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CRAFTSMAN 358.351040 Operator's Manual

2.1 cu. in./34cc 2-cycle gasoline chain saw.
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IMPORTANT
MANUAL
Do Not Throw Away
Operator's
Manual
@
Model No.
358.351040
- 14"
CUSTOMER
ASSISTANCE
1-800-235-5878
WARNING:
READ THE OPERATOR'S
MANUAL AND FOLLOW
ALL
WARNINGS
AND
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN
RESULT
iN
SERIOUS
iNJURY.
Always Wear Eye Protection
R# °
2.1 cu. in./34cc 2-CYCLE
GASOLINE CHAIN SAW
• Assembly
• Table of Contents -
• Operation
Inside Back Cover
• Customer Responsibilities
• Service and Adjustments
• Repair Parts
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
530-083667-1-02/14/95

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  • Page 1

    IMPORTANT MANUAL Do Not Throw Away Operator's Manual Model No. 358.351040 - 14" Always Wear Eye Protection CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE R# ° 1-800-235-5878 2.1 cu. in./34cc 2-CYCLE GASOLINE CHAIN SAW • Assembly • Table of Contents - • Operation Inside Back Cover •...

  • Page 2: Safety Rules

    SAFETY RULES WARNING: ALWAYS DISCONNECT SPARK PLUG WIRE AND PLACE WIRE WHERE IT CANNOT CONTACT SPARK PLUG TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL STARTING WHEN SE'n'ING UP, TRANSPORTING, ADJUSTING OR MAKING REPAIRS EXCEPT CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS. BECAUSE A CHAIN IS A HIGH-SPEED WOOD-CUt"rING TOOL, SPECIAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS...

  • Page 3: Storage

    SAFETY RULES MAINTAIN YOUR SAW IN GOOD WORKING OPERATE YOUR SAW SAFELY ORDER Have all chain saw service performed by your Sears Injury to the operator, helpers, byst._ders or any co.m- bination of these persona may resultfrom one-nanoea Service Center with the exception of the items listedin o not operate a chain saw with one hand, Serious the maintenancesectionof this manual.

  • Page 4

    SAFETY RULES MAINTAIN CONTROL Stand To Never Reverse The Left • Keep a good, firm grip on the saw with both h_a_jd_m Hand Positions Of The Saw when the engine Is running and don't let go. r'U_n 4. A firmgripcan neutralizekickbackand help yoUm_._ Bbow laincontrolot thesaw.

  • Page 5: Product Specification

    ON GAS CHAIN SAW For one year from the date of purchase, when this Craftsman Gas-Powered Chain Saw is maintained, lubricated, and tuned up according to the owner's manual, Sears will repair, free st charge, any defect in material or workmanship.

  • Page 6: Service And Adjustments

    HARDWARE CONTENTS Chain Saw FueVOil Mix ¸ (Bar Oil not included) Purchase Craftsman Bar _j._-=----- and Chain Oil Separately OperatoFsManual TOOLS REQUIRED FOR OPERATION TO REMOVE CHAIN SAW FROM CARTON • Torque Wrench (optional) - Reference torque values • Remove loose parts bag included with Chain Saw.

  • Page 7: Operation

    OPERATION KNOWYOUR CHAIN SAW (See Fig. 6) READ THIS OPERATOR'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR CHAIN SAW. Compare the illustrations with your unitto familiarize yourselfwiththe locationof the various controlsand adjustments.Save thismanual for future reference. FRONT HANDLE STARTER ROPE HANDLE ON/STOP SWITCH CHAIN...

  • Page 8

    OPERATION HOW TO USE YOUR CHAIN SAW FAST IDLE LOCK • The fast idle lock allows for faster engine speeds dur- ing starting. STOPPING YOUR ENGINE • The fast idle lock is engaged by the followingsteps: • Move on/stop switch to the "STOP" position. - Grasp the rear handleand depress the throttlelock- •...

  • Page 9

    BEFORE YOU BEGIN. CRAFTSMAN 40:1 2-cycle engine oil (AIR-COOLED) Is speciallyblended with fuel stabilizers.If you do not use this IF YOU DO NOT UNDERSTAND THE FUEL Sears oil, you san add a fuel stabilizer (such as Craftsman HANDLING SECTION DO NOT ATTEMPT No.

