SEARS
OWNER'S
MANUAL
Model
No.
919,329150
120/240
VOLT • 5500 WATT
GENERATOR
m4PORTANT;
• SAFETY GUIDELINES
Read the Safety Guidelines
and All Instructions Carefully
Before OpsmUng
• ASSEMBLY
• OPERATION
• MAINTENANCE
• TROUBLESHOOTING
• REPAIR PARTS
Sold
D2Gs_
by Sears
Rev.o e/WOO
R'oebuok
and Co., HoffTnan
Estates,
I1. 60179
U.S.A.
Warranty ......................................................
2
Safety Guidelines .....................................
3-8
Assembly ................................................
Operation
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Maintenance
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Service Adjustments
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18
Troublesho_ing
19
Parts ...................................
20-24
12-15
Engine Parts ........................................
25-29
16-17
Emissions Statement
30-31
18
Generator
Guide .............................
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How To Order Parts ....................
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Back Cover
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HORSE POWER
GASOLINE CAPACITY'
OIL CAPACITY
10 HP
7 GALLON
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MAINTENANCE
AGREEMENT
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"TheCraftsman Wartime, plusa Maintenance Agreement,
provide maximum value for your Seam products. Contoct your nearast _nrs store for detmls.
STORE WHERE PURO_D;.
ADDRESS:
CITY:. ....
TELEPHONE:
9-11
Storage ......................................................
CUSTOMER RESPON$1BIUTIES
Reed and observe the safety rules.
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Reoord the above information about your unit
so that you will be able to provide it in case of
lose or theft.
Follow a regular sohedule in maintaining, caring for and
using your generator.
Follow the instructions under "Customer Resporalbll|ties" and "Storage" sections of tbls owner's manual.
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON SEARS GENERATORS
For oneyearfromthe date of purchase,whenthisSearsgetlarater!8 mainle4ned
andoperatedamm_lingto the InstructJon8in thb owner'smaflual,Seamwillrepolr,free of charge,anydefect In matedel_nd workmanship.
IfyourSearsGenerateris usedfo_commemlalor mntaipurposes,thiswsrrenlyappliesfor only90 d_yefromthe ordinal
dale of purchase.
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON SEARS ENGINE
Forone yearfromthe dateof pur_.,
whenthisT_
engineismaintained ;Indoperatedam_=rdingtothe IsetmcUoi18in thisowner'smanual,:SeerswiJ!mJ_, frm)of charge,orff defe_ in materialandworlqcanshfp.
Ifyour
Te¢t_
hengineis
usedfor
or rentalpurposas,
this warrantyapplies_
for gOdw_'s
fromthe dat_
of
purchase.Ths
warrantydoes
notcommercial
cove.,:.Expandable
]tamssuchas
spark_ug8 end airfirm.
which becomew_rn
duringnormaluse,
_oaJm ne__
becau_o of opa_tor _use or negll_ense, Including damage rea_tln_ from no _1 being 8uppfled to
IRe englne or fallem to maintein the equll_nalt eccar_ng to _ Irm_uctic_s €_tsinea in thl8 owners manU_, are not
covered under wwr_.
WARRANI'Y SERVIGE IS AVAILABLE BY RETURNING THE GENERATOR TO THE NEAREST SEAP_ SERVICE CENTER.
_dS warrardy givse yOUSpeolflC legal rlghle _
yOu may aiso have other rights, which vow from b-lATE TO STATE.
Seam, Roebuck and Co,, DI817 WA, Hoffman I=otates, IL 60179
Thismanual
contains
informeflcm
thatIII important for you to Know and underetond. This information relates to
proteotlng YOUR SAFETY and PREVENTING EQUIPMENT PROBLEMS, To h_dpyou recognize this information,
we use the symbo/s to the right. Please read the manual and pay attention to these eeouorm.
DANGER Indicatesan imminentlyhazardoussituation
Which,W_Ot avoided, will resultin _
CAUTION ledlcakm a potentiallyhazardousedtuaifon
whloh,if notavoided,may nmJR in
m
WARNING ]ndi_tea a potentiallyhazardouss;tuation
which, if not avoided,_
resultIn _
CAUTION used withoutthe safety alertsymbolindicmesa
potentiallyhazardoUssifuatlanwhich, if riot avoided+may
],1,_.
.e_if inmua_ubnm_.
This produot is not equipped with a spark arresting muffler. If the pmduot will be used around flammable
materials, or on land covered with materials such as agrtcuRumlcrops, forast, brush, grass, or other similar items,
then an approved spark arrester must be installed and is legally required In the stats of CaJ'rromia.It is a violation
of California statutes section 130050 and/or sections 4442 and 4443 of the CalifOrnia PubAc;Rasoumes Code,
unless the engine is equipped with a spark arrestOr,as defined In section 4442, and maintained in effective
working order. Spark amJotem sre also required on soma'U. S. Forest sarvioe land and may also be legally
required under other statutes and ordinances..
This product may oofltain ohernicale known to the state of California to cmJsetender, birth defects, or other
reproductive harm. This warning is given in compliance w!th California Proposition 65, as detestable amounts of
chemic.sissubject to proposition 65 may be contained in this product.
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SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS
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When using this produot basis precautions should always be
followed including the following:
Attempting to €onnect generator
directly to the electrical system of an
building atruotum.
Back feeding alastrk:ity through a
bullding's electrical system to the
outside otillty fe_ lines could endanger repair persons a_terepting to
: restore service.
Attempting to connast to the incomIng ut_ltyservice oould result in
ek_ctrooation.
RastoratJonof ekm_cal service while
the generator is connected to the
incoming ufflitycould mouJtin • fire or
serious damage if a Isolator switch Is
not installed.
Never baskfeed electricity through
a structure's electrify/system.
To conneot to a struutum'a electrical system in a safe manner.
always have s Double-Threw
Transfer Switch installed bY a
qualified electrician and in oompliands w_th10o81o_:linancas. (When
installing a Double-Threw
"rransf_ b-'witch, a minimum of
1° gauge wiring must be used.)
Falklre to use a double throw transfer
switch when connsoting to a
atruefure's alect_cal system con
damage appllanoes and WILL VOID
the manufacturer's warranty.
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ENG
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READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL WARNINGS BEFORE
ATTEMPTING
TO OPERATE GENERATOR.
B!$K
OF ELECTROCUTION
AND FIRE (€ont'd)
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HAZARD
WHAT COULD HAPPEN
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Operation of generator in rain. wet,
icy, or flooded conditions.
of worn damaged, undersized
or ungroundod extension cords.
Placing generator on or against
highly conductive surrane, such as
a steel walkway or metal roof.
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HOW TO PREVENT IT
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Water is an ex0ellent €onduofor of
Operate generator in a €lean, dry.
well vonti|ated area. Make sum
electricity| Water wh|oh €ornea in
contact with aleottlcafly charged
hands are dry before touching unit.
components can transmit electdolty to
the frame and other sudace8, rnsutting
in electrical shock to anyone €ontacting them,
ebctmcutlon.
Irmpcotextension c_rds before
use and raplane with new cord if
mqulred.
Use of underslse exter'dsldncords
could msuRIn overheating of the
wires or attanhed Items, resulting In
fire.
Use proper size (wire gauge)
co_ism for applbaelon See chert in
the Auombly section of this
mareJaJ.
Use of ungrounded €ordsofs could
prevent operation of olmuit breakers
and result in electrical shock.
Alwaysusea €ordsethavinga
groundingwirew;thon appropriate
groundingplug. DO NOT use an
ungroundedpkJg.
Ac_Jdentelleakage of electricaJ
current could charge conductive
surfaces in contact with the gonemtor.
