Owner`s manual | Craftsman 636.79667 Trimmer User Manual

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owner's
manuah
MODEL NO.
636.796670
BUSHWACKER
CAUTION:
Read Rules for
e Assembly
o Maintenance
. Operation
o Repair
Parts
Safe Operation
and instructions
Carefully
Sears,
5209500101
4/89
Roebuck
and
Co., Chicago,
IIL 60684
U.S.A.
PRINTED
IN JAPAN
TWO
Fo_
two
years
from
date
o{
YEAR
purchase
LIMITED
WARRANTY
ON CRAFTSMAN
BUSHWACKER
636.796670
when
this
BUSHWACKER
is maintain6_,
tubricated,
and
tuned
up
according
to the
operating and maintenance instructions in the owner's manual. Sears will repair free of charge any defect In material or
workmanship
This warranty excludes blades, spark plug_ and air cleaner: which are expend_He part., and become worn during normat
USe,
t# this BUSHWACKER }s used for commercial or rental purposes, this warranty applies for only 30 dayt from the data of
purchase.
WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE
BY CONTACTING THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER/DEPARTMENT tN THE UNITED STATES. This warranty applies onty while this product is in use in the United Statas_
This warranty
SAFETY
RULES
Before
gives yOU specific
AND
each operation,
tagal tieht_= and you
may atso have other
PRECAUTIOHS
blade is chipped or cracked replace
,
Do not
attempt
ing before
a. [30 not remove the fuel tank
running or when it is still hal
smoke while
adjustments
the engine and mufffer
b, Clean off fuel tank
cap while
cap area before
the engine is
refueling..
Take care not to spill any fuel.
off
d
Never operate on gasoline only
As this engine is of
2-cycle type, use mixed fuel whose mixture
ratio is
If it is spilled,
Do not operate the machine when your physical
tion is not good. Never touch the plug cap during
4
to protect
Never operate
Stop the engine and pay special attention to the blades
whenever you carry the BUSHWACKER from one place
to the next before and after operation.
9.
Never let any child handle the machinm
yourself
from
the machine
etectric
wherever
!0_
Use BUSHWACKER only for cutting of young trees,
grass, etc, of which diameter is 0°2" or tess, Never use
BUSHWACKER to cut motets or other hard materials,
11,
Never operate BUSHWACKER in a bad weather condition (rain, snow, strong wind, abnormal atmospheric
temperature, etc.)
12_
Keep this manual in place so that one can refer to it
repeatedly for safety operation and to teach possible
users how to operate the machine,
Do not
refueling_
c
lion
8
or refuel-
to coo!,
t6:1 (1 Bat gasoline to 8 oz. oil) and a proper
cation oil such as Sears Catalog Number 36555.
3.
Do not admit any persons or animals within the working
area (30 feet or lessfrom the site),. When plural operators
work together in the same place, maintain at least a
30 feet distance from each other and exchange warning
shouts if necessary° Pay special attention to keep by.
standers, especially children away from the working site.
it with a new one,
engine or blade
allowing
7.
make sure that the screws are not
loose or missing, that the components are not damaged,
and that the blades are not chipped off or cracked. If a
rights which very from scare to state,,
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AND CO
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wipe it
lubri-
condiopera,.
CAUTION:
shock..
ventilation
is not
enough,
5
result in severe eye damage.
Before starting the engine, make sure that the blade does
not touch anything
In startup of the engine, be careful
not to turn
the blade
toward
bystranders.
Posit_on
commend
BUSHWACKER
ER in a level
standard
Stores,
moving
6
The operation
securel% (In startup, place 8USHWACKplace so as to prevent
the blade from
)
Wear safe clothes (safety
shoes, goggles, earmuffs, gloves,
etc ) Never wear loose clothing
ing your BUSHWACKER
or jewelry
while
operat-
of any BUSH-
WACKER
can result
in Foreign objects
being
thrown
into
the eyes, which
can
Wide
safety!
