Craftsman 919.762000 Operating instructions

SEARS
OWNERS
MANUAL
MODEL
NO.
919.762000
CRRFTSMRN.
6HP 2000 PSI 2 GPM
HIGH PRESSURE POWER
WASHER
• This product is not equipped with a spark arresting muffler. If the product will be used around flammable materials, or
on land covered with materials such as agricultural crops, forest, brush, grass, or other similar items, then an approved
spark arrester must be installed and is legally required in the state of California. It is a violation of Califomia statutes
section 130050 and/or sections 4442 and 4443 of the Califomia Public Resources Code, unless the engine is equipped
with a spark arrester, as defined in section 4442, and maintained in effective working order. Spark arresters are also
required on some U.S. Forest service land and may also be legally required under other statutes and ordinances.
Engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals
other reproductive harm.
Sears,
16256
919.762000
7/t/97
Roebuck
and
Co.,
known, in certain quantities, to cause cancer, birth defects or
Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179
U.S.A.
TABLE OF CONTE S
Safety Guidelines ...........................................................................................
Operating
Instructions ...........................................
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Box Contents .....................................................................................................
Assembly
3-4
Instructions .............................................................................
5
6
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Prestart Instructions ..........................................................................................
7
Starting Instructions .........................................................................................
7
High Pressure Instructions ..... ..........................................................................
8
Using-Soap/Chemicals
8
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Nozzle Cleaning ...............................................................................................
8
Trouble Shooting ..............................................................................................
9
Pump Breakdown ...........................................................................................
10
Parts List ..........................................................................................................
11
Pressure Washer Breakdown ..........................................................................
12
Parts List ..........................................................................................................
13
Warranty/Repair/Replacement
Parts ..............................................
2
Back Cover
SAFETY
GUIDELINES
This manual contains information
that is important for you to know
and understand. This information
relates
to protecting
YOUR
SAFETY
and
PREVENTING
EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS. To help
you recognize this information, we
use the symbols to the right. Please
read the manual and pay attention
to these sections.
- DEFINITIONS
IA CAUTIONI
! _ DANGERI
URGENT SAFETY INFORMATION
- A
HAZARD THAT Wl II CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
I A WARNING
Information
that
special attention
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
-A
HAZARD THAT MIGHT CAUSE SERIOUS
INJURY OR LOSS OF LIFE.
you should
to.
NOTE
pay
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InformaUon for preventing damage
to equipment.
IMPORTANT
SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS
" SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
"
IMPROPER OPERATION OR MAINTENANCE OF THIS PRODUCT COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY AND PROPERTY
DAMAGE. READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL WARNINGS AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE USING
HAZARD
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RISK OF EXPLOSION
OR FIRE
•
•
•
•
CAN HAPPEN
Spilled gasoline and it's vapors can
become ignitedfrom cigarette sparks,
electrical arcing, exhaust gases, and
hot engine components such as the
muffler.
Heat will expand fuel in the tank which
could result in spillage.
Operating the pressure washer in an
explosive environmentcould result in a
fire.
Materials placed against or near the
pressure washer can interfere with its
proper ventilation features causing
overheating and possible ignitionof
the materials.
Improperlystored fuel could lead to
accidental ignition. Fuel impropedy
secured could get into the hands of
children or other unqualified persons.
• Shut off engine and allow it to cool
before adding fuel to the tank.
• Use care in filling tank to avoid spilling
fuel. Move pressure washer away from
fueling area before starting engine.
• Keep maximum fuel level ½" below top
of tank to allow for expansion.
• Operate and fuel equipment in well
ventilated areas free from obstructions.
Equip areas with fire extinguishers
suitable for gasoline fires.
• Never operate pressure washer in an
area containing dry brush or weeds.
Breathing exhaust fumes will cause
serious injury or death.
• Operate pressure washer in a well
ventilated area. Avoid enclosed areas
such as garages, basements ,etc.
• Never operate unit in a location
occupied by humans or animals.
• Use only cleaning fluids specifically
recommended for high pressure
washers. Followmanufacturers
recommendations.
RISK TO BREATHING
Some cleaning fluids contain substances which could cause injuryto
skin, eyes, or lungs.
RISK OF UNSAFE
OPERATION
HOW TO PREVENT IT
• Unsafe operation of your pressure
washer could lead to serious injury or
death to you or others.
• The spray gun/wand is a powerful
cleaning tool that could look like a toy
to a child.