Place ge_leratoron low conductivity surfaoesuch a.s a concrete
slab.
Contactwith wornor damaged
extensioncendscould resultin
ALWAYS operate generator a
minimum of six feet from any
conductive surface.
Improper
connectionof itemsto
generator.
Exceeding the loadcapacityof the
genm_torby atta_ir_ too many
items,or itemswith veryhigh load
ratingsto It couldresultIn overheating
of some Items or theirattm,-hmant
widng rasuNng in fireor electrical
shock.
operation of unitwhen damaged.
or witll guards Orpanels removed.
Attempting to use the unit when it has
been damaged, or when it is not
functioning normally onuld msuit in
tim or electrocution.
Removal of guardin9 could expose
eisstrioslly charged compononte and
msdt in eisctrocutlon.
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Read the load rating chart and
irmtruetlorBin the Wsttage Calculation section. Make sum that the
summatlco of elec'zdcalloads for
all attachments does not exceed
the load rating of the generator.
Do not operate generator with
' meohaNcel or electrical problem.
Have unit repaired by an Authorized Service Center.
Do not operate generator with
:_mtestlvegua_ling removed.
READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL WARNINGS BEFORE
ATTEMPTING
TO OPERATE GENERATOR.
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WHAT ¢OLILD HAPPEN
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Attempting to fill the fuel tank while
the engine is running.
Gasoline end gasoline vapors san
become ignited by coming in €omact
with hot components such as the
muffler, engine exhaust gases, or
en eled,ztcal spark,
Turn engine off and allow It to cool
before eddlng fuelto the tank. Equip
area of oper_lon with a tim extinguisher certified to handle gasoline
or fuel fire==.
Sparks,fire, hotobjects
Cigarettes, sparks, rims, or other hot
objects can cause gasoline or gasoline vapors to ignite.
Add fuel tO tank in well ventilmed
area. Make sure there ==re no
source= of ignition near the generator.
improperlystored fuelcould load to accidental Ignliton. Fuel improperly coouted could get into the hands of children or other unqualified pemor,.s.
8tom fuelIn a OSHA approved €ontainer demgned to hold gasoline.
Store container In seems location to
)invent use by others,
Materials placed against or near the
generator or operating the generato_ In
areas where the temperature exceeds
- 104° F.ambient (such 8s storage rooms
or garages)can interfere with its proper
ventilation fasfum_ causing overhasting end possible ignition of the materials or buildings.
Operate generator in a oleen, dry,
well ventilated area a minimum of
four feet from any building, object
or wall, DO NOT OPEFL_TIEUNIT
INDOORS OR IN ANY CONFINED
AREA.
Ir_proper storegsof fuL_
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Inadequate ventilation for generator
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Tampering with factory set engine
speed settings,
Engine speed has been factory set to
Never attempt to "speed-up e the
provide safe operation. Tampering with
engine to obtain more pe_/orrrmnee.
the engine speed adjustment could m- ; Both the output voltage end fresuit in overheating of attachments aid
quency will foe thrown out of Slrallcould cause a fire,
dam by this practice, endangering
attachments end the user.
Overtllling the fuel tank - fuel s_llage.
Spilledfuel endits vaporscanbecome
ignitedfromhot surfaces or sparks.
Use cam In fillingthe tank to avoid
spilling fuel. Meko sum fuel cap is
secured _ghtly and dteok engine
for fuel leaks before starling
engine. Move gene_dot away
from refueling area or any spillage
before starting engine. /_low for
fuel expansion. Keep maximum
fuel level _ inch below the tip of
the fualtank. Never refuel with the
engine running.
READ AND UND_AND
ALL WARNINGS BEFORE
AT'rEMPTING
TO OPERATE GENERATOR.
Risk of Inlurv and pronertv Damage When
Transnortlna Generator
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HAZARD
WHAT GOULD HAPPEN
Rre, Inhalation, Damage to
Vehicle Surfaces
Fuel or oU can leak or q_ill end could
result in fire or breathing hazard, serf
oue Injury or death can result. Fuel or
oil leaks will damage oarpet, paint or
other surfaces in vehicles or trailers.
HOW TO PREVENT IT
if genemtor'is equipped with a fill
shut-off valve, turn the valve to the
off position betom transporting to
avoid fue_leaks. If generator is not
equipped with a lust shut-off valve,
dmJnthe fuelfTomtank befum Vansporting. Transport fuel only in an
OSHA approved aonta_ner, Always
place generator on a pmmctive mat
when transporting to protect sgs/nst
damage to vehicle from leaks. Remove generator _
vehicle framedimly upon arrival at your destination
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RISK OF BREATHING
- INHALATION
HAZARD
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HAZARD
;asolineengines pmdul:e toxic oar_onmonoxide exhaust fumes.
WHAT _OULD HAPPEN
Breathingexhaust fumeswilloaues
riousIqlu_ or death.
HOW TO PREVENT IT
Operate generator in alean, dry, well
ventJlat_l ema. Never opem_ Unit
in enolesed aress esoh as garageS,
bm_nonts, storage, sheds, or in
amy/oca_onoocupled by hurna_ or
animals. Keep d"llldmn, pl_ and
others away from area of operating
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READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL WARNINGS BEFORE
ATTEMPTING
TO OPERATE GENERATOR.
RISK OF UNSAFE OptERAT!ON
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HAZARD
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WHAT COULD HAPPEN
Operation of generator in carsiese
manner.
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HOW TO PREVENT IT
All sources of energy Include the potential for injury. Unstde operation or
malrdenan_e of your generator could
lead to _dous Injury or dee_l to you or
others.
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Operationofvoltagesensitiveappli- ' Any gasoline operated household genancaswithouta volfagesurge pro- erator wJilincurvoifage variationscaus_
tector.
Ing damage to voltage sensJtlve applancse or ¢oukf result In tire.
Review and undemtand aJlof
the operating instruc_ns and
warnings in this manual.
Become familiar with the
operation and cootmls of the
generator. Know how to shut it
off quickly.
Equip llma of operation with a
fire extinguisher certitk_ to
handle gasoline or fuel tim,
Keep children or others away
from the generotor at all times.
Always use a U.L listedwltage ser-sltlve surge protector to connect
voltage sensitive appliances (TV,
computer, stereo, etc.). Fagum to
use a U.L. listed voltage surge
prc_mtor will vofd the wurranty on
your generator.
Notice: A multiple outlet strip is not
a surge protector make sum youuse
a U.L listed voltage surge protect_.
Raising or suspending generators
equipped with lift rings Improperly
Generator o0uld fal_Causing serious
jury or death to you or oth_n.
in-
Improper raising or suspending can
cause damage to the generator.
Always use proper connecting procedurse as described in this manual
when connecting cables, chains, or
straps for raisingor suspendinggenerators equipped with lift rings_
Nways use cables, chains, or straps
rated at 2000 Ibs working load or
more to raise or SUspasdgenerotor.
Operating
pended
generator
while sue-
Generator will not operate properly and
will cause damage to the generator and
could cause sedous injury or dse_ to
you or others.
Never operate generator whlie sus)ended or in an unlevel position.
Always operate generate on a flat,
leveJ asda_.
READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL WARNINGS BEFORE
AI"FEMPTING TO OPERATE GENERATOR.
RISK OF HOT SURFACES
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HAZARD
Cont_ot with hat engine and generatot components.
WHAT COULD HAPPEN
Co_=t with hot surfaces, such as engines exhaust components, €ould result in serious bums.
RISK
OF MOVING
I!OW TO PREVENT IT
During operation, touch only the
€ontrol surfaces of the generator.
Keep children away from the generator at all times. They may not be
able to recognizethe hazards of this
product.
