IMPORTANT

Owner's Manual

Rifle (22 L.R. only)

SELF-LOADING

With Tubular Magazine

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LIMITED WARRANTY AND CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP

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This manual contains operating, care and maintenance instructions. To assure safe operation, any user of this firearm must read this manual carefully. Failure to follow the instructions and warnings in this manual can cause accidents resulting in injury or death. This manual should always accompany this firearm, and be transferred with it upon change of ownership.

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Normal wear. shall be paid by such owner. If The Marlin Firearms Company. Box 248 North Haven. it shall. Marlin shall notify such owner to that effect and give an estimate for repair. 2. Connecticut. and repairs will be made and the firearm returned within a reasonable time after the firearm is received. WARRANTY and CERTIFICATE OF OWNERSHIP card must be completed and mailed to The Marlin Firearms Company at the above address WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS of purchase to insure the protection of the warranty. 4. alteration. will be made through the store of purchase. or damage resulting from neglect.O. if then available in its inventory. if feasible. In such cases. either of which.marlinfirearms. The Marlin Firearms Company 100 Kenna Drive. Cost of shipping. or repairs not made or authorized by The Marlin Firearms Company or use of non-Marlin parts are not covered by the warranty.com . etc. etc. In the event that The Marlin Firearms Company is unable to make warranty repairs to the firearm. After notice of defect in material and/or workmanship is received by The Marlin Firearms Company. North Haven. abuse. North Haven. involved in returning the firearm to the company shall be prepaid by the original owner. notify the owner to that effect and give him the option either to receive a replacement of the same model. or otherwise not covered by the warranty set forth above. MFC P. Cost of parts and labor performed shall be provided without charge by The Marlin Firearms Company. repair. CT 06473-0905 www. NOTICE of defect in materials and/or workmanship must be received by the company WITHIN FIVE (5) YEARS from the date of purchase. AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE. or to receive a refund. return shipping and insurance charges. within a reasonable time after its receipt.LIMITED WARRANTY The Marlin Firearms Company FIVE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY AGAINST DEFECTS IN MATERIAL & WORKMANSHIP This firearm warranty is good only to the ORIGINAL OWNER who has registered his ownership with The Marlin Firearms Company at 100 Kenna Drive. 3. insurance charges. CT 06473-0903 STAMP PLACE HERE MARLIN'S PERFORMANCE UNDER THE ABOVE WARRANTY 1. determines that the defects in material and/or workmanship were the result of abuse and/or neglect. THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS. after receipt of the firearm. Marlin shall send instructions for shipment of the firearm.

It has been correctly designed. To move the safety to the FIRE position. • WARNING: It is a violation of federal law to alter or deface the serial number of any firearm. Never use a firearm with a safety that does not function properly. FIRE (Off Safe) Position A far as it will go. • WARNING: Your rifle is shipped completely assembled and should not be used or disassembled without fully reading and understanding the instructions in this Owner's Manual. the gun will fire. the element of judgement involved. • WARNING: Never disassemble the safety. pointed in a safe direction. Any mechanical device can fail. hold it in the normal shooting position. the skill required. B C Press to release automatic bolt hold-open 1 . and is not reversible. A red ring around the safety button will be visible when the safety is in the FIRE position (See B).e. Due to the many bullet and load options available. (See instructions for factory maintenance in this manual. and push the safety button from left to right as far as it will go. Marlin does not make any recommendations with regard to handloaded ammunition. Warnings should be read and heeded carefully. If the trigger is pulled with the safety in this position. fitted and tested. Also follow “Marlin's Guide to Gun Safety” in this manual. so never rely on the safety to justify careless handling. To put your rifle on SAFE. push the safety button from right to left as Bolt Hold-Open Features Automatic “Last Shot” Bolt Hold-Open Feature This safety feature is activated when the last shot in the rifle has been fired (i. become familiar with the operation of the safety by practicing with the rifle unloaded. • WARNING: Marlin firearms are designed and manufactured to handle standard factory-loaded ammunition which conforms to SAAMI (Sporting Arms and Ammunition Manufacturers’ Institute Inc.) SAFE Position How to Operate the Safety • WARNING: Prior to firing. however. The safety mechanism is a round button located behind the trigger. The safety is now on SAFE (See A). and the fact that serious injuries have resulted from dangerous handloads.) standards with dependability and safety.Before You Use This Firearm It is very important that you read and understand this manual before using this firearm.

