The Suja Global Earth Auger is the perfect tool for quickly and effortlessly boring into the ground to set the likes of Fence Posts, Trees, Poles, Shrubs, etc. It utilizes a powerful yet efficient 33cc 2 Stroke Petrol Engine and has a 1.3-liter fuel tank allowing you to drill longer between refills. Anyone can use it. It’s much easier to use. . You can always call us at any time for help
|Power type||Single Cylinder, Two-stroke, Air-cooling|
|Rated output power||1.4kw|
|Drive model||Gear drive|
|Fuel mixture ratio||25:1(Gasoline 25 : Two-cycle Oil 1)|
|Drill||6 inch round 32-inch depth|
|Module of gear||1.85|
WARNINGS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Accurate, safe and effective use of this unit is the operator’s
*Read and follow all safety instructions,
*Carefully follow all assembly instructions.
*Maintain the unit according to directions and schedule included in this operator’s manual.
* Ensure that anyone who uses the unit is familiar with and understands all controls and safety precautions.
READ THE ENTIRE OPERATING AND MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THIS PRODUCT AND THE INSTRUCTIONS FOR THE EQUIPMENT THIS ENGINE POWERS. FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. OPERATE THE ENGINE ACCORDING TO THE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS CONTAINED HERE AND INSERTED IT THROUGHOUT THE
IMPORTANT SAFETY PRECAUTIONS:
*Do not carry the unit between holes with the engine running.
*The auger should not rotate when the engine is idling. If
*it does rotate when engine is idling, contact an Eskimo-authorized service center for instructions.
*Always keep hands, feet, hair and loose clothing away from any moving parts on engine and auger.
*Do not allow children to operate this unit! Do not allow adults to operate the unit without proper instruction.
*Do not operate any power equipment under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
*Keep all screws, nuts and bolts tight.
*Engine should be turned off and cool, spark plug wire must be removed from spark plug before any repairs are attempted.
*Temperature of muffler and nearby areas may exceed 150° F (65° C). Avoid these areas.
* Never run engine indoors or in an enclosed area. Engine ex-haust contains carbon monoxide, an odorless and deadly gas.
*If the auger becomes unburnable in a hole, turn engine off and allow to cool before attempting to remove it manually.
ENGINE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Preventing Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
*Never try to ventilate engine exhaust indoors. Carbon monoxide can reach dangerous levels very quickly. Never run engine outdoors where exhaust fumes may be pulled into a building.
Never run the engine outdoors in a poorly ventilated area where the exhaust fumes may be trapped and not easily taken away. (Examples include: in a large hole or areas that are covered by snowdrifts.)
Never run the engine in an enclosed or partially enclosed area. (Examples include: buildings that are enclosed on one or more sides, inside shelters, garages or basements.) Always run the engine with the exhaust and muffler pointed in the direction away from the operator. Never point the exhaust muffler towards anyone. People should always be many feet away from the operation of the
engine and its attachments. Do not change the engine governor settings or over-speed the engine. Stay away from rotating parts. Place protective covers over rotating parts. Do not use engine-around dry brush, cloth rags, or other flammable materials. And other hot engine parts. Always run the engine with fuel cap properly installed on the engine.
Never smoke while refilling engine fuel tank. Do not store engine with fuel in fuel tank indoors. Fuel and
fuel vapors are highly explosive. During storage, tightly screw down fuel cap. Never pour fuel from engine fuel tank Never siphon fuel by mouth to drain fuel tank.
Always have an adult fill the fuel tank and never allow children to fill the engine. Never allow an adult or anyone under the influence of drugs or alcohol to fill engine. When storing gasoline or equipment with fuel in the tank, store away from furnaces, stoves, water heaters or other appliances that have a pilot light or other ignition source because they can ignite gasoline vapors. Never operate the engine without the muffler guard in place. Always make sure the exhaust pipe is free of foreign ob-jects. The engine exhaust becomes very hot during operation Keep engine at least three feet away from buildings and other equipment during operation. Wear appropriate clothing such as a long-sleeved shirt or jacket. Also wear long trousers or slacks. Do not wear open shoes, and never operate the machine with bare feet. Do not wear loose clothing or Jewelry. They can get caught in
moving parts. Always keep hands, feet, hair and loose clothing away from any moving parts on the engine and machine. Gasoline Fires and Handling Fuel Safely Use extra care in handling gasoline and other fuels. They are flammable and vapors are explosive. Never fill your fuel tank with fuel indoors. (Examples include: basement, garage, barn, shed, house, porch, ice shelter, etc.)
