32K250-OPERATORS MANUAL
3 2 K250
OPERATORS
MANUAL
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Your mower is only as safe as the operator! Operator carelessness or error may result
in serious bodily injury. Improper maintenance of the machine may also result in injury.
Please read and follow these instructions on Safe Operation and be certain that anyone
using this mower fully understands and follows these instructions.
1.
7.
Familiarize yourself with the controls
and know how to stop this mower.
8.
WARNING:
9.
DO NOT allow children to operate the
machine. DO NOT allow any adult to operate
the machine without proper instruction.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
10.
Inspect your work area carefully.
Remove debris from the area to be cut.
Keep all bystanders away from the
mowing area.
Avoid contact with moving parts. Keep
hands and feet clear of the mower deck
and all moving parts.
Never direct the discharge of material
toward bystanders nor allow anyone
near the machine while in operation.
Never tamper with safety devices or
guards. If a guard or safety device is
damaged or removed, replace it before
operating the mower.
Handle gasoline carefully: use an
approved gasoline container; fill the fuel
tank to within 1" from the neck with good
quality leaded or unleaded gasoline.
Operator must wear proper shoes and
clothing, which may also include safety
glasses and ear protection.
11.
12.
13.
14.
CAUTION:
Never add fuel to the tank while the engine is
running or hot. ALWAYS WAIT at least five
minutes before refueling and REFUEL WITH THE
ENGINE OFF. KEEP FUEL AWAY FROM
SPARKS OR FLAMES. WIPE AWAY any fuel
spillage BEFORE starting unit. Never fill the fuel
tank indoors. Wipe up any spilled gasoline.
Gasoline is highly flammable - NO SMOKING.
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Mow only during daylight hours or under
very good artificial light.
Do NOT mow in slippery conditions ,
keep a firm grip on the handle bars,
NEVER RUN.
The safety shield over the grass
discharge must always be bolted in
place and in the down position unless
the grass catcher back plate is
completely installed.
Do NOT leave the operator position
unless the engine has been killed and
blades have stopped.
If a solid object has been hit by the
blades, stop the machine and check for
damage. Repair or replace damaged/
broken part(s) prior to restarting the
engine.
Do NOT allow anyone to stand or walk
on the grass discharge side of the
mower when the mower is in operation.
Do NOT mow close to drop-offs, deep
ditches or other hazards. Mow hillsides
very carefully by mowing across the face
of slopes, not up or down. Do NOT
mow on steep slopes.
To avoid burns, DO NOT TOUCH the
engine or muffler immediately after
operation.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Belt Tension Guide
Belt
Inch Deflection
How to Adjust
Engine to Deck
Right Blade Drive
1/2”
1/2”
(48”,52”, And 60” only)
1/2”
Turnbuckle at Idler
Threaded Rod
Engine to Pump
Fixed idler with Slot
Hydraulic System
Capacity
Filter
Oil
9.5 quarts (9.01) w/filter change
(2 inches below the top of the fill neck)
Encore P/N 453048 (Units Prior SN 31078)
Encore P/N 423063 (Units After SN 31078)
A High quality 20W50 API CD Rated
NOTE: 20W20 oil is acceptable in cooler conditions
Assembly Instructions
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Remove inner parts box and handle from
crate. Remove outside frame work so
that the mower is setting on the pallet.
On a 36" mower, use 3 – 5/16" X 1 3/4"
bolts and 3 – 5/16" whizlocks and bolt the
bumper into place. (On the 48" there are
4 - bumper bolts required.) The
whizlocks should go to the inside of the
deck. When assembling a 48" mower,
make sure that the bumper is flush with
the deck on both ends of the bumper.
Using 6 – 3/8" X 1" bolts (3 – used for
each caster) and 6 – 3/8" whizlock nuts,
bolt the casters into place. Position
whizlock nuts to the inside of the deck.
Using 2 – 1/4" X 3/4" bolts and 2 – 1/4"
nyloc nuts secure the speed control lever
assembly to the underside of the mount
plate on the lower handle. Connect the
speed control link to the control cam arm
and secure with 1 - 1/4" nyloc nut.
