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: IMPORTANT MANUAL

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operator, s manual

MODEL NO.358.797930-22.2cc

358.797970-22,2cc 358.796921-28.0cc 358.796982-28.0cc

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SEAR6/ CRRFTSM RNGAS POWER BLOWER_I_WARNING: Read the Operator's Ma_al and follow a!l Warnings and Safety Instructions. Failure to do so can result in serious injury.

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530-067355-2-23888

(DSears, Roebuck and Co., 1988

ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY ON CRAFTSMAN POWER BLOWER

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ForOne Yearfrom dat_ of purchase, when this Power Blower is maintained, lubricated, and tuned up according to the operating and maintenance instructions in the operator's manual, Sears will repair free of charge any defect in material or workma,_hip. This warranty excludes blower pipes, spark plug, and air cleaner; which are expendable partsand become worn during normal use. If this Power Blower is used for commercial or rental purposes, this warranty applies for only 90 days from the date of purchase. WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY CONTACTING THE NEARF__t'SEARS SF.,RVICECENTER/DEP_NT IN THE UNITED STATES. This warranty applies only while this product is in use in the United States. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO./DEPT. 698!731A/SEARS TOWER CHICACK3,I. 60684 I

TABLE OF CONTENTSWARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ......... 3 KNOW YOUR BLOWER ......................... 4 ASSEMBLY ..... " . ........................... ...... 4 ENGINE INFORMATION ........................ 5 A;Fue!ing Your Engine ......................... 5 B.Pre43peration Checks ,, .................... 6 C, Starting Instructions ........................ 6 D. Carburetor Adjustments ........................ 7 USING YOUR TOOL AS A BLOWER ............ .:., 9 A, Operating Instructions ...................... 9: ' B, Operating Tips ........................... GENERAL MAINTENANCE ..................... A. Air Filter ................................ B, Fuel Tank ............................... C. Starter Rope ............................ D. Storage ............................... E, Trouble Shooting Chart .................... ACCESSORIES ............................. REPAIR PARTS LIST ....................... QUICK REFERENCE PAGE .................. 9 10 t0 10 10 11 12 12 13-17 19

SPECIFICATIONSE'_IGINE TYPE: DISPLACEMEN]2 ......... 1 2 Cycle A!,r,Cooled 22.2cc.: M0_e1358797930 Model 358.797970 280ccModel 358.796982 Model 358,796921 ............ perating O -- 7500-8200-' MUFFLER: VELOCITY Lo Tone 135 mphModel Model t50 mphModel .Model 358.797930 358.797970 358.796982 358:796921

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Model 358797930 Model 358.797970 Operating -- 7300-7900 Model 358:796982 Model 358.796921 Idle_3800-4600-Atl ModelsIGNI_TION: : CARBURETOR: ONIOFF SWITCH: ......... Solid State ...... SPARK PLUG: ....... SPARK PLUG GAP: MODULE"AIR LUBRICATION GAP: All Position-Diaphragm Positive Toggle Switch Auto Rewind : 13.5 fl. oz.

Model 358.797930 Model 358,797970 340 cu:ft,/min.Model 358.796982 Model 358,796921CJ-8 (Cat. No. 71-36403) .025" .010"-.014" Gasoline/Oil See "Fueling MixtureYour,,E,,ngine"

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MANUFACTURED UNDER THE FOLLOWING U.S. PATENT 4,674,146; U,S. AND FOREIGN PATENTS PENDING..

