Worldlawn WY33N13KWE Operator`s manual

Operator’s Manual
R
Commercial / Residential
33″Mower
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Service Information
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Maintenance
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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 33” 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.
Contact your local Worldlawn or Engine authorized dealer or
WORLDLAWN POWER EQUIPMENT INC.
call the Factory where local laws require the Mower to have
Phone: ……………………………………(626)934-8552
a Spark Arrester Muffler.
Fax: ………………………………………(626)934-8162
For engine information, contact your nearest authorized
E-mail: Worldlawnmower@adelphia.net
Engine Service Dealer. Look in the Yellow Pages under
Some of the pictures will vary between models but they
“Engine-Gasoline.” The Engine Warranty is covered by the
usually depict similar information.
Engine Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty.
MODEL NUMBERS 33” MOWERS
Record (See FIG.1)
MODEL
ENGINE
STARTER
WY33N11BS
B&S10.5HP Intek I/C
Recoil
WY33N11BSE
B&S11.5 HP Intek I/C
Electric
WY33N13BS
B&S13HP Intek I/C
Recoil
WY33N13BSE
B&S13HP Intek I/C
Electric
WY33N11HD
Honda GXV340
Recoil
WY33N11HDE
Honda GXV340
Electric
WY33N13HD
Honda GXV390
Recoil
WY33N13HDE
Honda GXV390
Electric
WY33N13KW
Kawasaki FH381V
Recoil
WY33N13KWE
Kawasaki FH381V
Electric
Model No.
Serial No.
Table Of Content
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY INFORMATION
Equipment Safety and Training……………..………………………………………...
Preparation to Mow…………………………………………………………………...
Operating the Mower ……………………………………………………………........
1
1
1
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance and Storage………………………………………………………….......
Initial Assembly…………………………………………………………………….....
Blade Care…………………………………………………………………………….
Daily Maintenance…………………………………………………………………….
Safety decals…………………………………………………………………………..
1
2
2
2
2
MOWER OPERATION
Operation……………………………………………………………………………...
Starting the engine……………………………………………………….……..……..
Stopping the engine…………………………………………………………………...
Blades and wheels drives………………………………………………………...........
3
3
3
3
ADJUSTMENTS AND REPAIRS
Adjustments and Repairs………………………………………………………...........
Blade Replacement……………………………………………………………………
Blade Spindle Belt Replacement……………………………………………………...
Blade Brake Pad Replacement………………………………………………………..
Blade Drive Belt Replacement………………………………………………………..
Transmission Drive Belt Replacement………………………………………………..
Wheel Drive Belt Replacement……………………………………………………….
Wheel Drive Controls Adjustment……………………………………………………
Wheel Brake Adjustment……………………………………………………………...
Blade Drive Lever Adjustment………………………………………………………..
Shift Control Rod Adjustment………………………………………………………...
Cutting Height Adjustment……………………………………………………………
Transmission Adjustment……………………………………………………………..
4
4
4
4
4
5
5
5
6
6
6
6
7
ECECTRICAL SCHEMATIC
Wiring Harness Diagram……………………………………………………………...
8
ACCESSORY
Nylon Grass Catcher………………………………………………………………….
9
WARRANTY
Warranty Information…………………………………………………………………
10
Notes…………………………………………………………………………………..
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NOTES
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.
PREPARATION TO MOW
● THOROUGHLY inspect the area where the Mower is to
be used and remove all stones, sticks, wires, bones and other
foreign objects.
● 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 cooled 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.
OPERATING THE MOWER
● ALWAYS wear safety goggles or safety glasses with side
shields when operating the Mower.
● DO NOT change the Engine Governor setting or over
speed the engine.
● DO NOT put hands or feet near or under rotating parts.
Keep clear of the discharge opening at all times.
● TEST the operation of Blade Drive Lever before each use.
If Blades rotate longer than three seconds after the controls
are disengaged, stop the Engine and immediately contact
your local Worldlawn authorized dealer or call the factory
for instructions. DO NOT use the Mower until the
mechanism is repaired.
● MAKING TURNS :The Mower turns easily by squeezing
the right of left lever.
