OM, LC 18, LC 19, LC 19A, LC 19AP, 2015-03

Operator′s manual
LC 18 LC 19
LC 19A LC 19AP
Please read the operator’s manual carefully and make sure you
understand the instructions before using the machine.
English
KEY TO SYMBOLS
Key to symbols
Australia NSW
Sound pressure level at the
bystander´s position.
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WARNING! The machine can be a
dangerous tool if used incorrectly or
carelessly, which can cause serious or
fatal injury to the operator or others.
Other symbols/decals on the
machine refer to special
certification requirements for
certain markets.
Please read the operator’s manual
carefully and make sure you understand
the instructions before using the machine.
NOISE dB
Always wear protective gloves.
Never use the machine if persons,
especially children or pets, are in the
immediate vicinity.
Regular cleaning is required.
Watch out for thrown objects and
ricochets.
Visual check.
Warning: rotating cutter. Keep hands and
feet clear.
The ignition lead should always be removed
from the spark plug before repair, cleaning
or maintenance work.
Warning: rotating cutter. Keep hands and
feet clear.
Stop by throttle controlbefore carrying out
any checks or maintenance.
Never use the machine
indoors or in spaces lacking
proper ventilation. Exhaust
fumes contain carbon
monoxide, an odourless,
poisonous and highly
dangerous gas.
Risk of explosion
Always shut off the engine before refuelling.
Hot surface
Danger! Keep your hands and feet
away from the rotating blades. Never
place your hands or feet close to or
under the body when machine is in
operation.
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DANGER
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Manufacturer
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Model
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Product number
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Maintenance level
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Serial number
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Type
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Engine information
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Weight
KEEP HANDS AND FEET AWAY
GARDEZ LES MAINS ET LES PIEDS A` DISTANCE
MANTENGA LAS MANOS Y LOS PIES A DISTANCIA
STOP
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Explanation of warning levels
The warnings are graded in three levels.
WARNING!
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WARNING! Used if there is a risk of serious
injury or death for the operator or damage to
the surroundings if the instructions in the
manual are not followed.
Steps before using a new lawn
mower
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Please read the operator’s manual carefully.
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Check that the cutting equipment is correctly fitted and
adjusted. See instructions under the heading Assembly.
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Fill fuel tank with fresh, unleaded petrol and fill engine
sump with correct volume of high quality SAE30 engine
oil. See instructions under heading "Fuel Handling".
IMPORTANT!
IMPORTANT! Used if there is a risk of injury to the operator
or damage to the surroundings if the instructions in the
manual are not followed.
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CAUTION!
CAUTION! Used if there is a risk of damage to materials or
the machine if the instructions in the manual are not
followed.
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WARNING! Under no circumstances may the
design of the machine be modified without
the permission of the manufacturer. Always
use genuine accessories. Non-authorized
modifications and/or accessories can result
in serious personal injury or the death of the
operator or others.
WARNING! A lawn mower is a dangerous
tool if used carelessly or incorrectly and can
cause serious, even fatal injuries. It is
extremely important that you read and
understand the contents of this operator's
manual.
WARNING! Long-term inhalation of the
engine's exhaust fumes can represent a
health hazard.
Husqvarna AB has a policy of continuous product
development and therefore reserves the right to modify the
design and appearance of products without prior notice.
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CONTENTS
Contents
KEY TO SYMBOLS
Key to symbols .............................................................
Steps before using a new lawn mower ........................
CONTENTS
Contents ......................................................................
WHAT IS WHAT?
What is what on the lawn mower? ...............................
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Personal protection ......................................................
Machine′s safety equipment ........................................
General safety precautions ..........................................
General working instructions .......................................
ASSEMBLY
Assembly of the handlebar ..........................................
Fitting the handlebar ....................................................
Assembly of the catcher ...............................................
FUEL HANDLING
Fuel ..............................................................................
STARTING AND STOPPING
Star ting and stopping ...................................................
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance ................................................................
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Trouble shooting guide..................................................
TECHNICAL DATA
Technical data ..............................................................
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WHAT IS WHAT?
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What is what on the lawn mower?
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Handle / handlebar
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Spark plug
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Throttle
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Cutting deck
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Starter handle
10 Muffler
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Grass catcher
11 Oil tank
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Fuel tank
12 Rear deflector
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Cutting height control
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Air filter
14 Mulching plug
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Personal protection
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Gloves must be worn when required, for example when
fitting, inspecting or cleaning cutting attachments.
