Operators Manual [CRAFTSMAN" I 7.8 Horsepower 3000 PSI 2.5 GPM HIGH PRESSURE WASHER CLEANING SYSTEM Model No. 580.768050 HOURS: Mon.- FH. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CST) CAUTION: Before using this product, read this manual and follow all its Safety Rules and Operating Instructions. Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 Visit our Craftsman website: www.sears.com/craftsman Part No. B3604 Draft 0 (2/2/99) printed in the U.S.A. • • • • • Safety Assembly Operation Maintenance Parts Warranty ................................ Safety Rules ........................... 2 2--3 Assembly ............................... Operation ............................. Maintenance ......................... 4 5-9 10-15 Storage ................................ Troubleshooting ......................... Replacements parts .................... Emission Control Warranty Statement .................... How to order parts and request service .................... 16 LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN CLEANING 17 19--27 28-29 Backpage SYSTEM For one year from the date of purchase, when this Craftsman Cleaning System is maintained and operated accordingto the instructionsin the owner's manual, Sears will repair, free of charge, any defect in materialand workmanship. If this washer is used for commercialpurposes, this warranty applies for only 90 days from the date oi purchase. If this cleaning system is used for rental purposes,this warranty applies for only 30 days after date of purchase. LIMITED TWO YEAR WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN ENGINE For two years from the date of purchase, when this Craftsman engine is maintained and operated accordingto the instructionson the owner's manual, Sears will repair, free of charge, any defect in matadal and workmanship. If the Craftsman engine is used for commercial or rental purposes, this warranty applies for only one year from the date of purchase. •.... This warranty does not cover:. ! • Expendable items such as spark plugs or air filters, which become worn _udng norma! use_ • Repairs necessary because of operator abuse or negligence, includingdamage resultingfrom no water being suppliedto pump or failure to maintain the equipment according to the instructionscontained in the owner's manual. WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY RETURNING THE HIGH CLEANING SYSTEM TO THE. NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER OR DEALER IN THE UNITED STATES. i _ _. This warranty gives you specificlegal dghts and you may also have other dghts, which vary_m.mstate.t0 state., Sears, Roebuck and Co., Dept. 81TWA, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 • Engine exhaust gases contain DEADLY carbon monoxidegas. This dangerous gas, if breathed in sufficientconcentrations,can cause unconsciousnessor even death. Operate this equipment only in the open air where adequate ventilationis available. • ,_ CAU'FION: usingthis product,read this manual andBefore follow all Safety Rules and Operating Instructions. A DANGER: When transporting,setting up, adjustingor makingrepairs to your cleaning system,always disconnectthe spark plug wire and place if where if cannot contact the spark plug to prevent accidental starting. • 2 Gasoline is highly FLAMMABLE and its vapors are EXPLOSIVE. Do not permit smoking,open flames, sparks or heat in the vicinitywhile handling gasoline. Avoid spillinggasoline on a hot engine. Allow unitto cool for 2 minutes before refueling. Comply with all laws regulatingstorage and handlingof gasoline. Locate this cleaning system in areas away from combustiblematedals, combustible fumes or dust. • The high pressure equipmentis designed to be used with Sears authorized parts only. If you use this equipment with parts that do not comply with minimumspecifications,the user assumes all risks and liabilities. • Some chemicalsor detergentsmay be harmful if inhaledor ingested,causing severe nausea, faintingor poisoning.The harmfulelements may cause propertydamage or severe injury. • Do not allowCHILDREN to operate the cleaning system at any time. Never move the machineby pullingon the high pressure hose. Use the handle providedon the top of the unit. Always be certainthe spray gun, nozzles and accessories are correctlyattached. Never use a spray gun which does not have a trigger lock or triggerguard in place and in working order. Use a respirator or mask whenever there is a chance that vapors may be inhaled. Read all instructionswith the mask so you are certainthe mask will providethe necessary protectionagainst inhaling harmful vapors. Operate engine only at govemed speed. Running the engine at excessivespeeds increases the hazard of personalinjury. Do not tamper with parts which may increase or decrease the governed speed. • Do not wear looseclothing,jewelry or anything that may be caught in the starter or other rotating parts. • Before startingthe cleaning system in cold weather, check all parts of the equipment and be sure ice has not formed there. • Units with broken or missing parts, or without protectivehousingor covers should NEVER be operated. The muffler and air cleaner must be installed and in good conditionbefore operatingthe cleaning system. These componentsact as spark arrestors if the engine backfires. Check the fuel system for leaks or signs of detedorationsuch as chafed or spongy hose, loose or missingclamps or damaged tank or cap. Correct all defects before operating the cleaning system. • • • • • High pressure spray may damage fragile items includingglass. Do not point spray gun at glass when in the jet spray mode. Keep the hose connected to machine or the spray gun while the system is pressurized. Disconnectingthe hose while the unit is pressurized is dangerous. Hold the spray gun firmly in your hand before you start the unit. Failureto do so could resultin an injuryfrom a whippingspray gun. Do not leave the spray gun unattendedwhile the machine is , running. The cleaning area shouldhave adequate slopes and drainage to reduce the possibility of a fall due to slippery surfaces. Keep water spray away from electricwiringor fatal electdc shock_mayresult. Do not secure triggergun in the pull-back(open) position. Do not by-pass any safety device on this machine. The mufflerand engine heat up duringoperation and remain hot immediatelyafter shuttingit doWn. Avoid contact with a hot muffleror engine or you could be severely bumed. Do not spray flammable liquids. Never allow any part of the body to come in contact with the fluid stream. DO NOT come in contactwith a fluid stream created by a leak in the high pressure hose. High pressure streams of fluid this equipment producescan pierce skin and its underlying tissues, leadingto sedous injuryand possible amputation. • Never aim the gun at people, animals or plants. • High pressure spray can cause paint chips or other particlesto become airbome and fly at high speeds. • Always wear eye protectionwhen you use this equipment or when you are in the vicinitywhere the equipmentis in use. • Operate the pressure at no more than the PSI fluid pressure rated for your cleaning system. Operate and store this unit on a stable surface. Always store cleaning system with the Dial--a--CleanerTM knob in the OFF position. High pressure hose can develop leaks from wear, kinking, abuse, etc. Water sprayingfrom a leak is capable of injectingmatenal intoskin. Inspect hose each time before using it. Check all hoses for cuts, leaks, abrasionsor bulgingof cover, or damage or movementof couplings.If any of these conditions exist, replace hose immediately.Never repair high pressure hose. Replace it with another hose that meats minimumpressure rating of your cleaning system. I I,_ MEANS "ATFENTIONI!! BECOME ALERT!!! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED." LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL TO POINT OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. 3 IT I I CARTON CONTENTS The followingparts are shipped loose with your cleaningsystem: • Main Unit -- cleaning system with wheels, chemicaltanks, guide handle. High Pressure Hose (already attached to pump) • Parts Box (which includes items listed below) • Spray Gun • Dual Lance with quick connect nozzle fitting • Engine Oil • Three-peck of chemical concentrates • Four multi-colored nozzles • Manual Bag (which includesthe items listed below) • Owner's Manual • Nozzle Cleaner Kit • "O"--RingKit • Tank Labels Become familiar with each piece before assembling the cleaning system. Check all contents against the illustrationon Page 5. If any parts are missingor damaged, call the Pressure Washer Helpline at 1-800-222-3136. • Raise guide handle, secure in place. Roll the cleaningsystem out the open end of the carton. • Check carton for additionalloose parts. HOW TO SET UP YOUR CLEANING SYSTEM For the mostpart, your CraftsmanHigh Pressure Cleaning System has been assembledat the facton]. You must, however, assemblethe spray gun, and attachthe high pressurehose to the spraygun. • Cut the tie wraps on the highpressurehose and connecthighpressure hoseto gun. Tightenby hand. TO REMOVE CLEANING SYSTEM FROM CARTON • • Remove loose parts and parts box included with your cleaningsystem. Slice two corners at guide handle end of carton from top to bottom so the panel can be folded down flat. Attach dual lance to spray gun. • Uft the handle to upright position and slide the locking caps Into place 4 Place assembled spray gunon holder. KNOW YOUR HIGH CLEANING SYSTEM Read this owner's manual and safety rules before operating your cleaning system. Compare the illustrationswith your cleaning system to familiarize yourselfwith the locationsof various controlsand adjustments. System Rinse, Detergent and Chemical Reservoirs with Internal Filter and Baffle Spray Gun GasTank Dual Lance with QuickConnect Fitting Air Filter F High PressursHose PrimerBulb Water Inlet Oil Pill Cap Dial-A-Cleaner'* Selector Knob Pump Pressure CommandTM Air Filter - Dry type filter element limitsthe amount of dirt and dust that gets in the engine. OII Fill Cap - Fill engine with oil here. See page 8 for oil recommendations. DiaI-A-Clsaner TM Selector Knob - Selects any one of three chemicals or the clean water system rinse. Pressure Command TM - Sets output water pressure. Dual Lance with Quick-Connect Fitting- The dual lance attaches to the spray gun and allowsyou to switch from low pressure mode, for applying chemicals, to high pressure mode, for cleaning.The quick connectfitting lets you quickly exchangethe four provided nozzles to adjust the spray pattern of the high pressure spray. Pump - Develops high water pressure. Primer Bulb - Used to start a cold engine. Spray Gun - Controlsthe applicationof water onto cleaningsurface with triggerdevice. Includessafety latch. System Rinse, Detergent and Chemical Reservoirs with Internal Filter and Baffle - Used to provide detergent or other chemicalsto the low pressure water stream. Water inlet - Connectionfor garden hose. Gas Tank - Fill gas tank with regular unleaded gasoline hera. High Pressure Hose - Connect one end to the spray gun. 5 HOW TO USE YOUR CLEANING SYSTEM Pull back the collar on the quick connect and pull the current nozzle off; Store the nozzle in the space provided on the controlpanel. Read these instructionsand learn how to use your cleaning system before you attempt to startyour cleaning system. If you have any problems operating your cleaning system, please call the pressurewasher helpUneat 1-800-222-3136. How To Use the NozTJes ,_ DANGER: nozzleswithout lockingthe Never safety exchange latch on the trigger. The quick-connect on the dual lance allows you switch between four different nozzles. The nozzles vary the spray pattern of the high pressurestream as shown below. White Note: For a more gentle rinse, select the 40* or 25" degree nozzle. To scourthe surface, select the 15° or 0 ° nozzle. • Green Pull backthe collar, insert the new nozzle and release the collar, making sure it becomes flush with the end of the quick connect. Pull on the nozzle to make sure it is securely in place. Note: The chemicalnozzle is permanently affixed to your dual lance and has a spray pettem of 25 degrees. It must be used when applying chemical. Yellow Red too • For most effective cleaning, keep spray nozzle between 8 to 24 inchesaway from cleaning surface. • Damage to the surface may occur if you get the spray nozzle too clove to it. Cleaning With The Nozzles ana ,_lying Chemical A In order t0 Change the nozzle being used, followthese instructions: WARNING: You must attach all hoses before you startthe engine. Starting the engine without all the hoses connected and without the water turned ON will damage the pump. IMPORTANT: Use soaps designed specificallyfor pressure washer cleaning systems. Household detergents could damage the pump. Engage the safety latch on the spray gun. Up to three (3) different solutions can be carded on the cleaning system at one time. To apply detergent follow these steps: • Safety Latch Dilution is necessary when using the supplied chemical packets, Simply snip one comer of the plastic pouch, pour the chemical into the tank, then fill the tank with clean water. Label tanks with the provided tank labels. Pour chemical into one of the tanks labeled A, B, C. 6 Wash and Rinse Surface If usinganotherchemical designed forusewith pressure washers, preparethechemical solution as This CraftsmanCleaning System permitsregulationof required bythechemical manufacturer. Fill water pressureby varyingthe engine speed. chemical reservoir(s) withtheprepared solution as output The Pressure CommandTM found on the front panel needed. may be set, as follows: RotatetheDial-A-Cleaner TM selector knobto the Pressure Low to High letter correspondingto the desired reservoir. Open the chemical valve handle fully on the dual lance by turning it countemlockwiseto place the cleaning system in low pressure mode. Detergent cannot be applied with the chemical valve handle