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Operator's Manual
CRRFTSMRN
-12 Amp Motor
210 MPH/410 CFM
ELECTRIC BLOWER
Model No.
358.799370
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Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating
WARNING:
Instructions before first use of this product.
For answersto
questionsaboutthisproduct,
call
7am-7pm, your
Mon.-Sat.,
or 10arn-7pm, Sun.
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1-800-235-5878
Seam_Roebuck
' 530-087634 07117/98
(_"'=_'_==_')
and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 USA
Warranty Statement
Safety Rules
Assembly
Operation
Maintenance
2
2
5
8
9
Service & Adjustments
Storage'
Troubleshooting Chart
Spanish
Parts Ordedng
10
10
11
12
Back Cover
FULLTWO YEAR WARRANTY ON SEARS BEST CRAFTSMAN ELECTRICBLOWER
If this Craftsman Electdc Blower fails to perform properly due to a defectin matedai or workmanship within (2) two years from the date of purchase, Searswill repair or replace it, free of charge.
WARRANTYSERVICE 18AVAILABLEBY RETURNINGTHE CRAFTSMANELECTRIC
BLOWERTO THE NEAR.EST5EARS STOREIN THE UNITED STATES.
This warranty gives you specific legal dghts,and you may also have otherrights
which vary frOm state to state.
Sears, Roebuck ond Co. D/8:I 7WA Hoffman Estatea, IL 60179
IMPORTANT WARNINGS AND
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
• Alwaysweara raspirat0rorface mask
WARNING: When
using
when workingwith the unitindusty enelectric gardening appliances, basic
safetyprecauUonsshouldalways be followed to reduce the.risk of fire, electric
shock, and serious injury:
.Ti_.a
warnings and safety instructionsin
thinmanual must be followed to reduce
the risk of fire, electric shock, or injury,
and to providereasonab.,
is safety and efficiencyin usungthis un.it.The operatoris
responsible for follow,ng the warnings
and instructionsin this manual and on
the unit. Read the entire Operator's
Manual before assembling and using
:tile unit! Restrict the use of this unit to
Loemonswho read, understand,and follow the warnings-andinstructionsin this
manualand onthe unit.Neverailowchildran to use this unit. Close attention is
necase_arywhen used near children.
OPERATOR SAFETY
• Always wear safety glasses or similar
eye protectionwhen operating,servicing, or performing manntenance on
your unit.Weadng eye protep-tioncan
help to prevent r._ks or debns from
being blown.,or ncocheting Into eyes
and face whnchcan resultin blindness
_or
serious injury.
vironments.
• Dress safely in long pants. Do not go
barefoot or wear short pants or sandals.
• Do not operate the unit when you are
_red, i11,upset, or if you are under the
influence ofalcohol, drugs, or meducation.
, Secure hair so it is above shoulder
length. Keep loose hair, loose clothing, fingers, and all other parts of the
body away from openingsand moving
parts. Hair, jewelry, loose clothnng,or
clothing with loosely hanging straps,
ties, tassels, etc., can be caught in
moving pads.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY
• Use only a voltage supply as shown
on the nameplate of the unit.
• Avoid dangerous situations. Do not
use in presence of flammable liquivds"
orgases to avoid creating a Tireor ex
plosion and/or causing damage to
unit.
• Avoid dangerous environments. Do
not use In unventilated areas orwhere
dust or explosivevapors cad build up.
• TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRICAL SHOCK_o
not use in
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damporwatlocationsoraroundswim- • Avoid any body contactwith any
ruing pools, hot tube, etc. Do not expose to bnow, rain, or water. Do not
handle extension cord plugorunitwith
wet hands,
• To reduce the risk of elfictrioalshock,
grounded conductor, such as metal
fences, or pipes, to avoidthe poesibilityof electricshock. Don't handle plug
or unitwith wet hands.