pull the charging handle all the way back. which stops the bolt about half way back. the safest possible way to handle your rifle is com- pletely unloaded. you should visually check to be sure that the chamber is empty and the orange magazine follower is visible in the feedthroat. and chamber are empty). will close the bolt and chamber a cartridge. and hold it. • WARNING: Releasing the manual bolt hold-open while the inner magazine is locked in place and there are cartridges in the feeding system. with the chamber and magazine empty. with the safety on SAFE. • WARNING: When not in use. How to Load • WARNING: Never attempt to load your rifle with ammunition that does not meet the cartridge designation stamped on the barrel. press the bolt release lever in the front of the trigger guard (See C).22 Long Rifle High Velocity cartridges only (not HyperVelocity). This device makes it easy to clean the chamber. As long as the magazine remains empty. With the bolt in this position. with the action open. the automatic bolt holdopen will engage each time the bolt is pulled all the way back. and Shot cartridges can be loaded and fired.22 caliber designed for . feedthroat. Shorts. • WARNING: Your rifle is a self-loading . the safety on SAFE. in the direction of the arrow on the back of the handle (See D & E). pull the charging handle out to the right and let it snap forward (See E1). factoryloaded ammunition which conforms to industry standards. Longs. Manual Bolt Hold-Open Feature In addition to the automatic “last shot” bolt hold-open.when the magazine. To close the bolt completely. and the gun empty. but Marlin does not recommend them. feedthroat and bore. the bolt can also be manually locked in the fully open position. as feeding will not be reliable and damage or injury may result from their use. D E1 Locking the action open manually Unlocking the action manually To close the action. First. E Action locked fully open 2 . indicating that the magazine is empty. dry. Now engage the lock by pushing the charging handle to the left. The bolt will stop about half way to the open position (See C). Use only clean. and pointed in a safe direction. Then press the bolt release lever in front of the trigger guard to completely close the bolt.

• WARNING: Never add cartridges to a partially loaded tubular magazine. and the rifle is pointed in a safe direction. Now. to chamber a cartridge. unlock the inside magazine tube by turning the knurled locking end plug (See F). the bolt is in the “last shot” automatic hold-open position. Always load cartridges through the magazine as directed above. To load the magazine. the safety is on SAFE. always check the bore and chamber to be sure they are free of grease. Be sure the chamber is empty. The inner tube will not lock in place if the number of cartridges loaded exceeds the stated magazine capacity. When you have loaded up to 14 cartridges. turn the rifle upside down and. With the safety on SAFE and the rifle pointed in a safe direction. I F Unlocking the magazine Loading the magazine G Let it snap forward 3 . bullet end toward the muzzle (See G). slide the tube back in place. • WARNING: This rifle will not function properly unless the inner magazine tube is locked securely in place. drop Long Rifle cartridges into the loading port. DO NOT FORCE THE TUBE DOWN. oil or any other obstruction. Then rotate the knurled locking end plug to the locked position. turning it slightly to ease passage over the loaded rounds. close the bolt by pressing the bolt release lever in front of the trigger guard (See C). you must pull the H Pull charging handle all the way back charging handle all the way back and let the bolt snap forward again (See H & I). Extract the inside tube from the outside tube until the loading port is exposed (See G).• WARNING: Before loading your rifle. keeping your fingers away from the muzzle. With the muzzle raised. • WARNING: Your rifle is not designed to be single-loaded. • WARNING: The following procedure is the only recommended method of loading. This should close the bolt on an empty chamber.

