111-0443 A
13/30
HERITAGE TRACTOR
CODE 131D
INSTRUCTION BOOK
CODE SERIAL NO.
131D 260000001
ISSUE 02/20/06
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LIMITED WARRANTY
Hayter Limited warrants to the original user / purchaser that this unit shall be free from defects in material and
workmanship under normal use and service for a period of three years from the date of purchase. The manufacturers of the engine and battery pack system (where applicable) furnish their own warranty and services are provided through their authorised network (Refer to “Engine/Battery Pack Warranty Statement”). To qualify for the
full benefit of the warranty, the warranty registration card must be returned within 60 days of purchase. Subject to
the conditions and exclusions noted in this limited warranty, we shall at our option, repair or replace any warranted part during the applicable period. If you are in doubt or experience any difficulty, please consult a Hayter
Authorised Service Dealer for clarification..
To qualify for the extended warranty (second and third year) of the three year limited warranty, the machine must
have annual services carried out by an Authorised Hayter Service Dealer. These chargeable services should be
carried out within 12 and 24 months of the date of purchase.
Excluded from the extended warranty period are those items which are subject to normal wear and tear e.g. tyres,
wheels, cutterbars, cables, batteries and other consumable wearing parts.
All consumer machines which are fitted with a genuine Hayter friction disc as original equipment, before use, are
covered by a Lifetime Warranty against the engine crankshaft bending. Note: friction washers, blade brake
units and other such devices are not applicable. Only machines fitted with a genuine Hayter friction disc, which
are used in accordance with the recommended operating and maintenance procedures, are covered.
This warranty does not apply to any unit that has been tampered with, altered, misused, abused or used for hire,
and will become invalid if non genuine Hayter parts are fitted. This warranty does not cover minor mechanical
adjustments unless they are due to defective materials or workmanship. Consult the Owner’s Handbook or a
Hayter Authorised Service Dealer for assistance when making these adjustments.
A warranty period of 90 days applies to machines used for commercial purposes.
To make a warranty claim, return the unit to a Hayter authorised dealer along with proof of purchase stating the
machine serial number and date of purchase. The service receipt(s) or this Owner’s Handbook with the 1st/2nd
year service boxes fully completed, must be produced as proof of entitlement to the extended warranty period.
Subject to the conditions and exclusions in this limited warranty, the authorised dealer will, at our option, repair or
replace any warranted part within the duration of the warranty period.
This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights and is in addition to any statutory rights to which you may be
entitled and your statutory rights are not affected by this warranty. If you need additional information concerning
this written warranty, or assistance in obtaining services, please write to:
HAYTER LIMITED, Service Department, Spellbrook, Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire CM23 4BU.
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CONTENTS
LIMITED WARRANTY
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INTERNATIONAL PICTORIALS
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OWNER’S INFORMATION
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SAFE OPERATION PRACTICES
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ASSEMBLY
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OPERATION
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MAINTENANCE
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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART
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INTERNATIONAL PICTORIALS
IMPORTANT: The following pictorials are located on your unit or on literature supplied
with the product. Before you operate the
unit, learn and understand the purpose for
each pictorial.
NOTE: Illustrations and pictorials begin
on page 2.
Safety Warning Pictorials (Figure 37)
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WARNING
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IMPORTANT: Read Owner’s Manual
Before Operating This Machine.
WARNING: Thrown Objects. Keep
Bystanders Away. Read User Instructions
Before Operating This Machine.
WARNING: Do Not Use This Machine On
Slopes Greater Than 10 Degrees.
DANGER: Keep People, Especially
Children, Away From Unit.
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Assembled in USA by Swisher for
Briggs & Stratton Corporation
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DANGER: No Step.
DANGER: Keep Feet And Hands Away
From Rotating Blade.
Declared airborne sound power level of 100
dB(A) is in accordance with Directive
2000/14/EC.
DANGER: Disconnect Spark Plug Wire
Before Servicing Unit.
WARNING: Hot Surface.
WARNING: Use Caution When Connecting
Or Disconnecting Accessories.
WARNING: Crushed Fingers.
IMPORTANT: Follow Instructions In
Owner’s Manual To Level The Deck.
WARNING: Stay Clear Of Mower Blade As
Long As Engine Is Running.
Control And Operating Pictorials
(Figure 38)
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Engine Start
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Lights
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Engine Run
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Engine Stop
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Engine Run
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Brake
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Parking Brake
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Clutch
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Slow
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Fast
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Choke
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Oil
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Blade Rotation Control
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Raise
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Fuel
Declared vibration emission values in accordance with Directive 98/37/EC.
Vibration Emission according to BS EN 1032: Seat 1,64 m/s2,
Right Running Board 2,19 m/s2, Left Running Board 2,90 m/s2
Vibration Emission according to BS EN 1033: Steering Wheel 4,39 m/s2
Values determined with operator in operating position when the machine was
operated stationary on a concrete surface at 2850 min−1.
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Declared airborne noise emissions in accordance with Directive 2000/14/EC,
Annex VI.
Sound Pressure Level at operator position
86 dB.
Values determined at ear according to the specifications of EN ISO 11201.
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OWNER’S INFORMATION
Know your product: If you understand the unit
and how the unit operates, you will get the best
performance. As you read this manual, compare
the illustrations to the unit. Learn the location
and the function of the controls. To help prevent
an accident, follow the operating instructions
and the safety rules. Keep this manual for future
reference.
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3.
WARNING: Look for this symbol to indicate
important safety precautions. This symbol
indicates: “Attention! Become Alert! Your
Safety Is At Risk.”
Responsibility Of The Owner
WARNING: This cutting machine is
capable of amputating hands and
feet and throwing objects. Failure
to observe the following safety instructions
could result in serious injury or death to
the operator or bystanders.
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5.
Thoroughly inspect the area where the
equipment is to be used and remove all objects which may be thrown by the machine.
WARNING − Petrol is highly flammable.
a. Store fuel in containers specifically designed for this purpose.
b. Refuel outdoors only and do not
smoke while refuelling.
c. Add fuel before starting the engine.
Never remove the cap of the fuel tank
or add petrol while the engine is running or when the engine is hot.
d. If petrol is spilled, do not attempt to
start the engine but move the machine
away from the area of spillage and
avoid creating any source of ignition
until petrol vapours have dissipated.
e. Replace all fuel tanks and container
caps securely.
Replace faulty silencers.
Before using, always visually inspect to see
that the blades, blade bolts and cutter assembly are not worn or damaged. Replace
worn or damaged blades and bolts in sets
to preserve balance.
On multi−blade machines, take care as rotating one blade can cause other blades to
rotate.
The responsibility of the owner is to
follow the instructions below.
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SAFE OPERATION PRACTICES
Operation
For Ride−On (Riding)
Rotary Mower Machines
Training
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6.
Read the instructions carefully. Be familiar
with the controls and the proper use of the
equipment.
Never allow children or people unfamiliar
with these instructions to use the mower.
Local regulations may restrict the age of
the operator.
Never mow while people, especially
children, or pets are nearby.
Keep in mind that the operator or user is
responsible for accidents or hazards occurring to other people or their property.
Do not carry passengers.
All drivers should seek and obtain professional and practical instruction. Such
instruction should emphasize:
a. the need for care and concentration
when working with ride−on machines;
b. control of a ride−on machine sliding
on a slope will not be regained by the
application of the brake. The main
reasons for loss of control are:
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insufficient wheel grip;
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being driven too fast;
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inadequate braking
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the type of machine is unsuitable
for its task;
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lack of awareness of the effect of
ground conditions, especially
slopes;
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incorrect hitching and load distribution.
Preparation
1.
While mowing, always wear substantial
footwear and long trousers. Do not operate
the equipment when barefoot or wearing
open sandals.
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Do not operate the engine in a confined
space where dangerous carbon monoxide
fumes can collect.
Mow only in daylight or in good artificial
light.
Before attempting to start the engine, disengage all blade attachment clutches and
shift into neutral.
Do not use on slopes of more than 10 degrees.
Remember there is no such thing as a
“safe” slope. Travel on grass slopes requires particular care. To guard against
overturning:
a. do not stop or start suddenly when
going up or downhill;
b. engage clutch slowly, always keep
machine in gear, especially when travelling downhill;
c. machine speeds should be kept low
on slopes and during tight turns;
d. stay alert for humps and hollows and
other hidden hazards;
e. never mow across the face of the
slope, unless the mower is designed
for this purpose.
Use care when pulling loads or using heavy
equipment.
a. Use only approved drawbar hitch
points.
b. Limit loads to those you can safely
control.
c. Do not turn sharply. Use care when
reversing.
d. Use counterweight(s) or wheel
weights when suggested in the Instruction Book.
Watch out for traffic when crossing or near
roadways.
Stop the blades rotating before crossing
surfaces other than grass.
When using any attachments, never direct
discharge of material toward bystanders
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nor allow anyone near the machine while in
operation.
Never operate the mower with defective
guards or shields, or without safety protective devices in place.
Do not change the engine governor settings or overspeed the engine. Operating
an engine at excessive speed may increase the hazard of personal injury.
Before leaving the operator’s position
a. disengage the power take−off and
lower the attachments;
b. change into neutral and set the parking brake;
c. stop the engine and remove the key.
Disengage drive to attachments, stop the
engine, and disconnect the spark plug
wire(s) or remove the ignition key
a. before cleaning blockages or unclogging chute;
b. before checking, cleaning or working
on the mower;
c. after striking a foreign object. Inspect
the mower for damage and make repairs before restarting and operating
the equipment;
d. if the machine starts to vibrate abnormally (check immediately).
Disengage drive to attachments when
transporting or not in use.