When storing extra fuel be sure that it is in an appropriate container and away from any fire hazards.
Always fill fuel tank outside in a well-ventilated area. Never fill your fuel tank with fuel indoors. (Examples include: basement, garage, barn, shed, house, porch, etc.) Never fill tank near appliances with pilot lights, heaters, or other ignition sources. If the fuel has to be drained, this should be
done outdoors and with the proper equipment. Do not pour fuel from the fuel tank. The drained fuel should be stored in a
container specifically designed for fucl storage or it should be disposed of carefully. Never remove the fuel cap or add fuel with the engine running. Stop engine and allow to cool before removing the
fuel cap/and or refilling the engine. Do not smoke near or while handling engine fuel. Never drain fuel from the engine in an enclosed area. Always wipe up excess (spilled) fucl from engine before Starting. Clean up spilled fuel immediately. If fuel is spilled, do not start the engine but move product and fuel container away from the area. Clean up spilled fuel and allow to evaporate and dry after wiping and before starting. Allow fuel fumes/vapors to escape from the area before starting engine. Test the fuel cap for proper installation before starting and using engine.
DO NOT ALTER/MODIFY ENGINE:
NEVER ALTER OR MODIFY THE ENGINE FROM THE FACTORY. SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH MAY OCCUR JE
ENGINE IS MODIFIED OR ALTERED.
WHEN WORKING ON OR REPLACING PARTS FOR THE ENGINE OR PRODUCT, YOU MUST ALWAYS DISCONNECT SPARK PLUG WIRE FROM THE SPARK PLUG AND KEEP IT AWAY FROM THE SPARK PLUG.
ALWAYS WEAR HEARING PROTECTION WHILE OPERATING ENGINE.
PLEASE DO NOT START YOUR ICE AUGER UNTIL YOU HAVE READ THE PREVIOUS SECTION OF THIS MANU- AL. IF YOU HAVE READ THESE, FOLLOW THE STEPS ON THE NEXT PAGE TO START YOUR ICE AUGER.
NEVER STORE THE ENGINE WITH GAS IN THE TANK INDOORS. FUEL AND FUEL VAPORS ARE HIGHLY FLAMMABLE.
NEVER MIX FUEL AND OIL DIRECTLY IN THE ENGINE GAS TANK. USE ONLY NON-METAL, PORTABLE FUEL
CONTAINERS APPROVED BY THE UNDERWRITER’SLABORATORY (U.L.) OR THE AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR
TESTING & MATERIALS (ASTM). HANDLING AND FILLING THE ENGINE WITH FUELMUST ALWAYS BE DONE BY AN ADULT. ALWAYS HANDLE FUEL IN A WELL-VENTILATED AREA, OUTDOORS, AWAY FROM FLAMES OR SPARKS.
BURNS AND FIRES
The muffler, muffler guard and other parts of the engine become extremely hot during the operation of the engine. These parts remain extremely hot after the engine has stopped Prevention of Burns and Fires
- Never remove the muffler guard from the engine. Never touch the muffler guard because it is extremely hot and will cause severe burns.
- Never touch parts of the engine that become hot after operation
- Always keep materials and debris away from muffler guards and other hot parts of the engine to avoid fires.
Always stop the engine whenever you leave the equipment, before cleaning, repairing or inspecting the unit. Engine should be turned off and cool, spark plug wire must be removed from spark plug before any repairs or adjustments are attempted. Never make adjustments or repairs with the engine (motor) running. Disconnect the spark plug wire, and keep the wire away from the plug to prevent accidental starting Always wear eye protection when you make adjustments or repairs. Keep all nuts and bolts tight and keep equipment in good condition. Never tamper with safety devices. Check their proper
Never operate the engine without the muffler guard in Always make sure the exhaust pipe is free of foreign objects, the engine exhaust becomes very hot during operation. Keep the engine at least three feet away from buildings and other equipment during operation. Wear appropriate clothing such as a long-sleeved shirt or jacket. Also wear long trousers or slacks. Do not wear open shoes, and never operate the machine with bare feet. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry. They can get caught in moving parts. Always keep hands, feet, hair and lose clothing away from any moving parts on engine and machine, when servicing or repairing the engine, do not tip the engine over or up unless specifically instructed to do so in this manual Service and repair procedures can be done with the engine in an upright position. Some procedures will be easier if the engine is lifted on a raised platform or working surface. To reduce fire hazards, keep the engine free of debris build-up. Clean up oil or fuel spillage. Allow engine to cool before
Storing Stop and inspect the equipment if you strike an object. Repair, if necessary, before restarting, Clean and replace safety and instruction decals as necessary. To guard against engine over-heating, always have the engine debris filter mounted and clean. Inspect engine before storage. When not in use, disconnect spark plug lead and store indoors in a dry place locked or otherwise inaccessible to children. Use only original equipment parts.
