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CRAFTSMAN 358.351141 Operator's Manual

2.2 cu. in./36cc 2-cycle 14 inch guide bar 16 inch guide bar gasoline chain saw.
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IMPORTANT
MANUAL
Do Not Throw Away
S _A/RS
Operator's
Manual
@
Model No.
358.351141
358.351061
CUSTOMER
ASSISTANCE
1-800-235-5878
Mon,- Sat.7 a.m.- 7 p.m.
Sun. 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
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ARNING:
READ THE OPERATOR'S
MANUAL AND FOLLOW
ALL
WARNINGS
AND
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
FAILURE TO DO SO CAN
RESULT
IN
SERIOUS
INJURY.
CRAFTSMAN"
Always Wear Eye Protection
FTSMRN°
2.2 cu. in./36cc 2-CYCLE
14 Inch Guide Bar
16 Inch Guide Bar
GASOLINE CHAIN SAW
• Assembly
• Operation
• Customer Responsibilities
• Service and Adjustments
• Repair Parts
Sears, Roebuck and Co., Hoffman Estates, IL 60179 U.S.A.
530-083950-1-07/19/95

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  • Page 1

    IMPORTANT MANUAL Do Not Throw Away S _A/RS Operator's Manual CRAFTSMAN" Model No. 358.351141 358.351061 Always Wear Eye Protection CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE FTSMRN° 1-800-235-5878 2.2 cu. in./36cc 2-CYCLE Mon,- Sat.7 a.m.- 7 p.m. Sun. 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. 14 Inch Guide Bar...

  • 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 SETTING UP, TRANSPORTING, ADJUSTING OR MAKING REPAIRS EXCEPT CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS. BECAUSE CHAIN HIGH-SPEED WOOD-CUTTING TOOL, SPECIAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS MUST BE OBSERVED TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ACCIDENTS.

  • Page 3

    SAFETY RULES OPERATE YOUR SAW SAFELY MAINTAIN YOUR SAW IN GOOD WORKING ORDER • Do not operate a chain saw with one hand. Serious injuryto the operator, helpers, bystanders or any combina- • Have all chain saw service performed by your Sears tion of these persons may result from one-handed opera- Service Center with the exception of the items listedin the tion.A chain saw is intended for two-handed use.

  • Page 4

    SAFETY RULES MAINTAIN CONTROL Thumb On _,\] Never Reverse • Keep a good, firm grip on the saw with both hands Hand Positions when the engine Is running end don't let go, Figure Handlebar 4. A firmgdp can neutralize kickback and helpyou main- tain controlof the saw.

  • Page 5: Model Number

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

  • Page 6

    TABLE OF CONTENTS Safety Rules ..............Service and Adjustments ..........22 Product Specifications ............5 Storage ................Warranty ................Trouble Shooting Points ..........28 Accessories ............... Repair Parts ..............Operation ................Repair Parts Ordering/Service ......Back Cover Customer Responsibilities ..........17 INDEX Accessories ...............

  • Page 7

    CARTON CONTENTS 358-351141 - 14" _r_ol (Bar Oil not included) Fuel/Oil Mix Purchase Craftsman Bar and Chain Oil Separately Operator's Manual 358-351061 - 16" Bar Tool Chain Saw i oP==.i _ Fuel/Oil Mix (Bar Oil not included) Purchase Craftsman Bar...

  • Page 8: Operation

    • OPERATION KNOWYOUR CHAIN SAW (Fig, 6) READ THIS OPERATOR'S MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERATING YOUR CHAIN SAW. Compare the illustrationswith your uni_to familiarize yourselt with the locationof the various controlsand adjustments. Save thismanual for future reference. HAt,K) GUARD _ H_NDLE STARTER ROPE HANDLE...

  • Page 9: Chain Oiler

    OPERATION FAST IDLE LOCK HOWTO USE YOUR CHAIN SAW • 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 handle and depress the throttle lock- •...

  • Page 10: Bar And Chain Oil

    For maximum guide bar and chain lifo, we recommend fuel mix. See "Gasoline and oil mixture" instructions you use Craftsman chain saw bar oil if Craftsman bar oil below. is not available, you may use a good grade SAE30 oil until you are able to obtain Craftsman brand.

