Worldlawn 28? Operator`s manual

Operator’s Manual
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Commercial / Residential
28″Mower
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Service Information
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Mower Operation
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Adjustments & Repairs
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Warranty
Worldlawn Power Equipment, Inc.
422 Turnbull Canyon Road City of Industry CA 91744
Toll Free Number:1-866-9-Mowers(1-866-966-9377)
Service Information
WORLDLAWN 28” COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL MOWER
SERVICE AND REPAIR PARTS INFORMATION
If you have questions, problems, need an Operator’s or Parts
Factory specified replacement parts for your Mower are
Manual, please contact your local Worldlawn authorized
available from either your local worldlawn authorized dealer
dealer or call the Factory. When calling or writing, please
or by calling the Factory.
provide the Model and Serial Number of your Mower.
For engine information, contact your nearest authorized
WORLDLAWN POWER EQUIPMENT INC.
Engine Service Dealer.The Engine Warranty is covered by
Phone: ……………………………………(626)934-8552
the Engine Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty.
Fax: ………………………………………(626)934-8162
Record
E-mail: Worldlawnmower@adelphia.net
Model No.
Some of the pictures will vary between models but they
usually depict similar information.
MODEL NUMBERS 28” MOWERS
MODEL
Cutting Height
WY28…
1.5’’-3’’
WY28B…
2’’-4’’
Serial No.
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION
Equipment Safety and Training……………..………………………………………...
General Safety Instructions…………………………………………………………...
Unpacking & Initial Assembly………………………………………………………..
Preparation to Mow…………………………………………………………………...
Operating the Mower ……………………………………………………………........
Maintenance And Storage………………………………………………………..........
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MOWER OPERATION
Initial Run-in Procedures………………………………..... ……………………........
Mower Operation………………………………..... ……………………....................
Before Starting the engine……………………..... ……………………......................
Starting the engine……………………………………………………….……..……..
Blade Drive……………………………………………………………………………
Wheel Drives………………………………………………………………………….
Stopping the Mower……………………………………………………………..........
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ADJUSTMENTS AND REPAIRS
Mower Deck Adjustments……………………………………………………………
Mower Deck Belt Adjustments ………………………………………………………
Transmission Drive Belt Adjustments ……………………………………………….
Wheel Drive Belt Adjustments……………………………………………………….
Blade Replacement……………………………………………………………………
Blade Drive Belt Replacement (1.5’’-3’’) ……………………………………………
Blade Drive Belt Replacement (2’’-4’’) ………………………………………………
Synchronous Belt Replacement………………………………………………………
Transmission Drive Belt Replacement………………………………………………..
Blade Brake Pad Replacement………………………………………………………..
Wheel Drive Belt Replacement………………………………………………………
Rear Wheel Tube Replacement ………………………………………………………
Drive Control Adjustments……………………………………………………………
Shift Control Rod Adjustment………………………………………………………...
Electrical Schematic ………………………………………………………………….
Service Instructions To Transmission ………………………………………………..
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ACCESSORY
Grass Catcher …………………………………………………………………………
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WARRANTY
Warranty Information…………………………………………………………………
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Notes…………………………………………………………………………………..
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Safety Information
RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION
LOOK FOR THIS SYMBOL TO POINT OUT IMPORTANT
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. IT MEANS ATTENTION!
BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED.
EQUIPMENT SAFETY AND TRAINING
● READ the OPERATOR’S Manual Carefully. Be thoroughly
familiar with the controls and the proper use of the Mower.
● NEVER allow children to operate or ride on the Mower. Do not allow
adults to operate the Mower without proper instruction.
● KEEP the area of operation clear of all by standers, particularly small
children and pets.
● DO NOT operate the Mower if under the influence of alcohol,
medication or when tired or ill.
Your mower was built to the highest standards in the industry.
hazardous situation exists on or near the machine that
However, the prolonged life and maximum efficiency of your mower
WARNING
depends on you following the operating, maintenance and adjustment
instructions in this manual.
We encourage you to contact your dealer for repairs. Worldlawn dealers
are informed of the latest methods to service this mower and provide
DANGER
The signal word“DANGER”denotes that an extremely
could result in high probability of death or irreparable
injury if proper precautions are not taken.