Mount the gas tank using the 2 – nylon
hold down straps, pulling tension on the
buckles until secure. Attach the quick
coupler on the end of the fuel line to the
bottom of the tank.
Fig. 1
6.
2
Using the remaining 3/8" X 1" bolts and
the 4 – 3/8" nyloc nuts, bolt the upper
handle into position. (Remember that
there are 3 – height settings for the
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Assembly Instructions
7.
8.
handle for operator comfort.) Route the
wiring harness along the handle,
plugging it into the blade control switch,
o.p.c. and speed control switch located
under the speed control plate. There is
not a specific color code for hooking up
the harness. Run the throttle cable
around the left hand side of the engine to
the throttle plate, attaching the cable to
the top side of the plate on Vanguard
engines. Loosen screw on throttle
control handle and adjust cable so
throttle operates properly.
At this point, you are ready to oil and fuel
the engine. With that being done, take
the unit and raise the rear wheels off the
ground so that they may free wheel.
Block the unit up securely so that you
may run the engine with no danger of it
falling from the stand. With the speed
control in the neutral position, start the
engine and run it at 3/4 to full throttle.
Using a 5/16" wrench adjust the speed
control link, to set the right hand wheel to
neutral no matter what the left hand
wheel does. With that accomplished,
lock the lock nuts into place on speed
control link. If the left hand wheel is not
neutralized use a 1/2" wrench, to break
the lock nut loose on the pump link and
adjust the rod end to neutral the left hand
wheel. After accomplishing neutral, shut
the engine off and remove the support
blocks from under the machine. With the
engine shut down, take the drive rods
and bolt them onto the main control shaft
using the 5/16" nyloc nuts provided.
Adjust the length of the rod so that the
pins in the drive levers are just a little
under center of the neutral lock on the
thumb lock. (See fig.)
You are ready for your test run to set the
full speed tracking. Remember to check
the air pressure in the tires. Rear wheels
Neutral Lock
Drive-Rod
Hydro Drive Thumblock
Fig. 2
should be set at 12 psi, front casters to
20 psi. Run unit at full throttle and set
control lever to the full speed setting.
The test run should be made on some
type of hard surface with the ground
being fairly level. If the machine pulls
one way in full speed, adjust the slow
side stop bolt up to speed up the slow
motor. If there is not enough adjustment
to speed up the slow motor, you may
have to lengthen the stop bolt on the fast
side. Run that machine at an
intermediate speed. If you have a
tracking problem after full speed tracking
is set, the adjustment is in the pump arm
rod end. This is remedied by adjusting
the length of the pump arm. Brake the
lock nut loose on the pump arm and
remove the bolt from the rod end that
attaches it to the link. To increase the
pump speed, shorten the pump arm. To
decrease the speed, lengthen the pump
arm. Usually about two full turns on the
pump arm rod end to speed up or slow
down is adequate. (See fig.)
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BEFORE OPERATING
speed control arm
Know your machine top to bottom.
Make certain all safety standards and
instructions have been fully read and
understood.
Be acquainted with all “SAFETY
INSTRUCTIONS” in this manual – to
start.
gas tank
stop bolt
w/ nylon
washers
speed control link
pump neutral adjustment
pump
1.
2.
control cam
rod end
dump valve
3.
top end speed
stop bolt
pump arm
4.
Fig. 3
Final Check /
Adjustment
5.
6.
1.
7.
2.
3.
Check all oil levels (engine and hydraulic
oil tank). See engine manual for proper
engine oil level. See specifications for
hydraulic oil level.
Check air pressure in drive wheels (12
psi) and caster wheels (20psi).
Check for proper belt tension (see guide).
Keep a 1/8" to 1/4" clearance between
belt guides and belts with belt tension
applied. Check for leaks at all hose
connections.
8.
CAUTION:
9.
Excessive belt tension may cause
damage!!.
4.
5.
After a 10 hour “Break-In” period go
through steps 1 thru 3.
Proper adjustments must be maintained
to insure safe, trouble free, long life
operation of the mower. After completing
the foregoing instructions and
recommended procedures you are ready
to put the mower into operation.
4
Fill the fuel tank and open the fuel valve.
Speed Control Lever is in “Stop” position
(Top of lever all the way to the left).
Blades disengaged (Lever all the way
back).