● WATCH for traffic and STOP the Mower Blade when
crossing gravel drives, walks or roadways.
● MOW only in daylight or in good artificial light.
Always run the Engine at the fast speed setting for best
mowing performance.
● STOP the Engine, after striking a foreign object,
disconnect the spark plug wire, thoroughly inspect the
Mower for any damage and repair the damage before
restarting and operating the Mower.
If the Mower 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.
● STOP the Engine whenever you leave the Mower, or
during cleaning, repairing or inspecting. Make certain the
Blades and all moving parts have stopped. Disconnect the
spark plug wire, and keep the wire away 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.
● ALWAYS mow with all Covers in place and the Discharge
Chute in the down position except if an optional Grass
Catcher is completely installed.
● DO NOT touch Engine parts which may be hot from
operation. Allow parts to cool completely before inspecting,
cleaning, adjusting, refueling or repairing the Mower.
● Shut off the Fuel Valve at the bottom of the Tank
before transporting the Mower on a trailer, FIG10.
Failure to do so may cause flooding of the Carburetor due to
road vibration.
USE
THE
FOLLOWING
MAINTENANCE
PROCEDURES TO KEEP YOUR MOWER IN
GOOD OPERATING CONDITION
MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE
● CHECK the Blade and Engine Mounting Bolts at frequent
intervals for proper tightness.
● KEEP all Nuts, Bolts and Screws tight to be sure the
equipment is in safe working condition.
● NEVER store the Mower with gasoline in the Tank inside
a building where fumes may reach an open flame or spark.
Allow the Engine to cool before storing in any enclosure.
Store gasoline in a cool, well vented area, and only in an
approved container.
● Keep MOWER Blades sharp. Use Caution, wear gloves
and eye protection when servicing and sharpening Blades.
To reduce fire hazard, keep the engine free of grass, leaves,
debris and grease.
1
Maintenance
● Check the tires for proper pressure.
Front caster tires
20psi.
Rear tires
20psi.
● Drain and refill the Transmission Oil yearly—use one pint
of SAE 30. FIG 9 & FIG 15.
● Grease all pivots daily, or more often as needed,
depending on operating conditions.
● Use only Worldlawn® original equipment replacement
parts. “WILL FIT” parts could present a safety hazard
and void the warranty.
INITIAL ASSEMBLY
The Handlebars and Control Linkages may not be
completely installed on the Mower and Connectors may be
disengaged. Attach the Handlebars with two bolts on each
side as shown in FIG 9. Attach Throttle Cable to the Engine
as shown in FIG 1 and in the Engine Operating &
Maintenance Instructions. Each of the Control Rods must be
connected as shown in FIG 3 & 10. Follow the instructions
to properly adjust each of the controls. The Fuel Line should
be connected to the Engine Fuel Filter and attached to the
Engine with one Tie. Tighten the Fuel Clamp Screw FIG 1.
Attach the Discharge Chute FIG 7. Attach the LH & RH
Front Caster Wheel Arm Assembly to the Mower Deck with
4 bolts in each Arm.
Tie
Fuel
Filter
Throttle
Cable
Attachment
Model
Plate
Engine
Pulley Belt
Guard Nut
FIG 1 Throttle and Fuel Line Attachment
( The positions of Fuel Filter And Throttle Cable
Attachment are a bit different on different models of
Engines.)
For the Electric Start Mower, FIG 2, plug the Connector A
on the Handlebar into the Connector B on the Engine Frame,
refer to the Wiring Harness Diagram, page 8.
Connector A
FIG 2 Electric Start Controls
To prevent personal injury or Mower damage, do
not attempt to start the Engine until the Handlebars and
Control Rods are properly installed, checked for proper
operation and you have read and understood the safety,
controls and operation of the Mower.
Shut off Engine and Disconnect the Spark Plug
Wire, and keep the wire away from the plug to prevent
accidental starting before making any Inspections, Repairs
or Adjustments (Except Carburetor)
REFER to the Engine Operating & Maintenance Instructions
for the following Engine Service Information:
● Safety
● Starting and Stopping
● Engine Information
● Maintenance
● Oil
● Adjustments
● Fuel & Starting Info.
