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The high-performance  HONDA SNOW THROWER HS 35 is designed to
be compact and light. It is engineered for ease of handling and safety.

BEFOREUSINGTHE SNOWTHROWER,READTHEINSTRUCTIONS
ON SAFETYANDCLEARLYUNDERSTANDTHEPROPER`OPERAT-
INGPROCEDURE.
Pay special attention   to statements   preceded by the following words:

m             Indicates a strong possibility of severe personal injury or loss of life if
instructions are not followed.

CAUTION:      Indicates a possibility   of personal injury   or equipment   damage if instruc-
tions are not followed.

NOTE: Gives helpful information.

This manual should be considered        a permanent   part of the vehicle and should remain
with the vehicle when resold.




    NOTE:    Specifications   of components     may change for improvement       without
    prior notice.

                                                                                              1
    SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS-OBSERVE                                          THESE
    PRECAUTIONS              ....................................                                             3
    WARNING LABEL LOCATION                                    .......................                         7
    LEARN THE NAMES OF COMPONENTS AND THEIR
    OPERATIONS            .....................................                                                8
       Engineswitchknob                  ...............................                                      10
       Fuelvalveknob              ..................................                                          10
       Chokeknob          .....................................                                               11
       Chute crank .....................................                                                      11
       Starter grip ......................................                                                    12
       Auger clutch lever ................................                                                    12
       Chuteguide         ...................................                                            :.   13
    ITEMS TO BE CHECKED BEFORE STARTING THE
    ENGINE ..........................................                                                         14
       Fuellevel    .......................................                                                   14
       Engine oil level ...................................                                                   16
    STARTING INSTRUCTIONS                                .........................                            17
    CLEARING SNOW - THE PROPER WAY ...............                                                            20
    STOPPING THE ENGINE - THE PROPER WAY ..........                                                           23
      High altitude operation                    ............................                                 23
    PERIODIC MAINTENANCE                              ..........................                              24
       Check daily .....................................                                                      24
       Check during the first month of operation ..............                                               24
       Check periodically              ................................                                       25
    MAINTENANCE PROCEDURES                                       ......................                       26
       Tools ...........................................                                                      26
       Engine oil change .................................                                                    27
       Spark plug'- cleaning and adjustment                                   .................               28
       Auger clutch cable - adjustment                              .....................                     29
      Auger rubber parts - replacement                                ....................                    30
      Auger housing guard - adjustment and replacement                                              . . . . . 32
    PREPARING SNOW THROWER FOR STORAGE                                                          .   . . . . . 33
    HOW TO FOLD THE HANDLE OF THE SNOW
    THROWER         .... .... ........ ................                                             . . . . . 35
    TROUBLESHOOTING                         ... .. ... ... .... .. ......                           . . . . . 37
    ORDERING REPLACEMENT PARTS . . . . . . . . . . .                                                . . . . . 39
    SPECIFICATIONS               ......... ......                            . .... .. .            . . . . . 40
2
                                           SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS -
                                           OBSERVE THESE PRECAUTIONS.



*   Before operating the snowthrower, inspect the area in which you are going to clear
    snow. Remove debris and other obstacles the snowthrower might strike or throw,
    as that may cause injury or damage to the snowthrower.
*   Inspect the snowthrower before operating it. Repair any damage and correct any
    malfunction before operation. If you hit an obstacle while operating the snow-
    thrower, stop the engine immediately, and check for damage. Damaged equipment
    may increase the possibility of injury during operation.
*   Do not use the snowthrower when visibility. is poor. Under conditions of poor
    visibility, there is a greater risk of striking an obstacle or causing injury.

*   Never use the snowthrower to clear snow from a gravel road or driveway, as rocks
    may be picked up and thrown. They may cause injury to bystanders.




                                                                                     3
Adjust the snow discharge chute to avoid hitting the operator, bystanders, windows,
and other objects with thrown snow. Stay clear of the snow discharge chute while
the engine is running.

Children and pets must be kept away from the area of operation to avoid injury
from flying debris and contact with the snowthrower.
To avoid overturning, be careful when changing the direction of the snowthrower
while operating it on a slope. Do not use the snowthrower to remove snow from
roofs. The snowthrower may overturn on steep slopes if left unattended, causing
injury to the operator or bystanders.

Know how to stop the snowthrower quickly,and understand theoperation          of all
controls.
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