Control cables locked in neutral at the
thumb latches.
Choke engine as required and start.
After engine is running, push blade
engagement lever forward to engage
blades.
Move the Speed Control Lever to desired
speed. (Starting out slow and moving up
to speed while moving is recommended.)
Grip the Drive Levers just enough to hold
them in the neutral or stopped position.
NOTE: Squeezing the Drive Levers
past the neutral or stopped position
will result in the mower backing up.
(This is the “Finger Tip” reverse
feature). Push forward on the thumb
locks to unlock the Drive Levers. Slowly
release the Drive Levers to move
forward.
In the all forward mode, the mower will
travel straight. Slight turning can be
done by simply pushing the mower
manually right or left via the handles.
More substantial turns are done by
squeezing the Drive Levers until the
mower turns the desired amount. To
make a counter rotating turn (one wheel
forward, the other reversed) is
accomplished by squeezing one of the
Drive Levers to the stop position.
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Before Operating
open. The hydrostatic pumps will not
operate properly with these valves
open.
10. To stop forward motion, squeeze both
Drive Levers until the mower stops. Lock
the levers using the thumb latches.
Move the Speed Control Lever to the
stop position.
The mower is equipped with “Operator
Presence Controls” on the upper handle.
When the operator leaves the operator
zone, removing (both) hands from the
Operator Presence Control Levers will
cause the engine to kill. THIS FEATURE
IS FOR YOUR SAFETY!
IMPORTANT!: To move the unit with
the engine stopped, the dump valve
on each pump must be cracked open.
This is the 5/8" Hex Nut located on the
top, front, right side of each pump.
Turn the valve counter clockwise to
WARNING:
FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE PREVIOUS INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SEVERE
BODILY INJURY OR MECHANICAL FAILURE.
PLEASE BE CAREFUL !
SAFETY DECALS
In order to promote safe operation, Encore Mfg. Co., Inc. supplies safety decals on all
products manufactured. Because damage can occur to safety decals through shipment, use
or reconditioning, Encore will, upon request, provide safety decals for any of our products in
the field at No Charge. Contact your authorized Encore dealer for more information.
363023
363001
363038
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HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
REAR DECK MOUNT IN HIGHEST POSITION
REAR DECK MOUNT IN LOWEST POSITION
(5) spacers on top of caster arm
(4) spacers on top of caster arm
(3) spacers on top of caster arm
(2) spacers on top of caster arm
(1) spacer on top of caster arm
All spacers under caster arm
(5) spacers on top of caster arm = 1 1/2" to 2 3/4"
(4) spacers on top of caster arm = 1 3/4" to 3"
(3) spacers on top of caster arm = 2" to 3 1/4"
(2) spacers on top of caster arm= 2 3/8" to 3 3/8"
(1) spacer on top of caster arm = 2 5/8" to 3 7/8"
All spacers under caster arm = 2 7/8" to 4 1/8"
=
=
=
=
=
=
1 7/8" to 3 1/8"
2 1/8" to 3 3/8"
2 1/2" to 3 3/4"
2 5/8" to 3 7/8"
2 7/8" to 4 1/8"
3 1/4" to 1 1/2"
NOTE: Use 1/4" blade spacers to achieve cutting height between the above measurements.
Rear Deck Mount Position
Lowest
Caster Arm
Caster Arm
Spacers
Highest
Caster Assy
Blade Spacers
Fig. 4
LUBRICATION / MAINTENANCE
The following recommendations should be used to ensure proper and safe operation of the
mower.
LUBRICATION
(Units Prior to Serial Number 33333)
CAUTION:
Grease Daily:
Idler Arm
Caster Wheels and Caster Pivots
Drive Wheels
Grease Every 100 Hours:
Bell Crank Pivot Bearing
Grease Every 250 Hours:
Cutter Housing Bearings
When greasing Cutter Housing, grease
each one with TWO PUMPS ONLY.
Excessive greasing can force seals out
causing premature bearing failure.
6
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LUBRICATION / MAINTENANCE
LUBRICATION
New Blade
(Units After Serial Number 33333)
Grease Daily:
Idler Arm
Caster Wheels and Caster Pivots
Drive Wheels
Grease Every 100 Hours:
Bell Crank Pivot Bearing
25 Degrees
Mower Blades: Check sharpness of
mower blades after every 10 hours of
operation.