PAI_S
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HAZARD
Contact with moving parts can result in serious injury.
WHAT GOULD HAPPEN
The generator contains p_ts which rotate at high speed during operation.
These parts am covered by guarding
to prevent injury.
RISK
HAZARD
Lifting8 veryheavyobject.
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HOW TO PREVENT
IT
Never operate generatorwith gusrding or cover plates removed. Avoid
wearing loose fftUng'-Jothlngor Jewelrywhich could be caught by moving parts,
UFTING
WHAT €OULD HAPPEN
8edous injury ran result from attemptIng to lift too heavy on ol_act.
HOW TO PREVENT rr
The generator is too heavy to be
lifted by one person. Obtain e,_i_tance from others before you try to
move it.
CARTON CONTENTS
1 - Parts Bag
1 - Owner'l MamJZd
1 - Generat_
1 - Parts Box
I - 8/tG-18 • :1.4 b
r.ap Z_,mm
I - Star Wudler
1 - 8/t Ik.18
Lock Nuls
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2-Wlme rods
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1 _Jllack Negative
_ I@
nntleW Cable (bla_M
t - "L" Ba4tmy Ilmcket
t - P.edPodd_
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2 - BateW Bolt HoM Pewn
iiHi]JrflNlUflliflllllllillli111l
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BeUeW c_e
(me) w_h b*u,ny Ix_s
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Read owner's rnenual. Do not attempt to operate equipment until you have read Owne_
Manual for Safety, Assembly, Opomtlon, Maintenenea, Storage Irlstruc_ions.
TOOLS NEEDED
FOR ASSEMBLY
Place "L° belt (B) through top and bottom brackets end aeoure with wing nut (C).
1- Box Cutter or Knife
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2 - 9/16 "Wrenches
Locate the solenoid on the left side of the unit.
2 - 1/2" Wrenches
1 - 1' thick x 1' square piece of wood
REMOVE
GENERATOR
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Open carton from top.
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Cut carton along dotted lines.
Remove all carton inserts.
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Remove generator through opening in carton.
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Using a 9/16 inch socket remove the two shipl_ng
blocks from under the generator head. Unscrew
the bolts and remove the wood blocks. No'rE It
is very Important that these are removed before
starting your generator.
Lawn & Garden baitarlea
_in come In two terminal configurations. The
Positive (÷) and Negative (-) terfninale can be
oriented so that they ere +/- or -/÷. In the
unlikely event that the bartmy termlnale amp
unmarked, we nmommeed that you return _m
battery to the retailer for exchange for 8 Imp
erly marked battery or let an authorized service
center Install the battery for you, Failure to
connect the battery properly can possibly
cause bodily Injury. In addition, extensive
engine electrical damage nat be covered under
w_rranty ©an result,
IMPORTAJI_h Before any attempt to start your generator be sure to check engine oil (See Adding Engine Oil
paragraph in _e Operation section on page 14 of th/s
manual.)
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INSTALLATION
S,cdenold
FROM CARTON
OF BATTFJ:IY
Recommended Battery for Electric Start: 12V - 45 A H.
or 210 CCA (Cold Cranking Amps)
Purchase bake W and battery hardware separately, not
included with unit,
Place batfeP/in reck with terminals faning l_wards
generator head.
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the red _osit_e) cable to the positive (÷)
terminld before ¢enneclfng the binck negative
I cable.
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Remove the nut from the solenoid post closest to
the engine. Place one end of the pcaitive (red)
battery cable onto the post. Reassemble nut ar)d
tighten securely.
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Slide protective cover over solenoid post,
Place better/" bracket _ over battery as shown
(opposite battery terminals).
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8efeneld
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Attach the other end of the positive (red)batt_m_f
cable to the positive {+) terminal on the battery.
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NOTE: Make aura red batteey boots cover
positive battery oable ton'ninals at battery mid
emkmoid
Attimh one end of the negatNe (black) cable te the
negative (-) terminal on the battery.
Attach the other end of the negative (blaok)cable
to the tYanteas shown. Install the star washer
between the cable and the frame,
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IMPORTAN'r:
See Caution on page 10
before assembling batter/.
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GROUNDING
THE GENERATOR
A grounding lug Is suppNed with the generator for use
when required by ]oQelelectrical ordinances. Refer to
article 250 of the National Ek_ctrlcalCode to clarity
any needed grounding information. Your Ioeel electric
oompany or s certified electflclan should be able to
help you with this informetlon.
anether potash. _t the generat_ and rset the
rm_l abl_er en the wood. _
This will support
the gaecane engine dudnO n_mrnbly and meke
assembly easier.
Plaoe a handle cap (7) onto _
end of handle
prior to Inatalletfon,
The handle should be installed on the eleetdcal
outlet end of the generator.. Place one washer (12)
on long cap screws (1t). Align the handle brackets with the upper holes pro-drilled in the gerlemfor frame. Place mentioned screws through frame
and handle brackets.
Secure with lock nuts
(8) and tighten.
Locate the engine support. Place one wheel
_'ackst (4) 0_1top of support as shown in Ilisetration. Align with the pre,.drilled holes in support.
Piece 2 cap screws (9) through holes in bracket
and support. Secure with 2 lock nuts (8) end
tighten.
Insert nee shoulder bolt (2) into Wheel (1). Insert
threaded end of her through wheel bracket,
secure with look nut (3) and tighten. NOTE: The
wheel wHI not rub frame If instannod properly,
Repeat the above steps for the opposite side.
insert the threaded stud of rubber foot (10)
through the middle hole of the foot bracket (5),
Secure with lock nut (8) and t_ghten.
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Lecete the support under the elestrioal outlet end
of the generator. Position foot bracket (5), with
rubber foot instead, under the support and al)gn
the holes In the foot bracket (5) with the slots in
the support. Place one sap screw (9) through each
slot in the support end the holes in the foot
bracket. Secure with the lock nuts (8) and tighten.
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Once completed, the wheel Mt is ready for use,
NOTE: Yourengineis already g_unded tOthe frame
by a groundingstrap.
INSTALLING WHEEL KIT
The Craftsman Wheel Kit was dse|gned to gmmly
improve the portabll/ty of your generator.
assembling
1
12
the portability
kit. Failure
Fall
kit.
to die so will cause damxge to the
JIengine.
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NOTE: AJwaysfollow stets regulations for proper ell
dispcesi.
Place generator on level ground; d_dn all gas and
oil from the engine (sea engine manual for ocrmct
pressure).
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Piaceal'thiokxl"squampleceofwoodonthe
ground In front of the engine, With the help of
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KNOW YOUR GENERATOR
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Read this Owner'_ Manual and Safety Rules before operation
of your Generator.
Compare this illustre
lion with your generator to familiarize yourself with the location of various controls and adiustments.
Save the
manual for future references.
FUEL CAP
FUEL
TANK
CHOKESWITCH
120 VOLT RE
AIR CLEANER
2.40 VO
CIRCUIT
BREAKERS
OFF/RUN/START
SWITCH
FUEL TANK-
Capacity
ENGINE
240 VOLT TWISTLOCK
of 7 US gallons,
SWITCH-
Lever used to start cold engirle.
ENGINE
OIL FILL- Place where engine oil is poured.
AIR CLEANER-
OFF/RUN/START
pro-cleaner
the engine.
SWITCH-
Used to start
and stop engine,
includes filter element
that limits the amount
Used to
for' operations.
and foam
of dirt that enters
Your generator is equipped with duplex 120 volt
receptacles end a twiatlock 240 volt receptacle,
Used to supply 2750 watts
of electrical power per receptacle or a combination
5500 watts on the 120 side for operations. Protected
circuit breakers.
of
by
b2f_,_m a.-
12
I,lw#n,j
power
RECEPTACLES
CIRCUIT
BREAKER_ Each receptacle has a circuit
breaker _o protect the generator from overloading,
120 VOLT RECEPTACLES-
RECEPTACLE-
supply 5500 watts of electrical
Protected by circuit breakers.
