Operating instructions | EarthQuake 3365B Tiller User Manual

OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS &
Parts EXPLOSIONS
FRONT TINE ROTOTILLERs
Model 3365
Briggs & Stratton
5.50 ft-lbs Gross Torque
Model 3365B
Briggs & Stratton
6.50 ft-lbs Gross Torque
Model 3365CE
Briggs & Stratton
6.50 ft-lbs Gross Torque
Model 3365K
Kohler
7.25 ft-lbs Gross Torque Vert.
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Model R3355H
5.5 HP Honda
Model 3365PS
Briggs & Stratton
6.50 ft-lbs Gross Torque
Model 3365KPS
Kohler
7.25 ft-lbs Gross Torque
3365PSCE
Briggs & Stratton
8.5 ft-lbs Gross Torque
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INTRODUCTION
Thank You . . .
for purchasing an Earthquake® forward rotating front tine rototiller
from Ardisam, Inc. We have worked to ensure that this front tine
rototiller meets high standards for usability and durability. With
proper care, your rototiller will provide many years of service.
Please take the time to read this manual carefully to learn how to
correctly operate and maintain your rototiller. This manual should
be considered a permanent part of your rototiller. Due to continuous
efforts to perfect our product, certain procedures and specifications
are subject to change without notice. Congratulations on your
investment in quality.
CONTENTS
Warranty Registration....................................................................... 3
Safety............................................................................................... 4
Unpacking and Assembly................................................................. 7
Features........................................................................................... 8
Controls............................................................................................ 9
Operation........................................................................................ 10
Maintenance & Storage.................................................................. 12
Troubleshooting & Repair............................................................... 16
Parts Explosions............................................................................. 17
REGISTRATION
Record your model number and serial number in the space provided for
easy reference. Fill out and mail the registration card located in your
parts packet. Warranty is valid only if your completed registration card
is received by Ardisam, Inc., within two weeks of the purchase date.
Model Number
Serial Number
Engine Serial Number
Date of Purchase
Place of Purchase
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SAFETY
! DANGER
OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITY
Accurate assembly and safe and effective use of the rototiller is the
owner’s responsibility.
• Read and follow all safety instructions.
DANGER INDICATES a serious injury or fatality will result if the safety instructions that follow this signal word are
not obeyed.
• Carefully follow all assembly instructions.
• Maintain the tiller according to directions and schedule included
in this Earthquake operator’s manual.
• Ensure that anyone who uses the tiller is familiar with all
controls and safety precautions.
SPECIAL MESSAGES
Your manual contains special messages to bring attention to potential
safety concerns, machine damage as well as helpful operating and
servicing information. Please read all the information carefully to
avoid injury and machine damage.
NOTE: General information is given throughout the manual
that may help the operator in the operation or service of the
machine.
! WARNING
WARNING INDICATES a serious injury or fatality could result if the safety instructions that follow this signal word are
not obeyed.
! CAUTION
CAUTION INDICATES YOU CAN OR YOUR EQUIPMENT CAN BE HURT IF THE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS THAT FOLLOW THIS SIGNAL WORD ARE
NOT OBEYED.
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Please read this section carefully. Operate the tiller according to the
safety instructions and recommendations outlined here and inserted
throughout the text. Anyone who uses this tiller must read the instructions and be familiar with the controls. Your tiller is equipped with a
safety device that enables you to stop the wheels and tines quickly
in an emergency. Learn how the drive safety control lever operates
and how to control the tiller at all times.
This symbol points out important safety instructions
which if not followed could endanger your personal
safety. Read and follow all instructions in this manual
before attempting to operate this equipment.
• Do not allow children to operate this rototiller. Keep small children away
from the area being tilled. Do not allow adults to operate the tiller without
proper instruction.
Preparation
• Dress appropriately when operating the tiller. Always wear sturdy
footwear. Never wear sandals, sneakers or open shoes, and never
operate the tiller with bare feet. Do not wear loose clothing that
might get caught in moving parts.
• Carefully inspect the area to be tilled and remove all foreign objects.
Do not till above underground water lines, gas lines, electric cables,
or pipes. Do not operate the tiller in soil with large rocks and foreign
objects which can damage the equipment.
IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT INDICATES HELPFUL INFORMATION
FOR PROPER ASSEMBLY, OPERATION, OR
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR equipment.
! WARNING
You must read, understand and comply with
all safety and operating instructions in
this manual before attempting to set up
and operate your rototiller.
Failure to comply with all safety and
operating instructions can result in loss
of machine control, serious personal
injury to you and/or bystanders, and risk
of equipment and property damage. The
triangle in the text signifies important
cautions or warnings which must be
followed.
CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65 WARNING
Engine exhaust from this product
contains chemicals known to the State
of California to cause cancer, birth
defects, or other reproductive harm.
• Disengage all clutches and leave all control levers in the neutral
position before starting the engine.
• Handle fuel with care; it is highly flammable.
a. Use an approved fuel container.
b. Never add fuel to a running engine or hot engine.
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c. Fill fuel tank outdoors with extreme care. Never fill fuel tank indoors.
d. Replace gasoline cap securely and clean up spilled fuel before restarting.
• Never attempt to make any adjustments while the engine is
running.
Operation
• Do not operate the tiller under the influence of alcohol or
drugs.
IMPORTANT
The right and left sides of your
rototiller are determined from
the operating position as you
face the direction of forward
travel.
Engine is shipped from factory
without oil.You must add engine
oil before starting engine.
• Never operate the tiller without guards, covers, and hoods in
place.