To sharpen blades proceed as follows:
• Block the front end of the mower up or
run front end up on ramps
• Remove blade by turning bolt counter
clockwise.
• Sharpen blade with a hand file, electric
grinder or blade sharpener. Wear gloves
and eye protection when sharpening.
Grind blade at original bevel.
• Check balance of blade by positioning
the blade on a nail or blade balance
pedestal. Grind the blade on the end
that is heavier until both sides balance.
• Reinstall blades.
CAUTION:
Do not spill Oil or Grease on Belts.
MAINTENANCE
1. Engine: For complete maintenance and
operating information for your engine,
please refer to your engine operating and
maintenance manual provided by the
engine manufacturer.
6. BATTERY:
See battery manufacturer’s instructions
for proper maintenance of battery.
Belts: The drive and deck belts should
be checked and adjusted after the first
10 hours of use and then every 50 hours
from that point on.
3.
Tires: Correct tire pressure is essential
for efficient operation of the mower.
4.
Check tire air pressure periodically.
Inflate tires to the pressures listed:
Drive Wheels
= 12 psi
Caster Wheels = 20 psi
Dangerous!
5.
Replace Hydraulic Filter and oil after 150
hours “break-in” and 500 hours or once a
year then on using 9.5 quarts of 20W 50
oil.
2.
When Notch Starts
Discard Blade
WARNING:
AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH:
THE BATTERY CONTAINS SULFURIC ACID.
AVOID CONTACT WITH SKIN, EYES OR
CLOTHING. ANTIDOTE: INTERNAL – DRINK
LARGE QUANTITIES OF WATER OR MILK.
FOLLOW WITH MILK OF MAGNESIA,
BEATEN EGG OR VEGETABLE OIL. CALL A
PHYSICIAN IMMEDIATELY. EYES AND SKIN
– FLUSH WITH WATER AND GET PROMPT
MEDICAL ATTENTION.
BATTERIES PRODUCE EXPLOSIVE GASES,
KEEP SPARKS, FLAMES AND SMOKING
MATERIALS AWAY. VENTILATE WHEN
CHARGING IN AN ENCLOSED SPACE.
WEAR EYE PROTECTION WHEN WORKING
NEAR BATTERIES.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
CAUTION:
DO NOT ADJUST OR CHANGE ATTACHMENTS
UNLESS SPARK PLUG WIRE HAS BEEN
DISCONNECTED AND THE ENGINE HAS
STOPPED.
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ENCORE
BROWN 18 GA.
ENCORE PART #: 363344
WIRE HARNESS FOR 32B100E ; 12 HP BRIGGS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 36B100E ; 12 HP BRIGGS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 48B300E ; 16 HP BRIGGS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 52B300E ; 16 HP BRIGGS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 60B300E ; 16 HP BRIGGS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 60B400E ; 18 HP BRIGGS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 48B350EWT ; 16 HP BRIGGS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 48B450EWT ; 18 HP BRIGGS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 52B350E ; 16 HP BRIGGS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 52B450E ; 18 HP BRIGGS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 60B350E ; 16 HP BRIGGS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 60B450E ; 18 HP BRIGGS
GREEN 18 GA.
MODULE
CONN.
423030
N/O
BROWN 18 GA.
N/C
YELLOW 16 GA.
OPC
SWITCH
363208
NEUTRAL
SWITCH
363207
423017
STARTER RELAY
YELLOW 18 GA.
BLACK 16 GA.
RED /BLACK STP. 18 GA.
20 AMP FUSE
ENGINE KILL
TO BATT.
GROUND
BLACK 16 GA.
RED 14 GA.
ORANGE 18 GA.
8
ENGINE FUEL
SOLENOID
ENGINE
CHARGING
TO BATT.
POS.
WIRE JUNCTION
RED 12 GA.
FUSE BLOCK
RED /BLACK STP. 18 GA.
ORANGE 12 GA.
RED 12 GA.
ORANGE / WHITE 18 GA.
WHITE 16 GA.
