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PDF Content Summary: OWNER'S MANUAL MODEL NO. 580.327060 CAUTION: Read and Follow all Safety Rules and Instructions Before Operating This Equipment CRRFTSMRNo Assembly Operation Maintenance

120-240 VOLT/4000 WATT A-C PORTABLE A-C GENERATOR with Automatic Idle Control Service and Adjustment Repair Parts SEARS ROEBUCK AND Co., Chicago, IL 60684 U.S.A. o 36 6 PartNo. 80059GS_v3-1./11/90 SAFETY RULES & CAUTION: CONTACT ALWAYS SPARK DISCONNECT PLUG, TO PREVENT SPARK PLUG ACCIDENTAL WIRE AND STARTING PLACE WtRE WHEN WHERE SETTING IT CANNOT UP, A TRANSPORTING, ADJUSTING OR MAKING REPAIRS TO YOUR GENERATOR. IMPORTANT THIS GENERATOR IS DESIGNED FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY. USING THIS GENERATOR INSIDE ANY BUILDING OR ENCLOSURE, INCLUDING THE GENERATOR COMPARTMENT OF A RECREATIONAL VEHICLE (RV), IS DANGEROUS. FIRE OR AN EXPLOSION MAY RESULT. NO USER PERFORMED MODIFICATIONS, INCLUDING VENTING OF EXHAUST ANDIOR COOLING VENTILATION, WILL ELIMINATE THE DANGER. If this unit is used for backup power inthe event of a utitity power failure, take the following steps: BEFORE CONNECTING THE GENERATOR TO AN ELECTRI- CAL SYSTEM OPEN THE MAIN CIRCUIT BREAKER OR MAIN SWITCH SERVING THE SYSTEM TO ISO- LATE THE GENERATOR SYSTEM FROM THE ELECTRIC UTILITY. FAILURE TO ISOLATE THE GENERATOR AND UTILITY SYSTEMS MAY RESULT IN DAMAGE TO THE GENERATOR AND MAY ALSO RESULT IN INJURY OR DEATH TO ELECTRIC UTILITY WORKERS DUE TO BACK- FEED OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY. This generator supplies dangerously high electrica! voltages. Use care to prevent extremely hazardous and possibly lethal electrical shock. Never permit any unqualified person(s) to operate or service the unit. DO NOT operate this equipment in the rain, while standing in water, while barefoot, or white hands or feet are wet. Dangerous electrical shock will result. Maintain all wiring, extension cords, etc., in good condition. Worn, bare, frayed, orotherwise damaged wiring and cord sets may cause dangerous electrical shock and may also result in damage to equipment and!or property. The National Electrical Code requires that the gener- ator be properly connected to an approved earth ground. Local electrical codes may also require proper grounding of the unit. See ASSEMBLY section for more grounding information. Wire gauge sizes of wiring and cord sets must be large enough to handle the maximum electrical load to which they will be subjected. Cord sets must be rated 125 a-c volts at 20 amperes or (or greater). Some electrical devices, however, do not require that cord rating. Refer to the Owner's manual of the electrciat device for the manufacturer's recommendations. The generator engine consumes oxygen and gives off DEADLY carbon monoxide gas through its exhaust system. This dangerous gas, if breathed in sufficient concentrations, can cause unconsciousness or even death. Operate this equipment outdoors only, in well ventilated areas where exhaust gases cannot ac- cumulate and endanger people or animals. ° Gasoline is extremely FLAMMABLE and its vapors are EXPLOSIVE. Comply with all laws regulating the storage and handling of gasoline. DO NOT permit smoking, open flames, sparks or heat in the vicinity while handling gasoline. Avoid spilling gasoJine on a hot engine. DO NOT fill fuel tank while engine is running or hot. Clean off any spilled gasoline before starting engine. • DO NOT fill fuel tank completely full. Allow room at top of tank for fue! expansion or fuel may expand and over/low onto a hot engine. • Drain all gasoline from tank before transporting your generator inside your car or other vehicle. • DO NOT store the generator with fuel in tank where gasoline vapors might reach an open flame, spark, or pilot light, as on a furnace, water heater, dryer, etc. FIRE or an EXPLOSION might result. • DO NOT insert any object or tool through cooling air slots or openings of the engine or generator, even if the engine is not running. Damage to the unit or personal injury may result. • DO NOT attempt to change the engine governed speed. Factory settings are correct when you receive the unit. Excessively high engine speeds may result in injury or damage to equipment. " DO NOT use the unit if it has been damaged. Repair or replace all damaged or defective components before you run the unit. • DO NOT permit children to operate or service the generator. Read your Owner's Manual carefully. Only persons who are familiar with these safety rules and have been properly instructed in the use of this product should be permitted to use the product. ,_ SAFETY LOOK FOR PRECAUTIONS. THIS SYMBOL TO IT MEANS POINT OUT "ATTENTION!!I. IMPORTANT BECOME ALERT!H YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED." PRODUCT CONGRATULATIONS on your purchase of a Sears SPECIFICATIONS Craftsman Generator. tt has been designed, engineered and manufactured to give you the best possible depend- Generator Specifications ability and performance. Shoul_you experience any problem you cannot easily remedy, please contact your nearest Sears Service Cen- RATED MAXIMUM POWER ter/Department. We have competent, well-trained tech- RATED VOLTAGE nicians and the proper tools to service or repair this unit. Please read and retain this manual. The instructions will enable you-to assemble and maintain your generator RATED MAXIMUM LOAD CURRENT prepedy. Always observe the 'SAFETY RULES." RATED FREQUENCY PHASE 4000 Watts (2.4 kW) 120/240 Volts a-c 33.3/16.7 a-c amperes 60 Hz at 3600 rpm Single Phase MODEL NUMBER 580.327060 SERIAL NUMBER DATE OF PURCHASE THE MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBERS WILL BE FOUND ON A DECAL AI-I-ACHED TO THE GENER- ATOR STATOR CAN. YOU SHOULD RECORD BOTH SERIAL NUMBER AND DATE OF PURCHASE AND KEEP IN A SAFE PLACE FOR FUTURE REFERENCE. Engine Specifications RATED HORSEPOWER DISPLACEMENT 8 at 3600 rpm 19.3 cubic inches SPARK PLUG: Type: _ Set Gap to: MAXIMUM (full tank) OPERATING TIME (hrs) Champion RJ171Mor equivalent 0.030 inch (0.76mm) full load 3/4 1/2 1t4 1,0 1.25 t.5 t.5 GASOL1NE CAPACITY 1.0 U.S. gallon OIL (1.5 U.S. pint capacity) SAE 30 Oil (SAE 10W-30) MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT A Sears Maintenance Agreement is available on this product. Contact your nearest Sears store for details. CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES • Read and observe the safety rules. NOTE: This generator is equipped with a spark arrestor muffler. The spark arrestor must be maintained ineffective working order by the owner/operator. In the State of California a spark arrestor is required by law (Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code). Other states have similar laws. Federal laws apply on federal lands. • Follow regular schedule in maintaining, caring for and. using your generator. Follow the instructions under "Maintenance" and "Storage" sections of this Owner's Manual. FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY For one year from the date of purchase, Sears will repair any defect in material or workmanship in this generator at no charge. If the generator is used for commercial or rental purposes, this warranty applies for only ninety days from the date of purchase. Warranty service isavailable byreturning to the nearest SEARS SERVICE CENTER/DEPARTMENT throughout the United States. This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which va,'y from state to state. SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO., Department 731CR-W, Sears Tower, Chicago, IL60684 TABLE OF CONTENTS