and that your fingers are away from the muzzle and the trigger. should not occur if the ammunition is clean.• WARNING: Your rifle is now cocked and ready to fire as soon as the safety is pushed to the FIRE position. Misfire. . The sight can be raised and lowered by moving the stepped elevator forward and back with your thumb. A “squib” or underpowered shot. • WARNING: Because of its self-loading action. you must unload completely. raise the rear sight. dry. sighting should be range verified. by moving the sight elevator rearward. you must assume that it is cocked and loaded.) Vertical Correction (Elevation) To raise the point of impact. Otherwise. If there is. at which point the automatic “last shot” bolt hold-open will engage. Count to 10. if there is an obstruction. personal injury or damage could result. To lower the point of impact. and determine. Since your rifle is self-loading. by moving the sight elevator forward. the automatic bolt holdopen will engage (See C). When the last cartridge has been ejected. then unload the rifle completely (See “How to Unload”). with the rifle pointed at the target. if the bolt of your rifle is completely closed. If you have squeezed the trigger and nothing happens. lower the rear sight. pointing the gun in a safe direction. and factory loaded. so ALWAYS CHECK THE CHAMBER AND FEEDTHROAT VISUALLY TO BE SURE NO CARTRIDGES REMAIN. 2. 1. after each shot it is ready to be fired again. Sighting Your rifle has been sighted-in and testfired at the factory. How to Fire Push the safety to the “FIRE” position and. however. squeeze the trigger. If you do not fire all cartridges in the magazine. You can tell if a shot is underpowered by the unusually low sound it makes. and chamber are empty. it should be removed by a qualified gunsmith. be sure your rifle is on SAFE and pointed in a safe direction. remain in shooting position. J Unloading Repeat this action until the ejection of cartridges ceases. • WARNING: Because the bullet may actually still be in the barrel. Be sure the inner magazine tube is locked in place. Any mechanical device can fail. Cycle the action repeatedly by pulling the charging handle all the way back and letting it snap forward (See J). be sure to put the safety on “SAFE” until you are ready to shoot again. until the magazine. The orange magazine follower is visible in the feedthroat when the magazine is empty. How to Unload • WARNING: Before you unload. feedthroat. with a cleaning rod. 4 What to do if your Rifle Fails to Fire 1. Due to individual shooting characteristics. Underpowered shot.

unload the gun and visually check to be doubly sure no cartridges remain.) The steps listed below should be followed carefully to assure proper disassembly. If the rifle gets wet. Clean the barrel with powder solvent and wipe lightly with gun oil after cleaning. With the safety on SAFE. Cleaning the Bore Since modern ammunition burns very cleanly. tap the rear sight base to the right.) Horizontal Correction (Windage) To move the point of impact to the left. The orange magazine follower should appear in the feedthroat. and others. extractors. Call 1-800-544-8892 for more information. as some chemicals may damage the synthetic trigger guard. bolt face.2. available in hardware and automotive supply stores. Weaver. pull the charging handle all the way back and lock in the manual hold-open position. or any parts of this firearm. Scope Mounting Your rifle has a grooved receiver designed to handle tip-off-type 22 scope bases.) A toothbrush and commercial gun cleaning solvent will simplify the job. and are available through your local gun dealer.22 caliber commercial cleaning rod and cleaning patches. Caution: Before using any solvent or other gun cleaning product. is subject to excessive handling. cleaning as described below is recommended. How to Clean Your Rifle • WARNING: Never attempt to wipe down or clean a loaded firearm. visually check the chamber and feedthroat to be sure no cartridges remain in the rifle. read the label carefully to be sure it will not damage either the finish. or if any foreign material gets into the action or barrel. You may also order directly from Marlin Gun Service. cleaning and reassembly. wipe down metal parts with oil or a rust-inhibitor. (Frequency of cleaning may depend on brand of ammunition used. (Be sure to follow manufacturer of gun cleaner's directions. if it gets wet. However. NOTE for stainless steel models: Although stainless steel is corrosion-resistant. Step #2 — The inner magazine tube should be removed in accordance with the procedure described under “How to Load”. Step #1 — With the safety on SAFE and the inner magazine tube locked in place. use any standard . with normal use it is not necessary to clean the bore of your rifle. tap the rear sight base to the left. Next. and butt end of the barrel (around the chamber) after firing each 250 rounds. To move the point of impact to the right. Minor scratches can be “buffed out” of stainless steel with a “Scotch-Brite TM Very Fine” pad. They are made by Tasco. Remove takedown screws 5 . Windage adjustments to the rear sight can be made by gently tapping the dovetail portion of the rear sight in the desired direction. it can rust. To clean the bore and barrel. or K Cleaning the Action We recommend that you wear safety glasses while disassembling this rifle. Then close the action completely. dirty. Follow instructions under “How to Unload” before cleaning. We recommend cleaning the inside of the receiver.