Stop the engine and disengage drive to attachment
a. before refuelling;
b. before removing the grass catcher;
c. before making height adjustment unless adjustment can be made from the
operator’s position.
Reduce the throttle setting during engine
run−out and, if the engine is provided with a
shut−off valve, turn the fuel off at the conclusion of mowing.
Before and when backing, look behind and
down for small children.
Use extra care when approaching blind
corners, shrubs, trees or other objects that
may obscure vision.
Maintenance and Storage
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On multi−blade machines, take care as rotating one blade can cause other blades to
rotate.
When machine is to be parked, stored or
left unattended, lower the cutting means
unless a positive mechanical lock is used.
Keep all nuts, bolts, and screws tight to be
sure the equipment is in safe working
condition.
Never store the equipment with petrol 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.
To reduce the fire hazard, keep the engine,
silencer, battery compartment and petrol
storage area free of grass, leaves, or excessive grease.
Check the grass catcher frequently for
wear or deterioration.
Replace worn or damaged parts for safety.
If the fuel tank has to be drained, this
should be done outdoors.
ASSEMBLY
All fasteners are in the parts bag. Do not discard
any parts or material until the unit is assembled.
WARNING: Before doing any assembly or maintenance to the
mower, remove the wire from the
spark plug.
NOTE: In this instruction book, left and right
describe the location of a part with the operator on the seat.
NOTE: Illustrations and pictorials begin on
page 2.
NOTE: To assemble the following loose
parts, use the fasteners shown at full size in
Figure 39.
How To Install The Front Wheels
(Figure 1)
NOTE: Use a piece of wood about 4 feet (1.25
meters) long to raise the front of the tractor.
If a piece of wood cannot be found, get
another person to help lift the tractor. Be
careful, do not let the tractor fall.
1. Raise the front of the tractor. Set a support
(block of wood) under the tractor.
2. Make sure the valve stem (2) is to the outside of the tractor. Slide the front wheel (1)
on the spindle (3).
3. Fasten each front wheel (1) with washer
(4), washer (7), and cotter pin (5). Bend the
ends of the cotter pin (5) appart to keep the
front wheel (1) on the spindle (3).
4. After the front wheels (1) are installed, lift
the tractor from the support. Roll the tractor
off of the container.
5. If your tractor has hub caps (6), install the
hub caps (6). Make sure the washers (4)
hold the hub caps (6) in place.
Check The Tyres
NOTE: The tires were over inflated for shipment. The correct air pressure is shown on
the side of the tire.
Check the air pressure in the tyres. Tyres with too
much air pressure will cause the unit to ride rough.
Also, the wrong air pressure will keep the mower
housing from cutting level. The correct air pressure is shown on the side of the tire.
Check The Level Of The Mower
Housing
Make sure the level of cut is still correct. After you
mow a short distance, look at the area that was cut.
If the mower housing does not cut level, see the instructions on “How To Level The Mower Housing”
in the Maintenance section of this instruction book.
How To Install The Seat (Figure 2)
1. Carefully remove the plastic bag from the
seat (1).
2. Align the holes in the seat hinge (2) to the
holes in the seat (1). Fasten the seat (1) to
the seat hinge (2) with the fasteners (4) and
(5).
3. Check the operating position of the seat (1).
If the seat (1) needs to be adjusted, loosen
the two wing bolts (5). Slide the seat (1) forward or backward along the seat adjusting
holes (3). Tighten the wing bolts (5).
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How To Assemble The Steering Wheel
(Figure 3)
1. Make sure the front wheels point forward.
2. Slide the cover (3) over the steering post
(2). Make sure the collar of the cover (3) is
on top.
(Figure 34) NOTE: Before attachment of the
steering wheel (1), make sure that the front
wheels point forward and are straight. For
proper alignment of the steering wheel, see
illustration 34.
3. Slide the steering wheel (1) onto the steering post (2).
4. Attach the steering wheel (1) to the steering post (2) with screw (4) and washer (6).
5. Some models have an optional insert (7) in
the parts bag. Attach the insert (7) to the
center of the steering wheel (1).
How To Assemble The Grass Bag
1. (Figure 5) Slide the top tube (1) onto the
wire frame (2). Make sure the handles (3)
on the top tube (1) and the wire frame (2)
are on top.
2. Attach the struts (4) to the INSIDE of the
mounting tabs (5) with bolt (6) and nut (7).
Make sure the head of bolt (6) is on the outside and nut (7) is locked against the strut
(4).
3. (Figure 6) Slide the frame assembly (8) into
the grass bag (9). Make sure the Velcro
flap (10) is on top.
4. (Figure 7) Open the Velcro flap (10). Slide
the handle (3) through the opening and secure the Velcro flap (10) under the handle
(3).
5. Attach the clips (11) to the frame assembly
(8).
How To Mount The Grass Bag
1. (Figure 8) To lift the grass bag assembly,
use the grass bag handles (3).
2. (Figure 9) Mount the top of the grass bag
assembly (12) onto the rear plate hinges
(13).
3. (Figure 8) When mounting the top of the
grass bag (9), hold the bottom of the grass
bag (9) slightly away from the rear plate
(14).
4. (Figure 10) Then, lower the grass bag (9)
until the bottom is against the rear plate.
5. (Figure 9) Push down on the rear handle. A
locking spring (15) on the rear plate will secure the bottom of the grass bag assembly
(12).
Maintenance Free Battery (Figure 4)
IMPORTANT: Before you attach the battery
cables to the battery, check the battery date.
The battery date tells if the battery must be
charged.
1. Check the top and the side of the battery (1)
for the location of the battery date.
2. If the battery (1) is put into service before
the battery date, the battery cables can be
attached without charging the battery (1).
See “How To Install The Battery Cables”.
3. If the battery (1) is put into service after the
battery date, the battery (1) must be
charged. See “How To Charge The Maintenance Free Battery”.
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How To Charge The Battery (Figure 4)
WARNING: When you charge the
battery, do not smoke. Keep the battery away from any sparks. The
fumes from the battery acid can cause an
explosion.
1. Remove the battery (1) and battery tray (3).
2. Remove the protective cap from the battery
terminal.
3. Use a 12 volt battery charger to charge the
battery (1). Charge at a rate of 6 amperes
for one hour. If you do not have a battery
charger, have an authorized service centre
charge the battery.
4. Install the battery (1) and battery tray (3).
Make sure the positive (+) terminal (4) is on
the left side.
How To Install The Battery Cables
(Figure 4)
cable.
WARNING: To prevent sparks, fasten
the red cable to the positive (+) terminal before you connect the black
1. Remove the protective cap from the battery
terminal.
2. Slide the terminal cover (2) onto the red
cable (5). Fasten the red cable (5) to the
positive (+) terminal (4) with the fasteners
(6) and (7).
3. Fasten the black cable 8 to the negative (−)
terminal with the fasteners (6) and (7).
How To Prepare The Engine
NOTE: The engine was shipped from the factory filled with oil. Check the level of the oil.
Add oil as needed.
NOTE: The operation of a new engine will
sometimes result in a slight amount of
smoke. This smoke is caused by paint or oil
on or around the muffler. This is normal and
only expected during initial operation.
A separate engine manual is also included with the
unit. See this engine manual for the manufacturer’s instructions for the type of petrol and oil to use.
Before you use the unit, read the information on
safety, operation, maintenance, and storage.
WARNING: Follow the engine manufacturer’s instructions for the type of
petrol and oil to use. Always use a
safety petrol container. Do not smoke when
adding petrol to the engine. When inside an
enclosure, do not fill with petrol. Before you
add petrol, stop the engine. Let the engine
cool for several minutes.
Important! Before You Start Mowing
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Fill the fuel tank with petrol.
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Check the air pressure of the tyres.
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Check the level of the mower housing.
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Attach the battery cables.
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Make sure the wire is attached to
the spark plug.
OPERATION
NOTE: Illustrations and pictorials begin on
page 2.
Location Of Controls (Figure 13)
Blade Rotation Control (1): Use the blade
rotation control to start and stop the rotation of
the blade.
Clutch / Brake Pedal (2): The pedal has two
functions. The first function is a clutch. The
second function is a brake.
Headlight Switch (3): The headlight switch is
the first part of the ignition switch. To use the
lights with the engine running, turn the key to the
position for the lights.
Ignition Switch (3): Use the ignition switch to
start and stop the engine.
Shift Lever (4): Use the shift lever to change
the speed of the unit.
Lift Lever (5): Use the lift lever to change the
height of cut.
Parking Brake Lever (6): Use the parking brake
lever to engage the brake when you leave the
unit.
Throttle Control Lever (7): Use the throttle
control lever to increase or decrease the speed
of the engine.
How To Use The Throttle Control
(Figure 13)
Use the throttle control (7) to increase or
decrease the speed of the engine.
CAUTION: Always operate the engine with
the throttle control in the FAST position. If
the engine runs for several minutes at slower
than the FAST position, the engine and transmission will overheat and can be damaged.
1. The FAST position is marked with a detent.
For normal operation and when using a
grass bagger, move the throttle control to the
FAST position. For maximum charging of the
battery and for a cooler running engine, operate the engine in the FAST position.
2. For transport and to tow pull behind attachments, move the throttle control to the SLOW
position.
3. The engine governor is set at the factory for
maximum performance. Do not adjust the
governor to increase the speed of the engine.
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4. Before you ride the unit across a sidewalk or
a road, move the blade rotation control (1)
to the DISENGAGE position.
WARNING: Always keep your
hands and feet away from the
blade, deflector opening, and the
mower housing when the engine runs.
How To Use The Shift Lever (Figure 13)
To change the forward speed or the direction of
the unit, follow the steps below.