Gasoline Fires and Handling Fuel Safely
Use extra care in handling gasoline and other fuels. They are flammable and vapors are explosive.
Never fill your fuel tank with fuel indoors. (Examples include: basement, garage, barn, shed, house, porch, ice shelter, etc.) When storing extra fuel be sure that it is in an appropriate container and away from any fire hazards. Always fill the fuel tank outside in a well-ventilated area. Never fill your fuel tank with fuel indoors. (Examples include: basement, garage, barn, shed, house, porch, etc.) Never fill tank near appliances with pilot lights, heaters, or other ignition sources. If the fuel has to be drained, this should be done outdoors and with the proper equipment. Do not pour fuel from the fuel tank. The drained fuel should be stored in a container specifically designed for fuel storage or it should be disposed of carefully. Never remove the fuel cap or add fuel with the engine running. Stop the engine and allow to cool before removing the fuel cap/and or refilling the engine. Do not smoke near or while handling engine fuel. Never drain fuel from the engine in an enclosed area. Always wipe up excess (spilled) fuel from the engine before
starting. Clean up spilled fuel immediately. If fuel is spilled, do not start the engine but move the product and fuel container away from the area. Clean up spilled fuel and allow to evaporate and dry after wiping and before starting. Allow fuel fumes/vapors to escape from the area before starting the engine. Test the fuel cap for proper installation before starting and using the engine.
STEPS FOR WORKING ON ENGINE OR AUGER
- Turn off the engine switch.
- Disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug.
- Securely place the disconnected spark plug wire away from
the spark plug and any metal parts. This must always be done
or arcing may occur between spark plug wire and metal parts.
- Replace or repair the part on the engine or auger.
- Check all parts that were repaired, or removed during repair, that they are secure and fit correctly.
NOTE: All repair parts must come from the factory. Never replace parts that are not specifically designed for the engine or auger.
- Reconnect spark plug wire to the spark plug.
PREPARING ENGINE FOR STARTING
Before starting your unit, make sure the black throttle cable housing is seated all the way into the brass ferrule at the engine side of the cable.
GAS AND OIL
To operate the engine, we recommend using Viper brand 2-cycle oil (P/N 300400) to ensure that the engine operates correctly throughout the life of the engine. Viper brand 2-cycle oil has fuel stabilizer additive which helps to prevent gasoline from oxidizing and gumming up the carburetor when the unit is not
|THIS ENGINE USES A GAS/OIL MIXTURE.DO NOT RUNON|
A IMPORTANTSTRAIGHT GAS ONLY, ENGINE DAMAGE WILL RESULT
IN USE FOR LONG PERIODS OF TIME. USE UNLEADED REGULAR GAS ONLY.IT IS BEST TO USE PREMIUM GASOLINE THAT HAS NO ETHANOL CONTENT
Run ice auger with a 50:1 ratio.
|1 gallon||2.5 ounces||50.1|
|2 gallons||5 ounces||50.1|
|5 gallons||13 ounces||50.1|
MIXING FUEL AND FILLING FUEL TANK
- Fuel must be mixed in a container outside in a well-ventilated area.
- Fill certified fuel container 1/4 full of recommended fuel
- Add the recommended amount of 2 cycle oil with fuel stabilizer.
- Screw container cap on straight and tight.
- Shake the container to mix fuel and oil.
- Wipe away any spilled fuel or oil and allow to evaporate before moving or transporting.
Filling Fuel Tank
- Shut-off the engine and allow the engine to completely cool before refilling the fuel tank.
- Move to a well-ventilated area, outdoors, away from flames and sparks.
- Clean debris from the area around the fuel cap.
