sharp edge
facing the direction shown in Figure 19 (sharp
edge is assembled toward the slotted opening at
the bottom).
Torque bolts and nuts to 250-300 inch-pounds.
Hand Knobs
Figure 18
Sharpening
•
Remove the other blade i_the _ame manner.
Replace or sharpen blades.
If sharpening, make certain to remove an equal
amount from each blade.
Reassemble in reverse order. Make certain
Or Replacing
Shredding Blade
The shredding blade may be removed for sharpening
or replacement as follows.
•
Disconnect spark plug wire and move it away
from spark plug.
•
Lower the hopper assembly. Block up the
housing. See Figure 20.
Blades
Chipper Blades
•
Disconnect spark plug wire and move it away
from spark plug.
•
Remove the flail screen as instructed.
•
Using a 1/2" wrench, remove the chipper chute
15
When reassembling the blade, tighten center
bolt to between 550-700 inch-pounds and the
two outer bolts to 250-300 inch-pounds, or
lacking torque wrench, tighten securely.
Weld Bolt
Allen
Screw
1. Insert screw driver through hole
"-,,.p
Pipe
2. Blade should be parallel to ground
Sc
D:d_e_
Blade
I
I-
Ground
Torque Wrench
Figure 21
Figure 20
•
Remove the six hex lock nuts and lock washers
•
from the housing weld bolts using a 112"wrench.
Separate the chipper-shredder into two halves.
Remove the back-up plate,
Adjusting
WARNING: If any adjustments are made to
the engine while the engine is running (e.g.
carburetor), keep clear of all moving parts.
Be careful of heated surfaces and muffler.
NOTE: When reassembling, make certain the
embossed tab faces inward towards the impeller, and
opening on the back-up plate is toward the bottom of
the unit.
•
•
•
•
Carburetor
Differences in fuel, temperature, altitude or load may
require minor adjustments to the carburetor. This
carburetor is equipped with an idle mixture valve with
a limiter and an idle speed adjustment screw.
•
Start engine and let it run for about 5 minutes.
•
Rotate carburetor throttle lever against the idle
speed screw and hold it. Turn idle speed screw
to obtain 1750 rpm. See Figure 22.
Remove the two hand knobs and cupped
washers which secure the chute deflector. Raise
the chute deflector,
Insert a 112"or 314"diameter pipe through the
flail screen into the impeller to keep it from
turning, or remove the flail screen and insert a
piece of wood (2 x 4) into the chute opening.
Remove the two outside screws on the blade,
using a 3116"allen wrench and a 1/2" wrench,
Remove the blade by removing the center bolt,
lock washer and flat washer.
Carburetor
Thro_
Idle Speed Screw
Lever
the
blade to avoid
the removing
weld bolts
WARNING:
Use contacting
caution when
on the housing.
When sharpening the blade, follow the odginal
angle of grind as a guide. It is extremely
important that each cutting edge receives an
equal amount of grinding to prevent an
unbalanced blade.
An unbalanced blade will cause excessive
@
vibration when rotating at high speeds and may
cause damage to the unit.The blade can be tested
for balance by balancing iton a round shaft
screwdriveror nail. Remove metal from the heavy
side untilitis balanced evenly. See Figure 21.
Figure 22
Rotate idle mixture valve full travel clockwise
and then counter-clockwise. Finally position idle
mixture valve in middle of treveL See Figure 22.
16
Checkidlespeedand
Replacing Fuel Filter
re-adjust to 1750 rpm, if
necessary.
Engine should accelerate smoothly, If it does
not, adjust idle mixture valve counter-elcckwise
1/8 turn.
•
•
•
_lb
Drain the gasoline tank by running the engine till
it runs out of gasoline.
Using a set of pliers,squeeze and unclampthe fuel
line hose. Remove the oldfilter, See Figure 23,
Replace with a new filter and reclamp.
beARNING:
assembled
the carburetor
before
Airtocleaner
and its cover
must
starting the engine.
Adjusting
Engine Speed
The engine speed on your chipper-shredder has
been set at the factory. Do not attempt to increase
engine speed or it may result in personal injury. If you
believe the engine is running too fast or too slow, take
your chipper-shredder to the nearest SEARS service
center for repair and adjustment.