CAUTION: Before you move the shift lever,
completely push the clutch/brake pedal forward to stop the unit. If the unit is not
stopped, the gearbox can be damaged.
1. Completely push the clutch/brake pedal (2)
forward to stop the unit. Keep your foot on
the pedal.
2. Move the throttle control lever (7) to the
SLOW position.
3. To go forward, move the shift lever (4) to a
forward speed setting. To go backward,
move the shift lever (4) to reverse.
4. Slowly release the clutch/brake pedal (2).
Do not keep your foot on the pedal.
5. Move the throttle control (7) to the FAST
position.
How To Use The Parking Brake
(Figure 13)
1. Completely push the clutch/brake pedal (2)
forward.
2. Lift the parking brake lever (6).
3. Remove your foot from the clutch/brake
pedal (2) and then release the parking
brake lever (6). Make sure the parking brake
will hold the unit.
4. To release the parking brake (6), completely
push the clutch/brake pedal (2) forward.
The parking brake will automatically release.
WARNING: Before you leave the
operator’s position, move the shift
lever to the neutral (N) position. Set
the parking brake. Move the blade rotation
control to the DISENGAGE position. Stop
the engine and remove the ignition key.
How To Change The Cutting Height
(Figure 13)
1. Before you start the engine, make sure the
blade rotation control (1) is in the DISENGAGE position.
To change the cutting height, raise or lower the
lift lever (5) as follows.
1. Move the lift lever (5) forward to lower the
mower housing and back to raise the mower
housing.
2. When you ride on a sidewalk or road, move
the lift lever (5) to the highest position and
move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position.
2. Move the blade rotation control (1) to the
ENGAGE position to rotate the blade(s).
How To Stop The Unit (Figure 13)
How To Use The Blade Rotation Control
(Figure 13)
Use the blade rotation control (1) to engage
the blade(s).
NOTE: If the engine stops when you engage the blade(s), the seat switch or the
grass bag switch is not activated.
3. Move the blade rotation control (1) to the
DISENGAGE position to stop the blade(s).
Before you leave the operator’s position,
make sure the blade(s) has stopped rotating.
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1. Completely push the clutch/brake pedal (2)
forward to stop the unit. Keep your foot on
the pedal.
2. Move the blade rotation control (1) to the
DISENGAGE position.
3. Move the shift lever (4) to the NEUTRAL
position.
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4. Set the parking brake (6).
WARNING: Make sure the parking
brake will hold the unit.
5. Move the throttle control (7) to the SLOW
position.
6. To stop the engine, turn the ignition key (3)
to the OFF position. Remove the key.
7. (Figure 35) Some models have a fuel shut−
off valve (1) located under the fuel tank. If
equipped, close the fuel shut−off (1) valve.
How To Transport The Unit
To transport the unit, follow the steps below.
1. Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position.
2. Raise the lift lever to the highest position.
3. Move the throttle control to a position between SLOW and FAST.
4. To go faster, move the shift lever to a faster
speed.
How To Operate With The Mower
Housing
IMPORTANT: When you operate with the
mower housing, always operate with the
throttle control in the FAST position.
1. Start the engine.
2. Move the lift lever to a height of cut position.
In high or thick grass, cut the grass in the
highest position first and then lower the
mower housing to a lower position.
3. Move the throttle control to the SLOW position.
4. Slowly move the blade rotation control to the
ENGAGE position.
5. Push the clutch/brake pedal completely forward.
6. Move the shift lever to one of the speed settings.
NOTE: When you mow in heavy grass or
mow with a bagger, put the shift lever in
the slowest speed.
7. Slowly release the clutch/brake pedal.
8. Move the throttle control to the FAST position. If you need to go faster or slower, stop
the unit and move the shift lever to another
speed setting.
9. Make sure the level of cut is still correct.
After you mow a short distance, look at the
area that was cut. If the mower housing does
not cut level, see the instructions on “How To
Level The Mower Housing” in the Maintenance section.
WARNING: For better control of the
unit, select a safe speed.
How To Operate On Hills
WARNING: Do not ride up or down
slopes that are too steep to back
straight up. Never ride the unit
across a slope.
1. Before you ride up or down a hill, move the
shift lever to the slowest speed.
2. Do not stop or change speed settings on a
hill. If you must stop, quickly push the clutch/
brake pedal forward and set the parking
brake.
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3. To start again, make sure the shift lever is in
the slowest speed. Move the throttle control
to the SLOW position. Slowly release the
pedal.
Before Starting The Engine
6. Slowly move the throttle control to the SLOW
position.
Check the oil
4. If you must stop or start on a hill, always
have enough space for the unit to roll when
you release the brake and engage the clutch.
NOTE: The engine was shipped from the factory filled with oil. Check the level of the oil.
Add oil as needed. See the engine manufacturer’s instructions for the type of petrol and
oil to use.
7. To start a hot engine, move the throttle control to a position between FAST and SLOW.
5. Be very careful when you change directions
on a hill. When on a slope or in a turn on a
hill, move the throttle control to the SLOW
position to help prevent an accident.
How To Use The Grass Bagger
WARNING: Do not ride up or down
slopes that are too steep to back
straight up. Never ride the unit
across a slope.
1. Make sure the unit is level.
NOTE: Do not check the level of the oil
while the engine runs.
2. Check the oil. Follow the procedure in the
engine manufacturer’s instructions.
3. If necessary, add oil until the oil reaches the
FULL mark on the dipstick. The quantity of oil
needed from ADD to FULL is shown on the
dipstick. Do not add too much oil.
Add Petrol
Operation
To operate with the grass bagger, follow the
steps below.
1. Start the engine.
2. Move the throttle control to FAST position.
3. Move the shift lever to FIRST (1) position. To
fill the grass bag, always operate at the
slowest speed.
4. If the height of the grass is more than 31/2
inches (9cm), cut the grass with the mower
housing in the highest position. Then, lower
the mower housing and cut the grass again.
You can also cut at 1/2 to 2/3 of the full cutting
width of the mower housing.
How To Clear The Connector Tube And
The Extension Tube
If the connector tube or the extension tube
becomes filled with grass, clear as follows.
1. Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position.
2. Move the shift lever to the neutral (N) position.
3. Engage the parking brake.
4. Stop the engine.
5. (Figure 8) Remove the grass bagger (9).
6. (Figure 11) Use a long stick (1) to push any
grass and debris from the connector tube
(2) or the extension tube.
7. If the connector must be removed, see “How
To Remove The Connector Tube” in the
maintenance section.
How To Empty The Grass Bagger
1. Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position.
2. Move the shift lever to the neutral (N) position.
3. Engage the parking brake.
4. (Figure 12) Raise the rear of the grass bag
(9).
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WARNING: Always use a safety
petrol container. Do not smoke
when adding petrol to the fuel tank.
Do not add petrol when you are inside an
enclosure. Before you add petrol, stop the
engine and let the engine cool for several
minutes.
1. (Figure 14) Fill the fuel tank (1) to the FULL
(2) position with regular unleaded petrol. Do
not use premium unleaded petrol. Make sure
the petrol is fresh and clean. Leaded petrol
will increase deposits and shorten the life of
the valves.
2. (Figure 35) Some models have a fuel shut−
off valve located under the fuel tank. If
equipped, turn the fuel shut−off valve (1)
1/4 turn to the OPEN position.
How To Start The Engine
WARNING: The electrical system
has an operator presence system
that includes a sensor switch for
the seat. These components tell the
electrical system if the operator is sitting
on the seat. This system will stop the
engine when the operator leaves the seat.
For your protection, always make sure this
system operates correctly.
NOTE: The engine will not start unless you
depress the clutch/brake pedal or engage the
parking brake and move the blade rotation
control to the DISENGAGE position.
1. Push the clutch/brake pedal completely forward. Keep your foot on the pedal.
Mowing And Bagging Tips
1. For a lawn to look better, check the cutting
level of the mower housing. See “How To
Level The Mower Housing” in the Maintenance section.
2. For the mower housing to cut level, make
sure the tyres have the correct amount of air
pressure. The correct air pressure is shown
on the side of the tyres.
3. Every time you use the unit, check the blade.
If the blade is bent or damaged, immediately
replace the blade. Also, make sure the nut
for the blade is tight.
4. Keep the blade(s) sharpened. Worn blades
will cause the ends of the grass to turn
brown.
5. If the grass is very high, cut two times to decrease the load on the engine. First cut with
the mower housing in the highest position
and then lower the mower housing for the
second cut.
6. Operate the engine with the throttle in FAST
position and the shift lever in first or second
gear.
7. For better cutting performance and a quality
cut, mow with the shift lever in one of the
slower speeds.
8. After each use, clean the bottom and top of
the mower housing for better performance.
Also, a clean mower housing will help prevent a fire.
MAINTENANCE
NOTE: Illustrations and pictorials begin on
page 2.
General Recommendations
1. The owner’s responsibility is to maintain this
product. This will extend the life of the product and is also necessary to maintain warranty coverage.
2. Check the spark plug, drive brake, lubricate
the unit, and clean the air filter once a year.
3. Check the fasteners. Make sure all fasteners
are tight.
4. Follow the Maintenance section to keep the
unit in good operating condition.
3. Make sure the blade rotation control is in the
DISENGAGE position.
WARNING: Before you make an inspection, adjustment, or repair to
the unit, disconnect the wire to the
spark plug. Remove the wire from the
spark plug to prevent the engine from
starting by accident.
4. Move the throttle control completely forward
to the CHOKE or FAST position. Some models have a separate choke knob. Pull the
choke knob to the full CHOKE position.
NOTE: Torque is measured in metric N−m
(foot pounds). This measurement describes
how tight a nut or bolt must be. The torque is
measured with a torque wrench.