The signal word “WARNING” denotes that a hazard
exist on or near the machine that can result in injury or
death if precautions are not taken.
prompt and efficient service .
A replacement operator’s manual is available from your dealer or by
contacting Worldlawn Power Equipment, Inc. 422 Turnbull
Canyon Road, City of Industry , CA 91744 .
E-mail: Worldlawnmower@adelphia.net . Please indicate the complete
model and serial number of your Worldlawn mower.
Use of other than original Worldlawn replacement parts will void the
CAUTION
The signal word “CAUTION”is a reminder of safety
practices on or near the machine that could result in
personal injury if proper precautions are not taken.
warranty.
The “Right” and “Left”, “Front” and “Rear” of the machine are
referenced from the operator’s perspective when in the normal operating
position and facing the forward travel direction.
GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
· Read this operator’s manual and instructions furnished with
attachments. Perform only those maintenance procedures described in
this manual. If major repairs are ever needed or assistance is desired,
contact an authorized Worldlawn dealer. To ensure optimum
performance and safety, always purchase genuine Worldlawn
replacement parts and accessories.
UNPACKING & INITIAL ASSEMBLY
·Open crate.
·Remove loose parts ( i.e., Operator’s manual, etc) from
crate.
·Remove unit from crate, check crate thoroughly for loose
parts.
·Attach the handlebars with two Hex Hd. bolts, Locknuts
and Washers on each side as show in FIG1
· FAILURE TO FOLLOW THESE INSTRUCTIONS OR
INCORRECTLY OPERATE THE MOWER COULD RESULT IN
PERSONAL SERIOUS INJURY.
This symbol means “Attention! Become Alert!”
FIG1
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Adjustment & Repairs
·Each of the control rods must be connected as shown in
FIG2. Follow the instructions to properly adjust each of the
controls.
● Know the controls and how to stop quickly.
● Do not allow children under fourteen years old to operate the mower.
Do not allow adults to operate the mower without proper instruction.
● The owner/user can prevent and is responsible for accidents or injuries
occurring to themselves, other people or property.
OPERATING THE MOWER
FIG2
·Route the throttle control cable through the rear shield and
attach to the engine as show in FIG3 and in the engine
operator manual.
·Install the discharge chute as show in FIG4
● ALWAYS wear safety goggles or safety glasses with side shields
when operating the Mower.
● DO NOT change the Engine Governor setting or overspeed the
engine.
● DO NOT put hands or feet near or under rotating parts. Keep clear of
the discharge opening at all times.
● Disengage the blades and wait for them to stop before crossing gravel
drives, walks or roads.
● MOW only in daylight or in good artificial light.
Always run the Engine at the fast speed setting for best mowing
performance.
●If the cutting blades should strike a solid object or the equipment
should start to vibrate abnormally, stop the engine, disconnect the spark
plug wire, and check immediately for the cause. Vibration is generally a
warning of trouble. Check the mower for damaged or defective parts.
Repair any damage before starting the engine or operating the mower
deck. Be sure the blades are in good condition and the blade bolts are
tight.
FIG3
● STOP the Engine whenever you leave the Mower, or during cleaning,
SAFETY OPERATION
repairing or inspecting. Make certain the Blades and all moving parts
have stopped. Disconnect the spark plug wire, and keep the wire away
PREPARATION TO MOW
● Remove all debris or other objects that might be picked up and thrown
by the blades. Keep all bystanders away from the mowing areas.
● DO NOT operate the Mower when barefoot or wearing open sandals.
Always wear appropriate footwear.
● CHECK the fuel before starting the engine. Do not fill the Gasoline
Tank indoors or when the Engine is running.wait until the Engine has
been allowed to cool for several minutes after running. Clean off any
spilled gasoline before starting the engine.
● KEEP the Blade Drive Lever in the disengaged position and shift the
Transmission into neutral before starting the engine.
Never make a height adjustment or any Mower adjustment while the
engine is running.
● NEVER operate the Mower in wet grass. Always be sure of your
footing; keep a firm hold on the handles and walk; never run.
● Do not smoke while handling gasoline.
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from the plug to prevent accidental starting.
● MOW across the face of slopes; never up and down. Exercise
extreme caution when changing direction on slopes. Do not mow on
slopes (with an incline of more than 15°). Exceeding the maximum
safe operating angle may cause tipping and loss of Mower control.