423027
IGNITION SWITCH
363164
NEUTRAL
SWITCH HYDRO
363164
BLADE
SWITCH
N/O
BLACK / WHITE 18 GA.
TO BATT.
GROUND
9
ENGINE KILL
RED 12 GA.
RED /BLACK STP. 18 GA.
ORANGE / WHITE 18 GA.
20 AMP FUSE
FUSE BLOCK
BLACK 16 GA.
RED 14 GA.
ORANGE 18 GA.
YELLOW 16 GA.
423017
STARTER RELAY
YELLOW 18 GA.
ENGINE
FUEL
SOLENOID
TO BATT. POS.
RED 12 GA.
WIRE JUNCTION
RED /BLACK STP. 18 GA.
ORANGE 12 GA.
N/C
363207
NEUTRAL
SWITCH
MODULE
CONN.
423030
GREEN 18 GA.
N/O
363164
BLADE
SWITCH
BROWN 18 GA.
OPC
SWITCH
363208
N/O
BLACK / WHITE 18 GA.
ENGINE
CHARGING
BLACK 16 GA.
423027
IGNITION
SWITCH
363164
NEUTRAL
SWITCH
HYDRO
ENCORE
ENCORE PART #: 363373
WIRE HARNESS FOR 48K450EWT ; 17 HP KAWASAKI
WIRE HARNESS FOR 48K550EWT ; 19 OR 20 HP KAWASAKI
WIRE HARNESS FOR 52K450E ; 17 HP KAWASAKI
WIRE HARNESS FOR 52K550E ; 19 OR 20 HP KAWASAKI
WIRE HARNESS FOR 60K550E ; 19 OR 20 HP KAWASAKI
BROWN 18 GA.
WHITE 16 GA.
ENCORE
ENCORE PART #: 453029
WIRE HARNESS FOR 48B350WT ; 16 HP BRIGSS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 48B450WT ; 18 HP BRIGSS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 52B350 ; 16 HP BRIGSS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 52B450 ; 18 HP BRIGSS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 60B350 ; 16 HP BRIGSS
WIRE HARNESS FOR 60B450 ; 18 HP BRIGSS
NOTE CHANGES AT CONN .red wire was at B slot
black wire was at E slot
1-21-99 dlm
NOTE CHANGES AT CONN .red wire was at A slot
yellow wire was at D slot
brown wire was at B slot
black wire was at F slot
green wire was at E slot
12-9-98 dlm
REAR VIEW OF SAFETY
MODULE CONN.
A B C D E F
18 GA GREEN
18 GA BLACK
18 GA RED
TO ENGINE KILL
18 GA BROWN
363208
OPC SWITCH
603060
ON/OFF
KEY SWITCH
18 G
A YE
N/O
LLOW
363164
HYDRO COTNTROL
NEUTRAL SWITCH
N/O
363164
BLADE
SWITCH
18 GA VIOLET
N/O
10
E
HIT
AW
18 G
18 GA YELLOW
TO ENGINE
GND.
ENCORE
ENCORE PART #: 453160
WIRE HARNESS FOR 36K450 ; 17 HP KAWASAKI
WIRE HARNESS FOR 48K450WT ; 17 HP KAWASAKI
WIRE HARNESS FOR 52K450 ; 17 HP KAWASAKI
WIRE HARNESS FOR 60K450 ; 17 HP KAWASAKI
NOTE CHANGES AT CONN .red wire was at B slot
black wire was at E slot
1-21-99 dlm
NOTE CHANGES AT CONN .red wire was at A slot
yellow wire was at D slot
brown wire was at B slot
black wire was at F slot
green wire was at E slot
12-9-98 dlm
REAR VIEW OF SAFETY
MODULE CONN.
363372
A B C D E F
18 GA GREEN
18 GA BLACK
18 GA RED
TO ENGINE KILL
18 GA BROWN
363208
OPC SWITCH
603060
ON/OFF
KEY SWITCH
18 G
N/O
A YE
LLOW
363164
HYDRO COTNTROL
NEUTRAL SWITCH
N/O
363164
BLADE
SWITCH
18 GA VIOLET
N/O
11
E
HIT
AW
18 G
18 GA YELLOW
TO ENGINE
GND.