Filter
Tires
Recommended operating tire pressure is 24 p.s.i.
(sidewall of tire may give tire manufacturer's
recommended pressure). Equal tire pressure should
be maintained on both tires.
Clamp
_lb
beads
may cause
tire/rimassemblyto burstwith
ARNING:
Excessivepressurewhen
seating
force sufficienttocause serious injury,
Figure 23
17
Prepareyourchipper-shredder
for storage at the end
may occur.
Use fresh fuel next season.
of the season or if the unit will not be used for 30 days
or more.
WARNING: Never store machine with fuel
in the fuel tank inside of building where
fumes may reach an open flame or spark,
or where ignitionsources are present such
as hot water and space heaters, furnaces,
clothes dryers, stoves, electric motors, etc.
A yearly check-up by your local Sears service center
is a good way to make certain your chipper-shredder
will provide maximum performance for the next
season,
NOTE: Fuel stabilizer is an acceptable alternative in
minimizing the formation of fuel gum deposits during
storage.
•
Add stabilizer to gasoline in fuel tank or storage
container.
•
Always follow the mix ratio found on stabilizer "
container.
•
Run engine at least 10 minutes after adding
stabilizer to allow the stabilizer to reach the
carburetor.
Do not drain the gas tank and carburetor if using
fuel stabilizer. Drain all the oil from the
crankcase (this should be done after the engine
has been operated and is stillwarm) and refill
the crankcase with fresh oil.
If you have drained the fuel tank, protect the
inside of the engine as follows.
Remove spark plug, pour approximately 1/2
ounce (approximately one tablespoon) of engine
oil into cylinder and crank slowly to distribute oil.
Replace spark plug.
•
Chipper-Shredder
•
•
Clean the chipper-shredder thoroughly.
Wipe unit with an oiled rag to prevent rust (use a
light oil or silicone).
•
•
Engine
IMPORTANT: It is important to prevent gum deposits
from forming in essential fuel system parts such as
carburetor, fuel filter, fuel hose, or tank during
storage. Also, experience indicates that alcohol
blended fuels (called gasohol or using ethanol or
methanol) can attract moisture which leads to
separation and formation of acids during storage.
Acidic gas can damage the fuel system of an engine
while in storage.
•
Drain the fuel tank.
•
Start the engine and let it run until the fuel lines
and carburetor are empty.
Drain carburetor.
•
•
•
Other
Do not store gasoline from one season to
another,
Replace your gasoline can if your can starts to
rust. Rust and/or dirt in your gasoline will cause
problems. Store unit in a clean, dry area. Do not
stere next to corrosive materials, such as
fertilizer.
NOTE: If storing in an unventilated or metal storage
shed, be certain to rus_roof the equipment by coating
with a light oil of silicone.
Never use engine or carburetor cleaner
products in the fuel tank or permanent damage
h
18
Problem
Possible
Cause
Engine fails to start
1.
2.
3.
4.
Fuel tank empty, or stale fuel
Spark plug wire disconnected
Faulty spark plug
Fuel shut-off valve not turned ON.
Loss of power; operation erratic
1. Spark plug wire loose
2. Unit running on Choke
3. Blocked fuel line or stale fuel
4. Water or dirt in fuel system
5. Carburetor out of adjustment
6. Didy air cleaner
Engine overheats
1. Carburetor not adjusted properly
2. Engine oil level low
Corrective
1.
2.
3.
4.
Action
Fill tank with clean, fresh fuel
Connect wire to spark plug.
Clean, adjust.gap or replace.
Move valve to ON position
1. Connect and tighten spark plug
wire
2. Move choke lever to OFF position
3. Clean fuel line; fill tank with clean
fresh gasoline.
4. Disconnectfuel line at carburetorto
drain fuel tank. Refillwith fresh fuel.
5. Contact your SEARS service
center.
6. Servise air cleaner.
1. Contact your SEARS service
center
2. Fill crankcase with proper oil
Too much vibration
1. Loose parts or damaged impeller
1. Stop engine immediately and
disconnect spark plug wire.