Maintenance and storage
• Keep hands, feet, and clothing away from rotating parts. Keep
clear of tiller tines at all times.
• Keep machine, attachments and accessories in safe working
condition.
• Tines rotate when tiller is engaged; tines rotate when the drive
safety control lever is pulled down. Releasing the drive safety
control lever to neutral stops the tines.
• Check shear bolts, engine mounting bolts and other bolts at
frequent intervals for proper tightness to be sure the equipment
is in safe working condition.
• Use extreme caution when operating on or crossing gravel
drives, walks, or roads. Stay alert for hidden hazards or
traffic.
• To prevent accidental starting, always disconnect and secure
the spark plug wire from the spark plug before performing tiller
maintenance.
• After striking a foreign object, stop the engine, remove the
wire from the spark plug, thoroughly inspect the tiller for
any damage, and repair the damage before restarting and
operating the tiller.
• Never run the engine indoors. Exhaust fumes are deadly.
• If vegetation clogs the tines, STOP THE ENGINE
AND DISCONNECT THE SPARK PLUG WIRE before
removing vegetation by hand.
• Engine muffler will be hot from operation. Do not touch it with
bare skin or a severe burn may result.
• If the unit should start to vibrate abnormally, stop the engine
and check immediately for the cause. Vibration is generally a
warning of trouble.
• Always allow muffler to cool before filling the fuel tank.
• Never store equipment with gasoline in the tank inside a closed
building where fumes may reach an open flame or spark. Allow
the engine to cool before storing in any building.
• Always refer to the operator’s guide instructions for important
details if the tiller is to be stored for an extended period.
Additional Safety Information (CE units only)
• Do not run the engine indoors; exhaust fumes are deadly.
This rototiller unit has been tested and verified to be within the
acceptable level of noise range for CE compliance at 80dB
Lpa.
• Do not overload the machine capacity by attempting to till too
deep at too fast of a rate.
This rototiller unit has been tested and verified to be within the
acceptable level of vibration for CE compliance at 6.2 m/s2.
• Never allow bystanders near the unit.
For the health and safety of the consumer it is recommended
that this product be used for no more than 2 consecutive hours
in any given 12 hour period.
• Never operate the tiller without good visibility or light.
• Be careful when tilling in hard ground. The tines may catch in
the ground and propel the tiller forward. If this occurs, let go
of the handlebars and do not restrain the machine.
• Take all possible precautions when leaving the machine
unattended. Disengage all control levers, stop the engine,
wait for all moving parts to stop, and make certain guards
and shields are in place.
• When leaving the operating position for any reason:
- shut off the engine.
- wait for all moving parts to stop.
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SAFETY DECALS
This rototiller unit has been designed and manufactured to provide you with the safety and reliability you would expect from an industry
leader in outdoor power equipment manufacturing.
Although reading this manual and the safety instructions it contains will provide you with the necessary basic knowledge to operate
this equipment safely and effectively, we have placed several safety labels on the tiller to remind you of this important information
while you are operating the unit.
These important safety labels are illustrated below, and are shown here to help familiarize you with the location and content of the
safety messages you will see as you perform normal tilling operations. Please review these labels now. If you have any questions
regarding their meaning or how to comply with these instructions, reread the complete safety instruction text on the preceding pages,
or contact your local dealer.
Should any of the safety labels become unreadable because of being worn, faded, or otherwise damaged during the use of your tiller,
please use the part number information provided to order a replacement label from your local authorized dealer.
The safety labels are easily applied and will act as a constant visual reminder to you and others who may use the equipment. Follow
the safety instructions necessary for safe, effective operation of your rototiller.
Company:
Ardisam Inc.
Product:
3365CE
Location:
X
Part No:
LBLINFO3365CE
Part No. LBL821B
HOOD WARNING
Hood Decal
DIELINE SIZE: 70mm x 45mm
ARDISAM, INC.
1160 8th Avenue | Cumberland, WI 54829 | USA
Part No. LBL3100C
TINES DANGER/OPERATION
Hood Decal
Serial No.
LBLINFO3365CE
Earthquake 3365CE
Year: 2010 Mass: 47.63 kg
Max. Operating Speed: 3600 rpm
Nominal Power Rating: 5.06 kW
Part No. LBLINFO3365CE
Name Plate
Tine Shield Decal
Colors Used:
Part No. LBL516C
WARNING
Belt Cover Decal
Part No. LBL3100H
WARNING
Pantone
Part #: LBL3100H
876 C
Pivot MountMetallic
Decal
Size: 2.50 w x 1.23 h
Part No.
LBLCENOISE80
Decibel Level Decal
Part No. LBL3100D
.0625 Corner Radius
CLUTCH ENGAGE
1000 decals per roll IMPORTANT: Print designated metallic ink onto UV-protected, high-strength white decal material. Please slit backing material to ensure ease of re
Handlebar Decal
Colors: ANSI Orange, Black, White
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Unpacking and Assembly
IMPORTANT
unpack tiller & assemble
1. Open top of carton and remove handlebar assembly.
2. Find parts packet. Parts packet for 3365/3365B/3365K/3365CE
contains:
6- 5/16-18 x 1-3/4” bolts
6- 5/16” spring lockwashers
2- hand knobs
4- locknuts
2- 1/2” push nuts
1- detent pin
Parts packet for 3365PS/3365KPS/R3365H/3365PSCE contains:
2- 3/8-16 x 1” bolts
2- 3/8-16 biway locknuts
2- 5/16-18 x 1” bolts
4- 5/16-18 x 1-3/4” bolts
6- 5/16” spring lockwashers
2- hand knobs
4- 5/16” locknuts
2- 1/2” push nuts
1- detent pin
The right and left sides of your
rototiller are determined from
the operating position as you
face the direction of forward
travel.