SAFETY RULES .............................. INSIDE COVER MAINTENANCE AGREEMENT ............................... 1 CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES ........................... 1 PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ................................ 1 WARRANTY ............................................................. 1 ASSEMBLY To Remove Generator from Carton ...................... 3 Paris Shipped Loose with Unit ............................. 3 Cord Sets and Connector Plugs ........................... 3 Grounding theGenerator ..................................... 3 OPERATION Know Your Generator ........................................... 4 Before Starting Engine ......................................... 5 To Start Engine .................................................... 5 Connecting Electrical Loads ................................. 6 Stopping the Engine ............................................. 6 Don't Overload the Generator .............................. 7 Wattage Reference Guide .................................... 7 MAINTENANCE General Recommendations ................................. 8 Generator Maintenance ....................................... 8 Engine Maintenance ............................................ 8-9 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS Engine Speed ...................................................... 10 Carburetor ............................................................ t0 Check Compression ............................................. I0 Check Ignition ...................................................... 11 Check Carburetion ............................................... t1 STORAGE General ................................................................ 11 Storage Instructions .............................................. 11 TROUBLESHOOTING POINTS .............................. 12 WIRING DIAGRAM .................................................. 14 REPAIR PARTS ....................................................... 15-23 PARTS ORDERING ............................. BACK COVER INDEX -A- -G- -R- -R- Air Filter ................. 8 Assembly ................ 3 -B- Battery Charging ................... 6 Safety ..................... 6 Before Starting ............ 5 Generator Maintenance ..... 8 Grounding ................ 3 Gasoline ................. 5 -L- Lubrication ............... 5, 8 -M- Replace Foam Filter ........ 8 Replace Paper Element ..... 9 Replace Foam Filter ........ 8 Replace Paper Element ..... 9 -S- Safety Rules........... inside cover Service and Adjustments Safety Rules........... inside cover Service and Adjustments Safety Rules........... inside cover Service and Adjustments Safety Rules........... inside cover Service and Adjustments Carburetor .................. 11 Carbutetion ................. 12 Checking Compression........ 12 Checking Ignition ............. 11 EngineSpeed ............... 11 Service Recommendations .. 10 Specifications ............. 1 Starting Engine ............ 5 Stopping Engine ........... 6 Storage .................. 12 Carburetor .................. 11 Carbutetion ................. 12 Checking Compression........ 12 Checking Ignition ............. 11 EngineSpeed ............... 11 Service Recommendations .. 10 Specifications ............. 1 Starting Engine ............ 5 Stopping Engine ........... 6 Storage .................. 12 Carburetor ................ 11 Check Carburetion ......... 12 Check Compression ........ 11 Check lgnitition ............ 11 Circuit Breaker ............ 7 Connecting Electrical Load... 6 Cord Sets, 120 volts ........ 3 Customer Responsibilities ... 1 -E- Agreement .................. 1 Engine ..................... 8 Generator .................. 8 Recommendations ........... 8 Spark Arrestor ............... 9 Spark Plug .................. 9 -O- Operation ................ 4-7 Overloads ................ 7 Carburetor .................. 11 Carbutetion ................. 12 Checking Compression........ 12 Checking Ignition ............. 11 EngineSpeed ............... 11 Service Recommendations .. 10 Specifications ............. 1 Starting Engine ............ 5 Stopping Engine ........... 6 Storage .................. 12 Carburetor .................. 11 Carbutetion ................. 12 Checking Compression........ 12 Checking Ignition ............. 11 EngineSpeed ............... 11 Service Recommendations .. 10 Specifications ............. 1 Starting Engine ............ 5 Stopping Engine ........... 6 Storage .................. 12 -T- -T- Troubleshooting ........... 13 -C- Engine Maintenance ................ 8 Oil Level ................... 5 Speed ..................... 11 Maintenance =p= Parts, loose in carton ....... 3 Parts, repair .............. 15-23 Carburetor .................. 11 Carbutetion ................. 12 Checking Compression........ 12 Checking Ignition ............. 11 EngineSpeed ............... 11 Service Recommendations .. 10 Specifications ............. 1 Starting Engine ............ 5 Stopping Engine ........... 6 Storage .................. 12 Carburetor .................. 11 Carbutetion ................. 12 Checking Compression........ 12 Checking Ignition ............. 11 EngineSpeed ............... 11 Service Recommendations .. 10 Specifications ............. 1 Starting Engine ............ 5 Stopping Engine ........... 6 Storage .................. 12 -W- Warranty ................. 1 Wattage Reference Guide ... 7 Wiring Diagram ............ 14 Warranty ................. 1 Wattage Reference Guide ... 7 Wiring Diagram ............ 14 2

ASSEMBLY Your a-c generator was completely assembled at the fac- 120/240 VOLTS RECEPTACLE: tory. It is ready for use after it has been properly serviced with the recommended lubricating oil and fuel. IMPORTANT: ANY A]-I-EMPT TO RUN THE ENGINE BEFORE IT HAS BEEN SERVICED WITH THE RECOM- MENDED OIL WILL RESULT INAN ENGINE FAILURE. TO REMOVE GENERATOR FROM CARTON CORD SETS AND CONNECTOR PLUGS A 240 volts, 20 amp, twistlock type mating connector plug (Fig. 2) is required when using this receptacle. A 4-wire cord set, rate 20 a-c amperes at 250 volts (or greater), is required and must be connected to the plug and to the desired load(s). To order additional connector plugs, see REPAIR PARTS section of this manual. You may also purchase plugs at a local electrical supply store, ordering NEMA type L14-20P. • Set the carton on a flat rigid surface with "THIS SIDE UP" arrows pointing upward. 4-Wtre Cord Se! • Carefully open the top flaps of shipping carton. • Remove any loose parts shipped with the unit. These are shipped in a brown manilla or plastic envelope. ° Cut that down side of comers carton at down one end flat. of shipping carton and lay Remove packing material, carton tillers, etc. O AMP Remove generator from shipping carton. N E tvIA L14-2 OHCheck carton carefully for any additional loose parts. FIG. 2 GROUNDING THE GENERATOR. 120 VOLTS DUPLEX RECEPTACLE Use only high quality, well-insulated, 3-wire grounded ex- tension cords with the generator's 120-volt "duplex" type electrical receptacles (Fig. t ). All cord sets used should be rated 125 volts at 20 a-c amps or greater for most electrical devices. Keep extension cords as short as possible, preferably less than t5 feet long to prevent voltage drop and possible overheating @of wires.The National Electrical Code requires that the frame and external electrically conductive parts of this generator be properly connected to an approved earth ground. Local electrical codes may also require proper grounding of the unit. For that purpose, a GROUNDING LUG is provided on the base of the cradle (Fig. 3). Generally, connecting a No. t2AWG (American Wire Gauge) stranded copper wire to the grounding lug and to an earth-driven copper or brass grounding rod (electrode) provides adequate protection against electrical shock. However, local codes may vary widely. Consult with a local electrician for grounding re- quirements in your area. .@ 120 V. A.C. Proper grounding of generator will help prevent electrical shock in the event of a ground fault condition in the gener- ator or in connected electrical devices. Proper grounding also helps dissipate static electricity, which often builds up in ungrounded devices. ]FIG. ! NOTE: To obtain suitable mating 120 volts, 20 amp con- nector plugs, refer to REPAIR PARTS section of this manual. Suitable connector plugs may also be purchased at a local electrical supply store by specifying National Electrical Manufacturer's Association (NEMA) 5-20P. ]FIG. 3 3

