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TABLE OF CONTENTS
WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SAFETY RULES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INTERNATIONAL PICTORIALS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PARTS BAG – CONTENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO INSTALL THE SEAT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE STEERING WHEEL . . . . . . . . . . . . MAINTENANCE FREE BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO INSTALL THE BATTERY CABLES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . IMPORTANT! BEFORE YOU START MOWING . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO PREPARE THE ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK THE LEVEL OF THE MOWER HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . CHECK THE TIRES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MAINTENANCE CHART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO CHECK THE MUFFLER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO REMOVE AND INSTALL THE BLADE . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO SHARPEN THE BLADE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO ADJUST THE BLADE ROTATION CONTROL . . . . . HOW TO CHECK AND ADJUST THE DRIVE BRAKE . . . . . . . HOW TO CHECK AND ADJUST THE CLUTCH . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO ADJUST THE SHIFT LEVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MAINTENANCE FREE BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO CHARGE THE BATTERY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . WHERE TO LUBRICATE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO CHECK THE FUEL FILTER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CHECK THE TIRES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO REMOVE THE MOWER HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO INSTALL THE MOWER HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO LEVEL THE MOWER HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO REPLACE THE MOTION DRIVE BELT . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO REPLACE THE MOWER DRIVE BELT . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO INSTALL THE WHEELS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO REPLACE THE FUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO REPLACE THE LIGHT BULB . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO CLEAN THE MOWER HOUSING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . STORAGE (OVER 30 DAYS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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OPERATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LOCATION OF CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ATTACHMENTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO USE THE THROTTLE CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO USE THE BLADE ROTATION CONTROL . . . . . . . . . HOW TO USE THE SHIFT LEVER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO SET THE PARKING BRAKE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO CHANGE THE CUTTING HEIGHT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO STOP THE UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO TRANSPORT THE UNIT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO OPERATE WITH THE MOWER HOUSING . . . . . . . . HOW TO OPERATE THE UNIT ON HILLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO START THE ENGINE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OPERATING TIPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . MOWING AND BAGGING TIPS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HOW TO ORDER REPAIR PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PARTS LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . SLOPE GUIDE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . INDEX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . LAWN TRACTOR ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Murray, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that this unit shall be free from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of Two (2) Years from the date of purchase; however, this warranty does not cover engines, accessories (such as snow blowers, snow blades, grass baggers and plows), transmissions, batteries and Normal Wear Parts (except as noted below) or transaxles as the companies that manufacture these items furnish their own warranties and provide service through their authorized field service facilities. For additional information, see the warranties covering these particular parts. If you are uncertain whether your unit contains or is equipped with one or more of these parts, consult your dealer prior to purchase. Subject to the terms and conditions noted in this Limited Warranty, we shall, at our option, repair or replace at no cost to the original purchaser any part covered by this Limited Warranty during the applicable warranty period. In the event the battery proves defective within ninety (90) days from the date of purchase, we will replace it without charge. If the battery proves defective after (90) days but within one hundred twenty (120) days from the date of purchase, we will replace it for a charge of one half (1/2) of the retail price of the battery in effect at the time of return. Normal Wear Parts are defined as belts, blades, blade adapters, pneumatic tires, headlights and seat covers. These parts are warranted to be free from defects in material and workmanship as delivered with the product. Any claim for repair or replacement of Normal Wear Parts must be made within thirty (30) days of the date of purchase. No claims involving damage caused from material use, abuse or misuse will be honored. This Murray, Inc. Two (2) Year Limited Warranty is your exclusive remedy; however, this warranty is void or does not apply to any unit that has been tampered with, altered, misused, abused or used for rental or other commercial and/or professional (non–homeowner) uses. Your warranty does not cover minor mechanical adjustments which are not due to any defect in material or workmanship. For assistance in making such adjustments, consult your Instruction Book. To make a claim under this Murray, Inc. Two (2) Year Limited Warranty, return the unit (or if authorized in advance, the defective part) along with your proof of purchase to an Authorized Service Center near you. To locate the nearest Authorized Service Center, call the Central Parts Distributor for your area shown in the list provided with your unit or check the Yellow Page listings in your local telephone directory. If you return the entire unit, we will repair the unit. If we authorize the return of the defective part only, we will either replace or repair the part. In the case of a defect in a transmission or differential (as distinguished from a transaxle), the entire transmission or differential must be returned since they do not include user serviceable parts. This Murray, Inc. Two (2) Year Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. This Limited Warranty is given in lieu of all other expressed and implied warranties including the implied warranty of merchantability and warranty of fitness for a particular purpose. If you need additional information on this written warranty or assistance in obtaining service, write or call: MURRAY, INC., Outdoor Power Equipment, Customer Service Department, P.O. Box 268, Brentwood, Tennessee 37027. (1–800–251–8007)
MURRAY, INC. Two Year Limited Warranty
This instruction book is for several different models. The instructions are written for a person with some mechanical ability. Like most service books, not all the steps are described. Steps on how to loosen or tighten fasteners are steps anyone can follow with some mechanical ability. Read and follow these instructions before you use the unit. Know your product: If you understand the unit and how the unit operates, you will get the best performance. As you read this manual, compare the illustrations to the unit. Learn the location and the function of the controls. To help prevent an accident, follow the operating instructions and the safety rules. Keep this manual for future reference. IMPORTANT: Many units are not assembled and are sold in cartons. It is the responsibility of the owner to make sure the assembly instructions in this manual are exactly followed. Other units are purchased in an assembled condition. On assembled units, it is the responsibility of the owner to make sure the unit is correctly assembled. The owner must carefully check the unit according to the instructions in this manual before it is first used.
Engine Exhaust, some of its constituents, and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Battery posts, terminals and related accessories contain lead and lead compounds, chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. WASH HANDS AFTER HANDLING.
The responsibility of the owner is to follow the instructions below.
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RESPONSIBILITY OF THE OWNER
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Do not fill the engine’s fuel tank completely full. Drain fuel for off–season storage. Use only unleaded gasoline. Service the air cleaner regularly. Change oil regularly. Use 10W–30 oil in summer. Tune–up the engine regularly. Keep equipment in efficient operating condition. Dispose of used engine oil properly.
Carefully read and follow the rules for safe operation. Follow all the assembly instructions. Inspect the unit. Make sure that the operator of the unit knows how to correctly use all standard and accessory equipment. Operate the unit only with guards, shields, and other safety items in place and working correctly. Correctly adjust the unit. Service the unit only with authorized or approved replacement parts. Complete all maintenance on the unit.
Safe Operation Practices for Ride–on Mowers WARNING: This cutting machine is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwing objects. Failure to observe the following safety instructions could result in serious injury or death.
I. General operation
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Read, understand and follow all instructions in the Instruction Book, on the machine, the engine and with any attachments before starting. Only allow responsible adults, who are familiar with the instructions, to operate the machine. Clear the area of objects such as rocks, toys, wire, etc., which could be picked up and thrown by the blade. Be sure the area is clear of other people before mowing. Stop the machine if anyone enters the area. Never carry passengers. Turn off power to the blades or any attachments before backing up. Do not mow in reverse unless absolutely necessary. Always look down and behind before and while backing. Be aware of the mower discharge direction and do not point it at anyone. Do not operate the mower without either the entire grass bagger or the mower guard in place. Slow down before turning. Never leave a machine unattended with the engine running. Always turn off the blade(s), set the parking brake, stop the engine and remove the key before dismounting. Turn off power to attachment(s) when transporting or not in use. Turn off the blade(s) when not mowing. Stop the engine before removing the grass bagger or unclogging the chute. Mow only in daylight or good artificial light. Do not operate the machine while under the influence of alcohol or drugs or when very tired. Watch for traffic when operating near or crossing roadways. Use extra caution when loading or unloading the machine into a trailer or truck. Disengage all attachment clutches and shift into Neutral before attempting to start the engine. Always wear goggles, safety glasses, or an eye shield when you operate the unit to protect your eyes from foreign objects that can be thrown from the unit. Always wear eye protection when you make an adjustment or repair to the machine. Use care when pulling loads or using heavy equipment. a. Use only approved drawbar hitch points. 3
b. Limit loads to those you can safely control. c. Do not turn sharply. Use care when backing. d. Use counterweights or wheel weights when suggested in the Instruction Book. 19. Do not operate this machine if you are taking drugs or other medication which can cause drowsiness or affect your ability to operate this machine. 20. Do not use this machine if you are mentally or physically unable to operate this machine safely. 21. Data indicates that operators, age 60 years and above, are involved in a large percentage of riding mower related injuries. These operators should evaluate their ability to operate a riding mower safely enough to protect themselves and others from serious injury.
II. Slope operation
Slopes and rough terrain are major factors related to loss–of–control and tip–over accidents, which can result in severe injury or death. ALL slopes require extra caution. If you cannot back up the slope or if you feel uneasy on the slope, do not mow it. See the “Slope Guide” in the back of this book to check for safe operation.
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Mow up and down slopes, not across. Remove obstacles such as rocks, limbs, etc... Watch for holes, ruts or bumps. Uneven terrain could overturn the machine. Tall grass can hide obstacles. Use slow speed. Choose a low enough gear so that you will not have to stop or shift while on the slope. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for wheel weights or counterweights to improve stability. Use extra care with grass baggers or other attachments, they can change the stability of the machine. Keep all movement on the slopes slow and gradual. Do not make sudden changes in speed or direction. Avoid starting or stopping on a slope. If tires lose traction, turn off the blades and proceed slowly straight down the slope. Do not turn on slopes unless absolutely necessary, then only turn slowly and gradually downhill, if possible. Do not mow drop–offs, ditches or embankments. A wheel over the edge or an edge caving in could cause a sudden overturn and an injury or death. Do not mow on wet grass. Reduced traction could cause sliding. Do not try to stabilize the machine by putting your foot on the ground. Do not use a grass bagger or other rear mounted accessories on steep slopes (greater than 10 degrees).
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Tragic accidents can occur if the operator is not alert to the presence of children. Children are often attracted to the machine and the mowing activity. NEVER assume that children will remain where you last saw them. 1. Keep children out of the mowing area and in the watchful care of another responsible adult. 2. Be alert and turn the engine off if children enter the area. 3. Before and when backing, look behind and down for small children. 4. Never carry children or any passengers, even with the blades off. They may fall off and be seriously injured or interfere with the safe operation of the machine. 5. Never allow children to operate the machine. Instruct children in the potential dangers of the machine. 6. Use extra care when approaching blind corners, shrubs, trees or other objects that may obscure vision. Use extra care when handling gasoline and other fuels. Fuels are flammable and the vapors are explosive. a. Use only an approved container. b. Never remove the gas cap or add fuel with the engine running. Allow the engine to cool for several minutes before refueling. Do not smoke. c. Never refuel the machine indoors. d. Never store the machine with fuel in the tank or fuel container inside where there is an open flame, such as a water heater. 2. Never start or run the engine inside a closed area. 3. Keep all nuts and bolts, especially the blade attachment nuts tight. Frequently check the blade(s) for wear or damage such as cracks and nicks. A blade that is bent or damaged must be immediately replaced with an original equipment blade from an authorized service dealer. For safety, replace the blade every two years. Keep the equipment in good condition. 4. Never tamper with the safety devices. Check their proper operation regularly. 5. To reduce fire hazards, keep the machine free of grass, leaves or other debris build–up. Clean up oil or fuel spills. Allow the machine to cool before storing. 6. Stop and inspect the equipment if you strike an object. Repair, if necessary, before restarting. 7. Never make adjustments or repairs with the engine running. The carburetor can be adjusted with the engine running. Do not change the engine governor settings or over–speed the engine. 8. Grass bagger components are subject to wear, damage and deterioration, which could expose moving parts or allow objects to be thrown. For storage, always make sure the grass bag is empty. Frequently check components and replace with manufacturer’s recommended parts when necessary. 9. Mower blade(s) are sharp and can cut. Wrap the blade(s) or wear gloves and use extra caution when servicing them or the blade housing area. 10. Check the brake operation frequently. Adjust and service as required. 11. Wait for all movement to stop before servicing any part of the unit. Look for this symbol to indicate important safety precautions. This symbol indicates: “Attention! Become Alert! Your Safety Is At Risk.”