Tighten all bolts and nuts. Make
all necessary repairs. If vibration
continues, have unit serviced by a
SEARS service center.
Unit does not discharge
1. Discharge chute clogged
1. Stop engine immediately and
disconnect spark plug wire. clean
flail screen and inside of blower
2. Foreign object lodged in impeller
Rate of discharge slows
considerably or composition of
discharged material changes
_y
1. Shredding blade and/or chipping
blade dull
housing.
2. Stop engine immediately and
disconnect spark plug wire.
Remove lodged object.
1. Sharpen or_replaceblade(s)
.
_.
=,o
lip
For repairs beyond the minor adjustments listed above, please contact your nearest SEARS service center.
19
CRAFTSMAN
10 H.P. CHIPPER
SHREDDER
2O
MODEL 247,775890
CRAFTSMAN
Key
No.
I
2
3
4
5
6"
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
2O
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
4O
41
42
44
10 H.P. CHIPPER
Part No.
r70-0819A
11480
681-0118
710-0542
_10-0607
710-3256
712-0429
711-1304
i 712-3027
_14-0104
726-0106
732-0306
732-0546
732-0629
734-1797
736-0160
736-0117
736-0119
726-0299
747-0531A
747-0747
747-0982
781-0492A
781-07540689
781-07550689
781-0698
781-0715
726-0214
734.1845
736-0366
738-0813
681-0048
681-00940689
710-0382
712-0384
781-0457
681-0004A0689
681-01170689
710-0157
1710-3180
710-0825
710-3008
712-3004A
726-0211
SHREDDER
Description
Owner's Manual
Stop Washer
Inlet Guide Assembly
Hex Washer Hd. Screw 5/16-18 x 8,38"
TL Hex Screw 5/16-18 x 0.5"
Button Head Screw
Hex Lock Nut 5/16-18
Axle Shaft
Hex Lock Flanged Nut 114-20
Internal Cotter Pin
Cap Nut
Compression Spring
Torsion Spring
Hopper Door Spring
Complete Wheel: Grey
Fiat Washer
Flat Washer
Lock Washer
Push Cap
Rod: 5/16 Dia.
Hopper Door Rod
Lock Rod
Hopper Door Pivot
Upper Hopper: Polo Green
Lower Hopper: Polo Green
Hopper Lock Bracket
Shredder Plate
Push Cap
Complete Wheel Grey
Flat Washer:,5/8 I.D.
Shredder Axle
Knob Assembly
Discharge Chute Assembly: Polo Green
Hex Bolt 1/2-13 X5" Gr. 5
Hex Center Lock Nut 1/2-13
Shredder Screen
Outer Flail Housing Assembly
Inner Flail Housing Assembly
Hex Bolt 5/16-24 X 0.75" Gr. 5
Hax Bolt 5/16-18 X 1.75" Gr. 5
Hex Screw 1/4-20 X 3.75"
Hex Bolt 5/16-18 X 0.75"
Hex Lock Flange Nut 5/16-18 Gr. 5
U Nut 5/16-18
MODEL 247.775890
Key
No.
45
46
!47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
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67
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70
71
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74
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83
84
85
86
87
88
90
91
92
94
95
96
97
98,
99
100
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Pa_ No.