Step #4 — With the action removed. can fly from the receiver. charging handle. recoil spring and spring guide may now be removed. if not handled properly. • WARNING: Recoil spring is compressed at this point and. with the forefinger of your other hand. The action should be cleaned in solvent. the bolt. dried. Step #5 — The barrel. As you begin to lift the bolt out. the first consisting of the stock and trigger assembly. recoil spring and spring guide M P Remove action Support recoil spring to prevent kinking Q N Lift muzzle end of breech bolt from receiver 6 Pull charging handle back to replace action .Step #3 — Unscrew takedown screws A and B as shown in K. the second consisting of the barrel and action. O L Remove assembly post Release assembly post by squeezing and pushing in slotted end. The recoil spring and spring guide are now within easy reach for removal (See O). receiver and action are now ready for thorough cleaning. Pull post free of action (See L). and oiled sparingly prior to reassembly. the charging handle will become free and can be removed. Remove charging handle. Remove action by sliding it to the rear and up (See M). Pull the charging handle back slightly and. lift the muzzle end of the bolt from the receiver (See N). Separate the rifle into two segments.

Prior to shipping. Repair Instructions Your firearm has been designed. engineered and manufactured in accordance with Marlin's rigid quality control standards. following the “Shipping and Handling” instructions on this page. If not. or it may become wet during inclement weather. Step #7 — The charging handle can now be positioned through the ejection port. hold breech bolt and recoil spring in one hand and use the other hand to support the spring as shown in P. we will send you an estimate of the repair cost. and reversing the action disassembly procedure (See Q). barrel and action with gun oil. Exterior metal finishes may be wiped down with a lightly oiled cloth. Use ample cushioning material and a sturdy outer cardboard box. Do not ship in a special container which you want returned. put recoil spring guide into hole at the rear of the receiver. Otherwise. Repairs will begin upon receipt of your check or money order. be sure the charging handle fits into the slot provided for it in the bolt. Your gun should be completely unloaded and stored in a dry area with the action open. To prevent kinking the spring. Never store your gun in a carrying case. or held by an assistant. Be sure to follow the “Shipping and Handling” instructions on this page. all moisture should be removed. Shipping and Handling When sending your firearm to the factory please follow these instructions: 1. To complete the insertion of the breech bolt. lightly oil the bore. Condensation droplets will form soon after the rifle is brought into a warm room. After receiving your firearm. Guns requiring warranty repairs should be returned to the factory. For long term storage. Reinstall the action by pulling the charging handle all the way back and locking it in the open position. Model Number and a full description of the conditions and problems involved. Use a very thin coat of light oil during below freezing conditions. When reassembling the barreled action and stock. while compressing spring until guide enters breech bolt. 2. Pack your firearm carefully. ship it to the factory.) To reassemble. any mechanical device may occasionally require adjustment or repair. place recoil spring guide into one end of recoil spring. See the inside front cover of this manual for warranty details. purchase to the original owner. 7 Warranty Repairs Our Warranty policy covers all our firearms against defects in workmanship or material for a period of five years from the date of . Next. If repairs are not possible. In any case. then place opposite end of spring into breech bolt. be absolutely certain that the firearm is completely unloaded (See “How to Unload” in this manual). Non-Warranty Repairs A competent gunsmith may be able to repair your gun. Step #6 — (Reassembly is easier if gun is secured in a padded vise. your firearm will be returned. You should include the Serial Number. be sure the receiver is seated as far back in the stock as it will go while tightening the takedown screw. the rifle may not fire. However. Questions regarding the performance and serviceability of your firearm should be addressed to Marlin Gun Service.Further disassembly of the action is not recommended and should only be attempted by a qualified gunsmith or the factory.