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Always wear heavy, long pants. Do not wear shorts,
sandals or go barefoot.
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Wear sturdy, non-slip boots or shoes.
Generally clothes should be close-fitting without restricting
your freedom of movement.
Machine′s safety equipment
This section describes the machine′s safety equipment, its
purpose, and how checks and maintenance should be carried
out to ensure that it operates correctly. See the ”What is
what?” section to locate where this equipment is positioned
on your machine.
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WARNING! You must use personal protection
whenever you use the machine.
WARNING! Never use a machine that has
faulty safety equipment! Carry out the
inspection, maintenance and service
routines listed in this section.
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WARNING! The muffler gets very hot in use
and remains so for a short time afterwards.
Do not touch the muffler if it is hot!
Never use a machine that has a faulty muffler.
Check that the muffler is securely attached and not damaged.
Cutting equipment
Make sure the blades do not hit foreign objects such as
stones, roots or the like. This can make the blades dull and
bend the engine shaft. Always ensure the blades are well
ground and balanced correctly. See also instructions under
the heading Maintenance.
Check the cutting attachment. Never use blunt, cracked or
damaged equipment. Damage blades and worn bolts are
major hazards.
Also check that the blade bolts are undamaged and that the
engine shaft is not bent.
Engine stop
The engine is switched off by moving the throttle control to the
stop position.
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Muffler
The muffler is designed to keep noise levels to a minimum
and to direct exhaust fumes away from the user.
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WARNING! The exhaust fumes from the
engine are hot and may contain sparks which
can start a fire. Never start the machine
indoors or near combustible material!
In areas with a hot, dry climate there is a high risk of fires.
These areas are sometimes controlled by legislation and
requirements that among other things the muffler must be
equipped with an approved type of spark arrestor mesh.
For mufflers it is very important that you follow the instructions
on checking, maintaining and servicing your machine.
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WARNING! Never use a machine with faulty
safety equipment. The machine’s safety
equipment must be checked and maintained
as described in this section. If your machine
fails any of these checks contact your
service agent to get it repaired.
General safety precautions
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Please read the operator’s manual carefully and make
sure you understand the instructions before using the
machine.
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Know your controls. Learn how to stop the engine quickly
in any emergency
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Never mow while barefoot or wearing open sandals, or
thongs. Wear long trousers and heavy shoes.
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Make sure the lawn is clear of sticks, stones, bones, wire
and debris. They could be thrown by the blade.
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Stop the engine and disconnect spark plug wire before
clearing blockages, checking or working on the mower.
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Before using, always visually inspect to see that blades,
blade bolts and cutter assembly are not worn or damaged.
Replace worn or damaged blades and bolts in sets to
preserve balance.
DAMAGED BLADES AND WORN BOLTS ARE MAJOR HAZARDS.
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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Check all nuts, bolts and screws often; always be sure the
mower is in safe operating condition. Use only
replacement parts made and guaranteed by the original
manufacturer of the mower.
Refuel outdoors only. Do not smoke while fuelling engine.
Add fuel before starting the engine. Never remove the cap
off the fueltank or add petrol while the engine is running or
the engine is hot. If petrol is spilled, do not attempt to start
the engine but move machine away from the area of the
spill and avoid creating any source of ignition until petrol
vapours have dissipated.
Do not mow whilst people especially children, or pets are
in the mowing area.
Replace worn or faulty silencers.
Never use the machine in bad weather, for instance in fog,
in rain, damp or in wet locations,strong winds, intense
cold, risk of lightning, etc. Working in bad weather is tiring
and can lead to dangerous conditions, e.g. slippery
surfaces.
Never use the mower unless the grass catcher , or guards
provided by the manufacturer, are in position.
Start the engine carefully with feet well away from the
blades.
Do not operate engine in a confined space where exhaust
fumes (carbone monoxide) can collect.
Stop the engine whenever you leave the mower, even for
a moment.
Do not allow children or people unfamiliar with these
instructions to use the mower.
Store the mower in a well-ventilated room away from
naked flames such as may be found in hot water heaters.
Never leave wind-up starters in a wound condition.
Do not over-speed the engine or alter governor settings.
Excessive speed is dangerous and shortens mower life.
It is advisable to wear suitable eye protection when
operating a mower.