747-1124
736-0170
750-0793
781-0459B
194G4321182-E1
736-0242
726-0201
381-0068
710-0106
710-0751
712-3010
728-0175
731-1899
735-0249
736-0173
715-0129
749-1024
781-0633
719-0329
781-0735
715-0166
711-0833B
681-0146
742-0571
710-1054
681-0144
712-0411
742-0653
710-1254
736-0217
736-0247
731-1617
764-0501
764-0502
735-0127
735-0651
751B094095
747-1125
738-0946 '
781-0752
726-0135
751B493342
751-0535
726-0205
781-0497
781-0498
736-0137A
Description
Flap Control Rod
Bell Washer
Hinge Spacer: Chute
Shredder Frame
Engine
Belleville Washer - Speed Nut
Chipper Chute Assembly: Weldment - "_
Hex Bolt 1/4-20 x 1.25" Gr. 5
Hex Bolt 1/4-20 x .625
Hex Nut 5/16-18
Rivet
Chipper Chute
Chute Flap
Flat Washer
Spiral Pin
Chute Support
Chute Flap Strip
Flail Blade
Retaining Clip
Spring Roll Pin
Clevis Pin
Impeller Assembly
;hredder Blade
Flat Hd. Scr. 5/16-24 x .75"
\rm Bracket Assembly
Hex Top Lock Nut
Chipper Blade
Hex Patch Bolt 3/8-24 X 2.25" Gr. 8
Lock Washer
Flat Washer
Tamper Plug
Chip Bag
Leaf Bag
Rubber Washer
Rubber Flap
Screw (included in #95 assembly)
Flap Retaining Bail
Shoulder _ScrJew_- ,b
Hopper Flap Mounting Bracket
Speed Cap Nut
Fuel tank
Fuel Line Hose
Hose Clamp
Mounting Bracket
Support Bracket
Shoulder Screw
CRAFTSMAN
10 H.P. ENGINE
MODEL NO. 247.775890
MODEL
NO. 19G432-1182-E1
FOR CHIPPER
SHREDDER
8
Key
No.
Part No.
1
495631
2
495657
3
.391086
5
214347
7 _.272163
8
498038
9 _27803
10
94621
11
280819
13
94565
14
94622
15
306
307
306
337
383
552
635
869
871
94239
496797
94930
225055
496018
69838
491986
66538
211661
261961
978
979
982
1019
1058
*271736
494807
94658
495861
273682
Description
_0
Cylinder Assembly
Bushing
Seal-Oil
Head-Cylinder
Gasket-Cylinder Head
Breather Assembly
Gasket-Breather
Screw-Breather Mtg.
Tube-Breather
Screw-Cylinder Head
(3 9/16" Long)
Screw-Cylinder Head
(3" Long)
Plug-Oil
Shield-Cylinder
Screw-Hex.
Cover-Cylinder
Plug-Spark (Resistor Type)
Wrench-Spark Plug
Bushing-Governor Crank
Elbow-Spark Plug
I Seat-Valve
Guide-Exhaust Valve
Note: 231218 Guide-Intake Valve
Gasket-Oil Guard Cover
Cover-Oil Gard®
Screw-Hex.
Label Kit
Owner's Manual
Part NO.
280819
11
75
495659
98
493280
159
281358
161
497669
163 _272706
165
94692
499106
222
258
94929
94930
307
90576
354
92791
359
496077
445
280715
467
5O7
398525
93722
520
492889
535
642
281357
94777
969
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O
337
1
14
.871
- -
13
=
REQUIRES SPECIAL TOOLS
TO INSTALL. SEE REPAIR
INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
1019 LABEL KIT
Key
No.
383
1058 OWNER'S
MANUAL
_ 467
Description
Tube-Breather
Washer Set
ScrevP-Idle Speed
Support-Air Cleaner
Base-Air Cleaner
Gasket-Air Cleaner
Nut-Wing
Bracket-Control
Screw-Hex.
Screw-Hex.
Nut-Hex.
Washer-Lock
Filter-Air
Knob
Insulator
Terminal
Filter-Air
Cover-Air Cleaner
Screw-Slotted Hey,.
I
165_
_1_258
307_
642
Included in Gasket Set-Pad No. 497070.
Included in Valve Overhaul Gasket Set-Part No. 498534.
zz
CRAFTSMAN
10 H,P. ENGINE
MODEL NO, 247.775890
Key
No.
12
15A
16
77
18
19
20
21
22
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
32
33
34
35
40
45
46
146
219
220
230
244
411
524
614
616
741
868
*
Part No.
*271701
*27876
*27877
91488
495866
29530
496981
295964
*391086
281658
93585
94690
222698
499907
499908
499909
499910
499721
299743
391670
391671
391672
263181
499911
499920
390401
390773
222113
94670
263017
261056
65906
221596
260933
214786
94388
497037
221551
94927
230318
94802
281370
93306
496818
263625
497656
MODEL NO. 19G432-1182-E1
FOR CHIPPER
Description
Gasket-Crankcase (.015" Thick, Std.)