in the high pressure position. Duty Application Light Auto Medium Concrete Heav"t Paint removal Boat Furniture Driveway Deck Degreasing After you have applied detergent, scourthe surface clean, as follows: • Close the chemicalvalve handle fullyon the dual lance by turningit clockwiseto place the cleaning system in high pressure mode. Chemical will not flow when in the high pressure mode. withSelect the high andpressurewater installthe desired stream nozzlefollowingthe and then rinse it instructionson'How to Use the Nozzles" on page 6. Adjust PressureCommancFM control to obtain • Connect garden hose to water inlet, check that high pressure hose is connected to spray gun and pump (see ASSEMBLY on page 4), and start engine, desired water pressure. Expand the spray patternfor a more gentle dnsing action. Startat top of area to be dnsed, working. down with same actionas for cleaning. be cleaned. Make sure there is no damage caused by the high pressurespray. Attachgarden to hoseto waterinlet A A CAUTION: Before starting yourCleaning System, make sure you have read and followed the instructionsin the sections =Before Starting the Cleaning System"on page 8 and "To Start the Cleaning System" on page 8. RINSE Allow detergent to 'soak in' (between 3-5 minutes) before washing and rinsing. Reapply as neededto prevent surface from drying. EVERY USE It is imperativethat the chemical selectorsystem be rinsed after each use toaprevent cloggingor leaks: to CAUTION: Test small area of the surface Fill the System Rinse reservoirwith clean water. Before disconnectingthe water supply,start your' cleaning system. A WARNING: Be extremely careful if you must use the cleaning system from a ladder, scaffoldingor any other relatively unstable location.When you press the trigger, the recoil from the initial spray could force you to fall, or if you are too close to the cleaningsurface, the high pressure spray could force you off a climbingapparatus. Start at lower portion of area to be washed and work upward, using long, even overlapping strokes. SYSTE'_MAFTER CAUTION: Before startingyour Cleaning System, make sure you have read and followed the instructionsin the sections"Before Starting the Cleaning System"on page 8 and "To Start the Cleaning System"on page 8. Open the chemicalvalve handle fullyon the dual lance by tuming it counterclockwiseto place the cleaningsystem in low pressure mode. Rotate the Dial-A-CleanerTM selector knobto the letter correspondingto the System Rinse tank. As clean rinsewater is drawn throughthe system, continuethe flow until no detergent foam is observed. • Rotate the Dial-A-Cleaner TM selector Imob to the OFF position. BEFORE SYSTEM STARTING THE CLEANING To add fuel to engine: Clean area around fuel cap, remove cap. To operatethe engineyouwillneedto do the following: • Add Engine Oil Important: Never mix oil with gasoline. • Install fuel cap and wipe up any spilled gasoline. only use high quality detergent oil rated with API service classificationSF or SG. Select the oil's SAE viscositygrade accordingto your expected operating temperature: colder _ 32°F _ warmer ,,t II J, 5W30 SAE 30 Although multi-viscosityoils (5W30, 10W30, etc.) improve starting in coldweather, these multi-viscosity oils will resultin increased oil consumption when used above 32°F. Check your engine oil level more frequently to avoid possibledamage from runninglow on oil. Add regular unleaded gasoline, slowly, to the fuel tank. TO START THE CLEANING The best way to start your cleaning system engine for the first time is to follow these instructionsstep-bystep. This starting informationalso applies whenever you start the engine after you have let the cleaning system sit idle for at least a day. Place the cleaning system in an area close enough to an outside water soume that can flow at a rate of at least 3 gallonsper minute. Connect a garden hose to the water spout. • Place cleaning system on a level surface Clean area around oil fill cap and remove. SYSTEM • • • Check that the high pressure hose is tigh'tly connected to the spray gun and to the pump. See ASSEMBLY sectionon page 4. Check inlet screen on the water inlet. If the screen is dirty, clean before attaching a garden hose. ff the screen is damaged, do not connectto the garden hose. Replace with screen provided in maintenance kit or cell 1-800-366-PART to order a replacement inlet screen. Attach the the garden hose to the water inlet. Tum on the water, Dil Fill Cap / Oil Drain Plug Pour oil from enclosed bottle intothe oil fill opening until oil reaches the point of overflowing. Do not overfill. ,& CAUTION_Do notand runturned pumpwithout water supplyconnected on. Youthe must follow this cautionor the pump will be damaged. • • Remove the dual lance from the spray gun. Pull the tdgger on the spray gun and hold until a steady stream of water appears. • Engage the safety latch on the spray gun. • Attach dual lance onto spray gun. Install oil fillcap. Hand tighten securely. Add Gasoline • Use regular unleaded gasoline with the cleaning system engine. Fuel tank capacity is 1 gallon. ,_ DANGER: Never fillfuel indoors.Never fill fuel tank when engine is tank runningor hot. Do not smokewhen fillingfuel tank. ,_ CAUTION: overfillthe fuel tank. Always leave room Do for not expansion. ,& CAUTION: Experience indicatesthat alcohol blended fuels (calledgasohol or usingethanol or methanol) can attract moisturewhichleads to separation and formationof acids during storage. Acidic gas can damage the fuel system of an engine while in storage. • Move Run/Stop switch to the "Run" position. Note: If the engine fails to start after 3 pulls, primethe engine three (3) times and pull starter rope again. Once the engine has started, disengage the spray gun safety latch. HOW TO STOP YOUR CLEANING SYSTEM • • Pressthe primerbulb three (3) times, waiting two (2) secondsbetween each push. Move the Run/Stop switch to the "Stop" position. Simply shutting off the engine will not release pressure in the system. Squeeze trigger on the spray gun to relieve pressure in the hose. Note: A small amount of water will squirt out when you release the pressure. • Rotate the Dial-A-Cleaner TM selector knob to the OFF position to prevent chemical leakage. SIPHONING DO NOT siphon standing water for yourwater supply. Contaminated, brackish or dirty water can damage the pump. Connect only to householdwater supply. TIPS Never use the garden hose inlet to siphon detergent or wax. Grasp starter handle and pull slowly untilyou feel some resistance.Then pull cord rapidlyto overcomecompression,prevent kickbackand start the engine. Let rope retum to starter slowly. Note: The Pressure CommandTM may be placed in any positionduring staring or operation.However, for cold starts, it is recommendedthat the Pressure CommandTM be placed in the Uhigh"position. If you hold the spray nozzle too far away from the object being cleaned, washing will not be as _' effective. • • Always store the cleaning system with the DialA-Cleaner TM selector