Store fuel in a cool place in a container specifically
designed for the purpose. In general, plastics containers
are unsuitable.
Stop the engine, disconnect the spark plug wire and
inspect the mower if(a) the mower begins to vibrate abnormally
(b) after striking a foreign object.
Never cut grass while walking backwards.
Stop the engine before pushing mower across gravel
drives, walkways or roads.
Walk, never run.
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WARNING! Running an engine in a confined
or badly ventilated area can result in death
due to asphyxiation or carbon monoxide
poisoning.
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You must use personal protection whenever you use the
machine. See the instructions under the heading Personal
protection.
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Never use a machine that has been modified in any way
from its original specification.
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Never use any accessories other than those
recommended in this manual. See instructions under the
headings Cutting equipment and Technical data.
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WARNING! A faulty cutting attachment may
increase the risk of accidents.
Never use a machine that is faulty. Carry out the checks,
maintenance and service instructions described in this
manual. Some maintenance and service measures must
be carried out by trained and qualified specialists. See
instructions under the heading Maintenance.
Before use:
1
Check that the throttle control works correctly and is
undamaged.
2
Check that all handles and controls are undamaged and
free of oil.
3
Check that the muffler is securely attached and not
damaged.
4
Check that all parts of the lawn mower are tightened
correctly and that they are not damaged or missing.
5
Check that the blades are undamaged and not cracked.
Replace the blades and blade bolts if necessary.
Starting
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WARNING! Long-term inhalation of the
engine's exhaust fumes can represent a
health hazard.
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Never start a lawn mower unless the blades and all covers
are fitted correctly.
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Mow across the surface of slopes, never up and down.
Exercise extreme caution whem changing direction on
slopes. Do not mowexcessively steep slopes.
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Never start the machine indoors. Exhaust fumes can be
dangerous if inhaled.
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Never pick up or carry a mower when it is operating
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Never operate the lawn mower in wet grass and always be
sure of your footing.
A lawn mower is only designed to mow lawns.
Never use the machine if you are tired, if you have
consumed alcohol, or if you are taking medication that
could affect your vision, your judgement or your coordination.
Keep in mind that the operator is responsible for accidents
or hazards occuring to other people or their property.
Ensure that the working area is sufficiently illuminated to
create a safe working environment.
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Observe your surroundings and make sure that there is no
risk of people or animals coming into contact with the
cutting equipment. The operator is responsible for any
unsafe situations or risks that people and property are
exposed to.
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Place the lawn mower on firm, flat surface and start it.
Make sure that the blades cannot come into contact with
the ground or other objects.
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Never twist the starter cord around your hand.
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See the instructions under the heading Start and stop.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Fuel safety
General working instructions
WARNING! Fuel and fuel vapour are highly
flammable. Take care when handling fuel and
engine oil. Bear in mind the risk of fire,
explosion and inhaling fumes.
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Never refuel the machine while the engine is running.
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Always ensure there is adequate ventilation when
refuelling and filling oil.
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Move the machine at least 3 m from the refuelling point
before starting it.
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WARNING! This section describes basic
safety precautions for working with the lawn
mower. This information is never a substitute
for professional skills and experience. If you
get into a situation where you feel unsure
about how to progress, stop and seek expert
advice. Contact your dealer, service agent or
an experienced lawn mower user. Avoid all
usage which you consider to be beyond your
capability
Basic safety rules
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Look around you:
- To ensure that people, animals or other things cannot affect
your control of the machine.
- To make sure that none of the above might come into
contact with the cutting equipment.
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Never start the machine:
1
If you have spilt fuel or engine oil on the machine. Wipe
off the spill and allow the remaining fuel to evaporate.
2
If you spill fuel or engine oil on yourself or your clothes.
Change your clothes.
3
If the machine is leaking fuel. Check regularly for leaks
from the fuel cap and fuel lines.
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Branches, twigs, stones, etc. should be removed from the
lawn before you start to mow. Make sure the blades do not
hit foreign objects such as stones, roots or the like. This
can make the blades dull and bend the engine shaft.
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Never lift up the lawn mower or carry it around when the
engine is running. If you must lift the lawn mower, first
switch off the engine and disconnect the ignition lead from
the spark plug.
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Do not use the machine in bad weather, such as dense
fog, heavy rain, strong wind, intense cold, etc. Working in
bad weather is tiring and often brings added risks, such as
icy ground.