Engine is shipped from factory
without oil.You must add engine
oil before starting engine.
! CAUTION
DO NOT TRY TO LIFT THE ROTOTILLER FROM THE
CARTON.
3. Cut open end of carton and remove machine:
a. Install wheels on each end of axle; tap on push nuts with a hammer.
b. Assemble tines to unit, inside tines first. Sharp edge of tine will be away from operator at top, or face down at front of machine.
c. Outside tines have two positions- wide 21” and narrow 16”. For narrow width, assemble with short side of tine holder pipe towards center of machine.
d. For wide width, move the left tine to the right side and right tine to the left side. Assemble with the long half of tine pipe towards machine.
e. Slide the top handle of handlebar over the lower loop. Put 5/16-18 x 1-3/4” bolts through both holes from inside out;
put on 5/16” spring lockwashers and tighten with hand knobs. Models 3365PS, 3365KPS, and R3365H will use 3/8-16 x 1” bolts with nuts and 5/16-18 x 1” bolts with hand knobs. See parts explosion on page 19.
f. Check upper and lower jam nuts for tightness. See page 9, Belt Tension Adjustment.
g. Add and check engine oil.
install depth regulator lever
1. Install the depth regulator lever through hole in bracket from the
bottom up with curve to rear of unit and secure with detent pin.
Fill engine CRANKCASE
1. Add oil according to engine manual. Do not overfill. Use a clean, high
quality detergent oil. Container must be marked A.P.I. Service SF - SJ.
Use no special additives with recommended oils. Do not mix oil with
gasoline. Oil level must be full. Check the oil level by removing oil fill
plug. Oil level should be up to the bottom of the fill plug opening.
narrow tine width
wide tine width
upper
handlebar
lower
handlebar
loop
hand knob
depth
regulator
lever
detent pin
2. Always check oil level before starting engine. Refer to engine manual
for capacity and type of oil to use.
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Features (3365/3365B/3365Ce/3365K)
The advantage of the EARTHQUAKE® BADGER™ gear drive rototiller over other front tine tillers is the exclusive
unfolding and flexible drag bar. This gives the Earthquake® Badger™ gear drive tiller its stability and versatility.
For easy transport, fold the wheels under the engine. During operation, the wheels unfold back and the drag bar folds
down. The long length between the tines and the drag bar make this the most comfortable front tine tiller on the market.
drive safety control lever
forward cable
hand knob
front belt cover
3-way adjustable tine widths
Transport Position
Operating Position
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controls
! CAUTION
Drive SAFETY Control Lever
BELT TENSION ADJUSTMENT
This information is provided here only to
introduce the controls. DO NOT START THE
ENGINE AT THIS TIME. Starting and operating
instructions are given on page 10. Please
read this section and all operating and
safety instructions before starting your
tiller.
Proper belt tension is critical to good performance. After 30 minutes
of operation, all cables may have to be adjusted due to initial stretch.
Thereafter, check tension after every two hours of operation.
• As a safety precaution, the drive safety
control lever will not lock in the
forward position.
To increase belt tension:
• To stop the wheels and tines at any
time, release the drive safety control
lever.
Engages tines into forward; releasing returns machine to neutral.
Pulling down on the drive safety control lever engages the tines.
Releasing the drive safety control lever disengages the tines to a
neutral position.
1. Loosen upper jam nut. Turn nut up cable in 1/8” increments.
2. Tighten lower jam nut.
3. Check adjustment.
This procedure can be repeated until conduit adjustment bolts have
no more adjustment left. If no more adjustment can be made, belt
may have to be replaced.
DEPTH REGULATOR LEVER
Tilling depth is controlled by the height of the depth regulator lever.
! WARNING
ENGINE SHOULD BE OFF BEFORE ADJUSTING
ANY CONTROLS.
Do not adjust tilling depth unless drive
safety control lever is released to the
neutral position.
To adjust tilling depth:
1.Remove detent pin.
2.Raise the depth regulator lever to position tines at chosen tilling
depth.
3.Align hole in depth regulator lever with hole in depth regulator
bracket and replace detent pin.
drive safety control lever disengaged
drive safety control lever disengaged
1/4” stretch
1/4” stretch
upper jam nut
upper jam nut
lower jam nut
lower jam nut
forward cable
forward cable
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Operation
IMPORTANT
PRE-START INSPECTION
1. Make sure all safety guards are in place and all nuts and bolts are secure.
2. Check oil level in engine crankcase. See your engine manual for
procedure and specifications.
3. Inspect air cleaner for cleanliness. See your engine manual for
procedure.
4. Check the fuel supply. Fill the fuel tank no closer than one inch from top of tank to provide space for expansion. See your engine
manual for fuel recommendations.
5. Be sure spark plug wire is attached and spark plug is tightened securely.
6. Check position of wheels.
7. Check depth regulator lever position.
8. Examine underneath and around engine for signs of oil or fuel
leaks.
9. Inspect fuel hoses for tightness and fuel seepage.
10.Look for signs of engine damage.
11.Remove excessive debris from muffler area and recoil starter.
12. Turn fuel shutoff valve to the ON position if engine is equipped with
one. It’s located between tank and carburetor.
START-UP
Engine is shipped from factory without oil.
YOU MUST ADD ENGINE OIL BEFORE STARTING
ENGINE.