knob to the OFF position. CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES MAINTENANCE TASK HOURLY OPERATING INTERVAL Every 25 HOUPI Eve W 50 Hours or yearly 0€ Y_y SERVICE DATES Every 100 Hours or Yeady Cleaning System CheckJclean water inlet screen on quick-connect. xt Ched,( high pressure ho6e. x Check detergent ho_e. x Check spray gun and assembly for leaks. x Purge pump of _dr and contaminants. x ENGINE Check oil level. x x- Service foam _r. Service paper air Citer. X" Change engine oil. X" X Clean/repk_cespark plug. X Clean spark arrestorscreen Prepare for storage, " Prepare unit for storage if if is to remain idle for longer than 30 days. C_ean if clogged. Replace if perforated or tom. Change oil after the first (8) operating hoursand every 50 hours thereafter. Change sooner when eperaUng under dirty or dusty condi_ns. ._ Replace more of_n under dirty or dusty condiUons. PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS of Caiifomia a spark arrestor is required by law (Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code). Other states may have similar laws. Federal laws apply on federal lands. In the State Cleaning System Specifications )RESSURE 3000 Psi FLOW RATE 2.5 GPM Use as directed CHEMICAL MIX WATER SUPPLY TEMPERATURE Note: If you equip the engine of your cleaningsystem with a spark arrestor muffler,the spark arrestor must be maintained in effectiveworkingorder by the owner/operator. GENERAL Not to Exceed 140°F The warranty of the cleaningsystem does not cover items that have been subjectedto operator abuse or negligence. To receive full value from the warranty, operator must maintain cleaningsystem as instructed in this manual. Engine Specifications ENGINE MODEL RATED HORSEPOWER SPARK PLUG: Type: GASOLINE CAPACITY OIL SOLID STATE IGNITION AIR GAP RECOMMENDATIONS GN-220 7.8 Some adjustmentswill need to be made periodicallyto propedy maintain your cleaningsystem. Champion RC12YC or equivalent. Set Gap to: 0.030 inch (0.76mm) All adjustments in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual shouldbe made at least once each season. • 1 Gallon SAE 30 weiaht 0.0125 inch 10 Once a year you shouldclean or replacethe spark plug and replace the air filter and check the gun and wand assembly for wear. A clean spark plug and new air filter assure properfuel-air mixtureand help your engine run better and last longer. BEFOREEACH USE Checkwaterinletscreenfordamage. • Checkhighpressure hoseforleaks. Checkchemical tanksandfillersfor damage. • Pull the triggeron the gun and hold. • When the water supply is steady and constant, engage the safety latch and refssten the nozzle attachment. • Check gun and wand assembly for leaks. Nozzle Maintenance • Purge pump of air and contaminants. • Check engine oil level. If the nozzle becomes restrictedor cloggedwith foreign materials, such as dirt, excessivepump pressure may develop. A partiallycloggednozzle can cause a pulsingconditionduring use. This generallyis not a pump related problem, but rathera clogged or partiallyrsstdctednozzle. If the nozzle becomes cloggedor partiallyrestricted, immediately clean the nozzle with the kit includedwith your cleaningsystem by followingthese instructions: CLEANING SYSTEM MAINTENANCE Check and Clean Inlet Screen Examine garden hose inlet screen. Clean if if is clogged or replace if it is tom. Check High Pressure Hose High pressure hoses can develop leaks from wear, kinking, or abuse, inspect hose before each use. Check for cuts, leaks, abrasions, bulgingof cover, or damage or movement of couplings, ff any of these conditionsexist, replace hose immediately. A • • • Shut off the engine and tam off the water supply. Press triggerto relive water pressure. Separate the dual lance from the gun. Use the wire includedin the kit or a small paper clip to free the foreign materials cloggingor restrictingthe nozzle. Insert wire Into nozzle and tum back and forth to clear obstruction. DANGER:with Never a highthe pressure hose. Replace hoserepair that meets minimum pressure rating of your cleaningsystem Check Chemical Reservoirs Tank covers shouldsnap cleanly onto tank. Ensure chemical labels correctly identifytank contents. Ensure that the System Rinse tank is filled with clean water. Ensure that Dial-A-CleanerTM selector knob rotates freely between each position.Examine the tanks and replace if the filter is clogged Remove additionaldebris by back flushingwater supplythroughdual lance (Figure 2). Back flush between 30 to 60 seconds. Back flush both lances by tuming chemicalvalve handle. Check Gun and Wand Examine:h0se connectionto gun and make sure it is secure. Test trigger by pressing if and making sure it springsback into place when you release it. Put safety latch in UP positionand test trigger. You should not be able to press trigger. Replace gun immediately if it fails any of these tests. Purge Pump of Air and Contaminants To remove the air from the pump, follow these steps: • Set up the cleaning system as described in the ASSEMBLY section and connect the water supply. • • Remove the wand extension from the gun. • • Pull the trigger on the gun and hold until a steady stream of water appears. Reconnectthe dual lance to the spray gun. Reconnectthe water supply,turn on the water, and startthe engine. • Test the cleaningsystem by operatingwith the unit in high and the low pressure. To remove the contaminants from the pump, follow these steps: • Set up the cleaningsystem as described in the ASSEMBLY section, and connect the water supply. • Remove the nozzle attachment from the gun. Start the engine according to instructionsin OPERATION section. 11 O-Ring Maintenance ENGINE MAINTENANCE Through the normal operation of your cleaning system, the o-rings keep the connectionsof the hoses and gun tight and leak-free. They may become worn or damaged with use. Provided with your cleaning system is an o-ring Maintenance Kit containing replacement o-rings, a rubber washer and a garden hose inlet screen. Maintenance, replacement or repair of the emission control devices and systems may be performed by any non-road engine repair establishment or individual. Checking Oil Level oil level shouldbe chocked priorto each use or at least every eight (8) hours of operation.Keep oil level maintained. Parts in the O-Ring Kit Include: • 1 O-Ring, red, (p/n B2726) for the end of the spray gun connection between gun and high/low spray wand. Changing Engine Oil and Oil Rlter Change oil after first eight (8) hours of operation. Change oil & oil filterevery fifty (50) hours thereafter. If you are usingyour cleaning system under extremely dirty or dusty conditions, or in extremely hot weather, change oil more often. Change oil whileengine is sUUwaan from nmning, ee follows: • Clean area aroundoil drain plug. Remove oil drain plug and oilfill plug and drain oil completely intoa suitable container. 