- Loosen fuel cap slowly. Place the cap on a clean, dry surface.
- Carefully add fuel without spilling.
- Do not fill the fuel tank completely full, allow space for the fuel to expand.
- Immediately replace the fuel cap and tighten. Wipe off spilled
fuel and allow to dry before starting the engine.
- The clutch will transfer maximum power after about two hours of normal operation. During this break-in, period clutch slippage may occur. The clutch should be kept free of oil or other moisture for efficient operation.
- Drill holes without placing body weight on the unit. The auger operates most efficiently with a shaving action caused by the weight of the unit itself.
- Never run the engine indoors. Exhaust fumes are deadly.
- To attach the auger to the powerhead, in the event this has not been done, align the hole at top of the shaft with the output shaft hole, insert the bolt, and secure bolt with the provided Allen wrench.
NOTE: The ends of the bolt should be flush with the auger collar. Bolt head and thread end should never go beyond ice collar.
Cold Engine Start:
Starting engine for the first time or after the engine has cooled off or
after running out of fuel.
- Move choke lever to RUN or OFF position.
NOTE: Choke must be in the RUN or OFF position when pushing or using the primer bulb.
- Prime unit until the primer tube is filled with gas.
NOTE: When using the primer bulb, allow the bulb to return
completely to its original position between pushes,
- Move choke lever to CHOKE or ON position.
NOTE: CHOKE position is defined by moving the choke lever as far to the ON position as possible.
- Push engine switch to the ON position
NOTE: If operating the 71cc, press the compression release
button before moving onto the following step.
- Grasp starter handles with the left hand and pull out slowly until there is tension as you pull. Without letting the starter handle retract, pull the rope with a rapid full arm stroke. Let it return to its original position very slowly until the engine fires or runs, engage the throttle. When attempting to start, DO
NOT allow the recoil to retract on its own, as it may snap back quickly and cause injury. Repeat this step every time the starter rope is pulled, NOTE: If the engine fails to start after 5-6 pulls, push primer 1 time and pull starter rope again.
- After the engine starts running, move the choke lever to the HALF CHOKE position until the unit runs smoothly.
NOTE: HALF CHOKE is defined when the choke lever is between CHOKE and RUN or ON and OFF.
- Move choke lever to RUN or OFF position and move throttle to the desired speed.
NOTE: Run at full throttle when possible. Do not let the unit idle for extended periods of time.
- To stop the engine, push the engine switch to the OFF position.
Warm Engine Start:
- Move choke lever to CHOKE or ON position.
NOTE: CHOKE position is defined by moving the choke lever as far to the ON position as possible.
- Continue with Step 5 of Cold Engine Starting
|AVOID INJURY MAKE SURE THE UNIT IS IN A STABLE POSITION BEFORE PULLING THE STARTER HANDLE. AVOID INJURY! WHEN THE UNIT STARTS TO FIRE OR RUN, RELEASE THE THROTTLE CONTROL MOMENTARY- ILY WITH YOUR RIGHT HAND AND RETURN YOUR LEFT HAND TO THE HANDLEBAR POSITION TO MAINTAIN CONTROL AND STABILITY OF THE UNIT WITH BOTH HANDS.|
|AVOID INJURY! ALWAYS HANDLE FUEL IN A WELL-VENTILATED AREA, OUTDOORS, AWAY FROM FLAMES OR SPARKS,|
AVOID INJURY! DO NOT START ENGINE IF FUEL IS SPILLED. WIPE OFF EXCESS FUEL AND ALLOW TO DRY. REMOVE ENGINE FROM AREA TO AVOID SPARKS.
AVOID INJURY! IF AUGER IS MOUNTED TO ENGINE, ALL SAFETY GUARDS MUST BE SECURELY FASTENED TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY.
AVOID INJURY! STARTER ROPE CAN CAUSE AN UNANTICIPATED JERK TOWARDS ENGINE. PLEASE FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS TO AVOID INJURY.
AVOID INJURY! IF ENGINE FAILS TO START AFTER TRYING STARTING PROCEDURES, CONTACT YOUR DEALER
AVOID INJURY! NEVER LEAVE ENGINE RUNNING WHILE UNATTENDED. TURN OFF AFTER EVERY USE.