- Do notusewith damagedcord or plug.
marked as suitable for outdoor appliancas having electrical rating not
less than
the rating
of thespecifically
unit. The
use
extension
cords
cord must be marked with the suffix
"W-A" (in Canada, "W"). Use a polarized cord. Make sure your extension
cord Is in good condition. If damaged,
have the co.rd replaced. An undersized extension cord willcause a drop
in line voltage r..asuitingin lossof power and overheating. Ifin doubt, use the
next heavier gauge. The smaller the
gauge number, the heavier the cord.
(NOTE: The correct size to be used
depending onthe cord length isshown
in this manual).
• To reduce the risk of electricalshock,
this equ'_ment has a polarized plug
been dropped, damaged, left outdoors, or dropped into water, return it
)/ouris Sears
Service
forhas
re, to
If unit
not working
as Center
it should,
pair.
Ground Fault Cimuit Interrupter
(GFCI) protectionshould be provided
on the circuit or outlet to be used for
this unit. Receptacles are available
having built-in GFCI protection and
may be usedfor this measure of safe-
(onebisdeiswiderthantheother).Th_
plug willfit only one way in a polarized
ouUetof the extensionco.rd.Ensureyou
have a polarized exten_on cord. The
plugofthe polarized extensioncord will
fd intotheoutletonlyone wayoIfthe plug
does notfit fullyinthe o_et, reversethe
plug.If itstilldoes notfit, contacta qualifiedelectricianto installproperoutlet.Do
not changethe plug in any way.
• Inspectthe insulation and connectors
on the unit and extension cord before
each use. If there is any damage, do
not use until damage is repaired by
your Sears Service Center. Do not
pull or carry by cord; do not use cord
as a handle, close a door on cord, or
pull cord around sharp edges or corners..,_eep cord away from heated
surfaces. Do not unplug by pulling on
cord. To unplug, grasp_the.plug, not
the cord.
• To reduce the possibility of the extension cord disconnecting from the unit
dudng operation, tie the extension
cord to the unitand connect as shown
in this manual.
• Don't usethe unitifthe switchdoss not
turn the uniton and off properly. Have
the unit repaired by your Sears Service Center.
• Keep the extension cord clear of operator and obstacles at all times. Do not
e_-eords
to heat, oil, 'water, or
sharp edges.
ty.
• Keep others including children, animals, bystanders, and helpers a minimumof 50 feet (15 meters)away. Stop
the motor immediately if you are approached. Do not allow the unitto be
used as a toy.
DOUBLE INSULATION
CONSTRUCTIONThis unit is Double
Insulatedto help protect against electdcshock. Double insulation construction consists of two separate "layers"
of electrical insulation instead of
grounding.Tools and appliances built
with a double insulationsystem are
not intended to he grounded. No
grounding means is provided on th_s
unit,norshould a means ofgrounding
be added to this unit. As a result, the
extension.c?rdusedwith your unitcan
be plugged into any standard 120 volt
eleotdc_ outleL Safety precautions
must .beobservedwhen operatingany
electrical tool. The double insulation
system only I?rOvidesadded protection againstinjuryresultingfrom an in.
temal electrical insulation failure.
All electrical rep.airsto this unit,including hous,ng,switch, motor, etc., must
be diagno._l and rep_,red by quailtied service personnel. Repis_.ment
parts for a double insulated appliance
must be identical to the paris they replace. A double insulated appliance is
marked with the words DOUBLEINSULATIONor DOUBLEINSULATED.The
symbol [] (square within a _uare)
may alsobe marked on .._eappl_mce.
Failure to have the unit repaired by
Sears sense personnel can cause
the double insulation constructionto
become ineffective and result in sedous injury.
UNIT/MAINTENANCE
SAFETY
• "rumoff allcontrolsandallowthemotor to stop beforedisconnectingthe
unitfromthe powersource.
• Store the unit unplugged in a high,
cool, dry, indoorarea out of the reach
of children.