2 O-Rings, yellow, (p/n B2264) for the ends of the high pressure hose. Note: The above two o-rings are close in size. Please matchcarefully to assure propero-ring usage. • 1 rubber washer (p/n B2385) for the inside of the garden hose connector. • 1 water inlet screen (p/n B2384) for the garden hose connector. n Rug • • • • • • Toramowawomordameged o-ring: • Use a small flathead screwdriverto get underneath the o-ring and pp/it off. 12 When oil has completely drained, Install oil drain plug and tighten securely. Place a suitablecontainer beneath the oil filter and tum filter countemlockwiseto remove. Discard accordingto local regulations. Coat gasketof new filter with engine oil. turn filter clockwiseuntilgasket contacts tightlywith filter adapter. Then tighten an additional3/4 turn. Fill oil sump with recommendedoil. (See =Before Startingthe Engine"on page 8 for oil recommendations) Install the oilfill plug and tightensecurely. Wipe up any spilledoil. ServiceAir Cleaner Yourenginewillnotrunproperly andmaybe damaged ff yourunitusinga dirtyaircleaner. Clean or replacetheaircleanerpaperfilleronceevery50 hoursofoperation oroncea year,whichever comes To clean or replace paper air filter: A. Clean paper filler by tapping it gentlyon a solid surface. If the filler is too dirty, replace it with a new one. Dispose of the old filter properly. Clean air cleaner cover. first. Clean or replace more often if operating under dusty or dirty conditions. Clean foam pre-tiller every 25 hours of operation or sooner under dusty conditions. To clean or replace the air cleanercomponents: • Loosen the two screws on the air cleaner cover. Remove the air cleaner cover. Foam Pra-Filter May Stick to Cover Insert pre-filler intothe cover, then the paper air filler. Reinstallthe air cleaner cover and tighten the two (2) screws. CleanSpark ArrestorScreen The engine exhaust muffler has a spark arrestor screen. Inspect and clean the screen every 100 hours of operation or once each year, whichevercomes first. Note: If you use yourcleaning system on any forestcovered, brush-coveredor grass-coveredunimproved land, it must have a spark arrestor. The spark arrestor must be maintainedin good condition by the owner/operator. Clsen and inspectthe spark attester as follows: Inspect the screen and replace it if it is tom, perforated or otherwise damaged. Do not use a defective , screen. If the screen is not damaged, clean it with'a chemical solvent. Remove the paper air filler and the foam pre-filler from the air cleaner cover. FO/_ll If the spark arrestor is damaged, replace it as follows: • Remove the four (4) screws that connect the heat shield to the muffler. Pre-FIIter / • Remove four.-(_4) screwsthat attach the spark arrestor screen. Paper Filter • To clean or replace foam pre-filter: A. B. Wash pre-filter in soapy water. Squeeze pre-filterdry in clean cloth. Do not twist. If the pre-filler is stilldirty after washing and drying it, replace it with a new one. Note: If you need to order a new air filter, please call 1-800-366-PART. C. D. Apply enough engine oilto saturate the pre-filter. • Wrap the pre-filler in a clean dry clothand squeeze out the excess oil. Do not twist. Set the pre-filter aside. • Replace damaged screen with new screen (p/n 83083). 13 Reattach the spark arrestor screen and the heat shield. Clean/ O Replace Spark Plug Replace the spark plug yearly or every 100 hours of operation,whichever comes first. ,_ CAUTION: Disconnectspark plug wire from spark plug and keep wire away from spark plug. Clean area aroundspark plug. Remove spark plug form the cylinderhead. • • Replace spark plug if the electrodesare pitted, burnedor porcelain is cracked. For replacement use Champion RC12YC or equivalent. Check electrode gap with wire feeler gauge and set gap to 0.76ram (.030 inches), if necessary. • • install a correctlygapped spark plug intothe cylinderhead, tighten secure|y. Valve Cover Breather Tube Make sure the piston is at Top Dead Cer_ter('rDC) of its compressionstroke (both valves closed). To get the piston at top dead center, pull on the recoil handle slowly watching the pistontrough the spark plug hole. As you pull on the recoil handle the , piston should move up and down. The piston is put Top Dead Center when it is up as high as it can go. \ Carburetor If you thinkyour carburetor needs adjusting,see your nearest Sears Service Center. Engine performance may be affected at altitudesabove 5000 feet. For operationat higher elevations,contactyour nearest Sears Service Center. in-lb$ Allen Wmnol Adjusting Valve Clearance After the firstfilly (50) hours of operation,you should adjust the valve clearance in the engine. Important: If you feel uncomfortableaboutdoing this procedure or you don't have the propertools, please take yourcleaning system in to the nearest service center to have the valve clearance adjusted. This is a very importantstep to insure the longest life for your engine. To adjustvalve clearance: • • • Make sure the engine is at roomtemperature. Make sure that the spark plug wire is removed from the spark plug and out of the way. Remove the breather tube from the valve cover. LooNn Jam Nut * Using a 10mm wrench, loosen the rockerarm jam nut. Use an 8ram allen wrench to tum the pivotball stud while checking clearance between the rocker arm and the valve stern with a feeler gauge. Correct clearance is 0.002-0.004 inch (0.050.1mm). Note: You must hold the rockerarm jam n_ in place as you turn the pivotball stud. , When valve clearance is correct, hold the pivotball stud in place with the allen wrench and tighten the rocker arm jam nut. Tighten the jam nut to 65-85 inch-poundstorque. After tighteningthe jam nut, recheck valve clearance to make sure ff did not change. Remove the four s_rews attaching the valve cover with a #2 or 3 phillipsscrewdriver. 14 • • Reattach the valve cover makingsure the gasket between the valve cover and cylinderhead is in place. Start all four screws before tighteningor you will not be able to get all the screws in place. Reattach the breather tube. • Reattach the spark plug wire to the spark plug. • Torque the bolts to 4.0 kg-m (22 ft-lb). • Torque sequence is as follows: A, B, C, D, E (star pattern). Retorque Head Bolts After the first 50 hours of operation,you must retorque the head boltsto 4.0 kg.-m. (22 ft.-Ibs.) Important: If you feel uncomfortableabout doing this procedure or you don't have the propertools, please take your cleaning system in to the nearest service center to have the valve clearance adjusted. This is a very important step to insure the longest life for your engine. jE A Note: Only perform this adjustmentafter first50 hours of operation. The head bolts will need no further adjustment. • Remove the four (4) screwsfrom the valve cover. • c Remove the valve cover and gasket. 