Craftsman 358.350260 Operator`s manual

Craftsman 358.350260 Operator`s manual
Operator's
Manual
CRAFTSMAN
2.2 cu.in./36cc 2-Cycle
GASOLINE CHAIN SAW
Model No.
358.350260
- 16 in. Bar
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WARNING:
Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating
Instructions
before first use of this product.
For answers
Call 7 am-7
to your questions about this product:
pm, Mon.-Sat.,
or 10 am-7 pm, Sun.
1-800-235-5878
Sears, Roebuck
530087865
08/19/99
(Hours listed are Central Time)
and Co., Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179 USA
Warranty
Safety Rules
Assembly
Operation
Maintenance
Service and Adjustments
2
2
5
6
11
14
Storage
Trouble Shooting Chart
Emissions Statement
Parts List
Spanish
Parts & Ordering
FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
CHAIN SAW
ON CRAFTSMAN
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® GAS
For one year from the date of purchase, when this Craftsman Gas Chain Saw is
maintained, lubricated and tuned up according to the operator's manual, Sears
will repair, free of charge, any defect in material or workmanship.
This warranty excludes the bar, chain, spark plug and air filter, which are
expendable parts and become worn during normal use.
If this Gas Chain Saw is used for commercial or rental purposes, this warranty
applies for 30 days from the date of purchase.
WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY RETURNING THIS CHAIN SAW TO
THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights
which vary from state to state.
Sears, Roebuck and Co., D/817 WA, Hoffman Estates, IL 60179
WARNING:
Always disconnect spark
plug wire when making repairs except
for carburetor adjustments. Because a
chain saw is a high-speed woodcutting
tool, careless or improper use of this
tool can cause serious injury.
PLAN AHEAD
• Restrict the use of your saw to adult
users who understand and can follow
the safety rules, precautions, and operating instructions found in this
manual.
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Safety
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Eye
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Gloves
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Safety Chaps
• Wear protective gear. Always use
steel-toed safety footwear with nonslip soles; snug-fitting clothing;
heavy-duty, non-slip gloves; eye pro-
•
tection such as non-fogging, vented
goggles or face screen; an approved
safety hard hat; and sound barriers
(ear plugs or mufflers) to protect your
hearing. Regular users should have
hearing checked regularly as chain
saw noise can damage hearing. Secure hair above shoulder length.
Keep all parts of your body away
from the chain when the engine is
running.
Keep children, bystanders, and animals at least 30 feet (10 meters)
away from the work area when starting and using the saw.
Do not handle or operate a chain
saw when you are fatigued, ill, or upset, or if you have taken alcohol,
drugs, or medication. You must be in
good physical condition and mentally
alert. If you have any condition that
might be aggravated by strenuous
work, check with doctor before operating.
Do not start cutting until you have a
clear work area, secure footing, and
especially if you are felling a tree, a
retreat path.
OPERATE
YOURSAW
SAFELY
• Do not operate with one hand. Serious injury to the operator, helpers, or
bystanders may result from onehanded operation. A chain saw is intended for two-handed use.
• Operate the chain saw only in a wellventilated outdoor area.
• Do not operate saw from a ladder or
in a tree, unless you are specifically
trained to do so.
• Make sure the chain will not make
contact with any object while starting
the engine. Never try to start the saw
when the guide bar is in a cut.
• Do not put pressure on the saw, especially at the end of the cut. Doing
so can cause you to lose control
when the cut is completed.
• Stop engine before setting saw
down.
• Hand carry saw only when engine is
stopped. Carry with muffler away
from body; guide bar & chain projecting behind you; guide bar preferably
covered with a scabbard.
MAINTAIN
YOUR
SAW IN GOOD
WORKING
ORDER
• Have all chain saw service performed by a qualified service dealer
except the items listed in the maintenance section of this manual.
• Make certain the saw chain stops
moving when the throttle trigger is
released. For correction, refer to
"Carburetor Adjustments."
• Keep the handles dry, clean, and
free from oil or fuel mixture.
• Keep caps and fasteners securely
tightened.
• Use only Craftsman accessories and
replacement parts as recommended.
Never modify your saw.
HANDLE
FUEL WITH CAUTION
• Do not smoke while handling fuel or
while operating the saw.
• Eliminate all sources of sparks or
flame in areas where fuel is mixed or
poured.
• Mix and pour fuel in an outdoor area
and use an approved, marked container for all fuel purposes. Wipe up
all fuel spills before starting saw.
• Move at least 10 feet (3 meters) from
fueling site before starting.
• Turn the engine off and let saw cool
in a non-combustible
area, not on
dry leaves, straw, paper, etc. Slowly
remove fuel cap and refuel unit.
• Store the unit and fuel in a cool, dry
well ventilated space where fuel vapors cannot reach sparks or open
flames from water heaters, electric
motors or switches, furnaces, etc.
GUARD AGAINST
KICKBACK
Follow all safety rules to help avoid
kickback and other forces which can
result in serious injury.
Kickback Path
_tions
Clear The Working Area
WARNING:
Rotational Kickback can
occur when the moving chain contacts
an object at the upper portion of the tip
of the guide bar. Contact at the upper
portion of the tip of the guide bar can
cause the chain to dig into the object,
which stops the chain for an instant.
The result is a lightning fast, reverse
reaction which kicks the guide bar up
and back toward the operator.
Pinch-Kickback
and Pull-In occur when
the chain is suddenly stopped by being pinched, caught, or by contacting a
foreign object in the wood. This sudden stopping of the chain results in a
reversal of the chain force used to cut
wood and causes the saw to move in
the opposite direction of the chain
rotation. Pinch-Kickback
drives the saw
straight back toward the operator. PullIn pulls the saw away from the operatot.
REDUCE
THE CHANCE
OF
KICKBACK
• Recognize that kickback can happen.
With a basic understanding of kickback, you can reduce the element of
surprise which contributes to accidents.
• Never let the moving chain contact
any object at the tip of the guide bar.
• Keep working area free from obstructions such as other trees, branches,
rocks, fences, stumps, etc. Eliminate
oravoidanyobstruction
thatyour
Keep your left arm straight with the
elbow locked.
sawchain
couldhitwhile
cutting.