OPERATION KNOW YOUR GENERATOR READ THIS OWNER'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR GENERATOR. Compare the illustrationswith your generator, to familiarize yourseff with the locations of various controls and adjustments. Save this manual for future reference.

120/240 VO LTS RECEPTACLE 120 VOLTS RECEPTACLES FUEL TANK SPARK PLUG i STOP SWITCH .t AIR CLEANER SPARK ARRESTOR MUFFLER 120 VOLTS "DUPLEX" RECEPTACLES - May be used to supply electrical powerfor the operationof 120 volts at 20 amps a-c, single phase, 60 Hz, a-c electrical lighting, applicance, tool and motor loads. 120/240 VOLTS RECEPTACLE - May be used to supply electrical power for the operation of up to 240 volts at 20 amps a-c, single phase, 60 Hz, a-c electrical lighting, applicance, tool and motor loads. Twistlock connectors are required when using this receptacle. AIR CLEANER - Uses a dry type filter element to limit the amount of dirt and dust that gets inthe engine. Some units may be equipped with an optional, dry type pre-cleaner. FUEL TANK- Can hold one (1) U.S. gallon of gasoline. Unleaded gasoline is recommended, but regular leaded gasoline is acceptable. amount of fuel in tank. SPARK PLUG STOP SWITCH - Contact this switch with spark plug to shut down engine. SPARK ARRESTOR MUFFLER - Exhaust muffler has a spark arrestor screen. IDLE CONTROL SWITCH (not shown) -Provides automat- iccontrol of governed speed, which only runs at high speed when loads are connected. Otherwise it runs at a slower idle speed. RECOIL STARTER - (Not shown) Used for starting the engine. CHOKE (not shown) - Used when starting a cold engine. OIL FILL (not shown) - Check and maintain correct oitlevel here. 4

OPERATION BEFORE STARTING ENGINE ADD OIL: • Place generator on a level surface and remove oil fill plug (Fig. 4). Fill with Sears SAE 30 detergent oil to point indicated on oil dipstick. SAE 10W-30 oil may also beused. DO NOTUSESAE 10W-40OIL. POUR SLOWLY. Oil capacity of engine is 1.5 U.S. pints. When oil pan is full, install and tighten oil fill plug. ADD GASOLINE: Fill fuel tank with clean, fresh, UNLEADED gasoline. Leaded REGULAR grade gasoline may also be used. DO NOT USE PREMIUM GASOLINE. BE CAREFUL NOT TO OVERFILL FUEL TANK. WARNING: Experience indicates that alcohol-blended fuels (called gasohol or using ethanol or methanol) can attract moisture which leads to separation and formation of acids during storage. Acidic gas can damage the fuel system of an engine while in storage. To avoid engine problems when using gasohol,the fuel system should be emptied before storage periods of 30 days or longer. Drain the gas tank, start the engineand let itrun until thefuel lines and carburetor are empty. Usefresh fuelnext season. See STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS for additional information. Never useengine or carburetorcleaner products in the fuel tank or permanent damage may occur. TO START THE ENGINE Unplug all electrical loads from generator receptacles before starting the engine. Never start or stop the engine turned with electrical on. devices plugged into panel receptacles and Start, store and fuel the unit in a level position. Apply the choke (Fig. 5). Rotate choke lever to its FULL CHOKE POSITION. Ifengine iswarm, close the choke only part way or leave it fully open. A warm engine needs less choking than a cold engine. Check that the spark plug wire isconnected to engine spark plug. Also check that the Stop Switch next to spark plug (if so equipped) is not contacting the spark plug (Fig 6). Crank engine. Grasp the starter grip (Fig. 7) and pull slowly until you feel some resistance. Let rope return slowly. Then pull cord out with rapid full arm stroke. Let rope return slowly. Do not let rope "snap back" against starter. Repeat until engine starts. When engine starts, move the choke to "1/2 CHOKE" until engine runs smoothly, then to "NO CHOKE" posi- tion as engine Warms up. Let the engine stabilize and warm upfor a few minutes. Then plug in and turn on the desired electrical loads. FIG. 4 FULt CHOKE POSITION_, j-"_===CHOKE LEVER=_ ,,'_"_. _%= _'_// NO Cf(C'KEPOSITION ]FIG, 5 ][_[G.6 FiG. 7 NOTE: If engine "hunts" or falters after starting, apply the choke until the engine begins running smoothly. If engine continues to hunt, you may need to adjust the carburetor. See SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS on Page 10. 5 OPERATION CONNECTING ELECTRICAL LOADS • Use this generator to operate 120_240 volts, single phase, 60 Hz, a-c lighting, appliance, tool and motor loads. DO NOT connect 240 volts to the 120 volts duplex receptacles. DO NOT connect any 3-phase loads to panel recep- tacles. DO NOT connect any 50 Hz loads to the generator. Add up the rated watts of all lights, tool, appliance and motor loads you are powering at one time. This total should NOT be greater than (a) the generator's rated wattage capacity, or (b)the circuitbreaker rating of the receptacle supplyingpower. See "Don't Ovedoad the Generator" on Page 7. STOPPING THE ENGINE ZDLE CONTROL SYSTEM HG. 8 Unplug all electrical loads from the generator panel receptacles. Never start orstop the engine with electri- cal devices plugged in and turned on. Let the engine run at no-load for several minutes to stabilize erator. the internal temperatures of engine and gen- Push Stop Switch (Fig. 7) against spark plug and hold until engine has come to complete stop. AUTOMATIC IDLE CONTROL An Automatic Idle Control system provides greatly im- provedluel economy by operating the unit at its normal high governed speed only when electrical loads are plugged in and turned on. The system consists of (a) an Idle Control Circuit Board, (b) a Sensing Transformer, (c) an Electromagnet, and (d) an Idle Control Switch (Fig. 8). Idle Control Switch ON: Engine-generator runs at high governed speed only when an electrical toad is connected to the generator and turned on. When the electrical load is disconnected, an Electromagnet is energized to pull the engine throttle control against its idle stop. Engine then runs at reduced (idle) speed. Idle Control Switch OFF: The Electromagnet cannot be energized, since its power circuit is open. Engine runs at highgoverned speed (about 3600 rpm) whether load (s) are connected or not. The Idle Control System may be briefly described as fol- tows: Power voltage for Electromagnet operation isavailable to the Idle Control Circuit Board, via Wires 11D and 22. When an electrical load is not plugged in to panel receptacles, no current flows through the Sensing Transformer primary winding and no current flow is present in the Transformer secondary winding. The Idle Control Circuit Board then completes the circuitto the Electromagnet, which energizes to pull the engine throttle back against its idle stop. The .engine-gener- ator runs at idle speed. When an electrical load is plugged in, current flows through the primary windings of the Sensing Trans- former, to induce a current flow into the Transformer's secondary windings..This current flow to the load is "sensed" by the Idle Control Circuit Board, via Wires 155 and 156. Circuit board action then opens the power circuit to the Electromagnet, which de-ener- gizes. The engine governor then maintains engine speed at about 3600 rpm.