Reactive force of spray will cause gun/
wand to move, and could cause the
operator to slip or fall, or misdirect the
spray. Improper control of gun/wand
can result in injuries to self and others.
3
Store fuel in container approved for
gasoline, in a secure location away
from work area.
• Become familiar with the operation and
controls of the pressure washer.
• Keep children away from the pressure
washer at all times.
• Never defeat the safety features of this
product.
• Do not operate machine with missing,
broken, or unauthorizedparts.
• Never leave wand unattended while
unit is running.
• Keep work area free of obstacles.
• Stand on a stable surface and grip gun/
wand firmly. Expect the gun to kick
when triggered.
IMPORTANT
INSTRUCTIONS
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WHAT CAN HAPPEN
HAZARD
RISK OF INJURY
SPRAY
SAFETY
FROM
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HOW TO PREVENT
IT
• High velocity fluid spray can cause
objects to break, propelling particles at
high speed.
• Light or unsecured objects can become
hazardous projectiles.
• Always wear ANSI approved Z87 safety
glasses. Wear protective clothing to
protect against accidental spraying.
• Never point wand at, or spray people or
animals.
• Always secure trigger lock when wand is
not in service to prevent accidental
operation.
• Never permanently secure trigger in pull
back (open)position.
• Spray directed at electrical outlets or
switches, or objects connected to an
electrical circuit, could result in a fatal
electrical shock.
• Unplug any electrically operated product
before attempting to clean it. Direct spray
away from electric outlets and switches.
ELECTRICAL
RISK
OF
SHOCK
RISK TO FLUID
INJECTION
Your washer operates at fluid pressures
and velocities high enoughto penetrate
human and animal flesh, which could
resultin amputation or other serious
injury. Leaks caused by loosefittings or
worn or damaged hoses can result
in injectioninjuries. DO NOT TREAT
FLUID INJECTION AS A SIMPLE CUT!
See a physician immediately!
Relieve system pressure before attempting maintenance or disassembly of
equipment.
RISK OF CHEMICAL
BURN
• Use of acids, toxic or corrosive
chemicals, poisons, insecticides, or any
kind of flammable solvent with this
product could result in serious injury or
death.
• Never place hands in front of nozzle.
• Direct spray away from self and others.
• Make sure hose and fittings are tightened
and ingood condition. Never hold onto
the hose or fittings during operation.
• Do not allow hose to contact muffler.
• Never attach or remove wand or hose
fittingswhile system is pressurized.
Use only hose and high pressure
accessories rated for 2000 PSI service.
To relieve system pressure, shut off
engine, tum off water supply, and pull gun
trigger until water stops flowing.
Do not use acids, gasoline, kerosene, or
any other flammable materials in this
product. Use only household detergents,
cleaners and degreasers recommended
for use in pressure washers.
• Wear protective clothing to protect
eyes and skin from contact with sprayed
materials.
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• Contact with hot surfaces, such as
engines exhaust components, could
result in serious bum.
RISK OF HOT SURFACES
GLOSSARY
During operation, touch only the control
surfaces of the pressure washer. Keep
children away from the pressure washer
at all times. They may not be able to
recognize the hazards of this product.
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Operating unit with water supply shut-off
without flow of water will result in
PSh Unit of measure, pounds per square inch.
FLOW RATE: This is the amount of water that passes
through your wand. (Usually measured in G.P.M.,
gallons per minute).
PRESSURE WASHER PUMP: Delivers high water
pressure. Pressure washer pump is shipped with oil.
No oil should be added to this pump.
Engine:
Gasoline powered engine drives pump.
Engine is shipped with oil. See Manufacturers Owner's
Manual for oil recommendations.
equipment
damage.
BYPASS MODE: This pertains to the time that the
pressure washer is running without the trigger on the
gun engaged to spray. You should never run this
pressure washer for more than 2 minutes without
pulling the triggerto allow coolwaterto enterthe pump
and the heated (recirculated) water to exit. Running the
pressure washerwith water supply shut-offwould void
your warranty.
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THE POWERFUL
SPRAY FROM YOUR PRESSURE
WASHER
IS CAPABLE
OF CAUSING
DAMAGE TO FRAGILE SURFACES
SUCH AS; WOOD, GLASS, AUTOMOBILE
PAINT,
AUTO STRIPPING
AND TRIM, AND DELICATE OBJECTS SUCH AS FLOWERS
AND
SHRUBS.