Always
wear
safety glasses or eye shields before commencing
power
tool
operation., We re_
Vision Safety Mask for over spectacles or
glasses, available
at
Sears Retail
or Catalog
KNOW
Your
new
B[JSHWACKER
YOUR
has been carefully
however, even with the best of preventative
check out procedures
listed below:
BUSHWACKER
packed
measures,
at the factory
to prevent
damage does sometimes
occur
damage during
shipping
It is recommended
and storage,
that you follow
the
Remove all items from the carton, lay them out and check the parts Io be sure that you have everything
required for
assembly. Also check carefully
for any visible damage. (IN THE EVENT THA'F SOMETHING
IS DAMAGED
OR MISSING
OR BOTH,
NOTIFY
YOUR
SEARS
STORE
IMMEDIATELY,)
i
You should familiarize
yourself with
the unit, Refer to drawing below.
the various
parts of your
BUSHWACKER
before
attempting
to assemble
or operate
SPECIFICATIONS
TYPE
DISPLACEMENT
u_ I CARBURETOR
z l FUEL TANK
_
!CAPACtTY
SPARK PLUG
LUBRICATION
J
2 cycle air-cooled
2013 cc 1i,24 Cu' In,)
O ,p.ragm
type
17,5 UoSo ff. oz,. (0°5£)
NGK BM7A
or CHAMPION
Fuel oil Mixed 16 to 1
(1 gal. gasoline to 8 oz, oil)
DRYWEIGHT
t0.5
DIMENSION
35.5 × 8,7 x 8,6 in,
"SEARS CATALOG
I TOOTH
OVERALLPITCH
LENGTH ji 0.98"
18"
..................
ibs (4.8 kg)
CJ 6.
CUTTING STROKES
i ENGINE RPM
....... PER MINUTE
DRIVE SYSTEM
CLUTCHTYPE
CLUTCH ENGAGE.
MENT
BLADE DRIVE
32°2 times/see (8000 rpm}
8000 rpm
Dry Centrifugal
3800 rpm -+200 rpm
Double cam drive
NUMBER-36402
STARTLER KNOB
START/STOP
SWITCH
ENG
FRONT
HANDLE
TH ROTTLE
LEVER
UPPER BLADE
GUIDE
P_T i
REAR
HANDLE
FUEL TANK
SHIELD
LOWER BLADE
* Specifications
are subject to change without
notice,
PREPARaHG
FOR
OPERATaON
5.
To avoid
operation
Handle
a burn, do not
or immediately
the engine after
touch
after
the engine during the
stopping the englne_
it is completely
cooled.
Fuel and oil mixture
inspect the fuel tank and flit with clean, fresh fuel of
the proper mixture
This engine requires a mixture
of
t6
parts
gasofine
to
t part
oil (1 gal gasoline
oil) Use 71-36555
Craftsman
b_vo cycle engine oi!.
Engine
6
to 8 oz
Oil or a high grade
Never
operate
standing
7.
BUSHWACKER
on tiptoe
Do not use the
time.
It
8USHWACKER
is. normal
moisture
which
during storage
engine while
leads
Acidic
that alcohol blended
fuels
or methanol)
can attract
to separation
and formation
of acids
gas can damage the fuel system of an
9
in storage
are empty,. Use fresh fuel next season
for additional
information
use engine
or carburetor
tank or permanent
If there
is any
See Storage
STARTINCI
for a tong
of 10 to 20 minutes
running
during
unattended,
operation,
(Move the switch
be sure to stop
to STOP.}
STOPPING
products
in the fuel
When
(Figure
starting
the engine, set
the
switch
to
START,
1)
damage may occur.
DO NOT MIX GASOLINE AND OIL DIRECTLY tN THE ENGINE FUEL TANK,
IMPORTANT:
Failure
instructions
the
or
a ladder,
Instruct{arts
1.
cleaner
trouble
_,ND
ground
climbing
operation.
Never leave the 8USHWACKER
the engine first.
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 lir_es and carburetor
Never
8
unstable
continuously
tO take a break
after every 50_minute
WARNING:
Experience
indicates
{called gasohot or using ethanol
on
Never use it while
could
to follow
result
in
proper
serious
fuel
Switch
mix
damage
to
engine
CAUTION:
Nhen preparing fuel mixture
mix only the amount needed
for the job you are to do Do not use fuel mixture that has
been stored
longer
than two (2} months
Fuel mixture
stored
longer than [his will cause hard starting and poor
iperformance
tf fuel mix has been stored longer t:han this
itime it should be replaced and filled with a fresh mixture.