OPERATION

DON'T OVERLOAD THE GENERATOR This generator is equipped with 20-amp circuitbreakers, which protect the unit against electrical overload. Over- loading a generator in excess of itsrated wattage capacity can result in damage to the generator to connected electri- cal devices. Observe the following, to prevent overloading the unit. Add up the total wattage of all electrical devices to be connected at one time. This total should NOT be greater than the generator's wattage capacity. The rated wattage of lights can be taken from light bulbs. The rated wattage of tools, appliances and motors can usually be found on a data plate or decal affixed to the device. If the appliance, tool or motor does not give wattage, mulitply 120 volts times ampere rating to determine watts (volts x amps = watts). Some electric motors,such as induction types, require about two and a halt times more watts of power for starting than for running. This surge of power lasts only afew seconds when starting such motors. Make sure you allow for this high startingwattage when selecting electrical devies to connect to your generator. First, figure the watts needed to start the largest motor. Add to that figure the running watts of all other connected loads. The GUIDE below is provided to assist you in deter- mining how many items your generator can operate at one time.

WATTAGE REFERENCE GUIDE

RUNNING WATTS *Air Conditioner (12,000 Btu) ................................... 1700 Battery Charger (20 amp) ......................................... 500 Belt Sander (3") ........................................................ 1000 Chain Saw ................................................................ t200 Circular Saw (6-12/") ...................................... 800 to 1000 Coffee Maker ............................................................ 1000 *Compressor (1 HP) ................................................. 2000 *Compressor (3/4 HP) .............................................. 1800 *Compressor (1/2 HP) .............................................. 1400 Curling Iron ................................................................ 700 *Deep Freeze ............................................................ 500 Disc Sander (9") ....................................................... 1200 Edge Trimmer ............................................................ 500 Electric Nail Gun ...................................................... 1200 Electric Range (one element) ................................... 1500 Electric Skillet ............................. .............................. 1250 *Furnace Fan (1/3 HP) ............................................. 1200 Hair Dryer ................................................................. 1200 Hand Drill (1") ........................................................... 1100 Hand Drill (1/2") ............................................. 750 to 1000 Hand Drill (3/8") ......................................................... 500 Hand Drill (1/4") ......................................................... 250 Hedge Trimmer ......................................................... 450 Impact Wrench .......................................................... 500 *Jet Pump .................................................................. 800 RUNNING WATTS Lawn Mower ............................................................. 1200 Ught Bulb .................................................................. 100 Microwave Oven ....................................................... 700 *Milk Cooler ...................... _....................................... 1100 Oil Burner on Furnace .............................................. 300 Oil Fired Space Heater (140,000 Btu)...................... 400 Oil Fired Space Heater (85,000 Btu)........................ 225 Oil Fired Space Heater (30,000 Btu)........................ 150 *Paint Sprayer, Airless (1/3 HP) ............................... 600 Paint Sprayer, Airless (handheld) ............................ 150 Radio ................................................................. 50 to 200 *Refrigerator .............................................................. 600 Slow Cooker.............................................................. 200 *Submersible Pump (1-1/2 HP)................................ 2800 *Submersible Pump (1 HP) ...................................... 2000 *Submersible Pump (1/2 HP) ................................... 1500 Sump Pump .............................................................. 600 *Table Saw (10")......................................... 1750 to 2000 Television ......................................................... 200 to 500 Weed Trimmer .......................................................... 500 * Allow 2-1/2 times the listed watts for starting these devices.

MAINTENANCE GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS ENGINE MAINTENANCE

The Owner/Operator isresponsible for making sure that all periodic maintenance tasks are completed on a timely basis; that all discrepancies are corrected; and that the unit is kept clean and properly stored. Never operate a damaged or defective generator. Follow the recommenda- tions in the SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS chart on page 12.CAUTION: DISCONNECT SPARK PLUG WIRE FROM SPARK PLUG AND PLACE WIRE WHERE IT CANNOT COME IN CONTACT WiTH YOUR SPARK PLUG BEFORE WORKING ON YOUR GENER- ATOR. GENERATOR MAINTENANCE Generator maintenance constists of keeping the unit clean and dry. Operate and store the unit ina clean dry environ- ment where it will not be exposed to excessive dust,dirt, moisture or any corrosive vapors. Cooling air slots in the generator must not become clogged with snow, leaves,or any other foreign material. Check the cleanliness ofthe generator frequently andclean when are visible dust, on dirt, its oil, exterior moisture surface. or other foreign substances NOTE: We DO NOT recommend using a garden hose to clean generator. Water can enter the engine fuel system and cause problems. In addition, if water enters the gen- erator through cooling air slots, some of the water will be retained in voids and cracks of the rotor and stator winding insulation. Water and dirt buildup on the generator internal windings wilt eventually decrease the insulation resistance of these windings. TO CLEAN THE GENERATOR: • Use a damp cloth to wipe exterior surfaces clean. " A soft, bristle brush may be used to loosen caked on dirt, oil, etc. • A and vacuum debris. cleaner may be used to pick up loose dirt Low pressure air (not to exceed 25 psi) may be used to-blow away dirt. Inspect cooling air slots and open- ings on the generator. These openings must be kept clean and unobstructed. CAUTION: NEVER INSERTANY OBJECTORTOOL THROUGH THE AIR COOLING SLOTS, EVEN IF THE ENGINE IS NOT RUNNING. DAMAGETOTHE UNIT OR PERSONAL INJURY MAY RESULT. CHECKING OIL LEVEL Oil level should be checked prior to each use or at least every five hours of operation. See OPERATION section for more information. CHANGING OIL Change oil after first five hours of operation. Change oil every 50 hours thereafter. Ifyou are using your generator under dirty or dusty conditions, or in extremely hot weather, change oil every 25 hours of operation. Change oil while engine is still warm from running, as follows: • Remoye oildrain plug (Fig. 9) anddrain oil completely intoa suitable container. • When all oil has drained, install and tighten oil dry,in plug.Cooling Fin o,, F and Dipstick __ Drain Plugi FIG. 9 • Remove oil filler plug/dipstick. Fill engine to point indicated on oil dipstick. DO NOT fill above "FULL" mark. You will need about 1.5 pints. ° When engine sump pump isfilled to proper point, install and tighten oil tiller plug/dipstick. SERVICE AIR CLEANER Your engine will not run properly and may be damaged if you run it using a dirty air cleaner. Replace paper air cleaner element: If engine isequipped with paper type cleaner (Fig. 10) clean or replace airfilter at least once each year. Replace more often ifoperating under extremely dirty or dusty conditions DO NOT AT- TEMPT TO CLEAN OR OIL THE PAPER FILTER. Install a new paper filter as follows. • Remove WING NUT, COVER and PAPER FILTER. Discard the PAPER FILTER. • Clean inside of BASE and COVER thoroughly.