BEFORE SPRAYING,
CHECK THE ITEM TO BE CLEANED
TO ASSURE
YOURSELF
THAT IT IS ROBUST ENOUGH TO RESIST DAMAGE FROM THE FORCE OF
THE SPRAY. AVOID THE USE OF THE CONCENTRATED
SPRAY STREAM EXCEPT FOR
VERY STRONG SURFACES
LIKE CONCRETE
AND STEEL.
OPERATING
UNIT WITH WATER SUPPLY SHUT-OFF
WITHOUT
FLOW OF WATER
WILL RESULT IN EQUIPMENT
DAMAGE. YOU SHOULD NEVER RUN THIS PRESSURE
WASHER FOR MORE THAN 2 MINUTES WITHOUT
PULLING THE
TRIGGER
TO
ALLOW COOL WATER TO ENTER THE PUMP AND THE HEATED (RECIRCULATED)
WATER TO EXIT. RUNNING THE PRESSURE
WASHER WITH WATER SUPPLY SHUTOFF WOULD VOID YOUR WARRANTY.
OPERATING
INSTRUCTIONS
Quick Reference
Guide
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ASSEMBLY
INo_IRUCTIONS
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_STARTING
P.
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fence Below Right)
• Connect
mect Handle to Frame
• Connect
mect Wand to Gun
mh High Pressure Hose
=ch Water Source (Garden
• Attach
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PRESTART
INSTRUCTIONS
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; _ank
Engine Oil
On
"for
Leaks
5
2SECONDSBETWEENEACHPUSH I
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_NOTE: If engine doesn't
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BOX CONTENTS
Hose
Handle
Wand/Nozzle
Gun
Chemical Hose
Wand, Rotary
ASSEMBLY
INSTRUCTIONS
Tighten
Knob
by Tuming
Connect
Handle
to Frame
Connect Wand
to Gun
Attach High
Pressure Hose
Discharge
Fitting
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Front View
Garden
Hose
(Garden
Hose)
6
PRESTART
INSTRUCTIONS
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Fill Gas Tank
Turn Water
Source On
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Check for Leaks
Check
Engine
Oil
• Be sure the engine is in a level position.
• Remove the oil filler cap.
• To check oil level, check to ensure oil is to full
mark on the dipstick.
• If the level is low, add oil to the full mark with
30 weight detergent oil.
• Reinstall the oil filler cap/dipstick.
STARTING
1 SLIDE
Leaking from Water Inlet Source
Does Not Affect Performance
INSTRUCTIONS
THROTTLE
CONTROL
TO RUN POSITION
2 PUSH
PRIMER BULB
3 TIMES-WAIT
2 SECOND
BETWEEN EACH PUSH
3 PULL
START
(NOTE: If engine doesn't
start right away, trigger gun
to depressurize the unit)
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INSTRUCTIONS
HIGH PRESSURE
Push Nozzle Forward
for Low Pressure
OPEN (318" GAP)
to Draw Chemical
This Pressure
Washer is Preset
at
the Factory to
Achieve
Maximum
Pressure
at Full
Throttle
CLOSED (1/8" GAP)
for High Pressure
O=€>"
Pull Back Nozzle
for High Pressure
L/
0° Degree Narrow
Spray Pattem Greatest
Cleaning Impact Tum
Counterclockwise
60 ° Degree Wide
Spray Pattem Greatest.Cleaning Coverage
Tum Clockwise
1. The power washer spray pattem may be adjusted by rotating the nozzle head, clockwise or
counterclockwise.
2. For the narrowest
spray pattem (greatest cleaning impact), rotate nozzle head counterclockwise.
3. For widest spray pattem (greatest cleaning coverage), rotate nozzle head clockwise.
USING
Excessive
soap concentration
NOTE:
For chemical
SOAP/CHEMICALS
does not necessarily
power.
Follow chemical manufacturer's
recommendations
improve
cleaning
label & safety directions!
specific to your application,
contact your local
janitorial supply or chemical manufacturer.
Use EX-CELL 5000 (Formulated for EX-CELL Pressure Washers) Or Contact Your Local Janitorial
or Chemical Supplier for Recommendations
for Your Specific Application.
NOZZLE
CLEANING
1. Remove wand from gun by unscrewing at coupler.
2. Open the adjustable nozzle at the end of the wand to the 0 position by
tuming counterclockwise.
(See Diagram 1). This will allow maximum
accessibility to clean the nozzle. Be careful not to damage metal
spray fins.