Figure 1
CAUTION!
NEVER over Fill Fuel Tank
NEVER add fuel to the tank in a closed un-ventilated
are&
2_
DO NOT
add fuel to this unit near an open fire or sparks.
BE SURE
to wipe
the engine,
DO NOT attempt
off
spilled
to refuel
fuel before
an extremely
attempting
to start
hot engine.
The choke
choke
CHECK
push
the
"CLOSE",
depending
of all dirt, etc
DURSNG
blades
have
stopped
before
the operation_
OPERATION
on
account
of
a branch
caught during
the trimming,
be sure to stop the engine
and eliminate
the branch.
Refrain
from cutting
too
hard or too thick a branch (over ¼°' in diameterL
2.
When the machine
is running,
never touch
Never point the blades toward a person.
3
Hold
4
The engine
8USHWACKE
R firmly
speed must not
to do the cutting
with
both
the blades
hands.
be excessive
but iust enough
type
choke
on the
for loose bolts, nuts and fittings
PRSCAUTIONS
the
is a "Lever"
engine,
operation
Clean the air lifter
If
control
(See. Figure 2L To
lever
to
"Close"
position.
NOTE:
If the engine is warm,
it may be
started with the choke lever mid-way
between "OPEN"
and
Check points before
the
Figure 2
individual
engine.
3.
Puli the throttle
and
lock
(Figure
lever a little,
the throttle
push
the
lever at the starting
throttle
knob
without
a load, otherwise
speed reducing engine life.
position.
the
engine
will
run at a high
3}
Stopping
the Engine
I
Reduce the engine rpm to idle by releasing
2
Set the stop switch
to stop.
(Figure
the throttle
1)
Blade sharpening
If the edges are rounded and do not cut well any more,
grind oft = only the shaded portions, Do not grind the
contact _urfaces (sliding surfaces) of the top and bottom
edges, (Figure 5}
Figure 3
4,
Pull the
recoil
the machine
(Figure 4)
starter
securely
several times_ (At
so
as to
this time,
The carburetor is no'. filled with fuelo Pull the starter
8 times to feed up fuel from tank to carb_retor.
Caution:
hold
keep it fixed.)
7 to
-
Never let go of the starter rope from
its fully extended state. Return the starter rope to its original
position while holding it securely.
-- Be careful not to break the starter rope,
Disk grinder
\
c_oss zectia
Holding
the disk grinder at a
45 ° angle, 9rind the edge aff
to the dotted line to sharpen
_he rounded
tip,
Figure 5
Note:
Figure
5.
After s_arting, open the choke lever by degrees to the full
and reset the throttle
lever to the low speed, while check..
ing the engine operating state.
Caution:
6.
4
-
tn starting of the engine and during operation, be
fully
careful to keep bystanders
or obstacles off
the operating sideand confirm safety requirements
for operatlo n.
After starting the engine, warm up the engine (for about
5 minutes at medium speed). Immediately
after starting,
speed up the engine
slowly
Never open the throttle
fully
1) Before grinding, be sure to secure the blade
firmly
2) Wear gloves,protective glasses,etc_
3) An edge ground too much at a time or ground
many times will loose its hardened layer, it
becomes rounded and dull very quickly in
use° Order replacement blades from Sears Repair parts.,
Adjustments
SPARK
PLUG MAINTENANCE
- If the spark plug
electrode area has an excess of carbon buildup,
the
efficiency
REMOV_
of
the plug
will
be
THE
CARBON
WITH
CLEANER
OR WIRE
seriously
reduced..
A SPARK
PLUG
BRUSH
After
cleaning
the
spark ,,plug
ELECTRODE
GAP TO 024-028.
