Craftsman 536.881110 Operating instructions

CRAFTSMAN®
I
1.0 Horsepower
30 Inch Dual Stage
120V. Electric Start
SNOW THROWER
MODEL NO.
536.881110
Caution:
Read and follow all Safety Rules
and Operating Instructions before
first use of this product.
SEARS, ROEBUCK
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AND CO., Hoffman
Estates, IL 60179
U.S.A.
WARRANTY STATEMENT ......
SAFETY RULES ...............
INTERNATIONAL
SYMBOLS ....
ASSEMBLY
...................
OPERATION
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MAINTENANCE
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SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT...
LIMITED
TWO-YEAR
2
STORAGE
2
4
7
13
20
23
WARRANTY
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31
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART
REPAIR PARTS ................
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32
33
ENGINE REPAIR PARTS ........
SPANISH (ESPAI_IOL) ..........
PARTS ORDERING/SERVICE
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ON CRAFTSMAN
SNOW
50
60
92
THROWER
For two years from the date of purchase, when this Craftsman Snow thrower is maintained,
lubricated, and tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions in the
owner's manual, Sears will repair, free of charge, any defect in material or workmanship.
If this Craftsman Snow thrower is used for commercial or rental purposes, this warranty applies for only 90 days from the date of purchase.
This warranty does not cover the following:
•
Items which become worn during normal use, such as spark plugs, drive belts and shear
pins.
•
Repay" necessary because of operator abuse or negligence, including bent crankshafts
and the failure to maintain the equipment according to the instructions contained in the
owner's manual.
WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE
BY RETURNING THE CRAFTSMAN SNOW
THROWERTO
THE NEAREST
Sears SERVICE CENTER/DEPARTMENT
IN THE
UNITED STATES. THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY WHILE THIS PRODUCT IS IN USE
IN THE UNITED STATES.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may
vary from state to state.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., D817WA, Hoffman Estates. IL 60179
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IT MEANS-- A'I-rENTIONH!
BECOME ALERT!!! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED.
LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL TO POINT OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
nect the spark
wire
WARNING:
Alwaysplug
disconand place it where it cannot
make contact with spark plug to
prevent accidental starting during:
Preparation, Maintenance, or Storage of your snow thrower.
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Engine Exhaust, some of its constituents,
and
certain vehicle components contain
or emit
chemicals known to the State of California to
cause cancer and birth defects or other
ductive harm.
repro-
Battery posts, terminals and related accessories
contain lead and lead compounds,
chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer
and birth defeCts or other reproductive
harm.
WASH HANDS AFTER HANDUNG.
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IMPORTANT:
Safety standards require operator presence controls to
minimize the risk of injury. Your snow
thrower is equipped with such controls.
Do not attempt to defeat the function of
the operator presence control under any
circumstances.
TRAINING
1.
g.
Read the operating and service instruction
manual carefully. Be thoroughly familiar
with the controls and the proper use of the
equipment. Know how to stop the unit and
disengage the controls quickly.
2.
Never allow children to operate the equipment. Never allow adults to operate the
equipment without proper instruction.
3.
Keep the area of operation clear of all persons, particularly small children and pets.
4.
Exercise caution to avoid slipping or falling
especially when operating in reverse.
OPERATION
Thoroughly inspect the area where the
equipment is to be used and remove all
doormats, sleds, boards, wires, and other
foreign objects.
2.
Disengage all clutches before starting the
engine (motor).
3.
Do not operate the equipment without
wearing adequate
winter
outer garments.
Ib
,
.
,
Wear footwear that will Mmprovefooting on
slippery surfaces.
4.
Handle fuel with care; it is highly flammable.
a.
Use an approved
b.
Never remove fuel tank cap or add fuel
to a running engine (motor) or hot engine (motor).
Fill fuel tank outdoors with extreme
care. Never fill fuel tank indoors.
c.
d.
e.
f.
Do not use this machine
or physically unable to
chine safely.
Do not put hands or feet
tating parts. Keep clear
opening at all times.
6.
Adjust the snow thrower height to clear
gravel or crushed rock surface.
7.
Never attempt to make any adjustments
while the engine (motor) is running (except
when specifically recommended by manufacturer).
ifyou are mentally
operate this manear or under roof the discharge
Exercise extreme caution when operating
on or crossing gravel drives, walks or
roads. Stay alert for hidden hazards or
traffic.
After striking a foreign object, stop the engine (motor), remove the wire from the
spark plug, thoroughly
inspect snow
thrower for any damage, and repair the
damage before restarting and operating
the snow thrower.
6.
If the unit should start to vibrate abnormally, stop the engine (motor) and check immediately for the cause. Vibration is
generally a warning of trouble.
7.
Stop the engine (motor) whenever you
leave the operating position, before uncloggingthe auger/impeller housing or discharge chute and when making any
repairs, adjustments, or inspections.
8.
When cleaning, repairing, or inspecting,
make certain the auger/impeller and all
moving parts have stopped and all controls
are disengaged. Disconnect the spark plug
wire and keep the wire away from the spark
plug to prevent accidental starting.
9.
Take all possible precautions when leaving
the snow thrower unattended. Disengage
the auger/impeller, stop engine (motor),
and remove key.
10. Do not run the engine (motor) indoors, except when starting the engine (motor) and
for transporting the snow thrower in or out
of the building.Open the outside doors; exhaust fumes are dangerous (containing
CARBON MONOXIDE,
an ODORLESS
and DEADLY GAS).
11. Do not clear snow across the face of
slopes. Exercise extreme caution when
changing direction on slopes. Do not attempt to clear steep slopes.
12. Never operate the snow thrower without
proper guards, plates or other safety protective devices in place.
fuel supply before each use, alspace for expansion as the heat
engine (motor) and/or sun can
fuel to expand.
For all units with electric starting motors
use electric starting extension cords certified CSNUL. Use only with a receptacle
that has been installed in accordance with
local inspection authorities.
Let engine (motor) and snow thrower adjust to outdoor temperatures before starting
to clear snow.
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2.
5.
fuel container.
5.
.
Do not operate this machine if you are taking drugs or other medication which can
cause drowsiness or affect your ability to
operate this machine.
4.
Replace fuel cap securely and wipe up
spilled fuel.
Never store fuel or snow thrower with
fuel in the tank inside of a building
where fumes may reach an open flame
or spark.
Check
lowing
of the
cause
1.
3.
PREPARATION
1.
Always wear safety glasses or eye shields
during operation or while performing an adjustment or repair to protect eyes from
foreign objects that may be thrown from the
snow thrower.
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13.
Never operate the snow thrower near enclosures, automobiles, window wells,
drop-offs, and the like without proper adjustment of the snow discharge angle.
Keep children and pets away.
14.
Do not overload the machine capacity by
attempting to clear snow at too fast a rate.
15.
Never operate the machine at high transport speeds on slippery surfaces. Look behind and use care when backing up.
16.
Never direct discharge at bystanders
allow anyone in front of the unit.
17.
Disengage power to the collector/impelLer
when snow thrower is transported or not in
or
use.
18.
Use only attachments and accessories approved by the manufacturer of the snow
thrower (such as tire chains, electric start
kits, ect.).
19.
Never operate the snow thrower without
good visibility or light. Always be sure of
your footing and keep a firm hold on the
handlesP Walk;never run.
20.
Do not over-reach. Keep proper footing
and balance at all times.
21.
Do not attempt to use snow thrower on a
reef.
MAINTENANCE
AND STORAGE
1.
Check shear bolts and other belts at frequent intervals for proper tightness to be
sure the equipment is in safe working
condition.
2.
Never store the snow thrower with fuel in
the tank inside a building where ignition
sources are present such as hot water and
space heaters, clothes dryers, and the like.
Allow the engine (motor) to cool before
storing in any enclosure.
3.
Always refer to operator's guide instructions for important details if the snow
thrower is to be stored for an extended
period.
4.
Maintain or replace safety and instruction
labels, as necessary.
5.
Run the snow thrower a few minutes after
throwing snow to prevent freeze-up of the
auger/impeller.
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for use on sidewalks,
WARNING:
This snow driveways
thrower is
and other ground level surfaces.
Caution should be exercised while using on
steep sloping surfaces.
DO NOT USE
SNOW THROWER ON SURFACES ABOVE
GROUND LEVEL such as roofs of residences, garages, porches or other such
structures or buildings.
IMPORTANT: Many of the following symbols are located on your unit or on literature supplied with the product. Before you operate the unit, learn and understand the purpose for
each symbol.
Control And Operating
Slow
Symbols
Fast
Electric Start
Engine Start
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Engine Off
Engine Stop
Engine Run
H N
On
Choke Off
Choke On
Neutral
G
Throttle
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Primer Button
Ignition Key
4
Ignition Off
Ignition On
Drive Clutch
Forward
Reverse
Auger Clutch
k61 W
Push To Engage
Electric Starter
f
Discharge DOWN
Fuel
Auger Collector
Oil
Engage
Fuel Oil Mixture
d
Discharge
UP
Discharge
LEFT
Discharge
RIGHT
MIni
)lm
Weight Transfer
Lift Handle To
Engage
Weight Transfer
Depress Pedal
To Disengage
Transmission
Ignition Key
Insert To Run,
Pull Out To Stop.
SafetyWarningSymbols
A
m..+
DANGER
Thrown Objects.
Keep Bystanders Away.
DANGER
Thrown Objects.
Keep Bystanders Away.
IMPORTANT
Read Owner's Manual
Before Operating
This Machine.
DANGER
Avoid Injury From
Rotating Auger. Keep
Hands, Feet And
Clothing Away.
WARNING
Hot Surface
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STOP
5
WARNING
DANGER
Stop The Engine
Before Uncloggin_
Discharge Chute.
Contents
of Parts Bag (actual size)
1 - Owner's Manual (not shown)
1 - Packet of Fuel Stabilizer (not shown)
1 - Warranty Card (not shown)
2 - Parts bags (not shown)
*Non-Assembly
Parts, found in toolbox located on belt cover
1- Screw, 3/8"-16 x 2"
71007
1-Split
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23SP,_cer_
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"2- S;_Pins
2-Flatwasher
71072
Lockwasher
71062
3/8"
1 - Remote Chute Knob
(not actual size)
e ,Os°re'
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r
1 - Shift Lever Knob
(not actual size)
1 - Hex Jam Nut 1/4"
71034
Parts packed separately
1 - Flatwasher
71071
3/8"
in carton (not shown full size)
2- Ignition Keys
(Attached to engine in plastic bag)
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Assemo,y
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1 - Cotter Pin
71081
Read and follow the assembly and adjustment instructions for your snow
thrower. All fasteners are in the parts
bag. Do not discard any parts or material until the unit is assembled.
