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A Craftsman Model 247.29930 Rear Tine Tiller
Reverse Lever makes machine go forward and reverse goes forward!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted April 09, 2011
Dezeray S, April 09, 2011
having this happen to your tool can be really concerning. while you are waiting on an expert to answer your question, a suggestion i have is to visit sears home services website to set service with a sears technician. i have attached the link below. hope this helps!
Mark T , April 11, 2011
thank you for your question.
i am sorry you are having a problem with your tiller. i have looked up the model number you have submitted. i suspect the forward and reverse cables have been connected backwards. i have provided you with an image below showing how the cables should be connected. please view the image and double check the cable connections. if the cables are fine, i would recommend checking the cables on the other end.
i hope this is helpful. please reply below with more details if you need further assistance.
here is a link to order any parts you need. sears parts direct .
if you do not feel confident repairing this problem yourself, then you can have it repaired by a sears technician. here is a link that will provide the nearest drop-off locations: sears home services .
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Mickey, May 28, 2013
i just purchased a craftsman tiller model 29930 with counter rotating tines. my tiller seems to be in reverse when the tines are engaged. i have to push it along. the tines only take less than 1 inch of soil of the surface regardless of the depth setting. it just skins of the grass. when i pull the reverse lever the tiller surges forward rapidly even when i the idle position. it will out run me when the engine is set to idle when the reverse lever is pulled. this is a personal safety issue. i was sold a floor model that was pre-assembled. i was handed a manila envelope with copies printed of a personal computer for a users manual.
Mark T , June 02, 2013
mickey, i am sorry you are having a problem with the new tiller. i suspect the problem with the tiller is the shifter and/or the shifter rod is not shifting the transmission, as it should. seeing as this unit is new, i recommend having it serviced. the technician will be able to quickly diagnose the problem and fix it for you. even though the unit was a floor model, it should have the same warranty against manufacturer defects. please call 1-800-469-4663 to find out how to receive service in your area. i hope this is helpful. please let me know if you need further assistance. thank you for using manage my life mark