gun case. Inside the box. supply this information to the proper authorities. just call our Customer Service Center. 100 KENNA DRIVE NORTH HAVEN. Ship your firearm via insured Parcel Post or U. 06473 8 . and 4:30 P. should be removed prior to returning the firearm. 7. slings. Do not ship live ammunition under any circumstances. or wish to order parts or accessories.M. date of purchase and where purchased below. Shipment must be prepaid and addressed to: IMPORTANT If you have any questions or problems relating to your new Marlin.S. 5.M. description of damage or problem. Accessories such as scopes. would like additional information on safe operation. Please record the firearm serial number. Clearly mark your return address on the outside of the box and on your instruction sheet. include the following information: model number. etc. Monday through Friday. serial number. 6. CONN. between 8 A. A Service Representative can be reached at the number listed below. quick-detach type swivels. Serial #: _____________________________________ Date of Purchase: __________________________ Purchased From: _____________________ 1-800-544-8892 (Toll Free) ____________________________________ In case of loss or theft. (Eastern Time). MFC INC. 8. ATTN: SERVICE DEPT.3. 4. Keep a record of your serial number when returning a firearm.P. and under what conditions problem occurs. scope mounts.

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19. Health Warning: Discharging of firearms in poorly ventilated areas and handling ammunition may cause exposure to lead and/or lead compounds. before you use this firearm. Read and understand the owner’s manual before using a firearm. le pueden dar una multa o enviarlo a la carcel. Unload firearms before storing. WARNING Children are attracted to and can operate firearms that can cause severe injuries or death. 25. Avoid alcoholic beverages and drugs before and during shooting. Control the muzzle. Do not use a firearm that fails to function properly.Marlin's Guide to Gun Safety 1. 24. 26. disassembling or cleaning firearms. Unless you are hunting. flat surface.S. Do not pull a firearm toward you by the muzzle. 13. blood forming and reproductive systems. 16. Handle every firearm as if it were loaded and ready to fire. and be sure disassembly and reassembly are correct and complete. ADVERTENCIA A los niños los atraen las armas de fuego y las pueden hacer funcionar. Be sure no one is in the path of ejecting shells or cartridges. Exposure may cause cancer. or other instructions in this manual. size and bullet shape for your firearm. or jump over an obstacle with a loaded firearm. or a local gun shop can suggest courses in your area. you may be fined or sent to prison. 18. Use only ammunition of the correct gauge. 14. be sure you have an adequate backstop. All ammunition is dangerous beyond your line of sight. 2. climb. Do not allow others to pass loaded firearms to you while in a tree stand. If you are unfamiliar with firearms. can result in personal injury. Safety Warning: Marlin strongly recommends that you take a hunter safety course. Do not eat or smoke during these activities. Wear hearing protectors when shooting. Evite que los niños tengan acceso a las armas de fuego guardándolas siempre con llave y descargadas cuando no las esté utilizando. unauthorized individuals. 4. Printed in U. modified. Store firearms and ammunition separately. Before shooting. Do not enter or ride in a motor vehicle with loaded firearms. transporting. 11. be sure the chamber. Do not lean a loaded firearm against anything. Wash hands thoroughly after shooting. 21. Before cleaning. handling ammunition. 3. 5. action and magazine are completely unloaded. caliber. 23. Si usted tiene un arma de fuego cargada en un lugar en que un niño tiene acceso a ella y la usa indebidamente. Have adequate ventilation at all times. drop or jar a loaded firearm. Safety Warning: Keep this firearm out of the reach of children. 17. Keep the barrel and mechanism of the firearm free of obstructions. or improperly handloaded ammunition. Do not use damaged. 10. 8.A. taught by a certified instructor. Do not try to force a jammed action. or cleaning a firearm. 22. especially in confined areas. or leaving unattended. attend a firearms safety class taught by a certified instructor. nervous. 6. carry your firearm empty. 15. Do not interchange parts between firearms. dirty. Your State Fish & Game Dept. locked and out of the reach of children. Do not bump. 8/04 307000 . Failure to follow these rules. Wear impact-protective glasses when shooting. 12. Keep the safety on SAFE until you are ready to shoot. Do not climb into or out of a tree or tree stand with a loaded firearm. Ellos pueden causarses lesiones graves y la muerte. Prevent child access by always keeping guns locked away and unloaded when not in use. 7. and never point a firearm at anything you don’t want to shoot. 20. with the action open. and others unfamiliar with the safe handling of firearms. Avoid ricochets by never shooting at water or any hard. 9. birth defects or damage to the kidney. Do not run. If you keep a loaded firearm where a child obtains and improperly uses it.