NOTE: In this instruction book, left
and right describe the location of a
part from the operator's position behind the unit.
Tools
assembly
maintenance
to
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WARNING: orBefore
doing any
the snow thrower, remove the
wire from the spark plug.
safety glasses
or eye
WARNING:
Always
wear
shields while assembling
snow thrower.
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Figure 1 shows the snow thrower
shipping position.
in the
Required
1
Knife
1
Pliers
1
1/2 inch open end wrenches
1
9/16 inch open end wrenches
1
3/4 inch open end wrenches
1
Measuring tape or ruler
1
Screwdriver
Figure 2 shows the snow thrower completely assembled.
Auger
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Traction Drive
Lever
Remote
Chute
Crank
Lever
Chute
Deflector
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v
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Control
Cable
Figure 1
Height
Adjust
Skid
How To Remove The Snow
Thrower From The Carton
1.
Locate all parts that are packed
separately and remove from the
carton.
NOTE: Put fuel stabilizer in a safe
place until needed for storage.
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Figure 2
2.
Cut and discard the plastic ties that
secure the crank assembly and the
shift rod assembly.
3.
Cut down all four corners of the carton and lay the side panels flat.
4.
Cut the metal bands that hold the
snow thrower to the lower pallet.
Remove and discard all packing
material from around the snow
thrower.
.
For shipping purposes, the height
adjust skids are attached to the
pallet. Remove the screw that secures each height adjust skid to
the pallet. See Figure 3.
.
8.
Cut the ties that secure the clutch
control cables to the lower handle.
See Figure 1. Move the cables
away from the motor frame.
9.
Make sure the clutch control
cables are attached to the clutch
levers. See Figure 4.
10. Tighten the bolts that secure the
upper and lower handles.
Clutch Lever
Adjust
Skid
Screw
.
Figure 3
Loosen,(do not remove) the bolts
that fasten the upper and lower
handles. Raise the upper handle
into the operating position.
NOTE: Make sure the cables are
not caught between the upper
and lower handles.
Clutch Control Cable
Figure 4
11. Hold onto the handle and pull the
snow thrower off the carton.
CAUTION:
cables.
How To Assemble
The Handle And Crank Assembly
1. Loosen, but do not remove, the fasteners in the upper holes of the
lower handle. See Figure 5.
.
DO NOT back over
Install the screw, flatwasher, lockwasher, and hex nut into the bottom hole on the right side of the
handles. DO NOT tighten until all
fasteners are in place.
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Upper Handle
Loosen, Do_
Not Remove I
Loosen, Do
Crank
Assembly
Lower Handle
ll_
Locknut
Nut 3/8"
i/#
Not Remove
Flatwasher 3/8"
Screw 3/8" x 2'
Flatwasher
Eyeboff
Lockwasher
3/8"
Flatwasher
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3/8"
Figure 5
3.
Locate the crank assembly removed earlier. Remove the Iocknut
and flatwasher
from the eye bolt
assembly.
Install the eye bolt through the lower hole on the left side of the handles.
Install the flatwasher and the locknut loosely on the eye bolt.
Carefully remove cotter pin, clevis
pin, universal joint pin, and universal joint from the crank rod assembly. See Figure 6.
Cotter Pin
4.
5.
6.
.
Mount the universal joint into the
end of the worm gear. Make sure
the large holes are aligned.
8.
Insert universal joint pin. Make
sure opening in universal joint pin
is aligned with small opening in universal joint.
9.
Mount the yoke end of crank rod
around the universal joint. Fasten
with clevis pin and cotter pin.
Spread ends of cotter pin to lock in
place.
10. Tighten the Iocknut on the eye bolt.
See Figure 5. Make sure eye bolt is
properly aligned and the crank can
freely rotate.
Clevis Pin
Crank Rod
11. Tighten all handle fasteners.
tb
Universal
Joint Pin
Universal Joint
Worm Gear
Figure 6
How To Install The Knobs
3. Make sure lip on the remote chute
knob is pointed toward the engine.
Remote
Chute Knob
1. Install the nut onto the lever. See
Figure 7.
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4. Tighten the nut against the bottom
of the remote chute knob.
Speed
,
Select
Knob
Install the speed select knob to the
speed select lever. See Figure 8.
Lip
Remote
Knob
Chute
Speed Select
Knob
Nut
3/8"_.._
Lever
Figure 7
2.
Speed Select
Lever
Assemble the remote chute knob
onto the lever until snug against the
nut.
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Figure 8
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How To Install
The Speed Control
Rod
1. Put the speed select lever into the
sixth gear position.
_Speed
Attach the speed control rod (end
with 90 ° bend) to the speed select
bracket with washer and cotter
pin. See Figure 9.
.
3.
Speed
Select
Bracket
Select
] [
Lever
Washer 3/8"
Put the speed select lever into the
first gear position.
Attach the ball joint, located on the
bottom end of the speed control
rod, to the shift yoke assembly.
See Figure 10. The fasteners are
attached to the ball joint at the
factory.
.
Figure 9
Speed Control Rod
Assembly
The length ot the ball joint and speed
control rod have been pre-adjusted at
the factory.,,If an adjustment is required,
loosen the nut. Remove the fasteners
to disconnect the ball joint from the
shift yoke assembly. To lengthen or
shorten the speed control rod, turn the
adapter to obtain the correct length.
5.
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Speed
Control
Rod
Nut
Adapter
Ball
Make sure the speed select lever
functions correctly. Move the speed
select lever through all speeds.
Joint
How To Assemble
The Chute Deflector
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Fasteners
Figure 10
install with head of carriage bolt on
the inside of the flange.
1. Remove the carriage
Figure 11.
bolt. See
.
Raise the chute deflector into operating position.
3. Fasten chute deflector to flange
with carriage bolt. Make sure to
Fasten with washer and Iocknut.
5.
Tighten Iocknut securely.
NOTE: Make sure all carriage
bolts in flange are tight. DO NOT
OVERTIGHTEN.
6.
Cut tie strap on chute deflector.
2.
Chute
Operatin
Bolt
Flang_,_ Washer
Nut
Tie Strap
Figure 11
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Check The Cables
1. Check the traction drive cable and
the auger drive cable. If the bottom
of the cables have become disconnected, reinstall the cable springs.
Make sure the long spring is attached to the traction drive and the
short spring is attached to the auger drive. See Figure 12.
.
If the top of the cables have become disconnected
from the drive
levers, attach the cables to the "Z"
fitting. See Figure 13.
"Z" Fitting
Drive Lever
Auger Drive Cable
Traction
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Drive Cable
Short
/
Spr+o0
\
Cable
Figure 13
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How To Set The Skid
Height
The snow thrower is equipped with
height adjustable skids mounted on
the outside of the auger housing. See
Figure 14. To adjust the height of the
skids, see "How To Adjust The Height
Of The Skids" in the Maintenance
section.
Skids
How To Set
The Length Of The Cables
The cables were adjusted at the factory
and no adjustments should be necessary. However, after the handles are put
in the operating position, the cables can
be too tight or too loose. If an adjustment is necessary, see "How To Check
And Adjust The Cables" in the Service
And Adjustment section.
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Figure 14
_," CHECKLIST
Before you operate your new snow
thrower, to ensure that you receive the
best performance and satisfaction from
this quality product, please review the
following checklist:
_" All assembly
completed.
P_ The discharge
1!
No remaining
instructions
have been
chute rotates freely.
loose parts in carton.
While learning how to use your snow
thrower, pay extra attention to the following important items:
P" Engine oil is at proper
level.
_" Make sure gas tank is filled properly
wnth clean, fresh, unleaded gasoline•
P" Become familiar with all controlstheir location and function. Operate
controls before starting engine.
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KNOW YOUR SNOW THROWER
READ THIS OWNER'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING
YOUR SNOW THROWER. Compare the illustrations with your SNOW THROWER
to familiarize yourself with the location of various controls and adjustments. Save
this manual for future reference,
Auger Drive Lever
Electric
Start
Button
Traction Drive Lever
Remote Chute
Control Lever
Primer
Ignition
Key
Button
Crank Assembly
Switch
Box
Chute Deflector
Discharge
Chute
Choke
Control
Throttle
Control
Recoil
Starter
Handle
Shear Pin
Height
Adjust
Skid
Figure 15
Choke Control
engine.
Auger Drive Lever - Starts and stops
the auger and impeller (snow gathering
and throwing)
Traction Drive Lever - Propels the
snow thrower forward and in reverse.
Primer Button - Injects fuel directly into
the carburetor manifold for fast starts in
cold weather.
Speed Shifter Lever - Selects the
speed of the snow thrower (6 speeds forward and 2 speeds reverse).
Crank Assembly - Changesthe direction
of snowthrowing through the dischargechute.
Chute Deflector - Changes thedistance
the snow is thrown.
Remote Chute Control Lever - Push
forward to discharge snow high and far.
Pull remote lever back to discharge snow
down.
Throttle
speed.
Control
- Controls the engine
Electric Start Button - (if so equipped)
Used to start the engine using the 120 V electric starter.
Discharge Chute - Changes the height
and direction the snow is thrown.
Height Adjust Skid - Adjusts the ground
clearance of the auger housing.
Ignition Key - Must be inserted to start
the engine.
Recoil Starter Handle - Starts the engine manually.
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- Used to start a cold
Shear Pin -Shear pins are designed to
break (to protect the machine) if an obiect becomes lodged in the auger housing.
Toolbox --spare shear pins and
spacers are located in toolbox.
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ver back to discharge
down.
The operation of any snow thrower can
result in foreign objects being thrown
into the eyes, which can result in severe eye damage. Always wear safety
glasses or eye shields while operating
the snow thrower.
the snow
We recommend standard safety
glasses or a wide vision safety mask for
over your glasses.
Chute Lever
Assembly
Figure 17
Manual
before
ARNING:
Readoperating
Owner's
machine. Never direct discharge toward bystanders. Stop the
engine before unclogging
discharge
chute or auger housing and before
leaving the machine.
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HOW TO MOVE FORWARD
BACKWARD
1. To shift, release the traction drive
lever (left hand) and move the
speed shift lever to the speed you
desire. See Figure 16. Ground
speed is determined by snow conditions. Select the speed you desire
by moving the speed shifter lever
left into the appropriate notches on
the shift lever plate:
Speeds 1,2- Wet, Heavy
TO STOP YOUR
SNOW THROWER
1. To stop t_rowing snow, release the
auger drive lever. See Figure 16.
2. To stop the wheels, release the
traction drive lever.
3. To stop the engine, push the
throttle control lever to off and pull
out the ignition key.
