Operating instructions | Craftsman 580.76804 Pressure Washer User Manual

Operators Manual
ICRAFTSMRN+I
6.5 Horsepower
2500 PSI
2.5 GPM
HIGH PRESSURE WASHER
CLEANING SYSTEM
Model No. 580.768040
HOURS:
Mon. - Fri. 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (CT)
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CAUTION:
Before using this product, read this
manual and follow all its Safety Rules
and Operating Instructions.
Sears,
Roebuck
and Co., Hoffman
Estates,
Visit our Craftsman website: www.sears.condcmftsman
Part No. 133610 Draft 2 (4/5/99) Printed in _e
U.S.A.
IL 60179
Safety
Assembly
Operation
Maintenance
Parts
Warranty . _ .. ............................
.Safe ty-Jp_tmetier s-=.-:-; ....................
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Storage ................................
TroubleShooting .........................
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A_embl_
Ooeration
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5-9
Replacements parts ....................
Emissions Warranty ....................
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Maintenance .........................
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How to order parts and
request sennce ....................
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LIMITED ONE YEAR WARRANTY ON
CRAFTSMAN
CLEANING
SYSTEM
For one year from the date of purchase, when this Craftsman Cleaning System is maintained and operated
according to the instructions in the owner's manual, Sears will repair, free of charge, any defect in material and
- workmanship.
If this washer is used for commercial purposes, this warranty applies'for only 90 days from the date of purchase.
If this Cleaning System is used for rental purposes, this warranty applies for only 30 days after date of purchase.
This warranty does not cover:
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Expendable items such as spark plugs or air filters, which become worn during normal use.
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Repairs necessary because of operator abuse or negligence, including damage resulting from no water being
supplied to pump or failure to rnainta_th_ equipment according-to the instructions contained in the owner's
manual.
WARRANTY SERVICE iS AVAILABLE BY RETURNING THE HIGH CLEANING SYSTEM TO THE
NEAREST SEARS service center or dealer IN THE UNITED STATES.
This warranty gives you specIfic legal dghts and you may also have other dghts, which vary from state to state.
Sears, Roebuck
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and Co., Dept.
817WA,
CAUTION!
Before
using
this product,
this
manual and
follow
all Safety
Rules read
and Operating Instructions.
DANGER]or When
setting
up,
adjusting
makingtransporting,
repairs to your
cleaning
system, always disconnect the spark plug wire
and place it where it cannot contact the spark
plug to prevent accidental starting.
Engine exhaust gases contain DEADLY carbon
monoxide gas. This dangerous gas, If breathed in
sufficient concentrations, can cause
unconsciousness or even death. Operate this
equipment only in the open air where adequate
ventilation is available.
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Hoffman
Estates,
IL 60179
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Gasoline is highly FLAMMABLE and its vapors are
EXPLOSIVE. Do not permit smoking, open flames,
sparks or heat in the vicinity while handling
gasoline. Avoid spilUng gasoline on a hot engine.
Allow unit tofcoot for 2 minutes before refueling.
Comply with all laws regulating storage and
handling of gasoline.
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Locate this cleaning system in areas away from
combustible materials, combustible fumes or dust.
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The high pressure equipment is designed to be
used with Sears authodzed parts only. If you use
this equipment with parts that do not comply with
minimum specifications, the user assumes all dsks
and liabilities.
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Some chemicals or detergents may be harmful If
inhaled or ingested, causing severe nausea,
fainting or poisoning. The harmful elements may
cause property damage or severe injury.
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Do not allow CHILDREN to operate the cleaning
system at any time.
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Operate engine only.at govemed speed. Running
the engine at excess=ve speeds increases the
hazard of personal injury. Do not tamper with parts
which may increase or decrease the governed
speed.
Do not wear loose clothing, jewelry or anything
that may be caught in the starter or other rotating
parts.
Before starting the cleaning system in cold
weather, check all parts of the equipment and be
sure ice has not formed there.
Never use a spray gun which does not have a
trigger lock or tdgger guard in place and in
working order.
Units with broken or missing parts, or without
protective housing or covers should NEVER be
operated.
The muffler and dual element air cleaner must be
installed and in good condition before operating
the cleaning system. These components act as
spark arrestors if the engine backfires.
Keep the hose connected to machine or the spray
gun while the system is pressurized.
DiSconnecting the hose while the unit is
pressurized is dangerous.
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Use a respirator or mask whenever there is a
chanci_ that vapors may be inhaled. Read all
instructions with the mask so you are certain the
mask will provide the necessary protection against
inhaling harmful vapors.
High pressure spray may damage fragile items
including glass. Do not point spray gun at glass
when in the jet spray mode:
Hold the spray gun firmly in your hand before you
start the unit. Failure to do so could result in an
injury from a whipping spray gun. Do not leave the
spray gun unattended while the machine is
running.
Check the fuel system for leaks or signs of
deterioration such as chafed or spongy hose,
loose or missing clamps or damaged tank or "cap.
Correct all defects before operating the cleaning
.system.
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Do not spray flammable liquids.
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Never allow any part of the body to come in
contact with the fluid stream. DO NOT come in
contact with a fluid stream created 6y a leak in the
high pressure hose.
The cleaning area should have adequate slopes
and drainage to reduce the possibility of a fall due
to slippery surfaces.
Keep water spray away from electric widng or fatal
electdc shock may result.
Do not secure tdgger gun in the pull-back (open)
position.
Do not by-pass any safety device on this machine.
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High pressure streams of fluid this equipment
produces can pierce skin and its underlying
tissues, leading to serious injury and possible
amputation.
The muffler and engine heat up dudng operation
and remain hot immediately after shutting it down.
Avoid contact with a hot muffler or engine or you
could be severely burned.
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Never aim the gun at people, animals or plants.
Operate and store this unit on a stable surface.
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High pressure spray can cause paint chips or
other particles to become airbome and fly at high
speeds.
Always store cleaning system with the
Dial-a-.Cleaner TM knob in the OFF position.
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Always wear eye protection when you use this
equipment or when you are in the vicinity where
the equipment is in use.
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Operate the pressure at no more than the PSI fluid
pressure rat_l for, your cleaning system.
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Never move the machine by pulling on the high
pressure hose. Use the handle provided on the
top of the unit.
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Always be certain the spray gun, nozzles and
accessories are correctly attached.
High pressure hose can develop leaks from wear,
kinking, abuse, etc. Water spraying from a leak is
capable of injecting matedal into skin. Inspect
hose each time before using it. Check all hoses for
cuts, leaks, abrasions or bulging of cover, or
damage or movement of couplings. If any of these
conditions exist, replace hose immediately. Never
repair high pressure hose. Replace it with another
hose that meets minimum pressure rating of your
cleaning system.
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LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL TO POINT OUT IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS.
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MEANS "ATTENTION!t!
BECOME ALERT!!! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED."
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CARTON CONTENTS
The following parts are shipped loose with your
cleaning system:
• Main Unit -- Cleaning system with wheels,
chemical tanks, guide handle.
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High Pressure Hose (already connected to pump)
Parts Box (which includes items listed below)
• Spray Gun
• Wand Extension with Hi/Lo Adjustable Nozzle
• Engine Oil
• Three-pack of chemical concentrates
• Manual Bag (which includes the items listed
below)
• Owner's Manual
• Nozzle Cleaner Kit
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Roll the cleaning system out the open end of the
carton;
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Check carton for additional loose pads.