Gasket--Crankcase (.005" Thick)
Gasket-Crankcase (.009" Thick)
Plug-Oil
Crankshaft
Bearing-Ball
Cover-Crankcase
Bushing
Seal-Oil
Cap-Oil Fill
Screw-Hex.
Screw-Hex. (in Position #1)
Key-Flywheel
Piston Assy. (Standard)
Piston Assy. (.010" O.S.)
Piston Assy. (.920" O.S.)
i Piston Aasy. (.030" O.S,)
Ring Set (Standard)
Ring Set (Std. Chrome)
Ring Set (.010" O.S.)
Ring Set (.020" O.S.)
_ Ring Set (.030" O.S.)
Leck-Piston Pin
Pin-Piston (Std.)
Pin-Piston (.005" O.S,)
Rod-Connecting (Standard)
Rod-Connecting (.020" U.S.)
Dipper-Connecting
Rod
Screw-Connecting
Rod
Valve-Exhaust
Valve-Intake
Spring-Valve
Retainer-Spring
Tappet-Valve
Gear-Cam
Key-Timing
Gear-Governor
Washer-Thrust
Washer-Gov. Crank
Connector-Hose
Plug
Seal-Fill Plug
Pin-Cotter
Crank-Govemor
Gear-Timing
Seal-Valve
614_
616
230
21 _
12
15A_
220
tit REQUIRES SPECIAL TOOLS
TO INSTALL. SEE REPAIR
INSTRUCTION MANUAL.
302
Part No.
300
302
333
334
356
851
496127
261409
398811
94731
491391
493880
219
244
Included in Gasket Set-Part No. 497070.
No.
SHREDDER
Delmdptlon
300
334
Muffler-Exhaust
Locknut-Muffler
Armature-Magneto
Screw-Hex.
Wire-Gmund
Terminal-Ignition Cable
23
CRAFTSMAN
10 H.P. ENGINE
MODEL NO. 247.775890
Kay
No.
50
51
51A
53
93
" 94
95
98A
104
105
106
108
123
125
127
130
131
133
137
138
141
142
Part No.
MODEL
Description
147
186
634
950
965
975
987
1091
214170
_D,272707
•_?72708
94778
A281346
498836
&94098
495800
tL231789
A231935
_231856
224666
94913
499029
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224539
497846
494381
t _?.81!65
t t_281164
497160
4498716
499032
232086
493496
A494455
94642
94010
495933
&251166
281364
Manifold-Intake
Gasket]ntake
Gasket-Intake
Stud-Carb. Mounting
Bushing-Throttle Shaft
Valve-Idle Adjust
Screw-Round Head
Screw-Idle Speed
Pin-Float Hinge
Valve-Needle
Seat-inlet
Valve-Choke
Screw-Torx®Hex.
Carburetor
Plug-Welch (Sold in Kit Only)
Valve-Throttle
Shaft-Throttle
Float-Carburetor
Gasket-F]oat Bowl
Washer
Shatt-Choke
Nozzle-Carburetoi_.(Std.)
Nozzle-Carburetor (High AIt.)
Jet-Pilot
Connector-Hose
Seal-Spring Assembly
Screw-Bowl Mounting
Nut-Hex.
Bowl Assembly-Carburetor
Seal-Throttle Shaft
Ca.c-Limiter
Key
No.
Pad No.
Descdptlon
55
56
57
58
393576
295871
490179
66894
59
60
63
64
65
66
67
68
70
71
373
6O8
655
1016
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•
,_,
NO. 19G432*1182-E1
FOR CHIPPER
SHREDDER
_12sJ
131
130 _r-
95 987
93
51A
142
lO5
186
REQUIRES SPECIAL TOOLS/;_
TO INSTALL. SEE REPAIR,fYJ_
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
((,.f_l
Housing-Rewind Starter
Pulley-Starter
Spring-Rewind Starter
Rope-Starter
(63" Long)
490653 Insert-Grip
490652 Grip-Starter Rope
26O414 Spring-Ratchet
281204 Adapter-Spring
94904 Screw-Hex.
399671 Clutch-Starter
394897 Housing-Clutch
63770 Bali-Clutch
298799 Ratchet-Clutch
394506 Cover-Ratchet
94908 Nut-Hex.
390391 Starter Assy.--RewirK:l
222598 Anchor-Rewind Spring
490817 Spacer-Rewind
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Included in Gasket Sat-Part No. 497070.