• Disconnect the unit from the power
and replacement pads to avoid creatsource when not in use. Do not leave
i _g
Ucea only
recommended
attachments
hazard
an_or voi_ng
warranty.
the unitwhen it _ plugged into outlet.
Maintain me unit eccoroingto recom• Do notset th_unit downv_ile the mo- • mended procedures.
tor is running. Debds such as gravel,
• Use only for jobs explained in this
manual.
sand, dust, grass, etc., could be
BLOWER SAFETY
picked up by the air intake end thrown
out through the d_schargeopening,
• Use onlyin daylightorin good artificial
damaging the unit, property, or causlight.
.
.
ingserious injuryto bystanders or op
• Inspectthe area .beforeusing the unit.
erator.
Remove all debns and hard objects
• Do notoverreach oruse fromunstable
such .as rocks, glass, wire, etc., that
surfacessuch as ladders, trees, steep
can ncochet, be thrown, or otherwise
slopes, rooftops, etc. Use extra care
cause injun/or dama.ge.
when cleaning on stairways. Keep
• Avoid a.ccide.ntalstarting.Be sure the
firm footing and balance at all times.
switch is in the "offfpassion and keep
Keep hands out of tubes.
your har_.,and ringers away from the
• Inspectthe entire unitbeforeeach use
switchwhdeoonneoring the unitto the
for worn, loose, missing, or damaged
power source or when carrying a unit
pads. Do not use until the unit is in
connected to the .powersource.
proper worldng order.
• Never run the unit withoutthe proper
• Disconnect unit frompower source
equipmentattached. When used as a
beforeservicing, cleaning, performing
blower, always install a blower tube.
maintenance, or stonng.
Use only recommended attachments.
This unit is Double Insulated. See the
Do not use with any oponin_lblocked,
"DOUBLE INSULATION" section.
Keepfree fromdust, lint:ha=rand anyHave all internalse_ce performed by
.
thingthat
may reduceair flow.
quarrfiedservice repair personnel to
To avoid spreading fire, do not use
avoid creating a hazard or voiding
blower near leaf or brush fires, fireyour warranty,
p!aces, barbecue pits, ashtrays, etc,
• Have all maintenance other than the
• Never place objects insidethe blower
in the Operator's Manual performed
by your Sears Service Center.
. Always see your Sears Sennce Canter to replace a damaged impeller,
Pads that are chipped, cracked, brorecommended
pro_Jdures
desoribed
ken, or damaged
in any otherway
can
fly apart and cause sedous Inlury,Replace damaged pads before usingthe
und.
• Ne_'erplace anyobject inthe air intake
- -opening as this could restrict proper
• alrflowandcause_amagetotheunit.
Never dousethe unitwithwater oroth
er liquids or squirt with a water hose.
Clean with a damp s_onge and mild
soal_.,See "STORAGE;
• Check air intake openings and tubes
frequently, always with the unit
stopped and power source discon.
nected. Keep vents and tubes free
from debris which can accumulate
and restrict proper air flow.
• Do not bum, incinerate, or expose this
unitto extreme heat.
brisaway f.rompeople,animals,glass,
and solid objectssuch as trees, automobiles,walls, etc.Theforceof alrcan
cause rocks,dirt, orstickstobethrown
orto ricochetwhichcan hurtpeople or
• tubes;
always
blowing
deanimals,
breakdirect
glass,the
or cause
other
damage.
.
.
. .
Never use for sprecoing cnemmak%
fertfllzers, or any other substances
which may contain toxic materials.
VACUUM SAFETY (if applicable)
• Stop the motor and disconnect the
po.wersource before opening the air
,nletdoor or attemptingto insertor remove the vacuum tuSes. The motor
must be stopped and the impeller
blades no longer tummg to avoid serious injuryfrom the rotatingblades.
• Hard obj.e_-tscan be thrown through
the collectionbag or the housing and
become dangerous, missiles which
can cause serious injuryto the operator or others.
