Ariens 926057 Specifications

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Owner/Operator Manual
Manuel Du Propriétaire/Utilisateur
Model
926057 – Power Brush 36
(Serial No. 000101 +)
Power Brush 36
04653900 4/13
Printed in USA
ENGLISH
FRANÇAIS
E10
The use of any gasoline exceeding 10% ethanol (E10) or
10% MTBE will void the product warranty.
L’utilisation d’une essence contenant plus de 10% d’éthanol
(E10) ou de 10% de MTBE annulent la garantie.
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Page 1 - Power Brush 36

Owner/Operator ManualManuel Du Propriétaire/UtilisateurModel926057 – Power Brush 36(Serial No. 000101 +)Power Brush 3604653900 4/13Printed in USAENGLI

Page 2 - INTRODUCTION

EN - 101. Traction Drive Clutch Lever2. Speed Selector Lever3. Attachment Clutch Lever4. Brush Angle Lock Lever5. Recoil Starter Handle6. Engine Shut

Page 3

EN - 11STANDARD CONTROLSSee Controls and Features on page 10.Traction Drive Clutch - Left Hand LeverSqueeze the Traction Drive Clutch Lever against th

Page 4 - LOCATIONS

EN - 12Throttle LeverThe throttle controls the engine speed. To increase or decrease engine speed, adjust to:1. Fast (normal or warm starts) to left2

Page 5 - SAFETY RULES

EN - 133. Lift the brush head assembly off the ground and reverse the unit to move it away from the swept area.4. Stop engine and allow all moving par

Page 6

EN - 145. Fill fuel tank to within 1/2 in (1.27 cm) below bottom of filler neck. See Specifications on page 29 for fuel tank capacity.IMPORTANT: DO NO

Page 7

EN - 155. Pull recoil starter handle with a rapid continuous full arm stroke. Let rope rewind slowly.IMPORTANT: DO NOT let Starter Handle snap against

Page 8 - ASSEMBLY

EN - 16Ariens Dealers will provide any service or adjustments which may be required to keep your unit operating at peak efficiency. Should engine serv

Page 9 - Run-in Attachment Belt

EN - 17OPERATING POSITION(Figure 7)To connect the brush attachment to traction unit:1. Place attachment belts onto attachment pulley.NOTE: Holding dow

Page 10 - CONTROLS AND FEATURES

EN - 18CHECK CLUTCH OPERATIONBrush must stop quickly when attachment clutch lever is released.Wheels must stop quickly when traction drive clutch leve

Page 11 - OPERATION

EN - 19GENERAL LUBRICATION(Figure 8)1. Place unit into the service position (See Service Position on page 16).IMPORTANT: Wipe each fitting clean befor

Page 12 - Fuel Shut-Off Valve

EN - 2Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8Controls & Features

Page 13 - FILLING FUEL TANK

EN - 20RECOIL GUARD FOAM COVER INSTALLATION(Figure 9)The recoil foam cover slides over the starter handle and attaches to the recoil guard with Velcro

Page 14 - STARTING AND SHUT OFF

EN - 21ATTACHMENT CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT(Figures 11, 12 and 13)Remove Attachment Cable Slack1. Remove the belt cover.2. Loosen jam nut on cable adjustment

Page 15 - TRANSPORT

EN - 22Check Attachment Idler Arm Roller Clearance(Figure 13)NOTE: It will be difficult to check the measurement inside the frame. Use a 1/2 in. (12.7

Page 16 - MAINTENANCE

EN - 23TRACTION DRIVE CLUTCH ADJUSTMENT(Figure 15)If drive slips, adjust traction clutch to compensate for friction disc wear.To adjust traction clutc

Page 17 - MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

EN - 242. To gain belt clearance, back out the stop screw from the frame until the drive plate assembly can swing past it (Figure 15).3. Pull idler aw

Page 18

EN - 25BRUSH SEGMENT REPLACEMENT(Figure 18, 19, and 20)1. Shut off engine, close fuel shut-off valve, disconnect spark plug wire and allow unit to coo

Page 19 - GENERAL LUBRICATION

EN - 263. Loosen each bearing setscrew and slide bearings inward, away from horizontal end supports.IMPORTANT: Brush gearbox splined shaft will separa

Page 20 - SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENTS

EN - 27IMPORTANT: Brush segments must be aligned properly so they do not nest together (Figure 19).7. Remove used brush segments and replace with new

Page 21 - ADJUSTMENT

EN - 28To obtain a complete parts manual, find your model and serial number. Then go to www.ariens.com.TROUBLESHOOTINGPROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE CORRECTIO

Page 22 - Check Belt Finger Clearance

EN - 29SPECIFICATIONSModel Number 926057Engine Subaru EX27Engine Displacement – in3 (cc)16.2 (265)Fast Idle Speed – RPM 3800 ±100Starter 120VAC Electr

Page 23

EN - 3DISCLAIMERAriens reserves the right to discontinue, make changes to, and add improvements upon its products at any time without public notice or

Page 24 - FRICTION DISC REPLACEMENT

Sno-Chore 2013EN - 30Sno-Thro®, Sno-Tek® and Chore Performing Equipment Limited WarrantyAriens Company (Ariens) warrants to the original purchaser tha

Page 25 - REPLACEMENT

Sno-Chore 2013EN - 31Exceptions and LimitationsThe chart below details special exceptions to this warranty:Customer ResponsibilitiesRegister the produ

Page 26

Sno-Chore 2013EN - 32Exclusions – Items Not Covered by This Warranty• Parts that are not genuine Ariens, Gravely, Parker or Countax service parts are

Page 28 - SERVICE PARTS

Ariens Company655 West Ryan StreetBrillion, WI 54110920-756-4688Fax 920-756-2407www.ariens.com

Page 29 - SPECIFICATIONS

EN - 4REQUIRED OPERATOR TRAININGOriginal purchaser of this unit was instructed by the seller on safe and proper operation. If unit is to be used by so

Page 30 - Special Extensions

EN - 5EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEMThis equipment and/or its engine may include exhaust and evaporative emissions control system components required to meet

Page 31 - Customer Responsibilities

EN - 6Keep children and people away. Keep children out of work area and under watchful care of a responsible adult.NEVER allow children to operate or

Page 32

EN - 7Adjust brush height before operating. Engage traction drive clutch before attachment clutch. If brush is set too low or if terrain is irregular

Page 33

EN - 8Tools Required:•Tire Gauge• Pliers• 1/2-In. 3/8-In, 7/16-In, and 9/16-In Wrench and/or Adjustable WrenchUnpacking UnitUnfold Handlebar(Figure 3)

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EN - 9Check Tire PressureCheck tire pressure and adjust to the pressure listed on tire sidewall.Check Engine Crankcase OilIMPORTANT: Engine is shipped

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