• Keep
sawchain
sharp
andproperly • Position your left hand on the front
tensioned.
Aloose
ordullchain
can
handlebar so it is in a straight line
increase
thechance
ofkickback.
with your right hand on the rear hanFollow
manufacturer's
chain
sharp- dle when making bucking cuts.
ening
andmaintenance
instructions. Stand slightly to the left side of the
Check
tension
atregular
intervals, saw to keep your body from being in
butnever
withengine
running.
Make a direct line with the cutting chain.
surebarclamp
nutsaresecurely • Stand with your weight evenly balanced on both feet.
tightened.
• Do not overreach. You could be
• Begin
andcontinue
cutting
atfull
drawn or thrown off balance and lose
speed.
Ifthechain
ismoving
ata
control.
slower
speed,
thereisgreater
chance
ofkickback
occurring.
• Do not cut above shoulder height. It
• Useextreme
caution
when
reenter- is difficult to maintain control of saw
above shoulder height.
ingacut.
• Donotattempt
cutsstarting
withthe KICKBACK SAFETY FEATURES
tipofthebar(plunge
cuts).
The following features
• Watch
forshifting
logsorother
forces WARNING:
are included on your saw to help rethatcould
close
acutandpinch
or
duce hazard of kickback; however,
fallintochain.
such features will not totally eliminate
• Usethespecified
Reduced-Kickback
Guide
BarandLow-Kickback
Chain. this danger. Do not rely only on safety
devices.
AvoidPinch-Kickback:
• Beextremely
aware
ofsituations
or
• Handguard: designed to reduce the
obstructions
thatcancause
material chance of your left hand contacting
topinchthetopoforotherwise
stop
the chain if your hand slips off the
thechain.
front handlebar.
• Position of front and rear handlebars:
• Donotcutmore
thanonelogata
time.
designed with distance between han• Donottwistsawasbariswithdrawn dles and "in-line" with each other.
The spread and "in-line" position of
fromanundercut
when
bucking.
Avoid Pull-In:
• Always begin cutting with the engine
at full speed and the saw housing
against wood.
• Use wedges made of plastic or
wood. Never use metal to hold the
cut open.
MAINTAIN
CONTROL
Stand to the left of the saw
Thumb on
underside
of handlebar _
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Never reverse h'_nd positions
Elbow
locked
• A good, firm grip on the saw with
both hands will help you maintain
control. Don't let go. Grip the rear
handle with your right hand whether
you are right or left handed. Wrap the
fingers of your left hand over and
around the front handlebar, and your
left thumb under the front handlebar.
the hands provided by this design
work together to give balance and
resistance in controlling the pivot of
the saw back toward the operator if
kickback occurs.
• Reduced-Kickback
Guide Bar: designed with a small radius tip which
reduces the size of the kickback danger zone. This type bar has been
demonstrated to significantly reduce
the number and seriousness of kickbacks when tested in accordance
with ANSI B175.1.
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Large Radius
T p Gu de Bar
Tip Guide Bar
Small Radius
a,_
• Low-Kickback Chain: has met kickback performance requirements when
tested on a representative sample of
chain saws below 3.8 cubic inch
displacement specified in ANSI
B175.1.
Low-Kickback
Chain
Contoured Depth Gauge
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Elongated Guard Link
Force And Allows
Wood
To Kickback
Gradually
Deflects
Ride Into Cutter
SAFETY NOTICE: Exposure to
vibrations through prolonged use of
gasoline powered hand tools could
cause blood vessel or nerve damage
in the fingers, hands, and joints of
people prone to circulation disorders or
abnormal swelling. Prolonged use in
cold weather has been linked to blood
vessel damage in otherwise healthy
people. If symptoms occur such as
numbness, pain, loss of strength,
change in skin color or texture, or loss
of feeling in the fingers, hands, or
joints, discontinue the use of this tool
and seek medical attention. An
anti-vibration system does not
guarantee the avoidance of these
problems. Users who operate power
tools on a continual and regular basis
must closely monitor their physical
condition and the condition of this tool.
CHAIN BRAKE If this saw is to be
used for commercial logging, you must
order and install a chain brake to com-
CARTON
CONTENTS
Check carton contents against the following list.
Model 358,350260
• Chain Saw (fully assembled)
• Bar tool
• 2-cycle engine oil
• Chain sharpening tool
• Carrying case
• Gloves
• Wedge
• Examine parts for damage.
use damaged parts.
Do not
ply with Federal OSHA Regulations for
Commercial Logging. Contact your
Sears Service Center or call
1-800-235-5878.
SPARK ARRESTOR:
Your saw is
equipped with a temperature limiting
muffler and spark arresting screen
which meets the requirements of
California Codes 4442 and 4443. All
U.S. forest land and the states of
California, Idaho, Maine, Minnesota,
New Jersey, Oregon, and Washington
require by law that many internal
combustion engines be equipped with
a spark arrestor screen. If you operate
a chain saw in a state or locale where
such regulations exist, you are legally
responsible for maintaining the
operating condition of these parts.
Failure to do so is a violation of the
law. Refer to Customer
Responsibilities
chart in the
MAINTENANCE section.
STANDARDS:
This chain saw is listed
by Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. in
accordance with American National
Standards for Gasoline-Powered
Chain Saws Safety Requirements
(ANSI B175.1-1991).
• If you need assistance or find that
parts are missing or damaged,
please call 1-800-235-5878.
NOTE: It is normal to hear the fuel filter
rattle in an empty fuel tank.
Your unit has been factory tested and
the carburetor precisely adjusted. As a
result you may smell gasoline or find a
drop of oil/fuel residue on the muffler
when you unpack the unit.
ASSEMBLY
Your saw is fully assembled;
assembly is necessary.
no
KNOW YOUR
SAW
READ THIS OPERATOR'S
MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR CHAIN SAW. Compare the illustrations with your unit to familiarize
yourself with the location of the various controls and adjustments. Save this
manual for future reference.
Bar Tool
(chain adjustment)
Hand Guard----_r_
Front Handle
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O+STOP
Starter Rope
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Pr_ber
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Bar Oil Fill Cap
Cylinder
Starter
Housing
Switch
Fuel Mix Fill Cap
Cover
Throttle
Lockout
Adjusting
Screw
Rear
Handle
Chain
Direction
of Travel
I
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+ [RAFTS
Throttle
Trigger
i
/
Choke Bar Clamp Chain Bar Clamp Nuts
Lever
Catcher
ON/STOP SWITCH
The ON/STOP Switch is used to stop
the engine.