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Failure to follow all Safety Rules end Precautions can result in serious injury. A. KNOW YOUR UNIT 5. Do not set the tool on any surface except a clean, hard area to start the engine or while the engine is 1. Read your Operator's Manual carefully until you running. Debrissuchas gravel,sand,dust,grass,etc. completely understand and can follow all wamings could be picked up by the air intake and thrownout and safety Instructions before operating the tool. through thedischargeopening,damagingthetool,pro2. Restrict your tool to users who understand and perty or causing serious injuryto bystandersor the follow all warnings and safety Instructions in this operator. manual. 6. Avoid dangerous environments. Do not use in B. PLAN AHEAD unventilated areasorwhereexplosive vaporsorcarbon monoxidebuildup could be present. 1. Always wear eye protection to prevent 7. Do not overreech or usefrom unstable surfacessuch rocks or debris from being blown or ricocheting intoeyesand face which can as ladders,trees,steep slopes,rooftops, etc.Keepfirm result in blindness and/or other serious footingand balanceat all times. 8. Never place objects inside the blower tubes; always injury. direct the blowing debris away from people, 2. Always wear a respirator or tacemask when animals, glass, and solid objects such as trees, working with the blower in dusty environments. automobiles, walls,etc.The force ofair can cause rocks, 3. Dress safely in long pants. Do not wear loose dirt, or sticks to be thrown or to ricochet which can hurt clothing,ewelry,shortpantsorsandals;orgo barefoot. j people or animals, break glass or cause other damage. 4. Do not operate the tool when you are tired, ill, or 9. Never place any object in the air intake opening as upset; or if you are under the influence of alcohol, this couldrestrict proper air flow and cause damage to drugs, or medication. the tool. 5. Keep children, bystanders and animais away from 10. Never run the engine without the proper equipthe work area, a minimum of 30 feet when starting ment attached. When usedas a blower, lwaysinstall a or operating the engine. a blower tube. 6. Inspect the area before starting the tool. Removeall 11. Never use for spreading or misting chemicals, ferdebris and hardor sharpobjects such as rocks, glass, tilizers or any other substances which may conwire, etc. that can ricochet, be thrown or otherwise tain toxic material. cause injury or damage during operation. 12. Use only for jobs explained in this manual. E. MAINTAIN YOUR UNIT PROPERLY C. HANDLE FUEL WITH CAUTION 1. Have all maintenance other than the recommended 1. Eliminate all sources of sparks or flame (including procedures described in the Operator's Manual smoking,open flames,or workthatcan causesparks) pe=formed by your Sears Service Center. in the areas where fuel is mixed, poured,or stored_ 2. Disconnect spark plug before performing 2. Mix and pour fuel in an outdoor area; store fuel in maintenance exceptfor carburetoradjustment. a cool, dry, well-ventitatedplece; and use an 3. Use only genuine replacement parts as recomapproved, marked container for all fuel purposes. mended by Seam to avoid creating a hazard and/or 3. Do not smoke while handling fuel or while voiding your warranty. operating the unit. 4. Check air intake openings and blower tubes fre4. Donot fillthefueltankwhiletheengine isrunning. quently, always with the engine stopped and 5, Wipe up all spills before starting the engine. spark plug disconnected. Keep vents and tubes 6. Move at least 10 feet awayfrom fuel and fueling site free of debris which can accumulate and restrict before starting the engine, proper air flow. 5. Empty the fuel tank before storing the tool. Use up D, OPERATE YOUR UNIT SAFELY fuel left in the carburetor by starting the engine and letting the engine run until it stops. 1. Stop the engine before opening the vacuum inlet door. The engine mustbe stopped and the impeller 6. Do not usa anyaccessory or attachment otherthan blades no longer turning to avoid serious injury those recommended by Sears for use with your tool. from the rotatingblades. 7. Do not store the tool or fuel in a closed area where 2. Inspect the entire tool before each use for worn, loose, missing or damaged parts. Do notuseuntilthe fuel vapors can reach sparks or an open flame from tool isin properworkingorder. hot water heaters, electric motorsor switches, fur3. Keep the outside surfaces free of oil and fuel. Races, etc. 4. Never start or run the engine inside a closed room 8. Store in a dry area out of the reach of children. or building. Breathingexhaust fumescan kill. SPECIAL NOTICE ......... ....... _ For users on U.S. Forest Land and in the states of California, Maine; _O_on and_shington. AllU.S.ForestLandand the statesofCalifornia(Public ResourcesCodes 4442 and 4443), Oregonand Washingtonrequire,bylaw,that certaininternal combustion enginasoperatedon forest, brushand/or grass-covered areas beequippedwitha sparkarrestor, aintained m in effectiveworking order,or the engine be constructed, quipped and maintained forthe prevention fire.Check with your e of stateor localauthorities regulationspertaining tothese requirements.Failuretofollow these requirementsarea violation for ofthe law.This unit is not factory-equipped with a spark arrestor. Ifthese itemsare required inyour area, ask your dealer to installPart#530-069207. 3

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A. INTRODUCTIONYour blower is a high performance tough jobs. Special Features Include: Top handle for one-handed Direct Drive operation product designed for

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Vibration-Dampened Handle Weight - 11.5 Ibs. Convenient Upright Storage NOTE: It isnormal to hear the fuel filter rattle in an empty fuel tank. Rear Assist Handle for vematile operation AvailableGutter Attachment Kit #71-79992(optional accessory) For Model 358.796982 and 358.796921, Vacuum capability is included (See accompanying manual). KEY NO. CARTON CONTENTS QTY. I Engine Assembly