Traction Drive Lever
Auger Drive Lever
Speed 3 - Light
Speed 4 - Very Light
Speed 5,6 - Transport only
Engage the traction drive lever (left
hand). As the snow thrower starts
to move, maintain a firm hold on the
handles, and guide the snow thrower along the clearing path. Do not
attempt to push the snow thrower.
3. To move the snow thrower backward, move the speed shifter lever
right into first or second reverse and
engage the traction drive lever (left
hand).
IMPORTANT: Do not move the speed
shifter lever while the traction lever
is down.
2.
Figure 16
TO CONTROLSNOW DISCHARGE
1. Turn the crank assembly to set the
direction of the snow throwing. See
Figure 17.
2. Push the remote chute lever forward to discharge the snow high
and far. Pull the remote chute le-
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TO THROW
SNOW
1. Push down the auger driver lever
(right hand). See Figure 16.
2. Release to stop throwing snow.
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HOW TO USE
THE WHEEL LOCKOUT
The left wheel is secured to the axle
with a lockout pin. See Figure 18. The
unit was shipped with the lockout pin in
the locked position. For ease of maneuverability in light snow conditions, disconnect the lockout pin as follows.
1. Pull the knob out to disengage the
lockout pin.
2. To lock in the disengaged
position,
turn the knob 1/4 turn (90 degrees).
5. Check tire pressure (14-17
pounds).
Do not exceed maximum
amount of pressure.
CHECK
THE OIL:
NOTE: The engine was shipped from
the factory filled with oil. Check the
level of the oil. Add oil as needed.
1. Make sure the unit is level.
NOTE: Do not check the level of the
oil while the engine runs.
2.
Remove the oil fill cap/dipstick.
Check the oil.
3. If necessary, add oil until the oil
reaches the FULL mark on the oil fill
cap/dipstick (see Figure 19). Do not
add too much oil.
p/Dipstick
fF_
1_ NOTE: Oil level
/( _(_'-_J'_// must be between
"<'_'_._._._2 full and Add mark
Knob
Figure 19
Wheel
Lockout
4. Tighten the fill cap/dipstick securely
each time you check the oil level.
NOTE: For extreme cold operating
conditions of 0°F and below, use a
partial synthetic 0W30 motor oil for
easier starting.
Figure 18
BEFORE STARTING
THE ENGINE
Before you service or start the engine, familiarize yourself with the
snow thrower. Be sure you understand the function and location of all
controls.
2. Check the tension of clutch cable
before starting the engine. See To
Adjust The Control Cable paragraph in the Service & Adjustments section of this manual.
NOTE: S.A.E. 5W30 motor oil may
be used to make starting easier in
areas where temperature is consistently 20°1=.or lower.
.
,
4.
FILL GAS:
NOTICE:
ENGINES WHICH ARE
CERTIFIED TO COMPLY WITH CALIFORNIA AND US EPA EMISSION
REGULATIONS FOR ULGE ENGINES:
Are certified to operate on regular unleaded gasoline. Include the following
emission control system(s): EM, TWC
(if so equipped).
Include any user adjustable features-therefore
no other adjustments are needed.
Be sure that all fasteners are tight.
Make sure the height adjust skids
are properly adjusted.
See To Adjust Skid Height paragraph in the
Service & Adjustments
section of
this manual.
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WARNING:
Experiences
in,_
_
icates that alcohol blended
fuels (called gasohol or
those using ethanol or methanol)
can attract moisture which leads to
separation and formation of acids
during storage. Acidic gas can damage the fuel system of an engine
while in storage.
gasoline.
Do not fill fuel tank while snow
thrower is running, when it is hot, or
when snow thrower is in an enclosed area.
Keep away from open flame or an
electrical spark and do not smoke
while filling the fuel tank.
Never fill the tank completely. Fill
the tank to within 1/4"-112" from the
top to provide space for expansion
of fuel.
Always fill fuel tank outdoors and
use a funnel or spout to prevent
spilling.
Make sure to wipe up any spilled
fuel before stating the engine.
Store gasoline in a clean, approved
container and keep the cap in place
on the container.
NOTE: To avoid engine problems,
the fuel system must be emptied before storage for 30 days or longer.
Start the engine and let it run until
the fuel lines and carburetor are
empty. Use the carburetor bowl
drain to empty residual gasoline
from the float chamber. Use fresh
fuel next season. See the Storage
section in this manual for additional
information.
Never use engine or carburetor
cleaner products in the fuel tank or
permanent damage may occur.
.
TO STOP
ENGINE
To stop engine, move the throttle control lever to "STOP" position and remove key. Keep the key in a safe
place. The engine will not start without
the key.
Fill the fuel tank only with a fresh,
clean, unleaded regular, unleaded
premium, or reformulated automotive gasoline. DO NOT use leaded
gasoline. Make sure that the container you pour the gasoline from is
clean and free from rust or other foreign particles. Never use gasoline
that may be stale from long periods
of storage in the container.
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Always
use caution
WARNING:
Gasoline
is flamwhen handling or storing
TO START ENGINE
(ELECTRIC
STARTER,
IF
EQUIPPED)
Be sure that the engine has sufficient
oil. The snow thrower engine is
equipped with a 120 volt A.C. electric
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starter and recoil starter. Before starting the engine, be certain that you have
read the following information.
7.
equipped
three-wire
ARNING:with
Thea starter
is
power cord and plug and is
designed to operate on 120 volt AC
household current.It must be properly grounded at all times to avoid the
possibility
of electrical shock which
may be injurious to operator. Follow
all instructions
carefully as set forth
in the "To Start Engine" section.
Determine that your house wiring is a
three-wire
grounded system. Ask a
licensed electrician if you are not
sure. If your house wire system is
not a three-wire system, do not use
this electric starter under any conditions. If yo0r system is grounded
and a three-hole receptacle is not
available at the point your starter will
normally be used, one should be
installed by a licensed electrician.
when connecting 120 volt AC "Power
Cord", always connect the cord to
the Switch Box" on the engine first,
then plug the other end into the
three-hole
grounded receptacle.
When disconnecting "Power cord",
always unplug the end in the threehole grounded receptacle first.
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8.
9.
.
When the engine starts, release the
starter button and move choke lever to "1/2 choke" position. When
engine runs smoothly, move choke
lever to "No Choke" Position.
NOTE: Allow the engine to warm
up for several minutes before
blowing snow in temperatures
below 0°F.
11. Run engine at full throttle "FAST'
when throwing snow.
Be sure auger drive and traction
drive levers are in the disengaged
(RELEASED) position.
Move throttle control to"FAST' position.
WARM START
If restarting a warm engine after a short
shutdown, leave choke at "OFF" and do
not push the primer button. If the engine fails to start, follow the Cold Start
instructions.
3.
Remove the keys form the plastic
bag. Insert one key into ignition
slot. Make sure it snaps into place.
Do not turn key. Keep the second
key in a safe place.
4. Rotate choke knob clockwise to the
choke ON position.
5. Connect the power cord to the
switch box on the engine.
6. Plug other end of power cord into a
three-hole, grounded 120 VOLT, AC
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Push four times if temperature is
below 15° F (-10 ° C).
Push down on the starter button
until the engine starts. Do not crank
for more than 10 seconds at a time.
This electric starter is thermally protected. If overheated it will stop automatically and can be restarted
only when it has cooled to a safe
temperature (a wait of about 5 to 10
minutes is required).
10. Disconnect power cord from receptacle, first, and then from switch
box.
COLD START
1.
receptacle. (See WARNING in this
section).
Push the primer button while covering the vent hole as follows: Remove finger from primer button
between primes.
Do not prime if temperature above
50 ° F (10 ° C).
Push two time if temperature is 50 °
F (10 ° C) to 15°F (-10 ° C).
TO START ENGINE
(RECOIL
STARTER)
Be sure that the engine has sufficient
oil. The snow thrower engine is
equipped with a recoil starter. Before
starting the engine, be certain that you
have read the following information.
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COLD START
gine fails to start, follow the Cold Start
instructions.
Be sure auger drive and traction
drive levers are in the disengaged
(RELEASED)
position.
Move throttle control to"FAST" position.
.
.
FROZEN
If the starter is frozen and will not turn
engine:
1. Pull as much rope out of the starter
as possible.
2. Release the starter handle and let it
snap back against the starter.
If the engine still fails to start, repeat the
two previous steps until the engine
starts. Then continue with the directions for cold start.
3.
Remove the keys form the plastic
bag. Insert one key into ignition
slot. Make sure it snaps into place.
Do not turn key. Keep the second
key in a safe place.
4. Rotate choke knob clockwise to the
choke ON position.
5. Push the primer button while covering the vent hole as follows: Remove finger from primer button
between primes.
Do not prime if temperature above
50 ° F (10 ° C).
Push two time if temperature is 50 °
F (10 ° C) to 15°F (-10 ° C).
To help prevent possible freeze-up of
recoil starter and engine controls, proceed as follows after each snow removal job.
1. With the engine running, pull the
starter rope hard with a continuous
full arm stroke three or four times.
Pulling of starter rope will produce a
loud clattering sound. This is not
harmful to the engine or starter.
2. With the engine not running, wipe all
snow and moisture from the carburetor cover in area of control levers.
Also move throttle control, choke
control, and starter handle several
times.
Push four times if temperature is
below 15 ° F (-10 ° C).
Pull the starter handle rapidly. Do
not allow the handle to snap back,
but allow it to rewind slowly while
keeping a firm hold on the starter
handle.
6.
.
As the
choke
When
choke
tion.
engine warms up, move
lever to "1/2 choke" position.
engine runs smoothly, move
lever to "No Choke" Posi-
gine
indoorsNever
or in run
enclosed,
WARNING:
enpoorly ventilated areas. Engine exhaust contains CARBON
MONOXIDE,
AN ODORLESS AND
DEADLY GAS. Keep hands, feet,
hair and loose clothing away from
any moving parts on engine and
snow thrower.
The temperature
of muffler and
nearby areas may exceed 150°F.
Avoid these areas.
DO NOT allow children or young
teenagers to operate or be near
snow thrower while it is operating.
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NOTE: Allow the engine to warm
up for several minutes before
blowing snow in temperatures
below 0°E
.
Run engine at full throttle "FAST'
when throwing snow.
WARM
START
If restarting a warm engine after a short
shutdown, leave choke at "OFF" and do
not push the primer button. If the en-
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to
remove any
that may
WARNING:
Do item
not attempt
become lodged in auger
without taking the following precautions:
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•
Release auger drive lever.
•
Move throttle lever to stop position.
•
Remove (do not turn) ignition
key.
Disconnect spark plug wire.