THROTTLE TRIGGER
The throttle trigger controls
speed.
/
Guide Bar
CHOKE/FAST
IDLE LEVER
The choke and fast idle are set by pulling the choke!fast idle lever out fully for
cold or refueled starting. The choke
provides additional fuel to the engine
during cold starting.
PRIMER BULB
The Primer Bulb circulates fuel to the
carburetor to provide quicker starting.
engine
CHAIN TENSION
It is normal for a new chain to stretch
during first 30 minutes of operation.
You should check your chain tension
frequently. See Chain Tension under
the Service and Adjustments section.
THROTTLE
LOCKOUT
The throttle lockout must be pressed
before you can squeeze the throttle
trigger. This feature prevents you from
accidentally squeezing the trigger.
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BEFORE STARTING
WARNING:
ENGINE
Be sure to read the fuel
handling information in the safety rules
section of this manual before you begin. If you do not understand the fuel
handling information do not attempt to
fuel your unit. Seek help from someone that does understand the information or call the customer assistance
help line at 1-800-235-5878.
GUIDE BAR AND CHAIN OIL
The chain oiler provides continuous
lubrication to the chain and guide bar.
Be sure to fill the bar oil tank when you
fill the fuel tank (Capacity = 6.8 fl. oz.).
For maximum guide bar and chain life,
we recommend you use Craftsman
chain saw bar oil. If Craftsman bar oil
is not available, you may use a good
grade SAE 30 oil until you are able to
obtain Craftsman brand. The oil output
is automatically metered during operation. Your saw will use approximately
one tank of bar oil for every tank of fuel
mix. Always fill the bar oil tank when
you fill the fuel tank.
FUELING ENGINE
This engine is certified to operate on
unleaded gasoline. Before operation,
gasoline must be mixed with a good
quality 2-cycle air-cooled engine oil.
We recommend Craftsman brand oil.
Mix gasoline and oil at a ratio of 40:1
(A 40:1 ratio is obtained by mixing 3.2
ounces of oil with 1 gallon of unleaded
gasoline). DO NOT USE automotive oil
or boat oil. These oils will cause
engine damage. When mixing fuel
follow the instructions printed on the
container.
Once oil is added to the gasoline,
shake container momentarily to assure
that the fuel is thoroughly mixed.
Always read and follow the safety rules
relating to fuel before fueling your unit.
IMPORTANT
Experience indicates that alcohol
blended fuels (called gasohol or using
ethanol or methanol) can attract moisture which leads to separation and
formation of acids during storage. Acidic
gas can damage the fuel system of an
engine while in storage.
To avoid engine problems, the fuel system should be emptied before storage
for 30 days or longer. Drain the gas
tank, start the engine and let it run until
the fuel lines and carburetor are empty.
Use fresh fuel next season. See STORAGE instructions for additional information.
Never use engine or carburetor cleaner products in the fuel tank or permanent damage may occur.
See the STORAGE section for additional information.
WARNING:
The chain must not
move when the engine runs at idle
speed. If the chain moves at idle
speed, refer to CARBURETOR
ADJUSTMENT within this manual. Avoid
contact with the muffler. A hot muffler
can cause serious burns.
STOPPING
YOUR
ENGINE
• Move On/Stop switch to STOP.
STARTING
YOUR
ENGINE
To start the engine, hold the saw firmly
on the ground as illustrated. Make
sure the chain is free to turn without
contacting any object.
Important points to remember
When pulling the starter rope, do not
use the full extent of the rope as this
can cause the rope to break. Do not
let starter rope snap back. Hold the
handle and let the rope rewind slowly.
For cold weather starting, start the unit
at FULL choke; allow the engine to
warm up before squeezing the throttle
trigger. Do not cut material with the
choke/fast idle lever at the FULL position.
Starter Rope Handle
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Left Hand
on Front
Right Foot Through Near Handle
COLD ENGINE OR WARM ENGINE
AFTER RUNNING OUT OF FUEL
NOTE: In the following steps, when
the choke/fast idle lever is pulled out to
the full extent, the correct throttle setting for starting is set automatically.
Primer
Bulb
_
Switch
On/Stop
• Move
On/Stop
switch
toONposition. quickly dull a chain and increase
possibility of kickback.
Choke
Knob/-Y//
• Practice cutting a few small logs
• Pull out choke/fast idle to the full extent.
• Slowly press primer bulb six times.
• Pull the starter rope quickly with your
right hand 5 times; then push the
choke/fast idle lever in completely (to
the OFF position).
• Pull the starter rope quickly with your
right hand until the engine starts.
• Allow the engine to run for approximately five seconds. Then, squeeze
and release throttle trigger to allow
engine to return to idle speed.
STARTING A WARM ENGINE
• Pull the choke/fast idle lever out to
the full extent, then push the lever
back in completely (to the OFF position).
• Slowly press primer bulb 6 times.
• Pull the starter rope quickly with your
right hand until the engine starts.
• Squeeze and release throttle trigger,
allowing engine to idle.
DIFFICULT
STARTING
OR
STARTING
A FLOODED
ENGINE
The engine may be flooded if it has not
started after 10 pulls.
Flooded engines can be cleared of excess fuel by following the warm engine
starting procedure listed above. Insure
the ignition switch is in the ON position.
Starting could require pulling the starter rope handle many pulls depending
on how badly the unit is flooded. If engine still fails to start, refer to the
TROUBLESHOOTING
chart or call
1-800-235-5878.
OPERATING
TIPS
• Check chain tension
before first use
and after 1 minute of operation. See
Chain Tension in the Maintenance
section.
• Cut wood only. Do not cut metal,
plastics, masonry, non-wood building
materials, etc.
• Stop the saw if the chain strikes a
foreign object. Inspect the saw and
repair parts as necessary.
• Keep the chain out of dirt and sand.
Even a small amount of dirt will
the
using the following steps. This will help
you get the "feel" of using your saw
before you begin a major sawing operation.