Practice operating the controls and
tiller with tines out of ground before
beginning to till. It is important that you
know how to use the tiller properly, keep
control at all times, stop the tines and
wheels from turning, and stop the engine
if necessary. If you do not know how to
do these things, read the Controls and
Safety sections before proceeding.
! CAUTION
Please do not start your tiller until you
have read the Manual that came with your
engine and the sections in this manual
titled “Controls and Safety.” Once you
have read these, follow the appropriate
steps to start your tiller. Always perform
this pre-start checklist before starting
the engine.
! WARNING
For models 3365, 3365B, 3365CE, 3365K, 3365KPS,
and 3365PS only.
Gasoline is highly flammable and must
be handled with care. Never fill the tank
when the engine is hot or running. Always
move outdoors to fill the tank.
The controls required to start and run the rototiller are located on the
engine and are marked Choke and Throttle.
Temperature of muffler and nearby areas
may exceed 150° F. Avoid these areas.
A more detailed description of engine operation and all related
precautions and procedures can be found in the engine manufacturer’s
manual that accompanies each tiller.
Do not move choke control to CHOKE to
stop engine. Backfire or engine damage
may occur.
Cold Starts
TO STOP THE ENGINE AT ANY TIME, MOVE THROTTLE CONTROL TO THE OFF POSITION. To stop
tines at any time, release drive safety
control lever to the neutral position.
1. Move choke lever to full choke position.
2. Move throttle lever to start.
3. Pull starting rope out slowly one time and allow to return
normally.
4. Pull starting rope out rapidly and allow rope to return normally.
Always release drive safety control
lever to the neutral position before
adjusting the depth of the regulator
lever.
5. When engine starts, gradually move choke lever to no choke
position and increase throttle speed.
Restarting A Warm Engine
Restarting an engine that is already warm from previous running does
not normally require the use of the choke.
1. Move throttle lever to start position.
2. Pull starting rope out rapidly until engine starts. Allow rope to
return normally. Repeat until engine starts.
3. Adjust throttle speed to high for best tiller action.
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For models R3365H and 3365PSCE only.
The controls required to start and run the rototiller are located on
the handle.
A more detailed description of engine operation and all related
precautions and procedures can be found in the engine manufacturer’s
manual that accompanies each tiller.
Cold Starts
1. Move the throttle control to the fast position.
2. Pull starting rope out slowly one time and allow to return
normally.
3. Pull starting rope out rapidly and allow rope to return normally.
4. Operate engine in the fast position.
Restarting A Warm Engine
Restarting an engine that is already warm from previous running does
not normally require use of the choke.
! WARNING
Extreme caution must be taken in selecting tilling depth. If you attempt to till too
deeply for soil conditions­—that is, with
the drag stake in too high of a position—
loss of control could result.
If removing material from the tines by
hand, stop the engine and remove spark
plug wire first.
! DANGER
Engine and surrounding parts become
extremely hot during normal use and will
cause serious burn injuries if touched
before the engine has cooled.
1. Move throttle lever to fast position.
Allow engine to cool completely before
touching these hot surfaces.
2. Pull starting rope out rapidly until engine starts. Allow rope to return
normally. Repeat until engine starts.
Always keep hands and feet clear of
rotating machine parts.
3. Adjust throttle speed to fast for best tiller action.
Operating Speed
For normal tilling, set the throttle lever to fast.
SHUTTING DOWN
For models 3365, 3365B, 3365K, 3365KPS, 3365CE
and 3365PS only.
To stop the engine at any time, move the throttle control to the off
position. To stop wheels and tines at any time, release the drive safety
control to the neutral position.
For models R3365H and 3365PSCE only.
To shut the engine off, push the throttle control lever all the way forward.
Turn the fuel shutoff valve to the closed position.
Tilling
1. Adjust the depth regulator lever to desired tilling depth.
NOTE: Raise depth regulator lever up one hole at a time,
testing tiller operation after each raise. Raising depth regulator
lever too high can result in loss of control of tiller!
2.Move the throttle control to fast.
3.Place the tiller in motion by pushing down on the drive safety control
lever; this will engage the tines.
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MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Your rototiller has been designed and produced by the industry’s leading manufacturer of outdoor power equipment to provide you
with years of reliable operation.
Keeping your tiller in top running condition will prolong its life, and help you obtain optimum performance.
Please read this normal care schedule, and note the recommended care operating intervals to extend the life of your unit.
Page
Before
Each Use
Check belt tension
13
X
Change forward belt
13
Engine maintenance
14
x
x
Check oil level/change oil
14
x
2
Clean tine axle shaft
14
x
Lubrication
14
x
-
1
Maintenance Operation
Check throttle control adjustment
50 hours or
Every Season
x
EM = See engine manual
1 Adjust throttle control after first three hours of operation or if engine is hard to start or run-on occurs.
2 Change oil after the first five to eight hours of use, then after every 50 hours or every season. Change oil every 25 hours when operating under heavy load or in high temperatures.
SERVICING THE ROTOTILLER
The following information will help you make the necessary checks
and perform the procedures required to follow the normal care
recommendations made for your rototiller unit.
! WARNING
To prevent accidental starting:
If you prefer, your local authorized dealer can make these checks and
perform the required procedures for you.
Engine must be turned off and cool, and spark
plug wire must be removed and secured from
spark plug before checking and adjusting engine
or equipment.
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Check Belt Tension
Belt tension may decrease over time. It must be adjusted within
the first half hour of operation and checked after every two hours of
operation. Proper adjustment will assure long belt life. Too much or
too little belt tension will cause premature belt failure. To check and
adjust the forward belt tension:
! WARNING
Check forward belt tension regularly.
Too much or too little tension will cause
premature belt failure.