SAFE MOWING GUIDE
Each person that operates power equipment must learn to use correct and safe mowing procedures. To help you learn, carefully read the following pages. Most of the time the operator was not correctly shown or did not read the instructions on the unit or in the Instruction Book before using the unit. Also, some operators do not have enough experience. The result is unsafe use, endangering the operator, bystanders and the equipment. Another result can be a poor appearance of the area mowed. Read this book. Read the instructions on the unit. Operate the mower according to the Safe Mowing Guide. Follow all safety rules, cautions or warnings in this book and on the unit. Make sure anyone that uses the unit reads the instructions and is told how to safely operate the mower. controls and how they work. In an emergency, how fast you can stop the blade is important. Learn how to control the mower at all times. Many engines are started by hand. When you use a pull start or rope start, place your feet apart and away from the blade(s). Hold the rope handle tight. Never wrap the rope around your arm or fingers for a “better grip”. To start the engine, follow the instructions on the mower, in this book and in the engine operating instructions. For electric start engines, sit in the seat to start the engine. The battery can be dangerous. Follow the instructions on the battery, the acid container, and in this book when working with the battery. Even small batteries have enough voltage to cause an injury. Always be careful. The mower is designed to be operated by one person. Never let another person ride with you on the unit or on any accessories. A passenger will make the unit harder to control, block the visibility or distract the operator and is dangerous to the operator, the passenger and the equipment. Without a passenger seat, the passenger can fall from the mower or contact dangerous parts. A mower is not a toy for showing off or for giving rides.
The blade of a power mower rotates very fast. It can discharge rocks and other objects over a long distance which can be dangerous. The force of the objects can break windows, cause injuries or even put an eye out. Most of the time the injury is to a person, like a child. Keep every person completely away from the area to be mowed. Make sure the grass is not discharged toward anyone. Planning your mowing pattern has a double advantage. It can decrease the possibility of an injury and make the clean up after mowing easier.
The mower will give you good service and durability, if operated in normal conditions. If the mower is not correctly serviced or is used where the terrain is rough or unsuitable, product performance and safety will be decreased. Correct clothing is an important part of safe mowing. Safety glasses will protect the eyes from objects discharged by the mower. Safety shoes with steel plates can protect a foot from injury by the blade. For protection from objects discharged from the mower, wear clothing that will cover the arms and legs.
Never cut a wet lawn. Wet grass can cause an accident, affect mower performance and can cause problems with future lawn growth and appearance. Wet grass is slippery and can cause the mower to slip. Someone can get injured by touching the blade(s). Wet grass tends to clog the mower, causing poor discharge. Cut wet grass will collect on the lawn, retarding the growth of the grass. Also, getting the mower wet will cause parts to rust and decrease the life of the unit. When you look over the lawn, remember obstacles that cannot be removed, like pipes, stumps or rocks. Keep away from these obstacles that can cause damage to the mower or injury to the operator or a person near the mower. Clear the area of rocks, toys, wire or other loose objects. These items can damage the mower or can be discharged by the mower blade. 5
Check the terrain of the area to be mowed. Mow in a pattern that will keep you away from dangerous areas. Check the distance you need to stop and the distance available to turn. Slopes and rough terrain must be mowed carefully and some areas must not be mowed at all. With riding mowers, mow up and down the hill. When you must mow rough terrain or on slopes, never change directions or change gears and stop in these areas only in an emergency. Before you ride up or down a slope, try to back straight up the slope. Do not ride up or down a slope that is too steep to back straight up. See the “Guide” in the back of this Instruction Book to check any slopes.
Before you start cutting the grass, practice using the mower in a large open and level area. Learn the location of the controls on the mower. Know the purpose of the
Before you start cutting, make sure the mower was completely assembled according to the Instruction Book. If the
or not regularly serviced. throttle. the blades are made to cut while the unit is moving forward. Make sure the engine has the correct amount of oil. Keep gasoline only in an approved safety gasoline container. Before you add gasoline. Always use caution when mowing around obstacles like trees or shrubs or when moving backward. not operated correctly. and the muffler will get hot in several minutes when the engine is running. If you are tired. the result can be an explosion. Keep the mower clean to improve the performance. do not use the mower or any type of power equipment. If you mow backward. injury to you and damage to the equipment and other property. and decrease the danger of a fire. remember that children are attracted to the mower. Engine speed is a key to safe mowing and to a good looking lawn. Disengage and lower any attachment. exhaust fumes are dangerous. The maximum speed of the engine was set at the factory. do not operate the mower. use caution to prevent dehydration. Always operate the mower as if the blade is rotating. Let the engine and transmission cool before servicing the mower. of the mower. Take a short break or an accident can occur. Remove dry grass and other debris from the mower. Do not service or make an adjustment. Select the maximum engine and ground speed that is right for the terrain and the height of the grass. The most important rule to follow is always use good judgement and common sense. the cutting performance decreases. The engine. Remember.SAFE MOWING GUIDE mower was completely assembled at the store. Your mower will easily cut thick grass. while the engine is running. Only mow in a forward direction if possible. Failure to follow safety rules about gasoline will cause fires and explosions. select an Authorized Service Center for your mower. Do not change the setting of the engine governor. If the mower is to be stored for more than a few weeks. Fingers. Make sure the mower is correctly assembled and that all fasteners are tight. Stop the engine. 6 . If you add gasoline to an engine that is running or hot. Before you start the engine. When inside an enclosure. Always use the correct fuel cap. The blade cuts best when the engine is operating at maximum speed. Remember. shift lever. If you need service. it can be a new experience for the family. Never operate the engine inside a building. When you mow for several hours your reflexes will decrease and your mind will not be as alert. Your mower has a gasoline engine. If you do the work on the unit. A mower is not to be used by children or anyone not old enough. Mow safely and carefully. If you use alcohol. do not smoke. When you add gasoline to the fuel tank. help the engine and transmission run cooler. When you get a new mower. Store the gasoline container and the mower in an area that has good ventilation. Before you leave the mower. If the mower is not correctly assembled. The wrong accessory can decrease the safety of the mower and can even damage the unit. angry or not completely alert. you must still check the mower according to the assembly instructions. Set the parking brake. Remove the key. extend the life of moving parts. Injuries occur when the operator does not think and reaches into the chute opening. clutch or blade control while the engine is running. Warm gasoline will expand. Do not keep large amounts of gasoline. Gasoline is a dangerous fuel. Check these items often during the life of the mower. Also. The engine and transmission will also run cooler at maximum engine speed. Use only accessories that are factory approved for your mower. Leave some space in the fuel tank for the gasoline to expand. An accident can occur if you touch the brake. a mower is not a toy. If the temperature is hot. Before you add gasoline. except to the carburetor. remove the gasoline from the fuel tank. medication or drugs. Fires and explosions are not the only dangers when working around a mower. stop the engine and let the engine cool for several minutes. strong enough or that does not have experience. stop the engine. Never mount or dismount from the seat while the engine is running. Also. remove any gasoline from the outside of the fuel tank or from the mower. the fuel cap has a vent hole for fuel vapors. When you mow. follow the instructions in the Instruction Book. Read and follow the instructions included with the accessory and the mower. Also. transmission. Make sure you are in good condition when you mow. feet and other parts can also be cut by the blade. Your visibility is decreased when you mow backward. the mower can be dangerous. Mount and dismount from the seat on the side of the unit that is marked ENTER–EXIT. move the mower outside and add gasoline carefully. Do not touch these parts F–030745L Use only original equipment or replacement parts that are factory approved for service. Tell each person how a mower can be dangerous. keep the gasoline away from any flames like the pilot light of a furnace or any other source of ignition. do not add gasoline to the fuel tank.
stop the engine. Push the unit to a safe place before you begin mowing again. Safe and careful use of the mower will give you many safe hours of problem free use. For best performance and safety. Follow the instructions in this Instruction Book. always stop the engine. Do not service the mower (except for the carburetor adjustment) while the engine is running. protect your eyes with safety glasses from the dust and from the objects discharged by the mower. The operator presence switch detects if the operator is sitting on the seat. Another way is to cut only part of the width of the mower and decrease your ground speed (not the engine) to move more slowly so that the mower can discharge the grass as it moves forward. Always keep the operator presence switch and other safety devices and controls in place and operating for your protection.SAFE MOWING GUIDE Also. check. The location of the shift lever and the shift pattern is different from that of an automobile. The maintenance schedule depends on the hours of use. Before you use the grass bagger. Some grass baggers require a special blade for best performance. For safety. Before each use of the grass bagger. If the weather conditions are bad. If you must mow at night. always disconnect the wire from the spark plug to prevent the engine from starting. If the weather conditions are extra dry. repair or replace the device before you operate the mower. or empty the grass bagger. Keep the fasteners tight. your mower is a tool that can be dangerous if it is not correctly used. It is dangerous to cut grass in the rain. make the necessary repairs. Remember. The controls on your riding mower are different from an automobile. Also. If you cut the grass with F–030745L 7 . Check the Instruction Book for more information. For you to have a good green lawn. The engine will stop if the operator leaves the seat when the blade engagement control is engaged. make sure the grass bagger is approved for use with your mower. On slopes. Frequently check the blade and the blade mounting fasteners. Use a lower height of cut in cool months when the grass is thicker. replace the blade every two years. cracked or for other damages. the brake and clutch systems are different. replace a damaged part with a replacement part approved by the factory. If you A sharp blade decreases the workload on the engine and more evenly cuts grass. Do not add oil or gasoline to the mower while on the lawn. Keep all nuts. immediately stop the engine and check for the problem. Frequently sharpen the blade for a better looking cut. If a safety device is lost. Dismount from the mower. Your mower will require regular maintenance and service. Understand the controls and how they work. Use the left side of the mower housing to trim near an object. Do not cut the grass too short. Also. It must not regularly be used to stop the engine or the blade. If you cut the grass too short you can cause the grass to become yellow or make the lawn look brown. Your mower is equipped with a number of safety devices which are important to the safety of the operator and bystanders and must never be changed or removed from the mower. Raise the height of cut in hot dry periods. Check for a blade that is bent. Raise the height of cut on the first cutting and lower the height for the next cutting. check for cracks. Remember. Before you start the engine again. do not mow. wear or deterioration. bolts and screws tight. The throttle is operated by hand and holds the engine speed constant until it is changed. Move the throttle control to the FAST position when mowing and using the grass bagger. Your unit has an electrical system that includes an operator presence switch in the seat. The blade is the most dangerous part of the mower. In high or thick grass. Correct maintenance will help the mower function safely. If the blade hits a solid object. There are other control systems on the mower for this purpose. Check the stopping distance required at different travel speeds. This operator presence switch is a safety device only. Carefully inspect the mower for damage. Always find protection in an electrical storm. Remove the wire from the spark plug. Remove the wire from the spark plug. a blade that is not sharp or at a slow engine speed you can damage the grass. damaged or no longer functions. A grass bagger is a good accessory for your mower. Remember the procedures to follow in an emergency. Learn the ground speed(s) of your mower. use a slower ground speed when using the grass bagger. It is best to mow during the day. mowing conditions can change the schedule. Spilled oil or gasoline can kill the grass. make sure there is enough light for safe operation. Also. stop cutting and finish later. If weather conditions become bad. Also. Before you start the engine. turning off the engine ignition switch will stop the blade and the drive mechanism. even with the engine stopped. a dust or a pollen mask can help. Follow the assembly and operation instructions included with the grass bagger. do not try to cut all the grass the first time. If the traction of the wheels is lost or does not feel safe. Before you service the unit. disengage all systems and stop the engine. the grass bagger will function better when the engine is operating at maximum speed. Check the turning radius of the mower. Vibration can be a warning of a problem. follow the mowing procedures below. If you change the direction or pattern of cut slightly every time you mow will make the grass grow stronger and thicker. feel new or excessive vibration. replace a damaged blade(s). decrease the ground speed and use care making sure the mower feels safe to operate. Before you attach. If you hit a large object during operation. stop the engine.