• Squeeze the throttle trigger and allow the engine to reach full speed
before cutting.
• Begin cutting with the saw frame
against the log.
• Keep the engine at full speed the
entire time you are cutting.
• Allow the chain to cut for you. Exert
only light downward pressure.
• Release the throttle trigger as soon
as the cut is completed, allowing
the engine to idle. If you run the
saw at full throttle without a cutting
load, unnecessary wear can occur.
• To avoid losing control when cut is
complete, do not put pressure on
saw at end of cut.
• Stop engine before setting saw
down.
TREE FELLING
TECHNIQUES
WARNING:
Check for broken or
dead branches which can fall while
cutting causing serious injury. Do not
cut near buildings or electrical wires if
you do not know the direction of tree
fall, nor cut at night since you will not
be able to see well, nor during bad
weather such as rain, snow, or strong
winds, etc.
• Carefully plan your sawing operation
in advance.
• Clear the work area. You need a
clear area all around the tree so you
can have secure footing.
• Study the natural conditions that can
cause the tree to fall in a particular
direction. These conditions include:
• The wind direction and speed.
• The lean ofthe tree. The lean of a
tree might not be apparent due to
uneven or sloping terrain. Use a
plumb or level to determine the direction of tree lean.
• Weight and branches on one side.
• Surrounding trees and obstacles.
• Look for decay and rot. If the trunk is
rotted, it can snap and fall toward the
operator.
• Make sure there is enough room for
the tree to fall. Maintain a distance of
2-1/2 tree lengths from the nearest
person
orother
objects.
Engine
noise
candrown
outawarning
call.
• Remove
dirt,stones,
loose
bark,
nails,
staples,
andwirefromthetree
where
cutsaretobemade.
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FELLING
LARGE
TREES
(6 inches in diameter or larger)
The notch method is used to fell large
trees. A notch is cut on the side of the
tree in the desired direction of fall. After
a felling cut is made on the opposite
side of tree, the tree will tend to fall in
the direction of the notch.
NOTE: If tree has large buttress roots,
remove them before making the notch.
NOTCH CUT AND FELLING TREE
• Make notch cut by cutting the top of
the notch first. Cut through 1/3 of the
diameter of the tree. Next complete
the notch by cutting the bottom. See
illustration. Once the notch is cut, remove the wedge of wood from tree.
Final cut here
First cut ,.
Notch
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• After removing the wood, make the
felling cut on the opposite side of the
notch. This is done by making a cut
about two inches higher than the
center of the notch. This will leave
enough uncut wood between the felling cut and the notch to form a hinge.
This hinge will help prevent the tree
from falling in the wrong direction.
Hinge holds tree on
stump and helps
control fall
fall. To avoid kickback and chain
damage, use wood or plastic wedges,
but never steel or iron wedges.
• Be alert to signs that the tree is
ready to fall: cracking sounds, widening of the felling cut, or movement in
the upper branches.
• As tree starts to fall, stop saw, put it
down, and get away quickly on your
planned retreat path.
• Be extremely cautious with partially
fallen trees that may be poorly supported. When a tree doesn't fall completely, set the saw aside and pull
down the tree with a cable winch,
block and tackle, or tractor. Do not
use your saw to cut down a partially
fallen tree.
CUTTING
A FALLEN
TREE
(BUCKING)
Bucking is the term used for cutting a
fallen tree to the desired log size.
WARNING:
Do not stand on the log
being cut. Any portion can roll causing
loss of footing and control. Do not
stand downhill of the log being cut.
IMPORTANT POINTS
• Cut only one log at a time.
• Cut shattered wood very carefully;
sharp pieces of wood could be flung
toward operator.
• Use a sawhorse to cut small logs.
Never allow another person to hold
the log while cutting and never hold
the log with your leg or foot.
• Do not cut in an area where logs,
limbs, and roots are tangled. Drag logs
into a clear area before cutting them.
BUCKING TECHNIQUES
WARNING:
If saw becomes pinched
or hung in a log, don't try to force it out.
You can lose control of the saw resulting in injury and/or damage to the saw.
Stop the saw, drive a wedge of plastic
or wood into the cut until the saw can be
removed easily. Restart saw and carefully reenter the cut. Do not use a metal
wedge. Do not attempt to restart your
saw when it is pinched or hung in a log.
Use a wedge to remove pinched saw
Opening of
felling cut
Closing ..... v
of notch
NOTE: Before felling cut is complete,
use wedges to open the cut when
necessary to control the direction of
Turn saw OFF and use a plastic or
wooden wedge to force cut open,
Overcutting
begins on the top side of
the log with the bottom of the saw
against the log. When overcutting use
light downward pressure.
Overcutting
Undercutting
fer to the illustration below for your
first and second cut).
• Your first cut should extend 1/3 of the
diameter of the log.
• Finish with your second cut.
Using a/_
Undercutting
involves cutting on the
underside of the log with top of saw
against the log. When undercutting
use light upward pressure. Hold saw
firmly and maintain control. The saw
will tend to push back toward you.
WARNING:
Never turn saw upside
down to undercut. The saw cannot be
controlled in this position.
Always make your first cut on the
compression side of the log.
First cut on compression side of log
Second
cut
First cut on compression side of log
BUCKING WITHOUT A SUPPORT
• Overcut through 1/3 of the diameter
of the log.
• Roll the log over and finish with a
second overcut.
• Watch for logs with a compression
side. See illustration above for cutting logs with a compression
Using a log
for support
2 nd
side.
Cut
•
_ 1stCut
. 1 st Cut
BUCKING USING A LOG OR
SUPPORT STAND
• Remember your first cut is always on
the compression side of the log. (Re-
2nd Cut
_--_lst
Cut
1st Cut--
LIMBING
AND
PRUNING
WARNING:
Never climb into a tree to
limb or prune. Do not stand on ladders,
platforms, a log, or in any position
which can cause you to lose your balance or control of the saw.
IMPORTANT POINTS
• Watch out for springpoles.
Springpoles are small size limbs
which can whip toward you, or pull
you off balance. Use extreme caution when cutting small size limbs.
• Be alert for springback. Watch out for
branches that are bent or under
pressure. Avoid being struck by the
branch or the saw when the tension
in the wood fibers is released.
• Frequently clear branches out of the
way to avoid tripping over them.