1. Turn off engine. Engine must be cool.
2. Remove spark plug wire from spark plug and secure.
3. With drive safety control lever in the neutral position, measure
length of spring when in its relaxed state.
4. Pull down on drive safety control lever and measure length of
spring when compressed. Ideal length would be 1/4” shorter.
remove belt
from front
Change Forward Belt
1.Turn off engine. Engine must be cool.
2.Remove spark plug wire from spark plug and secure.
3.Remove front belt cover.
• Remove the belt from the engine pulley:
-Gently pull the engine recoil rope to rotate the pulley.
- With the pulley turning, force the belt out of the V-groove.
- Slide the belt free of the engine pulley.
- Pull the belt down and out of the way.
- Push the belt forward and out front of machine.
Belt replacement part #:
3370 (forward)
• Install new belt:
- Place belt in transmission pulley groove.
-Gently pull the engine recoil rope to rotate the pulley while forcing the belt into the V-groove.
4.Replace front belt cover.
5.Attach spark plug wire.
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Engine Maintenance
Refer to the engine manual included in your parts packet for
information on engine maintenance. Your engine manual provides
detailed information and a maintenance schedule for performing the
following tasks:
1. Check oil level before each use or after every eight hours of
operation.
2. Change oil after first five to eight hours of operation. Change oil
while engine is warm. Refill with new oil of recommended grade.
4. Check spark plug yearly or every 100 hours of operation.
5. Service air cleaner.
IMPORTANT
Engine is shipped from factory without oil.
You must add engine oil before starting
engine.
Engine can overheat and become damaged
if debris blocks the cooling system or
rotating screen.
Never run engine without complete air
cleaner installed on engine.
! CAUTION
6. Keep engine and parts clean.
7. Check engine and equipment often for loose nuts and bolts; keep
these items tightened.
Check or Fill Engine Crankcase
1. Add oil according to engine manual. Do not overfill. Use a clean,
high-quality detergent oil. Container must be marked A.P.I. Service
SF - SJ. Use no special additives with recommended oils. Do not
mix oil with gasoline. Oil level must be full. Check the oil level
by removing oil fill plug. Oil level should be up to the bottom of the
fill plug opening on most engines.
Do not operate tiller before reading
the engine manual provided in the parts
packet.
! WARNING
Temperature of muffler and nearby areas
may exceed 150° F. Avoid these areas.
2. Always check oil level before starting engine. Refer to engine
manual for capacity and type of oil to use.
Clean tine axle shaft
1. Turn off engine. Engine must be cool.
2. Remove spark plug wire and secure from spark plug.
3. Remove all vegetation, string, wire, and other material that may
have accumulated on the axle between the inside set of tines and
the seal on the transmission housing.
4. Replace spark plug wire.
Lubrication
Proper lubrication of moving mechanical parts is critical for proper care
and maintenance. Oil the moving parts using a 30-weight oil.
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storage
! WARNING
Prepare for Storage
Follow the steps below to prepare your tiller for storage. Read your
engine manual for detailed instructions on preparing the engine for
storage.
1. Protect wheels and axles from rust:
Do not store tiller in an unventilated
area where fuel fumes may reach flame,
sparks, pilot lights or an ignited object.
Drain fuel outdoors away from any
ignition sources. Use only approved fuel
containers.
- Coat the axles lightly with axle grease.
2. Drain fuel system completely following engine manufacturer’s
instructions or add fuel stabilizer to prevent fuel from gumming up
during extended storage period.
3. While engine is still warm, drain the oil from the engine. Refill with
fresh oil of the recommended grade.
4. Clean external surfaces, engine and cooling fan.
5. Remove spark plug; pour one ounce of SAE 30 oil into spark plug
hole.
6. Plug hole and pull starter cord slowly to distribute oil evenly in
cylinder head area.
7. Reinstall spark plug.
8. Transport unit to a suitable storage location. If you have chosen to
use a fuel stabilizer and have not drained the fuel system, follow all
safety instructions storage precautions in this manual to prevent the
possibility of fire from the ignition of gasoline fumes. Remember,
gasoline fumes can travel to distant sources of ignition and ignite,
causing risk of explosion and fire.
9. If there is any possibility of unauthorized use or tampering, remove
the spark plug and store it in a safe place before storing the rototiller
unit. Be sure to plug the spark plug hole to prevent foreign material
from entering.
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Troubleshooting and Repair
! WARNING
Troubleshooting Guide
Practice safety at all times. Engine must be
turned off and allowed to cool, and spark
plug wire must be disconnected and secured
before attempting any maintenance or
repair.
Failure to comply with this safety requirement
can result in serious personal injury to you
or bystanders.
While normal care and routine maintenance will extend the life of
your rototiller, prolonged or constant use may eventually require
that service be performed to allow it to continue operating properly.
The troubleshooting guide below lists the most common problems,
causes and remedies.
Problem
Remedy/ActioN
Engine will not start
• Add gas to gas tank.
• Connect spark plug wire to spark plug.
• Throttle must be positioned at choke for a cold start.
Engine runs rough, floods during operation
• Clean or replace air cleaner.
Engine is hard to start
•
•
•
Drain old fuel and replace with fresh. Use gas stabilizer at end of season.
Make sure spark plug wire is securely attached to spark plug.
Drive safety control lever must be released to neutral to start the engine.
Engine misses or lacks power
•
•
•
•
•
Raise the tines for shallow tilling by raising the depth regulator lever.
Clean or replace air cleaner.
Improper carburetor adjustment, take to authorized engine service center.
Replace spark plug and adjust gap.