• When.usinp _e vacuum attachment,
the unitis designed to pickup dry material such as leaves, grass, small
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twigs,andbits ofpaper.Donot vacuum stones, gravel, metal, broken
glass,etc.,toavoidseveredama_.e
to
theimpeller.Toavoidthepossibilityof
electricalshock,donotattempttovacuumwateror otherli.q.wids.
_- --
• Never run the unit without the proper
equipment attached. When used as a
vacuum, always install vacuum tubes
and collection bag assembly. Make
sure the collection bag assembly is
completely zipped when unit is running to avoid flying debds. Use only
recommended attachments.
• Avoid situations which could set the
collection bag on rire. Do not vacuum
discardedmatches, cigars, cigarettes,
or ash from fireplaces, barbecue pits,
brush piles, etc. To avoid spreading
tire, do not use blower near leaf or
brush rims, rimplaces, barbecue pits,
ashtrays, etc.
• Always use the collection bag shoul-
der _
when vacuuming to avoid
lossof control.
• Check air intake openings, elbow
tube, and vacuumtubes frequently,always with the unit stopped and the
power source disconnected. Keep
vantsand tubesfree fromdebriswhlch
can accumulateand restrictproper air
flow. Do not use with any opening
blocked, .Keepfree from dust, lint, hmr
and anyth,ngthat may reduce air flow.
STANDARDS
This productis listed by Underwriters
Laboratorias, Inc. in accordance with
UL Standard 1017.
If situationsoccur which are not covered in th_ manual, use cam and
good judgement. If you need assistance, contact your Sears Service
Center or call 1-800-235-5878. Failure
to follow all Safety Rules and Precautions can result in sedous injury.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CARTON CONTENTS
Model 358.799370
Blower
Blower Tube
Cord Lock
Examine parts for damage. Do not use
damaged parts.
NOTE: If you need assistance or find
that parts are missing or damaged, call
1-800-235-5878.
ASSEMBLY
WARNING: If received assembled,
. repea_,all steps to ensure your unit is
propeily"-assembledand all fasteners
are secure.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS FOR
USING YOUR UNIT AS A BLOWER
NOTE: ,Assembly instructions for using
your unR as a vacuum follow this section.
ATTACHING THE BLOWER TUBE
AND NOZZLE
If you have already assembled your
unitfor use as a vacuum, remove the
vacuum tubes and the collection bag.
• Insertthe blowertube intothe blower
outieL
• Twist the blower tube cJockwiseuntil
it is firmlyseated in the blower outieL
Make sure the nozzle pointsupward.
BlowerOutlet
/
BlowerTube
ASSEMBLYINSTRUCTIONSFOR
• Locate the arrows on the upper vacUSINGYOURUNITWITHTHE
uum tube and on the vacuum inlet
OPTIONALVACUUMATTACHMENT
area of _he unit.
NOTE:Assemblyinstructions
for using
UpperVacuumTube
your unitas a blowerare explainedin
the previousses_on, ff you have already
assembledyour unitfor use as a blower,
removetheblotler tube and nozzis.
WARNING: Stop the un'_and disconnect from the power source before
opening the inlet cover or attemptingto
insert or remove the inlet restrictoror
vacuum tubes. The motor must be
stopped and the impeller blades no
longer turning to avoid serious injury
from the rotating blades.
REMOVE THE INLET RESTRICTOR
An inletrestdctoris used when using
ycur unitas a blower.This restrictoris
not useddudngvacuum .se, and must
be removedduringassemblyfor vscu-
• While holdingthe inlet cover open,
align the arrows and insertthe vacuum tube intothe opening. Twist the
tube dock'wise untilit is seated. A
second arrow on the vacuum tube
will align with the arrow on the unit
once the tube twisted completely in
place.
um use.
NOTE: Be sure to keep the inlet restrictor for using your unit as a blower.