15 AFTER EACH USE • Flush the chemical system by selecting a tank and run the cleaning system with nozzle in low pressure mode. Flush until each tank is empty, then switch the selector knob to the next tank. The last tank to be emptied must be the System Rinse tank. • Connect a 3-foot section of garden hose to the inlet adapter. Pour RV-Antifreeze (antifreeze without alcohol) into the hose. Pull the recoil handle twice. Water shouldnot remain in the unitfor long periods of time. Sediments of minerals can deposit on pump parts and "freeze" pump action. Follow these procedures after every use: • Flush the chemical system by selectingthe System Rinse tank and run the cleaning system with nozzle in low pressure mode. Flush for one minute or until the chemical is cleared from the system. Shut off the engine and let it cool, then remove all hoses. • ,_ • • CAUTION: Be sure the engine Run/Stop switch is in the "Stop" positionbeforeyou continue. Empty the pump of all pumped liquidsby pulling recoil handle about 6 times with the Run/Stop switch in the "Stop" position.This shouldremove mostof the liquid in the pump. Rotate the Dial-A-CleanerTM selectorknob to the OFF position. • Coil the high pressure hose and inspectit for damage. Cuts in the hose or fraying could result in leaks and loss of pressure. Should any damage be found, replace the hose. DO NOT attemptto repair a damaged hose. Replace the hose with the genuine Craftsman part. Drain water from hose and properlyhang it on the wire supportprovided. • Store system in a clean, dry area. A DANGER: Never store the engine with fuel in the gas tank indoorsor in enclosed,poorly ventilatedareas where fumes may reach an open flame, a spark, or pilot light. WINTER STORAGE ,_ CAUTION: You mustprotectyour unitfrom freezingtemperatures. Failure to do so will permanentlydamage your pumpand render your unitinoperable. LONG TERM STORAGE If you do not plan to use the cleaning system for more than 30 days, you mustprepare the engine for long term storage. It is importantto prevent gum deposits from formingin essentialfuel system parts such as the carb_Jretor,fuel filter,fuel hose or tank dudng storage. Also, experience indicates that alcohol-blended fu_ls (celled gasohol, ethanol or methanol) can attract moisture which leads to separation and formation of acids during storage. Acidicgas can damage the fuel system of an engine while in storage. p Protect Fuel System ,_ Remove all ga,sqlinefrom the fuel tank to prevent gum deposits from forming on these parts and causing possible malfunctionof engine. Run engine unUIengine stops from lack of fuel. Make sure you have water supply to pump inlet connected and turned ON. Change Oil While engine is stillwarm, drain oil from crankcase. Refillwith recommended grade. (See Changing Oil) Oil Cylinder Bore • To protectthe unit from freez_ tempaatums: • DANGER: Drainfrom fuel open into approved outdoors,away flame. Becontainer sure engine is cool. Do not smoke. Remove spark plug. Squid about I ounce (30 ml) of engine oil into the cylinder. Cover spark plug hole with rag. Crank engine slowly to distributeoil. _k CAUTION: Avoid spray from spark plug hole when crankingengine. Empty all chemical reservoirsas follows: a. Disconnecthose connectedto chemical inject fittingon the pump. Place end of hose into suitable container. • b. • Do not store gasolinefrom one season to another. • If possible, store your unit indoors and cover it to give protectionfrom dust and dirt. BE SURE TO EMPTY THE FUEL TANK. Move the selector knob to Tank A and open that tank's cover. Gravity shouldshortlyempty the tank contents into the container. c. When the tank is empty, repeat step (b) for tanks B and C. d. Reconnect the hose to the chemicalinject fitting on the pump. Add 0.5 literof clean fresh water to each tank and close tank's covers. Install spark plug. Do not connect spark plug wire. OTHER IMPORTANT: NEVER cover your cleaning system while engine and exhaust area are warm. 16 CAUSE PROBLEM CORRECTION Nozzlein lowpressuremode. Pump has followingproblems: failure to producepressure, or erratic pressure, chattering,loss of 1. pressure, low water volume. 3. Inadequate water supply 2. Water inlet is blocked. 4. 5. inlet hose is kinked or leaking Clogged water inlet screen. Twist chemical valve handle t. to place in low pressure mode. 2. Clear inlet 3. Provideadequate water flow at least 3 gem. 4. Straighten inlethose, patch leak. 5. Replace / clean water inlet screen. Water supply is over 140°F. 7. Outlet hose is blocked. 8. Outlet hose leaks. 9. Gun leaks. 6. Provide cooler water supply. 7. Clear blocksin outlet hose. 8. Replace outlet hose if leaking. 9. Replace O-ring or gun if 10. Nozzle is obstructed. necsssaq/. 10. Clear nozzle. 11. Contact Sears Service 6. 11. Pump is faulty. Department. 1. Detergent line is collapsed or kinked 1. Repair or replace detergent line. 2. Chemical tank filter is clogged. 3. Nozzle is in high pressure mode. 2. 3. Replace tank Twist chemical valve handle 4. Dial-a-Cleaner knob is in off position. 4. to place in low pressure mode. Rotate knob for desired chemical. Engine runs good when not spraying but dies when you beginto spray. Engine speed is too slow. Contact Sears Service Department. Engine _'ill net start; or starts and runs rough 1. 2. 3. 4. Detergent fails to mix. Dirtyair cleaner Out of gasoline. Stele gasoline. Spark plug wire not connected to spark plug. 5. Bad spark plug. 6. Water in gasoline. 7. Ovemhoking or flooded 1. Clean or replace air cleaner. 2. Fill fuel tank. 3. 4, Drain gas tank; fillwith fresh fuel. Connect wire to spark plug. 5. Replace spark plug. 6. Drain gas tank; fill with fresh fuel. 7. Set engine throttlecontrol lever to fast position,choke in mn 8. Excessivelyrich fuel mixture. position. 8. Contact Sears Service 9. Intake valve stuck open or closed. 9. 10. Engine has lostcompression. Department. Contact Sears Service Department. 10. Contact Sears Service Department. Engine shuts down during operation 1. 2. Out of gasoline. Air filter dirty Engine lacks power. Dirtyair filter. 1. Fill fuel tank. 2. Replace Air filter. Replace air filter. 17 18 Generac Power Systems GN 220, 7.8HP, Model # EHC 04048-0 8 6 5 9 31 14 "A" I0 12 ou_K GR_. 21 _ 523 37-_! 17 27 2O I 24 29 22 Item B_c!__ Otv 7 8 9 78653 85272 84195 1 1 1 10 11 12 85620 00285271 84329 1 1 1 13 14 15 16 17 18 00185271 22097 82981 81675 84274 87221A 1 2 2 1 1 1 19 20 21 22 45756 72347 86962 85953 1 1 1 1 Run/Stop Switch L.E.D. Assembly Low Oil Shutdown Decal Black Sleeving Black Wire Assembly 3-pin Male Connector Housing White Wire Assembly M6 Lock Washer M6 x 30mm Screw Ignition Coil Tinnerman Clamp Low Oil Shutdown Module M6 x 10ram Screw Spark Plug Governor Lever Wear Washer 19 23 24 A9311 83512 1 1 25 26 78604 89230 1 1 27 29 30 31 32 33 34 83503 86384 86037 36701 22152 23897 A9567 35 A9568 1 36 37 38 36919 22264 A9943 1 1 1 Adjust Screw M8 x 15mm Taptite Screw 60 Hz. Governor Spring M8-1.25 x 35mm Capscrew M5 Lock Nut Governor Rod Anti-lash Spring PHMS 10-32 x 1/2" Lockwasher,#10 Flatwasher,#10 Bracket, Pivot/ Adjustment Bracket, Governor Weldment PHMS 8--32 x 5/8" Lockwasher#8 Clamp, Bowden Generac Power Systems GN 220, 7.8HP, Model # EHC 04048-0 36 7 28 46 17 33 18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 78621 76389 88411 A8897A 77168 88057 76390 83337A 78658 78659 89213J A7637 81695 A8929 78645 A7811 72683 98752 89096 88156 A8822 78691 A57-/2 A5776 74908 1 1 1 1 5 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 !