• Position new PAPER FILTER on BASE. • InstallCOVER and secure it to BASE with WING NUT. 8 REPLACE SPARK PLUG COW:- Change the spark plug every 100 hours of operationor once each year, whichever comes first. This will help your engine to start easier and run better. Set spark plug gap (Fig. 12) to 0.030 inch (0.76mm). Remove spark plug access cover to gain access to the spark plug. BASEPAPERFILTER t.030" (#6 rnrn) _,_ WINGNU" FEELER GAUGE t SPARK PLUG FIG. 10 CLEAN SPARK ARRESTOR The engine exhaustmuffler has a spark arrestor screen. The screen shouldbe inspected every 100 operating hours or once each year, whichever comes first. _k CAUTION: WORKING FLER ORENGINE ON LET IT. THE CAN CONTACTWITH MUFFLER CAUSESEVERE COOL A HOT BURNS. BEFORE MUF- i I NOTE: If you use your generator on any forest-covered, brush-covered or grass-covered unimproved land, it must have a spark arrestor. The spark arrestor must be cleaned and maintained in good condition by the owner or operator. The preceding is required by law in the State of California. Other states my have similar laws. Federal laws apply on federal lands. Clean and inspect the spark arrestor asfollows (Fig. 11) • Remove four screws, then remove the exhaust outlet pipe and itsgasket. • Clean the screen with a commercial cleaning solvent. • Inspect the screen and replace if torn, performed or screen. otherwise damaged. DO NOT USE a defective • Use Retain a new with gasket four screws. and install the exhaust outtet pipe. FIG. 12 CLEAN ENGINE Inspect the engine frequently and clean when itscooling fins are dirty. Clean the engine cooling fins. Also cleanthe air intake screen around the starter housing. EXHAUST OUTLET PIPE SCREWS (4) SCREEN FIG. 11 9 SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS Periodic Maintenance Chart PERIODI(_"MAINTENANCE INTERVAL After First EverY Every Every Once Maintenance Task 2 Hours 5 Hours 20 Hours 25 Hours Annually Other 1, Check engine oil level X 2. Change engine oil* X X 3. Replace paper filter type air cleaner** X 4. Clean & re-oil foam type air cleaner (if so equipped) X 5. Check engine spark plug X 6. Inspect spark arrestor X 7, Inspect engine-generato_ X X 8 Prepare unil for storage I ....... I t X ]0 SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS ENGINE SPEED

Engine speed was properly adjusted at the factory and should require no additional adjustment. Do not attempt to change engine speed. Ifyou believe the engine is running too fast or too slow, take your generator to.an authorized Sears Service Center for repair and adjustment. Your generator engine runs at a constant speed. This constant operating speed is maintained by a mechanical, flyweight type, fixed speed govenor. DO NOT try to adjust the governed speed setting for the following reasons: High engine speeds are dangerous and increase the risk of personal injury or damage to equipment. Low engine speeds impose a heavy load on the engine when sufficient engine power is not available and may shorten engine life. The generator will supply correct rated a-c frequency and voltage only at the proper speed. Some connected electrical devices could be damaged by incorrect fre- quency and/or voltage. CARBURETOR The engine carburetor was factory adjusted and, under most normal conditions, should require no additional ad- justment. However, some minor adjustment may be re- quired to compensate for differences in fuel, temperature, altitude, or load on the engine. NOTE: DO NOT remove the air cleaner when running engine. Operation without fully assembled air filter in- stalled may cause engine damage. INITIAL CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT: = Gently turn IDLE VALVE and NEEDLE vALVE (Fig. 14) clockwise until they just close. Valves may be damaged byturning them in too far. • Open NEEDLE VALVE one and a half turns counterclockwise. • Open IDLE VALVE one turn counterclockwise. FINAL ADJUSTMENT: • Start engine and let it warm up at least five minutes. • Turn NEEDLE VALVE in(clockwise-lean mixture) until engine starts to slow down. • Turn NEEDLE VALVE out (counterclockwise - rich mixture) past the smooth operating point. ° Turn the needle valve in (lean mixture) to midpoint between rich and lean. Rotate the THROTTLE counterclockwise and hold it against the THRO-I-FLE STOP. While holding it in this position, turn IDLE VALVE in slowly and then out slowly. Set at midpoint between rich and lean. Release THROTTLE. If engine does not accelerate properly, readjust carburetor to a richer mixture. IOLE AIR BLEED MAIN AIR BLEED SHUTTER IDLE ADJUSTMENT INLET NEEDLE AND SEAT INLET NEEDLE AND SEAT MA_N NOZZLE FLOAT _MAIN AJUSTMENT FIG. 14 CHECK COMPRESSION Remove spark plug and hold thumb over spark plug hole while cranking engine. Compression should be sufficient to push thumb off the opening. Ifcompression appears low, check for the following: • Loose cylinder head bolts. • Blown head gasket • Worn or damaged engine. Department. Contact Sears Service Contact Sears Service Contact Sears Service ]]

SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS CHECK CARBURETION if plug is dry, look for the following: Make sure gas tank is filled with clean, fresh gasoline. Make sure fuel shutoff valve is open. Make sure fuel flows freely through fuel line between tankand carburetor. Crank engine several times, then remove spark plug. If plug is wet, look for the following: • Overchoking • Rich fuel mixture • Water in fuel • Intake Valve stuck open • Leaking carburetor gaskets • Gummy or dirty carburetor • Intake valve stuck closed CHECK IGNITION Remove spark plug wire from plug and hold metal terminal end ofwire near engine metal part. Crank engine. A spark shouldjump the gap from wire to engine. If spark occurs, try a new spark plug. If no spark occurs, contact Sears Service Department. STORAGE GENERAL GENERATOR: The generator should bestarted at least once every seven days and allowed to runat least 30 minutes. If this cannot be done and you must store the unit for more than 30 days, use the following information as a guide to prepare it for storage. STORAGE INSTR UCTIONS ENGINE: • While engine is stillwarm, drainoilfrom crankcase and refillwith fresh oil. • Remove all fuel from fuel tank. Drain tank and run engine until it stopsfrom lack of fuel. IMPORTANT: 1TIS IMPORTANT TO PREVENT GUM DEPOSITS FROM FORMING tN ESSEN- TIAL FUEL SYSTEM PARTS SUCH AS THE CARBURETOR, FUEL FILTER, FUEL HOSE, OR TANK DURING STORAGE. ALSO, EXPERIENCE INDI- CATES THAT ALCOHOL BLENDED FUELS (called gasohol or using ethanol or WHICH methanol) CAN CAN FORM AI-rRACT ACIDS THAT MOISTURE SEPARATE DURING STORAGE. ACIDIC GAS CAN DAMAGE THE FUEL SYSTEM OF AN ENGINE WHILE IN STORAGE. Remove spark plug and pour about 0.5 ounce (15cc) of engine oil into cylinder. Crank engine to distribute oil. Install spark plug. Clean dirt, oil, and grease from cylinder, cylinder head, fins, blower housing, rotating screen and muffler area. • Clean the generator as outline on Page 8 ("Cleaning the Generator"). • Check that cooling air slots and openings on generator are open and unobstructed. OTHER STORAGE TIPS: • Do not store gasoline from one season to another. • Replace your gasoline can if tt starts to rust. Rust and!or dirt in your gasoline can cause problems when you use it with this unit. Do not store the generator underany plasticcover. Plastic cannot breathe, allowing condensation (moisture) to form. This condensation can cause yourgenerator to rust. NOTE: Ifyou must store the generator with fuel in thefuel tank, using a fuel additive such as STA-BIL®, or an equivalent will prevent fuel gum deposits from forming. • Store generator indean, dry area. ]2 TROUBLESHOOTING POINTS PROBLEM CAUSE CORRECTION CORRECTION No a-c output. 1.20 amp circuit breaker open. 2. Fault in generator. 3. Poor connection or defective cord set. 4. Connected device is bad. 1. Reset circuitbreaker. 1. Reset circuitbreaker. 2, Contact Sears Service Dept, 3. Check and repair, 4. Connect another device that is in good Engineruns goodat no-loadbut "bogs down" whenloads arecon-ected. 1. Short circuit in a connected electrical load. 2. Engine speed too slow. 3. Generator is overloaded. f. Disconnect shorted electrical load. f. Disconnect shorted electrical load. 2. Contact Sears Service Dept. 3. See "Don't Overload the Generator on Engine will not start or starts and runs rough. 1. Run/Stop Switch setto Stop. 2, Dirty air cleaner 3. Out of gasoline. 4. Stale gasoline. 5. Spark plug wire notconnected to sparkplug. 6. Bad spark plug. 7. Water in gasoline. 8.0verchoking. 9. Excessively rich fuel mixture. 10. Intake valve stuck open orclosed. 1 I. Engine Compression lost. 1. Set switch to RUN, 2. Clean or replace air cleaner, 3. Fill fuel tank. 4. Draingas tank; fill with fresh gasoline. 5, Connect wire to spark plug. 6. Replace spark piug, 7. Drain gas tank; fill with fresh gasoline. 8. Open choke fully E[ndcrank engine 9. Adjustcarburetor (see Page 11) 10. Contact Sears Service Deptartment 11. Contact Sears Service Department. 1. Set switch to RUN, 2. Clean or replace air cleaner, 3. Fill fuel tank. 4. Draingas tank; fill with fresh gasoline. 5, Connect wire to spark plug. 6. Replace spark piug, 7. Drain gas tank; fill with fresh gasoline. 8. Open choke fully E[ndcrank engine 9. Adjustcarburetor (see Page 11) 10. Contact Sears Service Deptartment 11. Contact Sears Service Department. Engine lacks power 1, Load is too high. 2. Dirty air filter. 1. See "Don't Overload the Generator on Page 7 2.Replaco air filter.. 1. See "Don't Overload the Generator on Page 7 2.Replaco air filter.. Engtne 'hunsts" or falters. 1. Choke is openedtoosoon. 2. Carburetoris runningtoorichortoolean. 1. Move choke to ha_way positionuntil en- gine runssmoothly. 2. Adjust carburetor. 1. Move choke to ha_way positionuntil en- gine runssmoothly. 2. Adjust carburetor. Other engine problems 4. Shorted generator circuit, Check compression, ignition,carburetion, or a-c generation. conditon. Page 7. 4, Contact Sears Service Dept. See informationin"Service and Adjustmenmts" on Page 10. See informationin"Service and Adjustmenmts" on Page 10.

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ITEM PART NO. QTY. 1 76236 1 2 75933 1 3 44624 4 4 22129 8 5 36223 4 6 33212 2 8 76220 1 9 70434 1 10 70433 1 11 70432 1 12 38150 3 13 22264 3 14 51718 2 15 22153 1 16 22473 1 17 23897 2 18 36261 2 19 70446 1 2o 77816 1 21 50923 1 22 22152 1 23 25105 2 DESCRIPTION ENGtNE-TECUMSEH 8HR CRADLE,, SEARS 4000 MOUNT, RUBBER LOCK WASHER-5/16" CAPSCREW, HEX HEAD-5i16"_18 x 3/4" CAPSCREW, HEX HEAD-5/16"-18 x 1-1/4" LONG IDLE CONTROL COIL LEVER, I/C THROTTLE BRACKET,COIL TO ENGINE BRACKE'_,I/(3COIL FLATWASHER-#8 LOCK WASHER-#8 CAPSCREW, HE)( HD.-M4.-0.70 x 10 MACHINE SCREW, ROUND HEAD-#8-32 x 1/2" FLATWASHER-#10 FLATWASHER-#10 POP RIVET,STAINLESS STEEL 1/8"x .23 GOVERNOR LEVER DECAL, CAUTION HOT MACH. SCR., PP HD. #I0-24 x 5/8" LOCK WASHER, NO. 10 SCR, ROUND HD.-MACH. WITH LOCK WASHER #6-32×1/4" 15 Drawing No. 70442 0_ 23 ,\ 2O\\ 3 16 21 13 12 7 7 \ 4 t \ 4 t '1'1 .-/03Z_>,>(..)QmZm-40(31CO 0PO "..I '1'1 .-/03Z_>,>(..)QmZm-40(31CO 0PO "..I '1'1 .-/03Z_>,>(..)QmZm-40(31CO 0PO "..I '1'1 .-/03Z_>,>(..)QmZm-40(31CO 0PO "..I '1'1 .-/03Z_>,>(..)QmZm-40(31CO 0PO "..I '1'1 .-/03Z_>,>(..)QmZm-40(31CO 0PO "..I 0mm-a,-4 0mm-a,-4 0mm-a,-4 0mm-a,-4