They can damage the mower or cause injury. F Pick up loose objects. F Never keep gasoline near a source of ignition. bolts and screws before you use the unit. F A hot engine. watch out for traffic. F In heavy grass. Owner’s Manual instructions are for your safety and the safety of others. WARNING: Look for this symbol to point out important safety precautions. F Do not pour gasoline into a engine that is hot or running. F Examine the mower. F On or near roads. leaves. It means: “Attention! Become Alert! Your Safety Is Involved.” F–030745L 8 . F Instruct children and others to keep away from the work area. muffler. Remove them from the mowing area. cracked. F Lack of daylight or good artificial light is cause to stop mowing. See “Lubrication”. Wear hard shoes. Keep this book for future use and reference. Start the engine outside. F Never remove any safety related parts. A blade that is bent. Let the grass dry. or damaged must be replaced with a factory replacement blade. F Inclines and slopes must be carefully mowed. Clean off grass. F Instruct children to leave the mower alone. not sandals or tennis shoes. F Exhaust fumes are dangerous. F Examine the blade. IMPORTANT––Read the Instruction Book. F When storing the mower for an extended period. the blade. Disconnect the spark plug wire. Do not touch. F Lubricate according to the Instruction Book. F Make sure the mower is not kept near a source of ignition. F Foreign material on the mower is dangerous. Stop the engine to remove clogged grass from the mower. F Make sure all safety devices are in place and working correctly. Look back before changing direction of travel. It is not a toy. F When mowing. Direct discharge away from roads. and the instructions with any attachments. See the “Guide” in the back of this book to check a slope. Gas fumes can cause an explosion. F Read and follow the Owner’s Manual. and transmission will cause a burn. Keep gasoline away from children. and other parts for damage after hitting a foreign object or if the unit vibrates excessively. F Never cut the grass without good light. F Wet grass can be dangerous. AFTER MOWING F Always let the mower cool before storing in an enclosed area. remove the fuel from the fuel tank. F Tighten all loose nuts. F Empty and clean any grass catcher or other accessory. Always use an approved container. the instructions with the engine. F Remove the key or disconnect the spark plug wire to prevent unauthorized use.STEPS TO FOLLOW BEFORE MOWING F Be sure to dress correctly. grease and oil before storing. Clean off spilled fuel. avoid areas where traction is unsure. WHILE MOWING F Watch for fixed objects and avoid them. F Fill the fuel tank outside. raise the cutting height. F Operation of the mower is only for a person that has experience. F Do not make adjustments or repairs without stopping the engine. F Only original parts or factory approved substitutes can be used to service the mower. Cut slower.
Read User Instructions Before Operating This Machine. IMPORTANT: Read Owner’s Manual Before Operating This Machine. learn and understand the purpose for each pictorial. Keep Bystanders Away. 11 DANGER: Keep Feet And Hands Away From Rotating Blade. Safety Warning Pictorials 1 2 3 4 Warning Shield Eyes. WARNING: Thrown Objects. Get Medical Help Fast. No Sparks. 13 DANGER: Disconnect Spark Plug Wire Before Servicing Unit. WARNING: Do Not Use This Machine On Slopes Greater Than 15 Degrees. Before you operate the unit. 14 WARNING: Hot Surface. Explosive Gases Can Cause Blindness Or Injury. DANGER: Keep People. 5 6 7 Flush Eyes Immediately With Water. Away From Unit. 12 DANGER: Keep Hands Away From Rotating Blade.INTERNATIONAL PICTORIALS INTERNATIONAL PICTORIALS IMPORTANT: Some of the following pictorials are located on your unit or on literature supplied with the product. 16 WARNING: Crushed Fingers. 10 DANGER: No Step. Especially Children. Sulphuric Acid Can Cause Blindness Or Severe Burns 8 9 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 MAX + 90N MAX + 150N 15 16 Control And Operating Pictorials 1 2 3 4 5 Engine Lights Engine Engine Engine Start Stop Stop Run 6 7 8 9 Brake Parking Brake Clutch Slow 11 Choke 12 Oil 13 Blade Rotation Control 14 Raise 15 Fuel 10 Fast 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 F–030745L 11 12 13 9 14 15 . Flames or Smoking. 15 WARNING: Use Caution When Connecting Or Disconnecting Accessories.
The quantity is shown in brackets ( ).ASSEMBLY ASSEMBLY Read and follow the assembly and adjustment instructions for your mower. 2x82 (2) Carriage Bolt 14x79 (2) Wing Nut 25x3 (1) Bolt 1001054 (2) Knob 17x47 (2) Washer 17x146 (1) Washer F–030745L 10 . left and right describe the location of a part with the operator on the seat. PARTS BAG – CONTENTS The fasteners and other loose parts are shown below. All fasteners are in the parts bag. NOTE: In this instruction book. The fasteners are shown full size. remove the wire from the spark plug. Do not discard any parts or material until the unit is assembled. WARNING: Before doing any assembly or maintenance to the mower.
2. 2. Use the fasteners shown above to secure the steering wheel. The fasteners are shown at full size. Make sure the front wheels point forward. 3. Steering Post Figure 2 F–030745L 11 . Seat Seat Hinge Seat Adjusting Hole (A) 1001054 (B) 17x47 B A NOTE: Fasteners may be attached to seat for shipping purposes. Carefully remove the plastic bag from the seat. Fasten the seat to the seat hinge with the fasteners as shown. Slide the cover over the steering post (Figure 2). 3. loosen the two wing bolts. if so remove fasteners before proceeding. Slide the steering wheel onto the steering post. 4. Figure 1 HOW TO ASSEMBLE THE STEERING WHEEL Attach the steering wheel as follows: Hub Cover A C (A) 25x3 (C) 17x146 1. DO NOT over tighten. Use the fasteners shown below to install the seat. Remove adhesive backing from hub cover (found in parts bag) and place hub cover over hub. The fasteners are shown at full size. Slide the seat forward or backward along the seat adjusting holes as shown. Align the holes in the seat hinge to the holes in the seat (Figure 1).ASSEMBLY HOW TO INSTALL THE SEAT 1. Tighten the screw. Check the operating position of the seat. Tighten the wing bolts (A). If the seat needs to be adjusted. Steering Wheel Cover 5.
2. If you do not have a battery charger. 1. Make sure the positive (+) terminal is on the left side. If the battery is put into service before the battery date. Positive (+) Terminal B Red Cable A Battery Black Cable Battery Tray A Figure 3 F–030745L 12 . Use a 12 volt battery charger to charge the battery. Fasten the red cable to the positive (+) terminal with the fasteners as shown (Figure 3). Remove the protective caps from the battery terminals. If the battery is put into service after the battery date. 1. See “How To Charge The Maintenance Free Battery”. 1. do not smoke. See “How To Install The Battery Cables”. (A) 2x82 (B) 14x79 Remove the protective caps from the battery terminals. the battery must be charged. 2. the battery cables can be attached without charging the battery. Install the battery and battery tray. 3. The fasteners are shown at full size. 3. 2. check the battery date. The battery date tells if the battery must be charged. Keep the battery away from any sparks. Remove the battery and battery tray. 3.ASSEMBLY MAINTENANCE FREE BATTERY IMPORTANT: Before you attach the battery cables to the battery. have an authorized service center charge the battery. Use the fasteners shown below to install the battery cables. The fumes from the battery acid can cause an explosion. Check the top of the battery for the location of the battery date (Figure 3). 4. fasten the red cable to the positive (+) terminal before you connect the black cable. Charge at a rate of 6 amperes for one hour. HOW TO CHARGE THE MAINTENANCE FREE BATTERY WARNING: When you charge the battery. Fasten the black cable to the negative (–) terminal with the fasteners as shown. HOW TO INSTALL THE BATTERY CABLES WARNING: To prevent sparks.
see the instructions on “How To Level The Mower Housing” in the Maintenance section of this instruction book. If a spark arrester is used. HOW TO PREPARE THE ENGINE NOTE: The engine was shipped from the factory filled with oil. Always use a safety gasoline container. read the information on safety. IMPORTANT: This unit is equipped with an internal combustion engine and must not be used on or near any unimproved forest–covered. . Tires with too much air pressure will cause the unit to ride rough. local law requires the use of a resistor spark plug to control the ignition signals. left and right describe the location of a part with the operator on the seat. do not fill with gasoline. The tires were over inflated for shipment. F–030745L 13 . In some areas. it must be maintained in effective working order by the operator. stop the engine. NOTE: Actual sustained horsepower will likely be lower due to operating limitations and environmental factors. NOTE: In this instruction book. WARNING: Before doing any assembly or maintenance to the mower. maintenance. Do not smoke when adding gasoline to the engine.Check the air pressure of the tires. . Also. Other states may have similar laws. the wrong air pressure will keep the mower housing from cutting level. See the engine manufacturer’s instructions for the type of gasoline and oil to use. Let the engine cool for several minutes. .Check the level of the mower housing.Check the engine oil. Check the level of the oil. and storage. operation. . Before you use the unit. Add oil as needed. remove the wire from the spark plug.Make sure the battery cables are attached. look at the area that was cut. brush–covered or grass–covered land unless the engine’s exhaust system is equipped with a spark arrester meeting applicable local or state laws (if any). Before you add gasoline. WARNING: Follow the engine manufacturer’s instructions for the type of gasoline and oil to use. In the State of California the above is required by law (Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code). See an Authorized Service Center for a resistor spark plug for the engine. Federal laws apply on federal lands. If the mower housing does not cut level. CHECK THE LEVEL OF THE MOWER HOUSING Make sure the level of cut is still correct. CHECK THE TIRES Check the air pressure in the tires. After you mow a short distance. The correct air pressure (PSI) is 14 PSI (1 BAR).ASSEMBLY IMPORTANT! BEFORE YOU START MOWING . When inside an enclosure.Fill the fuel tank with gasoline. See an Authorized Service Center for a spark arrester for the muffler.
SHIFT LEVER: Use the shift lever to change the speed of the unit. HEADLIGHT SWITCH: The headlight switch is the first part of the ignition switch. The first function is a clutch. CLUTCH / BRAKE PEDAL: The pedal has two functions. LIFT LEVER: Use the lift lever to change the height of cut. PARKING BRAKE LEVER: Use the parking brake lever to engage the brake when you leave the unit. To use the lights with the engine running. F–030745L 14 . turn the key to the position for the lights. IGNITION SWITCH: the engine. Use the ignition switch to start and stop THROTTLE CONTROL LEVER: Use the throttle control lever to increase or decrease the speed of the engine.OPERATION Blade Rotation Control Throttle Control Lever Clutch / Brake Pedal Shift Lever Lift Lever Figure 4 LOCATION OF CONTROLS BLADE ROTATION CONTROL: Use the blade rotation control to start and stop the rotation of the blade. The second function is a brake.
If the unit is not stopped. HOW TO USE THE SHIFT LEVER To change the forward speed or the direction of the unit. deflector opening. The FAST position is marked with a detent. 1. Disengage Position Blade Rotation Control Engage Position Figure 5 HOW TO USE THE THROTTLE CONTROL Use the throttle control to increase or decrease the speed of the engine. See the attachment page in this book. and the mower housing when the engine runs. We have included a slope guide in this book to help you determine the slope on which you will be operating your unit. CAUTION: Before you move the shift lever. move the throttle control to the FAST position. 1. Keep your foot on the pedal. Before you ride the unit across a sidewalk or a road. a lawn aerator. F–030745L . 4. This unit can not use attachments that engage the ground like a plow. WARNING: Always keep your hands and feet away from the blade. the seat switch is not activated. 2. or a cultivator. follow the steps below. Move the throttle control lever to the SLOW position. 5. This unit can pull attachments like a lawn sweeper. Move the blade rotation control to the ENGAGE position to rotate the blade(s). For maximum charging of the battery and for a cooler running engine. To go backward. Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position to stop the blade(s). a disk harrow. HOW TO USE THE BLADE ROTATION CONTROL Use the blade rotation control to engage the blade(s) (Figure 5). the maximum gross weight is 250 pounds. make sure the blade(s) has stopped rotating. the gearbox can be damaged. The engine governor is set at the factory for maximum performance. Before you leave the operator’s position. 4. Do not operate on a slope that is greater than 10 degrees when using a pull–behind attachment or trailer. move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position. For normal operation and when using a grass bagger. To go forward. Never allow someone to stand or ride on or in an attachment or trailer. Do not adjust the governor to increase the speed of the engine. Completely push the clutch/brake pedal forward to stop the unit. move the shift lever to a forward speed setting. 3. make sure the blade rotation control is in the DISENGAGE position. 2. 15 FUNCTION Trimming Snow Thrower Bagging Grass Mulching Grass Normal Mowing Easy Mowing Snow Blade Transport Attachments SHIFT LEVER 5 Speeds 1 1 or 2 THROTTLE FAST 1 or 2 2 or 3 3 or 4 CHOKE FAST SLOW 5 * THROTTLE * See the Instruction Book for the Attachment. completely push the clutch/brake pedal forward to stop the unit. 3. move the shift lever to reverse.OPERATION ATTACHMENTS This unit can use many different attachments. Gross weight is the weight of the attachment or trailer and any load that might be on or in it. Make sure you sit in the middle of the seat. Before you start the engine. 2. Do not keep your foot on the pedal. For trailer and pull–behind attachments or trailers. 1. a hopper spreader or a small trailer. NOTE: If the engine stops when you engage the blade(s). Move the throttle control to the FAST position. operate the engine in the FAST position. Slowly release the clutch/brake pedal.