Drain and refill gas tank and carburetor.
Engine will not stop when throttle control is positioned at stop • See engine manual to check and adjust throttle linkage.
Tiller moves forward during starting
• Drive safety control lever must be released to neutral to start the engine.
Tiller is difficult to control when tilling
(machine jumps or lurches forward)
• Lower engine speed in hard ground.
• Raise the tines for shallower tilling by lowering the depth regulator lever.
Belts squeal in neutral
• Adjust forward belt guide:
- turn engine off and allow muffler to cool
- disconnect spark plug wire and secure from spark plug
- pull down on drive safety control lever
- manually bend forward belt guide so there is 1/16 inch or less clearance between belt guide and belt
- replace spark plug wire
Belts squeal in forward operation
•
•
•
•
•
Excessive heat build up in transmission/tine area during tilling
• Remove vegetation.
• Check transmission fluid and fill if needed.
Turn engine off and allow muffler to cool.
Disconnect spark plug wire and secure from spark plug.
Release drive safety control lever to neutral.
Adjust engage cable.
Replace spark plug wire.
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3365/3365B/3365ce/3365K Handlebar parts
3
4
10
2
9
11
5
1
7
7
6
12
8
13
REF. PART #
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
3108A
CABLE ASSEMBLY W/FERREL
2
3170
3
3262
4
5
QTY.
REF.
NO.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
8
504
LOCKWASHER, SPRING 5/16”
2
NUT, PUSH 3/8” DIA.
1
9
53606
NUT, HEX NYLOC 10-24
1
DRIVE SAFETY CONTROL LEVER
1
10
53607
NUT, HEX JAM 5/16-24
2
3268
LINK, 5-3/4” LONG
1
11
53620
SPRING, COMPRESSION
1
3269
HANDLE, TOP
1
12
8655
BOLT, HEX HD 5/16-18 X 1-3/4”
2
6
3335
HANDLE, BOTTOM
1
13
90141
4
7
48406
KNOB, FIVE-STAR 5/16-18
2
BOLT, SFHH W/PATCH
3/8-16 X 1” GR5
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3365PS/3365KPS Handlebar parts
16
15
11
10
12
14
5
13
6
7
8
9
17
19
1
4
3
18
2
REF.
NO.
PART # DESCRIPTION
1
1501
QTY.
BOLT, SOC FLG HEX HD 5/16-18
X 3/4” GR5
4
REF.
NO.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
10
53612
LINK 11-5/8” LONG
1
11
53614
PIN, CLEVIS 1/4 X 1-1/2”
1
2
2104
NUT, BI-WAY HEX LOCK 3/8-16
4
12
53620
SPRING, COMPRESSION
1
3
3108A
CABLE ASSEMBLY W/FERREL
1
13
53629
BRACKET, CABLE MOUNT
1
4
3358
MOUNT, HANDLEBAR
1
14
53631
GRIP, HANDLEBAR 1” ID FLANGELESS
2
5
3359
HANDLEBAR WELDMENT
1
15
53632
NUT, PUSH 1/4”
1
6
503
BOLT, HH 5/16-18 X 1-1/2”
1
16
53650
LEVER, CONTROL
1
7
504
LOCKWASHER, SPRING 5/16”
2
17
60G56
NUT, BI-WAY LOCK 5/16-18
5
8
53606
NUT, HEX NYLOC 10-24
1
18
90138
BOLT, SFHH 3/8-16 X 3/4”
4
9
53607
NUT, HEX JAM 5/16-24
2
19
WF516
WASHER, FLAT 5/16”
4
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R3355H/3365PSCE Handlebar parts
19
18
14
13
15
17
8
2
3
16
9
1
10
11
12
20
22
4
7
6
21
5
REF. PART #
NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
REF.
NO.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
1
331059
BOLT, HEX
1
12
53607
NUT, HEX JAM 5/16-24
2
2
W1265v0913
Nut, hex
2
13
53612
LINK 11-5/8” LONG
1
3
3310118
Kit, throttle control
w/hardware
1
14
53614
PIN, CLEVIS 1/4 X 1-1/2”
1
15
53620
SPRING, COMPRESSION
1
4
1501
BOLT, SOC FLG HEX HD 5/1618 X 3/4” GR5
4
16
53629
BRACKET, CABLE MOUNT
1
17
53631
GRIP, HANDLEBAR 1” ID FLANGELESS
2
18
53632
NUT, PUSH 1/4”
1
19
53650
LEVER, CONTROL
1
20
60G56
NUT, BI-WAY LOCK 5/16-18
5
21
90138
BOLT, SFHH 3/8-16 X 3/4”
4
22
WF516
WASHER, FLAT 5/16”
4
5
2104
NUT, BI-WAY HEX LOCK 3/8-16
4
6
3108A
CABLE ASSEMBLY W/FERREL
1
7
3358
MOUNT, HANDLEBAR
1
8
3359
HANDLEBAR WELDMENT
1
9
503
BOLT, HH 5/16-18 X 1-1/2”
1
10
504
LOCKWASHER, SPRING 5/16”
2
11
53606
NUT, HEX NYLOC 10-24
1
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3365_3365B__3365K_3365KPS_3365CE_3365PS_3365PSCE
motor mount & Hood parts
28
not used for 3365K
and 3365 KPS
46
18
24
12
48
32
47
38
45
29
44
37
14
10
Model 3365PS, 3365B,
3365CE Drive Pulley
38
30
1
16
15
34
2
35
13
26
5
4
23
25
27
36
43
40
28
36
33
8
9
3
17
39
30
42
41
30
MODEL 3365PS_3365PSCE_
3365KPS BUMPER
20
22
7
7
21
6
19
31
11
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3365_3365B_3365CE_3365PS_3365kps_3365PSCE motor mount & Hood parts
REF. PART #
NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
REF. PART #
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1401
BOLT, HHCS 5/16-18 X 1-1/4” GR5
2
1407
SPRING, FORWARD ARM
3
1413
4
QTY.