● Parts and Service & Storage
● Warranty Information
Tipping mower for service
When servicing the underside of the Mower,
make sure Mower is securely blocked up to prevent it from
falling and injuring anyone.
BLADE CARE
For best results keep Mower Blades sharp. The Blades can
be sharpened with a few strokes of a file or dressed on a
grinding wheel. DO NOT attempt to sharpen Blades while
on the Mower.
1. When sharpening the Blades take care to maintain Blade
balance. Check for proper balance before reinstalling.
Replacing bent or damaged Blades.
2. To ensure good cutting performance, install new Blades at
the start of each mowing season.
DAILY MAINTENANCE
1. Make sure all Nuts and Bolts are tight and Pins securely in
place. Especially make certain the Engine and Blade
Bolts/Nuts are tightened properly.
2. Pressure wash to remove grease, spilled oil, accumulated
dirt and clippings from around belts and underside of
Mower.
3. Grease Fittings are provided on important parts requiring
lubrication. See FIGS 3 & 10.
SAFETY DECALS
Make certain that all Safety Decals on the Mower are kept
clean and in good condition. For Replacement, please refer
to the Parts Catalog that accompanied the Mower.
Connecter B
2
Mower Operation
Follow the Engine Manufacturer’s instructions
for the type of gasoline and oil to use.
Left and right sides of the Mower are taken as
viewed from the operator station behind the Mower.
STOPPING THE ENGINE FIG 3
OPERATION
®
Your Worldlawn Mower is equipped with a
Blade Spindle Brake which stops the Blade rotation when
the Blade Drive Lever has been disengaged. DO NOT
attempt to defeat the purpose of this control.
Brake Latch
Shift
Lever
when started move Throttle Control to mid position.
● ELECTRIC START ENGINE
1. See that the Blade Drive Lever is disengaged and the
Transmission is in neutral. FIG 3.
2. Move Engine Throttle Control to Choke position. When
restarting a warm engine move Throttle Control to a mid
position.
3. Turn Ignition Key to START position, when engine starts
return Key to RUN position.
Instruction
Decal
Engine
Throttle
Control
● RECOIL START ENGINE
1. Pull tight both Steering Levers to handle and lock both
Brake Latches.
2. Shift the Transmission into neutral.
3. Disengage the Blade Drive Lever.
4. Move Throttle Control to SLOW position to slow down
Engine speed, then move Throttle Control to Stop position.
● ELECTRIC START ENGINE
1. Pull tight both Steering Levers to handle and lock both
Brake Latches.
2. Shift the Transmission into neutral.
3. Disengage the Blade Drive Lever.
4. Move Throttle Control to SLOW position to slow down
Engine speed, then turn Key to OFF position
BLADES AND WHEELS DRIVES FIG 3
Steering
Lever
Mower Blade Disengage
Drive Lever
Engage
FIG 3 Mower Controls
-NOTEThe Mower can be manually pushed or pulled:
* Both of Steering Levers released.
* The Transmission must be in NEUTRAL.
STARTING THE ENGINE FIG 3
Keep hands and feet clear of Mower Blades.
Look behind you to be sure there are no obstacles before
pulling the Recoil Starter Rope.
● RECOIL START ENGINE
1. See that the Blade Drive Lever is disengaged and the
Transmission is in neutral.
2. Move Engine Throttle Control to Choke position. When
restarting a warm engine move Throttle Control to a mid
position.
3. Stand on the left side of the Mower and place one foot
against the rear Tire.
4. Grasp the recoil starter rope handle, and pull slowly until
resistance is felt. Then pull rapidly to overcome Engine
compression and to prevent kickback and start the Engine,
Stop forward travel before changing speeds.
Squeeze both Steering Levers, lock the Brake Latches,
shift to desired gear, again release both Steering Levers.
1. Slowly and firmly push the Blade Drive Lever forward
to engaged position. Do not ram this lever.
2. The blade tip speed on 33'' is 16,673 feet per minute.
3. Pull tight both Steering Levers to handle and lock both
Brake Latches, move Gear Shift Lever to select desired
speed according to moving conditions and terrain:
1st (Low)
1.85mph
2nd (Medium)
2.65mph
3rd (High) for travel
3.55mph
4. To start forward movement, release both Steering Levers.
5. For reverse travel, shift the Transmission into neutral and
manually pull the Mower backwards.