_ aem _ c_v Control Rod Assembly Piston Pin Piston Ring Set Gear Cover Assembly M8 x 52ram Head Bolt Piston Pin Retainer Ring Tapered Crankshaft Assm. Governor=R" Pin GovernorArm Thrust Washer Crankcase Assm. Governor Arm Oil Seal Govemor Gear Assembly Governor Gear .C-Ring Govemor Spool 1/8" NPT Pipe Plug Camshaft Assembly Crankcase Gasket Valve Stem Seal Cylinder Head Gasket Oil Pressure Relief Cover Oil Pressure Spring 11/32" Ball M5 Form Screw 26 27 78606 76361 4 1 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 89230 99922 A1720 88401 84186 83192 86254 21705B 90082 90081 88396A 83235 80336 96362 77161 77160 76307 88403 72657 88412 76329 21944E 6 1 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 1 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 2O Lo_a M6-1 .Ox 12mm Screw Govemor Gear Thrust Washer M8-1.25 x 35mm Screw Spring Washer Valve Spring Retainer Valve Spring Valve SpringWear Washer Geroter Set =O" Ring Cylinder Head Assembly Exhaust Valve Intake Valve Push Rod Tappet Oil Pick-upAssembly Rocker Cover Gasket Pivot Ball Stud GN-190/220 Rocker Arm Rocker Arm Jam Nut Push Rod Guide Plate 1/4" NPT Pipe Plug Rocker Cover Assembly Plastic Oil Fill Plug Complete Long Block Generac Power Systems GN 220, 7.8HP, Model # EHC 04048-0 47 / 40 Item _ ow 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 90947 90051 57058 80318 80316 20136 22097 49813 21202 1 1 1 1 2 1 2 2 1 40 41 42 36935 80303 21201 2 1 1 43 44 45 46 47 48 21203 21200 66476 59635 78601 78602 1 1 1 1 1 1 41 DescriDtior! Breather Hose Manifold Head Gasket M6 x 55mm Capscrew M6 x 25ram Capscrew M6 x 30mm Screw Intake Manifold M6 Lock Washer M6 Hex Nut Carburetor/Air Box Gasket #10-32 x 3/4" Screw Canal Cover Carburetor/Manifold Gasket Carburetor Air Cleaner Base M6 x 12mm Capscrew #8 x 3/8" PlasUta Screw Air Filter Precleaner 21 48 / Generac Power Systems GN 220, 7.8HP, Model # EHC 04048-0 1 I 79 j 2--1 9O 3 80 / 81 4 .era P_a[t__ otv 1 2 3 4 5 6 94820 91848 84982 92978 99236 70185 1 1 1 2 1 1 lt.ean Pa_# _]atLoJz Expansion Plug Oil Filter Gasket Oil Filter Adapter M6 x 20mm Screw Oil Pressure Switch Oil Filter 78 79 80 81 90 82774 SRV77182E 83312 81810 A2.842 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92984 45756 78609 78608A 90695A 89739 66476 A,?.799 A2842 78651C QtX 1 1 1 1 1 Description Woodruff Key Rywheel (220cc) Conical Washer M16 Hex Nut Recoil Cup 91 84 \ 86 88 83 22 Qtv 1 4 2 1 1 1 9 1 1 1 DeseriDtion Top Wrapper M6 x 10ram Screw Cover Bolt Air Box Cover Blower Housing Lower Wrapper M6 x 12mm Capscrew Recoil Assembly Recoil Cup Backplate Generac Power Systems GN 220, 7.8HP, Model # EHC 04048-0 59 Rein Pa_# 55 57 58 59 60 61 83512 95213 77395 95214 30340 48031C 2 1 2 1 12" 1 23 M6 x 15 Taptite Tank Bracket M6 Flange Nut Tank Cradle 1/4" ID Hose Hose Clamp Craftsman 3000 PSi Cleaning System 580.768050 Pump 31 30 1_6 I 4 9 10 3 25 14 16 18 19 2O 37 4° 9 36 24 Craftsman 3000 PSI Cleaning System 580.768050 Pump Rein P_a[L _ern 1 2 3 B2218 B2260 94738 1 1 1 4 5 6 7 93887 96400 99735 93652 1 3 1 1 8 93876 1 9 Order B2480 3 16 11 12 13 Order B2480 Order B4123 Order 134123 97027 3 3 3 3 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 96137 95138 B2665 93874 B3769 46580 95320 1 1 6 6 1 3 1 21 93644 1 22 B2668 1 O-RING, 1.625 x .103 ADAPTOR, Engine WASHER, Beelleville 16 x 2.7 NUT, Jam M16 x 1.5 SPRING, Piston Return ASSY., Oil Breather/FUl SPRING, Thermal ByPass O-RING, 2.9 x 6.5 x 1.78 SEAL, High PrsssuTe PTFE RING, Bearing Seal RING, Hytdle Back-Up O-RING, 2.6 x 26.6 ID TOWER, High Pressure Port PLUG, 1/6 x 28 NPT HEAD, (Brass with Tap) WASHER, Steel Special SHCS, M8 x 1.25 x 75 ASSY., Unloader SHCS, M6 x 1 x 45 CONNECTOR, Garden Hose ACTUATOR, Thermal By-Pass GASKET, Head 23 95416 1 24 25 40945 93790 6 1 26 95165 1 27 28 29 30 B22.61B B2217 SRV97672V ...... 4 4 0 1 31 ...... 1 32 33 34 ...... B2480 ...... 1 0 3 35 36 ...... ...... 1 3 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 ...... B3508 ...... ...... B4123 ._ ...... B4124 ...... 3 0 3 1 0 6 0 1 25 PISTON, Thermal ByPass SHCS, M6 x 1 x 20 O-RING, 114 x 119 x 2.6 ADAPTOR, Tapered Engine Shaft SCREW, 5/16 x 3/4 O-RING, .239 x .070 KIT, AXIAL CAM ASSY., Beadng Roller Thrust 15.5 CAM, Axial 2.5G/5.5 Race BEARING, Roller Thrust KIT, PISTON REPAIR ASSY., Ceramic Piston & Cap SHOE, Piston Pivot SEAL, Oil Piston 15 TC4 SEAL, Piston"U" Cup KIT, CRANKCASE SPACER, Pilot ASSY., CRANKCASE KIT, CHECK VALVE ASSY., Check Valve KIT, SPACER PLATE ASSY+,Spacer Plate Craftsman Main Unit 3000 PSI Cleaning System 580.768050 26 Craftsman Main Unit 3000 PSI Cleaning System 580.768050 _ _ 1I._31._!!!_! ow 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 B3608A 30809 B3576 B3599 B3695 B3222A B3222B B3222C B3222D 1 4 1 4 8 1 1 1 1 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 B3376B 96307 86292 B3311 B3721 B3377 EB3115 1 1 4 1 1 3 1 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 91526 49226 51716 B3306 B3840A B3840B B3840C B3840D B3601C 48031G EB3620 B2071 2 2 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 4 1 2 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 42909 40976 89476 83071 83208 39414 66476 B1436A 134341 B3589 B3454 B3604 B1748 ES3618 B3591 B3636 132508 AB3061 B2730 B3735 B4270 96207A 70453 67989 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 75 76 77 21216 21217 NSP 1 _.1 1 30 31 32 B't779 B2347 31669 2 2 1 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 46476 B2759 B1460 30340C 96193 48031C 95549 94994 96002 96001 21545 B1288 B4140 88521 75402 52858 27007 2 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 4 4 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 78 79 80 81 82 83 900 52857 A1701 B3706 38750 97098 21424 NSP 2 1 1 2 1 1 1 50 50190 2 LINK, ThrottleControl GROMMET, Rubber DECAL, Control Panel 1210 ASSY., Chemical Tank 1 Gal. BOLT, 1/4" - 20 with Washer CAP, Chem Container "A" CAP, Chem Container _B" CAP, Chem Container "C" CAP, Chem Container "Water" TAG, System Flush Water DECAL, 1-800 Number SELF DRILL, 10 - 16 x 3,'4" SCRE-3N,Plastite HANDLE, 4-Way Valve SCREW, Plastite #8 x .75" PANEL, Control Powder Green PPHMS, M5 - 0.8 x 12 LOCK WASHER, M5 NUT, Hex M5 - 0.8 ASSY., Sub 4-Way Valve HOSE, Chemical =A"- 10" HOSE, Chemical "B" - 12" HOSE, Chemical "C" - 14" HOSE, Chemical=D" - 14" HOSE, Chemical Pump 6.0" CLAMP, Hose 3/16" HANDLE, Powder Green NUT, 1/4" - 20 Flange Locking COVER, Hinge END CAP, Tube BOLT, 1/4"-20 x 1-3/4" Carriage CAPLUG, Tubing HOOK, Square Neck Gun CAP, Vinyl Black HOSE, .25" ID VALVE, Fuel Shut-Off HOSE, Clamp Band 112" CAP, Fuel TANK, 1 Gal Fuel BUSHING, Tank BOLT, M6 - 1.0 x 21 Shoulder SHIELD, Heat TAG, Breather Cap AXLE ROD, 1/2" x 24.65" WHEEL PUSHNUT, 1/2" NUT, M8 - 1.25 Locking MOUNT, Vibration Donut Type FLAT WASHER, M8 Ilern _ HHCS, M8 x 1.25 x 30 SHCS, M8 - 1.25 x 20 GASKET, Exhaust MUFFLER