RESET
THE
Carburetor
Proper
adjustment
of the carburetor
is very important
to
the operation
of this engine. The carburetor has been
carefully
ad)usted
at the factory
and therefore
should
not require
Adjustment
any further
adiustmenL
_ILADI_
ADaUSTM_-_T
(Performed
with engine stopped,)
The blades wear with use when you notice a decrease in
cutting performance adjust the blades as follows°
of Engine Idling
{f the blade happens to run in idling, adjust the cable
adjuster of the throtde
wire to stop blade movement in
Upper blade
idling_
Cross-sectional view of blades
H) Loosen lock nuL
(2) Tighten truss head screw lightly
turning.
tum.
(3) Tighten
1
Clean
AFTER
every
if the
BUSHWACKER
faulty
will
sections,
and apply
not
be
a thin
Store
Always
the
BUSHWACKER
keep children
used
for
a
in
away from
a clean
and
dry
Note:
Never fail to stop the engine before making the
adjustments.
place.
the machine.
PR_VI_ITATIIVI_
starter a few times to put a thin coat of oil on the cylin..
der.. Install
the spark plug again when the piston has
stopped at a top dead center.
It is important
to prevent
gum deposits
from
essential fu[:] system parts such as the carbure[or_
forming
in
fuel filter,
fuel hose, or tank during storage
Also, experience
indicates
that alcohol h_er_ded_uels (caUed gasohol or using ethanol or
r.a_ attract moisture
which leads to separation and
ol acids durinq storage
Acidic gas can damage the
fu_:l system ol Jr_ engine while
adjust-
your hand, If they are just warm to the touch, you
have made the proper adjustments, but if they are
too hot for you to keep touching them, repeat
steps #1. #'2 and #3 above backing off slightly more
on 'the screw.
iong
Remove the spark plug. inject a smell amount of engine
oil through
the spark piug hole. Then pull the recoil
methm_o!)
_ormatio_
blades after
(5) Stop the engine and carefully feel the blades with
rusL In cleaning
Never use strong
period of time, drain the fuel from the tank, then start
the engine and keep the engine running until it consumes
all the fuel taft in the carburetor.
3.
the
the engine and ooerate the blades at high
the _peed for a minute or so.
coat of oil on metal parts to prevent
the machine, always use a dean cloth,
solvents, such as gasoline
2,
Lubricate
{4) Stalt
OPERATION
part, repait
lock nut.
ment_..
Figure 6
STORAGE
until it stops
Then turn it back one-fourth to one half
in storage
To avoid t_N!li_)=: problems, {he fuel system should be emptied
b(:h)re star._!iJ., (}I 30 (lays or ionrjer. Follow these instructions:
LIST
AND
MAINTI_I_ANC_
STORAQt_
CHI_CK
TIPS
Be sure the engine and all other pmts are clean,
Check all nuts, bolts, screws, etc.. making sure they are
tightened and secured as they should be.
inspect Carefully for' any fuel or oil leeks.
Check the air cleaner assembly for excessivedust or dirt_
If the filter requires cleaning, use the following
procedure: Remove the filter and wash in soap and
water or blow off with compressed air. DO NOT clean
filter in gasolineor other flammable solvent,
Inspect the muffler exhaust port /,tail pipe). If thece is
any clogging, remove carbon particles adhering to iL
_AB_TS_A_C_
In
every
10--20
grease through
2
hours,
inject
one
or two
ounces
of
Stop
cutting
weight
the engine
before
tubricatirrg
operation,
Frequent
oil during cutting will
the blades during
the
lubrication
using a light
greatly add to blade life,
a grease nippFe installed in the gear case
of the BUSHWACKER
Be sure the engine
while greasing the gear case
is stopped
Figure 8
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The Model Number
mention
the Model
for your unit.
will be found on the top of recoil st artero Always
Number When requesting
service or repair parts
All parts listed herein may be ordered from any SEARS, ROEBUCK
AND CO,. OR SIMPSONS_SEARS
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service units or most
retail stores.
WHEN
ORDERING
REPAIR
PARTS,
FOLLOWING
INFORMATION
AS SHOWN
1. The PART
NUMBER
3
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MODEL
NO.
636.796670
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2, TheMODEL NUMBER
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636. 79667{I
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60684
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