. . . . . . . PART NAME 1 . . . . . . . to 4:30 P. . . . . . . . . . . PART NAME ILL. Buttpad Screw (2) 11 . . . . Extractor Spring. . Swivel Stud Nut 58 . . . . . Buttpad Spacer 12 . . . . . . . Swivel Stud. . . . . . . . NO. Swivel Stud. . Rear Sight Base 43 . . . Hammer Strut Bridge 35 . Receiver 46 .R. . . NO. Buffer Pin Ring ***8 . Front Sight Ramp Base 28 . Left Hand 52 . . Stock Reinforcement Screw 55 . Trigger Guard Nut. . . . . . Extension Spring 18 . Left Hand 21 . . . Left Hand 23 . Right Hand 53 . . . Lever Retaining Ring 38 . . Firing Pin Retaining Pin 27 . . . Trigger Guard Screw. . . . . . Magazine Tube Outside 42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .M. Barrel Retaining Pin 4 . . . . . . . . . Eastern Time. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Bullseye ***9 . . . . . . . . . . . Ejector Lifter Spring 17 . . Firing Pin 26 . . Front 61 . . . Takedown Screw. . . . . . . Cartridge Lifter 13 . . . . . Weekdays) Be sure to mention gun serial number when ordering parts ILL. Front Sight Ramp Base Screw 29 . . . . . . . . Rear 56 . . . . . . Right Hand 20 . Hammer Strut 34 . . . . . . . . . . .SELF-LOADING Carbine (22 L. . . Barrel 3 . . . . . . .. Hammer Lifter Pin Ring 37 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Right Hand 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Recoil Spring 47 . . Sear 49 . . . Extractor. . . . Rear Sight Folding Leaf **45 . Buttpad 10 . . . Sear Spring 51 . . Recoil Spring Guide 48 . . . . . Bolt Release Lever 5 . . . . . Assembly Post **2 . PARTS LIST SELF-LOADING CARBINE WITH TUBULAR MAGAZINE For parts prices. . . . . . Front Sight Ramp Insert 31 . . . . . Magazine Tube Band Pin 40 . . Front 62 . . . . Hammer Strut Pin 36 . . call 1-800-544-8892 (8 A. . . . . . . Rear Sight Elevator 44 .M. . . . . . . . . Feedthroat 25 . . . . . . . . Disconnector Spring 16 . . . . . . . . . . . . sanding or filing. . . . . . . . . Cartridge Lifter Roller 14 . . . . . . Right Hand 22 . . . . Sideplate. Trigger Guard Complete 8/04 459000 . . . Sear Pin Ring 50 . Extractor. . . . Left Hand 19 . . . . Charging Handle 15 . . Extractor Pin. . . Magazine Tube Band 39 . . . . . . . . . Hammer 32 . Sideplate. . . . . . . . Front 57 . . . . only) With Tubular Magazine * Restricted availability—Part sent to qualified gunsmith only. . . Buffer 7 . . . ** Restricted availability—Parts installed at factory only. . . . . . . . . . . . . Rear 60 . . . . . . Front Sight Ramp Hood 30 . . . . . . . Stock 54 . . . . Breech Bolt 6 . *** Non-restricted availability—Part may require some final fitting. . . . . . . . . Extractor Pin. . . . . . . . . . . . Hammer Spring 33 . . . . Extractor Spring. . . . . Takedown Screw. . Front 59 . . . . . . . . . Magazine Tube Inside Complete 41 . . .