HOW TO SET UP YOUR CLEANING
SYSTEM
For the most part, your Craftsman High Pressure
Cleaning System has been assembled at the factory.
You must, however, assemble the spray gun and attach
it to th_ high pressure hose.
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Cut the tie wraps on the high pressure hose and
connect high pressure hose to gun. Tighten by hand.
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Attach nozzle extension to spray gun.
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Place assembled spray gun on holder.
=O•-Ring Kit
Tank Labels
Become familiar with each piece before assembling
the cleaning system. Check all contents against the
illustration on Page 5. If any parts are missing or
damaged, call the Pres.'.sureW.asheF Halpli_at
1-800-222-3136.
TO REMOVE CLEANING SYSTEM
FROM CARTON
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Remove loose parts and parts box included with
your cleaning system.
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Slice two comers at guide handle end of carton
from top to bottom so the panel can be folded
down flat.
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Raise guide handle, secure in place.
Lift the handle to
upright position and
elide the locking
caps into place
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KNOWYOUR
HIGH CLEANING
SYSTEM
Read this owner's manual and safety rules before operating you1"cleaning system. Compare the
illustrations with your cleaning system to familiarize yourself with the locations of various controls and
adjustments.
Spray Gun
Detergent
and Chemical
Reservoir
Tanks with Filter and Baffle
Adjustable Nozzle
High Pressure Hose
Air Filter
Dial-A-Cleaner TM
Selector Knob
Oil Fill Cap
Pressure
CommandTM
Pump
Adjustable Nozzle - Adjust for high or low pressure;
narrow or fan spray.
Oil Fill Cap - Fill engine with oil here. See page 8 for
oil'recommendations,
Air Filter - Dry type filter element limits the amount of
dirt and dust that gets in the engine.
Pressure Command TM - Sets engine speed to
control output water pressure.
Pump - Develops high pressure water.
Detergent and Chemical Reservoir Tanks with
Filter and Baffle - Used to provide detergent or other
chemicals to the low pressure water stream.
Spray Gun - Controls the application of water onto
cleaning surface with trigger device. Includes safety
latch.
Dial-A-Cleaner TM Selector Knob - Selects any one
of three chemicals or selects the clean water system
rinse.
Water Inlet - Connection for garden hose.
High Pressure Hose - Connect one end to the spray
gun. The other should already be connected to the
high pressure outlet.
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HOW TO USE YOUR CLEANING
For most effective cleaning, keep spray nozzle
between 8 to 24 inches away from cleaning
surface.
SYSTEM
Read these instructions and leam how to use your
cleaning system before you attempt to start your
cleaning system. If you have any problems operating
your cleaning system, please call the pressure washer
helpline at 1-800222-3136.
How To Use the Adjustable
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Damage to the surface may occur if you get spray
nozzle too close to it.
Cleaning With The Adjustable
Applying Chemical
Nozzle and
IMPORTANT: Use soaps designed specifically for
pressure washer cleaning systems. Household
detergents could damage the pump.
Nozzle
WARNING!Never
Never
adjust spray
spraying.
put hands
in frontpattern
of the when
nozzle
when adjusting the spray.
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Push the nozzle forward for low pressure. Pull the
nozzle backward until it =snaps" into place to
achieve high pressure.
WARNING!
You must attach all hoses before
you start the engine. Starting the engine without
all the hoses connected and without the water
turned ON will damage the pump.
Up to three (3) different solutions can be carried on the
cleaning system at one time. To apply detergent follow
these steps:
Dilution is necessary when using the supplied
chemical packets. Simply snip one comer of the
plastic pouch, pour the chemical into the tank, then
fill the tank with clean water. Label tanks with the
provided tank labels.
Pour chemical into one of
the tanks labeled A,B,C
Pull nozzle
backward for high
pressure.
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Push nozzle forward
for low pressure.
Twisting the nozzle adjusts the spray pattern from a
narrow to a =fan" pattem.
If using another chemical designed for use with
pressure washers, prepare the chemical solution as
required by the chemical manufacturer. Fill
chemical reservoir(s) with the prepared solution as
needed.
Twist nozzle
clockwise for
narrow spray.
Twist nozzle
counterclockwise
=fan" pattem.
for
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Rotate the Dial-A-Cleaner TM selector knob to the
letter corresponding to the desired reservoir.
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Push the adjustable nozzle forward to low pressure
mode. Detergent cannot be applied with nozzle
in high pressure position.
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Review the use of the adjustable nozzle.
Connect garden hose to water inlet (see TO
START CLEANING SYSTEM on page 8), check
that high pressure hose is connected to spray gun
After you have applied detergent, scour the surface
with the high pressure water stream and then rinse it
clean, as follows:
and pump (see ASSEMBLY on page 4), and start
engine,
Pull adjustable nozzle backward until it snaps to get
high pressure mode. Chemical will not flow when in
the high pressure mode.
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Hose Here
desiredAdjust
PressUrewater
pressure.C°mmandTa
control to obtain
action. Start at top of area to be rinsed, working
down with same action as for cleaning.
Connect Garden
CAUTION!
Test a small area of the surface to
be cleaned.
Make
suref°rthere
is nogentle
damage
Expand
the spray
pattam
a m°re
dnsing
caused by the high pressure spray.
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RINSE sYSTEM AFTER EVERY USE
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It is imperative that the chemical selector system be
rinsed after'each use to prevent clogging or leaks:
System, makeBefore
CAUTION!
sure you
starting
haveyour
readCleaning
and followed
the instructions in the sections "Before Starting
the Cleaning System" on page 8 and =To Start
the Cleaning System" on page 8.
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Start at lower portion of area to be washed and
work upward, using long, even overlapping strokes.
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Allow detergent to 'soak in' (between 3-5 minutes)
before washing and rinsing. Reapply as needed to
prevent surface from drying.
to
High
Duty
Ught
Medium
Heavy
Application
Auto
Concrete
Paint removal
Boat
Driveway
Degreasing
Furniture
Deck
Before disconnecting the water supply, start your
cleaning system.
CAUTION!
Before starting your Cleaning
System, make sure you have read and followed
the instructions in the sections =Before Starting
the Cleaning System" on page 8 and =To Start
the Cleaning System" on page 8.
Rotate the Dial-A-Cleaner TM selector knob to the
letter corresponding to the System Rinse tank. As
clean rinse water is drawn through the system,
continue the flow until no detergent foam is
observed.
Rotate the Dial-A-Cleaner
OFF position.
This Craftsman Cleaning System permits regulation of
output water pressure by varying the engine speed.
The Pressure Command TM found on the front panel
may be set, as follows.'.
Low
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Push adjustable nozzle forward to get low pressure
mode.
Wash and Rinse Surface
Pressure
Fill the System Rinse reservoir with clean water.
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WARNING!
use the cleaning
Be extremely
system from
careful
a ladder,
if you must
scaffolding or any other relatively unstable
location. When you press the trigger, the recoil
from the initial spray could rome you to fall, or if
you are too close to the cleaning surface, high
pressure could force you off a climbing
apparatus.
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TM
selector knob to the
BEFORE STARTING THE CLEANING
SYSTEM
WARNING! Do not oven'illthe fuel tank.