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Make sure you can move and stand safely. Check the area
around you for possible obstacles (roots, rocks, branches,
ditches, etc.) in case you have to move suddenly. Take
great care when working on sloping ground.
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The engine should be switched off when moving over
ground that is not to be mowed. For example, gravel
paths, stone, shingle, asphalt, etc.
Transport and storage
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The fuel and engine oil tanks should be emptied before
longer periods of storage or when transporting the lawn
mower. Ask where you can dispose of surplus fuel and
engine oil at your local petrol station.
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Always store the lawn mower and fuel so that any leakage
or vapours do not risk coming into contact with sparks or
naked flames. For example, electrical machines, electric
motors, relays/switches, boilers, or the like.
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Always store fuel in an approved container designed for
that purpose.
ST
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Follow the instructions above, but do not use a lawn mower in
a situation where you cannot call for help in case of an
accident.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
Basic mowing technique
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WARNING! Make sure that your hands and
feet do not come near the cutting attachment
when the engine is running.
General
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Mowing slopes can be dangerous. Do not use the lawn
mower on very steep slopes.
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The lawn mower should not be used on inclines greater
than 15degrees.
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On sloping ground you should work along the slope. It is
much easier to work along a slope than it is to work up and
down it.
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Branches, twigs, stones, etc. should be removed from the
lawn before you start to mow.
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Do not mow the lawn while walking backwards.
•
Never lift up the lawn mower or carry it around when the
engine is running. If you must lift the lawn mower, first
switch off the engine and disconnect the ignition lead from
the spark plug.
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Make sure the blades do not hit foreign objects such as
stones, roots or the like. This can make the blades dull and
bend the engine shaft. A bent axle gives imbalance and
heavy vibration, which results in a great risk of the blades
becoming loose.
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If any foreign object is hit or if vibrations occur stop the
machine immediately. Disconnect the ignition lead from
the spark plug. Check that the machine is not damaged.
Repair any damage.
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Never mow more than 1/3 of the length of the grass. This
especially applies during dry periods. Mow first with the
cutting height set high. Then check the result and lower to
an appropriate height. If the grass is really long, push the
mower slowly and mow twice if necessary.
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Never run with the machine when it is running. You should
always walk with the lawn mower.
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Pay particular attention when pulling the machine towards
you during work.
Cutting height
STOP
Shut down the engine before changing the cutting height.
The cutting height can be adjusted in 8-10 different steps.
Do not set the cutting height too low as there is a risk that the
blades might hit ground with unevenness.
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ASSEMBLY
Assembly of the handlebar
Assemble the handlebar with 2 screws on each side of the
handlebar.
Mulching function
Machines equipped with a catcher can be used with mulching
function in the following way.
Fitting the handlebar
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Lift rear deflector and remove grass catcher.
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Insert the mulching plug (A) into the collector channel.
Take care not to damage the cables and wires when you fold
up the handlebar.
Lift up the handlebar until the handlebar's upper tubular
construction comes directly opposite to the handlebar's lower
section. Tighten the knob correctly.
Assembly of the catcher
A
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Lift the rear deflector and insert the grass catcher
correctly so that the rear deflector locks down over the
opening in the grass catcher.
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Close the rear deflector.
FUEL HANDLING
Fuel
Fuelling
WARNING! Always ensure there is adequate
ventilation when handling fuel.
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WARNING! Taking the following precautions,
will lessen the risk of fire:
Do not smoke or place hot objects near fuel.
Petrol
Always shut off the engine before refuelling.
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Use good quality unleaded petrol. Leaded petrol can be
used if unleaded petrol is not available.
When refuelling, open the fuel cap slowly so
that any excess pressure is released gently.
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Fuel should be at least 91 RON.
Tighten the fuel cap carefully after refuelling.
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If the machine is not used for some time the fuel tank
should be emptied and cleaned.
Always move the machine away from the
refuelling area before starting.
Engine oil
Do not fill too much petrol. Leave about 35 mm under the filler
cap so that the fuel can expand.
Check the oil level before starting the lawn mower. A too low
oil level can cause serious damage to the engine.
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For the best result and function use a high quality SAE30
four-stroke engine oil.
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Never use oil intended for two-stroke engines.
Clean around the fuel cap. Clean the fuel and oil tank
regularly. The fuel filter should be changed at least once a
year. Contamination in the tanks causes malfunction.
Always move the machine about 3 metres from the refuelling
position before starting.
