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4. Tilt pressure washer in opposite direction and
empty premeasured pump oil bottle into same
opening (a small funnel may be helpful).
5. Install black pump oil cap and tighten firmly.
6. Set pressure washer in upright position. Add fuel
and engine oil,
Checking Oil Level
Oil level should be checked prior to each use or at
least every 5 hours of operation, Keep oil level
Change engine oil after the first 5 hours and every
50 hours or annually thereafter. If you are using your
pressure washer under extremely dirty or dusty
conditions, or in extremely hot weather, change oil
every 25 hours.
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• Thoroughly wash exposed areas With soaP and water.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
DON'T POLLUTE. CONSERVE
RESOURCES RETURN USED O L TO
Change oilwhile engine is still warm from running, as
1. Remove drain plug from the bottom of engine.
2. Drain oil into a suitable container. When
crankcase is empty, replace drain plug in engine.
Slowly pour oil into oil fill opening. Replace and
tighten dipstick, remove and check oil level. Oil
level should be at "Full" mark on dipstick. DO
NOT overfill above that mark.
When engine crankcase is filled to proper level,
install and tighten oil cap/dipstick.
Wipe up any remaining oil.
Service Air Cleaner
Your engine will not run properly and may be
damaged if you run it with a dirty air cleaner.
Service the air cleaner once every 25 hours of
operation or once each year, whichever comes first.
Service more often if operating under dirty or dusty
conditions. Replacements are available at your local
Sears service center.
To service the air cleaner, follow these steps:
1, Loosen two screws and lift off cover,
2. Carefully remove air cleaner from base.
3. To clean cartridge, gently tap pleated paper side
on a flat surface.
4. Install clean (or new) air cleaner in base. Air
cleaner must fit securely in base.
5. Place cover over air cleaner and tighten screws.