ENCORE
ENCORE PART #: 453164
WIRE HARNESS FOR 32K250 ; 14 HP KAWASAKI
WIRE HARNESS FOR 36K250 ; 14 HP KAWASAKI
REAR VIEW OF SAFETY
MODULE CONN.
363372
A B C D E F
18 GA GREEN
18 GA RED
TO ENGINE GND.
363208
OPC SWITCH
18 GA YELLOW
N/O
363164
HYDRO COTNTROL
NEUTRAL SWITCH
18 GA WHITE
TO ENGINE
KILL
18 GA BROWN
18 GA BLACK
N/O
363164
BLADE
SWITCH
18 GA VIOLET
N/O
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Notes:
ENCORE WARRANTY
This warranty extends to the original retail purchaser only and commences on the date of
original retail purchase. Any part of the Encore commercial mower manufactured by Encore
Mfg. Co., Inc. and found in reasonable judgement of Encore Mfg. Co., Inc. to be defective in
material or workmanship will be repaired or replaced by an authorized Encore Mfg. Co., Inc.
dealer without charge for parts and labor. The Encore mower, including any defective part,
must be returned to an authorized Encore service dealer within the warranty period. The
expense of delivering the mower to the dealer for warranty work and the expense of returning
it back to the owner after repair or replacement will be paid by the owner. Should any part
prove to be defective within the two years of original purchase (90 days for rental purposes),
this part will be replace F.O.B. Beatrice, Nebraska, without charge, provided, the defective part
is returned to us transportation charges prepaid. Return Authorization is not required for
cutter housings, electrical components, hydraulic components or belts. Return Authorization
is required for all other components. The responsibility of Encore Mfg. Co., Inc. in respect to
claim is limited to making the required repair or replacements, and no claim of breach of
warranty shall be cause for cancellation or recession of the contract of sale of any Encore
mower. Proof of purchase will be required by the dealer to substantiate any warranty claim.
All warranty work must be performed by an authorized Encore service dealer. This warranty is
limited to two years from the date of original retail purchase for any Encore mower that is used
for commercial purposes or 90 days rental. This warranty DOES NOT cover any Encore
mower that has been subject to misuse, neglect, negligence, accident or that has been
operated in any way contrary to the operating instructions as specified in the Operator’s
Manual. The warranty DOES NOT apply to any damage to the mower that is the result of
improper maintenance, or to any mower parts that have not been assembled or installed as
specified in the assembly instructions. The warranty DOES NOT cover any mower that has
been altered or modified so as to adversely affect the intended use of the product, its
operation, performance or durability. In addition, the warranty DOES NOT extend to repairs
made necessary by normal wear or by the use of parts or accessories which, in the
reasonable judgement of Encore Mfg. Co., Inc. are either incompatible with the mower or
adversely affect its operation, performance or durability. This warranty DOES NOT cover the
engine, which is warranted separately by the engine manufacturer and for different periods of
time. This warranty DOES cover (if equipped) the battery for a period of 90 days. Encore
Mfg. Co., Inc. reserves the right to change or improve the design of any mower without
assuming any obligation to modify any mower previously manufactured. Encore Mfg. Co.,
Inc’s. obligation under warranty is strictly and excessively limited to repair or replacement of
defective parts. Encore Mfg. Co., Inc. DOES NOT assume or authorize anyone to assume
for them any other obligation. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. Encore Mfg. Co., Inc. assumes
no responsibility for incidental, consequential or other damages including, but not limited to
expense of delivering the mower to an authorized service dealer and expense of returning it
back to the owner, mechanic’s travel time, telephone or telegram charges, rental of a like
product during the time warranty repairs are being performed, travel, loss of use of the mower,
loss of time or inconvenience. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of
incidental or consequential damages so that above limitation or exclusion may not apply to
you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights which vary from state to state.
ENCORE MFG. CO., INC. CANNOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE WAY, OR CONDITIONS
IN WHICH YOU OPERATE THE MOWER. USE COMMON SENSE AT ALL TIMES.
0303 A ,ENCORE MANUFACTURING CO., INC.
All rights reserved. Contents subject to change.
PREMIER HYDROPRO
32K250 - OPERATORS MANUAL
Part Number
933042
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