6. 3. Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position 2. To stop the engine. 2. Remove your foot from the clutch/brake pedal and then release the parking brake lever. Make sure the parking brake will hold the unit. Completely push the clutch/brake pedal forward to stop the unit. Remove the key. Completely push the clutch/brake pedal forward. Raise the lift lever to the highest position. Move the lift lever forward to lower the mower housing and back to raise the mower housing (Figure 7). 4. 2. move the shift lever to a faster speed. 4. 16 . 1. Move the throttle control to a position between SLOW and FAST.OPERATION HOW TO SET THE PARKING BRAKE 1. WARNING: Before you leave the operator’s position. 3. Stop the engine and remove the ignition key. Set the parking brake. 1. 5. To release the parking brake. 4. Move the shift lever to the NEUTRAL position. The parking brake will automatically release. To go faster. move the shift lever to the neutral (N) position. WARNING: Make sure the parking brake will hold the unit. completely push the clutch/brake pedal forward. Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position. Move the throttle control to the SLOW position. move the lift lever to the highest position and move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position. Lift the parking brake lever (Figure 6). raise or lower the lift lever as follows. Lift Lever Figure 7 HOW TO STOP THE UNIT 1. turn the ignition key to the OFF position. When you ride on a sidewalk or road. follow the steps below. Parking Brake Figure 6 HOW TO CHANGE THE CUTTING HEIGHT To change the cutting height. 2. Keep your foot on the pedal. HOW TO TRANSPORT THE UNIT To transport the unit. Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position. Set the parking brake. F–030745L 3.
see the instructions on “How To Level The Mower Housing” in the Maintenance section. If you need to go faster or slower. IMPORTANT: When you operate with the mower housing. 5. Slowly release the clutch/brake pedal. replace the deflector with an original equipment part from an authorized service center. If the mower housing does not cut level. Do not remove the deflector. If you operate in the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT position. Move the throttle control to the SLOW position. always have enough space for the unit to roll when you release the brake and engage the clutch. F–030745L 17 . quickly push the clutch/brake pedal forward and set the parking brake. CAUTION: Do not operate with the mower housing in the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT position. HOW TO OPERATE THE UNIT ON HILLS WARNING: Do not ride up or down slopes that are too steep to back straight up.OPERATION HOW TO OPERATE WITH THE MOWER HOUSING WARNING: The deflector is a safety device. If you must stop. Make sure the level of cut is still correct. See the “Slope Guide” in the back of this book for information on how to check slopes. stop the unit and move the shift lever to another speed setting. 1. After you mow a short distance. Before you ride up or down a hill. 5. Never ride the unit across a slope. If the deflector is damaged. 2. 8. If you must stop or start on a hill. 7. Move the lift lever to a height of cut position. NOTE: When you mow in heavy grass or mow with a bagger. 1. Slowly release the pedal. 4. make sure the shift lever is in the slowest speed. look at the area that was cut. When on a slope or in a turn on a hill. 9. 6. always select a safe speed. Push the clutch/brake pedal completely forward. 4. 3. Move the shift lever to one of the speed settings. the mower housing and blades can be damaged. Do not stop or change speed settings on a hill. Start the engine. 2. move the throttle control to the SLOW position to help prevent an accident. Move the throttle control to the FAST position. Always keep the deflector in the down position. move the shift lever to the slowest speed. put the shift lever in the slowest speed. To start again. The deflector forces the discharged material toward the ground. In high or thick grass. cut the grass in the highest position first and then lower the mower housing to a lower position. Be very careful when you change directions on a hill. Move the throttle control to the SLOW position. Slowly move the blade rotation control to the ENGAGE position. WARNING: For better control of the unit. always operate with the throttle control in the FAST position. 3.
OPERATION BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE CHECK THE OIL NOTE: The engine was shipped from the factory filled with oil. see the engine manufacturer’s instructions. After storage. The engine has a loss of power or does not run smooth. 2. Move the throttle control completely forward to the CHOKE or FAST position. To start a hot engine. will attract moisture and cause acid deposits during storage. add oil until the oil reaches the FULL mark on the dipstick. move the throttle control to a position between FAST and SLOW. Some models have a separate choke knob. Check the oil. While the unit is in storage. Before you add gasoline. 5. These components tell the electrical system if the operator is sitting on the seat. The engine is operated above 4. the acids in the fuel can damage the fuel system. NOTE: The engine will not start unless you depress the clutch/brake pedal or engage the parking brake and move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position. 3. Push the clutch/brake pedal completely forward. Let the engine run until the fuel lines and the carburetor are empty. NOTE: Do not check the level of the oil while the engine runs. 7. empty the fuel system before storage of 30 days or longer as follows. Pull the choke knob to the full CHOKE position. Slowly move the throttle control to the SLOW position. See the storage instructions for additional information. The carburetor was adjusted at 80 degrees at the factory. Fuel Tank Full CARBURETOR The factory settings for the carburetor are for most conditions. Release the key when the engine starts. see the TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART. 3. If necessary. Follow the procedure in the engine manufacturer’s instructions. 4. 1. If the engine is operated under the following conditions. A change from summer to winter operation. 1. 2. A 40 degree change in the operation temperature. Never use engine cleaner or carburetor cleaner in the fuel tank or permanent damage can occur. Turn the ignition key to the START position. 3. 6. Check the level of the oil. Begin work when the engine is warm.000 feet. Make sure the unit is level. Do not smoke when adding gasoline to the fuel tank. The quantity of oil needed from ADD to FULL is shown on the dipstick. Make sure the gasoline is fresh and clean. stop the engine and let the engine cool for several minutes. 2. See the engine manufacturer’s instructions for the type of gasoline and oil to use. CAUTION: A mixture of alcohol (ethanol or methanol) and gasoline (called gasohol). 4. Make sure the blade rotation control is in the DISENGAGE position. Drain the fuel tank. To prevent engine problems with the fuel system. 1. make sure you use fresh fuel. 4. Do not add too much oil. To adjust the carburetor. 2. 1. Do not add gasoline when you are inside an enclosure. Leaded gasoline will increase deposits and shorten the life of the valves. For your protection. ADD GASOLINE WARNING: Always use a safety gasoline container. Start the engine. you can adjust the carburetor mixture. HOW TO START THE ENGINE WARNING: The electrical system has an operator presence system that includes a sensor switch for the seat. Keep your foot on the pedal. Fill the fuel tank with regular unleaded gasoline. NOTE: If the engine does not start after four or five tries. This system will stop the engine when the operator leaves the seat if the blade rotation control is engaged or if the transmission is engaged. 3. always make sure this system operates correctly. Do not use premium unleaded gasoline. Let a cold engine run for several minutes. Add oil as needed. F–030745L 18 . Move the shift lever to the neutral (N) position.
See the instructions on how to remove and install the motion drive and mower drive belts. This noise is normal and does not affect the operation of the unit. 11. If the grass is very high. Do not cut or bag grass that is wet. make sure the wire from the spark plug is disconnected. 7. The result is a more even discharge of cut grass. driveways. fences. Belt noise can occur when the blade or clutch is engaged. Let the grass dry before cutting. immediately replace the blade. 8. Before you make an inspection. 3. 3. 10. For longer life of the battery on electric start models. 6. Worn blades will cause the ends of the grass to turn brown. When you use a bagger. 12. cut two times to decrease the load on the engine. operate the engine with the throttle in FAST position and the shift lever in first or second gear. See “How To Level The Mower Housing” in the Maintenance section. check the blade. mow in the opposite direction making left turns until finished (Figure 8). When you mow large areas. Before you use the unit. the adjustment must be correct. 9. always operate the engine with the throttle in FAST position. a clean mower housing will help prevent a fire. Use the left side of the mower housing to trim near an object. check the oil in the engine and add oil if necessary. etc. 13. 2. charge the battery every three months. Wet grass will not discharge correctly. Every time you use the unit. adjustment (except for the carburetor) or repair. check the cutting level of the mower housing. For better cutting performance and a quality cut. start by turning to the right so that the cut grass will discharge away from shrubs. For better engine performance and an even discharge of the cut grass. After each use. Make sure all the belts are inside all the belt guides. For the mower housing to cut level. Keep the blade(s) sharpened. Use the shift lever to change the ground speed. 5. clean the bottom and top of the mower housing for better performance. If the blade is bent or damaged. If the engine will not start. Figure 8 F–030745L 19 . 6. mow with the shift lever in one of the slower speeds. Also. MOWING AND BAGGING TIPS 1. First cut with the mower housing in the highest position and then lower the mower housing for the second cut. Discharge the cut grass onto the mowed area. For a lawn to look better. make sure the nut for the blade is tight. Check the blade rotation control for correct adjustment. not the throttle control. Also. 5. For the blade(s) to disengage correctly. 4. 4. 2. make sure the tires have the correct amount of air pressure. 8. first make sure the wire is attached to the spark plug.OPERATION OPERATING TIPS 1. 7. After one or two rounds.
The owner’s responsibility is to maintain this product.MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE CHART PROCEDURE Blade. The torque is measured with a torque wrench. disconnect the wire to the spark plug. Check the spark plug. WARNING: Before you make an inspection. replace it with a new spark arrester. HOW TO CHECK THE MUFFLER Check the muffler every 50 hours. Remove the wire from the spark plug to prevent the engine from starting by accident. 2. adjustment. Check the fasteners. Inspect and Sharpen Blade Rotation Control. and clean the air filter once a year. If the spark arrester is worn or damaged. NOTE: Torque is measured in foot pounds (metric Nm). See your nearest authorized service center for a spark arrester. or repair to the unit. Check Tires. Check Clutch. F–030745L 20 . 4. Make sure all fasteners are tight. A worn muffler is a fire hazard and can also damage the engine. Check Battery. Make sure the muffler is correctly mounted and is not loose. This measurement describes how tight a nut or bolt must be. Clean Lubrication * * Dusty conditions every 25 hours. Follow the Maintenance section to keep the unit in good operating condition. also check the spark arrester when you check the muffler. lubricate the unit. This will extend the life of the product and is also necessary to maintain warranty coverage. drive brake. Check EACH USE FIRST 2 HOURS EVERY 25 HOURS EVERY 50 HOURS EVERY 100 HOURS BEFORE STORAGE √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √ M O W E R Brake. 3. replace with a new muffler. GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS 1. Check and Charge Battery. If the muffler is worn or burnt. If you mount a spark arrester to the muffler.
