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Quick Links. Download this manual. Table of Contents. Engine Stop lever. Page 3: Table Of Contents 1. The following pages are designed to help you gain safe and efficient service from your mower.
Read and understand this handbook prior to operating your mower for the first time. The manufacturer of the engines furnish their own warranty and services are provided through their authorised network Refer to "Engine Warranty Statement".
Page 6: 1. When you see this symbol be alert to the possibility of injury. Carefully read the following and inform others. Your mower is perfectly safe if used correctly. Failure to observe the following precautions may result in serious injury. Stale fuel can block the carburettor and cause leakage. A damaged cutterblade or loose fixing bolt are major hazards. Before use, always visually inspect the cutting mechanism to ensure that it is in good condition.
Carefully read the Owners Handbook before using the machine. If any items are missing contact, your local Hayter dealer. Engine Handbook. Warranty Reg.
The engine must be filled with the correct grade of oil and petrol before starting the engine. Always use high quality detergent oil classified SAE 30 oil. Never use additives with recommended oil. Page 1. Check that the engine stop and ground drive clutch levers return freely to their rest position when released.
Turn the ignition key in a clockwise direc- tion and hold in position to crank the engine. When the engine starts release the key and move the throttle to the fast position after starting a cold engine. Height of Cut Move the height of cut lever sideways to disengage it from the locking notch, then push forwards to lower or pull backwards to raise the height of cut. Heavy Growth Areas of heavy growth should be mown without collecting the clip- pings.
If collection is required, first mow the area without the grass- bag at the maximum height of cut setting. January There is very little work to do this month apart from brushing away leaves. Keep off the grass if frozen or waterlogged.
February Rake the grass thoroughly. Spike the lawn to aerate and stimulate soil organisms and root growth and apply lawn sand if necessary. Fill any cracks caused by drought with a mixture of sharp sand and soil. In dry weath- er conditions leave the grass longer to help retain ground moisture.
September Raise the height of cut to allow the grass to thicken and protect the roots from the winter frost and snow. See page 1. After the very first five hours change the engine oil. Follow the hourly or calendar intervals, whichever occurs first. More frequent service will be required if working for prolonged periods under dusty, dry conditions, or when airborne debris is present or after extensive operation cutting tall, dry grass.
Replace the spark plug every hours or every season, whichever occurs first. Fertilisers and top dressings are particularly corrosive. Thoroughly clean the mower deck immediately after use on treat- ed grass and store well away from corrosive materials. Apply a good quality medium grease to the inner control cables at the point of entry and exit from their outer casing. Cutterblade Removal Drain the fuel by running the engine until the fuel tank is empty and the engine stops.
Secure the cutterblade using the bolt 1 , spring washer 2 , and distance piece 3 and tighten to a torque of 54Nm Cutterblade Sharpening 30 A slightly worn cutterblade may be re-sharpened. Take care to ensure that the control cables do not become snagged at the pivot point and depress the engine stop lever to prevent it being dam- aged through contact with the engine spark plug. NEVER charge the battery near naked flames or direct heat. Incorrect oil level. Obstruction under deck.
Battery discharged Only Excess oil level. Air cleaner cartridge oil soaked or blocked. Cutterblade bolt loose. Cutterblade out of balance. Bent crankshaft. Undulating ground conditions Cutterblade worn Cutterblade out of balance Engine Model Notes: 1. Page 36 We hope you find the links below useful. For further gardening information visit Blower Vacs Brush cutters Cultivators Cylinder lawn mowers Electric Fertiliser chainsaws spreaders Garden tractors Garden vacuums Hover mowers Husqvarna chainsaws Lawn scarifiers Lawn tractors Petrol hedge Ride on lawn cutters mowers Ryobi strimmers This manual is also suitable for: Harrier 41 a Harrier 41 a Harrier 41 a.
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