Always leave room for expansion.
To operatethe engineyouwillneedto dothe following:
Add Engine
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Oil
Only use high quality detergent oil rated with API
service classification SF, SG or SH. Select the oil's
SAE viscosity grade according to your expected
operating temperature:
colder
_
40°F _
warmer
<
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5W30
SAE 30
Although multi-viscosity oils (5W30, 10W30, etc.)
improve starting in cold weather, these multi-viscosity
.oils will result in increased oil consumption when used
above 40°F. Check your engine oil level more
frequently to avoid possible damage from running low
on oil.
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Place cleaning system on a level surface
Clean area around oil fill and remove oil fill cap.
To add fuel to engine:
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Clean area around fuel cap, remove cap.
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Aad regular unleaded gasoline, slowly, to the fuel
tank.
Important: Never mix oil with gasoline.
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Pour oil from enclosed bottle into the oil fill opening
until oil reaches the point of overflowing. Do not
overfill.
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Installoil fill cap, hand tighten securely.
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Use regular unleaded gasolinewiththe cleaning
system engine. Fuel tank capacity is 3 U.S. quarts.
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fill
fuel tank when
running
or hot.
Do
DANGER!
Never engine
fill fuel is
tank
indoors.
Never
not smoke when filling fuel tank.
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with
DANGER!
spark plug
Do access
not operate
hole cover
or refuel
removed.
engine
Allow engine to cool 2 minutes before refueling.
SYSTEM
Check that the high pressure hose is tightly
connected to the spray gun and to the pump. See
ASSEMBLY section on page 4.
Check inlet screen on the water inlet. If the screen
is dirty, clean before attaching a garden hose. If the
screen is damaged, do not connect to the garden
hose. Replace with screen provided in maintenance
kit or call 1-.800-366-PART to order a replacement
inlet screen.
Attach the the garden hose to the water inlet.
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Turn on the water.
CAUTIONt
Do notand
runtumed
pump without
water
supply
connected
on. You the
must
follow this caution or the pump will be damaged.
Remove the adjustable nozzle extension from the
,spray gun.
• Pull the trigger on the spray gun and hold until a
steady stream of water flows from the gun.
Add Gasoline
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CLEANING
The best way to start your cleaning system engine for
the first time is to follow these instructions step-bystep. This starting information also applies whenever
you start the engine after you have let the cleaning
system sit idle for at least a day.
• Place the cleaning system in an area close enough
to an outside water source that can flow at a rate of
at least 3.0 gallons per minute. Connect a garden
hose to the water spout.
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Install fuel cap and wipe up any spilled gasoline.
TO STARTTHE
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C'AUTION!
indicates
that ethanol
alcohol
blended
fuelsExperience
(called
gasohol
or using
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.
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Engage the safety latch on the spray gun.
Note: The Pressure Command TM may be placed in
any position dudng starting or operation.
Attach adjustable nozzle extension onto spray gun.
Move choke lever to "CHOKE"
position.
control from one position to the next until it is in the
"Run'position.
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Disengage the spray gun safety latch.
hen the engine starts, gradually move the choke
OW TO STOP YOUR CLEANING
SYSTEM
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Move the engine control switch to the "OFF"
position.
Note: If restarting a warm engine after e short
shutdown, move choke lever to "RUN."
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Move engine control to =ON."
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Turn fuel shut-off valve to "ON"
position.
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Tum fuel shut-off valve to "OFF" position.
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Simply shutting off the engine will not release
pressure in the system. Squeeze tdgger on the
spray gun to relieve pressure in the hose.
Note: A small amount of water will squirt out when
you release the pressure.
• Rotate the Dial-A-Cleaner TM selector knob to the
"OFF" position to prevent chemical leakage.
SIPHONING
DO NOT siphon standing water for your water supply.
Contaminated, brackish or dirty water can damage the
pump. Connect only to household water supply.
OFF
TIPS
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Grasp starter handle and pull slowly until you feel
some resistance. T_en pull cord rapidly to
overcome compression, prevent kickback and start
the engine. Let rope retum to starter slowly.
Never use the garden hose inlet to siphon
detergent or wax.
If you hold the spray nozzle too far away from the
object being cleaned, washing will not be as
effective.
Note: If after 3 pulls the engine fails to start,
disengage the spray gun safety latch, squeeze the
tdgger to relive water pressure, re-engage the spray
gun safety latch, move the choke control to the "Run"
position and pull the recoil starter handle rapidly (three
pulls maximum).
Always store the cleaning system with the Dial-ACleaner TM selector knob to the =OFF" position.
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Maintenance Schedule
Follow the houdy or calendar intervals, whichever occurs first.
More frequent service is required when operating in adverse conditions noted below.
Maintenance Operation
eefot_eseEaCh
Check/Clean water inlet screen I
X*
Check high pressure hose
X
Checl<spray gun and
assembly for leaks
X
Purge pump of air end
contaminants
X
Check oil level
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Hours or i 50 Hours or
r Season I Every Season
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100 Hours or I
Every Season
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Service air cleaner pre-cleaner
Change oi1-1:
Service air cleaner cartridge
Replace spark plugs
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Changeoilafterfirst8 hoursof operationthen after every50 hoursor everyseason.
Cleanif dirty.Replaceiftom or perforated.
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Changeoilevery25 hourswhen operaUngunderh_.avyloador in
hightemperatures.
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Cleanmoreoftenunderdirtyor dustyconditions.
ReplaceCleanerpartsifvewydirty.
PRODUCT
SPECIFICATIONS
In the State of California a spark arrestor is required
by law (Section 4442 of the Califomia Public
Resources Code). Other states may have similar laws.
Federal laws apply on federal lands.
Cleaning System Specifications
PRESSURE
2500 psi
FLOW RATE
2.5 GPM
CHEMICAL
MIX
WATER SUPPLY
TEMPERATURE
Engine
ENGINE
RATED
Note: If you equip the engine of your cleaning system
with a spark arrestor muffler, the spark arrestor must
be maintained in effective working order by the
owner/operator, t
Use as directed
GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS
Not to Exceed 140°F
The warranty of the cleaning system does not cover
items that have been subjected to operator abuse or
negligence. To receive full value from the warranty,
operator must maintain cleaning system as instructed
in'this manual.
Specifications
MODEL
Briqqs and Stratton
HORSEPOWER
SPARK PLUG: Type:
Set Gap to:
GASOLINE
CAPACITY
OIL
SOLID STATE
IGNITION AIR GAP
6.5
0.030
Some adjustments will need to be made periodically to
prepedy maintain your cleaning system.
P/N 491055
inch (0.76ram)
All adjustments in the Service and Adjustments
section of this manual should be made at least once
each season.
3 U.S. quarts
SAE 30 weiqht
Once a year you should clean or replace the spark
plug and replace the air filter and check the gun
and wand assembly for wear. A clean spark plug
and new air filter assure proper fuel-air mixture and
help your engine run better and last longer.
0.0125 inch
10
BEFORE
EACH USE
.
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Check water inlet Screen for damage.
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Check high pressure hose for leaks.
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Check chemical tanks and filters for damage.
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Check gun and wand assembly for leaks.
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Purge pump of air and contaminants.
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Check engine oil level.