  • Page 10

    OPERATION STOPPING YOUR ENGINE • Move on/stop switch to the "STOP"position. • If engine does not stop, pull blue choke knob out fully. WARNING: STOP y/ll _u__Primer'_ _ ."t / ___._ Choke Po=ltlona ALWAYSWEAR GLOVES; SAFETY FOOT- -- _,_.:--, WEAR, SNUG-FR'nNG CLOTHING; AND I%' '-' I--- OJ EYE, HEARING, AND HEAD PROTECTION DEVICES WHEN OPERATING A CHAIN...

  • Page 11

    OPERATION - GENERAL TREE FELLING F=elling Direction WARNING IF THE TRUNK OR MMBS ARE ROTTING, THEY CAN FALL UNEXPECTEDLY AND Notch CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY. AS YOU MAKE YOUR FELUNG CUT, IF THE SAW APPEARS TO BE BINDING, THE TREE IS STARTING TO FALL IN THE Bottom WRONG DIRECTION.

  • Page 12

    OPERATION - GENERAL • Begin cuffingwith the saw chassis against the log. OPERATION USE/TIPS • Keep engine at full throttle dudngcuttingprocedure. • Cutwood only.Do not cut metal; plastics;masonry;non- • Allow the chain to cut for you; exert only light down- wood buildingmaterials;etc.

  • Page 13

    OPERATION SAFETY - GENERAL FELLING SAFETY DON'T PUT YOURSELF IN THESE PosmoNs 4--...- Check the lean--- Check the wind--- Check the balance-- Don't cut down wind Don't cut on lean side Don't cut on weighted side WARNING can snap and fall towan:lthe operator. Look for decay and rot.

  • Page 14: Bucking

    OI ERATION BUCKING BUCKING USING A SUPPORT (Fig. 15& 16) Anotherlogora stand,suchas a sawhorse,may be useOas Bucldngis cutting a fallen tree to the desired log size. supportswhen bucking. • Area A - Undercut I/3 of the way through the log. TYPES OF CUTTING (Fig.

  • Page 15: Pruning

    OPERATION PRUNING AND LIMBING Pruning Proeeclure Rret- Undercut1/3 ofthe waythrough the limbnear Pruning is removingbranchesfrom a standing tree. the trunk of the tree. Umblng is removingbranchesfrom a felled tree. Second - Finishwith an overcut farther outfrom the trunk untilthe limb fails. Third - Cut the remainingstump flush near trunkof LIMBING (Fig.

  • Page 16

    CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Fill in dates as you complete regular service Before Alter Every Every Yearly Service Dal 5 hrs. 25 hrs. Clean Unit and Labels P" Check for Damaged or Worn Parts Check for Loose Fasteners and Parts _"...

  • Page 17: Chain Sharpening

    • Handle Screws I s,oE I FRO VIEW I (Fig.20) GUIDE BAR LUBRICATION For maximum guide bar and chain life, we recommendyou use Craftsman chain saw bar oil. If Craftsman chain saw Cu er tter Depth Gaug "_-*£ _''-e "_ Guide Bar bar oil is not available,you may use a good gradeSAE30 oil &...

  • Page 18

    CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES • Place depth gauge tool over each cutter depth gauge. • Move on/stop switch to the =STOP"position. • Rle depth gaugewith a flat fileunUlIt is levelwlththe top • Remove bar and chain from saw. • Clean all saw dust and any otherdebris from the guide of the depth _auge tool.

  • Page 19

    CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES REPLACE SPARK PLUG (Fig. 32) REPLACE FUEL FILTER (Fig. 34, 35 & 36) The sparkplug shouldbe replacedeach year to ensurethe The fuelfilterahould be replaced aftereachssason. Never engine startseasier and runsbetter, operate your saw without a fuel tilter. Be careful not to Spark Plug gap should be .025"...

  • Page 20

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS CHAIN REPLACEMENT (Fig. 37, 38, 39 & 40) handling chain. The chain is sharp end CAUTION: Wear protective gloves when J can cut you even when it is not moving. • Move on/stop switch to the "STOP"position. •...