Check the oil level before starting the lawn mower. A too low
oil level can cause serious damage to the engine.
Oil level
Unscrew the oil filler cap and check the oil level on the dipstick
fitted to the cover.
The oil filler cap must be completely screwed down to give a
correct indication of the oil level.
If the oil level is low, fill using engine oil up to the upper level
on the dipstick.
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Only use recommended engine oil. See the Technical data
section.
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STARTING AND STOPPING
Starting and stopping
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WARNING! Note the following before
starting:
The engine is switched off by moving the throttle control to the
stop position.
ST
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Do not start a lawn mower unless the blades
and all covers are fitted correctly. Otherwise
the cutter could come loose and cause
personal injuries.
Stopping
Always move the machine away from the
refuelling area before starting.
Place the machine on a flat surface. Ensure
the cutting attachment cannot come into
contact with any object.
Keep people and animals well away from the
working area.
Starting
Ensure the ignition lead sits correctly on the spark plug.
Move the throttle control to the fast position.
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Grip the starter handle, slowly pull out the cord with your
right hand until you feel some resistance (the starter pawls
grip), now quickly and powerfully pull the cord. Never
twist the starter cord around your hand.
ST
OP
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CAUTION! Do not pull the starter cord all the way out and do
not let go of the starter handle when the cord is fully extended.
This can damage the machine.
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If the machine for any unexpected reason does not stop when
the throttle control is moved to its stop position, disconnect
the spark plug wire from the spark plug to stop the machine.
MAINTENANCE
Maintenance
Spark plug
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WARNING! Make sure the blade disc
assembly has stopped before cleaning,
carrying out repairs or an inspection.
Disconnect the ignition lead from the spark
plug.
WARNING! The muffler gets very hot in use
and remains so for a short time afterwards.
Do not touch the muffler if it is hot!
If the machine is low on power, difficult to start or runs poorly
at idle speed: always check the spark plug first before taking
any further action. If the spark plug is dirty, clean it and check
that the electrode gap is 0.5 mm. The spark plug should be
checked regularly.
0,5 mm
The ignition lead should always be removed from the spark
plug before repair, cleaning or maintenance work.
Engine
Refer to the separate engine manual for all engine
maintenace instructions.
Air filter
The air filter must be regularly cleaned to remove dust and dirt
in order to avoid:
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Carburettor malfunctions
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Starting problems
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Loss of engine power
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Unnecessary wear to engine parts.
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Excessive fuel consumption.
CAUTION! Always use the recommended spark plug type,
refer to Technical Data. Use of the wrong spark plug can
damage the piston/cylinder.
Muffler
The muffler is designed to reduce the noise level and to direct
the exhaust gases away from the operator. The exhaust
gases are hot and can contain sparks, which may cause fire
if directed against dry and combustible material.
Regularly check that the muffler is securely attached to the
machine.
An air filter that has been in use for a long time cannot be
cleaned completely. The filter must therefore be replaced with
a new one at regular intervals. A damaged air filter must
always be replaced.
Cleaning the air filter
Remove the air filter cover.
Never use a machine that has a faulty muffler.
Remove the air filter and check that it is undamaged. Replace
with a new air filter if you believe it to be defective.
Clean the filter by knocking the filter against a flat surface.
Never use solvents, for example petrol or kerosine, or
compressed air to clean the filter.
When reassembling, make sure that the filter completely
seals against the filter holder.
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MAINTENANCE
Blade disc assembly
Below you will find some general maintenance
instructions.
Daily maintenance
WARNING! Always wear heavy-duty gloves
when repairing the blade disc assembly. The
blades are very sharp and can easily cause
cuts.
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Damaged blades should be replaced immediately.
Replacing or sharpening the blades should be conducted by
an authorised service workshop.
Changing the oil
The engine oil should be changed each year and every 25
working hours.
When changing the oil proceed as follows:
1
Check that the stop function works safely.
2
Brush leaves, grass and the like off of the lawn mower.
The underside of the mower deck should also be cleaned
after each use, to prevent a buildup of grass clippings.
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Empty the fuel tank by running the machine until the tank
is empty.
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Disconnect the ignition lead from the spark plug.
3
Check the oil level.
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Unscrew the oil filler cap.
4
Clean the air intake on the starter. Check the starter and
starter cord.
5
Check that nuts and screws are tight.
6
Check the cutting attachment. Never use blades that are
dull, cracked or damaged.