•
•
Do not place your hands in the
auger or discharge chute. Use a
pry bar.
SNOW THROWING
TIPS
1. For maximum snow thrower efficienii.
cy in removing snow, adjust ground
speed, NEVER the throttle. Go
slower in deep, freezing or wet
snow. If the wheels slips, reduce
forward speed. The engine is designed to deliver maximum performance at full throttle and should be
run at this power setting at all times.
2.
Most efficient snow throwing is accomplished when the snow is removed immediately after if falls.
3.
For complete snow removal, slightly
overlap each path previously taken.
.
.
.
4. The snow should be discharged
down wind whenever possible.
5.
9.
For normal usage, set the skids so
that the scraper bar is 1/8" above
the skids. For extremely hardpacked snow surfaces, adjust the
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skids upward so that the scraper
bar touches the ground.
On gravel or crushed rock surfaces,
set the skids at 1-1/4" below the
scraper bar. See To Adjust Skid
Height paragraph in the Service &
Adjustments section of this manual. Rocks and gravel must not be
picked up and thrown by the machine.
After the snow throwing job has
been completed, allow the engine to
idle for a few minutes, which will
melt snow and accumulated ice off
the engine.
Clean the snow thrower thoroughly
after each use.
Remove ice and snow accumulation
and all debris from the entire snow
thrower, and flush with water (if possible) to remove all salt or other
chemicals. Wipe snow thrower dry.
CUSTOMER
RESPONSIBILITIES
SERVICE RECORDS
Fill in dates as you
service.
Before
Each
Use
Check Engine Oil Level
_j
completeregular
Often
Every
5
Hours
Every
10
Hours
Every
25
Hours
Each
Before SERVICE
Season Storage DATES
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Change Engine Oil
_ghten
Nuts
All Screws and
Check Spark Plug
q
Lubricate All Pivot
Points
Lubricate Disc Drive
Plate Zerk
(See Maintenance)
Check Fuel
Drain Fuel
Check Cable
Adjustment _.
(See Cable Adjustment)
Adjust Drive Belt
Lubricate Auger Shaft
(See Shear Bolt
Replacement)
GENERAL
RECOMMENDATIONS
•
The warranty on this snow thrower
does not cover items that have been
subjected to operator abuse or negligence. To receive full value from the
warranty, the operator must maintain
the snow thrower as instructed in this
manual.
If any parts are worn or damaged,
replace immediately.
LUBRICATION
Some adjustments will need to be
made periodically to properly maintain
your snow thrower.
CHART
Lubric,, '
Disc Drive _=1__
All adjustments in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual
should be checked at least once each
Plate Zerk. _11_'_
With a Hi ii_
season.
Grease.
AFTER
J
Temp EP
Moly
_/
- ----_ml
_
EACH USE
•
Check for any loose or damaged
parts.
•
Tighten any loose fasteners.
•
Check and maintain the auger.
•
Check controls to make sure they
are functioning properly.
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PRODUCT
SPECIFICATIONS
HORSEPOWER
11.0 HP
DISPLACEMENT
21.82 cu. in.
GASOLINE
CAPACITY
4 quarts
(unleaded)
OIL CAPACITY
5W30
Figure 21
20 oz capacity)
LUBRICATION-EVERY
25 HOURS
SPARK PLUG:
Champion RJ19LM
(Gap .030 in.) or
equivalent
Lubricate Disc Drive Plate every
twenty-five (25) hours and at the end of
the season and/or before storage.
VALVE CLEARANCE:
Intake: .010 In.
Exhaust: .010 In.
To Lubricate
1.
2.
SNOW T_ROWER
3.
4.
AS REQUIRED
The following adjustment should be
preformed more than once each season.
5.
1. Auger drive belt should be adjusted
after the first 2 to 4 hours of use,
again about mid-season and twice
each season thereafter (See to Adjust Belts paragraph in the Service and Adjustment section).
LUBRICATION
.
6.
- EVERY 10 HOURS
Auger Shaft - Using a hand grease
gun, lubricate the auger shaft zerk
fittings (A) every ten (10) operating
hours. Each time a shear bolt is replaced, the auger shaft MUST be
greased.
See Figure 21. See To
Replace Auger Shear Bolt in the
Service and Adjustment section.
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Position speed selector lever in first
gear.
Stand the snow thrower up on the
auger housing end.
Remove the bottom panel.
Turn disc drive plate clockwise by
hand until grease zerk is clearly
visible at front center. See
Figure 22.
Place a coin or (a shim of equal
thickness) between the rubber friction wheel and disc drive plate to
prevent rubber friction wheel contacting the drive disc plate.
To grease zerk, use a hand grease
gun, lubricate with a Hi Temp EP
Moly grease. Fill zerk only until
grease becomes visible below bearing assembly located under grease
zerk. DO NOT over fill.
CAUTION:
DO NOT allow grease to
come in contract with the disc drive
plate or friction wheel or damage will
result.
IMPORTANT:
Remove coin and ensure that a gap exists between friction
wheel and disc drive plate.
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LUBRICATION-NOT
NOTE: Clean all excess grease found
on friction disc hub.
Sprockets
(Require No
Lubrication
1. Hex Shaft and Sprockets - Hex
shaft and sprockets require no lubrication. All bearings and bushings
are lifetime lubricated and require
no maintenance. See Figure 22.
NOTE: Any greasing or oiling of the
above components can cause contamination of the friction wheel. If the disc
drive plate or friction wheel come in
contact with grease or oil, damage to
the friction wheel will result.
Hex Shaft and Sprockets
Friction
Disc
Drive
Plate
Friction
Wheel
Bearing
Assembly
C_in or Shim
Should grease or oil come in contact
with the disc drive plate or friction
wheel, be sure to clean the plate and
wheel thoroughly.
NOTE: For storage, the hex shaft and
sprockets should be wiped with 5W30
motor oil to prevent rusting.
2. Auger Gear Box - The auger gear
box is lubricated at the factory and
should not require additional lubrication. If for some reason the lubricant should leak out, have auger
gear case checked by a competent
repairman.
Point at which
grease should
be visible
Gap Between
Friction Wheel
and Disc Drive
Plate
Grease Zerk
REQUIRED
Figure 22
ENGINE
Change the oil every twenty-five (25)
hours or at least once a year if the
snow thrower is not used for twentyfive (25) hours.
LUBRICATION
Check the crankcase oil level before
starting the engine and after each five
(5) hours of continuous use. See
Figure 23. Add S.A.E. 5W30 motor oil
as needed. "Rghten fill cap/dipstick securely each time you check the oil level.
TO CHANGE
Position the snow thrower so that
the oil drain plug is at the lowest
point on the engine.
1.
.
Oil Fill Cap/Di
ENGINE OIL
Remove the oil drain plug and the
oil fill cap/dipstick.
Drain the oil
into a suitable container.
NOTE: The oil will drain more freely
when the engine is warm.
.
4.
Figure 23
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After draining all the oil, reinstall the
oil drain plug securely.
Fill the engine crankcase with
S.A.E. 5W30 motor oil, pouring
slowly. DO NOT OVERFILL.
raise the adjustable skids. Tighten
the mounting nuts. See Figure 24.
NOTE: For rocky or uneven surfaces,
raise the front of the snow thrower by
moving the skids down.
nect the spark
plug disconwire and
WARNING:
Always
place it where it cannot
make contact with spark plug to prevent accidental starting when making any adjustments
or repairs.
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maintain
groundto
WARNING:proper
Be certain
clearance for your particular
area to be cleared. Objects such as
gravel, rocks or other debris, if
struck by the impeller, may be
thrown with sufficient force to cause
personal injury, property damage or
damage to the snow thrower.
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TO ADJUST
SKID HEIGHT
This snow thrower is equipped with two
height adjustment skids, located on
the outside of the auger housing. See
Figure 24.
These skids elevate the front of the
snow thrower.
Mountin(
TO ADJUST
Nuts
SCRAPER BAR
After considerable use, the metal scraper bar will have a definite wear pattern.
The scraper bar in conjunction with the
skids should always be adjusted to allow 1/8" between the scraper bar and
the sidewalk or area to be cleaned.
1.
Auger
g
Position
surface.
Height Adjust Skid
Figure 24
Make sure both tires are equally inflated. Proper tire pressure is 14 to
17 PSI. See side of tire for maximum inflation. Do not exceed sidewall maximum pressure on tire.
,
For normal hard surfaces, such as a
paved driveway or walk, adjust the
skids as follows.
1. Position the snow thrower on a level
surface.
.
Make sure both tires are equally inflated. Proper tire pressure is 14 to
17 PSI. See side of tire for maximum inflation.
Do not exceed sidewall maximum pressure on tire.
3. Place the extra shear bolts supplied
(found in parts bag) under each
end of the scraper bar next to the
adjustable skids.
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3.
Loosen the carriage bolts and nuts
securing the scraper bar to the auger housing.
4,
Adjust the scraper bar to the proper
position.
5.
_ghten the carriage bolts and nuts,
making sure that the scraper bar is
parallel with the working surface.
.
4. Loosen the mounting nuts that hold
the adjustable skids. To bring the
front of the snow thrower down,
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the snow thrower on a level
For extended operation, the scraper
bar may be reversed. If the scraper
bar must be replaced due to wear,
remove the carriage bolts and nuts
and install a new scraper bar.
HOW TO CHECK
THE CABLES
AND ADJUST
The cables are adjusted at the factory
and no adjustment should be necessary. If the cables have become
stretched or are sagging adjustment will
be necessary.
Remove gas from gas tank. Stand
snow thrower on end.
.
2.
Disconnect the "Z" fitting
drive lever.
3.
Pull spring cover up to expose
spring. Push the cable through the
spring to expose the threaded portion of the cable. See Figure 26.
To check for correct adjustment, disconnect the Z-fitting at the drive lever,
move the drive lever to the full forward
position, just contacting the plastic
bumper. The control cables ere correctly adjusted when the center of the
"Z" fitting is between the center and
top of the hole in the drive lever and
there in no droop in the cable.
Hold the square
threaded portion
just the Iocknut
excess slack is
.
from
end of the
with pliers and adin or out until the
removed.
Spring
Square End
Locknut,
Drive Lever
"Z" Fitting _"
Figure 26
,
NOTE: Whenever the traction drive or auger belts are adjusted or replaced, the
cables will need to be adjusted.
Figure 25
TO ADJUST
BELTS
1. Disconnect
See
The Auger Drive Belt
If your snow thrower will not discharge
snow, check the control cable adjustment. If it is correct, then check the
condition of the auger drive belt. It may
be loose or damaged. If it is damaged,
replace it. See To Replace Belts paragraph in this section. If the auger drive
belt is loose, adjust as follows:
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the spark plug wire.
