WARNING: Read Operator’s Manual before operating
machine. This machine can be dangerous if used
Never operate the snowthrower without all guards,
covers, shields in place.
Never direct discharge towards windows or allow
bystanders near machine while engine is
Stop the engine whenever leaving the operating
Disconnect spark plug before unclogging the
impeller housing or the discharge chute and
before making repairs or adjustments.
Moving Forward and Backward
When leaving the machine, remove the safety key.
To reduce the risk of fire, keep the machine clean
and free from spilled gas, oil, and debris.
To stop moving forward, release the traction control lever (B).
To move the snowthrower backwards, move the speed select lever into
either first or second reverse position and engage the traction control
TRACTION LOCK PINS
The right traction wheel can be completely released using the locking pin
(A, Figure 12). This allows the unit to be easily moved with the engine off.
STOP THE SNOWTHROWER
Release the auger control lever (A, Figure 10).
Release the traction control lever (B).
Push the ON/OFF switch (A, Figure 18) to the OFF position and pull
out the safety key (B).
WARNING: Never run engine indoors or in an enclosed,
poor ventilated area. Engine exhaust contains CARBON
MONOXIDE, an ODORLESS and DEADLY GAS.
Keep hands, feet, hair, and loose clothing away
from any moving parts on engine and snow
Temperature of muffler and nearby areas can
exceed 150°F (66°C). Avoid these areas.
DO NOT allow children or young teenagers to
operate or be near snowthrower while it is
Traction Lock Pins
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