  • Page 11: Starting

    OPERATION STOPPING YOUR ENGINE • Move on/stop switch to the "Stop" position. • If engine does not stop, pull blue choke knob out fully. ALWAYS WEAR GLOVES; SAFETY ARNING: FOOTWEAR, SNUG-FITTING CLOTHING; AND EYE, HEARING, AND HEAD PRO- TECTION DEVICES WHEN OPERATING •...

  • Page 12

    OPERATION GENERAL OPERATION TIPS • Begin cutting with the saw chassis against the log. • Keep engine at full throttle during cutting procedure. • Cut wood only.Do not cut metal; plastics;masonry;non- • Allow the chain to cut for you; exert only light downward wood building materials;...

  • Page 13

    OPERATION TREE FELLING F"n00"O'°n } ,: I IF THE TRUNK OR MMBS ARE Rot"rING, ', ' Felling _mi.im THEY CAN FALL UNEXPECTEDLY J./... Notch _ CAUSE SERIOUS INJURY. AS YOU MAKE YOUR FELLING CUT, IF THE I>>'"-" ! ..-t=" SAW APPEARSTO BE BINDING,THETREE IS STARTING TO FALL IN THE WRONG DIREC- Bottom...

  • Page 14

    OPERATION SAFETY FELLING SAFETY DON'T PUT YOURSELF IN THESE POSITIONS Check the lean-- Check the balance-- Check the wind-- Don't cut on lean side Don't cut down wind Don't cut on weighted side WARNING DO NOT CUT: -NEAR ELECTRICAL WIRES OR BUILDINGS.

  • Page 15: Bucking

    OPERATION BUCKING BUCKING USING A SUPPORT (Fig. 15& 16) Buckingis cutting a fallen tree to the desired log size. Another log.ora stand, such as a sawhorse, may be useOas supports wnen bucking. TYPES OF CUTTING (Fig. 13) • Area A- Undercut 1/3 of the way through the log. - Finishwith an overcut.

  • Page 16: Limbing

    OPERATION PRUNING PROCEDURE PRUNING AND LIMBING • Cut I - Undercut 1/3 of the way through the limb near Pruning is removing branches from a standing tree. the trunk of the tree. Limbing is removing branches from a felled tree. •...

  • Page 17: Customer Responsibilities

    Lift up tip of guide bar to check for sag. TENED. Retighten bar clamp nuts, Figure 20. LUBRICATION CHART Adjusting Screw ,,,Turn I F,//._f Bar ClampGUidi Bar ' CRRFTSMR Bar"I[ Tool (D Craftsman chain saw bar oil Figure 20 ® Craftsman bar sprocket lube o17-...

  • Page 18: Chain Sharpening

    CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES SHARPENING CHAIN Tools required: • Flat file (Fig. 21,22, 23, 24, 25, 26 & 27) • .025 depth gauge • 4.5mm round file & file holder IMPROPER CHAIN SHARPENING TECH- ARNING NIQUES AND/OR DEPTH GAUGE MAIN- Conditions which indicate the need for chainsharpening: TENANCE WILL INCREASE THE CHANCE •...

  • Page 19: Guide Bar Maintenance

    CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES (Fig. GUIDE BAR MAINTENANCE 28 & Conditions which require guide bar maintenance: • saw cuts to one side or at an angle. • saw has to be forced through the cut. • inadequate supply of oil to the bar and chain. Check the condition of the guide bar each time the chain is sharpened.

  • Page 20: Air Filter

    CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES CHECK FOR DAMAGED/WORN PARTS REPLACE SPARK PLUG (Fig, 31) The followingdamaged/worn parts should be referred to The spark plugshould be replaced each year to ensurethe your Sears Service Center. engine starts easier and runs better. NOTE: It is normal for a small amount of oil to appear Spark Plug gap shouldbe .025".