• Open the inlet cover by insertingthe
tip of a screwdriverintothe inlet cover
latcharea, and twistingthe screwdriver
whilepulling
the inletcover open.
Align arrows on tube & unit
• Attach the lower vacuum tube to the
upper vacuum tube by aligning the
arrows on the two tubes. Press the
tubes together until the lower tube is
fully seated in the upper tube. (About
3 inches)
Bottomview
unit
• Rotate the inlet restrictorcounterclockwise, and liftout of the unit.
Upper
Lower
ATTACH THE COLLECTION BAG
Slide the opening of the collection bag
over the blower outlet. Pull the strap
with Velcro tightlythrough the budde
and secure with Velcro tabs.
Do not close the inlet door.You will
next attach the vacuum tubes.
NOTE: Make sure the strap with
Velcro is locatedon the blower outlet
as shown. Also, make sure the zipper
on the bag is completely clnsed.
Strop with Velcro
ATTACHING THE VACUUM TUBES
There are 2 vacuum tubes, an upper
and lower tube. The upper tube is cut
straighton both ends, and attaches to
the blower unit.The second tube is cut
an at angle on the lower end. This
' -._angled end will point toward the
ground duringvacuum use.
C,dlectlon
Bag
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Mower Outer
ADJUSTING THE SHOULDER
ON THE COLLECTION
BAG
STRAP
• Carefully loop the shoulder strap
through the buckle as shown in the
illustration below.
Last In
First In
• Positionthe unit on your dght-hand
side, blower outlet and bag pointing
toward the rear. Hold the unit in an
uptight position, and supportthe lower vacuum tube on the ground.
• Place the shoulder strap over your
head and onto your left shoulder.
• Adjust the strap to allow a free flow
of air from the blower. Ifthe collection
bag is kinked, the unit will not operate properly.
NOTE: The strap is designed to position
the collectionbeg on your shoulderwithout kinks. The strap is not intendedto
supportthe weight of the unit..
Shoulder strap
on leftshoulder
NOTE: If you are unable to locate the
inlet restrictor, the unit will still operate.
This restdctor improves the blower
function.
• Close the inlet cover and make sure
it is latched closed.
• Re-install the blower tubes. Refer to
the section A'R'ACHING THE BLOWER
TUBE AND NOZZLE for instructions on
how to attach these items.
EXTENSION CORD
Use only a 120 A.C. voltagesupply as
shown on nameplate of the unit.
The extension cord used to reach the
power soume must be:
• Specificallymarked as suitable for
outdoor use. The cord must be
marked with the suffix "W-A."
• Heavy enough to carry current from
the power source the full length of
extension cord to the unit. Otherwise,
lossof power and overheating can
occur causing damage to unit. Refer
to chart for minimumwire gauge recommendations. The cord must be
marked with the proper wire gauge.
(Appropriateextension cords are
available.) Do not use multiple cords.
• In good condition.Cord insulation
must be intact with no cracks or
deterioration. Plug connectors must
be undamaged.
MINIMUMWIRE GAUGE
RECOMMENDATIONS
VC)LTSi
25 FT.
120
16
A.W.G."
50 FT.
100FT.
16
A.W.G."
14A.W.G."
•American
WireG=uge
No kinks in
Allows free air
flow
HOW TO CONVERT UNIT FROM
VACUUM USE TO BLOWER USE.
• Stop unit and unplug the extension
cord.
• Remove the vacuum tubes and
collection bag.
• InslstF_irJnlet restdctorthat was removed when assembling for vacuum
use.
Secure extensioncord to unitusing
the accessory cord lock (if equipped)
or as follows:
• "Rethe power plug on the unit to the
extension cord as shown.
• Insert plug into cord socket.
Power Plug on
Unit,_
Extension
Cord
KNOW YOUR ELECTRIC BLOWER
READ THIS OPERATOR'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR
UNIT.Compare the illustrationsto your unit to familiarize yourself with the IocaUon
of the vadous cbntmis_and adjustments. Save this manual for future reference.