CHOKE
ENGINE
OIL FILL
The unit is also equipped with circuit breakers to
protect the generator against electrical overload. If the
circuit breaker, trips, unplug electrical load from
receptacle.
Let circuit breaker cool down and then
push circuit breaker button to re, st.
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LOW OIL SHUTDOWN
Your Craftsmen generator engine is equipped with
Low Oil Shutdown. Low (311Shutdown is a safety
device designed to protest your engine from damage
Jnthe event the olt level in the crankosee is low.
nltllll!!
If while the engine is running, the oll gets low, it will
automatically shut itself down and will net msteft until
the oil is added. If the oHis low before start-up, the
generator will not start until oll is added.
NOTE: The Low Oil Shutdown mechanism is very sensitive. You must fill the engine to the _Jll mark on the
dipatk::kto inactivate tl'ds sidaty devicEL
GENERATOR
CAPACITY
Exceeding the rated capacity of your generator can
result in serious damage to your generator and
connected eleotdaal devices. You should observe the
following to prevent overloading the unit:
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Starting end running w,=ttage requimrnents should
always be e_lculated when matching a generators
wattage capacity to the 8pplianoe or tool.
There ere two types of elantricel appliances that
can be powered by your gerlerator:
A. Items such as radios, light bulbs, tdevision
sets. end mk=roweves have a "resistive lead'.
Starting wattage and running wattage am the
OBTAINING ELECTRICITY
GENERATOR
SI_TIO,
B. Items such as refrigerators, sir compressors,
washer, dryer, and hand tools that use an
elantdcal motor have an "induotlva load".
Inductive load appHan_se and tools require
approximately 2 to 4 times the listed wattage
for _
the equipment. This initial load
only lasts for a few seconds on atart-up but is
very important when figuring your total
wattage to be used.
NOTE: Some inductive appliances and tools will list
on the motor name plate, the turfing and running
voltage and amperage requirements. Use the following formula to convert voltage and amperage to
wattage: (Volts XAmp = Watts)
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Always start your large.st electric motor first, and
then plug in other items, one at a time.
NOTE: On 120-volt loads the maximum starting wattage should NOT exceed one half of the rated generator
wattage. Example: a 5000 rated wattage generator ==
2500 maximum starting wattage.
The guide is provided to assist you in determining the
appliances end tools that can be ran with the wattage
capec;ity of your generator.
FROM
There am baskmlly two ways to obtain eleot_o{tyform
• generator:
Use of extension cords directly from the generator to the appliance, lights, tools, etc.
Use of a double-throw transfer switoh installed
directly to the rosin electrical supply outside of
the house.
Extension
Cord
When using an appliance st' fed at s €onsiderable
distance from the generator, a 3-wire extension cord
that has e 3-blade grounding plug and • 3-slot
reeeptocis that accepts the toors plug MUST be
used in order to reduce the riskof electrioal shock. A
cord of adequate size must be used. A mLnlmum of 12
gauge wire size with at least • 20 amp draw can be
used. When amperage exceeds 20 amps e 10 gauge
wim size should be used.
I hot
I,
Repstr or replace damaged exfenston €olds
Immediately.
13 -- ENG
ezo4Ja_1,,v.
o_
Connecting
Supply
Generator
To Main Electrical
•
Remove gas cap.
Add unJeadedgasoline, alowty, to fuel tank.
PotantfaJhazards exist whorl s electrical generator is
oonnected to the main elecVtaal supply oomleg into
the house. It is st that point that the generator could
feed back into the utility company's system causing
pogldble electrocution of workers who am repaJltng
electrical lines, To avoid beck feeding of ele,.-td_ty into
utility systems, a double-throw transfer switch
should be installed between the generator and utif;ty
power. This device should be inst-Jled by a licensed
electrician and in compliance with all local eisctdcal
codes.
Use (:lean, fresh, mgulor unleaded gaecllne with a
minimum of 85 ootane. Do not mix oil with gasoline.
Never fill fuel tank €ornplntely. Fill tank to 1/2"
below the bottam of the filler neck to provide
spaoe for fuel expansion. Wipe any fuel spillage
from engine and equipment bofum starting
eng ,k_e.
Do not overfill.
NOTE: When installing a Double-Throw Transfer
Switch. a minimum of 10 gauge wiring must be used.
BEFORE STARTING
migine hi running or hot. DO not smoke when
filling fuel tank.
ENGINE
Alwayscheck engine o, level
before every start. Running
engine low of ell or out of oil could result in
serious damage to the engine.
To Start Your Generator
in enclosed, poor ventUated
m,
fingine athaust contains cerben monoxide, en odorless end doa_qy gas.
Adding EngineOn
Your generator has been elllpped without oil in the
engine. Begin by removing the oil dipstick end plug.
Start pouring the oil In slowly.
IMPORTANT;. Make sum the battery is properly
serviced, fully charged, end assembled before starting.
The engine will hold approximately 28 ounce4;of oil. To
check the oil, clean end replace the dipstick. Do not
s_rew the dip stink in when checking the ONlevel. NeXt,
remove the dipstick to check the level. The oil dipstick
is elasdy marked with lines that tell you when the
engine has enough oil. Do not fill sb;'ve this point.
•
Open the fuel shut-Off valve. Turn counter clockwise until the valve stops,
Move the choke control located on the engine to
"FULL CHOKE" pasRIon.
NOTE: When adding ollto the engine _ar_,..case, use a
high quality detergent eli classified "For Service
SF,SG,SH" rated SAE30 weight. Use no spadaladd_ve_
Select the oil'sviscoldtygrade accordingto yourexpected
operating temperatures.
_t_
Gasoline
Your generator engine is 4 cycle. Use unleaded fuel
only. Never mix ell with gasoline.
0zo41t _0_m0
14 --
ENG
_lmm; plmt_4
NOTE: No choke is required on wa_n ehginex. Mike
sure choke is in the "NO CHOKE" posRIon on warm
engine atal_,
STOPPING
[ I_KM,_UlIII[II¢I
¢ou Mus'r unplug any load
I lmll_lll:l
from the g eosr_or before
| tarring to prevent pern-4nent damage Io any
I applisn©es.
For electric start:
ENGINE
•
Dlscoonect all elecffical loads.
*
"nJrrlOFF/RUN/START switoh to 'oFF" position.
Plaoe OFFIRUN/START sw)tsh in the START
position.
Cle=mfuel shut-off valve.
NOTE: When the engine starl_ the switch will
remain in the RUN position.
F_ rm=_ sta_'.
indoors, or in enclosed, poorly ventilated orees or
where fuel fum_ may reach an open {lame.
Place OFFIRUN/STARI" switch in the RUN position.
CONNECTING
•
LOADS
Lat onglne mn and warm up for five minutes after
aterdng with no electrical lead.
COnnect loads in the following manner to prevent
damage to equipment:
Grasp handle on rope starter lind pull slowly until
roslatance is felt. Let the rope rewind slowly. Pull
rope with a rapid full arm stroke. Let rope rewind
slowly. Repeat if necessa W,
NOTE: IF ENGINE OIL LEVEL IS TOO LOW, ENGINE WILL NOT START. CHECK OIL LEVEL AND
ADD IF NECESSARY,
When engine warms up, gradually push choke
control In to the N° CHOKE posit!on.