2. Remove the belt cover.
Figure 27.
Belts stretch during normal use, If you
need to adjust the belts due to wear or
stretch, proceed as follows:
How To Adjust
Pull the cable back through the
spring and connect the cable. Do
the same for the other drive lever
cable, if needed.
Self Tapping Screw
24
Figure 27
faction Drive Belt
_ .'T",_Driv
Auger Drive
Belt
e
'_.o
Pulley
Pulley
;,_,..fl/2 inch
=7 ...f',,
Deflection
Engaged---"
!_1"
Auger Idler
Drive
Pulley
Idler Pulley
: ._
Loosen
this nut
_
Figure 28
NOTE: If the adjustment
peat the adjustment.
Figure 29
is not correct, re-
6.
Replace the belt cover.
3. Loosen the nut on the idler pulley
and move the pulley toward the belt
about 1/8". See Figure 28.
7.
Check the clutch control cable adjustment.
8.
Reconnect
4. Tighten,the
Traction
nut.
the spark plug wire.
Drive Belt
5. Press the auger drive lever. Check
the tension on the belt (opposite auger idler pulley). The belt should
deflect about 1/2" with moderate
pressure (See Figure 29).
The traction drive beet has constant
spring pressure and does not require
adjustment.
Replace the traction drive
belt if it is slipping. See To Replace
Belts paragraph in this section.
TO REPLACE
1. Remove the gas from the gas tank.
Stand the snow thrower up on the
front end of the auger housing.
BELTS
The drive belts on this snow thrower
are of special construction
and should
be replaced with original equipment
belts available from your nearest Sears
Store. A distributor's
list is supplied in
the parts manual.
You will need the assistance of a second person while replacing the belts.
_
outdoors,
from
or
ARNING:away
Drain
thefire
gasoline
flame.
2,
3.
Disconnect the spark plug wire.
Remove the screw from the belt
cover. Remove the belt cover. See
Figure 27,
4.
How To Remove
Remove the bolts
the motor mount
Figure 30.
5, Loosen the bolts
the motor mount
ger housing and
The Auger Drive Belt
If the auger drive belt is damaged, the
snow thrower will not discharge snow.
Replace the damaged belt as follows.
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on each side of
frame. See
on each side of
frame. The authe motor mount
frame will separate,
bolts.
\_
_\\'_
Mount ---'_3k-_
Frame
I_ _
hinged by the
_
F-
Bottom
/
/
_._
Auger
1. Remove the gas from the gas tank.
Stand the snow thrower up on the
front end of the auger housing.
_H°using
Remove top I_
bolt (each
_L _
side) /
_/"
_
_
"
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O\
; m/2s
L_sen
How To Remove the Traction Drive
Belt
If the snow thrower will not move forward, check the traction drive belt for
wear or damage. If the traction drive
belt is worn or damaged, replace the
belt as follows.
(Each Side)
Figure 30
3.
Loosen the nut on the idler pulley.
Pull the,,idler pulley away from the
auger drive belt.
4.
.
Disconnect the spark plug wire.
,
6. Loosen the belt guide. Pull the belt
guide away from the auger drive
pulley. See Figure 28.
.
outdoors,
from
or
WARNING:away
Drain
thefire
gasoline
flame.
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botto
Remove the auger drive belt. See
"How To Remove The Auger Drive
Belt" in the Maintenance section.
Pull the traction drive idler pulley
away from the traction drive belt.
See Figure 31.
TractionDrive Belt
Remove the old auger drive belt.
Replace the auger drive belt with
an original factory replacement belt
available from an authorized service
center.
Drive
Traction
Drive Pulley
9. Install the new auger drive belt
onto the auger drive pulley and
onto the drive pulley.
Auger
Drive
Pulley
10. Adjust the auger drive belt. See
"How To Adjust The Auger Drive
Belt" in the Service And Adjustment
section.
Traction
Drive
Idler
Pulley
11. Adjust the belt guide. See "How To
Adjust The Belt Guide" in the Service And Adjustment section.
,
13. Tighten the bolts on each side of
the motor mount frame.
6.
Install the new traction drive belt
onto the traction drive pulley and
onto the engine pulley.
7. Make sure the traction drive idler
pulley is properly aligned with the
traction drive belt.
14. Install the belt cover. Tighten the
screw. See Figure 27.
15. Check the adjustment of the cables.
See "How To Check And Adjust The
Cables" in the Service And Adjustment section.
.
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Auger
Idler
Pulley
Engine Pulley
Figure 31
Remove the old traction drive belt
from the traction drive pulley and
from the engine pulley. Replace the
traction drive belt with an original
factory replacement belt available
from an authorized service center.
12. Install the bolts on each side of the
motor mount frame. See
Figure 30.
16. Connect the spark plug wire.
Belt Guide
26
Install and adjust the auger drive
belt. See "How To Remove The Au-
ger Drive Belt" in the Service And
Adjustmentsection.
Measure the distance between the
belt guide and auger drive belt.
The correct distance is 1/8 inch
(3.175 mm). See Figure 32.
.
9. Adjust the belt guide. See "How To
Adjust The Belt Guide" in the Service And Adjustment section.
10.Installthe bolts on each side of the
motor mount frame. See Figure 30.
Auger
Idler
11.Tighten the bolts on each side of the
motor mount frame.
_-
--_o
/
_
._"_
V'\
J"_\"
1- 1/8 Inch
(3.175mm)
Pulley "-_"
Belt Guide
\\
12.Install the belt cover. Tighten screw.
See Figure27.
13.Check the adjustment of the cables.
See "How To Check And Adjust The
Cables" in the Service And Adjustment section.
Engage__@_,_
Figure 32
14.Connect the spark plug wire.
HOW TO ADJUST
1.
Disconnect
2.
Remove
spark
Engage
BELT
Remove
See Figure
the auger
.
GUIDE
plug wire.
the screw.
belt cover.
3.
THE
drive
the
.
27.
If an adjustment is necessary, loosen the mounting bolt for the belt
guide. Move the belt guide to the
correct position. Tighten the
mounting bolt for the belt guide.
Install the belt cover. Tighten the
screw. See Figure 27.
7. Connect the spark plug wire.
lever.
HOW TO ADJUST OR REPLACE
THE FRICTION WHEEL
3.
Remove the bolts on each side of
the bottom panel. See Figure 33.
4. Loosen the bolts on each side of
the bottom panel.
5. Remove the bottom panel.
Remove Top Bolt
How To Check The Friction Wheel
If the snow thrower will not move forward, check the traction drive belt, the
traction drive cable or the friction wheel.
If the friction wheel is worn or damaged,
it must be replaced. See "How To Replace the Friction Wheel" in this section.
If the friction wheel is not worn or damaged, check as follows.
(each side)
FM°Ure
t''"
1. Remove the gas from the gas tank.
Stand the snow thrower up on the
front end of the auger housing.
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6.
/
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_t
Figure 33
Position the shift speed lever in
the first forward gear.
7. Note the position of the friction
wheel on the disc drive plate (See
outdoors,
from
or
ARNING: away
Drain
thefire
gasoline
flame.
2. Disconnect the spark plug wire.
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bottom
_ bolts _
(Each Side)
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.
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Figure 34). In the correct position,
the right outer side of the disc drive
S
plate must be three inches
(7.62cm.) from the center of the
friction
wheel. If the friction wheel
is not in the correct position, adjust
as follows.
Rod
Nut
Shift Yoke
Ball Joint
Friction
Assembly
_"
Fasteners
heel
Figure 35
Disc
Drive
Plate
How To Replace The Friction Wheel
If the friction wheel is worn or damaged,
the snow thrower will not move forward.
The friction wheel must be replaced as
follows.
1.
Remove the gas from the gas tank.
Stand the snow thrower up on the
front end of the auger housing.
A
outdoors,
from
or
ARNING:away
Drain
thefire
gasoline
flame.
Figure 34
How To Adjust The Friction Wheel
1. Loosen the nut on the speed control rod. See Figure 35.
.
3.
Remove the fasteners to disconnect the ball joint from the shift
yoke assembly. To lengthen or
shorten the speed control rod, turn
the adapter to obtain the correct
friction wheel position.
Assemble the ball joint to the shift
yoke assembly with the fasteners.
4.
Tighten
rod.
nut on the speed control
5.
Make sure the speed select lever
functions correctly. Move the speed
select lever through all speeds.
2.
Disconnect
the spark plug wire.
3.
Remove the top bolts on each side
of the bottom panel. See
Figure 33.
4.
Loosen the bottom bolts on each
side of the bottom panel.
5.
Remove the bottom panel.
6.
Remove the speed control rod
from the shift yoke assembly. See
Figure 35.
7.
Remove the three fasteners that
hold the friction wheel to the hub.
See Figure 36.
Friction
6.
Hub
Install the bottom panel. See
Figure 33.
Bolt
7. Tighten the bolts on each side of
the bottom panel.
8.
Hex
Shaft
Install the bolts on each side of the
bottom panel.
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Figure 36
28
11. Assemble the new friction
wheel
onto hub with the fasteners removed earlier.
8. Remove the four bolts that hold the
bearing plates on each side of the
hex shaft. See Figure 37.
NOTE: Take special note of the
position of the washers and retaining ring on the hex shaft and the
sprocket assembly.
Friction Wheel
12. Install the bearing plate onto the
right side. Make sure the hex shaft
is engaged with both bearing
plates and that the washers and retaining ring are installed in the original position. See Figure 37.
Hex Shaft
13. Fasten the bearing plates using
the four bolts removed earlier.
14. Make sure the hex shaft
Bearing
Plate
turns free-
ly.
Bearing
Plate
15. Attach the speed control
shift yoke assembly.
Figure 35.
rod to the
See
16. Check the adjustment of the friction
wheel. See "How To Adjust The
Friction Wheel" in this section.
Figure 37
9.
17. Make sure the friction wheel and the
disc drive plate are free from grease
or oil.
Remove the bearing plate from the
right side. Do not remove the hex
shaft. Leave the hex shaft in position. Carefully raise hex shaft just
enough to allow the friction wheel
to be removed.
!8. install the bottom panel.
Figure 33.
19. Tighten the bottom bolts on each
side of the bottom panel.
10. Remove the friction wheel from the
hub. Slip the friction wheel toward
the right off the hex shaft. See
Figure 36.
HOW TO REPLACE
THE AUGER
20. Install the top bolts on each side of
the bottom panel.
21. Connect the spark plug wire.
SHEAR BOLT
The augers are secured to the auger shaft
with special shear bolts. These shear bolts
are designed to break and protect the machine if an object becomes lodged in the auger housing. Do not use a harder bolt as the
protection provided by the shear bolt will be
lost.