Weekly maintenance
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1
Use the oil pump (accessory) to empty the oil tank.
2
3
Ask where you can dispose of surplus engine oil at your
local petrol station.
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Fill with new engine oil of a good quality. See the Technical
data section.
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Check the oil level with the dipstick on the oil filler cap.
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The oil filler cap must be completely screwed down to give
a correct picture of the oil level. If the oil level is low, fill
using engine oil up to the upper level on the dipstick.
1
Clean the air filter. Replace if necessary.
2
Clean the spark plug. Check that the electrode gap is 0.50
mm.
3
Clean the cooling fins on the cylinder.
At least once a year
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Screw on the oil filler cap.
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Carry out annually service at authorised dealer (at least
once a year or every 30 hours).
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
Trouble shooting guide
Trouble
Possible cause(s)
Corrective Action
Engine does not start
Throttle control lever not in correct starting
position
Move throttle lever to FAST or START position
Faulty spark plug connections or interchanged
cables
Connect ignition lead to spark plug
There is no fuel in the fuel tank
Fill tank with clean, fresh unleaded petrol
Dirt in the carburettor or fuel line
Clean carburettor and/or fuel line
Spark plug defective
Clean, adjust gap or replace
Engine flooded
Crank engine with throttle in FAST position
Engine does not stop
Stop switch/mechanism malfunction
Disconnect spark plug ignition lead and check
the machine at an autorized dealer.
Engine runs erratic
Unit running in START position
Move throttle lever to FAST position
Spark plug ignition lead loose
Connect and tighten spark plug ignition lead
Blocked fuel line or stale fuel
Clean fuel line; fill tank with clean fresh unleaded
petrol
Vent in gas cap plugged
Clean vent
Engine overheats
Water or dirt in fuel system
Drain fuel tank. Refill with fresh fuel
Dirty air cleaner
Clean air cleaner
Carburettor out of adjustment
Adjust carburettor
Engine oil level low
Fill crankcase with recommended oil
Air flow restricted
Remove blower housing and clean
Carburettor not adjusted properly
Adjust carburettor
Occasional skip (hesitates) Spark plug gap too close
at high speed
Idles poorly
Excessive vibration
Spark plug fouled, faulty or gap too wide
Reset gap to 0.50 mm or replace spark plug
Carburettor improperly adjusted
Adjust carburettor
Dirty air filter
Clean air cleaner
Cutting blade loose or unbalanced
Tighten blade and adapter, Balance blade
Bent cutting blade
Replace blade
Mower will not mulch grass Engine speed too low
Uneven cut
Adjust gap to 0.50 mm
Set throttle between 3/4 and full throttle
Wet grass
Do not mow when grass is wet, wait until later to
cut
Excessively high grass
Mow once at high cutting height, then mow again
at desired height or make a narrower cutting
strip, e.g. 1/2 width
Dull blade
Sharpen or replace blade
Wheels not positioned correctly
Place all four wheels in same height position
Dull blade
Sharpen or replace blade
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TECHNICAL DATA
Technical data
LC 18
LC 19
LC 19A
LC 19AP
Briggs & Stratton
Briggs & Stratton
Briggs & Stratton
Briggs & Stratton
140
161
161
161
2900
2900
2900
2900
Spark plug
Champion
QC12YC
Champion
QC12YC
Champion
QC12YC
Champion
QC12YC
Electrode gap, mm
0,5
0,5
0,5
0,5
0,8
1,0
1,0
1,0
Engine
Engine
Cylinder displacement,
cm3
Speed, rpm
Ignition system
Fuel and lubrication system
Fuel tank capacity, litre
Oil tank capacity, litre
0,5
0,6
0,6
0,6
Engine oil
SAE 30
SAE 30
SAE 30
SAE 30
28
32
31
34
Mulch & Catch
Mulch & Catch
Mulch & Catch
Mulch & Catch
Weight
Lawn mower with empty tanks, kg
Cutting
Cutting system
Cutting position
8
10
10
10
Cutting height, mm
16-80
12-80
16-80
16-80
Cutting width, mm
460
480
480
480
Blades
Swing-back Blade
(4 blades)
Swing-back Blade
(4 blades)
Swing-back Blade
(4 blades)
Swing-back Blade
(4 blades)
Bagger capacity, litre
44
44
44
44
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Original instructions
115 75 75-26
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2015-06-26
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