●The discharge chute must always be installed and in the down position
except when the optional grass catcher or mulching shield is properly
installed. If the discharge area should plug, shut the engine off and wait
for all movement to stop before removing the obstruction.
●Do not touch the engine or muffler while the engine is running or a
short time after it is stopped. These areas could be hot enough to cause a
burn.
●Start the engine when the neutral latches are in the neutral lock position,
the blades are disengaged, the transmission is in neutral and the
● Fill the tank outdoors and up to approximately 1 (25 mm) below the
bottom of the filler neck.
● Keep all shields, safety devices, and decals in place. If a shield, safety
operator’s presence levers must be released.
device or decal is defective or damaged, repair or replace it before
●Using the mower demands attention. To prevent loss of control:
operating. ALSO, CHECK ALL NUTS, BOLTS AND SCREWS FOR
A. Watch for holes or other hidden hazards.
PROPER TIGHTNESS, TO ASSURE THE MOWER IS IN SAFE
B. Do not drive close to a drop-off, ditch, creek bank, or other hazard.
OPERATING CONDITION.
C. Reduce speed when making sharp turns and when turning on
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●Do not run the engine in a confined area without adequate ventilation.
Exhaust fumes are hazardous and could possibly be deadly.
Adjustment & Repairs
hillsides.
Battery with corrosive acid can burn your skin and cloth.
● Do not operate the mower under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
● Keep battery away from fire, short circuit of battery can cause
● Before leaving the operator’s position or leave the mower unattended,
explosion.
shift the transmission into neutral, place the neutral latches in the neutral
● Drain and refill the transmission oil yearly- use one pint of SAE30
lock position, and release the Blade Drive Lever. Shut the engine off.
● Grease Fittings are provided on important parts requiring lubrication.
● Shut the engine off and wait until the blades come to a complete stop
FIG17
before removing the grass catcher.
● Never raise the mower deck while the blades are rotating.
● Always park the mower and/or start the engine on a level surface.
● Do not pass or stand on the grass discharge side of any mower while
the engine is running. Stop operation when another person approaches.
MOWER OPERATION
FIG4.
CAREFULLY READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THE
MOWER.
INITIAL RUN PROCEDURES
·Check the belts for proper tension at 2, 4 and 8 hours.
·Check the steering control rods for neutral adjustment .
·Check the tires for proper pressure.
Drive wheels:
20 PSI (140kPa)
·Check for loose hardware. Tighten as needed.
FIG4
MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
·Check the safety switches for proper adjustment:
The engine will crank, but not start if the mower is not in
Allow only trained personnel to service the mower.
neutral.
● Disconnect the spark plug wire from the spark plug to prevent
The engine will crank, but not start if the blade drive lever
accidental starting of the engine when servicing, adjusting or storing the
is engaged.
mower.
The engine should start if the transmission is in neutral and
● If the mower must be tipped to perform maintenance or adjustment,
the blade drive lever is disengaged.
drain the gasoline from the fuel tank.
·Check to make sure that all the fittings have been lubricated
● To reduce potential fire hazard, keep the engine free of excessive
MOWER OPERATION
grease, grass, leaves and accumulations of dirt.
READ AND UNDERSTAND THE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
● Be sure the mower is in safe operation condition by keeping nuts,
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THE MOWER
bolts, and screws tight. Check the blade bolts and nuts frequently to be
BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE
sure they are tight.
Check oil level in the engine.
● If the engine must be running to perform a maintenance adjustment,
Fill the fuel tank with clean, lead-free gasoline.
keep hands, feet, clothing and other parts of the body away from the
Open the fuel line shut-off on the bottom of the fuel tank.
blades and other moving parts.
NOTE:
● Do not overspeed the engine by changing governor settings. To be
·The transmission must be in neutral.
sure of safety and accuracy, have an authorized dealer check maximum
·The blade drive lever must be disengaged.
engine speed with a tachometer.
·Operator presence levers must be released.
● The engine must be shut off before checking the oil or adding oil to
·Steering levers must be in the neutral lock position.
the crankcase.
START THE ENGINE
● Allow the engine to cool before storing the mower in any enclosure
When starting a cold engine, move throttle control to choke position.
such as a garage or storage shed.
When restarting a warm engine , move throttle control to a mid position.
● Always store gasoline in a safety-approved, red container.