2. Move the shift lever to the neutral (N) position.
5. Turn the ignition key to the START position.
NOTE: If the engine does not start after
four or five tries, move the throttle control
to the FAST position. Again try to start the
engine. If the engine will not start, see the
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How To Remove The Connector Tube
For good bagging performance, the connector
tube must be clean and free from grass and
debris. Remove and clean the connector tube
as follows.
To Remove
1. Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position.
2. Move the shift lever to the neutral (N) position.
3. Engage the parking brake.
4. Stop the engine.
5. Move the lift lever to the middle cutting position.
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5. Check the blade (1) and the blade adapter
(5) according to the instructions for “Inspect
Blade”. Check the air assist fan (8) for damage. Replace badly worn or damaged parts
with original equipment parts. See an authorized service centre in your area.
6. Clean the top and bottom of the mower housing. Clean the air assist fan (8). Remove all
the grass and debris.
6. (Figure 15 and Figure 16) Disconnect the
rubber strap (1) from the latch pin (2) on
the connector tube (3).
7. Assemble the blade (1) and air assist fan
(8) with fasteners (9) and (10). Tighten the
bolt (9) that holds the blade (1) to a torque
of 6,8 N−m (5 foot pounds).
7. (Figure 17) Hold the handles (4). Remove
the grass bag (5).
8. Mount the blade (1) and blade adapter (5)
on the mandrel (6).
8. (Figure 18) Pull the connector tube (3)
through hole in rear plate (6).
9. Mount the blade (1) so that the hi−lift edges
(7) are up. If the blade is upside down, the
blade will not cut correctly and can cause an
accident.
9. Clean the connector tube (3) with soap and
water.
To Install
1. (Figure 16 and Figure 18) Slide the flange
(7) end of the connector tube (3) through
hole in rear plate (6).
2. (Figure 16) Slide the flange (7) end of the
connector tube (3) over the extension tube
(8).
3. (Figure 15 and Figure 16) Attach the
rubber strap (1) to the latch pin (2) on the
connector tube (3).
4. Install the grass bag.
Inspect Blade (Figure 19)
WARNING: Before you inspect or
remove the blade, disconnect the
wire to the spark plug. If the blade
hits an object, stop the engine. Check the
unit for damage. The blade has sharp
edges. When you hold the blade, use
gloves or cloth material to protect your
hands.
If you keep the blade (1) sharp and inspect the
blade for damage, the blade will cut better and
be more safe to operate. Frequently check the
blade for excessive wear, cracks, or other
damage. Frequently check the nut (3) that holds
the blade (1). Keep the nut (3) tight. If the blade
hits an object, stop the engine. Disconnect the
wire to the spark plug. See if the blade is bent or
damaged. Check the blade adapter (5) for
damage. Before you operate the unit, replace
damaged parts with original equipment parts.
See the authorized service centre in your area.
Every three years, have an authorized service
person inspect the blade or replace the old
blade with an original equipment part.
How To Remove And Install The Blade
(Figure 19)
1. Remove the mower housing. See the instructions on “How To Remove The Mower Housing”.
2. Use a piece of wood to keep the blade from
rotating.
3. Remove the nut (3) that holds the blade (1).
4. To remove the blade (1) from the air assist
fan (8), remove fasteners (9) and (10).
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10. Fasten the blade (1) with the original
washers and nut (3). Make sure the outside
rim of the Belleville washer (2) is against
the blade (1).
WARNING: Always keep the nut (3)
tight that holds the blade (1). A
loose nut or blade can cause an
accident.
11. Tighten the nut (3) that holds the blade (1) to
a torque of 41,5 N−m (30 foot pounds) .
12. Install the mower housing. See “How To Remove The Mower Housing”.
How To Adjust The Blade Rotation
Control
WARNING: To prevent an injury, the
blade rotation control must operate
correctly.
In normal usage, the blade rotation control will
not require an adjustment. However, if the
cutting performance decreases or the quality of
cut is poor, make the following changes.
1. When you mow, make sure the throttle control in in the FAST position.
2. (Figure 20) Move the blade rotation control
to the DISENGAGE position (1).
3. Stop the engine. Disconnect the wire from
the spark plug.
4. Check the blade(s). Keep a sharp edge on
the blade(s). A blade that is not sharp will
cause the tips of the grass to become brown.
5. (Figure 21) Disconnect the blade drive
spring (2) from the blade control rod (1).
Move the blade drive spring (2) to the
middle hole (4). This will increase the tension
on the mower drive belt.
6. Attach the wire to the spark plug. Mow for a
short distance and again check the quality of
cut. If necessary, move the blade drive
spring (2) to the bottom hole (5)
7. Again check the quality of cut. If the quality of
cut has not improved, replace the mower
drive belt. See “How To Replace The Mower
Drive Belt”. If replacing the belt does not correct the problem, take the unit to an authorized service centre.
8. Move the blade rotation control to the DISENGAGE position. Stop the engine.
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9. (Figure 22) Check the operation of the blade
brake. Rotate the mandrel pulley (5) with
your hand. Make sure the brake pad (7) is
pressed tightly against the mandrel pulley
(5).
WARNING: If the brake pad (7) does
not press tightly against the mandrel pulley (5), take the unit to an
authorized service centre.
10. (Figure 20) Move the blade rotation control
to the ENGAGE position (2).
11. (Figure 22) Check the pad for the blade
brake (7). If the pad is excessively worn or
damaged, replace the brake pad assembly.
Correct replacement parts and assistance
are available from an authorized service
centre.
12. Attach the wire to the spark plug. Mow for a
short distance and again check the operation
of the blade rotation control.
13. When you move the blade rotation control to
the DISENGAGE position, all movement will
stop within five seconds. If there is movement of the belt or the blade(s) continue to
rotate, engage and disengage the blade rotation control five times to remove any excess
rubber from a new mower drive belt. If you
need assistance, take the unit to an authorized service centre.
14. (Figure 21) If you replace the mower drive
belt, move the blade drive spring (2) to the
top hole (3).
How To Adjust The Shift Lever
(Figure 30)
If the NEUTRAL position on the shift lever does
not match neutral on the gearbox, adjust the
shift lever as follows.
1. Stop the engine.
2. Disconnect the adjuster nut (2) from the
shifter bracket (3).
3. Make sure the shift lever is in the NEUTRAL
position.
4. Push the unit forward. Make sure the gearbox is in neutral.
5. To align the adjuster nut (2) with the hole in
the shifter bracket (3), turn the adjuster nut
(2).
6. Connect the adjuster nut (2) to the shifter
bracket (3).
7. Make sure the NEUTRAL position on the
shift lever matches neutral on the gearbox.
How To Check And Adjust The Clutch
(Figure 23)
If the motion drive belt is loose, the clutch will
slip when: going up a hill, pulling a heavy load,
or the unit will not move forward. Adjust the
clutch as follows.
WARNING: Before you make an inspection, adjustment, or repair to
the unit, disconnect the wire to the
spark plug. Remove the wire from the
spark plug to prevent the engine from
starting by accident.
1. Check the routing of the motion drive belt.
Make sure the belt is installed correctly and
is inside all the belt guides.
2. Remove the cotter pin (1), washer (2), and
brake spring (3) from the adjustable nut
(4).
3. Disconnect the adjustable nut (4) from the
brake lever assembly (5) and the parking
brake latch (6).
4. Align the hole in the brake lever (5) with the
hole in the frame. Hold the brake lever (5) in
place with a 6 mm pin or bolt (7).
5. Pull the clutch rod forward until tight. Turn the
adjustable nut (4) until the nut will fit through
the hole in the brake lever (5).
6. Assemble the adjustable nut (4) to the
parking brake latch (6), brake lever (5) and
brake spring (3). Fasten with the washer (2)
and cotter pin (1).
7. Remove the 6 mm pin or bolt (7).
8. If the belt still slips after the clutch has been
adjusted, then the motion drive belt is worn
or damaged and must be replaced. See
“How To Replace The Motion Drive Belt”.
How To Check And Adjust The Drive
Brake (Figure 24)
Completely push the clutch/brake pedal forward.
Set the parking brake. Move the shift lever to the
neutral (N) position. Push the unit. If the rear
wheels rotate, adjust or replace the brake pads.
Adjust the drive brake (1) as follows.
1. The location of the drive brake (1) is on the
right side of the gearbox (3).
2. Make sure the parking brake is set and the
shift lever is in neutral (N). Turn the hex nut
(2) in a clockwise direction until the rear
wheels do not turn when the unit is pushed
forward.
3. Release the parking brake and push the unit.
If the unit does not roll, turn the hex nut (2)
in a counter−clockwise direction until the unit
rolls.
4. Set the parking brake. Push the unit. If the
rear wheels do not turn, the drive brake (1)
is correctly adjusted. Release the parking
brake.
WARNING: If you cannot correctly
adjust the drive brake, replace the
brake pads. Correct replacement
parts and assistance are available from an
authorized service centre.
How To Remove The Battery (Figure 4)
To charge or clean the battery (1), remove the
battery (1) from the unit as follows.
WARNING: To prevent sparks, disconnect the black battery cable (8)
from the negative (−) terminal before you disconnect the red cable (5).
WARNING: The battery contains
sulphuric acid which is harmful to
the skin, eyes and clothing. If the
acid gets on the body or clothing, wash
with water.
1. Disconnect the black cable (8) from the
negative (−) terminal.
2. Disconnect the red cable (5) from the positive (+) terminal (4).
3. Lift the battery tray (3) and the battery (1)
out of the unit.
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How To Charge The Battery (Figure 4)
WARNING: When you charge the
battery, do not smoke. Keep the
battery away from any sparks. The
fumes from the battery acid can cause an
explosion.