  • Page 21: Replace Fuel Filter

    CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES REPLACE FUEL FILTER (Fig. 33, 34, & 35) The fuel filter should be replaced after each season. Never operate your saw without a fuel filter. Be careful not to damage fuel line while removing the fuel filter. • Run fuel tank dry of fuel before proceeding with this step.

  • Page 22: Chain Adjustment

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS • Install bar clamp nuts and fingertightenonly. Do not fightan (Fig_.36, 37, CHAIN REPLACEMENT 38 & anyfurther at this point. • Now proceedto the"Chain Adjustmenf'seclJon. handling chain.The chain is sharp and can cut CAUTION: Wear protective gloves when you even when it Is not moving.

  • Page 23: Starter Rope

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS • If chain is too loose, refer to "Chain Adjustment." Notch Loosen bar clamp nuts; then, turn adjusting screw 1/4 turn clockwise. Lift up tip of guide bar to check for sag. Pulley Starter Retighten bar clamp nuts. Rope Handle Pulley...

  • Page 24

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS • Pull out 10" of rope and catch rope in notchin the pul- • Reinstall fan housing by aligning the fan housing to ley. the chassis. Then while holding the fan housing • Carefully turn the pulley two complete turns clockwise, against the chassis, pull the rope handle out until you keeping the rope against the notchto wind the spring.

  • Page 25

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS CARBURETOR PRESETS (Fig. 49) Carburetor adjustment Is critical and if done improp- If your engine will not start due to suspected improper erly can permanently damage the engine as well as the carburetor. Please read all instructions and con- carburetor adjustment, the following presets may be...

  • Page 26

    SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS ADJUSTING PROCEDURE CAUTION: A CARBURETOR SETTING IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT THAT LEAN (CLOCKWISE ADJUSTMENT ON HIGH SPEED SCREW • Allow the warm engine to idle. MAXIMUM SPEED) WILL CAUSE • Adjust the Idle Speed Screw until the engine continues ENGINE DAMAGE 2-CYCLE...

  • Page 27: Storage

    CAUSE INJURYTO PASSERS BY. buretor. STORE THE UNIT OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. CRAFTSMAN 40:1 2-cycle engine oil (AIR-COOLED) is specially blended with fuel stabilizer. If you do not use GAS CHAIN SAW STORAGE INSTRUCTIONS this Sears oil, you can add a fuel stabilizer to your fuel tank.

  • Page 28: Fueling

    TROUBLE SHOOTING POINTS TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART CAUSE CORREC_ON SYMPTOM 1. Fuel _ank empty. " 1. Fill tank with correctfuel mixture Engine will not start 2. Engine flooded. 2. See "Starting Instructions." or will run only for a few seconds af- 3.

  • Page 29: Parts List

    REPAIR PARTS SEARS MODELS 358.351141 AND 358.351061 Ref. Ref. Part No. Ref. Part No. Part Description Description Description 530-038224 530-047818 530-038238 Plate - Bar Mounting Handguard Trigger - Throttle 530-069698 530-015940 Screw 530-015701 Kit Oil Pump 530-038543 530-037809 W_re - Throttle 530-037485 Handle - Starter Gear Assy...

  • Page 30

    REPAIR PARTS SEARS MODELS 358.351141 AND 358.351061 Part No. Ref. Ref. Part Description Description Description Ref. Part No. Fuel Line Kit 3 I. 530-014362 530-083950 Fuel Filter Assy Operator's Manual 530-069247 530-037793 (Small Dia) 530-037652 Air Filler - Foam Insulator - Heat Back Plate - Muffler 530-016101...

  • Page 31

    REPAIR PARTS SEARS MODELS 358.351141 AND 358.351061 Carburetor Kit #530-069703 Ref. Part No. Description 530-038318 Limiter Cap - High 530-038317 Limiter Cap - Low 530-035399 CarburetorRepair Kit (* Indicates Contents) -31 -...

  • Page 32

    CRRFTSMRN 2.2 cu, inJ36cc 2-CYCLE Operator's 14 Inch Guide Bar Manual 16 Inch Guide Bar GASOLINE CHAIN SAW Model No. 358.351141 358.351061 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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