BRACKET, Muffler HHCS, M8 - 1.25 x 35 HHCS/LW, M6 - 1.0 x 12 GUN, Molded Grip KIT, Nozzles KIT, 3 Pak Concentrate KIT, Chemical Tags MANUAL ASSY., Dual Lance Ext. CRADLE, Powder Ct Green VIDEO HOSE, 3/8" x 50' KIT, Cleaning Nozzle OIL BOTTLE KIT, Maintenance NUT,Water Inlet DECAL, Start Instruction' DECAL, Recoil TAG, Warning Oil NUT, Hex LockingFlange M8 - 1.25 MOUNT, Rubber Shock MOUNT, Rubber Shock ASSY., Pump (See Pump ExplodedView) NUT, M6 - 1.0 Locking BRACKET, Pump Support HOSE, Water Inlet HHCS, M6 1.0 x 30 CAP, Garden Hose Inlet CONNECTOR, Garden Hose ENGINE, Generac Power Systems GN 220, Model # EHC 04O48 Optional Accessories Not Illustrated: 71-74400 Heavy Duty Turbo Nozzle 71-74401 25' 3/8" Replacement Extension Hose 71-75116 O Ring Repair Kit Garden Hose Quick Connect 71-75187 71-75197 AccessoryQuick Connect Kit 71-75199 Rotating Brush Deck Wash 71-74301 71-74302 Vehicle Wash 71-74303 Degreaser House Wash 71-74300 71-76430 Floor/SidingBrush 71-76431 UtilityBrush 27 CALIFORNIA AND FEDERAL EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT As the ULGE engine owner, you should be aware that Sears may deny any and/or all warranty coverage or responsibilityif your ULGE engine or a pad/componentof it has failed due to abuse, neglect, impropermaintenance, unapproved modifications,or the use of counterfeitand/or 'grey-market' parts not made, supplied or approved by the odginal equipment manufacturer. Your Warranty Rights and Obligations The Califomia Air Resources Board (CARB), United States EnvironmentalProtectionAgency (EPA), and Sears Roebuck and Co. USA (Sears) are pleased to explain the emissionscontrol system wananty on your 1997 and later utilityand lawn and garden equipment engine. New Utilityand Lawn and Garden Equipment (ULGE) engines must be designed, built, and equipped to meet both the State of Californiaand Federal stringentanti-smog standards. Sears must warrant the emissioncontrolsystem on your ULGE engine for the pedods of time listed below provided there has been no abuse, neglect, or improper maintenance of your ULGE engine. You are responsiblefor presenting your ULGE engine to a Sears authorized service center as soon as a problemoccurs. Warranty repairs should be completed in a reasonable amount of time, not to exceed 30 days. If you have any questions regardingyour warranty dghtsand responsibilities,you should contact your nearest authorized service center or call Sears at 1800-473-7247. The emissionscontrolsystem may includeparts such as the carburetor,ignitionand exhaust systems. When a warrantable conditionoccurs, Sears will repair your lawn and garden equipment engine at no cost to you. Expenses covered under warranty include diagnosis,replacement parts and labor. Warranty Commencement Date The warranty peded begins on the date the ULGE engine is delivered to the original, end-use purchaser. Lengthof Coverage Sears warrants to the initialowner and each subsequentpurchaser that the engine is free from defects in materials and workmanship which cause the failure of a warranted part for a period of two Manufacturer's Warranty Coverage The 1997 and later ULGE engines are warrantedfor two years. If any emission related componentor system on your engine (as listed below) is found to be defective, repairs or replacement will be performedby an authodzed Sears service center. Owner's years. What is Covered Repair or Replacement of Parts Warranty ResponsibiliUes Repair or replacement of any warranted part will be performedat no charge to the owner at an approved Sears service center. If you have any questions regardingyour warranty fights and responsibilities, you shouldcontact your nearest authorized service center or call Sears at 1-800-473-7247. As the ULGE engine owner, you are responsiblefor the completionof all required maintenance as listed in your factory suppliedOwner's Manual. For warranty purposes Sears recommendsthat you retain all receipts coveringmaintenance on your ULGE engine. However, Sears cannot deny warranty solelybecause of the lack of receiptsor for your failure to ensure the completion of all scheduled maintenance. 28 Warranty How to Rle a Claim Period Any warranted part which is not scheduled for replacement as required maintenance shall be warranted for 2 years. Any warranted part which is scheduled only for regular inspection and/or has instructions to the effect of =repair or replace as necessary _ shall also be warranted for 2 years. Any warranted part which is scheduled for replacement as required maintenance shall be warranted either for the pedod of time up to its first scheduled replacement, or for 2 years, whichever comes sooner. If you have any questions regardingyour warranty rightsand responsibilities,you shouldcontact your nearest authorized service center or call Sears at 1800-473-7247. Where to get Warranty Service warranty services or repairs shall be providedat all Sears authorized service centers. Maintenance, Replacement and Repair of Emission Related Parts Diagnosis When the ULGE engine is inspected by an authorized Sears service center, the owner shall not be held responsiblefor diagnosticcostsif the repair is deemed warrantable. Any Sears approved replacement part used in the performanceof any warranty maintenance or repair on emission related parts willbe providedwithout charge to the owner if the part is under warranty. Consequential Emission Control Warranty Parts List Damages Sears may be liable for damages to other engine componentscaused by the failure of a warranted part if the failed part was stillunder warranty. 1. Fuel Metering System: a. Carburetorassembly b. Fuel filter What is not covered 2. Air InductionSystem: a. Intake manifold b. Air cleaner Owner Responsibilities Any failures caused by abuse, neglect, or improper maintenance will not be covered. 3. CatalyticMuffler Assembly (if so equipped), including: Add-O_ or Modified Parts a. Muffler gasket b. Exhaust manifold The use of add-on, unauthorizedor modifiedparts constitutes sufficient reasonfor denial of submitted warranty repairs, Sears will not be held liable for repairsof this type. 4. IgnitionSysta_ a. Spark plug b. Ignitionmodule 5. Crankcase Breather Tube 29 For in-home major brand repair service: Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week 1-800-4-MY-HOME" Para pedir servicio de reparaci6n (1-800-469-4663) a domicilio- t-800-676-5811 In Canada for all your service and parts needs call - 1-800-665-4455 Au Canada pour tout le service ou les pi6ces For the repair or replacement parts you need: Call 7 am - 7 pm, 7 days a week 1-800-366-PART (1-800-366-7278) Para ordenar piezas con entrega a domicilio - 1-800-659-7084 For the location of a Sears Parts and Repair Center in your area: Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a Week 1-800-488-1222 For information on purchasing a Sears Maintenance Agreement or to inquire about an existing Agreement: Call 9 am - 5 pm, Monday - Saturday 1-800-827-6655 SEARS HomeCentrar TheServiceSideof Sears"