,_
.
Move the throttle control to the stop
position. Disengage all controls.
2. Disconnect the spark plug wire.
Make sure all moving parts have
stopped.
protect
the machine,
only
WARNING:
For safetyuse
and
to
original equipment shear bolts.
To replace a broken shear bolt, proceed
as follows. Extra shear bolts were provided in the assembly parts bag.
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See
29
.
4.
Align the hole in the auger with the
hole in the auger shaft. Install the
new shear pin and spacer. See
Figure 38.
Connect
_ar
Pin
the spark plug wire.
_
_2cer
_Figure
TO ADJUST
THE CARBURETOR
Clean spark plug by carefully
scraping the electrodes (Do not
sand blast or use a wire brush).
.
If you think your carburetor needs adjusting, see your nearest Sears Store.
Engine performance should not be affected at altitudes up to 7,000 feet. For
operation at higher elevations, contact
your nearest lib Sears Store.
.
IMPORTANT:
Never tamper with the
engine governor, which is factory set for
proper engine speed. Over-speeding
the engine above the factory high
speed setting can be dangerous. If you
think the engine-governed
high speed
needs adjusting, contact your nearest
Sears Store, which has the proper
equipment and experience to make any
necessary adjustments.
only the proper replacement
plug.
.
3.
THE
5.
NOTE:
This spark ignition system meets
all requirements
of the Canadian Interference-Causing
Equipment Regulations.
spark
Set the gap to 0.030 inches.
Before installing the spark plug,
lightly coat the spark plug threads
with oil or grease to insure easy removal.
Firmly tighten the spark plug in the
engine.
If a torque wrench is available,
torque the plug to 18 to 23 foot
pounds.
Feeler Gauge
0.030"
If you have difficulty starting the snow
thrower, adjust or replace the spark
plug. Replace the spark plug is the
electrodes are pitted or burned or if the
porcelain is cracked. Follow the instructions below.
Spark Plug
Figure 39
To adjust:
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Be sure spark plug is clean and
free of foreign material. Check electrodes gap with a wire feeler gauge
and reset gap to 0.030" if necessary. See Figure 39.
To Replace:
1. If you need a new spark plug, use
.
TO ADJUST OR REPLACE
SPARK PLUG
38
30
To remove gasoline, run the engine
until the fuel tank is empty and the
engine stops.
.
snow
thrower
indoors
in
,_
WARNING:
Never
store oryour
an enclosed, poorly ventilated area. If gasoline remains in the
tank, fumes may reach an open
flame, spark or pilot light from a furnace, water heater, clothes dryer,
cigarette, etc.
NOTE: To prevent engine damage (if
snow thrower is not used for more
than 30 days) follow the steps below.
SNOW
If you do not remove the gasoline,
use fuel stabilizer supplied with unit
or purchase Craftsman Fuel Stabilizer No. 3550. Add fuel stabilizer to
.
any gasoline left in the tank to minimize gum deposits and acids. If the
fuel tank is almost empty, mix stabilizer with fresh gasoline in a separate container and add some to the
fuel tank.
THROWER
1. Thoroughly clean the snow thrower.
2.
Lubricate all lubrication points. See
the Maintenance section.
3.
Be sure that all nuts, bolts and
screws_are securely fastened. Inspect all visible moving parts for
damage, breakage and wear. Replace if necessary.
4.
Touch up all rusted or chipped paint
surfaces; sand lightly before painting.
5.
Cover the bare metal parts of the
blower housing auger and the impeller with rust preventative, such
as a spray lubricant.
Always follow the instruction on the
stabilizer container. After the stabilizer is added to the fuel tank, run
the engine at least ten minutes to
allow the mixture to reach the carburetor.
.
Change the engine oil.
,
5.
Lubricate the piston/cylinder area.
First, remove the spark plug and
squirt a few drops of clean engine
oil into the spark plug hole. Next,
cover the spark plug hole with a rag
to absorb oil spray. Then, pull two or
three times on the recoil starter rope
to rotate the engine. Finally, install
the spark plug and attach the spark
plug wire.
NOTE: A yearly checkup or tune-up by
a Sears service center is a good way of
ensuring that your snow thrower will
provide maximum performance for the
next season.
OTHER
1. If possible, store your snow thrower
indoors and cover it to give protection from dust and dirt.
ENGINE
_b
line
outdoors,
away
ARNING:
Drain
the from
gasofire or flame.
Gasoline must be removed or treated to
prevent gum deposits from forming in
the fuel tank, filter, hose, and carburetor
during storage. Also, during storage alcohol blended gasoline that uses ethanol or methanol (sometimes called
gasohol) attracts water. It acts on the
gasoline to form acids which damage
the engine.
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If the machine must be stored outdoors, block up the snow thrower to
be sure the entire machine is off the
ground.
2.
Cover the snow thrower with a suitable protective cover that does not
retain moisture. Do not use plastic.
IMPORTANT: Never cover snow
thrower while engine and exhaust areas
are still warm.
.
31
TROUBLE
CAUSE
CORRECTION
Difficult
Defective spark plug.
Replace spark plug.
starting
! Water or dirt in fuel system.
Engine
runs erratic
Use carburetor bowl drain to
flush and refill with fresh fuel.
Blocked fuel line, empty gas
tank, or stale gasoline
Clean fuel line; check fuel
supply; add fresh gasoline
Engine stalls
Unit running on CHOKE.
Set choke lever to RUN
3osition.
Engine runs erratic;
Loss of power
Water or dirt in fuel system.
Use carburetor bowl drain to
flush and refill with fresh fuel.
Excessive
Loose parts: damaged
impeller
Stop engine immediately and
disconnect spark plug wire.
Tighten all bolts and make all
necessary repairs. If
vibration continues, have the
unit serviced by a Sears
service repairman.
Drive belt loose or damaged.
Replace drive belt.
Incorrect adjustment
traction drive cable
Adjust traction drive cable.
vibration
Unit fails to propel itself
Unit fails
snow
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to discharge
of
Worn or damaged friction
wheel.
Replace friction wheel.
Auger drive belt loose or
damaged.
Adjust auger drive belt;
replace if damaged.
Auger control cable not
adjusted correctly.
Adjust auger control cable.
Shear bolt broken
Replace shear bolt
Discharge chute clogged.
Stop engine immediately and
disconnect spark plug wire.
Clean discharge chute and
inside of auger housing.
Foreign object lodged in
auger
Stop engine immediately and
disconnect spark plug wire.
Remove object from auger.
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CRAFTSMAN
30" 11liP SNOW THROWER
536.881110
FRAME ASSEMBLY
O[O]ll
ENGINE MOUNTS
ON THE FRAME
110
TO FRONT HOLES
12
14
45
53
59
60
69
319042
Key No.
Part No.
Model 143.001101
12
13
SCREW, 5/16-18
WASHER
41
GUIDE, ROD BELT
42
43
PLASTIC WASHER
WASHER
44
45
SCREW, 5/1 6-24X 1.00
SPACER
71060
910828
762291
53
54
PULLEY, HALF
579854
WASHER, FLAT
BELT, V
FLATWASHER
579861
579932
57
58
59
6O
63
67
68
69
F-001142J
Description
10
ENGINE
710024
71060
3949
6711
712120
586251
SPACER, SLEEVE
PULLEY, ENGINE
586253
585416
BELT, V 4L
WASHER, FLAT
WASHER
50677
71063
71015
SCREW, 3/8-24X1.00
OWNER'S MANUAL
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CRAFTSMAN
30" 11liP SNOW THROWER 536.881110
ELECTRIC
START ASSEMBLY
@
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Key No.
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Description
Part No.
6
MOTOR, STARTER
6218
7
SCREW
6216
8
SCREW
6217
9
CORD, STARTER
6219
34
CRAFTSMAN
30" 11liP SNOW THROWER 536.881110
FRAME ASSEMBLY
16
108
111
109
140
91
90
88
148
_8
91
1"
342362
Description
Key No.
F-O01142J
Part No.
8O
FRAME ASSY
761703-848
88
SCREW, 5/16--18X .50
780055
90
COVER, BOTTOM
583031-853
91
SCREW, 1/4--2OX .63
310169
103
IDLER ASSEMBLY
762296
105
PIN, HAIR .38DIAX1.64LG
711682
106
PIN, KLIK 3/16' DIA
761761
108
ASSY., SPRING AI-FACH
761766
109
BEARING, FL.
53703
110
BOLT, 3/8-16Xl
111
WASHER, FLAT
711617
140
LEVER, IDLER ARM TRACTION
761701
141
BOLT, .625X,135 HHSH 5/16-18
329989
145
IDLER SPRING TRACTION
53704
146
SCREW, 3/8-16Xl.25
761760
148
PULLEY, IDLER
50793
149
NUT, 3/8-16
590
160
COVER, BELT
760478
161
SCREW, 1/4.-20X .63
310169
162
WASHER, FLAT
71067
163
LID, BELT COVER
.25 CARR.
585781
DRIVE
760539
35
CRAFTSMAN
30" 11liP SNOW THROWER
DRIVE
536.881110
COMPONENTS
192 190
191
191
211 _
195
196
193
215
223
256
277
217
221
222
231
223
--
271
225
255
224 229
250
249
276
246
240
235
278
270
244
275
245
230
313995 REV P
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CRAFTSMAN
30" 11liP SNOW THROWER 536.881110
DRIVE COMPONENTS
Key No.
Description
Part No.
190
LEVER, ASSY TRACTION
191
REARING,
192
RING, RET E
20864
193
SPRING,
53818
195
LEVER, SPRING
196
SCREW,
198
NUT, 1/4-20
73826
210
DISC, ASSY
583163-853
211
ZERK, GREASE
583206
218
SHAFT, HEX TRACTION
583155
216
REARING,
85501
217
FLATWASHER
71074
221
RING, RETEX
73811
222
FLATWASHER
580969
223
REARING,
43846
224
KEY, SQUARE
2001022
225
PULLEY
580961
226
WASHER,
227
FLATWASHER
712123
228
WASHER,
71059
229
SCREW,
230
REARING
231
SCREW,
235
WASHER
579858
240
HEX, ASSY
579897
243
RING, RETEX
783002
244
FLATWASHER
71074
245
BEARING,
337029
246
WHEEL,
ASSY FRICTION
53830
247
SCREW,
1/4-20X
11871
249
NUT, 1/4-20
303008
25O
WASHER
579858
255
BEARING
256
SCREW,
CLUTCH
FLANGE
53703
RETURN
1/4-20X
761820
579937
.63
11871
TRUNION
ii.