Blade Screwdriver File Blade is balanced when parallel to the ground. See if the blade is bent or damaged. Keep the nut tight. or other damage.) Nut Figure 10 HOW TO REMOVE AND INSTALL THE BLADE 1. disconnect the wire to the spark plug. replace damaged parts with original equipment parts. Check the blade. 6. Hi–Lift Edge Up Mandrel Blade Adapter Blade Belleville Washer Washer Nut Figure 9 4. A loose nut or blade can cause an accident. have an authorized service person inspect the blade or replace the old blade with an original equipment blade. 6. nicks. Keep a sharp edge on the blade. Before you operate the unit. Mount the blade so that the hi–lift edges are up. Disconnect the wire to the spark plug. Remove the nut that holds the blade (Figure 9). 10. Make sure you keep the original bevel angle. the blade will cut better and be more safe to operate. A blade that is damaged with cracks can break and cause an accident. Make sure the outside rim of the Belleville washer is against the blade (Figure 10). Fasten the blade with the original washers and nut. stop the engine. Look for cracks. Remove the mower housing. Remove the blade according to the instructions in “How To Remove And Install The Blade”. Tighten the nut that holds the blade to a torque of 35 foot pounds (47. cracks. 2. If the blade hits an object. Use a piece of wood to keep the blade from rotating. A blade that is not sharp will cause the tips of the grass to become brown. Replace a badly worn or damaged blade with an original equipment blade. Clean the blade with a brush. Frequently check the nut that holds the blade. Remove all the grass and debris. If the blade hits an object. 5. See “How To Install The Mower Housing”.5 N–m). WARNING: Always keep the nut tight that holds the blade. Assemble the blade according to the instructions “How To Remove And Install The Blade”. If you keep the blade sharp and inspect the blade for damage. 7. A new blade will cut better than a badly worn blade. See the instructions on “How To Remove The Mower Housing”. See the authorized service center in your area. have an authorized service person inspect the blade or replace the old blade with an original equipment part. 2. 3. or other damage. See an authorized service center in your area. Mount the blade and blade adapter on the mandrel (Figure 9). Install the mower housing. Check the blade adapter for damage. If the blade is upside down. Sharpen the blade with a file (Figure 11). Every three years. stop the engine. 8. the heavy end will rotate toward the ground. Check the unit for damage. See an authorized service center in your area. Blade Adapter Blade Washer Belleville Washer (Outside rim must be against the blade. HOW TO SHARPEN THE BLADE WARNING: Vibration can be caused if the blade is not correctly balanced or if the blade is damaged.MAINTENANCE INSPECT BLADE 9. Check the blade and the blade adapter according to the instructions for “Inspect Blade”. 4. Clean the top and bottom of the mower housing. Make sure the blade is balanced. 3. If the blade is not balanced. Ground Figure 11 F–030745L 21 . soap and water. Every three years. Sharpen the heavy end until the blade is balanced. WARNING: Before you inspect or remove the blade. use gloves or cloth material to protect your hands. The blade has sharp edges. A blade that is balanced will stay parallel to the ground. 5. Sharpen the blade two times a year or every 25 hours. Frequently check the blade for excessive wear. When you hold the blade. Replace a badly worn or damaged blade with an original equipment blade. 7. 1. the blade will not cut correctly and can cause an accident. Use a screwdriver and hold the blade parallel to the ground (Figure 11).
the blade rotation control must operate correctly. 10. 3. In normal usage. Mow for a short distance and again check the quality of cut. WARNING: If the brake pads do not press tightly against the pulleys. 8. DISENGAGE POSITION Move the blade rotation control to the ENGAGE position. Disconnect the wire from the spark plug. Attach the wire to the spark plug. Disconnect the blade drive spring from the blade control rod. When you move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position. Check the operation of the blade brake. 12. If necessary. Figure 14 5. replace the mower drive belt. A blade that is not sharp will cause the tips of the grass to become brown. 6. See “How To Replace The Mower Drive Belt”. Move the blade drive spring to the middle hole (Figure 13). the blade rotation control will not require an adjustment. take the unit to an authorized service center. Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position (Figure 12). Blade Control Rod Top Hole (New Belt) Middle Hole Bottom Hole Blade Drive Spring Figure 13 F–030745L 22 . Check the blade(s). Stop the engine. move the blade drive spring to the top hole (Figure 13). Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position. 11. Make sure the brake pads are pressed tightly against the pulleys (Figure 14). However. Disconnect the wire from the spark plug. 1. make the following changes. take the unit to an authorized service center. If the quality of cut has not improved. This will increase the tension on the mower drive belt. When you mow. Again check the quality of cut. Disengage Position Blade Rotation Control Engage Position Blade Brake Brake Pad Against Pulley Figure 12 4. if the cutting performance decreases or the quality of cut is poor. 2. 9. Correct replacement parts and assistance are available from an authorized service center. If you replace the mower drive belt. 7. move the blade drive spring to the bottom hole. If replacing the belt does not correct the problem. Attach the wire to the spark plug. all movement will stop within five seconds. Mow for a short distance and again check the operation of the blade rotation control. Keep a sharp edge on the blade(s). make sure the throttle control in in the FAST position. If you need assistance. If there is movement of the belt or the blades continue to rotate. If the pads are excessively worn or damaged. engage and disengage the blade rotation control five times to remove any excess rubber from a new mower drive belt. Rotate the pulleys with your hand. Stop the engine.MAINTENANCE HOW TO ADJUST THE BLADE ROTATION CONTROL WARNING: To prevent an injury. replace the brake pad assemblies. Check the pads for the blade brake. take the unit to an authorized service center.
Make sure the parking brake is set and the shift lever is in neutral (N). If the unit does not roll. Move the shift lever to the neutral (N) position. Remove the cotter pin. Hold the brake lever in place with a 1/4 inch (6 mm) pin or bolt (Figure 16). Adjust the clutch as follows. Release the parking brake. Push the unit. WARNING: Before you make an inspection. turn the hex nut in a counterclockwise direction until the unit rolls. 3. Set the parking brake. Push the unit. 4. adjust or replace the brake pads. HOW TO CHECK AND ADJUST THE CLUTCH If the motion drive belt is loose. 1. brake lever and brake spring. 2. or (3) the unit will not move forward. Fasten with the washer and cotter pin. and brake spring from the adjustable nut (Figure 16). Release the parking brake and push the unit. (2) pulling a heavy load. Turn the hex nut in a clockwise direction until the rear wheels do not turn when the unit is pushed forward. If the rear wheels do not turn. 2. The location of the drive brake is on the right side of the gearbox (Figure 15). Turn the adjustable nut until the nut will fit through the hole in the brake lever. 23 Adjustable Nut Brake Spring Washer Brake Lever Assembly Cotter Pin Figure 16 Pin or Bolt Clutch Rod Parking Brake Latch 8. Gearbox Hex Nut Figure 15 Drive Brake 3. Pull the clutch rod forward until tight. adjustment. (1) going up a hill. 5. Adjust the drive brake as follows. Set the parking brake. Disconnect the adjustable nut from the brake lever assembly and the parking brake latch. Assemble the adjustable nut to the parking brake latch. WARNING: If you cannot correctly adjust the drive brake. or repair to the unit. the drive brake is correctly adjusted. Align the hole in the brake lever with the hole in the frame. Remove the wire from the spark plug to prevent the engine from starting by accident. See “How To Replace The Motion Drive Belt”. 1. 4. Make sure the belt is installed correctly and is inside all the belt guides. Remove the 1/4 inch (6 mm) pin or bolt. If the belt still slips after the clutch has been adjusted. 6. replace the brake pads. then the motion drive belt is worn or damaged and must be replaced. Correct replacement parts and assistance are available from an authorized service center. F–030745L . washer.MAINTENANCE HOW TO CHECK AND ADJUST THE DRIVE BRAKE Completely push the clutch/brake pedal forward. Check the routing of the motion drive belt. the clutch will slip when. disconnect the wire to the spark plug. 7. If the rear wheels rotate.
4. Wing Nut Positive (+) Terminal Red Cable Carriage Bolt 1. turn the adjuster nut. Make sure the solution does not get into the battery cells. Disconnect the red cable from the positive (+) terminal. To prevent corrosion. Clean the terminals and the ends of the cables with a wire brush. Fasten the black cable to the negative (–) terminal with the fasteners as shown. 5. The fumes from the battery acid can cause an explosion. Push the unit forward. 3. 2. WARNING: To prevent sparks. WARNING: To prevent sparks.MAINTENANCE HOW TO ADJUST THE SHIFT LEVER If the NEUTRAL position on the shift lever does not match neutral on the gearbox. Connect the adjuster nut to the shifter bracket. 3. To align the adjuster nut with the hole in the shifter bracket. 4. To charge the battery. 2. fasten the red cable to the positive (+) terminal before you connect the black cable. Make sure the gearbox is in neutral. Stop the engine. 3. Wash the battery with a solution of one gallon of water and four tablespoons of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate). 5. remove the battery from the unit as follows. Install the battery. F–030745L Battery Black Cable Carriage Bolt Battery Tray Figure 18 24 . Install the battery. 2. Lift the battery tray and the battery out of the unit. Remove the battery. eyes and clothing. Charge at a rate of 6 amperes for 1 hour. Make sure the NEUTRAL position on the shift lever matches neutral on the gearbox. HOW TO CHARGE THE BATTERY WARNING: When you charge the battery. Before you charge the battery. do not smoke. Disconnect the adjuster nut from the shifter bracket (Figure 17). 1. 5. Disconnect the black cable from the negative (–) terminal (Figure 18). 3. adjust the shift lever as follows. 2. Fasten the red cable to the positive (+) terminal with the fasteners as shown. Keep the battery away from any sparks. use a 12 volt battery charger. Make sure the shift lever is in the NEUTRAL position. remove the battery. 1. 4. 6. WARNING: The battery contains sulfuric acid which is harmful to the skin. 7. apply grease to the battery terminals. wash with water. disconnect the black battery cable from the negative (–) terminal before you disconnect the red cable. If the acid gets on the body or clothing. HOW TO CLEAN THE BATTERY 1. Motion Drive Belt Figure 17 Shift Lever Shift Link Adjuster Nut Shifter Bracket Hair Pin MAINTENANCE FREE BATTERY HOW TO REMOVE THE BATTERY To charge or clean the battery.
MAINTENANCE WHERE TO LUBRICATE Apply grease with a brush to the areas shown. Lubricate the areas shown with engine oil. Also. CAUTION: If the unit is operated in dry areas that have sand. Use an original equipment part. F–030745L 25 . the engine will run rough and have less performance. the wrong air pressure will keep the mower housing from cutting level. Replace the old filter with a new filter. The correct air pressure is 14 PSI (1 BAR). Tires with too much air pressure will cause the unit to ride rough. Remove the old filter (Figure 20). NOTE: Apply grease to the steering gear assembly. See an authorized service dealer in your area. Fuel Line Clips Fuel Filter Figure 20 CHECK THE TIRES Check the air pressure in the tires. If the fuel filter is dirty. use a dry graphite spray to lubricate the unit. the fuel tank must be empty. Figure 19 HOW TO CHECK THE FUEL FILTER NOTE: Before you replace the fuel filter or the fuel line.
Move the lift lever to the level adjustment position (Figure 21). Attach the extension spring to the blade control rod. Remove the hair pins and the washers from the adjuster arms (Figure 22). See illustration “E”. Also. move the lift lever to the TOP position. 8. See illustration “F”. Fasten with the washers and hair pins. Remove the hair pins and washLevel Adjustment ers from the suspension links. 1. 9. See illustrations “C” and “D”. See illustrations “C” and “D”. Disconnect the front hanger from the axle support. 4. 2.MAINTENANCE HOW TO REMOVE THE MOWER HOUSING 1. Disconnect the extension spring from the blade control rod. Fasten with the washers and hair pins. Make sure the mower drive belt is inside all the belt guides. Make sure the mower drive belt is between the stack pulley and the two belt guides. Remove the mower drive belt from the stack pulley. Make sure the mower housing is level. See the instructions on “How To Adjust The Blade Rotation Control”. 7. Make sure the “V” side of the mower drive belt is against the stack pulley. 3. Make sure the lift lever is locked in the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT position. Lift Lever Stack Pulley Suspension Link Blade Rotation Control HOW TO INSTALL THE MOWER HOUSING Push the mower housing under the right side of the unit. Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position. 3. 6. 8. 5. WARNING: The lift lever is spring loaded. Belt Guide Mower Drive Belt Belt Guide Lifter Assembly Adjuster Arm Suspension Link Blade Control Rod Adjuster Arm Extension Spring Mower Drive Belt F–030745L Front Hanger Hanger Rod Figure 22 26 . Move the blade rotation control to the ENGAGE position. 6. Put the mower drive belt around the stack pulley. To operate without the mower housing. Attach the right and the left adjuster arms to the suspension brackets. See illustration “F”. 4. See the instructions on “How To Level The Mower Housing”. See illustration “E”. 9. make sure the mower drive belt is not twisted. 10. See illustrations “A” and “B”. 2. Check the operation of the blade rotation control. Attach the front hanger to the axle support with the hanger rod. 7. Position Figure 21 See illustrations “A” and “B”. 5. See illustration “G”. Attach the suspension links to the lifter assembly. Fasten with the fasteners as shown. Pull the mower housing away from the right side of the unit.