6. To stop the Blades and Wheels, pull tight both Steering
Levers to handle and lock both Brake Latches, Disengage
the Blade Drive Lever which applies to the Blade Brake and
both Wheel Brakes.
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Adjustments & Repairs
ADJUSTMENTS AND REPAIRS
FIG 6
Remove and reinstall the Belt Cover for any service of
Spindles, Blades, Blade Brake Pad and Blade Drive Belts.
FIG 4.
Knob
Knob
Caster Wheel
Grease Fittings
FIG 4 Belt Cover
1. To remove the Belt Cover, loosen four Knobs, lift Belt
Cover up and pull toward the front of the Mower.
2. Reinstall Belt Cover in reverse directions and install four
Knobs.
DO NOT OPERATE MOWER WITHOUT BELT
COVER INSTALLED. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THIS
INSTRUCTION COULD RESULT IN PERSONAL
INJURY AND / OR MOWER DAMAGE.
BLADE REPLACEMENT FIG 5
1. Remove Belt Cover and block up front of Mower.
Remove Blade Bolt, Belleville Washer and Locknut.
2. Reinstall all parts in proper order. Be sure Splined Spacer
fits above the Blade and the Flats in Blade are aligned with
flats on the Blade Spindle Shaft. Torque to 35-45ft.lbs.
3. Remove blocking
Locknut
Flat Washer
FIG 6 Blade Spindle Belt
1. Be sure that Mower Blade Drive Lever is disengaged and
both Brake Latches are locked. FIG 3.
2. Remove both Center Spindle Pulley Belt Guard and
remove the Blade Drive Belt from around Center Pulley.
3. Loosen Swing Bolt Nuts.
4. Remove old belt or replace with a new belt, route belt
around pulleys as shown. Reinstall Blade Drive Belt and
Belt Guard, tighten Swing Bolt Nuts.
5. Reposition Belt Guards 1/8” clearance from tensioned
Belt and tighten.
6. To adjust Blade Spindle Belt tension, tighten or loosen
Swing Bolt Nuts.
BLADE BRAKE PAD REPLACEMENT FIG 6
1. Move Idler Assembly out of the way and remove
hardware securing Blade Brake Pad.
2. Install new Pad, center the Pad in the Spindle Pulley
groove, retighten Nuts.
3. Operate Controls to see that the Blade Brake Pad properly
centers in the left Spindle Pulley groove.
4. Test operation of the Blade Brake System, to see that the
Blade Brake stops Blade rotation within 3 seconds.
BLADE DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT
FIG 7
Spindle
Housing
S plined
S pacer
Blade
Belleville
Washer
Blade Bolt
FIG 7
FIG 5 Mower Spindle & Blades
BLADE SPINDLE BELT REPLACEMENT
4
Blade Drive Belt
Adjustments & Repairs
1. Be sure that Mower Blade Drive Lever is disengaged and
both Brake Latches are locked. FIG2
2. Remove both Center Spindle Pulley Belt Guard, FIG 6,
loosen and remove Belt Guard from Engine Pulley, Nuts are
shown in FIG 9.
3. Remove Blade Drive Belt and replace Belt, route Belt
around Pulleys as shown.
4. Reposition Belt Guards 1/8” clearance from tensioned
Belt and tighten.
5. To adjust Belt tension, tighten or loosen nut. FIG 6
6. Operate the Blade Drive Lever to see that the Belt guard
clear the pulleys and the belt and that the Blade Brake
functions properly.
TRANSMISSION DRIVE BELT
REPLACEMENT FIG 8
1. Remove Engine Pulley Belt Guard FIG 1 & 9 and Blade
Drive Belt from Engine Drive Pulley.
2. Loosen Locknut and move the Transmission Drive Idler
Pulley toward the RH side of the Mower.
