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Simplicity Manufacturing Printer Accessories

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No. 1692029 TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS FOR STANDARD MACHINE HARDWARE TOLERANCE ±10% SIZE SAE GRADE #2 o SAE GRADE #5 © SAE GRADE #8 © 8-32- 19 In. Lbs. 30 In. Lbs. 41 In. Lbs. 8-36 20 99 31 43 10-24 27 99 43 60 10-32 31 99 49 68 1/4-20 66 99 8 Ft. Lbs 12 Ft. Lbs. 1/4-28 76 99 10 14 5/16-18 11 Ft. Lbs 17 25 5/16-24 12 n 19 25 3/8-16 20 tt 30 45 3/8-24 23 n 35 50 7/16-14 30 n 50 70 7/16-20 35 ii 55 80 1/2-13 50 it 75 110 1/2-20 55 ii 90 120 9/16-20 65 it 110

Simplicity Manufacturing L1632E

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8. Attach the spark plug wire. 9. Auger must stop within 5 seconds. Traction Drive Belt The traction drive belt has constant spring pressure and does not require an adjustment. If the traction drive belt is slipping,replace the belt. See Belt Replacement. Note: After adjustments are complete, make sure the drive disengages when released. AB B Figure 11. Belt Cover A. Belt Cover B. Screws B C A 1/2” (12.5mm) Deflection D E Figure 12. Auger Belt Deflection A. Engine Drive Pulley B. Idler Pulley (E

Simplicity Manufacturing L1530E

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. 5 5. Install Chute. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 6. Install Chute Rotator Crank. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 7. Tube Handle Levers Cable Check . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 8. Connecting Shift Rod. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 9. Chute Rotator Brake Cable Installation. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Simplicity Manufacturing L1428E

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2. Loosen the jam nut (B, Figure 9). 3. Turn the adjustment nut (A) to lengthen or shorten the cable. The cable should be tightened just until all slack is removed from the lever, however it must not engage the Easy Turn™ release without depressing the control lever. 4. Tighten the jam nut. A B Figure 9. Easy Turn™ Cable Adjustment A. Adjustment Nut B. Jam Nut Large Frame Snowthrowers Scraper Bar & Skid Shoe Adjustment On smooth surfaces such as concrete or asphalt, the scraper bar should scrape

Simplicity Manufacturing L1226E

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4. Hold adjusting flats (A) and tighten nut (D). 5. Start unit and check auger. Auger must not be engaged unless auger control is depressed. 6. With engine running, fully depress auger control, the auger should engage and run normally. 7. Release auger control. Auger must stop within 5 seconds. 8. If auger does not operate properly, stop engine and recheck drive linkage adjustments. 9. If auger linkage is properly adjusted, auger drive belt tension may require adjustment. See adjusting the auger

Simplicity Manufacturing I7524EX

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3. Grasp upper speed selector rod (C, Figure 21), and pull up, then tighten the two nuts (A) while maintaining the position of the upper rod. Make sure the shoulders of the carriage bolts are in the slots. 4. Always check traction drive tension and auger drive tension after adjusting speed selector. A A B C Figure 21. Drive Linkage A. Nut C. Upper Speed B. Lower Speed Selector Rod Selector Rod Discharge Control Adjustment If the discharge control is difficult to operate, first lubricate the pini

Simplicity Manufacturing I7524E

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Make sure all safety guards are in place and all nuts, bolts, clips, cotter pins and wires are secure. 2. Check to make sure spark plug wire is attached. 3. Check all controls for proper operation: a. The engine should stop when the key is removed. b. The fuel shut-off valve should stop the flow of fuel to the engine c. The recoil starter or electric starter (if equipped) should crank the engine when activated. 4. Check the engine area for oil or gasoline leaks. Correct any problems in accordanc

Simplicity Manufacturing I75246E

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Cut cable ties (F, Figure 4) that secure control cables to lower handle assembly (C). Be careful not to cut or damage the control cables. Loosen wing nuts (B) and remove any packing materials. Rotate upper handle assembly (A) up. Slide 5/16-18 special bolts (D) through upper handle assembly (A) and lower handle assembly (C). Tighten 5/16-18 locknuts (E) and 5/16-18 special bolts (D). Tighten wingnuts (B), lockwashers (G) and 5/16-18 special bolts (D). D E G A A Figure 4. Un Folding Handle Bars (

Simplicity Manufacturing EI75246E

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• Always wear substantial footwear and appropriate winter clothing. Wear foot-ware that improves traction on slippery slopes. DO NOT wear long scarves or loose clothing that could become entangled in moving parts. • Before using, always visually check that all hardware is present, in-tact, and secure. Replace worn or damaged parts. • Never operate the machine with defective guards, or without safety protective devises in place. • Stop engine before: refuelling, removing an attachment, making adj

Simplicity Manufacturing EI75246

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No. Description 7800084 I75246E, 7.5HP OHV, Snowthrower 7800085 I7524E, 7.5HP OHV, Snowthrower 7800086 EI75246E, 7.5HP OHV, Snowthrower (CE) 7800087 I7524EX, 7.5HP OHV, Snowthrower (CE) 7800138 EI75246, 7.5HP OHV Snowthrower (CE) ATTENTION SETUP PERSONNEL: The safety warnings provided in this guide and in the operator's manual included with the unit contain important information that must be obeyed when assembling, setting-up, operating, servicing, trans porting, or storing the unit. These warni





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