3. Insert the nozzle cleaning wire or straightened paper clip into the
nozzle odfice. Move gently in and out to clear blockage from nozzle.
(SeeDiagram
Diagram I
Nozzle Fins Open
2).
4. Flush water through the nozzle backwards
with garden hose.
Diagram 2
Insert Cleaning Tool
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TROUBLE
SHOOTING
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
SOLUTION
Engine won't start
Engine throttle is in "OFF" Position
Slide throttle to "Run" position.
Primer bulb hasn't been pushed
Push primer bulb 3 times, waiting 2 seconds between
pushes.
Pressure build up after initial use
i
Depress trigger gun
ill
Won't Draw
Chemical
Nozzle not in chemical draw position
Push nozzle forward at end of wand.
Chemical screen is obstructed
Check chemical screen, clean of obstructed.
Chemical screen not working
Make sure chemical screen is submerged in chemical/
water
Chemical injector orifice obstructed or stuck
Check and clean
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Pump running
normally but
pressure does
not achieve
rated values.
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Check water supply and filter screen for blockage. Check
hoses for blockage, kinks, leaks, etc..
Nozzle is in low PSI position
Nozzle incorrector worn
Pump suckingair
Nozzle blocked
Pull nozzle
position.
at end of wand back to the high pressure
Check and replace.
Check that hoses and fitting are air tight.
Clean nozzle.
ill
IIIII
Pump sucking air
Fluctuating
Pressure
Garden hose inlet strainer clogged
Check that hoses and fittings are air tight. Purge air from garden
hose.
Wom Seals or Packing.
Clean. Check filter frequently.
Inadequate water supply.
Check and replace
Fouled or dirty inlet or discharge valves.
Check flow available to pump. Check for excessive
Leaky discharge hose.
Clean inlet and discharge valve assemblies.
heat 145 ° F
Replace if damaged.
iii
Pressure drops
after period of
normal use
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Clean or replace.
Nozzle clogged, partially obstructed
Nozzle wom
Check and replace.
Valves wom, dirty or stuck
Check, clean or replace.
Wom piston packing
Check and replace.
iiii
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Pump noisy
iiiiiii
iii
ii
Water too hot
Reduce temperature below 63° C or 145° F.
Pump sucking air
Check that hoses and fittings are air tight.
Valves dirty or wom
Check, clean or replace.
Wom bearings
Check and replace if necessary.
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Presence of
water in oil (Oil
milky) Water
dripping
from pump
High humidity
Piston packing and oil seal wom
Water dripping
from
pump
Fittings Loose
Tighten
O-rings of piston guide or retainer wom
Check and replace.
Piston packing wom
Check and replace.
iii
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iiiii
Oil Dripping
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Water supply restricted
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Change Oil.
Check and replace oil seals.
ii
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Oil seal worn
Check and replace
Loose drain plug or worn drain plug o-ring.
Tighten drain plug or replace O-ring. Do not over torque.
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PUMP BREAKDOWN
10
SERVICE
KITS
KEY#
DESCRIPTION
REF.
COMPONENTS
KEY #
DESCRIPTION
REF.