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PART NO............. 1 **2 3 4 5 6 7 ***8 ***9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 **45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 .......... ................................. ......... .... ... ...... .................... .......... ..... ....... .............. ..... ....... 1 **2 3 4 5 6 7 ***8 ***9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 **45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 . ................. ...... ............................................... 43 .......... .... ...... .....Model 60 ILL.. ...... ....... . . .. .................................. ...... . ................................ . .... 36 ....... 34 ........................... .... 407997 107741 307897 507183 107002 407182 407178 N/A N/A 420590 N/A 307287 307288 207005 407196 307295 407796 320269 320369 320798 307497 407895 407895 407285 407599 307198 330144 320593 N/A N/A 207173 407094 407179 307075 407200 407178 407252 220121 420698 507922 307923 220641 320942 N/A 107160 307496 307071 307151 407178 407795 507004 207003 507000 307790 N/A N/A N/A 307192 307392 307491 307690 507458 Model 60SSK ILL............ ............. ... ....................... .. ....... 60 .. .. ........... ................. ............. ......... ................. ......... ........... .. ........... .......... . 22 .. .............. 13 ...................... .. ............. ..... ........... ................... ............ .. ............ .... 3 .... . ............................. ...... .................. ... ...... 5 ............... 18 .... .... .. ... ....... ...... ........ .... ................ ................... 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PART NO.......... ......... ................. ..... . ...... ......... ......................................... ......... ................ .............. 31 ............ ........... .... ..................... ... .... ........... ... ... 56 .... ..................... . ................. ......... ........ ... . ...................... 7 ......... .... ....... 50 . .......... 1 **2 3 4 5 6 7 ***8 ***9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 **45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 ... 407997 107001 307897 507383 107003 407182 407178 N/A 320402 420590 N/A 307287 307288 207006 407196 307295 407796 307269 307369 320798 307497 407895 407895 407285 407599 307198 220939 321091 320345 407444 207173 407094 407179 307075 407200 407178 407252 205021 305497 507022 307023 520041 330442 214142 107260 307496 307071 307151 407178 407795 507004 207003 507017 307090 N/A N/A N/A 307692 307792 307491 307990 507658 8/04 459000 ............... ... .... 26 .......................... ........ ....... ............ 48 ...... ....... ............. ............. 39 ..... ................ 59 .............. ... NO.......... 37 . ... .. .......... ..... .... ......... 35 .............. .... ... ......... .......... .............. ... .. NO......... 407997 107741 307897 507183 107002 407182 407178 N/A 320402 420590 N/A 307287 307288 207005 407196 307295 407796 320269 320369 320798 307497 407895 407895 407285 407599 307198 330144 320593 N/A N/A 207173 407094 407179 307075 407200 407178 407252 220121 420698 507922 307923 220641 320942 N/A 107160 307496 307071 307151 407178 407795 507004 207003 507034 307790 N/A N/A N/A 307192 307392 307491 307690 507058 Model 60C ILL.............. .............. .. 10 .............. ....... .... .................... 28 .................. ............... . ................................ 16 ... .. 407997 107741 307897 507183 107011 407182 407178 N/A 320402 420590 N/A 307287 307288 207005 407196 307295 407796 320269 320369 320798 307497 407895 407895 407285 407599 307198 330144 320593 N/A N/A 207173 407094 407179 307075 407200 407178 407252 220121 420698 507922 307923 220641 320942 N/A 107160 307496 307071 307151 407178 407795 507004 207003 507017 307790 N/A N/A N/A 307192 307392 307491 307690 507058 Model 60DL ILL.... 58 . 20 ......................... .. .................................................. 19 .... ....... 14 .............. ..... ........ . 33 ............ ................................................ ... 47 ................ ... 54 . ............ PART NO..... .............. 407997 107006 307897 507383 107012 407182 407178 N/A N/A N/A N/A 307287 307288 207006 407196 307295 407796 307269 307369 320798 307497 407895 407895 407285 407599 307198 220939 321091 316145 407444 207173 407094 407179 307075 407200 407178 407252 205021 305497 507022 307023 520041 330442 214142 107260 307496 307071 307151 407178 407795 507004 207003 407838 N/A N/A N/A N/A 307192 307392 307491 307690 507858 Model 60SS ILL........ 53 ......... NO............. .......................... ..... 15 .. ......... 4 ..... PART NO... .. .. NO...................... ....................................... .... .................... .............. **45 ................................. ......... ........ ............ 52 . ... . 25 .. ............ ................... ........ . ......... 6 .. ....... ........... ... .. ... ............ ...... . ........ ......... . . 49 ..

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