CLEANING
Check
and
SYSTEM MAINTENANCE
Clean
Inlet Screen
Examine garden hose inlet screen. Clean if it is
clogged or replace if it is tom.
Check
High
Pressure
Hose
High pressure hose can develop leaks from wear,
kinking, or abuse. Inspect hose each time before using
it. Check for cuts, leaks, abrasions, bulging of cover,
or damage or movement of couplings. If any of these
conditions exist, replace hose immediately.
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Replace with
DANGER!
Never
hoserepair
that meets
a highthe
pressure
minimum
hose.
pressure rating of your cleaning system
Check Chemical Reservoirs
Tank covers should snap cleanly onto tank. Ensure
chemical labels correctly identify tank contents.
Ensure that the System Rinse tank is filled with clean
water. Ensure that Dial-A-Cleaner TM selector knob
rotates freely between each position. Examine the
tanks and replace it the filter is clogged
Check Gun and Wand
Examine hose connection to gun and make sure it is
secure. Test trigger by pressing if and making sure it
spdngs back into place when you release if. Put safety
latch in UP position and test trigger. You should not be
able to press tdgger. Replace gun immediately if it
fails any of these tests.
Check In-Line Filter
Place the in-line filter screen into the threaded end
of the lance. Direction does not matter. Push the
screen in with the eraser end of a pencil until it
rests flat at the bottom of the opening. Take care to
not bend the screen.
4. Place the o-ring into the recess. Push the o-ring
snugly against the in-line filter screen.
5. Assemble the lance to the spray gun, as described
earlier in this manual.
Purge Pump of Air and Contaminants
To remove the air from the pump, follow these
steps: .
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Set up the cleaning system as described in the
ASSEMBLY section and connect the water supply.
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Remove the wand extension from the gun.
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Pull the t.rigger on the gun and hold until a steady
stream of water appears.
To remove the contaminants
follow these steps:
from the pump,
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Set up the cleaning system as described in the
ASSEMBLY section, and connect the water supply.
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Remove the nozzle attachment from the gun.
Start the engine according to instructions in
OPERATION section.
Pull the trigger on the gun and hold.
When the water supply is steady and constant,
engage the safety latch and refasten the nozzle
attachment.
Nozzle Maintenance
If the nozzle becomes restricted or clogged with
foreign materials, such as dirt, excessive pump
pressure may develop. A partially clogged nozzle can
cause a pulsing condition during use. This generally is
not a pump related problem, but rather a clogged or
partially restricted _nozzle.
If the nozzle becomes clogged or partially restricted,
immediately clean the nozzle with the kit included with
your cleaning system by following these instructions:
• ,Shut off the engine and turn off the water supply.
Refer to the illustration below and service the in-line
filter if it becomes clogged, as follows:
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Separate the wand from the gun.
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Rotate to stream setting.
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Remove nozzle from the end of the wand using a
2mm or 5/64 allen wrench.
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Use the wire included in the kit or a small paper
clip to free the foreign materials clogging or
restricting the nozzle.
In-line Filter
1. Detach gun and lance from high pressure hose.
Detach lance from gun and remove o-ring and
screen from lance. Flush the screen, gun, and
lance with clean water to clear debris.
2. If the screen is damaged, the o-dng kit contains a
replacement in-line filter screen and an o-ring. If
undamaged, reuse screen.
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2 O-rings, yellow, (pin B2264) for the ends of the
high pressure hose.
Insert wire into nozzle and turn back
and forth to clear obstruction.
Remove additional debris by back flushing water
supply through wand. Back flush between 30 to 60
seconds. Turn wand to stream spray and move
nozzle from low to high pressure while flushing.
Please match carefully to assure proper o-ring
usage.
Note: The hose
aboveconnector.
two o-rings are close in size.
i garden
1 rubber washer
(p/n B2385) for the inside of the
1 water inlet screen (p/n B2384) for the garden
hose connector.
.
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Reinstall nozzle into wand. DO NOT overtighten.
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Reconnect wand extension to spray gun.
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Reconnect the water supply, turn ON the water,
and start the engine.
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Test the cleaning System by-opefafin_'with "nozzle
in the high and the low pressure positions.
O-Ring Maintenance
Through the normal operation of your cleaning
system, the o-rings keep the connections of the
hoses and gun tight and leak-free. They may become
wom or damaged with use. Provided with your
cleaning system is an O-Ring Maintenance Kit
containing replacement o-rings, a rubber washer and
a garden hose inlet screen.
Parts in the O-Ring
•
To remove a worn or damaged O-Ring:
•
Kit Include:
1 O-ring, red, (p/n B2726) for the end of the spray
gun connection between gun and higWIow spray
wand.
12
Use a small flathead screwdriver to get
underneath the o-ring and pry it off.
ENGINE
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance, replacement or repair of the
emission control devices and systems may be
performed by any non-road engine repair
establishment or individual.
Checking Oil Level
Oil level should be checkedpriorto each use or at
least every 8 hoursof operation.Keep oil level
maintained.
Wash pre-cleaner in liquid detergent and water.
Squeeze dry in e clean cloth and allow to dry
thoroughly. DO NOT oil pre--cleaner.
Changing Oil
Change engine oil after the first 5 hours and every 50
hours thereafter. If you are using your cleaning system
under extremely dirty or dusty conditions, or in
extremely hot weather, change oil more often.
Change oil while engine is still warm from running, as
follows:
•
•
Gently tap cadddge on a flat service to clean. DO
NOT oil cartridge.
•
Clean inside of filter case.
•
•
Place pre-cleaner over certddge pleats
(pre-cleaner lip will be at bottom of pleats).
Place a suitable container for draining oil beneath
the engine.
•
Clean area around oil drain plug, remove plug and
drain oil completely. When crankcase is empty,
Install pre-cleaner and cadridge assembly in
cover.
•
Insert tabs on cover into slots in bottom of base.
Tilt cover up and tighten cover securely.
Clean / Replace
-._ I;binstall oil drain plug.
Spark
Plug
•Clean or replacethe spark plugyeady orevery 100
hoursof operation.
CAUTION!
Disconnect
from
spark plug and
keep wirespark
awayplug
fromwire
spark
plug.
•
•
Clean area around oil fill plug and remove the oil fill
plug. Fill engine crankcase with recommended oil
until oil level is up to, but not past, the point of
overflowing. POUR SLOWLY.
•
Clean area around spark plug.
•
Remove and inspect spark plug.
•
Replace spark plug if the electrodes are pitted,
burned or porcelain is cracked. For replacement
use P/N 491055.
•
Check electrode gap with wire feeler gauge and set
gap at .030 In6hes, if necessary.
When engine crankcase is filled to proper level,
install and tighten oil fill plug.
Service
Dual Element
Air Cleaner
Your engine will not run propedy and may be
damaged if you run it with a dirty dual element air
cleaner.
Replace the pre-cleaner and/or cartridge if very
dirty or damaged. Replacements are available at
your local Sears Authodzed Service Center.
•
To service the air cleaner, follow these steps:
•
Install spark plug, tighten securely.
Carburetor
Loosen screw and tilt cover down. Remove the
pre-cleaner and cadddge assembly.
If you think your carburetor needs adjusting, see your
nearest Sears Service Center. Engine performance
may be affected at altitudes above 4000 feet. For
operation at higher elevations, contact your nearest
Sears Service Center.