  • Page 21: Service And Adjustments

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS • If chain is too loose, refer to "Chain Adjustment." ,Tab Loosen bar clamp nuts;then, turn adjustingscrew 114 Pulley turn clockwise.Lift up tip of guide bar to check for sag, Starter Retighten bar clamp nuts. Rope Handle Pulley Pulley Ratchet Figure 46...

  • Page 22

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS • Pullout 10" of rope and catch rope in tab in the pulley. • Reinstallfan housing by aligning the fan housing to • Carefully turn the pulleytwo completeturnsclockwise, the chassis. Then while holding the fan housing keeping the rope against the tab to wind the spring. against the chassis, pull the rope handte out until you •...

  • Page 23

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS Carburetor adjustment Is critical and If done Improperly can permanently damage the engine as well as the carburetor. Please read all Instructions and consult the Troubleshooting section of this manual before beginning this process. If the engine does not operate according to these Instructions after repeating the adjusting steps, do not use the unit.

  • Page 24

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS ADJUSTING PROCEDURE HIGH SPEED MIXTURE ADJUSTMENT"H" IMPORTANT: DO NOT OPERATE ENGINE AT FULL IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT -'r" THROTTLE FOR PROLONGED PERIODS WHILE • Allow the warm engine to idle. MAKING HIGH SPEED ADJUSTMENTS AS DAMAGE • Adjust the Idle Speed until the engine continuesto run TO THE ENGINE CAN OCCUR.

  • Page 25

    If you do not use this SEARS oil, you can thoroughly prior to storage. Remove any dirt, sawdust, add a fuel stabilizer (such as Craftsman #33500) to your fuel tank. leaves, oil, grease, etc. Store in a clean dry area.

  • Page 26

    TROUBLE SHOOTING POINTS TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART SYMPTOM CAUSE REMEDY 1. Fill tank withcorrect fuel mixture Enginewill not start 1. Fuel tank empty. 2. See "StartingInstructions." or will run only for 2. Engine flooded. a few seconds af- 3. Spark plug not fidng. 3.

  • Page 27

    REPAIR PARTS Ref. Part No. l_No. Descdption Ref. Description Part No. Description 53O-O47439 i 530-038238 Trigger- Throttle 530-037820 Worm Gear Hate - Bar Mounting 530-015701 530-069698 530-037799 Handle - Front Kit Oil Pump 530-037809 Wire - Throttle (incl. 25-30 & 451 530-038224 Hand Guard 530-037803...

  • Page 28

    REPAIR PARTS Ref. Part No. Ref. Part No. Ref. Part Description Description Description 530-069247 Fuel Line Kit Fuel Line Kit 530-069247 530-083667 Operator's Manual (Small Dia) 530-037793 Air Filter - Foam (Small Dia) 530-016101 Nut - Carb Screw Seal - Air Box* 530-047502 Assy - Wire Hamess 530-019210...

  • Page 29

    REPAIR PARTS SEARS MODEL 358.351040 Carburetor Kit #530-069703 l_f. Part No. DeRrlpao. 530-035296 l Idle Adv. Screw Kit 530-035303 ' Metering Lever 530-035164 Fuel Pump Gasket 530-035166 Fuel Pump Diaphragm 530-035300 Fuel Inlet Screen 530-035293 Needle Spring (Low Speed) 530-O35383 Low Speed Needle-WT 324 53O-O35384 High Speed Needle-WT 324...

  • Page 30

    NOTES -30-...

  • Page 31: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Safety Rules..............Storage................25 Product Specification............5 Trouble Shooting............26 Warranty ................Repair Parts........Operation ................ Accessories............Customer Responsibilities ..........16 Repair Parts Ordering/Service ........32 Service and Adjustments..........20 INDEX Accessories..............KnowYour Chain Saw ............. 7 Air Filter.................

  • Page 32

    CRRFTSMRN 2.1 cu. in./34cc 2-CYCLE Operator's GASOLINE CHAIN SAW Manual Model No. 358.351040 - 14" Each Gasoline Chain Saw has its own model number. The model number for your unit will be found on a decal attached to the unit. IF YOU NEED REPAIR All parts listedherein may be ordered through Sears, Roebuck and SERVICE OR PARTS:...

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