LIMBING
• Limb a tree only after it is cut down.
• Leave the larger limbs underneath the
felled tree to support the tree as you
work.
• Start at the base of the felled tree and
work toward the top, cutting branches
and limbs. Remove small limbs with
one cut.
• Keep the tree between you and the
chain.
• Remove larger, supporting branches
with the 1/3,2/3 cutting techniques described in the bucking section.
• Always use an overcut to cut small
and freely hanging limbs. Undercutting
could cause limbs to fall and pinch the
saw.
PRUNING
WARNING:
Limit pruning to limbs
shoulder height or below. Do not cut if
10
branches
arehigher
thanyourshoulder.Getaprofessional
todothejob.
• Make
yourfirstcut1/3oftheway
through
thebottom
ofthelimb.
• Nextmake
asecond
cutalltheway
Second cut
First cut
1/3 of way
j.-J
through the limb,
• Finish the pruning operation by using
an overcut so that the stump of the
limb protrudes 1 to 2 inches from the
trunk of the tree.
CUSTOMER
/_
_/
3rd cut 1 to 2 in.
from trunk of tree
RESPONSIBILITIES
Fill in dates as you complete
regular service
Check for damaged/worn
Before
Use
After
Use
Every
5 hrs.
Every
25 hrs
Yearly
Service
Dates
parts
Check for loose fasteners/parts
Check chain tension
Check chain sharpness
Check guide bar
Clean unit & labels
Clean air filter
Clean/inspect
spark arrestor
screen & inspect muffler
Replace spark plug
Replace air filter
GENERAL
RECOMMENDATIONS
The warranty on this unit does not cover items that have been subjected to
operator abuse or negligence. To receive full value from the warranty, the
operator must maintain unit as instructed in this manual. Various adjustments
will need to be made periodically to
properly maintain your unit.
• Once a year, replace the spark plug,
air filter element, and check guide
bar and chain for wear. A new spark
plug and air filter element assures
proper air-fuel mixture and helps
your engine run better and last longer.
WARNING:
Disconnect the spark
plug before performing maintenance
except for carburetor adjustments.
LUBRICATION
1 Bar
, .
_Pr°tKe'
2 Bar Oil
Fill Cap
/Ja_
1 Use sprocket lubrication
2 Use Craftsman chain saw bar oil
CHECK
FOR DAMAGED
OR
WORN PARTS
Replacement of damaged/worn
parts
should be referred to your Sears Service Center.
NOTE: It is normal for a small amount
of oil to appear under the saw after engine stops. Do not confuse this with a
leaking oil tank.
• On/Stop Switch - Ensure On/Stop
switch functions properly by moving
the switch to the "Stop" position.
Make sure engine stops; then restart
engine and continue.
• Fuel Tank - Do not use saw if fuel
tank shows signs of damage or
leaks.
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• OilTank- Donotusesawifoiltank
shows
signs
ofdamage
orleaks.
CHECK
FORLOOSE
FASTENERS
ANDPARTS
• BarClamp
Nut
• Chain
• Muffler
• Cylinder
Shield
• AirFilter
• Clutch
Drum/Sprocket
• Handle
Screws
• Vibration
Mounts
• Starter
Housing
• Handguard
CHECK
CHAINTENSION
• Use the screwdriver end of the bar
tool to move chain around guide bar
to ensure kinks do not exist. The
chain should rotate freely.
Bar Clamp Nuts
Bar Tool
• Loosen bar clamp nuts until they are
finger tight against the bar clamp.
• Turn adjusting screw until chain
barely touches the bottom of guide
bar.
• If chain does not rotate, it is too tight.
Slightly loosen bar clamp nuts and
loosen chain by turning the adjusting
screw. Retighten bar clamp nuts.
• If chain is too loose, it will sag below
the guide bar. DO NOT operate the
saw if the chain is loose.
CHECK
CHAIN SHARPNESS
A sharp chain makes wood chips. A
dull chain makes a sawdust powder
and cuts slowly.
CHAIN SHARPENING
Chain sharpening requires special
tools. You can purchase sharpening
tools at Sears or go to a professional
chain sharpener.
CHECK
GUIDE BAR
Conditions which require guide bar
maintenance:
• Saw cuts to one side or at an angle.
• Saw has to be forced through the
cut.
• Inadequate supply of oil to bar/chain.
Check the condition of guide bar each
time chain is sharpened. A worn guide
bar will damage the chain and make
cutting difficult. To maintain guide bar:
• Move On/Stop switch to "Stop."
• Remove bar and chain from saw.
• Clean all sawdust and any other
debris from the guide bar groove and
sprocket hole after each use.
Remove Sawdust
_J_z_
From Guide Bar _"_
Groove
_
Sprocket Hole
crew
• Using bar tool, roll chain around guide
bar to ensure all links are in bar
groove.
• Lift up tip of guide bar to check for
sag. Release tip of guide bar, then
turn adjusting screw until sag does
not exist.
• Add lubricant to sprocket hole after
each use.
• Burring of guide bar rails is a normal
process of rail wear. Remove these
burrs with a flat file.
• When rail top is uneven, use a flat
file to restore square edges and
sides.
• While lifting tip of guide bar, tighten
bar clamp nuts with the bar tool.
Torque to 10-15 ft-lbs.
]_
Worn Groove
• Use the screwdriver end of the bar
tool to move chain around guide bar.
sides
Square
File
Edges
and
Correct Groove
Replace guide bar when the groove is
worn, the guide bar is bent or cracked,
or when excess heating or burring of the
rails occurs. If replacement is necessary,
use only the guide bar specified for your
saw in the repair parts list or on the decal located on the chain saw.
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CLEANUNIT
& LABELS
• Clean the unit using a damp cloth
with a mild detergent.
• Wipe off unit with a clean dry cloth.
CLEAN AIR FILTER
A dirty air filter decreases the life and
performance of the engine and increases fuel consumption and harmful
emissions. Always clean your air filter
after 15 tanks of fuel or 5 hours of operation, whichever comes first. Clean
more frequently in dusty conditions. A
used air filter can never be completely
cleaned. It is advisable to replace your
air filter with a new one after every 50
hours of operation, or annually, whichever comes first. To clean filter:
• Loosen 3 screws on cylinder cover.