A_"-_.._-
On/Off
Switch
_1"_
___
R_r
Top Handle
Air Vents
H_i
OPTIONAL
VACUUM ATTACHMENT
Latch
_Ver
Blower
Collection
Bag
Tube
C__--
0
UpperVacuumTube
LowerVacuumTube
The ON/OFF SWITCH is used to actirate the motor.
The INLET COVER LATCH is used to
open and close the inlet cover.
The NOZZLE is designed to direct the
flow of air.
OPERATING
• In dusty conditions, slightly dampen
INSTRUCTIONS
OPERATING TIPS
• To reduce the dsk of hearing less
associated with sound level(s), hearing protection is required.
• To reduce the risk of injuryassociated
withcontactingrotaUngparts,stopthe
motorbefore installingor removingattachmonts. Do not opera_ v_thout
race.
• Operate power equipmentonly at reasonable bourn--notearly in the morning or late at nightwhen people might
be dbturbad. Cernplywith-timeslisted
in local ordinances.Usual recornmendationsare 9:_ a.m. to 5:_ p.m.,
Mon €though
• To reduce noise levels, limit the number of pieces of equipment used at
any one time.
• To reduce noise levels, operate power blowers at the lowestpossible
throttle speed to do the job.
• Use rakes and brooms to loosen
- debris before blowing.
surfaces or use a mister attachment
when water is available.
• Conservewater by usingpowerblowers insteadof hoses for many lawn
and gardenappr_ations,including
areas such as gutters,screens,patios,
gdlis,porches,and gardens.
• Use the full blower nozzle extension
so the air stream can work close to
the ground.
• After using blowers and other equip
ment, CLEANUP! Dispose of debris
in trash receptacles.
STOPPING YOUR UNIT
Slide the On/Off switch to the OFF
position.
STARTING YOUR UNIT
Your unit has two run positions,Low
and High. Slide the switchto one of
these positionsto turn on the unit.
WARNING: Do not use the unit without the blowertubes, or collectionbag
properlyattached to avoid flyiT1gdebris
and/or Impeller contact which can
cause sedous injury. Always wear eye
protectionto prevent rocks or debris
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frombeingblownor ricochetinginto
the eyesandfacewhichcan resultin
blindnessor sedousinjury.
USINGYOURUNITAS A BLOWER
Useyourunitas a blowerfor:.
• sweep
frcmc ewa
or
skkMa pa,
et=
• Blowinggrass clipping,s,straw, or
leaves into piles, or removingdebris
from comers, around joints, or between bdcks.
Direct air flow by directing the nozzle
down or to one side. Always work
away from solid objects such as walks,
large stones, vehicles, and fences.
Clean comers by starling in comers
end moving outward. This will help
prevent an accumulation of debris
which could fly into your face.
Be careful when working near plants.
The force of the air could damage
tender plants.
USING YOUR UNIT WITH THE
OPTIONAL VACUUM ATTACHMENT
Use your unit as a vacuum to pick up
dry matedai such as leaves, grass,
small twigs, and bits of paper.
• For best resultsdudng vacuum use,
operate your unit at high speed.
• Move slowlyback and forth over the
material as you vacuum. Avoid fom"ngthe unit intoa pie of dabds,as
this can clog the unit.
• Keep the vacuum tube about an inch
above the groundfor best results.
NOTE: If the unit becomes clogged,
stop the unitand disconnectthe extension cord. Wait untilthe impeUerhas
completelystopped tuming, then remove the vacuum tubes. Carefully
reach into the vacuum opening and
clear out the cloggeddebris.
VacuumOpera'_ng
Position
BlowerOperating
Position
- CUST.DMER RESPONSIBILITIES
CARE & MAINTENANCE
TASK
WHEN TO PERFORM
Before each use
Before each use
Check for Loose fasteners and parts
Check for damaged or worn parts
Clean unit and labels
After each use
Clean Collection Bag
Ye=ly
GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS
The warranty on this unit does not cover items that have been subjected to
operator abuse or negligence. To rece.iyef__ull
value fro.mthe warranty, the
operaT6rmust maintain unit as instructed in this manual. Vadous adjustments
will need to be made periodicallyto
property maintain your unit.