IMPORTANT: Allow generator to run at no load
for 5 minutes upon eilch Initial start-up to allow
engine end generator to stabilize,
ELECTRICAL
I
•
Connect inductive IoQdequipment first, inductive
loads oon_;at of refrigerators, freezers, water
pumps, air conditionem, or small hand toots.
Connect the items that require the most wattage
first.
•
Connect the lights next.
Voltage sensitive equipment should be the last
equipment oonnectad to the generator. Plug
voltage sensitive appliances such at TV's, VCR's.
mi_rowavos, over.s, oomputem, and cordless
telephones into a UL listed voltage surge protector, then oonne_t the UL Ilstad voltage surge
protector to the genmtor.
IMPORTANT: You should always add up the rated
watts of all lights, tools and appllan_s you are
powedng at one tim, This total should not
exceed the rated oapacPff of you generator or
olmuit breaker rating of the receptaole supplying
power.
15 --L:NG
O_4Nq,_oul_
I
CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES TABLE
.,
Before each
UsD
,
Every aS
Hours of Every
Season
Bvory50
Horn of Evew
Seea_
Every 100
Houm of Every
Season
M_NTENAN_T_K
Checko_IIovsl
Sea Nollm2
X'
.Chwlge oli
creanAlr RlterAasembTy
CheckSpark Plug
PrepareUnit forStorage
_
Note I
X
X
x
,
Prepare unit for storage if it is to remain idle for more than 30 dayo.
Note 1: Change oil after first two (2) operating houm and every 50 operating hours thenmfter, more often if operated
in extreme dusty or dirty conditions.
Note 2: Check oil _ler S hours of operation (See the Oil paragraph on page 15 of this section)
0il
GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS
The warranty of the generator does not cover items
that have Peon eubje¢'md to operator abuse or negligence. To receive full value from the warranty, operator must maintain the generator as instructed in this
manual.
Someadjustmentswillneedto be made periodicallyto
maintainyourgenerator.
GENERATOR
MAINTENANCE
Your generator should be kept clean and dry at all
times. The generator should not be stored or operated in environments that include _cesslve moisture,
dust or any corrosive vapom. If these substanoes we
on the generator, eleen with a cloth or soft bristle
brush. DO not use a garden hose or anyU1ingwith
water pressure to clean the generator. Water may
enter the cooling air slo_ and could possibly damage
the rotor, stator end the internal windings of the
generator head,
OII level _'_uld be shacked prior to each use and
at least every 5 hours of operation. To shack oil
SeeAdding Engine O|1 paragraph in the Operation
section on page 14.
Changing
Change the oil while the engine is still warm. The all
will flow freely and catty away more impurities. Make
sure the engine is level when filling, checking or
changing OIL
Change the oil aa follows:
*
To keep dirt, grass clippings, etc. out of _le
englne_otsan the area around the drain plug and
dlpstickbefore removing it.
.
Remove the oil dr_n plug and dipstick. Tilt the
engine slightly towerde the oil drain to obtain
better drainage. Be sure to allow ample time for
complete drainage.
All adjustments in the Malntananoe section of this
manual should be made at least once eanh smmon.
ENGINE MAINTENANCE
NOTIG_
Maintenanoe, mplacemeet _trspalr
ofthe
emission _troi
devices and rams
may be
performed by any nooroed engine repatt mdabllahment
or indMdual. Howe--,
to obtoln no _mRle mpaim
under 1shetmlns and provlkllonll of _ ehg_ne
mamJ_aoturers warranty ststoment_ any servloe or
emiaslco ©ontrsl part repair or nqplacement must be
pertm.med by a tom_ory astlmdamd dealer.
0_o4. _oem,o
Engine Oil
For a new engine, change oil after the first 2 oparatlRg
hours. Thereafter, change oil after every 50 hours of
operation.
16 -- ENG
Reinstall the drain plug. Make lure it is tightened
securely.
Glean Guard/Muffler
Fill the erankeaee with new oil of the proper type
(See Adding Engine Oil In the Operation Section),
to the Full msrk on the dipstick, Always oheck the
level with the dipstick before adding. more oil.
Do not ,,Jeanwtth a fomeful _otay of water hecause
water oould oont_nlnate fuel system, With a brush or
cloth clean finger guard after every use to prevent
engJrmdamage caused by overheating. Before running
engine, clean muffler area to remove all €ombustll:de
debds.
securely.
Service Air Cleaner
NOTE: Do not use petroleum solvents, e.g.. kerosene.
which will cause the cartridge to deteriorate. Do not
use pressurized airto clean cartridge. Pressurized air
Can damage the cartridge,
To _Jce
air cleaner follow these stops:
Unscrew wing nut. Remove cover and air (:leaner
eartddge.
• Remove cartridge from €over.
To service cartridge, dean by rapping gently on a flat
servioe, DO not oil cartridge, Replaoe If dirty or damaged.
Replaoe air cleaner r.,e_fdge. Place (:ever over
cartridge and tighten nut finger tight and then turn
it one more complete turn.
Clean and Replace
Check spark plug yearly or every 100 opamtiog hours.
•
•
Clean area around spark p_ug.
Remove and inspect spark plug.
•
Replace spark plug If electrodes are pitted, burned
or porcelain is cracked. For replacement USe
Champion RJI?LM resistor spark plug.
Check electrode gap with wire feeler gauge and
set gap .030 if necessary.
Install spark, tighten secure/y.
PAPER FIL'nER
•
HUT
Spark Plug
•
_lSm4
WlM_
17 -- ENG
_o41e_,_ o_v_
Garburetor
The carbumtur of your generator is pm-_at at the fagtory. The o_oumtor should not be tampered wl_ If your
generator is used at an altitude in excess of 4000 font
performance may be affected. If so consult with your
nearest Craftsman Service Center regarding high altitude
sat oh_nges.
Over_=sedlngyour engineabesefactoP/highq=endsettlag can be dangerousand could possiblycause per
eenal Injuryor propertydamage If you be,eve the an=
ginsis runningtoo fast or slow,takeyourgeneratorto a
AuthorizedCraftsmanServiceCenterfor repairand adjustment
_r_j_
Low engine speeds Impose a
_heavyload
on the engine and ]
when aufflelent power Is not available the engine I
Governor
Your engine governor maintains the oonstant operating
speed of your generator. DO NOT tamper with the engine governor which is factory set for pl'oper engine
speed.
If you am going to stere your generator for more then
30 days. use the following information as a guide to
)mpare the generator fOr storage.
Never store generator with
fuel in the tank Indoors er
in enclosed, poorly ventilated areas, where
fumes can reach an open time, qpark or pilot
light as on a furnace, water heater, clothes
dryer or other gas appliances.
Engine
•
Replene the _
plug, but do not connect the
spark plug wire
NOTE: If a fuel stabilir.e_"
is not used, all gasoline must
be drained from the tank end carburetor to prevem gum
depOsitsfrom forming on these parts and causing possible malfunction of the engine
Generator
Clean the generator as outlined in the Generator
Melntananee paragraph on page 18
Check that cooling air slots end openings on
generator are open end unobstructed.
Add fuel stabilizer to fuel tank to minimize the
formation of fuel gum doposRs during storage.
-
Run engine at least 10 minutes after adding
atabillzel" to allow It to enter the fuel mjatera.
Battery
•
Store battery as described by the battery menufactumr.
Add one teaspoon of oll through the spark plUg
hole
P_ _ _WWJ
I
Pku_ rag over eperk plug hole and pull the recoil a
few times to lubricate the oombustion chamber.
Preparation
Disoonnent the spark plug wire and remove the
spark plug.
_
I life could be .hortaned.
NOTE: After sterlng battery for ellong period of time it
may lose it's charge, ff the battery loses it's r,harge,
manually start the engine with the battery connected.