• Remove cylinder cover.
• Remove air filter.
• Clean the air filter using hot soapy
water. Rinse with clean cool water.
Air dry completely before reinstalling.
• Lightly oil air filter before installing to
improve the efficiency of air filter.
Use 2-cycle engine oil or motor oil
(SAE 30). Squeeze excess oil from
filter.
• Reinstall air filter.
• Reinstall cylinder cover and 3 screws
(15-20 in-lbs.).
Air ._.er
Cylinder Cover
screws
er'__
Cylvindr
INSPECT
MUFFLER
AND SPARK
ARRESTOR
SCREEN
As the unit is used, carbon deposits
build up on the muffler and spark
arrestor screen, and must be removed
to avoid creating a fire hazard or affecting engine performance.
Replace the spark arrestor screen if
breaks occur.
Muffler Diffuser
Spark
Arrestor
Screen
Muffler
Cover
Screws
Body
Muffler Cover
CLEANING
THE SPARK
ARRESTOR
SCREEN
Cleaning is required every 25 hours of
operation or annually, whichever
comes first.
• Loosen and remove the 2 muffler
cover screws.
• Remove the muffler cover (cover
snaps off muffler body).
• Remove muffler diffuser and spark
arrestor screen assembly. Notice the
orientation of these parts for reassembling.
• Clean the spark arrestor screen with
a wire brush. Replace screen if
breaks are found.
• Replace any broken or cracked muffler parts.
• Reinstall diffuser and spark arrestor
screen assembly with round holes
facing up.
• Reinstall muffler cover and 2 screws
(7-8 ft-lbs).
REPLACE
SPARK
PLUG
The spark plug should be replaced
each year to ensure the engine starts
easier and runs better. Ignition timing
is fixed and nonadjustable.
• Loosen 3 screws on cylinder cover.
• Remove the cylinder cover.
• Pull off the spark plug boot.
• Remove spark plug from cylinder
and discard.
• Replace with Champion CJ7Y spark
plug and tighten with a 3/4 inch socket wrench (10-12 ft-lbs). Spark plug
gap should be .025 in.
• Reinstall the spark plug boot.
• Reinstall the cylinder cover and 3
screws (15-20 in-lbs).
Screws.
Plug Boot
Spark
Plug
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Cylinder
Cover
CHAIN REPLACEMENT
Cutters
Depth Gauge
CAUTION:
Wear protective gloves
when handling chain. The chain is
sharp and can cut you even when it is
not moving.
It is normal for a new chain to stretch
during the first 15 minutes of operation.
You should recheck your chain tension
frequently and adjust the chain tension
as required. See Chain Tension section.
• Move On/Stop switch to the Stop
position.
• Replace the old chain when it becomes worn or damaged.
• Use only the Low-Kickback
replacement chain specified in the repair
parts list. The correct replacement
bar and chain is also specified on a
decal located on the chain saw.
• See your Sears Service Center to
replace and sharpen individual cutters on your chain.
• Remove bar clamp nuts.
• Remove bar clamp.
• Remove the old chain.
Bar
Clam
Bar
Clamp Nuts
• Turn adjusting screw on bar to move
the tensioning rack as far as it will go
toward the front of the bar.
• Slide the guide bar rearward until it
stops against the sprocket.
• Carefully remove new chain from
package. Hold chain with the drive
links as shown.
Drive Links
• Place chain over and behind clutch.
• Fit the bottom of the drive links between the teeth in the sprocket nose.
• Fit chain drive links into bar groove.
• Pull guide bar forward until the chain
is snug in the guide bar groove.
• Install the bar clamp.
• Install bar clamp nuts; finger tighten
only. Do not tighten any further at this
point.
CHAIN ADJUSTMENT
See "Chain Tension" in Maintenance
section.
REPLACE
FUEL FILTER
To replace fuel filter, drain your unit by
running dry of fuel, remove fuel cap/retainer assembly from tank. Pull filter
from tank and remove from line. Replace and reassemble.
CARBURETOR
ADJUSTMENT
WARNING:
The chain will be moving
during most of this procedure. Wear
your protective equipment and observe all safety precautions. During the
low speed mixture adjustment recheck
idle speed after each turn of the screw.
The chain must not move at idle
speed.
Carburetor adjustment is critical and if
done improperly can permanently
damage the engine as well as the carburetor. If you require further assistance or are unsure about performing
this procedure, call our customer assistance help line at 1-800-235-5878.
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Oldfuel,adirtyairfilter,
dirtyfuelfilter, or stalling.
orflooding
maygivetheimpression
of • Turn clockwise to increase engine
animproperly
adjusted
carburetor.
speed if engine stalls or dies.
Check
these
conditions
before
adjust- • Turn counterclockwise to decrease
ingthecarburetor.
speed.
Thecarburetor
hasbeencarefully
set No further adjustments are necessary
if chain does not move at idle speed
atthefactory.
Adjustments
maybe
necessary
ifyounotice
anyofthefol- and if performance is satisfactory.
lowing
conditions:
Low Speed Mixture-L
• Chain
moves
atidle.See"Idle
Allow engine to idle. Then accelerate
Speed"
under
adjusting
procedure. the engine and note performance. If
• Sawwillnotidle.See"IdleSpeed" engine hesitates, bogs down, or
and"LowSpeed
Mixture"under
ad- smokes during acceleration, turn mixture screw clockwise in 1/16-turn increjusting
procedure.
• Engine
diesorhesitates
whenit
ments until performance is satisfactory.
should
accelerate.
See"Acceleration
Repeat this procedure as necessary
Check"
under
adjusting
procedure. for proper adjustment. After completing
• Lossofcutting
power.
See"High
adjustments, check for acceleration
Speed
Mixture
H"under
adjusting and chain movement at idle. Reset if
procedure.
necessary.
There
arethreeadjustment
screws
on High Speed Mixture-H
thecarburetor.
Theyarelabeled
H,L, DO NOT operate engine at full throttle
andT.Theyarelocated
intheareajust for prolonged periods while making adabove
theprimer
bulb.
justments. Damage to the engine can
CARBURETOR
PRESETS
occur. Make a test cut. Based on performance of the saw while cutting, adWhen
making
adjustments,
donot
the high speed mixture setting in
forcetheplastic
limiter
capsbeyond just
1/16-turn increments as follows:
thestops
ordamage
willoccur.