COMPONENTS
16286
OIL SEAL KIT
3
VENTED VALVE
16309
UNLOADERSTEM
22
(_RING
[2050]
10
O-RING [117]
24
O-RING
[108]
16
O-RING[80]
33
O-RING [2025]
18
19
O-RING [114]
OILSIGHTGLASS
63
69
16287
16288
16289
16290
16304
16305
16306
16307
58
59
60
PLUNGERKIT
48
BACK-RING FOR O-RING [10_
OIL SEAL
49
50
O-RING [2056]
BY-PAS VALVE BODY
OIL FILL CAP
53
BY-PAS PISTON
54
55
BACK-RING FOR O-RING [20:
SPACER
56
PRESSURE REG. SCREW
57
PRESSURE REG. NUT
62
RN
RIM3
PISTON
SPRING
WOBBLE PLATE/
11
BEARING KIT
12
NEEDLE BEARING
22
O-RING [2050]
13
WOBBLE PLATE
24
O-RING [108]
14
CAP
15
BEARING DISC
27
28
O-RING [15X2]
MANIFOLD
30
SCREW
20
CONNECTION RING
31
CHEMICALSPRING
NUT
32
BALL STAINLESS STEEL
21 •
INLETEXTENSION
23
UNDERCAP
33
34
O-RING [2025]
CHEMICALDOSING
BODY
77
WASHER
78
80
O-RING [140]
GASKETW/FILTER
35
36
O-RING [2031]
CHEMICALDOSING
SCREW
37
NO RETURN VALVE
38
SPRING
43
UNDERPLUG
39
INJECTOR NOZZLE
78
81
O-RING [14X2]
OUTLETEXTENSION
40
O-RING [8X2]
41
42
O-RING [2037]
INJECTIONN/PPLE
65
67
(_RING [2093]
O-RING
44
45
SCREWTCEL[M5X3012K]
BY PASS PIN
76
O-RING [22X 14X1,5]
46
VALVE SEAT PLATE
47
VALVE
48
BACK-RING [FOR O-RING 1 (
49
50
O-RING [2056]
BY-PASS VALVE
51
PLUG
INLET EXTENSION
OUTLET EXTENSION
PACKINGKIT
VALVE
KIT
UNLOADERCHECK
INJECTOR REPAIR
KIT
KIT
BEARING DISC
16310
MANIFOLD
ASSEMBLY
O-RING [2050]
VALVE
68
79
O-RING [12X2]
WASHER
52
BALL STAINLESS
37
NO RETURN VALVE
53
BY-PAS PISTON
38
SPRING
39
INJECTOR NOZZLE
54
55
BACK-RING [FOR O-RING 2f
SPACER
40
O-RING [8X2]
56
PRESSURE REG. SCREW
41
42
O-RING [2037]
INJE_NIPPLE
57
PRESSURE REG. NUT
62
O-RING
[2015]
75
O-RING [5X2]
75
O-RING
[5X2]
82
PIN [M2Xl0]
31
CHEMICALSPRING
32
BALL STAINLESS
16302
HEAD,BRASS
16311
MANIFOLD
15955
COMPLETE
PUMP
73
STEEL
16308
UNLOADERSET
SEA
25
26
35
O-RING [2031]
62
O-RING [2015]
46
VALVE SEAT PLATE
47
VALVE SEAT
52
BALL STAINLESS
41
O-RING [2037]
11
28
PUMP ASSY.
BODY
STEEL
PRESSURE
WASHER
)4
8
92 -_i I---
90
89
12
BREAKDOWN
PARTS LIST
KEY #
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
PART NUMBER
DESCRIPTION
16272
C042
15226
W137
16303
15223
15231
15972
16273
16257
AD187
H040.
WA100
15227
H128
16270
Handle
Knob, 5116
Tire, Semi, 8xl 314
Nut, Pal, 1/2
Label, Hot Surface
Foot, 2xl
Hose, Chemical
Cap, 5/16
Frame
Label, Craftsman
Label, Waming
Hose, 1/4x25 ft.
Wand, Rotary
Lance, Multi-Reg.
Gun, 1/4 Male
Oil, 27 oz., 30 Wt.
Not Illustrated
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Owners Manual
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SEARS
CRAFTSMAN.
OWNERS
MANUAL
6HP 2000 PSI 2 GPM
HIGH PRESSURE POWER
For the repair or replacement
WASHER
parts you need
Call 7 am - 7 pm, 7 days a week
MODEL
NO.
1 -800-366-PART
919.762000
(1-800-366-7278)
For in-home major brand repair service
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
1-800-4-REPAIR
When requesting service or ordering
parts, always provide the following
information:
(1-800-473-7247)
• Model Number
• Part Number
ForthelocaU0n ofa
Seam Padsand Flepa_Cmterin_urarea
• Part Description
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
• Name of Item
1,800-488-1
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
AIR COMPRESSOR
For information
Maintenance
If this aircompressorfails due to a defect in
material or workmanship within one year
from the date of purchase, RETURN IT TO
THE NEAREST SEARS REPAIR CENTER
THROUGHOUTTHE UNITED STATES AND
SEARS WILL REPAIR IT, FREE OF
CHARGE.
222
on purchasing
a Sears
Agreement or to inquire
about an existing Agreement
call 9 am - 5 pm, Monday-Saturday
1-800-827-6655
SEARS
Ifthis air compressoris used forcommercial
or rental purposes, the warranty will apply
for ninety days from the date of purchase.
America's
Repair
Spedalists
This warranty gives you specific legal rights
and you may have other rights which vary
from state to state.
Sears,
Roebuck
and
Co.,
Hoffman
Estates,
IL
60179
U.S.A.