AVOID INJURY! NEVER CARRY POWERHEAD AND AU-GER BETWEEN HOLES WHILE ENGINE IS RUNNING.
|AVOID INJURY! DO NOT START ENGINE IF FUEL IS SPILLED. WIPE OFF EXCESS FUEL AND ALLOW TO DRY.|
REMOVE ENGINE FROM AREA TO AVOID SPARKS. AVOID INJURY! IF AUGER IS MOUNTED TO ENGINE,
ALL SAFETY GUARDS MUST BE SECURELY FASTENED TO AVOID SERIOUS INJURY. AVOID INJURY! STARTER ROPE CAN CAUSE AN UNANTICIPATED JERK TOWARDS ENGINE. PLEASE FOLLOW
INSTRUCTIONS TO AVOID INJURY. AVOID INJURY! IF ENGINE FAILS TO START AFTER TRY-
ING STARTING PROCEDURES, CONTACT YOUR DEALER AVOID INJURY! NEVER LEAVE ENGINE RUNNING
WHILE UNATTENDED. TURN OFF AFTER EVERY USE. AVOID INJURY! NEVER CARRY POWERHEAD AND AUGER BETWEEN HOLES WHILE ENGINE IS RUNNING.
MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
- The gear case has 4 oz of lithium grease installed at the factory. It is recommended that once a year the gear case be split and the grease level checked. Add grease only if the level of grease is below top of the gears. DO NOT OVERFILL.
- Keep all screws, nuts, and bolts tight.
- For cold weather operation store the unit in a cool environ-
|AVOID INJURY! DO NOT ATTEMPT TO START THE ENGINE USING STARTING FLUID.|
AVOID INJURY! DO NOT SPRAY FLAMMABLE LIQUIDS OR VAPORS INTO AIR CLEANER, CARBURETOR OR SPARK PLUG CHAMBER.
AVOID INJURY! DO NOT REMOVE SPARK PLUG AND PULL STARTER ROPE. FLAMMABLE FUEL CAN SPRAY OUT & IGNITE FROM A SPARK FROM SPARK PLUG.
|TO PREVENT ACCIDENTAL STARTING: AVOID INJURY! ENGINE MUST BE TURNED OFF AND|
COOL, AND SPARK PLUG WIRE MUST BE REMOVED FROM SPARK PLUG BEFORE CHECKING AND ADJUST- ING ENGINE OR EQUIPMENT.
AVOID INJURY! TEMPERATURE OF MUFFLER AND NEARBY AREAS MAY EXCEED 150° F (65° C). AVOID
AVOID INJURY! CHECK AUGER OFTEN FOR LOOSE NUTS AND BOLTS. KEEP THESE ITEMS TIGHTENED.
AVOID INJURY! NEVER STORE ENGINE WITH FUEL IN THE TANK INSIDE A BUILDING. POTENTIAL SPARKS MAY BE PRESENT FOR IGNITION OF FUEL AND FUEL VAPORS.
AVOID INJURY! AN ADULT MUST ALWAYS DO MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ON ENGINE AND AUGER.
AVOID INJURY! ENGINE MUST BE SHUT-OFF, COOL, AND SPARK PLUG WIRE REMOVED BEFORE ANY REPAIR OR
MAINTENANCE CAN BE DONE.
- Always replace blade protector when power auger is not in use.
- If blade performance decreases, turn the unit off and disconnect the spark plug wire. Carefully inspect the cutting edge of blades for any nicks or shiny areas. If blades show any of these signs, they
need to be resharpened or replaced.
Please read the maintenance schedule and observe these recommendations to extend the life of your engine. Good maintenance is essential for safe, economical, and trout-ble-free operation. It will also help reduce air pollution. To help
you properly care for your engine, the following pages include a maintenance schedule, routine inspection procedures, and simple maintenance procedures using basic hand tools. Other service tasks that are more difficult, or require special
tools, are best handled by professionals and are normally performed by a technician or other qualified mechanic Maintenance, replacement or repair of the emissions con- trol devices and systems may be performed by any non-road engine repair establishment or individuals. However, all authorized warranty repairs must be handled by an authorized service center. The maintenance schedule applies to normal operating conditions. If you operate your engine under unusual conditions, such as sustained high-load or high-temperature operation, or use in unusually wet or dusty conditions, consult your servicing dealer for recommendations applicable to your individual needs and use.
Cooling fans, inlets, and linkages must be free from any debris before each use.