The engine will recharge me battery en It runs
1B -- ENQ
ii
PROBLEM
EnsUewdJ'not
=tart
No elecfK_aloutput
Repeated circuit breaker
tripping
Genorator overheating the
circuit I_oaker depressed
i iii
n
•
ii
ii
CORRECT/ON
CAUSE
1.
Low on fuel or o11.
1. Add fuol or oil.
2.
Igrdtion switch In "Off' position.
2. Tumto 'ON' polltlon
3. Faultyep_k p|ug.
3. Replace spark plug.
4.
Choke In wrong position.
4. Adjust choke accon:lingly.
5.
Fuel shut-off valve in do_md
position.
5. Open fuel shut-off valve.
8.
Unit loaded during start-up.
6, Remove load from unit.
7.
Spark plug wire loose.
7. Attach wire to spark plug.
1.
Faulty reaep_acla.
1.
HaveAuthodzed Sears Service
Center replace.
2,
Circuit breaker kicked out.
3.
Oefectlve capacitor.
2.
3.
Depress and reset.
Have Authodzad Sears Service
Centor replace capacitor,
4.
Faulty power oord,
4.
Repair or replace cord.
5.
GFCI receptacle c/muir breaker
kicked out.
S,
Det_mw and _et.
1.
Ovadoad
1.
Reduce load.
Faulty cords or equipment.
2. Cheokfor damaged,bare,or
frayedwireson equipment.
Replace.
2.
1. Generator overloaded.
1,
2.
2. Move to adequate supply of
fresh air.
Insufficient ventilation.
R_uoaload.
ii
19 -- ENG
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FUELGAP
FUELHOSE
FUELLINECLAMP
DRAINCOCKGROMMET
FUEl.SHUT-OFFVALVE
ENOCOVER
SCREW#10-24 x 9/16
ISOLATOR
WASHER1-1/20D
LOCKNUT _-16
GROUNDLUG
SCREW5/16-18 x 3/4
SCREW3/8-18 x I
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SCREW,HEX HEAD5/16-18
LOCKWASHER
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SSN-1014-ZN
SSF.8111-ZN
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ROTOR ASSEMBLY
STATOR THRU BOLT
STATOR ASSI_IBLY
WASHER 11/18OD x 11/'32
NUTS/10-24
ROTOR THRU BOLT
BF,ARING SUPPORT
HE)( NUT 1/4-20
CAPACITOR
CAPACITOR BRACKET
SCREW 10 - 24 x g/16
O-RING
DRIVE END ADAPTER
LOCK WASHER 3/8
21 -- ENG
SSF-616-ZN
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GS-0110
GS-0884
SS-6506-CD
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NUT,,HEX JAM "I/16
SPEED NUT #6 - 32
WASHER 3/8
SWITCH ON/OFF
COVER, PANEL
DUPLEX RECEPTACLE
4 PRONG TWISTLOCK
CIRCUIT BREAKER 25A
SSF-583
SSF-3158
$8F-595
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Wheel (2 used)
Shoulder Bolt (2 used)
Loc,k NUt 3/8"-I 6 (2 use¢l)
Wh_m_B,"acket(2 used)
Foot Bl'scket
HlmdFe
H_dle Cap (2 used)
Lock Nut 5/1 _"-78 (9 UaMK_
CIp Screw S/16"-18 x 3/4"
(6 used)
Isolator Foot
Cap Screw 5/16-18 x 1.75"
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Washer (2 used)
23 -- ENG
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Spring Pin (Incl. 4)
W,_her
Retainer
Washer
Brake Spdng
Stirrer Dog
Dog Spring
Pulley & Rewind
Spring Assembly
Starter Housing
Assembly
Starter Rope
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Starter Handle
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Starter Handle
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Spring Pin (Incl. 4)
Washer
Retainer
Washer
Brake Spring
St_.er Dog
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Dowel Pin
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Washer
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Governer Rod (Ir_. 15A & 188)
30700
Go_mor Yoke
850494
8omw, 6-40 x 5/16"
374_'W
Gov_nor Ltwer _ni. 21P.A)
29916
Govaltof Lever Clemp
6510_8
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35319
Oil Seal
36460
BloWer HoulslMgBaffle
36244
Air Ew_]e
650561
Screw. 1/4-20 x 5/8"
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Look Nut, 8-32
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Crankarmft
29826
Screw. 1Q-32 x 3/4"
20910
Lock Washer
29216
Lock Nt_ 10"32
23642
Retaining Ring
35776A
Pistol1, P_n& Ring Set (Std.)
35777A
Piston. Pin & Ring 8M (.010" O6)
35TZBA
Pleto_t. Pin & Ring Set (,020' OS}
35773A
I_Jdon& Pin A_'y, (gtd.) (In0f, 43)
35774A
Piston & Pin Ass',,/.(.010_ OS) (Incl. 43)
35775A
Pietoo & Pin Ass'y. (,020 OS)(Incl. 43)
35779
Ring Set (STY.)
357o0
Ring Set (,OLO"08)
35781
Ring Set (.020" OS)
35772
Piety1 Pin Retaining Ring
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Connecong Rod .,_s',/, _-_ol.47 & 49)
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34034
Valve Ll_ar
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35375
Camshaft (MCR_
33273A
Glower Honslng Extension
650138
S_mW. 10-24 x 1/2'
37342
Cylinder Cover Gasket
35376
Cyfinder Germ 0ncl. 71, 75 & 9O)
35377
Crankshaft Bush_
27642
Oil Drain Plug
35319
Off Seal
318A8
GoVernor Shaft
30590A
wuh_
35378
Goverr_ Gear Ass_/(incl. 81)
36588A
GoYwnor Spool
29193
Ftatain._g Ring
6_0833
Screw, 1/4--20 x 1-3/16'
650832
Screw, 114-20 • 1-11/16"
32539
61 t 093
060080
650081
_101B
30_36A
30645A
35t65A
610118
651024
651007
35589
611220
611223
35067A
65659o
36451
83440
27870A
27880#.
34035
8308_1
850690
RF_=
Key
Lo¢k War_er
Rywheel Nut
Lock NI_, 10-32
F.xtanmon8pdn9
R.RM. A.d_kletk_ElOIt
8olld Stete Ignition
Spark Plug Cover
8ofld State Mounffi_ b'tud
_rew, Torx 1"-15, t0-;_4 x 15/18"
Ground
Low O_ Shut.Oown 8wl_=h (Ind. t 12)
Low Oil kl(deator Light
Gusket, Oil Sensor
S_,_v, Torx T-;_, 16.24 x 5/8 °
Cyfl_nde_H_ld G68ket
Cylinder Head
Exlhat_t Val_ (dtd..)Jlncl.151)
F_d'.auoi[
VelVe (1132 C_)0ncl. 151)
Intake VaJve(did,) (Incl. 1$1)
Washer
Bffll_vl]feWasher
_,w_.
m
m'_
130
130A
185
139
140
140
149A
150
t51
16_
170
171
172
_17_
174
1170
la3
184
6506_1A 8crew. 5/16-15 X 2"
9
651031
8crow, 1/4-20 x 9/13"
1
33638
Redetor Spark Plug (RJ171.M)
1
33361;
Go_rno_ Gear Bnmket
1
65033_
8_rew, 10-24 X 1/2"
2
_73_2
vabe Spdn_ Cap
1
35882
Valve Spdng Cap
1
27881
Valve _
2
32581
ValVe _)drlg Keeper
2
27_
B_uher 6aud<et
2 P
2O423
Brother Body
1
26424
Breather Element
1
28425
Valve Covet
1
33350
Bmether Tube
1
650128
S_rew, t0-24 x 1/2"
2
297_.