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AFTER EACH USE
•
Flush t_le chemical system by selecting a tank and
run the cleaning system with nozzle in low pressure
mode. Flush until each tank is empty, then switch
the selector knob to the next tank. The last tank to
be emptied must be the System Rinse tank.
•
Connect a 3-fcot section of garden hose to the inlet
adapter. Pour RV-Antlfreeze (antifreeze without
alcohol) into the hose. Pull the recoil handle twice.
Water should not remain in the unit for long periods of
time. Sediments of minerals can deposit on pump
parts and "freeze" pump action. Follow these
procedures after every use:
•
Flush the chemical system by selecting the System
Rinse tank and run the cleaning system with nozzle
in low pressure mode. Flush for one minute or until
the chemical is cleared from the system.
LONG TERM STORAGE
Shut off the engine and let it cool, then remove all
hoses.
,_
If you do not plan to use the cleaning system for more
than 30 days, you.must prepare the engine for long
term storage.
CAUTION!
Be sure before
the engine
control switch is
in the "Off" position
you continue.
•
Empty the pump of all pumped liquids by pulling
recoil handle about 6 times with the engine control
switch in the "Off" position. This should remove
most of the liquid in the pump.
•
Rotate the Dial-A-Cleaner
OFF position.
•
Coil the high pressure hose and inspect it for
damage. Cuts in the hose or fraying could result in
leaks and loss of pressure. Should any damage be
found, replace the hose. DO NOT attempt to repair
a damaged hose. Replace the hose with the
genuine Craftsman part.
TM
selector knob to the
•
Drain water from hose and prepedy hang it on the
wire support provided on the guide handle.
•
Store system in a clean, dry area.
,_
It is important to prevent gum deposits from forming in
essential fuel system parts such as the carburetor, fuel
filter, fuel hose or tank during storage. Also,
experience indicates that alcohol-blended fuels (called
gasohol, ethanol or methanol) can attract moisture
which leads to separation and formation of acids
dudng storage. Acidic gas can damage the fuel system
of an engine while in storage.
Protect Fuel System
DANGER! Drain fuel into approved container
outdoors, away from open flame. Be sure
engine is cool. Do not smoke.
Remove all gasoline from the fuel tank to prevent
gum deposits from forming on these parts and
causing possible malfunction of engine.
Run engine until engine stops from lack of fuel.
Make sure you have water supply to pump inlet
connected and tumed ON.
DANGER!
store
engine with
fuel in
the
gas tank Never
indoors
or inthe
enclosed,
poorly
ventilated areas where fumes may reach an
open flame, a spark, or pilot light.
WINTER STORAGE
Change
Oil
While engine is stilt warm, drain oil from crankcase.
Refill with recommended grade. (See Changing Oil)
Oil Cylinder
,_
CAUTION!
You must protect
from
freezing temperatures.
Failure your
to dounit
so will
permanently damage your pump and render
your unit inoperable.
•
Bore
,Remove spark plug Squirt about 1 ounce (30 ml) of
engine oil into the cylinder. Cover spark plug hole
with rag. Crank engine slowly to distribute oil.
To protect the unit from freezing temperatures:
•
Empty all chemical reservoirs as follows:
,_
a.
Disconnect hose connected to chemical inject
fitting on the pump. Place end of hose into
suitable container.
•
Move the selector knob to Tank A and open
that tank's cover. Gravity should shortly empty
the tank contents into the container.
•
•
b.
c.
When the tank is empty, repeat step (b) for
tanks B and C.
d.
Reconnect the hose to the chemical inject
fitting on the pump. Add 0.5 liter of clean fresh
water to each tank and close tank's cover.
CAUTION!
Avoid
spray from spark plug hole
when
cranking
engine.
Install spark plug. Do not connect spark plug wire.
OTHER
Do not store gasoline from one season to another.
If possible, store your unit indoors and cover it to
give protection from dust and dirt. BE SURE TO
EMPTY THE FUEL TANK.
IMPORTANT: NEVER cover your cleaning system
while engine and exhaust area are warm.
14
CORRECTION
CAUSE
PROBLEM
p
Pump has following problems:
failureto producepressure,or
erraticpressure,chattering,lose of
pressure,low water volume.
1. Nozzle in low pressure mode2. Water inletis blocked.
3. Inadequatewater supply
4. Inlet hose is kinked or leaking
1. Pullnozzle backwardfor high
preseuremode.
2. Clear inlet
3. Provideadequatewaterflow at
least3 gem.
4. Straighteninlethose, patch leak.
5. Clogged water inlet screen.
5. Replace/ cleanwater inlet
screen.
6.
7.
8.
9.
6.
7.
8.
9.
Water supply is over 140t'F.
Outlet hose is blocked.
Outlet hose leaks.
Gun leaks.
10. Nozzle is obstructed.
11. Pump is faulty.
Providecoolerwater supply.
Clear blocksin outlethose.
Replace outlethose if leaking.
Replace O-dogor gun if
necessary.
10. Clear nozzle.
11. ContactSears Service
Department.
1. Detergent line is collapsedor
kinked
1. Repair or replacedetergent
line.
2. Chemicaltank filteris clogged.
3. Nozzle is in high pressure mode.
4. Dial-a-Cleaner knob is in off position.
2. Replacetank
3. Push nozzleforwardfor
low pressuremode.
4. Rotate knobfor desiredchemical.
Enginerunsgood when not spraying
but dies when you beginto spray.
Engine speed is too slow.
ContactSears ServiceDepartmenL
Enginewill not start;or starts
and runsrough
1.
2.
3.
4.
Detergentfails to mix.
Dirtyair cleaner
Out of gasoline,
Stale gasoline.
Spark plug wire not connected
to spark plug,
5. Bad spark plug.
6. Water in gseaiine.
7. Overchokingor flooded
8. Excessivelyrichfuel,mixture.
9. Intake valve stuck open or closed,
10. Engine has lostcompression.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Clean or replaceair cleaner.
Fill fuel tank.
Drain gas tank;flUwith freshfuel.
Connectwire to spark plug.
5. Replacespark plug.
6. Drain gas tank;fill withfresh fuel.
7. Set engine throttlecontrollever to
fast position,choke in run
position.
8. ContactSears Sewice
Department.
9. ContactSears Service
Department.
10. Contact Sears Service
Department,
Engineshuts downduring
operation
1.
2.
Out of gasoline.
Airfilter dirty
Engine lacks power.
Dirtyair filter.
1.
2.
Fillfuel tank.
ReplaceAir filter.
Replaceair filter.