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ITEM PART NO. 1 24489 2 24944 3 76249 4 76460 5 68867 6 68759 7 66819 8 6.77632 9 22717-A 10 74769 11 75921 12 55869 13 76255 14 51715 15 22264 16 23365 17 75475 18 38150 19 70439 20 76278 * 43483 * 70438 21 25433 22 77818 23 77026 DESCRIPTION SCREW (TAPTITE) - No. 10-32 x 3/8" (14 REQ.) PLUG, BUTTON -- 1.25" DIAMETER (1 REQ.) PANEL, END (1 REQ.) BACK, PANEL SHROUD (1 REQ.) RECEPTACLE- 120/240 VOLTS (1 REQ.) RECEPTACLE - 120 VOLTS DUPLEX TYPE (1 REQ.) BREAKER, CIRCUIT -- 20 AMP (2 REQ.) BOARD, CIRCUIT - IDLE CONTROL (1 REQ.) GROMMET (1 REQ.) TRANSFORMER, IDLE CONTROL (1 REQ.) DECAL, SEARS 4000 (1 REQ.) SWITCH, IDLE CONTROL (t REQ.) DECAL, IDLE CONTROL (1 REQ.} NUT, HEX- M4-0.70 (8 REQ.) LOCKWASHER- No. 8 (8 REQ.} WASHER (SHAKEPROOF) - No. 8 (2 REQ.) SCREW, PAN HD.- M4-0.7 X 10ram (6REQ.) FLAT WASHER - No. 8 (4 REQ.) SCREW, PAN HD. - M4-0.7 X 20ram (2 REQ.) SHROUD, PANEL (1 REQ.) PLUG, CONNECTOR- NEMA L14-20P (1 REQ.) MANUAL (I REQ.) GROUND LUG (1 REQ.) DECAL, DANGER (1 REQ.) DECAL, NAMEPLATE (1 REQ.)

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ITEM PART NO. 1 60220-F 2 22O97 3 22129 4 43107 5 76256 6 7595O 7 28293 8 44395-H 9 22336 10 68397 11 24049 12 44943 13 A-24044-A 14 23877-D 15 25105 16 28092 17 50190 18 44357 19 44331 20 76236 21 72804 22 60706 23 52858 24 76299 25 22145 26 40976 27 77819 28 36223 29 70634 ** 70438 30 75940 31 67210-A 35 52829 36 52858 DESCRIPTION HOUSING ADAPTER (1 REQ.) LOCKWASHER - 1/4" (4 REQ.) LOCKWASHER - 5/16" (9 REQ.) CAPSCREW, HEX HEAD M8-1.25 x 25ram LONG (2 REQ.) STATOR ASSEMBLY (1REQ.) BAR, STATOR BOLT (2 REQ.) RECTIFIER BRIDGE (1 REQ.) BOLT, STATOR (4 REQ.) SCREW - 5/16"-24 X 3/4" (4 REQ.) ROTOR ASSEMBLY (1 REQ.) BEARING, ROTOR (1 REQ.) CARRIER, BEARING (1 REQ.) BRUSH (2 REQ.) HOLDER, BRUSH (1 REQ.) SCREW - No. 6-32 X 1/4" (2 REQ.) BOLT, ROTOR - 5/16"-24 X 9.25" (1 REQ.) WASHER, FAN RETAINING (1 REQ.) COVER, FAN (1 REQ.) FAN, COOLING (1 REQ.) ENGINE - 8HP. TECUMSEH (1 REQ.) MUFFLER ASSEMBLY (1 REQ.) CAPSCREW, SOCKET HD. - 5/16"-18 x 3/4" LONG (2 REQ.) NUT, LOCKING FLANGE- M8-1.2514 REQ.) SUPPORT, MUFFLER (1 REQ.) FLAT WASHER - M8 (2 REQ.) CAPSCREW, SOCKET HD. - M8-1.25 x 20ram (2 REQ.) DECAL, START/STOP (1REQ.) CAPSCREW, HEX HD.-5/16"-18 x 1/2" LONG (2 REQ.) SUPPORT, REAR ALTERNATOR (1REQ.) MANUAL, OWNER'S (1 REQ.) DECAL, SEARS (1 REQ.) DECAL, GROUND (1 REQ.) CAPSCREW, SOCKET HD. - M8-1.25 x 14mm (2 REQ.) NUT, LOCKING FLANGE - M8-1.25 (4REQ,) ** NOT SHOWN