Nut & Lock Washer. 1/4-2B
1
30658A
Scow, t14-28 x I"
2
93263
Cerbumtor To Intake Pipe G_
1P
33877
Inm_¢ePipe
I
37448
Throttle Link
1
212A 88288
Bu_hlng
•
I
2_3
65G379
Scrmv, Tom 1"-30,5/16-18 X 1-1/8
9
27915&
Intake pibe Gasks(
1P
28820
Screw, 10-32 x 1/2"
2
27272A
Air Clsaoer Gasket
1 P
33286
Air Gle4_r Bracket
I
33267
Air Cleaner Bracket
1
_3208
Air Gleaner _
I
33239A
Air _
Cover
1
37444
Wtng Nut, 1/4-20
1
8_4OA
BloWerHouslr)g
1
650?88
Screw, 5/16-18 x 3/4"
2
29?478
SOnsW,"rOB1"-40.5/16-24 X21/'32"
2
6508O2
SCn_w, 114-20 X-_US"
1
33272D
Gyl_lde_ Head Cover
1
_75
34185B
Muffler
1
31588
Locking Pl_te
•
1
650729
Screw, 5/18-18 x 3_/16
2
35985B
Starter Cup
1
287
23752
Nut & Lock Washer, 1/4-28
4
30_H_2
Fuel Une
1
26465
Fue_Line Clamp
2
:'92
29o
3427OB
Fuel I_dter(ff_l. 092)
1
351141
Gll RII Plug
1
311
8508?3
Screw. 114-23 x 3/4"
2
314
315
811113 Altenlato_ Co_l
13AIlI) OC)(_cl. 32,1-32_)
1
611161
Diode
1
8109_1
Coflrmctor Body
1
610022 Temlln_
2
323
33177
TemllnaJ
I
324
29443
Wire C_ip
I
_ZSA 27275
Wke CglP
1
3008_
Screw, Ton( T-30, 1/4_.20Xl/2"
1
381
65C99o
S¢'rew, T-30, 1/4-20 _ 1/2"
•
4
345261
Identification De¢aJ
1
37O
371_1 3,,4274
IP,etmotion Decet
1
$70K 3SS0S
Smd_ Deoal
1
Low Oq De_d
1
870L 56980
_402110_ _o_
(in_d. 184 & 21P..A)
1
89O746
Rewind 8rater
I
58880
Elec_lo 8tertar Motor (12 VOlO
1
NOTE: 11_15ongkm cot_l have bmeflbulRwRh 590704 _art_.
4O0
364O2B Gsld(_ _et
(Ind. Items Marked PK In Notes)
I
N
N
1P
1
2
1
1
1
1
I
7
1
1
I
1
1
1
1
1
_,
2
1P
4
1P
1
1
1
1
9
9
N
418
27 -- ENG
34479A
_I), _5317 {I), 8_87A (I), 30451 {1), 37342 (I)
Spark Arrestor Kit (Irl_. 4t ?){Optional) 1
_,o4ee_
oe_oo
CRAF
TM4SN
¢AA_
OS00 r, ENFRA1 OR oto,slStlO
MODm,. 164,0S_gOS
171
I
27
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BE£
B_B.T.B_L_
_
nn,
No.
_urr_
m
aft
1
IA
2
4
5
6
7
10
11
12
13
14
15
_k32798
38288
631970
631184
631183
640108
650606
632740
632043
631184
63111_
63175S
630735
11_tUe 8_t & Lev6r Assembly
Throttle Link Bu_11ng
Throttlo Return Spdn9
Duet Seal Washer
_
Seal (rhroffie)
'll_oUle 8hurter
ShuIwr $orew_ 4-40 X 114"
0hoke _18fl & Lover A_m-nbly
Choke Return Spdno
Dust Seal Washer
Dust $msl (CtnoKe)
C;_oke_ndter
Choke _nlng
8prlh9
I
1
1
1p
1p
1
2P
1
1
I P
I P
1
1
20A
25
27
28
29
30
840053
621M7
631024
632019
8310_8
6310_1
Idle Resfric_arSorew Cap
Float Bowl
ROilt Shllft
Float
FIOl Bowl O-Ring
Ird_ Neaple, Seat & Olip gnc:f.31)
1
1
I P
1
1P
1P
623164
_lO'a
IS30766
84002_
1
1
1
1
bh_ -Nm_l
_=dng
Clip. Tube
Main Noezle Tube "O" I_ng
High Speed Bowl Nut
it_Vl N_ Wa_er
WeJchPlug, k:lle_Wd
Weldn l_g, _=
Vent
Rapelr k;t
tlncl. Irons Ivlmked p In Notes)
18
20
'throttle-FuelRffingcm_;crew/
I_IJeSpeed Screw
Tension Spdng
Idle Rlldrlotor Seamy
.1_J2
840113
632547
640137
27110A
630748
631027
63276O
1
1
2 P
1
1
1P
1P
16
17
31
36
37
40
44
47
48
6O
1
C_L_MAN
HO0
GENm_M'M
g_lJmq
10
m.iCTlUO i'I"ARI'ER Ik16180
15
14
1
1A
1
2
3
4
7
s
9
10
P*S'T_. B
an,
_2798
36"288
_k_ 1
3Se42
_,_._o
33er,_.
370G0
33450
._eo4
3S_
_
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
Throttle Shaft & Levw AsHmbly
Throttle Link Bushing
DustCover
Re_
Rk_g
,SpdngRetainer
,_'_'..dtilt Sprit,9
Gear & Nut (InGL2_
LockNut
DriveEnd Cap _'y.
_
Houldh9Aml'y.
P-EE
NO.
E_Z.B_
m
o'ry
12
14
1_
15
3_196
S5897
M896
3Mgg
1
1
2
17
18
20
8_168
_
650000
Brush & _
Kit
1Y,m_ Wmher
Bol_,10-32 X 4-t 1i_L"
End Cap & 8rush C4m Ass'y.
_.12,14,17,18)
Washer
Nut
Somw,Torx T-30,1/4-2O x lS/'J2"
1
I
2
•
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29 -- _'_IG
_
n_oeAvuo
CALIFORNIA & US EPA EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT
The U. S. Envimnrmm_
Pm_dk_
A_m_
('EPA'). the G_=n_
Nr Re=mm:m B0wd _
a_d Te=umeeh Pmduas _.
eq_pmenl engine, _ _.
nN 1_ =.d kaeruWy md _wn ard =_be _
mt_no=mu_b=d_naa, bu_cad
equ_ped to rant _e Sills
_deaanl =ml-maog x_amlmd=. In eJlor =latm_ now 1_? mad Ime_ med_ year g_ltee
must be
defigned, 0uiR and eqtdppe4014 tho ffme of eale, to meet rite U.& EPA _aUenm
for mind non-reed ant_nes. Te_amQh
Products Co, w_l wen'ant 1he emhudoa €ordro;syld(ml on yo_' uLqltyor lean and gasden equlpm_l _9_
_ _ _a
_ U_
listed bek)w, provided Ihoro hH bean no alum, nogle_., tmapproved modifJ_16o_,or improper maintenonoe of y_ur uglby m' lawn
and garden equipmenl e_lirm.
Your emission control syslem may Include p_ts such as Ihe cmbwelor, ignJ_m system and _
be Ihe compression release syldem and other imlh_don-relMed asNmblies.
Wherea warrenr_e €ondi_onexlm, Tenumeel_ProduclSCo. wigrepe_your_
costtoyoufordiagnosis,partsandr_x.