1. Before you charge the battery (1), remove
the battery (1).
2. To charge the battery (1), use a 12 volt battery charger. Charge at a rate of 6 amperes
for 1 hour.
3. Install the battery (1).
WARNING: To prevent sparks,
fasten the red cable to the positive
(+) terminal before you connect the
black cable.
4. Fasten the red cable (5) to the positive (+)
terminal (4) with the fasteners as shown.
5. Fasten the black cable (8) to the negative
(−) terminal with the fasteners as shown.
How To Level The Mower Housing
(Figure 25 and Figure 26)
If the mower housing is level, the blade will cut
easier and the lawn will look better.
WARNING: Before you make an inspection, adjustment, or repair to
the unit, disconnect the wire to the
spark plug. Remove the spark plug wire to
prevent the engine from starting by accident
1. Make sure the unit is on a hard flat surface.
2. Check the air pressure in the tyres. If the air
pressure is incorrect, the mower housing will
not cut level. The correct air pressure is
shown on the side of the tyres.
3. (Figure 25) Move the lift lever (1) to the
lowest position (2).
WARNING: The lift lever (3) is
spring loaded. Make sure the lift
lever (1) is locked in the lowest
position (2).
4. (Figure 26) Loosen the left and right adjuster knobs (1). Push down on each side of
the mower housing. Make sure both sides of
the mower housing are setting on a flat surface. Also, make sure the lift links (2) are
loose and can easily move up or down.
5. Push down on the adjuster knobs (1) and
the lift links (2). Tighten the left and right
adjuster knobs (1). Make sure the adjuster
knobs (1) are tight. If necessary, use a
wrench to tighten the adjuster knobs (1).
Tighten to a torque of 13,5 N−m.
6. (Figure 25) Raise the lift lever (1).
7. Mow for a short distance. If the height of cut
is not level, repeat the above steps.
Where To Lubricate (Figure 27)
Models with grease fittings:
Lubricate with grease gun.
Apply grease with a brush to
the areas shown.
Lubricate the areas shown
with engine oil.
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NOTE: Apply grease to the steering gear assembly.
CAUTION: If the unit is operated in dry areas
that have sand, use a dry graphite spray to
lubricate the unit.
Check The Tyres
Check the air pressure in the tyres. Tyres with
too much air pressure will cause the unit to ride
rough. Also, the wrong air pressure will keep the
mower housing from cutting level. The correct
air pressure is shown on the side of the tyres.
How To Replace The Motion Drive Belt
1. Remove the mower housing. See the instructions on “How To Remove The Mower Housing”.
2. Completely push the pedal forward and engage the parking brake.
3. (Figure 28) Remove the idler pulley (1).
4. (Figure 29) To access the belt guides (1),
remove the battery and battery tray. See
“How To Remove The Battery”.
5. Loosen the belt guides (1) at the drive
pulley (2).
6. (Figure 28) Remove the motion drive belt
(3) from the drive pulley (4).
7. (Figure 30) Remove the adjuster nut (2)
from the shifter bracket (3). Pull the motion
drive belt over the shifter bracket (3).
8. (Figure 31) To remove the motion drive belt
(1) from the stack pulley (2), pull the front
end of the belt under the stack pulley (2)
and then back between the stack pulley and
the steering plate (3).
9. (Figure 32) Remove the access panel (1).
10. Remove the two screws (4) that attach the
steering shaft assembly (2). Raise the
steering wheel and steering shaft assembly
(2). Pull the motion drive belt (3) under the
steering shaft assembly (2).
11. Remove the motion drive belt. A correct replacement part or assistance is available
from an Authorized Service Centre in your
area.
12. To install the motion drive belt, reverse the
above steps.
13. (Figure 33) Check the routing of the motion
drive belt (1). Make sure the motion drive
belt is installed correctly on the idler pulley
(2). Make sure the steering shaft assembly
(3) is inside the motion drive belt (1).
How To Replace The Mower Drive Belt
(Figure 22)
1. Remove the mower housing. See the instructions on “How To Remove The Mower Housing”.
2. Pull the belt retainer (1) away from the idler
pulley (2) and remove the mower drive belt
(3).
3. Pull the belt guide (4) and the brake assembly (7) away from the mandrel pulley
(5) and remove the mower drive belt (3). A
correct replacement part or assistance is
available from an Authorized Service Centre
in your area.
4. To install the mower drive belt, reverse the
above steps.
5. Before you mow, check the blade rotation
control. See the instructions on “How to Adjust The Blade Rotation Control”.
How To Remove The Mower Housing
(Figure 36)
1. Move the blade rotation control (1) to the
DISENGAGE position.
2. Move the lift lever (2) to the lowest position.
WARNING: The lift lever (2) is
spring loaded. Make sure the lift
lever (2) is locked in the lowest
position.
3. Remove the hair pins and the washers from
the adjuster arms (3). See illustrations “C”
and “D”.
4. Remove the hair pins and washers from the
suspension links (4). See illustrations “A”
and “B”.
5. Disconnect the extension spring (5) from
the blade control rod (6). See illustration
“E”.
6. Disconnect the front hanger (9) from the
axle support. See illustration “F”.
7. Remove the mower drive belt (7) from the
stack pulley (8). See illustration “G”.
8. (Figure 16) Disconnect the rubber strap (1)
from the connector tube (3). Slide the connector tube (3) off the extension tube (8).
9. Pull the mower housing away from the right
side of the unit.
10. To install the mower housing, reverse the
above steps.
How To Order Replacement Parts
The replacement parts are shown either on the
back pages of this Instruction Book or in a
separate Parts List Book.
Use only manufacturer’s authorized or approved
replacement parts. The letter placed on the end
of the part number denotes the type of finish for
the part, C for chrome, Z for zinc, a PA for
purchased assembly. It is important that you
include this when ordering a part. Do not use
attachments or accessories not specifically
recommended for this unit. In order to obtain
proper replacement parts you must supply the
model number of your mower (see nameplate).
Replacement parts are available from your local
Hayter authorised dealer.
If you are unable to obtain parts or service in the
manner outlined above, then contact:
HAYTER LIMITED, Service Department,
Spellbrook, Bishop’s Stortford, Hertfordshire
CM23 4BU.
When ordering the following information is
required:
(1) The Model Number
(2) Serial Number
(3) Part Number
(4) Quantity
How To Replace The Fuse
If the fuse is blown, the engine will not start.
Remove the fuse and replace with a 15 amp.
automotive fuse.
Storage (over 30 days)
At the end of each year, prepare the unit for
storage as follows.
1. Drain the fuel from the carburettor and the
fuel tank. Change the engine oil. See the engine manufacturer’s instructions.
2. Clean the unit.
3. Charge the battery. See “How To Charge The
Battery”.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART
PROBLEM: The engine will not start.
1. Follow the steps, “How To Start The Engine”
in this book.
2. Electric−Start Models: Clean the battery terminals. Tighten the cables.
3. Check for a loose wire. Tighten the limit
switches. (See the wiring diagram.)
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3. Clean the air filter.
4. Replace the fuel filter.
7. Clean the extension tube and the connector
tube (applies only to model with rear discharge grass bag).
PROBLEM: The engine stops when the
blades are engaged.
PROBLEM: The mower housing does
not cut level.
1. Check the wiring harness for damage or a
loose connection. Repair the damaged wire.
2. Grass bag must be installed (applies only to
model with rear discharge grass bag).
1. Check the air pressure in the tyres.
2. Adjust the level of the mower housing.
3. Check the front axle. If the front axle does
not freely pivot, loosen the axle bolt(s).
PROBLEM: On slopes, the engine
stops.
PROBLEM: The mower blades will not
rotate.
1. Mow up and down slopes. Never mow
across a slope.
1. Check the mower drive belt. Make sure the
belt is installed correctly.
2. Replace the mower drive belt.
4. Drain the fuel tank. Clean the fuel line. Replace the fuel filter.
5. Remove the spark plug(s). Move the throttle
to the SLOW position. Turn the ignition key to
the ON position. Try to start the engine several times. Install the spark plug.
6. Replace the spark plug.
7. Adjust the carburettor.
PROBLEM: The engine will not idle.
PROBLEM: The engine will not turn
over.
1. Follow the steps, “How To Start The Engine”
in this book.
2. Electric−Start Models: Charge the battery.
3. Replace the fuse.
4. Check the wiring harness for damage or a
loose connection. Repair the damaged wire.
5. Electric−Start Models: replace the solenoid.
Recoil−Start Models: replace the module.
PROBLEM: The engine is difficult to
start.
1. Adjust the carburettor.
2. Replace the spark plug.
3. Replace the fuel filter.
1. Replace the spark plug.
2. Clean the air filter.
3. Adjust the carburettor.
4. Adjust the throttle control.
5. Drain the fuel tank. Clean the fuel line. Replace the fuel filter.
PROBLEM: A hot engine causes a decrease in power.
1. Clean the air screen.
3. Adjust the carburettor.
4. Replace the fuel filter.
PROBLEM: Excessive vibration.
PROBLEM: The engine does not run
smooth or has a loss of power.
2. Check for loose engine bolts.
1. Check the oil.
2. Clean the air filter.
3. Clean the air screen.
4. Adjust the carburettor.
3. Decrease the air pressure in the tyres.
5. Check for a damaged belt or damaged
pulley. Replace the damaged parts.
PROBLEM: The grass does not discharge correctly.
1. Stop the engine. Clean the mower housing.
2. Raise the height of cut.
3. Replace or sharpen the blade(s).
PROBLEM: The engine does not run
smooth at fast speed.
4. Move the shift lever to a slower speed.
1. Replace the spark plug.
5. Move the throttle control to the FAST position.
2. Adjust the throttle control.
6. Replace the spring for the blade idler.
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1. Check the motion drive belt. Make sure the
belt is installed correctly.