Drawing No. 70440 19 CRAFTSMAN4-CYCLEENGINE MODEL NUMBER" 143.796202 I 56 215 6O58 II '_178 24 II MODEL end SERIAL NUMBERS HERE 7 i" .i" 213 / 196 20 CRAFTSMAN4-CYCLEENGINE Ref. No.134567899A9A9A 1o11111117181919A 2O21222324252627333435363738394O414243495O52515354555657 58596O62666667 Part No. 35385 27642 35319 27652 35326 65O561 35425 34552 34553 34554 34329A 34330A 34331A 27888 34332 34333 34334 35373A 35374 65O9O8 6.5_882 34O34 35375 33273A 650128 "35262 35376 35377 35319 30699C 307OO 65O494 29642 31845 30588A 36479 29193 35378 33369 650836 29916 29826 29216 33454 29918 65O548 30322 650832 650833 35555 35499 35554 35540 27878A 27880A 34035 Part Name Cylinder (Incl. Nos. 3, 4 Et 5) Plug, Pipe Seal, Oil Pin, Dowel Baffle, Blower housing Screw, Hex washer hd. Durlok, !/4-20 x 5/8 Crankshaft Piston, Pin 8 Ring Assy. (Incl. Nos. 9A, 10 6" 11} (Std.) Piston, Pin 8- Ring Assy. (Incl. Nos. 9A, 10 _ 1t) (.010 oversize) Piston, Pin El"Ring Assy. (Incl. Nos. 9A, 10_ 11) (.020 oversize) Piston 8 Pin Assy. (Incl. No. 10} (Std.) Piston 8 Pin Assy. (Incl. No. 10)(.010 oversize) Piston EfPin Assy. (tncl. No. 10}[.020 oversize) Ring, Piston pin retaining Ring Set, Piston (Std.) Ring Set, Piston (.010 oversize) Ring Set, Piston [.020 oversize) Rod Assy., Connecting [Incl. Nos. !8, 19 _ 19A) Dipper, Oil Bolt, Connecting rod Bolt, Connecting rod Lifter, Valve Camshaft (Mechanical Compression ReleaseJ Extension, Blower housing Screw, Hex hd. Seres, 10-24 x 1/2 Gasket, Cylinder cover Cover Assy., Cylinder (Incl. Nos. 26, 27 _ 37) Bushing, Cylinder cover Seal, Oil Rod Assy., Governor Ilncl. Nos. 34 8 35) Yoke, Governor Screw, Fil. hd. Sems, 6-40 x 5/16 Ring, Retaining Shaft, Governor Spool, Governor Washer, Flat Ring, Retaining Gear, Governor (lncl. No. 39) Bracket, Governor gear Screw, Hex washer hd. thread form- mg, 10-24 x I/2 Clamp, Governor lever Screw, Hex washer hd., !0-32 x 3/4 Locknut, Hex "Keps", 10-32 Lever, Governor Washer, E.T. Lock Screw, Hex washer hd., 8-32 x 5/16 Locknut, Hex "Keps", 8-32 Screw, Hex washer hd. Powerlok, 1/4-20 x 1-11/16 Screw, Hex washer hd. Powerlok, 1/4-20 x I-3/16 Dipstick, Oil "0" Ring Tube, Oil fill Clip, FilJtube Valve, Exhaust (Incl. No. 70) {Std.) Valve, Exhaust (InoL No. 70) (1132" oversize) Valve, Intake (Incl. No. 70) {Std.) MODEL NUMBER: 143.79620; Ref. Part No. No. 6734O36 6827882 68A 34689 6927881 7032581 7632589 78611090 7965O88O 80650881 8165O872 8235135 8365o814 96"34041A 97 34030 9934251 99A 27276 100 650691 101 650727 102 65069o 103 650694A 104 "27896A 105 28423 106 28424 t07 28425 108 35350 109 650t 28 110 30845A 111 3345O 112 30886A 114 29752 115 *33263 117 34707 118 30088A 119 650378 120 "27915A 130 33375C 140 338_ 143 6507_ 144 29747B 145 33013 146 650760 147 65O89O 148 30747 155 33267 156 28820 157 33266 158 "27272A 159 33268 160 33269A 161 65O513 168 33272.A 169 650802 170 341_ 171 62713 172 34158 173 65O561 174 650665 Part Name Valve, Intake (Incl. No. 70) (1/32" oversize) Cap, Upper valve spring SeatAssy., Intake valve Spring, Valve Cap, Lower valve spring Key, Flywheel Flywheel Washer, Lock Nut, Flywheel Stud, Solidstate mounting Solid State Assy. Screw, Torx Hex washer hd. Sems, t0-24 x 1 Gasket,Cylinderhead Head, Cylinder ResistorSpark plug (Champion RJ- 17LM or equivalent} Cover, Spark plug Washer, Flat Screw, Speciat hex hd. tapped, 5/16-18 x 1-3/4 Washer, Flat Screw Gasket, Breather Body, Breather Element,Breather Cover, Breather Tube, Breather Screw, Hex hd. Seres, 10-24 x 1/2 Bolt, Governor spring adjusting Nut, Lock Spring, Extension Nut _ Lockwasher, 1/4-28 Gasket, Carburetor Pipe, Intake Screw, Fil. hd. Sems, 1/4-28 x 1 Screw, Torx Fil. hd. Seres, 5/16-18 x 1-1/8 Gasket, Intake pipe Housing, Blower Link, Governor-to-throttle Screw, Hex hd. spinlock thread form- rag, 5/16-18 x 3/4 Screw, Hex hd. Seres,5/16-24 x 21/32 Cover, Starter hole Screw, Pan hd. taptite, 8-32 x3/8 Washer, Lock Clip, Shorting Bracket, Air cleaner Screw, Fit. hd. Seres, 10-32 x 1/2 Bracket, Air cleaner Gasket, Air cleaner Element, Air cleaner Cover, Air cleaner Nut, Wing Cover, Cylinder head Screw, Hex washer hd. taptite, 1/4-20 x 5/8 Plate, Fuel tank mounting Screw, Hex hd., 5/'16-18 x 5/8 Bracket, Fueltank Screw, Hexwasher hd. Durlok, 1/4-20 x 5/8 Screw, Hex washer hd. thread cutting, 1/4-15 x 7/8 *Indicates Parts Included in Gasket Set, Ref. No. 2!5. 2] CRAFTSMAN4"CYCLENGINE MODELNUMBER"143.796202 Ref. Part No. No. 175 176 177 178 186 194 195 196 199 210 Ref. No. 212 2t3 215 Part Part Name No. Tank, Fuel (IncL Nos. 176 8 178) 632351 Cap, Fuel tank 590633 Line, Fuel 33279G Clamp, Fuel line Gasket, Exhaust Hub, Starter Screen, Starter "Nut 8 Lockwasher, 1/4-28 Plug, Starter Decal, Instruction Part Name 34156A 35355 30705 Carburetor {Incl. No. 115) Starter, Rewind Gasket Set (Incl. items marked "1 2646O 27930A 35287 35446 RPM Setting: High Speed: 3750. 29752 *Indicates Parts Included in 35392 Gasket Set, Ref. No. 215. 34346 CARBURETOR NO, 632351 "- 14 i _-16 !Ref, No,I2345789101112131415 1617182324252628293O31 Part No, 632351 631776 631970 631778 6505O6 63O768 63O738 65O417 631812 630735 631763 *630748 *631027 *631021 631022 632019 *631024 631867 631184 631183 27110 "632239 *630740 *632281 *631028 632164 632043 631971 630739 632347 Part Name Carburetor Shaft 8 Lever Assy., Throttle Spring, Throttle return Shutter, Throttle Screw, Throttle Et Choke shutter Spring, Idle regulating screw Spring, Main adiustment screw Screw, Idle regulating Shaft Et Lever Assy., Choke Spring, Choke positioning Shutter, Choke Plug, Welch Plug, Welch Inlet Needte, Seat Et Clip Assy. (Incl. No. 13) Clip, Inlet needle Float, Carburetor Shaft, Float Bowl, Float Washer, Fiat Washer, Felt Gasket, Bowl-to-body Adjustment Screw Assy., Main [tncl. Nos. 5A, 21, 23 6" 301 "0" Ring, Adjustment screw Screw, Idle adiustment Gasket, Rowl-to-body Fitting, Fuel Spring, Choke return Seal, Dust Washer, Flat Repair Kit {IncI. items marked *) 22 12 l_f. Part No. No. Part Name

123489101112 59O633 _Ai 58O60O 590861 59O627 59O641 59O6O1 59O632 5_451A 59O629 59O387 59O634 StaRer, Rewind Pin, Spring (Inct. No. 7) We=her Spring A_y., Brake _t Dog Retainer Dog, Starter Washer Pulley Rope, Starter StaRer, Rewind Pin, Spring (Inct. No. 7) We=her Spring A_y., Brake _t Dog Retainer Dog, Starter Washer Pulley Rope, Starter Spring _ Keeper A_y. Handle Auy., Starter Housing A_y., Starter Spring _ Keeper A_y. Handle Auy., Starter Housing A_y., Starter 23

£RRFTSMRN SEA/R@ ° OWNER'S 120 VOLTS / 4000 WATT A-C MANUAL PORTABLE A-C GENERATOR MODEL NO. Each Generator has itsown model number. Each engine has its own model number. 580.327060 The model number for your generator will be found on a decal attached to the control panel shroud. The model number for the engine willbe foundon the Blower Housing of the engine adjacent to the spark plug. All parts listed herein may be ordered through Sears, Roebuck and Co. Service Centers and most Retail Stores. WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION: • PRODUCT- PORTABLE A-C GENERATOR HOW TO ORDER • MODEL NUMBER-580.327060 REPAIR PARTS • ENGINE MODEL NO.- 143.796202 • PART NUMBER • PART DESCRIPTION Your Sears merchandise has added value when you consider that Sears has service units nationwide staffed with Sears trained tech- nicians ....professional technicians specifically trained on Sears products, having the parts, tools and the equipment to ensure that we meet our pledge to you, we service what we sell. Put No. 80059 R_vision 3 (1111/90) Printed in U.S.A.


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