● Caution must be taken while maintenance is being made to battery.
BLADE DRIVE
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Squeeze and hold the operator presence levers engaged. Push the mower
the cutting height. The cutting height can be adjusted from 1.5” to 3”
blade drive lever forward to engaged position. The blades will rotate at
(WY28B: form 2” to 4”) in 0.5” increments by changing the height of
high speed. Pull the mower blade drive lever backward to disengaged
the mower deck.
position to stop the blades. FIG5.
·To raise the mower deck, pull J -pin, align the hole of left carrier frame
THE BLADE TIP SPEED ON 28’’ IS 14,240 FEET PER MINUTE
or right carrier frame on the register mark of the mower deck, release
J-pin, make sure the reading of register mark is the same. FIG6.
WARNING:
Be sure engine is off and blade is at a full stop to adjust the
cutting height. Failure to follow this instruction could result
in personal injury or mower damage.
FIG5
NOTE:
When the blade drive lever is engaged or disengaged, a
squealing sound from the underside of the mower deck is
normal. It is caused by the blade rotate speed sudden
changing. Slowly push the mower blade drive lever
forward to engaged position. For best mower life, engage
FIG6
MOWER DECK BELT ADJUSTMENTS
the blade drive lever with the engine at 3/4 throttle.
WHEEL DRIVES
SQUEEZE THE STEERING LEVERS WITH BOTH HANDS
TO KEEP THE NEUTRAL LATCHES IN THE NEUTRAL
LOCK POSITION, MOVE GEAR SHIFT LEVER TO Ⅰ, Ⅱ,
OR Ⅲ POSITION.
NOTE:
FIG7
·Top speed is only used for transportation.
·While squeezing the steering levers with both hands,
·Remove the belt cover.
release right and left neutral latches, release right and left
·Adjust the mower deck belt using a belt tension gauge. The blade drive
steering lever to make the mower travel.
lever is engaged, tension the mower belt, and adjust the belt so that the
·When the steering levers are released, the mower will
belt moves 1/4” with 10 pounds of pressure. Adjust the tension by
travel straight. To make a right turn, squeeze the steering
tightening or loosening the nut. FIG7
lever RH .To turn left, squeeze the steering lever LH.
NOTE:
STOPPING THE MOWER
Due to initial belt stretch and to prevent the belt from
To stop, squeeze both the steering levers, lock the neutral latches, and
slipping, check this adjustment after the first 2 hours, 4
shift the transmission into neutral.
hours and 8 hours of operation.
NOTE:
WARNING:
Push the gear shift lever forward to increase speed, but the
Be sure engine is off before removing belt cover.
mower must be at full stop before decreasing speed.
ADJUSTMENTS AND REPAIRS
TRANSMISSION DRIVE BELT
Transmission drive belt is on the underside of the engine
frame weldment, adjust the belt so that the belt moves 1/4”
MOWER DECK ADJUSTMENTS
with 10 pounds of pressure, adjust the tension by moving
·Due to the many cutting conditions that exist, it is necessary to adjust
transmission drive idler pulley. FIG8.
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FIG8
WARNING:
Shut off engine and disconnect the spark plug
wire before adjusting the belt.
WHEEL DRIVE BELTS ADJUSTMENTS
FIG11
WARNING:
Be sure engine is off before removing belt cover and
replacing blades.
BLADE DRIVE BELT Replacement(1.5’’---3’’)
Remove the belt cover, loosen four locknuts of belt guard bracket(s)on
the mower deck, rotate the belt guard bracket(s) outward at an angle.
Loosen the locknuts of the belt guard besides engine pulley on the
engine frame, rotate the guards upward at an angle, and install new belt.
Reinstall guards and guards bracket(s),keep the blade drive lever in the
FIG9
engage position,tighten the belt,and give a 3mm clearance between the
Adjust the wheel drive belts on both sides of the mower when the
guards and pulley. Tighten all the nuts. Check the belt for proper tension.
mower pulls to one side. Turn to left, adjust the belt on the right side of
Reinstall the belt cover. FIG12. Otherwise, owner/user is responsible for
the mower, tension it more, otherwise, adjust the belt on the left side of
accidents or injuries occurring.
the mower. FIG9.