Included in Valve Overhaul Gasket Set-Part
Included in Carburetor Gasket Set-Part No. 497069.
Included in Carburetor Kit-Part No. 497849.
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6551
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59
24
CRAFTSMAN
10 H.P. ENGINE
MODEL NO. 247.775890
Key
No.
Part No.
116
209
211
212
212A
227
232
284
422
523
524A
525
562
592
623
624
847
*270920
263212
263182
263051
263049
499096
263020
94984
225218
495225
*281370
495347
94907
281978
231520
497207
399901
MODEL NO. 19G432-1182-E1
FOR CHIPPER
Description
Seal-O-Ring
Spring-Governor
Spring-Governor Idle
Link-Throttle
Link-Throttle
Lever.-Govemor
Spring-Link
Screw---Shoulder
Bracket-Oil Fill
Dipstick
Seal-Fill Tube
Tube-Oil Fill
Bolt-Governor Lever
Nut-Hex.
Screw-Shoulder
Lever-Linkage
Dipstick/Tube Assembly
592
8471
525
Ol16
284
_!
422
523
Key
No.
Part No.
187
280149
240
3851
387
601
918
394358
94789
496257
93053
497457
Description
_
Line-Fuel
(Cut to Required Length
Fitter-Fuel
Screw-Hex.
Pump-Fuel
Clamp-Hose (Green)
Hose-Vacuum
240
*
SHREDDER
Included in Gasket Set-Part No. 497070.
25
524_
CRAFTSMAN
10 H.P. ENGINE
MODEL NO. 247.775890
MODEL NO. 19G432-1182-E1
FOR CHIPPER
SHREDDER
215
Key
No,
23
24
37
38
73
74
75
215
304
305
363
575
1036
Key
No.
Part No.
298260
222698
222475
.94811
224874
94680
225136
221760
491596
94786
19069
396691
499354
Part No.
3 *391086
7!_,272163
9 _27803
12
*271701
*27876
*27877
20
*391086
51 _272707
51A
*272708
93
1_281346
95
A94098
104 A231789
105 A231935
106 A231856
116 *270920
121
497849
127 4
137 4+281165
138 A+281164
142 4498716
163 _-*272706
358
497070
524A
*281370
634
4494455
977
497069
978
*271736
1095
498534
Description
Flywheel
Key-Flywheel
Guard-Flywheel
Screw-Hex.
Screen-Rotating
Screw-Hex.
Washer-Flywheel
Guide-Air
Housing-Blower
Screw-Hex.
Puller-Flywheel
Switch-Rotary
Label Kit-Emission
Description
Seal-Oil
Gasket-Cylinder Head
Gasket-Valve Cover
Gasket-Crankcase (.015" Thick, Std.)
Gasket-Crankcase (,005" Thick)
Gasket-Crankcase (.009" Thick)
Seal-Oil
Gasket-Intake
Gasket-Intake
Bushing-Throttle Shaft
Screw-Round Head
Pin-Float Hinge
Valve-Needle
Seat-Inlet
Seal--O-Ring
Carburetor Kit
Plug-Welch (Sold in Kit Only)
Gasket-Bowl (Sold in Kit
Washer
Nozzle-Carburetor (Std.)
Gasket-Air Cleaner
Gasket Set
Seal-Fill Tube
Seal-Spring Assembly
Gasket Set-Carburetor
Gasket-Oil Guard Cover
Gasket Set-Valve Overhaul
358 GASKET
SET
121 CARBURETOR
104_
105 _
0
142
93 51 A_
137
95e -_._j
Kl't" 977 CARBURETOR
GASKET SET
127_
138
106_
634_
Q
137
9871_
1095 VALVE OVERHAUL
GASKET SET
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O
Included in Gasket Set-Part No. 497070.
Included in Valve Overhaul Gasket Set-Part No. 498534.
• Includedin CarburetorGasket Set-Part No. 497069.
A Includedin CarburetorKit-Part No.497849.
26
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51A_
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