If equipped.5 N–m). Move the lift lever to the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT position (Figure 23). 5. CAUTION: Do not operate with the mower housing in the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT position. 3. Also. 9. If the air pressure is incorrect. Remove the spark plug wire to prevent the engine from starting by accident. Some models have gauge wheels on the mower housing. WARNING: The lift lever is spring loaded. Lift Link Lift Lever Cover Cutting Height Positions Level Adjustment Position Figure 23 4. Mow for a short distance. Raise the lift lever from the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT position to a CUTTING HEIGHT position (Figure 25). Adjuster Knobs 7. the blade will cut easier and the lawn will look better. IMPORTANT: On models equipped with gauge wheels. remove the gauge wheels. WARNING: Before you make an inspection. For plastic adjuster knobs. Close the cover. F–030745L Cutting Height Positions Figure 25 27 . If you operate in the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT position. 11. Make sure the lift lever is locked in the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT position. adjustment. install the gauge wheels. Make sure the tires are inflated to 14 PSI. Push down on each side of the mower housing. For metal adjuster knobs. make sure the lift links are loose and can easily move up or down. If the height of cut is not level. Make sure the unit is on a hard flat surface. the mower housing and blades can be damaged. tighten to a torque of 7 foot pounds (9. Push down on the lift links and tighten the left and right adjuster knobs (Figure 24). or repair to the unit. tighten to a torque of 10 foot pounds (13. If necessary. Open the cover. 2. use a wrench to tighten the adjuster knobs. 6. repeat the above steps.MAINTENANCE HOW TO LEVEL THE MOWER HOUSING If the mower housing is level. Check the air pressure in the tires. (1 BAR). Cover Figure 24 Lift Lever 8. the gauge wheels must be removed to correctly adjust the level of the mower housing. 10. Loosen the left and right adjuster knobs (Figure 24). Make sure both sides of the mower housing are setting on a flat surface. Make sure the adjuster knobs are tight. the mower housing will not cut level. 1.5 N–m). If equipped. disconnect the wire to the spark plug.
Pull the motion drive belt under the steering shaft assembly. 5. Screw Seat Spring Steering Shaft Assembly Belt Guides Figure 27 6. F–030745L 28 . Loosen the belt guides at the drive pulley (Figure 27). Completely push the pedal forward and engage the parking brake. Remove the two screws that attach the steering shaft assembly (Figure 30). Motion Drive Belt Access Panel Figure 30 11. 10. FRONT Stack Pulley Loosen The Belt Guides Figure 26 Steering Plate 4. To remove the motion drive belt from the stack pulley. 7. Motion Drive Belt Belt Guides Figure 29 9. Remove the access panel (Figure 30). Pull the motion drive belt over the shifter bracket. Remove the idler pulley (Figure 26). 3. remove the battery and battery tray. pull the front end of the belt under the stack pulley and then back between the stack pulley and the steering plate (Figure 29). To access the belt guides.MAINTENANCE HOW TO REPLACE THE MOTION DRIVE BELT REMOVAL 1. Raise the steering wheel and steering shaft assembly. Remove the motion drive belt. Remove the adjuster nut from the shifter bracket (Figure 28). A correct replacement part or assistance is available from an Authorized Service Center in your area. 2. See “How To Remove The Battery”. Remove the mower housing. Shift Link Adjuster Nut Shifter Bracket Hair Pin Motion Drive Belt Figure 28 Drive Pulley Motion Drive Belt Idler Pulley 8. See the instructions on “How To Remove The Mower Housing”. Remove the motion drive belt from the drive pulley (Figure 26).
Figure 31 F–030745L 29 . Make sure the motion drive belt is inside all the belt guides (Figure 26. make sure the belt is not twisted. 13. Make sure the “V” side of the belt is against the pulley. See the instructions “How To Install The Mower Housing”. 12. 3. Idler Pulley Steering Shaft Assembly 6. Motion Drive Belt 7. Attach the access panel (Figure 30).MAINTENANCE INSTALLATION 1. 5. Install the mower housing. Before you use the unit. Attach the steering shaft assembly to the steering plate with two screws (Figure 30). check the adjustment of the clutch. Attach the adjuster nut and shift link to the adjuster bracket with a hair pin (Figure 28). Also. Tighten the belt guides at the drive pulley (Figure 27). Make sure the flat side of the belt is against the idler pulley. Assemble the idler pulley. Make sure the steering shaft assembly in inside the motion drive belt (Figure 31). Push the motion drive belt through the opening between the steering plate and the engine plate. Slide the motion drive belt between the stack pulley and the belt guides (Figure 29). Install the motion drive belt on the top pulley of the stack pulley. Fasten the idler pulley with the hex nut. 8. Figure 27). 11. Make sure the motion drive belt is installed correctly on the idler pulley. Install the end of the motion drive belt around the drive pulley (Figure 26). See the instructions “How To Check And Adjust The Clutch”. Install the battery. 4. Put the belt around the idler pulley (Figure 26. 10. 9. See “How To Adjust The Shift Lever”. Check the routing of the motion drive belt. Stack Pulley 2. Figure 31).
Pull the belt retainer away from the right mandrel pulley and remove the mower drive belt. See the instructions on “How To Adjust The Blade Rotation Control”. 5. Put the belt around the left mandrel pulley. Remove the mower housing. Install the mower housing. 7. See the instructions on “How To Install The Mower Housing”. 8. Before you mow. Pull the belt retainer away from the left mandrel pulley. 6. 2. 10. Put the belt around the right mandrel pulley. Left Mandrel Pulley Belt Retainer Right Mandrel Pulley Belt Retainer Belt Retainer Idler Pulley Mower Drive Belt Figure 32 F–030745L 30 . Put the flat side of the mower drive belt around the idler pulley. 9. Make sure the “V” side of the mower drive belt is against the mandrel pulleys as shown. 4. See the instructions on “How To Remove The Mower Housing”. Pull the belt retainer away from the idler pulley. check the blade rotation control. Install the new mower drive belt. Pull the belt retainer away from the right mandrel pulley. Pull the belt retainer away from the idler pulley and remove the mower drive belt (Figure 32). NOTE: Replace the mower drive belt with an original equipment belt from an authorized service center.MAINTENANCE HOW TO REPLACE THE MOWER DRIVE BELT 1. 3. Pull the belt retainer away from the left mandrel pulley and remove the mower drive belt.
Install the washers and spacer onto the axle as shown in Figure 34. Make sure the valve stem is to the outside of the tractor. Spacer Hub Cap 4. Valve Stem Figure 34 F–030745L 31 . Axle 3. Rear Wheel Square Key Key Slot Washer 2. Slide the front wheel on the spindle (See Figure 33). Fasten the rear wheel with washer and e–ring. Make sure the washer hold the hub caps in place. Bend the ends of the cotter pin apart to keep the front wheel on the spindle. Slide the rear wheel on the axle. Fasten the front wheel with washer and cotter pin. Make sure the washer hold the hub caps in place. Figure 33 Rear Wheel 1. Spindle 2. install the hub caps. Washer E–Ring 5. Valve Stem Front Wheel 3. Make sure the valve stem is to the outside of the tractor. Align the slot in the rear wheel with the square key. Hub Cap Washer Washer Front Wheel 1. Mount the square key in the key slot (See Figure 34). install the hub caps. make sure they are installed as follows. If your model has hub caps. If your model has hub caps.MAINTENANCE HOW TO INSTALL THE WHEELS Cotter Pin If the wheels must be removed for service.
The location of the fuse is next to the battery. Move the lever for the blade rotation control to the ENGAGE position. 3. Hold a cloth under the fuel drain. 5. THE FUEL SYSTEM WARNING: Do not drain the gasoline inside a building or near a fire. Move the lever for the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position. Clean the mower housing. Charge the battery. 2. Remove the light socket. see the the engine manufacturer’s instructions. stop the engine and disconnect the wire to the spark plug. Raise the tractor hood. 1. Install a new light bulb. Some models have a fuel drain (Figure 37). make sure you use fresh fuel. 3. prepare the unit for storage as follows. See the “Lubrication” instructions in this book.MAINTENANCE HOW TO REPLACE THE FUSE If the fuse is blown. . Again clean the top of the mower housing. After you cut the grass. THE BATTERY 1. F–030745L CLEAN THE UNIT 1. After storage. Push the fuel drain until the carburetor is empty. Turn the light socket until the tabs on the socket align with the notches in the bezel (Figure 36). Align the light socket with the notches in the bezel and turn the light socket to lock in position. 4. Turn the light bulb and remove the bulb. Fuel Drain Figure 37 NOTE: After a long time in storage. 2. Grass and other debris on top of the mower housing can keep the belt from working correctly. Do not smoke because the fumes from the fuel can cause an explosion. charge the battery. 2. Run the engine until the fuel tank and the carburetor are out of fuel and the engine stops. 2. LUBRICATE THE UNIT 32 Clean the dirt and grass from the engine. Clean the battery terminals of any deposits. 4. dry place. See the instructions on “How To Prepare And Charge The Battery”. 2. Automotive Fuse Bezel Figure 35 HOW TO REPLACE THE LIGHT BULB 1. Do not leave fuel in the fuel tank or the carburetor. Light Socket Light Bulb Figure 36 HOW TO CLEAN THE MOWER HOUSING WARNING: Before you clean the mower housing. clean the bottom of the mower housing. For safety and correct operation. 3. THE ENGINE For storage information. STORAGE (over 30 days) At the end of each year. Remove grass and debris from around the pulleys and other moving parts. Remove the battery. 4. 3. Start the engine. Store the battery in a cool. Clean the top of the mower housing. 1. Remove the fuse and replace with a automotive fuse (Figure 35). the engine will not start. frequently clean the top of the mower housing. The fuel can damage the function of the fuel system.