BLADE DRIVE BELT Replacement(2’’---4’’)
BLADE REPLACEMENT
Remove the belt cover, loosen four locknuts of the belt guard bracket(s)
Remove belt cover, remove blade bolts, washer, plate and locknut.
on the mower deck, rotate the belt guard bracket(s) outward at an angle.
Replace all parts in proper order. Be sure Blade coupling above the blade
Loosen locknuts of the belt guard on the belt guard fixed seat on the
and the flats in blade are aligned with flats on the blade spindle. Torque
mower deck, loosen bolts of the belt guard bracket(s) besides engine
to 90±18N.M. Be sure that both blades are positioned equally and
pulley on the engine frame and nuts of the long bolt on the right belt
perpendicular to each other. FIG10, FIG11.
guard bracket(s).Rotate the guards upward at an angle, and install new
belt. Reinstall guards and guards bracket(s),keep the blade drive lever in
the engage position,tighten the belt,and give a 3mm clearance between
the guards and pulley. Tighten all the nuts and bolts.Check the belt for
proper tension. Reinstall the belt cover. FIG13. Otherwise, owner/user is
responsible for accidents or injuries occurring.
NOTE:
All locknuts on belt guards (and brackets) must
be securely tightened.
SYNCHRONOUS BELT REPLACEMENT
FIG10
Remove the belt cover, remove blade drive belt from the blade pulley,
remove plank, Remove locknut and plate on the outer blade bolt,
remove synchronous belt and synchronous pulley. Replace all parts in
proper order. FIG11.
Replace synchronous belt every 200 hours.
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WARNING:
Be sure that both blades are perpendicular to each other
while installing, It could otherwise result in serious mower
damage. FIG11.
NOTE:
Shut off engine and disconnect the spark plug
wire before removing belt cover.
WHEEL DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENTS
TRANSMISSION DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT
Loosen the locknuts of the belt guard besides engine pulley (or bolts of
the belt guard brackets on both sides and nuts of the long bolt on the
right belt guard bracket). Rotate the guard (or belt guard brackets on
both sides) at an angle,remove the blade drive belt from the engine
pulley, loosen the locknut of transmission drive idler pulley, move the
transmission drive idler pulley. Remove the old belt, install new belt.
Replace all parts in proper order. Adjust the belt following proper
procedure. Tighten all the locknuts. FIG12. FIG13
FIG14
NOTE:
Remove rear Hex Hd. Bolt securing Belt Guard, loosen front Hex Hd.
All locknuts on belt guards must be securely tightened.
Bolt securing Belt Guard, then turn the belt guard around Front Hex Hd.
BLADE BRAKE PAD REPLACEMENT
Bolt, squeeze Steering Lever to loosen Idler Pulley, remove the wheel
Remove belt cover, move blade brake arm assembly out of way, remove
drive belt from Transmission Output Pulley, then remove the belt from
hardware securing blade brake pad. Install new pad, center the pad in the
wheel drive pulley and drive wheels. Install new belt, replace all parts in
blade pulley groove, re-tighten nuts. Test operation of the blade brake
proper order, adjust the belt following adjusting belt procedures. FIG14.
system, to see that the blade brake stops blade rotation within 3 seconds.
REAR WHEEL TUBE REPLACEMENTS
To replace tube, remove tire & rim assembly from the wheel
hub weldment, remove bolts from tire & rim assembly, split
the rim, remove old tube, install new tube, reinstall drive
wheel assembly in proper order.
DRIVE CONTROL ADJUSTMENTS
FIG12.
The drive control is a system of interconnected machine element made
up of steering and braking functions, that is to say, one steering lever
applies to neutral latch lock position or neutral latch unlock position.
When two steering levers are in neutral lock position, the power is
disengaged. To brake, adjust brake lever and control rod beside the
FIG12
mower for the same strength.
Adjusting control rod: Remove hair pin on the top of control rod, pull
out the control rod from steering lever, turn the control rod so that the
length of two control rods is same, reinstall all parts in proper order.
Adjusting brake lever: Loose or tighten locknut at the bottom of brake
lever to adjust the length of the brake lever. FIG15.
FIG13
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FIG16
FIG15
SHIFT CONTROL ROD ADJUSTMENTS
When the transmission is in neutral, adjust the shift control
rod so that the switch travel is compressed more than 5 mm.