1
25
3370
BELT, FORWARD
1
1
26
48300
BOLT, HHCS 5/16-18 X 2-1/4” GR5
1
PULLEY, FORWARD IDLER
1
27
53596B
YOKE, CABLE
1
1416
PIN, LINK
1
28
60G56
NUT, BI-WAY LOCK 5/16-18
4
5
1418
PIN, COTTER
1
29
63118
BOLT, HHCS 1/4-20 X 1/2”
6
6
1714252
WHEEL & TIRE ASSY 11.0 X 1.75
2
30
67538
NUT, HEX NYLOC 1/4-20
8
7
1960519
PUSH NUT 1/2” DIA.
4
31
69170
PIN, DETENT 5/16” X 2”
1
8
2108
NUT, NON-LOCKING HEX 3/8-16
1
32
715
2
9
3128
SHIELD, TINE
1
10
3130A
FRAME, ENGINE MOUNT
1
SET SCREW 1/4-20 X 1/4”
(Part used only on 3365, 3365K,
and 3365KPS models)
11
3157
LEVER, DEPTH REGULATOR
1
33
719
WASHER, SPRING LOCK 3/8”
1
12
3171
PULLEY, ENGINE, SINGLE GROOVE
(Part used only on 3365, 3365K and
3365KPS models)
1
34
744
SPACER, BELT GUIDE
2
35
90140
BOLT, HEX HD 5/16-18 X 3-1/4”
1
13
3182A
BELT GUIDE & MOUNT
1
35
2002
BOLT, HEX HD 3/8-16 X 1-1/2”
(3365K and 3365KPS models only)
1
14
3196
BOLT, HHCS 1/4-20 X 7-1/2” GR5
2
36
WF516
WASHER, FLAT 5/16”
3
15
3202
SCREW, SHEET METAL 1/4 X 3/4”
(3365, 3365B,3365CE)
2
37
WL14
WASHER, SPRING LOCK 1/4”
2
16
3237
COVER, FRONT BELT
(3365, 3365B,3365CE)
1
38
90141
BOLT 3/8-16X1 SFHH GR5ZN W
PATCH
4
17
3275
SHIELD, DIRT
1
18
3305
ENGINE, 6.50 T.R. BRIGGS (3305,
3365PS, 3365B, 3365CE)
1
18
3305CE
ENGINE, 5.50 T.R. BRIGGS (3306,
3365)
1
18
3306
ENGINE, 6.50 T.R. BRIGGS (3365B,
3365PS)
1
18
3307CE
ENGINE, 8.5 T.R. BRIGGS
(3365PSCE)
1
18
2000
ENGINE, 7.25 T.R. KOHLER (3365K
and 3365KPS)
1
44
807
BOLT 5/16-24X3/4 W/PATCH
BHSCS
1
19
3330
TAIL MOUNT, LOWER
1
45
809
1
20
3329
TAIL MOUNT, UPPER
1
WASHER FLAT 1” OD X .047
SPACER
21
3331
SHAFT, WHEEL 1/2”
1
46
3207
SPACER .055 THICK X .755 ID X
1.244 OD
2
22
3332
SHAFT, TAIL MOUNT HINGE 1/2”
1
47
741
3360
IDLER ARM, FORWARD
1
SPACER DRIVE PULLEY
.900”
1
23
24
3364
KEY, SQUARE 3/16” X 5/8”
1
48
3178
PULLEY SINGLE GROOVE
ENGINE
1
MODEL 3365PS/3365PSCE BUMPER GUARD PARTS
39
1516
BOLT, SOC FLANGE HEX HD,
1/4-20 X 3/4”
4
40
3335
ARM LOWER HANDLEBAR
1
41
3371
COVER, FRONT 4-HOLE (replaces 3237)
1
42
67538
NUT, HEX NYLOC 1/4-20
4
WF14
WASHER, FLAT 1/4”
4
43
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25
16
36
11
33
31
23
26
12
9
14
37
27
34
42
32
39
1
30
13
29
4
3
38
35
25
24
21
7
22
15
35
27
2
41
40
MODEL R3355H BUMPER
31
8
27
17
20
6
6
19
5
18
28
10
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REF. PART #
NO.
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
REF.
NO.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
1
1407
SPRING, FORWARD ARM
1
2
1413
PULLEY, FORWARD IDLER
1
3
1416
PIN, LINK
4
1418
PIN, COTTER
5
1714252 WHEEL & TIRE ASSY 11.0 X 1.75
QTY.