15
16
Briggs & Stratton 6.5HP Model # 121412-0148-E1
529
J
411
15
654_
20
21
_lr REQUIRES SPECIAl-TOOLS
TO INSTALL SEE REPAIR
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
743
I
1019 LABEL KIT
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17
Briggs & Stratton 6.SHP Model # 121412-0148-E1
967
535
190A
161
18
Briggs
& Stratton
6.5HP
Model # 121412-0148-E1
1033 VALVE OVERHAUL KIT
456
lO_V_
_
_
I 1033LABEL
KIT-EMISSIONS
I
363 _
55
10051
305_'
19
23
Briggs & Stratton
Item Kit
1
2
3
5
7
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
20
21
22
23
24
25
6.5HP
_
Model!#
121412-0148-E1
_
25
25
Cylinder Assembly
Bushing/Seal Kit
Seal-Oil
Head-Cylinder
Gasket-Cylinder Head
Tube-Breather
Gasket-Crankcase
Screw (Cylinder Head)
Plug-Oil Drain
Crankshaft
Beadng-Ball
Cover-Crankcase
Seal-Oil
Cap-Oil Fill
Screw (Crankcase Cover)
Flywheel
Key-Flywheel
Piston Assembly
(Standard_
_
Note __.._
692788
Piston Assembly (.010"
25
692789
A
All
•
J,
690045
399269
299819
693643
273489
693647
692549
95049
94916
693887
498185
693605
692550
281658
692551
692987
222698
499627
ttem K__"
P_0[L_
59
60
65
65A
95
97
98
98A
104
108
109
110
111
117
121
122
125
127
805857
715257
692608
94904
94098
693412
396185
493280
231371
223471
690023
•
04,
•
262715
690048
690032
693749
690046
•
130
133
o/s)
134
•
Piston Assembly (.020"
137
14,
223470
398187
398188
O/S)
25
692790
26
26
26
26
26
27
28
29
30
32
33
34
35
40
45
46
51
499631
Ring Set (Standard)
_
Note _
692785
Ring Set (.010" O/S)
692786
Ring Set (.020" O/S)
692787
Ring Set (.030" O/S)
Lock-Piston Pin
233190
Pin-Piston
499423
Rod-Connecting
690124
225279
Dipper-Connecting Rod
Screw-Connecting Rod
94699
Valve-Exhaust
499642
Valve-Intake
499641
263149
Spring-Valve
Retainer-Valve
93312
262679
Tappet-Valve
Camshaft
693404
Gasket-Intake (2
692555
Required)
497442
Housing-Rewind Starter
693389
Rope-Starter
55
58
A•_II
Piston Assembly (.030"
146
o/s)
155
161
163
186
187
187A
188
189
190
190A
209
20_)A
219
220
222
227
232
238
265
267
20
A•4,
94388
225430
692579
272948
493496
298049
692601
94644
263108
692127
94644
263255
261306
693578
221551
693405
499506
693408
263131
221535
692577
Description
Insert-Gdp
Gdp-Starter Rope
Screw (Rewind Starter)
Screw (Rewind Starter)
Screw (-rhrottle Valve)
Shaft-Throttle
Kit-idle Speed
Kit-Idle Speed
Pin-Float Hinge
Valve-Choke
Shaft-Choke
Washer (Sold in Kit Only)
Spring Detent
Jet Main
Carburetor Kit
Spacer-Carburetor
Carburetor
Plug-Welch (Sold in Kit
Only)
Va_e-Throttlo
Float-Carburetor
Valve-Needle
Gasket-Float Bowl (Sold in
Kit Only)
• Key-Timing
Plate-Cylinder Heed
Base-Air Cleaner
Gasket-Air Cleaner
Connector-Hose
Line-Fuel (Cut to Required
Length)
Line-Fuel (Molded)
Screw (Control Bracket)
Bali-Rocker Arm
Screw (Fuel Tank)
Screw (Fuel Tank)
Spdng-Govemor
Spdng-Govemor
Gear-Governor
Washer-Thrust
Bracket-Control
Lever-Governor
Spdng/Link
Cap-Valve
Clamp-Casing
Screw (Casing Clamp)
Briggs & Stratton 6.5HP Model # 121412-0148-E1
kern
276
Kit
04.
Pa_#
281
285
300
304
305
306
307
332
333
334
693407
692595
693593
693621
692608
693610
94515
94877
692605
94731
337
347
356
356A
358
363
365
373
383
411
455
456
459
505
529
534
535
546
491055
692599
692602
692603
690031
19069
692568
94908
19374
693463
225457
281503
281505
231082
692553
692583
491588
495659
562
597
601
608
613
615
616
619
94852
94943
95162
693394
94706
93555
692547
94744
621
635
637
642
692310
805529
04.
692564
Description
Washer-Seal (Sold in Kit
Only)
Panel-Control
Strap-Muffler
Muffler-Exhaust
Housing-Blower
Screw (Blower Housing)
Shield-Cylinder
Screw (Cylinder Shield)
Nut (Flywheel)
Armature-Magneto
Screw (Magneto
Armature)
Plug-Spark
Switch-Rocker
Wire-Stop
Wire-Stop
Gasket Set
Flywheel Puller
Screw (Carburetor)
Nut (Rewind Starter)
Wrench-Spark Plug
Cap-Oil Fill
Cup-Flywheel
Retainer-Spring
PawI-Ratchet
Nut (Govemor Lever)
Grommet
Screw (Air Cleaner Cover)
Filter-Air
Washer Set (Control
Bracket)
Bolt (Governor Lever)
Screw (Spring Retainer)
Clamp-Hose
Starter-Rewind
Screw (Muffler Mounting)
Ring-Retainer
Crank-Governor
Screw (Cylinder Head
Plate)
Switch-Stop
Boot-Spark Plug
Washer (Sold in Kit Only)
Cover-Air Cleaner
ILe.rn Kit
663
689
736
741
742
743
798
819
832
843
851
863
336A
868
AI_
883
914
914A
934
957
958
967A
971
972
975
977
978
1005
1019
1022
1023
1026
1029
1033
1034
1036
1050
1'147
•
O,
4.
II
21
Pa_#
692577
263073
95230
692565
692564
692568
692559
692598
693583
281748
493850
692596
693624
498592
272309
94786
692557
Description
Screw (Control Panel)
Spdng-Fdction
Clip-Nut
Gear-Timing
Ring-Retaining
Gear-Idler
Screw (Rocker Arm)
Screw (Muffler Bracket)
Guard-Muffler
Sleeve-Lever
Terminal Cable
Bracket-Muffler
Screw (Mounting)
Seal-Valve
Gasket-Exhaust
Screw (Rocker Cover
7/16" Long)
Screw (Rocker Cover 3/8"
Long)
Screw (Fan Retainer)
Cap-Fuel Tank
Valve-Shutoff
Filter-Air (Pre-Filter)
Screw (Air Cleaner Base)
Tank-Fuel
Bowl-Float
Gasket Set-Carburetor
Gasket-Plate
Fan-Flywheel
Label Kit
Gasket-Rocker Cover
Cover-Rocker
Rod-Push
Arm-Rocker
Kit-Valve Overhaul
Guide-Push Rod
Label Kit-Emissions
692590
493988
692586
273356
94727
692587
493640
690033
All
273346
692592
690035
All
273241
499924
693517
225246
690034
281621
693203
Nut (Rocker Arm)
95137
Nut (Control Bracket)
692575
Included in Gasket Set, Ref Number 358.
Included in Carburetor Kit, Ref Number i21.
Included in Carburetor Gasket Set, Ref
Number 977.
Included in Value Overhaul Kit, Ref Number
1033.