To adjust the shift control rod, remove the hair pin on the top
of the shift control rod, pull out the shift rod from the gear
shift lever, turn the shift control rod as needed, then reinstall
all parts in proper order. FIG16.
FIG17
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Adjustment & Repairs
Electrical Schematic
WIRING HARNESS DIAGRAM
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS TO
TRANSMISSION
Service Interval
The first service time: 80 hours
The next service time: every 300 hours
Service Method
·Remove drain plug from the back of transmission , and drain lubricate oil into a container, see FIG19.
Caution: Make sure to completely drain all the lubricating oil from transmission.
·Replace drain plug into the transmission and tighten.
·Remove the fill / plug.
·Put 0.25L #18 hyperbolic gear oil into the transmission, see FIG19.
·Replace fill/ plug into the transmission and tighten. Clean the surface of transmission, see FIG19.
FIG19
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Accessory
GRASS CATCHER & COUNTER-WEIGHT
Grass catcher : FIG18.
Model:
WY28-NGC
Capacity:
80 Liters(2.1 Bushels)
FIG18
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warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY
WORLDLAWN POWER EQUIPMENT, INC
28” MOWER
Worldawn Power Equipment, Inc, (“Worldlawn”) warrants
that the worldlawn 28” Mower (“Mower”) will be free from
defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year
commercial from the original date of purchase. During the
warranty period, Worldlawn will repair or replace, at its
option,any Mower or part thereof which is found to be
defective in material or workmanship. This warranty
specifically excludes wear items, including but not limited to
belts, blades and tires. This warranty also specifically
excludes parts covered by another manufacturer’s warranty,
which parts are covered only by that manufacturer’s
warranty.
This limited warranty extends only to the original retail
purchaser (“Owner”) of a Mower. It is not transferable. This
warranty extends only to those Mowers purchased for
private residential and commercial use . A Mower purchased
for any other reason, for example as a rental unit, shall have a
ninety (90) day warranty under the same terms and
conditions as set forth herein.
Proof of purchase will be required to substantiate all
warranty claims. All warranty work must be performed by
an authorized Worldlawn Dealer. Any work done on or to the
Mower by anyone other than an authorized Worldlawn
Dealer, including the original purchaser, voids all provisions
of this warranty except those provisions which limit
Worldlawn’s liability (as set forth below).
Any Mower or part thereof which, at worldlawn’s sole
discretion, is deemed defective shall be repaired or replaced ,
at worldlawns option, without charge for parts or labor. To
take advantage of this warranty, the Mower must be returned
to an authorized worldlawn Dealer within the warranty
period. The cost of delivering the Mower to the authorized
Dealer and return delivery shall be the responsibility of the
Owner.
Worldlawn’s sole responsibility with any claim made under
this warranty is limited only to repairing or replacing the
mower or a defective part thereof, and no claim of breach of
warranty shall be cause for recision , cancellation, or voiding
the contract of sale of the Mower.
This warranty does not extend to any Mower or part thereof
which has been misused, neglected, damaged, abused, not
properly installed or maintained , altered or which has been
operated in any way contrary to the operating instructions as
specified in the Owner/Operator Manual. This warranty
does not extend to any repair or replacement made necessary
by normal use . This warranty does not extend to the engine
which is warranted separately by the engine manufacturer.
THE WARRANTY EXPRESSED HEREIN IS IN LIEU
OF OTHER WARRANTIES,EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTY OR MERCHANTIBILITY OR FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR USE AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY
AND ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITY ON
WORLDLAWN’S PART.
UNDER ANY AND ALL CIRCUMSTANCES,
WORLDLAWN’S TOTAL LIABILITY TO OWNER
FOR ANY AND ALL CLAIMS, LOSSES OR
DAMAGES, INCLUDING LOSS OF PROFITS,
ARISING OUT OF ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER,
WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE
OR OTHER TORT, STRICTLIABILITY, BREACH OF
WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE, SHALL IN NO EVENT
EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE MOWER .
IN NO EVENT SHALL WORLDLAWN BE
RESPONSIBLE FOR
SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL,
CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES.
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Worldlawn Power Equipment, Inc.
422 Turnbull Canyon Road City of Industry CA 91744
Phone:(626) 934-8552
Fax: (626) 934-8162
E-mail: worldlawnmower@adelphia.net
Form No. 28102-200801