Check the motion drive belt. Follow the steps. Clean the air screen. Make sure the belt guides do not touch the pulley. 1. PROBLEM: The engine will not idle. 4. Move the throttle to the SLOW position. 1. 1. 1. 2. 3.TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART PROBLEM: The engine will not start. adjust the clutch. Replace the fuel filter. Check the front axle. Make sure the belt is installed correctly. Use a lower gear. 2. Replace the spark plug. Adjust the carburetor. 2. PROBLEM: The rear wheels spin over uneven terrain. 1. Replace the motion drive belt. PROBLEM: When the clutch/brake pedal is released. Check the oil. Check the wiring harness for damage or a loose connection. Check the air pressure in the tires. Temporary belt noise does not change the operation of the unit. 3. 3. 1. Replace the motion drive belt. If belt noise is continuous. 6. Repair the damaged wire. loosen the axle bolt(s). 1. “How To Start The Engine” in this book. 2. 1. Check the front axle. PROBLEM: The transaxle is difficult to shift between gears with the engine running and the clutch depressed. Replace the spark plug. Move the throttle control to the FAST position. 4. 2. Check the mower drive belt. 5. Replace the fuel filter. If needed. Adjust the carburetor. Recoil–Start Models: replace the module. 1. Never mow across a slope. Drain the fuel tank. Adjust the carburetor. 5. Electric–Start Models: replace the solenoid. 3. PROBLEM: The unit moves slower or stops when the clutch is engaged. “How To Start The Engine” in this book. Replace the spark plug. Clean the air filter. Drain the fuel tank. Electric–Start Models: Clean the battery terminals. Follow the steps. 2. Move the shift lever to a slower speed. Adjust the level of the mower housing. 1. 1. Decrease the air pressure in the tires. 1. 4. the engine stops. 2. 2. 7. add water. 3. Replace the mower drive belt. PROBLEM: The mower blades will not rotate. Remove the spark plug(s). 1. check the routing of the belt. 2. To activate the seat sensor. 5. PROBLEM: The grass does not discharge correctly. Replace the spring for the blade idler. Clean the air filter. 33 Check the clutch adjustment to make sure the belt stops when the clutch pedal is depressed with the transaxle in (N) neutral. 2. Check for loose engine bolts. 4. 5. Adjust the carburetor. Adjust the throttle control. Check for a damaged belt or damaged pulley. Replace the fuel filter. 3. 1. Adjust the clutch. 6. 1. 3. If the noise is continuous. Make sure the belt is installed correctly. always sit in the middle of the seat. 2. If the front axle does not freely pivot. 2. PROBLEM: Excessive vibration. 3. Mow up and down slopes. Check the wiring harness for damage or a loose connection. To activate the seat sensor. Clean the fuel line. Adjust the clutch. Replace the blade. Adjust the throttle control. 5. Replace the fuse. 6. PROBLEM: The engine does not run smooth or has a loss of power. 3. F–030745L . 4. PROBLEM: On slopes. Clean the air screen. Replace the spark plug. Replace or sharpen the blade(s). Turn the ignition key to the ON position. PROBLEM: The unit will not move when the clutch is engaged. Try to start the engine several times. 4. PROBLEM: A hot engine causes a decrease in power. PROBLEM: The engine will not turn over. Clean the fuel line. Clean the mower housing. 1. Check the belt guides around the transaxle drive pulley. 4. Adjust the carburetor. PROBLEM: The mower housing does not cut level. 2. Install the spark plug. Replace the fuel filter. Check the oil. Replace the fuel filter. Charge the battery. Electric–Start Models: Check the level of the acid in the battery. 1. PROBLEM: The engine is difficult to start. 3. always sit in the middle of the seat. 2. Raise the height of cut. 1. Replace the fuel filter. Replace the spark plug. 2. Replace the damaged parts. 2. If the front axle does not freely pivot. belt noise can be heard. Clean the air filter. PROBLEM: The engine does not run smooth at fast speed. 3. loosen the axle bolt(s). Stop the engine. 4. Adjust the carburetor. 5. The engine is working too hard. Tighten the cables. Repair the damaged wire. 2. Make sure the belt is inside all belt guides. PROBLEM: The engine stops when the blades are engaged.
Missoulo. Ravalli. Washington 3626 Parkway Blvd. Lake. Oklahoma. a service shop recommended by the store. Maine. Texas. North & South Dakota. 9991 S. Nevada. Lincoln. Little River. Payette. Jerome. Connecticut. Wyoming GULF COAST ENGINE. INC. Pennsylvania. Valley. (3) Complete Part Number. INC. INC. Benewah. Teton. 80). except for the engine or the transmission. Owyee. call or write to the Central Parts Distributor shown below. Lafayette. Alberta T5S 1R5 (780) 453-5791 1-800-861-9559 Ville St-Laurent 234 Migneron Street Ville St-Laurent. Madison. Virgina. Wisconsin F–030745L 34 . Lincoln. Michigan (upper Peninsula). Hawaii. (4) Description. Maryland. Miller. Bonner. District of Columbia. Washington). are available from the store where the unit was purchased. include the following information: (1) Complete Model Number (see nameplate). Arkansas (except these counties: Hempstead. Jefferson. Kooten. MURRAY. of Hwy. Oneida. Indiana. Vermont. Idaho (counties Bannock Bearlake. Lafayette. West Virginia Puerto Rico 4727 N. Canyon. and Sanders). (5) Quantity. Cassia. Gooding. BROWN & WISER. 93257 (559) 784-4102 1-877-245-5468 FAX 1-800-226-7337 Arizona. Latah. Florida. Tennessee. Idaho (counties Ada. Delaware. Ravalli. Sanders). Lemhi. Twin Falls) Montana (all counties except Flathead. Custer. Gem. Iowa. Missoulo. Ohio. Ravalli. Nebraska. Booneville. 43212 1-800-848-8946 FAX 1-614-486-7122 Alabama. INC. Kentucky. New York. LAWN MOWER CENTRAL PARTS DISTRIBUTORS BILLIOU'S.W. Porterville. Franklin. INC. Avery Street Tualatin. 4202 Russell Dr. Camas. CA. 78408 1-800-825-6999 FAX 1-888-888-7036 Arkansas (counties Hempstead. See the individual engine or transmission warranties. Ontario L4Z-1P2 (905) 890-6900 1-800-861-9559 Edmonton 101-10411-178th Street Edmonton. Michigan (except upper Peninsula). Teutonia Ave. 1343 South Main St. CPT CANADA POWER TECHNOLOGY LIMITED Mississauga 161 Watline Avenue Mississauga. Utah. Massachusetts. North Carolina. Little River. Quebec H4T 1Y7 (514) 731-3559 1-800-861-9559 Canada 1150 Chesapeake Ave. Fremont. Nez Perce. Rhode Island. Mineral. Mississippi. Oregon. If you cannot get a repair part or service as described above. Minidoka. Repair parts. 97062 (503) 692-0330 1-800-882-4782 FAX (503) 691-2041 Alaska. or an authorized service shop found in the yellow pages of the telephone directory. Bingham. Louisiana. Mexico WISCONSIN MAGNETO. California. Milwaukee. New Hampshire. Lewis. Pike. Pike. INC. (2) Date of Manufacture. Sevier). South Carolina. Illinois (South of Hwy. TX. OR. When you order. Georgia. Blaine. Lincoln. Boise.. Repair parts for the engine or the transmission are available from the manufacturer's authorized service center found in the yellow pages of the telephone directory. Lake. Missouri. Butte. Shoshone. UT 84120 1-800-318-0201 FAX 1-801-736-8067 Colorado. Idaho. 80). Columbus. Kansas. 53209 1-800-733-7388 FAX 1-800-733-0127 Illinois (N. Howard. Minnesota. OH. Corpus Christi. Montana (counties Flathead. Caribou. Mineral. Nevada. Boundry. Miller. Adams. Howard. GARDNER. Clearwater. Power. Elmore. Sevier) New Mexico. New Jersey. Nevada FRANK EDWARDS CO. West Valley. WI.Only use a factory repair part.
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MODEL 405000x8B REPAIR PARTS CHASSIS & HOOD 8 2 1 13 14 15 11 10 7 9 48 3 4 16 17 12 70 2 6 5 18 31 21 20 50 23 55 25 54 28 27 29 30 19 24 55 32 16 16 47 35 16 46 31 16 56 45 44 36 37 51 26 34 33 31 53 38 43 16 16 39 16 49 42 41 40 F–030745L 36 .
690566 028x23 094057 26x229 1001054 017x47 Z 009x56 094154E701 094156 Z 1001648E701 001x45 015x89 009x55 094155 Z 164x31 26x249 26x263 164x30 1001558E700 15x123 094151E701 009x47 1001582 1001578 1001538E700 1001531E700 1001546 1001544 1001545 37 REPAIR PARTS CHASSIS & HOOD Key No. Left Grille Axle. Shoulder Support.MODEL 405000x8B Key No. Pivot Bolt Nut Bolt. Detent Screw Nut Nut Insert. 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 Seat Cap. Dash Bracket. Shoulder Washer Spring Screw Screw Spring Deck. 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 53 54 55 56 70 –– Description Housing. Battery Holder. Left Housing. Right Frame. Panel Support. Seat Nut Plate. Pivot Bracket. Right Description Part No. Rear Hanger Support. Access Support. Push 0n Spring Screw Bolt. Left Container. Hanger Support. Grille Screw Fastener. Left Headlamp Lens. Index Screw Mat. Steering Dash Screw Panel. Left Mat. Seat Rod. Battery Plate. Shoulder Frame. Hitch Panel. 1001543 26x270 26x238 1001491 1001584E701 26x201 093007E700 095318E700 1001270E701 094085E700 094007E701 094084E700 009x58 1001268E701 1001269E701 690424 1001002E701 690434E701 094610 26x277 015x81 15x124 1001540 26x259 0193x1 690482E701 1001542 F–030745L F–030745L . Cup Instruction Book & Parts List Part No. Right Hood Grille Lens. Wing Washer Bolt. Right Headlamp Screw Screw Bearing. Right Grille Bolt. Rear Cover.
MODEL 405000x8B 1 2 3 4 9 7 REPAIR PARTS MOTION DRIVE 8 19 20 34 6 55 22 5 5 18 23 24 25 54 21 17 5 60 16 6 15 13 11 10 12 54 14 27 56 26 57 44 43 61 8 40 17 40 39 38 29 30 37 50 46 36 37 53 47 49 48 F–030745L 28 41 45 42 58 17 35 33 31 59 32 52 51 38 .
Shoulder Spring. Square Washer Spacer. Transaxle Stem. Transaxle Support E–Ring Pulley. Carriage Frame. For information on Replacement Parts see the Central Parts Distributor in your area. Parking Brake Pedal Lever. Left Latch. Extension Screw Washer Screw Washer When you order a tire. Drive Key. Belt Pin. Hair Washer Spacer Bolt Transaxle ** Nut Key. Shoulder Bracket. Shift Washer Link. Clutch Nut Washer Grip Pin. Shift Nut. Woodruff Bolt Bracket. 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 * ** Nut. Adjuster Grip Rod. Adjuster Bracket. 0031x6 017x38 690369 06x105 –––– 015x88 020697 01x155 094008E700 690409 094433E700 0011x7 095094 021553 17x160 690554 Z 024373 091923 407049 92288–601 17x195 0011x3 094618 093349 0031x4 165x116 165x92 26x216 17x148 26x267 17x169 Description Bolt. Shift Pivot Screw Nut Mount. Valve Tire * Tube Wheel & Tire Assembly Washer E–Ring Hub Cap Guide. Parking Brake Nut. Idler Rod. Right Bolt. 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 Pin. Right Shifter Frame. 39 F–030745L . Shift Key No. Cotter Lever. 009x39 015x89 690173 Z 094041 Z 015x79 17x102 092697 030x20 094043 Z 017x47 Z 094044 Z 021920 091079 1001245 Z 094815 1001303 Z 26x249 015x84 094042 Z 009x54 165x116 1001302E700 1001268E701 002x53 1001269E701 094045 Z 021544 94038E700 015x98 037x87 094031 Z Description Part No. Transaxle Pulley REPAIR PARTS MOTION DRIVE Part No. Extension Spring. make sure to give the brand name of the tire so that the tread pattern on the tire will match.MODEL 405000x8B Key No. Stud Spring Bolt. Brake/Clutch Nut Belt. Hair Spring. Extension Bracket. Motion Drive Yoke. Hex Arm.
MODEL 405000x8B REPAIR PARTS STEERING 40 3 1 41 2 30 13 43 39 6 30 17 30 4 5 18 6 14 30 12 7 8 9 30 16 10 11 25 33 34 31 28 29 31 24 19 38 32 25 23 22 25 24 25 27 26 22 23 20 21 15 30 19 37 20 F–030745L 36 35 40 .
Wheel Stem. Left Spindle Assembly. These parts are included when ordering Key number 2. Steering Cap. Flange Bolt. Flange Nut. Right Screw Bearing. Flange Axle Assembly Drag Link.MODEL 405000x8B REPAIR PARTS STEERING Key No. 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 –– 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 43 Washer Washer Description Part No. Valve Tire * Tube Wheel and Tire Assembly Washer Washer Washer Hub Cap Screw Bellows Bolt Washer When you order a tire. Steering Post. Hanger Axle. make sure to give the brand name of the tire so that the tread pattern on the tire will match. Cotter Bearing Spindle Assembly. 095336 690337 095338 094124 15x111 009x57 690183 011x25 094121 094123 001x84 1001121E701 094006E700 015x88 15x118 1001270E700 94007E701 01x146 030x49 690150 094576E701 01x111 Key No. Shoulder Gear. Left Bolt Part No. Flange Bracket. Sector Bearing Bolt Plate. Steering Wheel Bearing ** Nut. Pinion ** Ring. 41 F–030745L . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 * ** Description Wheel. Engine Nut. Right Drag Link. Snap ** Gear. Steering Plate. 17x104 017x53 Z 015x84 690210E701 095329E701 094575E701 095328E701 26x249 091334 024373 091912 407924 094578–601 17x195 17x192 17x113 094618 26x267 092059 0025x3 17x146 Nut. Hanger Bolt Pin.