2. Adjust the clutch.
3. Replace the motion drive belt.
PROBLEM: The unit moves slower or
stops when the clutch is engaged.
1. Adjust the clutch.
2. Replace the motion drive belt.
2. Check the oil.
1. Replace the blade.
4. Replace the spark plug.
5. The engine is working too hard. Use a lower
gear.
6. Adjust the carburettor.
7. Replace the fuel filter.
PROBLEM: The unit will not move when
the clutch is engaged.
19
PROBLEM: When the clutch/brake
pedal is released, belt noise can be
heard.
1. Temporary belt noise does not change the
operation of the unit. If belt noise is continuous, check the routing of the belt. Make sure
the belt is inside all belt guides.
2. If the noise is continuous, adjust the clutch.
PROBLEM: The rear wheels spin over
uneven terrain.
1. Check the front axle. If the front axle does
not freely pivot, loosen the axle bolt(s).
PROBLEM: The transaxle is difficult to
shift between gears with the engine running and the clutch depressed.
1. Check the clutch adjustment to make sure
the belt stops when the clutch pedal is depressed with the transaxle in (N) neutral.
2. Check the belt guides around the transaxle
drive pulley. Make sure the belt guides do not
touch the pulley.
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
CHASSIS & HOOD
13
11
14
15
16
2
8
10
1
7
12
2
70
9
3
4
6
5
17
57
58
25
71
18
31
28
27
22
21
50
20
29
23
30
73
58
19
24
74
55
32
16
72
59 33
16
31
34
47
35
53
16
26
46
51
37
31
16
48
45
36
44
38
16
49
42
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16
16
43
20
41
40
39
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
CHASSIS & HOOD
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
1
MU1001028
Seat
2
MU028x23
3
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
33
MU1001491
Bearing, Steering
Cap, Push 0n
34
MU1001584E701
Dash
MU094057
Spring
35
MU26x201
Screw
4
MU26x229
Screw
36
MU093007E701
Panel, Access
5
MU1001054
Bolt, Wing
37
MU095318E701
Support, Dash
6
MU017x47
Washer
38
MU1001270E701
Bracket, Rear Hanger
7
MU009x56
Bolt, Shoulder
39
MU094085E701
Support, Left Grille
8
MU094154E701
Support, Seat
40
MU094007E701
Axle, Hanger
9
MU094156Z
Rod, Pivot
41
MU094084E701
Support, Right Grille
10
MU1001648E701
Bracket, Pivot
42
MU009x58
Bolt, Shoulder
11
MU001x45
Bolt
43
MU1001928E701
Frame, Right
12
MU015x89
Nut
44
MU1001927E701
Frame, Left
13
MU009x55
Bolt, Shoulder
45
MU690424
Container, Battery
14
MU094155Z
Washer
46
MU1001002E701
Plate, Hitch
15
MU164x31
Spring
47
MU690434E701
Panel, Rear
16
MU26x249
Screw
48
MU690482E701
Support, Battery
17
MU26x263
Screw
49
MU26x277
Screw
18
MU164x30
Spring
50
MU015x81
Nut
19
MU1001987E701
Deck, Seat
51
MU15x124
Nut
20
MU15x123
Nut
53
MU1001540
Insert, Grille
21
MU094151E701
Plate, Index
55
MU0193x1
Fastener, Panel
22
MU009x49
Screw
57
MU1001652
Trim, Hood (3.75”)
23
MU1001582
Mat, Left
58
MU1001653
Trim, Hood (6.5”)
24
MU1001578
Mat, Right
59
MU1001755
Grommet, Parking Brake
25
MU1001538E701
Hood
70
MU1001542
Holder, Cup
26
MU1001531E701
Grille
71
131006
Decal, Left Hood
27
MU1001546
Lens, Left
72
131007
Decal, Right Hood
28
MU1001544
Housing, Left Headlamp
73
MU48x4032
Decal, Warning
29
MU1001545
Lens, Right
74
MU48x5451
Decal, Shifter
30
MU1001543
Housing, Right Headlamp
−−
MU1001865
Bag, Parts (see Figure 39)
31
MU26x270
Screw
−−
MU276835MA
Instruction Book & Parts List
32
MU26x238
Screw
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21
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
MOTION DRIVE
1
2
3
7
4
9
19
17
54
20
5
34
21
15
60
13
11
10
12
16
6
55
54
6
8
14
22
5
5
18
23
25
24
27
26
56
43
57
44
61
8
40
28
40
17
39
41
29
38
30
37
45
50
17
35
33
58
42
46
31
36
59
37
47
53
49
48
52
276835MA
51
22
32
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
MOTION DRIVE
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
1
MU009x39
Bolt, Shoulder
2
MU015x89
3
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
32
MU0031x6
Pin, Hair
Nut, Hex
33
MU017x38
Washer
MU690173Z
Arm, Idler
34
MU690369
Spacer
4
MU094041Z
Rod, Clutch
35
MU06x105
Bolt
5
MU015x79
Nut
36
−−− ** −−−
Transaxle, Peerless
6
MU17x102
Washer
37
MU015x88
Nut
7
MU092697
Grip
38
MU020697
Key, Woodruff
8
MU030x20
Pin, Cotter
39
MU01x155
Bolt
9
MU094043Z
Lever, Shift
40
MU094008E701
Bracket, Transaxle
10
MU017x47Z
Washer
41
MU690409
Pulley
11
MU094044Z
Link, Shift
42
MU094433E701
Bracket, Transaxle Support
12
MU021920Z
Nut, Adjuster
43
MU0011x7
Ring, Snap
13
MU091079
Grip
44
MU095094
Pulley, Drive
14
MU1001245Z
Rod, Parking Brake
45
MU021553
Key, Square
15
MU094815Z
Nut, Adjuster
46
MU17x160
Washer
16
MU1001303Z
Bracket, Shift Pivot
47
MU690554Z
Spacer, Transaxle
17
MU26x249
Screw
48
MU024373
Stem, Valve
18
MU015x84
Nut
49
19
MU094042Z
Mount, Stud Spring
−−
MU407049
Tube
20
MU009x54
Bolt, Shoulder
50
MU690376−601
Wheel & Tire Assembly
21
MU165x116
Spring, Extension
51
MU17x195
Washer
22
MU1001978E701
Bracket, Right Shifter
52
MU0011x3
E−Ring
23
MU1001928E701
Frame, Right
53
MU094618
Hub Cap
24
MU002x53
Bolt, Carriage
54
MU093349
Guide, Belt
25
MU1001927E701
Frame, Left
55
MU0031x4
Pin, Hair
26
MU094045Z
Latch, Parking Brake
56
MU165x141
Spring, Extension
27
MU021544
Pedal
57
MU165x92
Spring, Extension
28
MU94038E701
Lever, Brake/Clutch
58
MU26x216
Screw
29
MU015x98
Nut
59
MU17x148
Washer
30
MU037x87
Belt, Motion Drive
60
MU26x267
Screw
31
MU094031Z
Yoke, Shift
61
MU17x169
Washer
Tire *
*
When you order a tire, make sure to give the brand name of the tire so that the tread pattern on the tire will match.
**
For information on Replacement Parts for this transaxle contact the manufacturer.
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CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
STEERING
3
40
2
41
1
30
13
42
6
39
30
17
30
4
5
18
6
14
30
37
20
12
7
15
30
8
19
9
30
16
10
20
11
26
21
22
25
27
33
34
23
25
31
28
24
25
29
31
22
24
19
23
32
38
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36
25
35
24
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
STEERING
Key
No.
*
Part No.
Description
1
MU095185
Wheel, Steering
2
MU690625
3
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
23
MU17x104
Washer
Post, Steering
24
MU017x53Z
Washer
MU711326
Insert, Steering Wheel
25
MU015x84
Nut, Flange
4
MU094124
Bearing, Lower
26
MU690210E701
Axle Assembly
5
MU15x111
Nut, Flange
27
MU095329E701
Drag Link, Left
6
MU009x57
Bolt, Shoulder
28
MU1001298E701
Spindle Assembly, Right
7
MU1001893
Gear, Pinion
29
MU095328E701
Drag Link, Right
8
MU011x25
Ring, Snap
30
MU26x249
Screw
9
MU094121
Gear, Sector
31
MU091334
Bearing, Wheel
10
MU094123
Bearing
32
MU024373
Stem, Valve
11
MU001x84
Bolt
33
12
MU1001121E701
Plate, Steering
−−
MU407046
Tube
13
MU094006E701
Plate, Engine
34
MU690377−601
Wheel and Tire Assembly
14
MU015x88
Nut, Flange
35
MU17x195
Washer
15
MU15x118
Nut, Flange
36
MU17x192
Washer
16
MU1001270E701
Bracket, Hanger
37
MU017x83
Washer
17
MU094007E701
Axle, Hanger
38
MU094618
Hub Cap
18
MU01x146
Bolt
39
MU26x267
Screw
19
MU030x49
Pin, Cotter
40
MU092059
Bellows
20
MU690150
Bearing
41
MU0025x3
Bolt
21
MU1001299E701
Spindle Assembly, Left
42
MU17x146
Washer
22
MU01x111
Bolt
Tire *
When you order a tire, make sure to give the brand name of the tire so that the tread pattern on the tire will match.