BALL
WAVE
580965
SPLIT
1/4-20X
.75
1 X176
& RETAINER
5/16-18X
334163
.50
780055
TRUNION
.63
& RETAINER
5/16-18X
334163
.50
780055
& RETAINER
334163
5/1 6-18X .50
780055
270
BEARING
271
SCREW,
275
JACK, ASSY
761789
276
BEARING
334163
277
SCREW
780055
278
CHAIN ROLLER
579867
& RETAINER
LINK, CHAIN MASTER
F-001142J
760504
37
CRAFTSMAN 30" 11liP SNOW THROWER 536.881110
AUGER
48O
483
HOUSING
ASSEMBLY
490
KEY# 5(_ IS A WELDMENT AND
INCLUDES TWO SIDE PANELS.
500
482%
/
"_"
509 511
500-
524
544
514
339974
Key
Key
No.
Description
Part No.
No.
Description
480
PULLEY
583146
511
BOLT, 5/16-18
482
KEY, SQUARE
2001022
514
NUT, 5/16-18
710026
483
WASHER, FLAT
71074
520
AUGER, LEFT
760589-853
484
NUT, 1/2-20
712121
521
AUGER, RIGHT
760590-853
485
SPACER, SLEEVE
334514
522
SCREW
490
RETAINER,BEARING
582960
523
SPACER, SLEEVE
491
BEARING,
43846
524
NUT, 1/4-20
493
SCREW
313676
525
BEARING
53757
499
NUT, 5/16-18 HEX
710026
527
SCREW
70984
500
HOUSING, ASSY
761732-848
540
SKID
762376-853
509
PLUG
760040
541
BOLT, 5/16-18
510
BLADE, SCRAPER
760659-853
544
NUT, 5/16-18
BALL
X.75
Part No.
38
3943
HEX
X .75
HEX
* When ordering replacement parts, order Shear Pin part number 760875.
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340720
340720
710026
CRAFTSMAN
30" 11liP SNOW THROWER 536.881110
GEAR CASE ASSEMBLY
306
340
321
311
33O
304
316-312
313
315
314014
-30O
310
Key No.
Description
CASE, RIGHT GEAR
CASE, LEFT GEAR
896
895
3O3
304
SCREW, 5/16-24xl.00
NUT, 5/16-24
910828
71100
305
306
SCREW, 5/16-24xl.50
PIPE PLUG
330434
53749
310
311
SEAL, OIL
780151
SEARING, SLEEVE
WASHER, FLAT
53743
53748
SHAFT, AUGER OUTPUT
GASKET, GEAR BOX
WORM GEAR
760527
897
KEY, WOODRUFF
RING, QUAD
73905
53737
312
313
314
315
316
320
321
322
323
324
326
327
330
340
#91
53730
BEARING, FLANGE
WASHER, FLAT
583126
48275
BEARING,
50684
48275
ROLL
WASHER, FLAT
HI-PRO KEY 606
50795
53732
WORM GEAR
53731
BEARING, SLEEVE
IMPELLER
761692-853
333431
10oz TUBE LUBRIPLATE
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Part No.
300
301
39
CRAFTSMAN 30" 11liP SNOW THROWER 536.881110
DISCHARGE
CHUTE ASSEMBLY
582
586'
6O8
F..-001142J
40
CRAFTSMAN 30" 11liP SNOW THROWER 536.881110
DISCHARGE
Key No.
F-001142J
CHUTE ASSEMBLY
Description
CHUTE
Part No.
580
ASSY., UPPER
761168-853
582
SCREW, 5/16-18X.75
578088
584
NUT, 5/16-18
71038
585
SCREW,
586
WASH E R
587
NUT, 5/16-18
600
LOWER CHUTE
601
BOLT, 5/16-18X1.00
586280
602
FLATWASHER
71071
603
NUT, 5/16-18
71038
604
FLAP
762322
605
RIVET
760987
606
COLLAR,
CHUTE
607
SCREW,
1/4-20X
608
F LATWAS H E R
71067
609
NUT, 1/4-20
780029
610
RETAINER,
RING INNER
337227
611
RETAINER,
RING OUTER
585193
HEX
5/16-18X.75
578088
6711
HEX NYL
71038
ASSEMBLY
761169-853
585214-853
.75
302628
HEX NYLOCK
41
CRAFTSMAN
30" 11liP SNOW THROWER
HANDLE ASSEMBLY
536.881110
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CRAFTSMAN 30" 11liP SNOW THROWER 536.881110
HANDLE
Key
No.
Description
ASSEMBLY
Part
No.
Key
No.
Description
Part
No.
720
ASSEMBLY, HANDLE
579264
775
SPACER
579183
723
SCREW, 3/8-16X2.00
71007
785
NUT, 1/4-20 HEX
71034
724
SCREW, 3/8-16X3.00
7288
787
KNOB, SHIFT 1/420
585522
725
WASHER, FLAT
71072
790
ROD, ASSY LH
578926
726
WASHER
71062
791
ROD, ASSY RH
578924
727
NUT, 3/8-16 REGHEX
71044
795
BRACKET,
579002
728
STOP, PLASTIC
7289
796
SCREW,
729
GRIP, HANDLE
50792
797
WASHER,
739
BUMPER
4049
798
NUT, 5/16-18
740
CABLE,
1580
799
CAM LOCK
8417
741
CABLE, AUG CLUTCH
761591
800
PIN, SPRING PIVOT
584673
743
TENSION SPRING
579869
801
NUT, PUSH ON
73664
744
SPRING, CLUTCH
1673
802
PIN, COTTER
71081
745
NUT, 1/4-20 HEX
780029
803
FLATWASHER
71071
750
HANDLE, LOWER
5543-853
804
ROD, CONTROL
581079
751
SCREW, 5/16-18 X .75
70984
805
NUT, 5/16-24
71042
752
WASHER,
71060
806
ADAPTOR,
753
NUT, 5/16-18
71391
807
WASHER
71060
754
SCREW, 5/16-18 X .75
70984
808
JOINT, STEEL BALL
50782
770
BRACKET, SHIFT
581964
809
WASHER
71060
771
SCREW, 3/8--16X3.00
7288
810
NUT, 5/16-24
772
SPRING
50786
811
BEARING,
773
WASHER,
71072
812
ROD, YOKE
337436
774
NUT, 3/8-16 HEX
71046
813
NUT, 38-16
71111
F-O01142J
CLUTCH
SPTLK
FLAT
43
CAM
5/16-18X.75
313676
SPTLK
71060
HEX
HEX
SPEED
FL
HEX
71037
6352
71042
579944
CRAFTSMAN
30" 11liP SNOW THROWER
WHEEL ASSEMBLY
536.881110
678
673
I
650 655
/
/
676
678_
656
671
654
673
¢
686
689
684
685\
687
688
675
677
681
Key No.
65O
652
653
654
655
656
671
673
675
676
677
678
680
681
682
683
684
685
686
687
688
689
F-O01142J
Description
SHAFT, AXLE
SPRKT & HUB
Part No.
583017
SCREW, 1/4-20X2.25
NUT, 1/4-20 HEX NYLOCK
583007
73839
BRNG, FL
780029
581730
CHAIN, ROLLER
FLATWASHER
583013
712120
BUSHING,
585591
WHEEL
TIRE & RIM, LEFT
SCREW, 1/4-20Xl .75
1501019
577015
NUT, 1/4-20
RING, RET
780029
HEX NYLOCK
TIRE & RIM, RIGHT
DISC,WHEEL
SCREW
239
1501020
1501032--853
2001066
HUB, WHEEL LOCK
SPRING, COMPRESSION
1501031-853
164X34
PIN, LOCK
KNOB
1501033
1501034
PIN
O32X78
SCREW
NUT
73839
780029
44
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CRAFTSMAN 30" 11liP SNOW THROWER 536.881110
CONTROL
PANEL ASSEMBLY
741
REF. KEY#'
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REF. KEY# 790
Key No.
Part No.
CLUTCH HANDLE LH
578992
731
CLUTCH HANDLE RH
578993
760
761
PANEL, CONTROL
579039
SCREW, 10 X .62
BRACKET, PANEL
316042
578866-853
SCREW, 5/16-18 X 1.75
WASHER, HVSPTLK
302900
71060
NUT, 5/16-18
71037
BOLT, 1/4-20 X .50
NUT, 1/4-20
45
905531
908913
765
766
767
768
792
794
F--O01142J
Description
730
CRAFTSMAN
30" 11liP SNOW THROWER
REMOTE
CHUTE CONTROL
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536.881110
ASSEMBLY
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342858
F-O01142J
46
CRAFTSMAN
30" 11HP SNOW THROWER
REMOTE CHUTE CONTROL
Key No.
F-O01142J
Description
536.881110
ASSEMBLY
Part No.
965
SPRING, TENSION RETURN
318468
966
WASHER, FLAT
711666
967
BOLT, 5/16-18
310088
968
WASHER,
73787
969
NUT, 1/4-20
970
SCREW, 5/16-18
971
BRACKET, CABLE CHUTE
780066
9_'2
N UT, 5/16-18
71391
973
TRIM
55021
974
TI E, CABLE
760113
975
CABLE, CHUTE CONTROL
761131
98O
BOLT, 5/16-18
310088
981
WIRE FORM
780220
982
NUT, 1/4-10
302635
990
SCREW, 3/8-16X1.75
4058
991
WASHER,
71072
992
WASHER, SPRING
4051
993
HANDLE ASSY, SPEED CONTROL
579040
994
NUT, 3/8-16 REGHEX
71044
995
HANDLE, 3/8-16 MOLDED
306689
996
NUT, 3/8-16 HEX
71046
FLAT
302635
X .75
313676
FLAT
47
CRAFTSMAN 30" 11liP SNOW THROWER 536.881110
CHUTE
CONTROL
ROD ASSEMBLY
856
. 855
854
862
855
850
860
863
I
867
863
864
874
334215
Key No.
F-OO1142J
Description
Part No.
850
CRANK,
854
585426
HANDLE,
855
FLATWASHER
309312
856
E RING
578159
860
EYE BOLT 3/8-16X6.00
581618
861
GROMMET,
148
862
BOOT
863
NUT, 3/8-16
864
FLATWASHER
71072
865
ADAPTER,
309344
866
FLATWASHER
867
NUT, 3/8-16
870
BRACKET,
871
WORM,
872
BLOCK,
UNIVERSAL
873
CLEVIS
PIN
874
PIN, UNIVERSAL
875
COTTER
ASSY CHUTE
CHUTE CRANK
EYE BOLT
307399
308145
71045
HEXJAM
BOOT TO HANDLE
71072
71046
HEXNYL
585195
WORM MTG
GEAR CHUTE
ROTATION
PIVOT
585196
578063
578309
JOINT
578060
PiN
579493
48
CRAFTSMAN
30" 11liP SNOW THROWER 536.881110
HEADLIGHT
621
$26
S28
627
622
SD1029
Key No.