MODEL 405000x8B 2 4 21 22 14 REPAIR PARTS MOWER HOUSING SUSPENSION 1 16 9 15 13 14 10 17 3 12 12 11 15 24 25 19 23 18 11 24 27 22 14 24 11 34 20 25 37 36 20 5 8 6 7 33 38 31 24 26 45 32 43 32 26 30 40 39 25 41 30 31 24 25 39 15 44 42 7 F–030745L 15 24 42 .
PTO Bolt. Right Deck Rod. Lift Link. 22 23 24 25 26 27 30 31 32 33 34 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 Washer Washer Pin. Pivot Washer Nut. PTO Hanger. Flange Screw Spring Bracket. Shoulder Pin. Rear Suspension Spacer. PTO Link. Left Deck Hanger. PTO Nut. 092698 094157 Z 094022 Z 0025x3 092697 166x40 17x103 690533 94017 Z 009x39 030x20 017x57 094004 Z 015x84 26x249 166x39 094018E701 165x119 690394E701 690212E701 690122E700 Description Part No. Hanger Bracket. Lift Pin Bracket. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Grip Handle Description Part No. Cotter Washer Link. Suspension Plate. Stiffening Key No. Lift Handle F–030745L 43 .MODEL 405000x8B REPAIR PARTS MOWER HOUSING SUSPENSION Key No. Hair Washer Bolt. 17x168 017x57 0031x4 017x91 Z 002x85 1001111E701 094067 094055E701 690151 009x53 094015E700 17x191 015x84 165x131 015x68 094005E700 094027E701 094026E701 094158 Z 690539E701 1001098E701 Pad. Shoulder Bracket. Carriage Lever Assembly. Flange Bracket. Lift Lever. Lifter Bolt. Switch Bolt Grip Spring Washer Handle. PTO Spring Crank. Flange Spring Nut.
MODEL 405000x8B 1 REPAIR PARTS MOWER HOUSING 2 2 55 1 52 10 24 26 12 27 24 22 20 8 9 19 4 53 25 6 3 10 13 5 47 11 8 9 20 5 19 5 21 22 22 6 24 15 47 14 15 16 11 22 5 17 17 21 23 13 14 17 29 30 23 22 23 22 28 5 48 5 26 22 22 22 18 51 23 17 31 32 32 17 50 46 53 33 17 33 45 33 33 33 33 44 43 41 36 36 34 37 37 34 5 14 33 42 35 42 38 39 40 F–030745L 37 38 39 40 44 .
Pulley Bolt. Blade Blade Washer Washer Nut Spring Cap. 17. Right Brake Bracket Assembly. Hex Belt. Flange Bolt. Flange Complete Mower Housing Assembly Includes Key No. 33. Push On Rod. 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 50 51 52 53 54 55 1–55 Spring REPAIR PARTS MOWER HOUSING Description Part No. Mower Drive Pulley. Left Brake Knob Bolt.MODEL 405000x8B Key No. Suspension Plate Nut. Deflector Bracket. Support Screw Spring. 32. Shoulder Bracket. Belt Bracket. Blade * Nut. Pulley Link. F–030745L 45 . Flange Bracket. 45. Idler Nut. Extension Spacer Housing. 47 and 51. 166x42 094142E700 091770E700 015x88 002x53 1001200 690539E701 690411 095103E701 17x166 17x165 15x100 0166x4 028x23 094957 Z 094707 094956E701 094144E700 017x45 Z 094781 094681E700 26x249 165x119 690369 094141E701 015x98 7601044 Bracket. 092851 15x140 037x62 690387 015x84 1001197 690212E701 094137 009x52 094055E701 094049E701 094068 009x51 094128E700 166x43 015x79 094143E700 095194 017x91 0031x4 0025x7 094051E701 009x39 690408E701 166x41 094047E701 094145E700 Key No. 31. Shoulder Arm. Suspension Pin. Carriage Mandrell (Includes Key No. 30. 46. Shoulder Plate. Lift Pad. Cotter Bolt Cover. Pivot Deflector Assembly Bracket. Idler Spring Pad Assembly. Hanger Washer Pin. Flange Spacer. Suspension Pad Assembly. 6) Bracket. 18. Suspension Spring Nut. 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 * Description Pulley. Friction Bolt. Jackshaft Nut. Suspension Adapter. Front Hanger Washer Guide. Brake Part No.
MODEL 405000x8B 1 2 REPAIR PARTS ENGINE MOUNT 24 20 16 9 3 26 4 5 18 19 17 6 15 8 15 10 22 7 22 21 21 23 23 11 14 13 F–030745L 12 46 .
Belt Nut. Engine Mount Stack Pulley Assembly Lockwasher Bolt. Heat Screw Description Part No. These parts are included when ordering Key number 2. Muffler Screw Bolt. ** F–030745L 47 . Gasoline” or “Gasoline Engines” in the yellow pages of the telephone directory. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26 * Fuel Cap ** Fuel Tank Hose Clamp ** Fuel Line (Must cut to length) ** Hose Clamp ** Screw Plate. Hex Guide. Hex Washer Screw Gasket Muffler Deflector. Engine Throttle Control Engine* Bolt.MODEL 405000x8B Key No. 092317 690280 095197 7601033 095197 26x201 REPAIR PARTS ENGINE MOUNT 094006E700 092371 ––––– 0025x7 690439 Z 019x35 01x140 17x170 26x249 091309 091271 094099 Z 26x208 01x134 093349 015x79 Z 094066 091277 26x253 Parts are available from a Briggs & Stratton Authorized Service Center. Belt Shield. See “Engines. Flange Guide.
MODEL 405000x8B 1 SPARK PLUG ARMATURE REPAIR PARTS ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 2 RED RED VILOT STATOR YELLOW GREEN GREEN HEADLIGHT HARNESS YELLOW BLACK START SWITCH NO NC CLUTCH BRAKE SWITCH ( PEDAL UP ) ORANGE 4 BLACK AC OUTPUT DIODE RED DC OUTPUT YELLOW RED DC ORANGE 15 AMP FUSE 3 WHITE AC BLACK RED YELLOW YELLOW ORANGE SOLENOID PTO SWITCH DISENGAGED NO NC STARTER 4 5 RED 9 7 RED 6 SEAT SWITCH HARNESS RED YELLOW 11 BLACK 8 NC YELLOW SEAT SWITCH UNOCCUPIED 10 ORANGE YELLOW YELLOW YELLOW F–030745L 48 .
Light Harness. Chassis Wire Switch.MODEL 405000x8B REPAIR PARTS ELECTRICAL SYSTEM Part No. Light Wire Socket. Fuse Solenoid Screw. 1 Description Harness. Carriage Wingnut Harness. 250x92 092372 090084 250x116 092377 020729 091489 091488 094136 302031 407078 094613 26x229 15x116 024x32 26x213 021075 002x82 014x79 250x67 094159 024x31 Key No. Ignition Nut. Ignition Switch. Seat Sensor Cable 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 F–030745L 49 . Ignition Key. Ground Cable Battery Bolt. Mounting Locknut Cable. Seat Switch Wire Switch. Limit Fuse Holder. Battery Ground Screw. Light Bulb. Hex Cap.
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25 Trouble Shooting Chart. Level. 23 E Engine Fuel. 24 Clean. 20 Steering Wheel. 23 Filter. 21 Remove And Install. 24 Storage. 32 Belt Motion Drive Adjust. 22 Replace. 14 I Ignition Switch. 16 Lubrication. 17 Remove. 22 Clutch. 27 Shift Lever. 23 Replace. 20 Starting. 14 B Battery Charge. 30 Blade Inspect. 21 Blade Rotation Control. 15 Blade Rotation Control. 26 Muffler. 20 Motion Drive Belt Adjust. 20 O Oil Check. 14 Cutting Height Adjust. 33 W Warranty. 18 Oil. 20 Storage. 18 Operation Attachments. 17 Mowing And Bagging. 25 Fuel. 25 M Maintenance Battery Charge. 18 Fuse. 32 Install. 14 Operation. 32 Cutting Height. 13. 14 Ignition Switch. 50 Spark Arrester. 15 Blade Rotation Control Adjust. 26 Level. 26 P Parking Brake Location. 32 Throttle Control. 2 F–030745L 51 . 16 S Safety Rules American National Standard Institute. Replace Light Bulb. 32 D Drive Brake Adjust. 14 Lift Lever. Fuel. 31 Lubrication. 11 Storage. 14 Mower Housing. 18 Storage. 14 Controls. 16 Parts Bag. Operation. Location. 15 Slope Guide. 32 Muffler. Fuel. Install. 22 Clutch. 15 T Throttle Control Location. 27 Change. 13 Spark Arrester. 30 Mower Housing Clean. 23 Mower Housing. 25 Mower Housing Clean. 14 Operation. Mower. 52 INDEX F Filter. 27 Remove. 23 Drive Brake. 24 Belt Motion Drive. 14 L Lift Lever Location. 32 Maintenance Chart. 14. 16 Install. 23 Check. 24 Install. 24 Attachments. 18 Type. Operation. 13. 15 Blade Control Lever. 16 Shift Lever. 15 Start The Engine. 22 Location. 17 Parking Brake. 18 Preparation. 26 Level Adjustment. 28 Mower Drive Belt Adjust. 23 Replace. 10 C Clutch Adjust. 12 Removal. 23 Drive Brake. 19 Operate On Hills.A Adjustments Blade Rotation Control. 18 Shift Lever Adjust. Location. 14 Clutch / Brake Pedal. 14 Operation. 16 Location Of Controls. 30 Blade. 32 Install. 27 Operation. 5–7 Seat. Location. 25 Fuse. 13. 15 Tire Pressure. 32 Headlight. Location. 24 Location. 14. 23 Check. 23 Clutch / Brake Pedal. 14 Operation. 28 Mower Drive. 24 Check. 14. 11 Seat Switch. 13. 16 H Headlight. 21 Sharpen. 13. 16 Throttle Control. 3–4 Safe Mowing Guide. 20 Spark Arrester. 14. 15. 15 Transport. 14 Headlight Switch. 28 Mower Drive Adjust. Wheels. Type. 22 Replace. 18 Stop The Unit. 32 Headlight Switch. 21 Blade Control Lever. 12 Clean.
24538 Model No. 24583 F–030745L Î Î 38” MULCHER KIT Model No. 52 . LAWN SWEEPER Model No. 24758 GARDEN TILLER Model No.LAWN TRACTOR ACCESSORIES Make your Lawn Tractor do more than you ever imagined. If you are unable to obtain the necessary information.5 inch tires) GRASS BAGGER Model No. The accessories shown on this page can be used on your Lawn Tractor. 24515 Model No. 24525 (For 20x8 inch tire) (For 18x8. 24767 9 Bushel Capacity (For 42” and 46”) SNOW THROWER Model No. 24720 SNOW BLADE Model No.A.S. 24530 Model No.5 inch tire) (For 18x9. See the Store or Dealer where you purchased your Lawn Tractor. 24630 (For 23 inch tires) Made in U. 24755 42” MULCHER KIT Model No. 13460 TIRE CHAINS Model No.5 inch tire) REAR WHEEL WEIGHTS Model No. and 42”) Model No. 24003 (For 18x9. 24744 7 Bushel Capacity (For 38”. 24750 40” MULCHER KIT Model No.5 inch tires) (For 20x8 inch tires) Model No. 40”. 24478 GRASS BAGGER Model No. 24539 (For 20x10 inch tire) (For 23x9. contact the Central Parts Distribution Center for your area as listed in your Repair Parts Book.
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