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CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
MOWER HOUSING SUSPENSION
9
1
10
2
14
15
16
4
15
5
12
3
12
11
11
17
6
13
21
7
24
26
48
23
18
19
25
25
8
24
33
28
24
32
36
29
22
20
24
27
37
34
25
31
30
24
46
38
20
32
25
24
39
39
40
31
49
42
25
47
15
44
50
45
15
41
51
276835MA
26
43
24
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
MOWER HOUSING SUSPENSION
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
1
MU092698
Grip
2
MU094157Z
3
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
26
MU001x74
Bolt, Hex
Handle, PTO
27
MU690386E701
Arm Assembly, Right Lift
MU094022Z
Pad, Switch
28
MU094180E701
Arm, Right Lift
4
MU0025x3
Bolt
29
MU094030E701
Plate, Lift Arm
5
MU092697
Grip
30
MU094067
Pin
6
MU166x40
Spring
31
MU094055E701
Bracket, Rear Suspension
7
MU17x103
Washer
32
MU094065
Bushing, Lift Tube
8
MU690533
Handle, Lift
33
MU009x53
Bolt, Shoulder
9
MU094017Z
Lever, PTO
34
MU094015E701
Bracket, Pivot
10
MU009x39
Bolt, Shoulder
36
MU17x191
Washer
11
MU030x20
Pin, Cotter
37
MU015x84
Nut, Flange
12
MU017x57
Washer
38
MU165x117
Spring
13
MU094004Z
Link, PTO
39
MU015x68
Nut, Flange
14
MU015x84
Nut, Flange
40
MU094005E701
Bracket, PTO
15
MU26x249
Screw
41
MU094026E701
Hanger, Right Deck
16
MU166x39
Spring
42
MU094027E701
Hanger, Left Deck
17
MU094018E701
Bracket, PTO
43
MU094158Z
Rod, Hanger
18
MU165x116
Spring
44
MU690381E701
Hanger, Front
19
MU690394E701
Crank, PTO
45
MU015x89
Nut, Flange
20
MU094053E701
Link, Lift
46
MU030x49
Pin, Cotter
21
MU094028Z
Link, Lift Handle
47
MU690382
Pin, Threaded Shoulder
22
MU15x118
Nut, Flange
48
MU26x49
Screw
23
MU17x57
Washer
49
MU01x106
Bolt, Hex
24
MU0031x4
Pin, Hair
50
MU017x38
Washer
25
MU017x91
Washer
51
MU690370E701
Plate, Weight (4 Required)
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27
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
MOWER HOUSING
3
1
11
12
10
55
35
12
11
10
2
4
2
13
13
26
14
15
15
16
5
6
16
56
24
7
7
22
23
2
18
21
9
18
21
17
8
17
14
2
2
25
31
19
27
19
2 20
22
2
28
30
20
36
22
22
27
27
37
29
32
37
38
33
39
27
34
43
34
18
57
39
22
40
40
46
41
53
44
41
42
52
51
50
49
45
46
46
54
47
276835MA
54
46
48
28
46
47
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
MOWER HOUSING
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
1
MU690432
Pulley
30
MU015x89
Nut, Flange
2
MU015x84
Nut, Flange
31
MU054695
Strap, Rubber
3
MU15x140
Nut
32
MU01x139
Screw
4
MU037x74
Belt, Blade
33
MU690367
Chute
5
MU690387
Pulley, Idler
34
MU015x79
Nut
6
MU094129
Mandrel
35
MU165x118
Spring, PTO
7
MU025x23
Screw
36
MU165x140
Spring, Extension
8
MU092424
Guide, Belt
37
MU015x84
Nut, Flange
9
MU094130
Spacer
38
MU690380E701
Bracket, Front Deck
10
MU094055E701
Bracket, Rear Suspension
39
MU094067
Pin, Threaded Shoulder
11
MU009x52
Bolt, Shoulder
40
MU017x91
Washer
12
MU094068
Knob
41
MU0031x4
Pin, Hair
13
MU017x45
Washer
42
MU1002067E701 Hanger, Front
14
MU009x51
Bolt, Shoulder
43
MU1401275
Housing, Jackshaft
15
MU690379E701
Plate, Suspension
44
MU690359
Fan, Assist
16
MU094137
Pad, Friction
45
MU1001237E701
Housing, Fan
17
MU166x43
Spring
46
MU017x37
Washer
18
MU015x79
Nut, Flange
47
MU001x71
Bolt
19
MU690378E701
Bracket, Rear Deck
48
MU001x106
Bolt
20
MU095194
Pin, Hanger
49
MU15x100
Nut
21
MU094053
Link, Lift
50
MU17x165
Washer
22
MU15x116
Nut
51
MU17x166
Washer, Belleville
23
MU690427E701
Bracket, Idler Arm
52
MU1002068E701
Blade
24
MU1002076
Assembly, Idler Arm & Pad
53
MU092466
Adapter, Blade
25
MU26x249
Screw
54
MU01x121
Bolt
26
MU009x39
Bolt, Shoulder
55
MU015x98
Nut, Flange
27
MU002x64
Bolt, Carriage
56
MU690369
Spacer
28
MU690530E701
Housing, Blade
57
MU1001952E701 Plate, Jackshaft Support
29
MU690399E701
Baffle
276835MA
1−57
29
MU776110
Blade Housing, Complete
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
ENGINE MOUNT
1
2
9
3
4
26
5
6
37
32
25
15
15
34
8
33
15
35
16
10
36
7
22
17
22
19
20
18
21
23
21
30
18
23
24
11
14
13
276835MA
30
12
31
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
ENGINE MOUNT
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
Key
No.
1
MU092317
Fuel Cap **
2
MU690280
3
Part No.
Description
18
MU26x277
Screw
Fuel Tank
19
MU690537E701
Bracket, Muffler Mount
MU095197
Hose Clamp **
20
MU026x214
Screw
4
MU7601033
Fuel Line (Cut to length) **
21
MU094384
Guide, Belt
5
MU095197
Hose Clamp **
22
MU015x79 Z
Nut, Flange
6
MU26x201
Screw
23
MU094066
Guide, Belt
7
MU094006E701
Plate, Engine
24
MU1001620−701
Guard, Heat Shield
8
MU092371
Throttle Control
25
MU1001747
Exhaust Tube, Single
9
−−− * −−−
Engine, Briggs & Stratton
26
MU26x253
Screw
10
MU0025x7
Bolt, Engine Mount
30
MU1001619−701
Shield, Heat
11
MU690439
Stack Pulley Assembly
31
MUMU094654
Muffler
12
MU019x35
Lockwasher
32
MU091309
Gasket
13
MU01x140
Bolt, Hex
33
MU06x103
Screw
14
MU17x170
Washer
34
MU018x15
Washer
15
MU26x249
Screw
35
MU06x104
Bolt, Washer Hex Head
16
MU26x229
Screw
36
MU1001880
Guard, Exhaust Pipe
17
MU690538E701
Bracket, Muffler
37
MU1002080
Valve, Fuel Shut−Off
*
For information on Replacement Parts for this engine contact the manufacturer.
**
These parts are included with Key No. 2
276835MA
31
276835MA
21075
7
32
1001845
12
94159
24x32
13
8
094136
9
10
3
1001575
4
5
11
REAR HARNESS: 250X148
LIGHT HARNESS: 250X92
MAIN HARNESS: 250X126
24x31
94613
6
2
92377
1
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Key
No.
276835MA
Part No.
Description
1
MU250x92
MU1001716
MU090084
Harness, Light Wire
Socket, Light
Bulb, Light
2
MU250x126
Harness, Chassis Wire
3
MU092377
MU020729
MU091489
MU091488
Switch, Ignition
Key, Ignition
Nut, Hex
Cap, Ignition
4
MU1001575
Switch, Limit
5
MU302031
MU407078
Fuse
Holder, Fuse
6
MU1002004
MU26x229
MU15x116
Solenoid
Screw, Mounting
Locknut
7
MU024x32
MU26x229
Cable, Battery Ground
Screw, Ground Cable
8
MU092691
MU002x82
MU014x79
MU690604
Battery
Bolt, Carriage
Wingnut
Boot, Battery −Positive (RED)
9
MU250x148
Harness, Seat Switch Wire
10
MU094159
Switch, Seat Sensor
11
MU024x31
Cable
12
MU1001845
Switch, Bag Sensor
13
MU094136
Switch, Limit
33
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
GRASS BAGGER
6
9
2
6
1
3
8
6
3
4
2
7
5
2
10
11
18
3
4
10
11
5
3
13
14
11
2
19
15
11
12
20
11
11
16
17
20
19
11
22
29
23
24
11
28
30
15
276835MA
34
27
26
CODE 131D
REPAIR PARTS
GRASS BAGGER
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
Key
No.
Part No.