F-O01142J
Description
PaN No.
621
LIGHT, HALOGEN
762343
622
HARNESS,
1501036
625
TIE, CABLE
57444
626
BRACKET
578921
627
SCREW
628
WASHER,
HEADLIGHT
#8 X .5O
901696
FLAT
901736
49
CRAFTSMAN
4-CYCLE
ENGINE
MODEL
NUMBER 143.011101
83
,308
7O
69
224,
182
185
336,
219
370K
370B 328
F-O01142J
50
CRAFTSMAN 4-CYCLE
ENGINE MODEL NUMBER 143.011101
KEY
NO.
PART
NO.
1
35371
Cylinder Ass'y (2, 20, 72)
49
36896
Oil Dipper
2
27652
Dowel Pin
50
35375
Camshaft (MCR)
3
650820
Screw, 1/4-20xl/2"
60
33273A
Blower Housing Extension
4
31857
Oil Drain Extension
65
650128
Screw, 10-24x1/2"
5
30969
Extension
Cap
69
35262A
Cylinder Cover Gasket
15
30669C
Governor
Rod
70
35376
Cylinder Cover
15A
30700
Governor
yolk
71
35377
Crankshaft
15B
650494
Screw 6-40 x 5/16"
75
35319
Oil Seal
16
33454
Governor
Lever
80
31845
Governor Shaft
17
29916
Governor
Lever Clamp
81
30590A
Washer
18
651018
Screw, Torx 7"-15
82
35378
Governor
19
34663
Speed Control Spring
83
30588A
Governor Spool
20
35319
Oil Seal
84
29193
Retaining Ring
25
36460 g"
Blower Hsg Baffle
86
650833
Screw, 1/4-20 x 1-3/16"
26
650561
Screw, 1/4-20
87
650832
Screw, 1/4-20
28
30322
Locknut 8-32
89
32589
Flywheel Key
30
37231
Crankshaft
90
611193
Flywheel (W/Ring Gear)
35
29826
Screw, 10-32x3/4"
92
650880
Washer
36
29918
Lockwasher
93
650881
Flywheel Nut
37
29216
Locknut
10-32
100
35135
Solid State Ignition
38
29642
Retaining
Ring
101
610118
Spark Plug Cover
40
35776A
Piston, Pin & Ring Set
102
651024
Solid State Mounting Stud
(Std.)
103
651007
Screw, Torx 7-15
110
35187
Ground Wire
110A
37047
Ground Wire
119
36451
Cylinder Head Gasket
DESCRIPTION
KEY
NO.
x 5/8"
40
35777A
Piston, Pin & Ring Set
(.010" OS)
40
35778A
Piston, Pin & Ring Set
(.020" OS)
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
Bushing
Gear Ass'y
41
35773A
Piston, Pin Ass'y. (Std.)
120
36449
Cylinder Head
41
35774A
Piston,
Pin Ass'y.
125
27878A
Exhaust Valve (std)
(.010" OS) (Incl. 43)
125
27880A
Exhaust Valve ( 1/32" OS)
126
34035
Intake Valve (Std.)
126
34036
Intake Valve ( 1/32" OS)
127
650691
Washer
128
650690
Belleville Washer
129
650727
Screw, 5/16-18xl-3/4"
130A
6021A
Screw, 5/16-18
x 1-1/2"
130B
651055
Screw, 5/16-18
x 5/8"
130C
650694A
Screw, 5/16-18
x 2"
41
35775A
Piston, Pin Ass'y,
(.020" OS) (Incl. 43)
42
35779
Ring Set (Std.)
42
35780
Ring Set (.010" OS)
42
35781
Ring Set (.020" OS)
43
35772
Piston Pin Retaining Ring
45
36898
Connecting
Rod Assy.
47
651033
Connecting
Rod Bolt
48
34034
Valve Lifter
F-OO1142J
x 1-11/16"
51
CRAFTSMAN
4-CYCLE
ENGINE
MODEL
NUMBER 143.011101
135
35395
Resistor Spark Plug
277
651002
Screw, 5/16-18x4-3/16"
33013
Starter Bubble Cover
33369
(RJ1 9LM)
Governor Gear Bracket
281
139
282
650760
Screw, 8-32 x 3/8"
140
659836
Screw, 10-24 x 1/2"
285
35985B
Starter Cup
149
27882
Valve Spring Cap
287
29752
Nut & Lockwasher
149A
35862
Valve Spring Cap
290
30705
Fuel Line
150
27881
Valve Spring
292
26460
Fuel Line Clamp
151
169
32581
27896A
Valve Spring Keeper
Valve Cover Gasket
298
650665
Screw, 1/4-15 x 3/4"
300
34156A
Fuel Tank
170
28423
Breather Body
301
35355
Fuel Cap
171
28424
Breather Element
305
35554
Oil Fill Tube
172
28425
Valve Cover
307
35499
"O" Ring
173
35350
Breather Tube
308
35540
Fill Tube Clip
174
650128
Screw, 10-24 x 1/2"
310
36205
Dipstick
178
29752
Nut & Lock Washer
314
650873
Screw, 1/4-20 x 3/4"
182
30088A
Screw, 1/4-28 x 1"
315
611111
Alternator Coil
183
34587A
Choke Bracket
323
611118
Carburetor Terminal
184
33263
Carb. To Intk Pipe Gasket
325
29443
Wire Clip
185
33877
Intake Pipe
327
35392
Starter Plug
166
34667
Governor Link
328
35593
Ignition Key
186B
36652
Choke Spring
329
610973
Terminal
200
34677
Control Bracket
335
35075A
Cover
203
31342
Compression
336
650765
Screw, 10--32 x 1/2"
204
651029
Screw, Torx T-IO
336
28942
Screw, 10--32 x 3/8"
206
610973
Terminal
340
34154
Fuel Tank Bracket
207
33878
Throttle Link
341
34155
Fuel Tank Bracket
209
650821
Screw, 10-32 x 1/2"
342
650561
Screw, 1/4-20 x 5/8"
215
35440
Control Knob
343
35079
Key Switch Bracket
219
34586
Choke Rod
350
570682A
Primer Ass'y
220
35438
Choke Knob
351
32180C
Primer Line
222
28820
Screw, 10-32 x 1/2"
355
590574
Starter Handle
223
650378
Screw, Torx T-40
364
33337
Carburetor Cover Bracket
224
27915A
Intake Pipe Gasket
365
650767
Screw, 8-32 x 27/64"
260
35447A
Blower Housing
370C
36501
Primer Decal
261
650788
Screw, 5/16-18
x 3/4"
370
35077
Control Decal
262
29747B
Screw, 5/16-24
x 21/32"
370R
35878
Warning Decal
264A
650802
Screw, 1/4-20 x 5/8"
380
640054
Carburetor (Incl. 184)
265
33272B
Cyclinder
390
590749
Rewind Starter
275
35056
Muffler
396
33329E
Electric Start Motor (Opt)
276
31588
Locking Plate
400
36452A
Gasket Set
F-O01142J
Spring
Head Cover
52
1/4-28
CRAFTSMAN 4-CYCLE
12
ENGINE MODEL NUMBER 143.011101
13
I
KEY
NO,
PART
NO.
0
590749
Rewind Starter
1
590599A
2
3
590600
590679
Spring Pin
Washer
Retainer
4
6
590601
590680
Washer
7
590412
590682
Dog Spring
Pulley & Rewind Spring Assy,
590750
590535
Starter Housing Ass'y.
12
13
590574
Mitten Grip Handle (Not included with starter)
53
8
11
F-.OO1142J
DESCRIPTION
Starter Dog
Starter Rope (Length 98" x 9/64" dia.)
CRAFTSMAN
4-CYCLE
ENGINE MODEL
NUMBER
27
_37
36
-25
F-OOl142J
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143.011101
CRAFTSMAN 4-CYCLE
KEY
NO.
--
F-001142J
ENGINE MODEL NUMBER 143.011101
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
640054
Carburetor
1
631776A
Throttle Shaft & Lever Assembly
2
631970
Throttle
Return Spring
6
631778
Throttle
Shutter
7
650506
Shutter Screw
10
632112
Choke Shaft & Lever Assembly
14
632174
Choke Shutter
15
630735
Choke Positioning Spring
16
632164
Fuel Fitting
17
650417
Throttle Crack Screw/Idle Speed Screw
18
630766
Tension Spring
20
640016
Idle Mixture Screw
20A
640053
Idler Restrictor
25
631951
Float Bowl Ass'y. (Incl. 32 & 33)
27
631024
Float Shaft
28
632019
Float
29
631028
Float Bowl "O" Ring
30
631021
Inlet Needle, Seat & Clip (Incl. 31)
31
631022
Spring Clip
32
27136A
Bowl Drain Assembly
33
27554
Drain Plunger Gasket
36
640005
Main Nozzle Tube
37
632547
"O" Ring, Main Nozzle Tube
40
640012
High Speed Bowl Nut
44
27110A
Bowl Nut Washer
47
630748
Welch Plug, Idle Mixture Well
48
631027
Welch Plug, Atmospheric
55
(Incl.184 of Engine Parts List)
Screw Cap
Vent
CRAFTSMAN
4-CYCLE ENGINE MODEL NUMBER 143.011101
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CRAFTSMAN
4-CYCLE
KEY
NO.
F-001142J
ENGINE
MODEL
PART
NO.
NUMBER
143.011101
DESCRIPTION
0
33329E
Electric Starter (110 Volt)
1
33451
Dust Cover
2
33842
Retainer Ring
3
33430
Spring Retainer
4
33431
Anti-drift
5A
37050
Nut & Gear
6
35449
Drive End Cap Ass'y (Incl. 7)
7
35450
"O" ring
8
35915
Armature
9
35451A
Housing Aes'y
10
35452A
Brush & Spring Card Ass'y
11
35911
Thrust Washer
13
590500
Thrust Washer
14
33441
Ground Screw
15
35453
Commutator
16A
35454
Switch Box Ass'y
24
35455
Case Bolt
25
35456
Grounding
26
650819
Screw, 6-32 x 2-1/2"
29
32450B
Extension Cord (10'6)
30
30063
Screw, Torx T-30,
531
650820
Screw, 1/4-20
Spring
57
(Must purchase complete motor)
End Cap Ass'y (Incl. 7)
(Incl. 27A)
Screw
1/4-20 x 1/2"
x 1/2"
NOTES
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NOTES
F-OO1142J
59
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