23
53194
BOLT, HEX HD FULL THRD 3/8-24 X
1” GR5
1
1
24
53596B
YOKE, CABLE
1
1
25
60G56
NUT, BI-WAY LOCK 5/16-18
4
2
26
63118
BOLT, HEX HD CAP SCR 1/4-20 X 1/2”
6
67538
NUT, HEX NYLOC 1/4-20
8
6
1960519 PUSH NUT 1/2” DIA.
4
27
7
2108
NUT, NON-LOCKING 3/8-16
1
28
69170
PIN, DETENT 5/16” X 2”
1
8
3128
SHIELD, TINE
1
29
712
BOLT HEX HD 5/16”-24 x 1/2”
1
9
3130A
FRAME, ENGINE MOUNT
1
30
717
BOLT, HEX HD 5/16-24 X 1-3/4”
1
719
WASHER, SPRING LOCK 3/8”
2
10
3157
LEVER, DEPTH REGULATOR
1
31
11
31781
PULLEY, ENGINE, SINGLE
GROOVE 3/4” ID MODIFIED
1
32
744
SPACER, BELT GUIDE
2
33
809
WASHER, FLAT 1” OD X 5/16” X .047”
THICK
1
12
31782
SPACER, ENGINE
3
13
3182A
BELT GUIDE & MOUNT
1
34
813
BOLT, HEX HD 5/16-24 X 1-1/4”
1
14
3196
BOLT, HEX HD CAP SCR
1/4-20 X 7-1/2” GR5
2
35
WF516
WASHER, FLAT 5/16”
3
36
WK6
KEY, WOODRUFF #6
1
37
WL14
WASHER, SPRING LOCK 1/4”
2
15
3275D
SHIELD, DIRT W/HOLE
1
16
33055
ENGINE, 5.5 HP HONDA
1
17
3329
TAIL MOUNT, UPPER
1
18
3330
TAIL MOUNT, LOWER
1
19
3331
SHAFT, WHEEL 1/2”
20
3332
21
22
MODEL R3355H BUMPER GUARD PARTS
38
1516
BOLT, SOC FLANGE HEX HD
1/4-20 X 3/4”
4
1
39
3335
ARM LOWER HANDLEBAR
1
SHAFT, TAIL MOUNT HINGE 1/2”
1
40
3371
COVER, FRONT 4-HOLE
1
3360
IDLER ARM, FORWARD
1
41
67538
4
3370
BELT, FORWARD
1
BOLT, SOC BUTTON HD CAP SCR SS
1/4-20 X 1-1/2”
42
WF14
WASHER, FLAT 1/4”
4
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13
15
1
19
17
14
20
16
7
22
18
17
23
6
3
9
5
4
8
4
2
8
21
11
11
10
21
12
REF. PART #
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
1511
BOLT, SFHH 1/4-20 X 7/8”
2
1601
3
QTY.
REF.
NO.
PART #
DESCRIPTION
QTY.
9
13
3364
KEY 3/16 X 1/2”
1
BEARING, TAPERED
(includes cone & race)
1
14
504
LOCKWASHER, SPRING 5/16”
1
15
56100B
CASTING, RIGHT SIDE
1
1701
KEY, HALF MOON 1/4 X 1”
1
16
56101B
CASTING, LEFT SIDE
1
4
1810
SNAP RING, EXTERNAL
2
17
60G56
NUT, BI-WAY LOCK 5/16-18
4
5
3116
GEAR, BRASS 1” ID
1
18
67538
NUT, NYLOC 1/4”
9
6
3122
SHAFT, DRIVE
1
19
802
SCREW, HEX HD 5/16-24 X 3/4”
1
7
3179
PULLEY, SINGLE GROOVE
1
20
803
WASHER 5/16” ID X 1-5/8” OD
1
8
3205W
BEARING, SEALED 1” ID (replaces 3205
bearing & 747 spacer)
2
21
8655
BOLT, HEX HD 5/16-18 X 1-3/4”
4
9
3322
SHAFT, TINE 1”
1
22
8922
BEARING, BALL R12
1
10
3323
TINE SET, OUTSIDE RIGHT
1
23
8924
SNAP RING, EXTERNAL 3/4”
1
11
3324
TINE SET, INSIDE
2
24
3310TRAN TRANSMISSION, COMPLETE
1
12
3326
TINE SET, OUTSIDE LEFT
1
25
3334
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1-YEAR Limited Warranty
Terms and Conditions
Ardisam, Inc., a manufacturing company, warrants this Earthquake® FRONT TINE ROTOTILLER to be free from
defects in the material or workmanship for a period of one year from the date of purchase. During the one-year warranty
of this product, Ardisam will furnish 100% parts and labor to correct any defect caused by faulty material or workmanship.
Items subject to normal wear and tear, such as belts, batteries, tines, shear bolts and tires, due to the nature of their
function are not covered under this warranty. Any unit used in a commercial application is covered for a period of 90
days after purchase. The engine is covered under a separate warranty issued by the engine manufacturer as stated in
the engine manual.
If warranty work needs to be done, contact your place of purchase or Ardisam, Inc., for an authorized service center
in your area. Ardisam will make the necessary repairs if a service center is not available. To obtain warranty service
and/or replacement instructions, you must have prior approval from Ardisam before shipping your package to
us by calling our customer service department at 800-345-6007 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., for
a return material authorization number (RMA#). All items must be shipped prepaid. Ardisam, Inc. will at no charge,
repair or replace, at their discretion, any defective part which falls under the conditions stated above.
Ardisam retains the right to change models, specifications and price without notice. This product if used as intended, will
give you years of trouble free service. We hope you will enjoy the quality of our products for years to come.
For replacement parts, phone 800-345-6007 or go online to www.GetEarthquake.com.
This warranty applies to the original owner with a proof of purchase and is not transferable. It supersedes all other warranties either expressed or implied and all other obligations to liabilities on our part. Ardisam, Inc. does not assume, and
does not authorize any other person to assume for us, any liability in connection with the sale of our products.
The warranty applies only to products which have not been subjected to negligent use, misuse, alteration, accident or
repairs made by anyone not certified by Ardisam, Inc. This guarantee is void unless the warranty card is properly filled out
and received by Ardisam, Inc., within 30 days of purchase or go to www.GetEarthquake.com for online registration.
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