3. Install new Belt, reinstall Engine Pulley Belt Guard.
Engine Drive
Pulley
Blade
Drive Belt
Transmission
Drive Belt
Transmission
Drive Idle
Pulley
WHEEL DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT
FIG 9
Transmission Filler Port
Handle Bar
Bolts
Engine
Oil
Drain
Hair Pins
FIG 9
(As viewed from top of mower)
Wheel Drive Belts
1. Raise and securely block up Engine Frame so tires clear
the ground and work from RH side of Mower.
2. Remove locknuts and Belt Guard,
3. Squeeze Steering Lever to lift up Idler Pulley.
4. Remove Wheel Drive Belt and replace Belt, route Belt
around Pulleys as shown.
5. Reinstall all parts in proper order.
-NOTETHE FOLLOWING TWO ADJUSTMENTS MAY BE
REQUIRED IF THE MOWER DOES NOT HOLD ON A
HILL WITH BOTH STEERING LEVERS PULLED TIGHT
TO HANDLES OR IF THE BRAKE(S) DRAG WHEN
BOTH STEERING LEVERS ARE RELEASED.
WHEEL DRIVE CONTROLS ADJUSTMENT FIG 10
Hair
Pins
Transmission
Input Pulley
FIG 8 Transmission Drive Belt
Engine Pulley
Belt Guard
Nuts(2)
Idler Pulley
Control
Rod
Control Rod
Shift Control
Rod
Blade
Control
Rod
Fuel
Shut Off
Vavle
Grease Fittings(2)
FIG 10
Wheel Drive Controls
1. Remove the Hair Pin and pull out Control Rod from the
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Adjustments & Repairs
Steering Lever.
2. Lengthen or shorten the Control Rod a few turns so that
the Mower should be braked when the Brake Latches are
locked with both Steering Levers pulled tight to handles.
3. Reinstall all parts in proper order.
WHEEL BRAKE ADJUSTMENT FIG 11
Handle Bar
Bolts
Nut
4. Remove the Hair Pin, and screw trunnion in or out to
adjust the length of the Blade Control Rod and reinstall.
Retest per paragraph 2 above. Repeat if necessary.
5. When properly adjusted, the Blade Drive Lever will stay
engaged when pushed forward to engaged position.
SHIFT CONTROL ROD ADJUSTMENT
FIG 10,11 & 12
Locknut
Wheel Hub and
Brake Drum
Cutting Height S cale
Height Adjusting T Bolt
FIG 11 Brake Linkage
1. This adjustment is made after properly adjusting the
Wheel Drive Controls, work from RH side of Mower.
2. To adjust Compression Springs tension, tighten or loosen
Nuts and Locknuts.
3. Keep Brakes adjusted and balanced between right and left
Rear Wheels to prevent Mower from dragging or pulling to
one side.
BLADE DRIVE LEVER ADJUSTMENT
FIG 12
FIG 13 Shift Control Rod Adjustment
1. Shift the Transmission into neutral and check the Switch
for compression travel. Adjust as needed.
2. Remove Split Pin and Shift Control rod from the Shift
Lever, lengthen or shorten the Rod one turn and reinstall.
Repeat if necessary.
3. When properly adjusted the compression travel must be
more than 5mm.
CUTTING HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
The cutting height can be adjusted from 1-1/2” to 4” in 1/2”
increments by changing the height of the Mower Deck. One
must adjust both the Caster Wheels and then the Rear Wheel
Height Crank.
Always maintain a 1/8-3/16” (blade cutting height pitch)
lower at the front Center Blade than at the back of either
outside Blade.
Be sure ENGINE IS OFF and all Controls
disengaged or released.
Trunnion Hair Pin
& Nut
FIG 12
Shift Control
Rod
Blade Drive Lever Adjustment
(rear shield removed to show linkage)
1. Stop Engine, wait for all parts to stop moving.
2. Slowly and firmly push the Blade Drive Lever forward to
engaged position. Release your hand from the Blade Drive
Lever, it should stay engaged.
3. If the Blade Drive Lever will not stay engaged, then an
adjustment must be made.
6
Grease
Fittings
Caster
S pacers
Note Flats On
Caster Shaft
Adjustments & Repairs
FIG 14
Repositioning Caster Spacers
1. Raise and block front of Mower Deck, remove linchpin
and Flat Washer, FIG 14. To raise height of cut, lower Caster
Wheel Yoke 3-4”, lift off Spacer from top and place on the
underside of the Caster Wheel Bracket.