BEFORE EACH USE
CHECK FOR LOOSE
FASTENERS AND PARTS
• Inlet Cover
• BlowerTube
• Nozzle
• Vacuum Tubes (if equipped)
• CollectionBag (if equipped)
CHECK FOR DAMAGED OR
WORN PARTS
Refer replacement of damaged/wom
parts to your Seers Service Center.
• On/Off Switch- Ensure switchfunc-
tkx_spropedy
bymo_ngtheswitch
to
the Off pusilk_. Make sure motor
stope;then rsstsrt motor and cor_ue.
AFTER EACH USE
CLEAN UNIT & LABELS
• Stop the unit and disconnect the extension cord.
• Clean the unit using a damp cloth
with a mild detergenL
• Wipe off unit with a clean dry cloth.
YEARLY
CLEAN COLLECTION BAG
IMPORTANT: THE COLLECTION BAG
MUST BE PROPERLY EMPTIED.
• YOUmust properly empty and maintain the collectionbag to avoid deteriorationand obstruc_n of air flow.
• Stop the unit and disconnectthe extension cord.
• Remove the bag and empty after
each use. Do not store bag without
emptyingthe bag of all contents.
• Wash the bag once a year by turning
inside out and washing with a water
hose. Be sure to let bag dry completely before reusingthe unit.
HOW TO REMOVE AN OBJECT
FROM THE AIR INTAKE
NOTE: If the unit becomes dogged, or
an object is drawn into the air intake,
stop the unit and disconnect the extension cord. Wait untilthe impeller has
completely stopped turning, then remove the vacuum tubes. Carefutty
reach into the vacuum opening and
clear out the air intake area.
Inspect the impellerfor cracks. If
cracked or damaged, do not use the
unit. Have parts replaced by your
Sears Service Center. Do not attempt
to replace them yourself.
Prepare unit for storage at the end of
the season or if it will not be used for
30 days or more.
WARNING:
• Secure the unitbefore storing or
transporting.
• Store unitwith aftguards in place.
-Position unitso that any sharp object
cannot accidentally cause injury.
• Store unit well-out of the-reach of
children.
BLOWER STORAGE
• Diso00nect from the power source.
• Clean the entire unit.
• Open inlet cover and clean any dirt,
grass, or debris that has collected.
Inspectthe blower and all tubes.
Close end make sure the cover is
latched.
• Clean air vents and air inlet of debds.
• Store your unit and extension cord in
a well ventilated area and covered, if
possible,to prevent dust and dirt accumulation. Do not cover with plastic.
Plastic cannot breathe and may
cause condensationand eventual
rust or corrosion.
• Check entire unitfor loose screws,
nuts, and bolts. Replace any damaged, worn, or broken parts.
PARTS AVAILABLE
Vacuum Tube Set .....
530-402499
Inlet Restdctor ........
530-402045
Collection Bag .......
. 530-402533
Gutter Kit ................
71-79992
Safety Glasses .......
71-85707
Extensmn Cord .....
i'i _ 71-5702
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TROUBLESHOOTING CHART
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
:Unit fads to ,Switch in the Off position.
operate.
• Extension Cord Disconnected
• Circuit breiiker tripped, or fuse
blown
• Mechanical failure
REMEDY
• Move switchto on position.
• Reconnect extension cord.
• Reset circuitbreaker or
replace fuse.
• Contact your Sears Service
Center.
Unit
• Mechanical failure
vibrates
abnormally.
• Contact your Sears Sewice
Center
impeller will • Debris in air intake area.
not turn
freely.
° Mechanical failure
• Unplug unit Clean unit and
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