MANUFACTURER'S
EMISSION CONTROL
aystarll. Also Jack.red may
or tam andgm'e. _uipment engineat no
SYSTEM WARRANTY
COVERAGE
Emission €astro] sys_en_son 1S95 w_d _er model year California uti/Ity end _
8rid 01uriah equipment en_mm af_ wanluded
for two yam as hereirtafler notecL Inotherstetes, 19_Tendlalermodelyeafenginesgceidsowarmi_ledfortwoyears.
If.dtll_
such war'_n_ period, any amiulon-relaled pert on yaw arena Jsdefects in n_e_Vs or wodm_nshlp, the pad wm be repaired
or replaced by Tecufl-,aeh Pmducls Co.
OWNER'S
WARRANTY
RESPONSIBILITIES
_ theuli_y or _w and Oan_mequllpme_anginaow_, yo_are _
_r Ihe p_.ormm of _ _
I_ted in yourOwrr_r'sManold,butTecuree_ Pmdu_l CO.WIllnotdeny.wu'rm_ sol_ydueto Itm _ _ _
_rum topmvk_ v_lnenevkkmm ofUw peKom_noeo_ellscheduled_
_m
_ _ _
_ the uUl_,y
or lean and g_den equlpmen_e_lino or,
w.er,youal_dd, however,I_eaware#_t Tecums_ Pr0ducu_
Co. may
denyyouwarranly€overa0eif ynor_dil_ or I_m and 0e..denequ_rmnl or a pat the_m__ _
_ _ _.
_.
k,pro_- malmenoe_ or unolspmv__.
You am responsible for pceserfdngyo_ uity or lean wld prden equipment engkw M a T_h
A_d
_
_
(e,'ly Tecumuh Reg_red
Sea,ice DHI_, Tecumeeh Aulhod,/.ed Servl_t Obbib_lor or Tecumlmh Cen_';d Wltmhoum Dlsvibu(or) Im scol as a la_t_lm eslsts. The wMmmy re_
_lOtdd be €oaSted bl a relisonal_le afflour4 d Ume, hal Io uceed 30
days,
WMr_lly urvlco osn be ampn4_e_ by €offlaclJngIv_01e_'
a Te_cumsahAul_oY_zed8er,4ce Outlet of by €olltacldnOTe_lmsen
Produc_ CO., _'o _mdoe Manager, En0tne and Ttans_ulon
Group _
Dtv]skm, 000 Notlh 8mat, Gref_on, _4 53024-t499.
Telel_hone 1-2_.3Y'r-270o, _r sea your kx:ad bde_ho_e yellow p_es under"EnglMs, GasoJJne"for d_e name, eddrm;s _nd
telephone number of a Tecumseh _utho_ed 8endce Ouht r,e_' you.
IMPORTANT
NOTE
Thiswemm_y_nt
explainsyour_hla andol_illaio_ underihe _
Conf_ol8ymamWen'anty_S
_
.
whichIs provl4edto youby Te_seh PmdudsCo. pumuareto GaWomixlaw, Teoanmh PmdudaCO,also W0vfde_to od_lM
purcham_ o( now Te_nmmh ProductsCo. _.
The Tecunmh P._
Co, Lk_ed Vv_nin_s fo_NewTecsa_h En_
end _
10nl6onModlulm(-rmh
Produc_Co. Wan_
v_k:h Is endoHd v4h _dlnow TecumNh Pmduds_
en0_mmonmupwa_e eheeL The ECswamlr4y mp_lNe,_y tod_eem_doncnntrolqamm_ofyournoweq_ne, Todwexter_
IJ_t Ifmm I_any mrdllctIn tannobete,.mm
_e EG8W_ru_ andI_ Tectanuh Pradu_s_. _,
_ _S _
_
_y
_m=q=t _qm_f dlt_r_tsn_es
_ t_:h Ihe Te_m_seh P_
C_ W_
M_y p_de
= k_gor w_
period. B_h
Wanenty Mtd Ihe Tecurneah Produots Co, W_n'an_ de_dbe k11po_umtdgh_ end o_
v*tthnml_
_oyour flew
o.-a,0e
_
a_,,=_
30 -- ENG
EMISSION
CONTROL
SYSTEM WARRANTY
2. Free from de_ls kl madlrleb and _ip
vdlkit, M stay lime dudqi 1he ECS _P_,
imlalonl.-mlb4
NIl _ lift Io Ix) klemkal In idl nile_ll rellpedm to Ill piut el dNcrbld
for _em_itJon.
C. The ECS WwTamy only pe_Jns to embldoni_m_-d
_ _
_m
wW_
m_0
• _
IMnl on your er,glne, N tolmvs:
urger the EC$ Wanamy _rmU be w_ranled for eny reminder of _
EGS Wamm_ P_!od,
2. Any wmn-_lmd._
pofl which II I_hl4ulld _lly lot' mgllklr klspe_on lUl Ii_ldlled irl ihe _s
_
shaUbewan'a_ed forme ECliWammlyPerlod. Aslidenm_lnsu_v,
tl_en _lt',lefredof
mpak'o_ml_
_
bev_me_d f_rd_ Nd_d o_0meW_ _oU_Am_k_ed
the Ik_ _d_ed_led mp_c4pm_
_
the p_lehe8 M mpe_d or re_a_d
4. Ropeir _, _
d Imy_m__.
"o_fler _T_ Te_u_ms41_
_
_k_
_
to_thd _t
_mep_t f__ p_r_
by Tecum_h ProduCe Co, _oon_no _ S_
emlell_nll,4_lktedJ_l_t under Ibis ECS WlmllV_ ehaJlbe i_lld
ov0_ ....
Id no _
_. The mWl_ IhMI no_be _hmged fo_d_wi_
_whk:h
kmd_ tn toe _on
Wamm_ J__ f_s de_m_, pm_ed _
such d_ms_€ work ,., p_k_ned
_h_ • p4_ _
m _ Tecums_ _ed
7. l_oughout dl_ ECS W_m_dy Pedo_ ToourmmhPriers
Co, _
rr_n_n
su_€_ent to m_H_tIhO expec_d _ml_l
for _
om_mion-r_aled par_.
a supp_/of wen-arid er_es_n-mle_ed F_uls
o, Any TImumuh _
Co, imlhodzed lind Ipl_oved emluk_releled
o_i_ ECS Wanm_y rmdnlen_
ot'mpak an4 _dll be Ffovk_4 _
Te_rnleh Products Co. EC$ Wanrlnly obl_llions.
add-_,ormd_d llt.
EMISSION-RELATED
Carb_mr
u_ p_pege_e_
_ake
_
O_
mpl_;en_nt I_rl my be _
In _e p_
charSeIo thwo_tix. Sigh me ehall nol red_0e
9. UnaPpmveda(_d`_n_rntu_ii_od_44snvnynaib_uud_m_d_jry_f_Tan_m1sehPr_du¢_C_im_
iu_, _n_
_
Se_
_
PARTS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING:
St_huN
imml
For in-home
major brand repair service:
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days s week
1-800-4-MY-HOME _" (1_)
Pare pedir servicio
de reparaci6n
s domicillo
-- 1-800676-5811
In Canada for all your service and parts needs call
Au Canada pour tout le service ou les pk_ces
-- 1-800-665-4455
For the repair or replacement
parts you need:
Call 6 am - 11 pm CST, 7 days a week
Parts Direct"
1-800-366-PART
Pars ordenar
plezas con entrega
For the location
(1-_0-se_7_s)
e domicillo
-- 1-800-1659-7084
of a Seam Parts and Repair Center
Call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
1-800-488-1222
For Information
on purchasing
a Sears
Call 9 am -- 5 pm, Monday
,
Maintenance
or to inquire about an existing
Agreement:
-- Saturday
1-800-827-6655
SEARS
i
iii
HomeCentral"
b_
in your area:
Agreement