Craftsman
Pump
2500 PSI Cleaning System 580.768040
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24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
"32
35
33
34
36
5O
S9
58
J34
57
55
16
15
17
6
2
5
option
54
53 52
61
89
o_
91
93 _;----
92
95 ......--_"--
94
97"-""" _ _96
8O
83 84
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104
105
106
9O
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Craftsman 2500 PSI Cleaning System 580.768040
Pump
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23 -24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
49
50
51
52
53
54
Pa_#
100-92293P
101-92293P
102-92293P
103-92293P
104-B3169
104-92293P
106-92293P
107-92293P
108-B3169
109-B3169
110-B3169
111-B3169
112-B3169
108-92293P
114-B3169
115-B3169
116-B3169
117-B3169
118-B3169
119-B3169
120-B3169
110-97_.293P
111-92293P
94504
112-92293P
113-92293P
150-92293P
114-92293P
115-92293P
116-92293P
117-92293P
118-92293P
126-92293P
120-92293P
134-B3169
122-92293P
136-B3189
137-B3169
138-B3169
126-92293P
106-92293P
128-92293P
Description
Crankcase
Plug
O-Ring
Protector
Oil Seal
Plug
Washer
Screw
O-Ring
Valve Seat
Valve Plate
Spring
Valve Cage
O-Ring
Valve Cap
Valve Assy.
Head Ring
Packing
Packing Retainer
O-Ring
O-Ring
Sight Gauge
Needle Bearing
Oil Dip Stick
Nut
Washer
Plunger
O-Ring
Back Up Ring
Flinger Washer
Conn. Rod Pin
Crankcase Cover
Screw
Cover O-Ring
Connecting Rod
Plunger Rod
Screw
Washer
Flange
Screw
Washer
Spacer
Repair Kits
Qtv
1
1
1
1
3
1
8
8
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
6
3
3
3
3
3
1
1
1
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
1
4
1
3
3
4
4
1
4
4
1
lt._e.rn
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
129-92293P
130-92293P
131-92293P
132-92293P
146-B3169
134-92293P
148-B3169
149-B3169
137-92293P
138-92293P
152-B3169
140-92293P
154-B3169
108-92293P
156-B3169
157-B3169
15"8-B3169
159-133169
160-B3169
161-133169
162-B3169
163-B3169
164-B3169
165-B3169
166-B3169
167-B3169
168-B3169
169-B3169
170-B3169
141-92293P
172-B3169
173-B3169
104-92293P
161-133169
142-92293P
177-B3169
178-B3169
179-B3169
114-92293P
197-B3169
112-92293P
199-B3169
Descriotion
Pa_#
Items' included
Valve Kit
Oil Seal
O-Ring
O-Ring
O-Ring
O-Ring
O-Ring
500-92294P
500-92293P
192-B3169
506-92294P
503-92293P
195-B3169
505-92293P
10, 11,,12, 13, 14, (17)
5
20, 21, 22
83,89,91,92,93,94,95,96
18, 19, 20, 21, 22
18, 19, 21, 22
67,68,69,70,71,72,73,74,75,76,
77,78,79,80,81,82
23
O-Ring
Oil Seal
Snap Ring
Bearing
Crankshaft
Knob
Bolt
Nut
O-Ring
Pressure Regulator
Seal
Spring
Bushing
O-Ring
Stopper
Spring
O-Ring
Ball
Back Up Ring
O-Ring
Piston
Back Up Ring
Valve Guide
O-Ring
Back Up Ring
Valve
Screw
Valve Seal
O-Ring
Nipple
UI Manifold
Cap
Cap
O-Ring
Nozzle
O-Ring
Spring
Ball
O-Ring
Hose barb
O-Ring
Injector Housing
# A
s_.___SN_
6
3
3
1
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Craftsman
Main Unit
2500 PSI Cleaning
System
580.768040
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Craftsman
Main Unit
Item
2
3
2500 PSI Cleaning
Part#
B3608B
B3605
1
1
4
5
6
7
8
B3376B
B3222A
B3222B
B3222C
B3222D
1
1
1
1
1
9
B3599
10
B3695
8
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
EB3440
96307
86292
B3311
B3721
B3377
EB3114
1
1
4
1
1
3
1
18
19
2o
21
22
23
24
25
26
91526
49226
51716
B3806
S3839A
B3839B
B3839C
B3839D
S3601A
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
27
28
29
48031G
EB3620
B2071
5
1
2
3O
31
46476
31669
2
1
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
B1779
B2347
B1460
B2759
B3742
B1760
75402
52858
27007
2
2
1,
1
1
2
2
2
2
41
50190
2
System
580.768040
Description
LINK, Throttle Control
DECAL, Control Panel
2500
TAG, System Flush Water
CAP, Chem Container =A"
CAP, Chem Container =B"
CAP, Chem Container =C"
CAP, Chem Container
=Water"
ASSY., Chemical Tank 1
Gal.
BOLT, 1/4" - 20 with
Washer
CRADLE, Powder Ct Green
DECAL, 1-800 Number
SELF DRILL, 10 - 16 x 3/4"
SCREW, Plastita 10 - 9
HANDLE, 4-Way Valve
SCREW, Plastite 8 x 3/4"
PANEL, Cntrol Powder
Green
PPHMS, M5 - 0.8 x 12
LOCK WASHER, M5
NUT, Hex M5 - 0.8
ASSY., Sub"4-Way Valve
HOSE, Chemical =A" - 9"
HOSE, Chemical =B" - 13"
HOSE, Chemical =C" - 13"
HOSE, Chemical =D" - 9 =
HOSE, Chemical Pump
12.5"
CLAMP, Hose 3/16 =
HANDLE, Powder Green
NUT, 1/4" - 20 Flange
Locking
CAPLUG, Tubing
BOLT, 1/4"-20 x 1-3/4"
Carriage
COVER, Hinge
END CAP, Tube
CAP, Vinyl Black
HOOK, Square Neck Gun
AXLE ROD, 1/2" x 24.65"
ASSY., Wheel & Tire 10"
PUSHNUT, 1/2"
NUT, M8 - 1.25 Locking
MOUNT, Vibration Donut
Type
FLAT WASHER, M8
Item
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
59
60
61
62
63
34
65
66
67
68
900
Part _
42909
B4231
23139B
22145
92479
22147
48031C
B3735
21424 "
"97098
B3698
B3169
B2727
67989
21217
AB3061B
B3635
97566
B3264C
B3263
B3708
B2730
B3454
B3589
B3610
92661
NSP
Qty.
2
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Description
HHCS, M8 x 1.25 x 30
DECAL, Start Instruction
KEY, 3/16" X 1.50" Sq.
FLAT WASHER, M8
LOCK WASHER, M8
HHCS, 5/16" - 24 x 3/4'
CLAMP, Hose 1/2"
NUT, Water Inlet
CONNECTOR, Garden
Hose
CAP, Garden Hose Inlet
HOSE, Water Inlet
ASSY., Pump
THERMAL RELIEF, 3/8 =
NPT
NUT, Hex M8 - 1.25
MOUNT, Rubber Shock
OIL BO'I-I'LE
HOSE, 3/8" x 25'
TAG, Nozzle Instructions
WAND, Nozzle Hi/Lo
GUN, High Pressure
KIT, Cleaning Nozzle
KIT, Maintenance
KIT, Chemical Tags
KIT, 3 Pak Concentrate
MANUAL
NOZZLE - Replacement
ENGINE, B&S Intek 6.5HP,
Model 121412-0148-E1
Optional Accessories Not Illustrated:
71-74300
House Wash Concentrate
Deck Wash Concentrate
71-74301
Vehicle Wash Concentrate
71-74802
71-74303
Degreaser Concentrate
71-74400
Heavy Duty Turbo Nozzle
71-74401
25_ 3/8" Replacement Extension Hose
71-75115
25' 1/4" Replacement Hose
71-75116
O Ring Repair Kit
Garden Hose Quick Connect
71-75187
71-75197
Accessory Quick Connect Kit
71-75199
Rotating Brush
71-76430
Floor/Siding Brush
71-76431
Utility Brush
25
BRIGGS & STRATTON
CORPORATION (B&S), THE
CALIFORNIA AIR RESOURCES
BOARD (CARB) AND THE UNITED
STATES ENVIRONMENTAL
PROTECTION AGENCY (U.S. EPA)
EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM
WARRANTY STATEMENT (OWNER'S
DEFECT
WARRANTY
Your emission control system includes parts such as
the carburetor, air cleaner, ignition system, muffler and
catalytic converter. Also included may be connectors
and other emission related assemblies. Where a
warrantable condition exists, B&S will repair your
ULGE engine at no cost to you including diagnosis,
parts and labor.
