Poulan Pro 187877 manual

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    OWNER'S MANUAL MODEL NUMBER: PP524A SNO W THR O WER Alwa ys W ear Eye Pr otection During Operat[...]

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    2 Safe Operation Practices f or Snow Thrower s IMPORT ANT : This machine is capable of amputating ha[...]

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    3 PR ODUCT SPECIFICA TIONS Gasoline Capacity 2.0 Quar ts and T ype: Unleaded Regular only Oil T ype [...]

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    4 P AR TS P A CKED SEP ARA TEL Y IN CAR T ON MAINTENANCE ...........................................[...]

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    5 ASSEMBL Y / PRE-OPERA TION Read these instructions and this man u al in its entirety bef ore you a[...]

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    6 ASSEMBL Y / PRE-OPERA TION INST ALL A UGER CONTROL R OD (See Figs. 5 and 6) The auger control rod [...]

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    7 ASSEMBL Y / PRE-OPERA TION CHECK TIRE PRESSURE The tires on your sno w thrower were o verinfl ate[...]

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    8 OPERA TION KNO W Y OUR SNO W THR O WER READ THIS O WNER'S MANUAL AND ALL SAFETY R ULES BEFORE[...]

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    9 OPERA TION Drive speed control le ver - used to select forw ard or re verse motion and speed of sn[...]

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    10 The operation of any sno w thrower can result in f oreign objects thrown into the ey es, which ca[...]

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    11 OPERA TION DRIVE SPEED CONTROL LEVER TRA CTION DRIVE CONTROL LEVER A UGER CONTROL LEVER T O THRO [...]

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    12 T O ADJUST SKID PLA TES (See Fig. 16) NO TE: The wrench provided in y our par ts bag ma y be used[...]

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    13 T O ST ART ENGINE • Be sure fuel shut-off va lve is in the OPEN position. Y our snow throw er e[...]

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    14 MAINTENANCE LUBRICA TION CHART GENERAL REC OM MEN DA TIONS The warr anty on this snow thrower doe[...]

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    15 MAINTENANCE V -BEL TS Check V -belts f or deterioration and wear after e very 50 hours of operati[...]

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    16 SER VICE AND ADJUSTMENTS W ARNING: T o a void serious injury , before perf orming any service or [...]

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    17 SER VICE AND ADJUSTMENTS T O REPLA CE BEL TS (See Fig. 20) The auger and traction drive belts are[...]

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    18 ST ORA GE Immediately prepare your sno w thrower f or storage at the end of the season or if the [...]

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    19 Does not start 1. Fuel shut-off valv e (if so 1. T ur n fuel shut-off valv e to OPEN position. eq[...]

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    giving the complete mfg. ID#, serial number and date of purchase of y our product and the name and a[...]