Never run the engine without air cleaner properly installed. Added
wear and engine failure may occur if the air cleaner is not installed
Steps for Cleaning Air Filter
- Wash in warm water with mild soap until dirt and debris are removed. Press filter when washing, do not twist.
- Rinse in warm water until soap and dirt are removed.
- Dry filter by wrapping in a clean cloth and pressing the filter until it is dry.
- Attach the filter and air cleaner cover to the engine,
|AVOID INJURY! TO AVOID INJURY OR DEATH, NEVER SIPHON FUEL BY MOUTH.|
AVOID INJURY! NEVER STORE ICE AUGER WITH FUEL IN THE GAS TANK INSIDE AN ENCLOSED AREA OR BUILDING
The recommended spark plug is NGK BM6A. (33cc, 43cc, and 51 cc engines) or NGK BPMR7A
- Check spark plug every 50 operating hours.
- Disconnect the spark plug cap, and clean any debris from around the spark plug area.
- Remove the spark plug and replace if any of the following occur; pitted electrodes, burned electrodes, cracked porcelain, or deposits around electrodes.
- After analysis, seat sparks plug and tighten with spark plug wrench. Reinstall original spark plug, tighten additional 1/2 turn. Installing new spark plug, adjust spark plug gap to.028″ and tighten additional 1/8 – 1/4 turn.
NOTE: A loose spark plug may overheat and damage the engine. An overtightened spark plug may damage threads in the cylinder head.
TRANSPORTING YOUR EARTH AUGER
- Never transport engine inside an enclosed space or vehicle Fuel or fuel vapors may ignite causing serious injury or death.
- If fuel is present in the fuel tank, transport in an open vehicle in an upright position with the gas cap facing upwards.
- If an enclosed vehicle must be used, remove gas into an approved red fuel container. DO NOT siphon by mouth.
- Run engine to use up the fuel in the carburetor and fuel tank Always run engine in a well-ventilated area.
- Wipe away any spilled fuel from the engine and earth auger. Allow drying.
. If your augerwillnotbe ran for more than one month, prepare it for long-term storage. Steps for Long Term Storage
- Add fuel stabilizer according to manufacturer’s instructions.
- Run the engine for 10-15 minutes to ensure that the stabilizer reaches the carburetor.
- Remove the remainder of the fuel from the gas tank into an approved fuel container.
- Remove the auger from the powerhead and apply a thin layer of grease to the output shaft.
- Store auger and powerhead (engine) in a vertical position.
- Remove all debris from the auger and powerhead (engine).
- Attach blade protector to bottom of the auger.
SERVICE, TROUBLESHOOTING, AND REPAIR
The guide will help you pinpoint the causes of common problems
and identify remedies For more complicated repairs, you may want to rely on your
retailer or an authorized repair center (contact your retailer for a list of authorized mechanics in your area). We will always be glad to answer any questions you have, or
help you find suitable assistance. To order parts or inquire about the warranty, call
ICE POINT REPLACEMENT (SEE FIGURE 1 ABOVE)
- Remove blade protector and both blades.
- Remove the nut and retaining bolt from the point.
- Using locking pliers, grasp the point, and pull out. If the holder
doesn’t t come out with the point, remove with pliers.
4.With locking pliers, push in new point and holder aligning bolt hole in point with holes in auger shaft. DO NOT damage end of point.
NOTE: When installing the holder in the auger shaft, the edges of the holder may shave off.
- Insert retaining bolt and tighten with nut.
- Re-attach both blades and put the blade protector back on.
|ENGINE WILL NOT START||1.POWER SWITCH OFF |
|1.FLIP SWITCH TO ON POSITION|
|2.SPARK PLUG WIRE DISCONNECTED |
|2.CONNECT SPARK PLUG WIRE |
TO SPARK PLUG
|3.OUT OF FUEL |
|4.SPARK PLUGWET, FAULTY OR IMPROPERLY GAPPED||4.CLEN, REPLACE OR GAP SPARK PLUG|
|Engine runs rough, foods during Operation |
|1.Dry air filter||1.Cean or replace air filter|
|2.choke partially engaged||2.Turn off choke|
|3. Carburetor out of adjustment|
|3. Warranty clam|
|Engine is hard to start|
|1.stale fuel||1.Drain old fuel and replace allows.|
|2.spark plug wire loose||2. Make sure spark wire is securely attached to|
|3. dirty carburetor||3.Clean carburetor |