Briggs and Stratton Emission Control
Defects Warranty Coverage
RIGHTS AND
.OBLIGATIONS)
In the interest of the environment, Briggs & Stratton
engines that meet strict emission requirements are
labeled, "This engine conforms to 1995-1998
California Emission Control Regulations for ULGE
engines and U.S. EPA Phase 1 regulations for small
non-road engines." EMISSION CONTROL
WARRANTY COVERAGE IS APP.LICABLE ONLY TO
CERTIFIED ENGINES- PURCHASED fN ._.TL.IFORN1A
IN 1995 AND THEREAFTER WHICH ARE USED iN
CALIFORNIA AND TO CERTIFIED MODEL YEAR
1997 AND LATER ENGINES WHICH ARE
PURCHASED AND USED ELSEWHERE IN THE
UNITED STATES.
California and United States Emission
Control Defects Warranty Statement
ULG E'engines are warranted relative to emission
control parts defects for a period of two years, subject
to the provisions_et forth below. If any covered part
on your engine is defective, the part will repaired and
replaced by B&S.
Owner's
Warranty
Responsibilities
As the ULGE engine owner you are responsible for
the performance of the required maintenance listed in
your Operator/Owner Manual. B&S recommends that
you retain all of your receipts covering maintenance
on your ULGE engine, but B&S cannot deny warranty
solely for the lack of receipts or.for your failure to
ensure the performance of all scheduled maintenance.
As the ULGE eng'meowner, you should however be
aware that B&S may deny you warranty coverage if
your ULGE engine or a part has failed due to abuse,
neglect, improper maintenance or unapproved
modifications.
You are responsible for presenting your ULGE engine
to an Authorized B&S Service Dealer as soon as a
problem exists. The undisputed warranty repairs
should be completed in a reasonable amount of time,
not to exceed 30 days.
CARB, U.S. EPA and B&S are pleased to explain the
Emission Control System Warranty Statement on your
1996 and later utility or lawn and garden equipment
(ULGE) engine. In California, new ULGE engines
produced on or after August 1, 1995 must be
designed, built and equipped to meet the State's
stringent anti-smog standards. Elsewhere in the United
States, new non-road, spark-ignition engines certified
for model year 1997 and alter, must meet similar
standards set forth bythe U.S. EPA. B&S must
warrant the emission control system on your engine
for the periods of time listed below provided there has
been no abuse, neglect or improper maintenance of
your ULGE engine.
If you have any questions regarding your warranty
rights and responsibilities, you should contact a B&S
Service Represel_tative at 1-414-259-5262.
The emission warranty is a defects warranty. Defects
are judged on normal engine performance. The
warranty is not related to an in-use emission test.
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BRIGGS AND STRATTON EMISSION
CONTROL DEFECTS WARRANTY
PROVISIONS
3. No Charge
Repair or replacement of any Warranted Part will
be performed at no charge to the owner, including
diagnostic labor which leads to the determination
that a Warranted Part is defective, if the diagnostic
work is performed at an Authorized B&S Service
Dealer. for emissions warranty service contact your
nearest Authorized B&S Dealer as listed in the
=Yellow Pages" under "Engines, Gasoline,"
=Gasoline Engines," =Lawn Mowers" or similar
category.
The following are specific provisions relative to your
Emissions Control Defects Warranty Coverage. It is in
addition to the B&S engine warranty for non-regulated
engines found in the Operator/Owner's Manual.
1. Warranted Parts
Coverage under this warranty extends only to the
parts listed below (the emission control systems
parts) to the extent these parts were present on the
engine purchased.
a. Fuel Metedng System
• Cold start endchment system (soft choke)
• Carburetor and internal parts
• Fuel Pump
b. Air Induction System
• Air cleaner
• Intake manifold
4. Claims and Coverage Exclusions
W_.rranty claims should be filed in accordance with
the previsions of the B&S Engine Warranty Policy.
Warranty coverage shall be excluded for failures of
Warranted Parts which are not odginal B&S parts
or because of abuse, neglect or improper
maintenance as set forth in the B&S Engine
Warrar_ty Policy. B&S is not liable to cover failures
of Warranted Parts caused by the use of add-on,
non-odginal, or modified parts.
5. Maintenance
Any Warranted Part which is not scheduled for
replacement as required by maintenance or which
is scheduled only for regular inspection to the effect
of "repair or replace as nedessary" shall be
warranted as to defects for the warranty pedod.
Any Warranted part which is scheduled for
replacement as required by maintenance shall be
warranted as to defects only for the pedod of time
up to the first scheduled replacement for that part.
Any replacement part that is equivalent in
performance and durability may be used in the
performance of any maintenance or repairs. The
owner is responsible for the performance of all
required maintenance, as defined in the B&S
Operator/Owner Manual.
--c. Ignition system
• Spark Plugs
• Magneto ignition system
d. Catalyst System
• Catalyst converter
• Exhaust manifold
• Air injection system or pulse valve
e. Miscellaneous Items Used in Above Systems
• Vacuum, temperature, position, time sensitive
valves and switches
• Connectors and Assemblies
2. Length of Coverage
B&S warrants to the initial owner and each
subsequent purchaser that the Warranted Parts
shall be free from defects in matehals and
workmanship which caused the failure of the
Warranted Parts for a pedod of two years from the
date the engine is delivered to a retail pumhaser.
6.
Consequential Coverage
Coverage here under shall extend to the failure of
any engine Components caused by the failure of
any Warranted Part still under warranty.
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For in-home major brand repair service:
Call 24 hoursa day, 7 days a week
1-800-4-MY-HOME
= (1-800-469-4663)
Para pedir servicio de reparaci_n a domicilio - 1-800-676-5811
In Canada for all your service and parts needs call
- 1-800-665-4455
Au Canada pour tout le service ou les pieces
For the repair or replacement parts you need:
Call 7 am - 7 pm, 7 days a week
1-800-366-PART
(1-800-366-7278)
Para ordenar piezascon entrega a domicilio - 1-800-659-7084
For the location of a Sears Parts and Repair Center in your area:
Call 24 hoursa day, 7 daysa week
1-800-488-1222
For information on purchasing a Sears Maintenance Agreement
or to inquire about an existing Agreement:
Call 9 am - 5 pro, Monday- Saturday
1-800-827-6655
TheServioe
Sideof Sears"
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