2. Rotate the Spacer to align with flat in the Yoke Shaft and
slide the Spacer onto the shaft.
3. No Spacer at the bottom reflects a cutting height of 1-1/2”.
Each spacer added to or removed from the bottom will adjust
the cutting height 1/2”. Reinstall Flat Washer and inchpin,
remove blocking.
4. Make sure the number of Spacers are positioned the same
on both Caster Shafts.
Fuel
Shut Off
Vavle
Transmission
Drain Port
1-1/2”
2”
2-1/2”
3”
3-1/2”
4”
0
1
2
3
4
5
Front mark
2nd mark
3rd mark
4th mark
5th mark
6th mark
TRANSMISSION ADJUSTMENT
Remove Bolt M6*12 & Screw M6*10 from the
connectors which linking with transmission output shaft and
drive shafts, then remove bolt (part NO.3300106) which
connected with transmission and engine frame assembly.
Replace the new transmission, Tighten all parts in proper order.
See FIG 16
Rear Wheel Height
Adjusting Handle
FIG 15 Rear Wheel Height Adjustment
5. To adjust the Rear Wheel settings refer to FIG 11. Loosen
both height adjusting T-Bolts. Unlock the Rear Wheel
Height Adjusting Handle FIG 15. Rotate the Handle
clockwise to raise and counterclockwise to lower the Rear
Wheels. Align the pointer on the register mark which
corresponds with the number of Caster Spacers on the
bottom of the Caster Wheel Bracket.
6. Reinstall all parts in proper order.
CUTTING HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT CHART
Cutting Height
# Spacer below
Cutting Height
desired
Caster pivot
Scale
FIG 16
7
Elec.Schematic
WIRING HARNESS DIAGRAM
8
Accessory
ACCESSORY
Nylon Grass Catcher
Nylon Grass Catcher: Model # WY33N-NGC (2.07 Bushel)
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Warranty
LIMITED WARRANTY
WORLDLAWN POWER EQUIPMENT INC.
33” MOWER
Worldlawn Power Equipment ,Inc, (“Worldlawn”) warrants
Worldlawn’s sole responsibility with any claim made under
that the worldlawn 33” Mower (“Mower”) will be free from
this warranty is limited only to repairing or replacing the
defects in material and workmanship for a period of one year
mower or a defective part thereof, and no claim of breach of
commercial from the original date of purchase. During the
warranty shall be cause for recision, cancellation, or voiding
warranty period, Worldlawn will repair or replace, at its
the contract of sale of the Mower.
option,any Mower or part thereof which is found to be
defective in material or workmanship. This warranty
This warranty does not extend to any Mower or part thereof
specifically excludes wear items, including but not limited to,
which has been misused, neglected, damaged, abused, not
belts, blades, and tires. This warranty also specifically
properly installed or maintained, altered or which has been
excludes parts covered by another manufacturer’s warranty,
operated in any way contrary to the operating instructions as
which parts are covered only by that manufacturer’s
specified in the Owner/Operator Manual. This warranty does
warranty.
not extend to any repair or replacement made necessary by
This limited warranty extends only to the original retail
normal use. This warranty does not extend to the engine
purchaser (“Owner”) of a Mower. It is not transferable. This
which is warranted separately by the engine manufacturer.
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.
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
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).
WORLDLAWN’S PART.
UNDER
ANY
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.
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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,
CONTRACT,
WHETHER
NEGLIGENCE
STRICTLIABILITY,
Any Mower or part thereof which, at worldlawn’s sole
AND
BREACH
OR
OF
BASED
OTHER
IN
TORT,
WARRANTY
OR
OTHERWISE, SHALL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE
PURCHASE PRICE OF THE MOWER. IN NO EVENT
SHALL
SPECIAL,
WORLDLAWN
INCIDENTAL,
EXEMPLARY DAMAGES.
BE
RESPONSIBLE
FOR
CONSEQUENTIAL
OR
Notes
NOTES
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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
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