Ifcarburetor
presets
arenotneeded, • Clockwise until saw has good power
in the cut with no hesitation. Do not
proceed
to"IdleSpeed-T."
• Turnbothmixture
screws
counter- adjust by sound or speed, but judge
by how well the saw performs in the
clockwise
untiltheystop.
• Turntheidlespeed
screw
clockwise • cut.
untilitstops.
Nowturncounterclock- Counterclockwise if the saw has
speed, but dies in the cut or lacks
wise4-1/2
fullturns.
Startmotor,
letitrunfor3 minutes,
and power in the cut.
After completing adjustments, check
proceed
totheadjustment
section.
If
engine
does
notstart,refertotrouble- for acceleration and chain movement
at idle. Reset if necessary.
shooting
chartorcall1-800-235-5878.
Ifengine
performance
isacceptable
at Acceleration Check
thepreset
positions
andthere
isno
If the engine dies or hesitates instead of
chainmovement
atidle,nofurther
ad- accelerating, turn the low speed mixture
justment
isnecessary.
adjustment counterclockwise until you
ADJUSTING
Idle Speed-T
Allow engine to idle. Adjust speed until
engine runs without chain movement
PROCEDURE
have smooth acceleration with no chain
movement at idle. Recheck and adjust
as necessary for acceptable performance.
Prepare your unit for storage at the
end of the season or if it will not be
used for 30 days or more.
WARNING:
• Allow the engine to cool, and secure
the unit before storing or transporting.
• Store chain saw and fuel in a well
ventilated area where fuel vapors
cannot reach sparks or open flames
from water heaters, electric motors or
switches, furnaces, etc.
• Store chain saw with all guards in
place and position chain saw so that
15
anysharp
object
cannot
accidentallyCRAFTSMAN
cause
injury.
(air cooled) is
• Store
chain
sawwelloutofthereach fuel stabilizer.
ofchildren.
Sears oil, you
EXTERNAL
SURFACES
If your chain saw is to be stored for a
period of time, clean it thoroughly before storage. Store in a clean dry area.
• Lightly oil external metal surfaces
and guide bar.
• Oil the chain and wrap it in heavy paper or cloth.
FUEL SYSTEM
Under Fueling Engine in the Operating
Section of this manual, see message
labeled IMPORTANT regarding the use
of gasohol in your chain saw.
Fuel stabilizer is an acceptable alternative in minimizing the formation of
fuel gum deposits during storage. Add
stabilizer to the gasoline in the fuel
tank or fuel storage container. Follow
the mix instructions found on stabilizer
containers. Run engine at least 5 minutes after adding stabilizer.
40:1,2-cycle
engine oil
especially blended with
If you do not use this
can add a fuel stabilizer
to your fuel tank.
ENGINE
• Remove spark plug and pour 1 teaspoon of 40:1,2-cycle
engine oil (air
cooled) through the spark plug opening. Slowly pull the starter rope 8 to
10 times to distribute oil.
• Replace spark plug with new one of
recommended type and heat range.
• Clean air filter.
• Check entire unit for loose screws,
nuts, and bolts. Replace any damaged, broken, or worn parts.
• At the beginning of the next season,
use only fresh fuel having the proper
gasoline to oil ratio.
OTHER
• Do not store gasoline from one season to another.
• Replace your gasoline can if it starts
to rust.
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TROUBLE
SHOOTING
CHART
TROUBLE
CAUSE
REMEDY
Engine will not
start or will run
only a few
seconds after
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
starting.
Ignition switch off.
Engine flooded.
Fuel tank empty.
Spark plug not firing.
Fuel not reaching
carburetor.
Move Ignition switch to ON.
See "Starting Instructions."
Fill tank with correct fuel mixture.
Install new spark plug.
Check for dirty fuel filter; replace.
Check for kinked or split fuel line;
repair or replace.
• See "Carburetor Adjustments."
• Carburetor requires
adjustment.
• None of the above.
Engine will not
idle properly.
Engine will not
accelerate,
lacks power,
or dies under
a load.
Engine smokes
excessively.
Contact Sears Service.
• Idle speed set too high
or too low.
• Low Speed Mixture
requires adjustment.
Crankshaft seals worn.
Compression
low.
None of the above.
See "Carburetor
Adjustments."
See "Carburetor
Adjustments."
• Air filter dirty.
• Spark plug fouled.
Clean or replace air filter.
Clean or replace plug
and regap.
See "Carburetor Adjustments."
• Carburetor requires
adjustment.
Exhaust ports or muffler outlets plugged.
Compression
low.
None of the above.
Contact Sears Service.
Contact Sears Service.
Contact Sears Service.
• Choke partially on.
• Fuel mixture incorrect.
Adjust choke.
Empty fuel tank and refill with
correct fuel mixture.
Clean or replace air filter.
See "Carburetor Adjustments."
Air filter dirty.
High Speed Mixture
requires adjustment.
Crankcase leak.
Engine
hot.
runs
Oil inadequate
for bar and
chain
lubrication.
Contact Sears Service.
Contact Sears Service.
Contact Sears Service.
Contact Sears Service.
• Fuel mixture incorrect.
• Spark plug incorrect.
High Speed Mixture
set too lean.
Exhaust ports or muffler outlets plugged.
Carbon build-up on
muffler outlet screen.
Fan housing/cylinder
fins dirty.
None of the above.
See "Fueling Your Unit."
Replace with correct plug.
See "Carburetor Adjustments."
• Oil tank empty.
• Oil pump or oil filter
clogged.
Guide bar oil hole
blocked.
Fill oil tank.
Contact Sears Service.
Contact Sears Service.
Clean spark arrestor screen.
Clean area.
Contact Sears Service.
Remove bar and clean.
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TROUBLE
SHOOTING
CHART- Continued
TROUBLE CAUSE
REMEDY
Chain
moves• Idlespeed
requires
• See"Carburetor
Adjustments."
atidlespeed, adjustment.
Sears
Service.
• Clutch
requires
repair. • Contact
Chain
does • Chain
tension
too
• See"Chain
Tension."
notmove
tight.
when
engine • Carburetor
requires
• See"Carburetor
Adjustments."
isaccelerated.
adjustment.
Guide
barrails
• Repair
orreplace.
pinched.
• Contact
Sears
Service.
Clutch
slipping.
Chain
clatters• Chain
tension
incorrect. • See"Chain
Tension."
• Contact
Sears
Service.
orcutsroughly.
• Cutters
damaged.
Chain
worn.
• Resharpen
orreplace
chain.
Cutters
dull,improperly • See"Sharpening
Chain."
sharpened,
ordepth
gauges
toohigh.
• Contact
Sears
Service.
Sprocket
worn.
Chain
installed
• Install
chain
inrightdirection.
backwards.
Chain
stops • Chain
cutter
topsnot
• See"Sharpening
Chain."
within
thecut. filedflat.
Guide
barburred
or
• Repair
orreplace
guide
bar.
bent;
railsuneven.
• Contact
Sears
Service.
Clutch
slipping
Chain
cutsat • Cutters
damaged
on
• See"Sharpening
Chain."
oneside.
anangle.
Chain
dullononeside. • See"Sharpening
Chain."
Guide
barbentorworn. • Replace
guide
bar.
Ifsituations
occur
which
arenotcovered
inthismanual,
usecareandgood
judgement.
Ifyouneedassistance,
contact
Sears
Service
ortheCUSTOMER
ASSISTANCE
HELPLINE
at1-800-235-5878.
YOUR
WARRANTY
RIGHTS
AND
glect, or improper maintenance of your
OBLIGATIONS:
TheU.S.Environ- lawn and garden equipment engine.
mental
Protection
Agency/CaliforniaYour emission control system includes
AirResources
Board
andSEARS, parts such as the carburetor and the
ROEBUCK
ANDCO.,USAare
ignition system. Where a warrantable
pleased
toexplain
theemissions
con- condition exits, SEARS will repair your
trolsystem
warranty
onyourlawnand lawn and garden equipment engine at
garden
equipment
engine.
Allnewutil- no cost to you. Expenses covered unityandlawnandgarden
equipment der warranty include diagnosis, parts
engines
must
bedesigned,
built,
and and labor. MANUFACTURER'S WARequipped
tomeetthestringent
antiRANTY COVERAGE:
If any emissions
smog
standards.
SEARS
must
warrant related part on your engine (as listed
theemission
control
system
onyour under Emissions Control Warranty
lawnandgarden
equipment
engine for
Parts List) is defective or a defect in
the periods of time listed below provided there has been no abuse, ne-
the materials or workmanship of the
engine causes the failure of such an
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emission
related
part,thepartwillbe
maintenance, or which is scheduled
repaired
orreplaced
bySEARS.
only for regular inspection to the effect
OWNER'S
WARRANTY
RESPONSI-of "repair or replace as necessary"
BILITIES:
Asthelawnandgarden
shall be warranted for 2 years. Any
equipment
engine
owner,
youarere- warranted part which is scheduled for
sponsible
fortheperformance
ofthe
replacement as required maintenance
required
maintenance
listed
inyour
shall be warranted for the period of
Owner's
Manual.
SEARS
recommends
time up to the first scheduled replacethatyouretain
allreceipts
covering ment point for that part. DIAGNOSIS:
maintenance
onyourlawnandgarden The owner shall not be charged for
equipment
engine,
butSEARS
cannot diagnostic labor which leads to the dedenywarranty
solely
forthelackofre- termination that a warranted part is deceipts
orforyourfailure
toensure
the fective if the diagnostic work is perperformance
ofallscheduled
mainte- formed at an approved SEARS
nance.Asthelawnandgarden
servicing center. CONSEQUENTIAL
equipment
engine
owner,
youshould DAMAGES: SEARS may be liable for
beaware
thatSEARS
maydeny
you damages to other engine components
warranty
coverage
ifyourlawnand
caused by the failure of a warranted
garden
equipment
engine
orapartofit part still under warranty. WHAT IS
NOT COVERED: All failures caused
hasfailed
duetoabuse,
neglect,
improper
maintenance,
unapproved by abuse, neglect, or improper maintenance are not covered. ADD-ON OR
modifications,
ortheuseofpartsnot
MODIFIED PARTS: The use of add-on
made
orapproved
bytheoriginal
equipment
manufacturer.
Youarere- or modified parts can be grounds for dissponsible
forpresenting
yourlawnand allowing a warranty claim. SEARS is not
garden
equipment
engine
toa SEARS liable to cover failures of warranted
authorized
repair
center
assoon
asa
parts caused by the use of add-on or
problem
exists.
Warranty
repairs
modified parts. HOW TO FILE A
should
becompleted
ina reasonable CLAIM: If you have any questions reamount
oftime,nottoexceed
30days. garding your warranty rights and reIfyouhave
anyquestions
regarding sponsibilities, you should contact your
yourwarranty
rights
andresponsibili- nearest authorized service center or
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contact
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authorized
service
center
orcall
WHERE TO GET WARRANTY
SERSEARS
at1-800-473-7247
WARRAN-VICE: Warranty services or repairs shall
TY COMMENCEMENT
DATE: The
warranty period begins on the date the
lawn and garden equipment engine is
purchased.
LENGTH OF COVERAGE: This warranty shall be for a period of two years from the initial date of
purchase. WHAT IS COVERED: REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT
OF
PARTS. Repair or replacement of any
warranted part will be performed at no
charge to the owner at an approved
SEARS servicing center. If you have
any questions regarding your warranty
rights and responsibilities,
you should
contact your nearest authorized service center or call SEARS at
1-800-473-7247.
WARRANTY PERIOD: Any warranted part which is not
scheduled for replacement as required
be provided at all SEARS service centers. call: 1-800-473-7247.
MAINTENANCE, REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR OF EMISSION RELATED
PARTS: Any SEARS approved replacement part used in the performance of any warranty maintenance
or repair on emission related parts will
be provided without charge to the owner if the part is under warranty. EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY
PARTS LIST: Carburetor, Ignition System: Spark Plug (covered up to maintenance schedule), Ignition Module.
MAINTENANCE
STATEMENT: The
owner is responsible for the performance of all required maintenance as
defined in the owner's manual.
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