Description
1
MU690404
Tube, Top
15
MU015x89
Nut, Flange
2
MU01x121
Bolt
16
MU17x185
Washer
3
MU15x116
Nut
17
MU690402
Latch, Spring
4
MU690433
Strut, Bag
18
MU690362E701
Pan, Rear
5
MU015x79
Nut, Flange
19
MU002x53
Bolt, Carriage
6
MU0193x2
Fastener, Panel
20
MU690355E701
Bracket, Bagger Mounting
7
MU690491
Seal, Bag (Right End)
22
MU1001000E701 Plate, Hitch
8
MU690492
Seal, Bag (Center)
23
MU1001001E701 Bracket, Lower Mounting
9
MU690493
Seal, Bag (Left End)
24
MU1001002E701 Plate, Hitch
10
MU690356E701
Hinge
26
MU054563
Pin, Latch
11
MU26x249
Screw
27
MU002x39
Bolt, Carriage
12
MU690403
Assembly, Bag Frame
28
MU690368
Tube, Connecting
13
MU690400E701
Bracket, Switch
29
MU690429
Grommet, Extension Tube
14
MU002x82
Bolt, Carriage
30
MU690438
Bag, Grass
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D
NL
EG−Konformitätserklärung
entsprechend
entsprechend
entsprechend
entsprechend
der
der
der
der
Richtlinie
Richtlinie
Richtlinie
Richtlinie
98/37/EG
89/336/EWG
2000/14/EG
2002/88/EG
GB EC Certificate of Conformity
conforming
conforming
conforming
conforming
F
I
E
à la directive 98/37/CE
à la directive 89/336/CEE
à la directive 2000/14/CE
à la directive 2002/88/CE
conforme
conforme
conforme
conforme
alla
alla
alla
alla
Direttiva
Direttiva
Direttiva
Direttiva
98/37/CE
89/336/CEE
2000/14/CE
2002/88/CE
directiva
directiva
directiva
directiva
de
de
de
de
Richtlijn
Richtlijn
Richtlijn
Richtlijn
98/37/EG
89/336/EEG
2000/14/EG
2002/88/EG
EU−konformitetsintyg
överensstämmande
överensstämmande
överensstämmande
överensstämmande
med
med
med
med
direktiv
direktiv
direktiv
direktiv
98/37/EG
89/336/EEG
2000/14/EG
2002/88/EG
EU−konformitetserklæring
direktiv
direktiv
direktiv
direktiv
98/37/EF
89/336/EØS
2000/14/EF
2002/88/EF
DK EU−overensstemmelseserklæring
overholder
overholder
overholder
overholder
direktiv
direktiv
direktiv
direktiv
98/37/EF
89/336/EØF
2000/14/EF
2002/88/EF
SF EY:n vaatimustenmukaisuustodistus
Declaración de Conformidad
la
la
la
la
N
komstig
komstig
komstig
komstig
overholder
overholder
overholder
overholder
Certificato di conformita’ comunitario
según
según
según
según
276835MA
S
to Directive 98/37/EC
to Directive 89/336/EEC
to Directive 2000/14/EC
to Directive 2002/88/EC
Déclaration de conformité pour la CEE
conforme
conforme
conforme
conforme
EG−Conformiteitsverklaring
overeen
overeen
overeen
overeen
naudattaa
naudattaa
naudattaa
naudattaa
98/37/CE
89/336/CEE
2000/14/CE
2002/88/CE
37
direktiiviä
direktiiviä
direktiiviä
direktiiviä
98/37/EY
89/336/ETY
2000/14/EY
2002/88/EY
Wir / We / Nous / Noi / Nosotros / Wij / Nós / Vi / Vi / Vi / Me
erklären in alleiniger Verantwortung, daß das Produkt
declare in sole responsibility, that the product
déclarons sous notre seule responsabilité que le produit
dichiariamo sotto la nostra piena responsabilità che il prodotto
declaramos bajo responsabilidad propia que el producto
verklaren enig in verantwoording, dat het produkt
declaramos com responsabilidade própria que o produto
intygar med ensamansvar att nedanstående produkt
erklærer som eneansvarlig at produktet
erklærer som eneansvarlig, at produktet
ilmoitamme yksin vastaavamme, että tuote
SWISHER, INC.
Warrensburg, MO USA
CODE 131D
(Fabrikat, Typ) (Make, model) (Marque, modèle) (Marca, tipo)
(Marca, modelo) (Fabricant, type) (Marca, modelo) (Fabrikat, typ)
(Fabrikat, type) (Mærke, type) (Merkki, malli)
auf das sich diese Erklärung bezieht, den Anforderungen der Richtlinie 98/37/EG, der Richtlinie 2000/14/EG
(Konformitätsbewertungsverfahren gemäß Anhang VI) Richtlini 2002/88/EC und der Richtlinie 89/336/EWG und aktuellen Ergänzungen
entspricht
to which this certificate applies, conforms to the requirements of Directive 98/37/EC , Directive 2000/14/EC (conformity assessment
procedure according to Annex VI), Directive 2002/88/EC and Directive 89/336/EEC and current amendments
faisant l’objet de la déclaration est conforme aux prescriptions fondamentales stipulées dans la Directive 98/37/CE, la directive
2000/14/CE (procédure d’évaluation de conformité selon l’annexe VI), directive 2002/88/EC la directive 89/336/CEE etleurs
modifications courantes
cui la presente dichiarazione si riferisce, è conforme ai requisiti della Direttiva 98/37/CE, della Direttiva 2000/14/CE (procedura di
valutazione della conformità secondo l’Allegato VI), Direttiva 2002/88/EC e della Direttiva 89/336/CEE e correnti emendamenti
al cual se refiere la presente declaración corresponde a las exigencias de la directiva 98/37/CE, de la directiva 2000/14/CE (los
procedimientos de evaluación de conformidad según el Anexo VI) directiva 2002/88/EC y de la directiva 89/336/CEE y enmiendas
vigentes
waarop deze verklaring betrekking heeft, overeenkomt met eisen van de richtlijn 98/37/EG, de richtlijn 2000/14/EG
(conformiteitsbeoordelingsprocedure volgens bijlage VI), richtlijn 2002/88/EC de richtlijn 89/336/EEG en huidige wijzigingen
ao que se refere esta declaração corresponde às exigências da Directiva 98/37/CE, Directiva 2000/14/CE (em conformidade com o
processo de avaliação, de acordo com o Anexo VI) Directiva 2002/88/EC e Directiva 89/336/CEE e actuais alterações
för vilket detta intyg gäller, uppfyller kraven enligt direktiv 98/37/EG, direktiv 2000/14/EG (procedur för bedömning av överensstämmelse
enligt tillägg VI), direktiv 2002/88/EC, 89/336/EEG samt allmäna tillägg
som denne erklæring vedrører, oppfyller kravene i direktiv 98/37/EF, direktiv 2000/14/EF (konformitetsvurderingsprosedyre i henhold til
anneks VI) direktiv 2002/88/EC og direktiv 89/336/EØS og aktuelle vedlegg
som denne erklæring vedrører, overholder kravene i direktiv 98/37/EF, direktiv 2000/14/EF (konformitetsvurderingsprocedure iflg. Annex
VI) direktiv 2002/88/EC og direktiv 89/336/EØF og ændringer
johon tämä ilmoitus liittyy, vastaa direktiivin 98/37/EY, direktiivin 2000/14/EY (Liitteen VI mukaisten yhdenmukaisuuden arviointitoimien),
direktiivin 2002/88/EC, direktiivin 89/336/ETY ja nykyisten muutosten vaatimuksia
Zursachgerechten Umsetzung der EG−Richtlinien wurde(n) folgende Norm(en) und/oder technische Spezifikation(en) herangezogen:
EN 836/A2:2001, EN 836:1997, BS EN 1033:1996 und/oder BS EN 1032:1997, EN ISO 3744;1995, ISO 11094;1991
To effect correct application of the EEC Directives, the following standards and/or technical specifications were consulted: EN
836/A2:2001, EN 836:1997, BS EN 1033:1996 and/or BS EN 1032:1997, EN ISO 3744;1995, ISO 11094;1991
Pour mettre en pratique les Directives de la CEE, il a été tenu compte de la/des norme(s) et/ou de la/des spécification(s) technique(s)
suivante(s): EN 836/A2:2001, EN 836:1997, BS EN 1033:1996 et/ou BS EN 1032:1997, EN ISO 3744;1995, ISO 11094;1991
Per un’appropriato riscontro della normativa CEE, è (sono) stata(e) consultata(e) la(e) seguente(i) norma(e) e/o specifica(che)
tecnica(che): EN 836/A2:2001, EN 836:1997, BS EN 1033:1996 e/o BS EN 1032:1997, EN ISO 3744;1995, ISO 11094;1991
Con el fin de realizar de forma adecuada las exigencias en las normativas de la CEE (fué(ron) consultada(s) la(s) siguiente(s)
normativa(s) y especificación(es) técnica(s): EN 836/A2:2001, EN 836:1997, BS EN 1033:1996 y/o BS EN 1032:1997, EN ISO
3744;1995, ISO 11094;1991
Om de EG−richtlijnen in juiste vorm om te zetten, is/zijn van volgende norm(en) en/of technische specificatie(s) gebruik gemaakt: EN
836/A2:2001, EN 836:1997, BS EN 1033:1996 en/of BS EN 1032:1997, EN ISO 3744;1995, ISO 11094;1991
Com o fim de realizar de forma apropriada as exigências nas normas da C.E.E. consultou−se a(s) seguinte(s) norma(s) e/ou
especificação(ões) técnica(s): EN 836/A2:2001, EN 836:1997, BS EN 1033:1996 e/ou BS EN 1032:1997, EN ISO 3744;1995, ISO
11094;1991
Följande norm(er) och/eller teknisk(a) specifikation(er) har legat till grund för ett fackmässigt införande av de i EU−normerna: EN
836/A2:2001, EN 836:1997, BS EN 1033:1996 och/eller BS EN 1032:1997, EN ISO 3744;1995, ISO 11094;1991
Følgende normer og/eller tekniske spesifikasjoner er lagt til grunn for gjennomførelse av EU−retningslinjenes: EN 836/A2:2001, EN
836:1997, BS EN 1033:1996 og/eller BS EN 1032:1997, EN ISO 3744;1995, ISO 11094;1991
Til gennemførelse af de EF−direktivet er følgende standard(er) og/eller tekniske specifikation(er) anvendt: EN 836/A2:2001, EN
836:1997, BS EN 1033:1996 og/eller BS EN 1032:1997, EN ISO 3744;1995, ISO 11094;1991
ETY−direktiivien oikean soveltamisen varmistamiseksi on käytetty seuraavia standardeja ja/tai teknisiä erittelyjä: EN 836/A2:2001, EN
836:1997, BS EN 1033:1996 ja/tai BS EN 1032:1997, EN ISO 3744;1995, ISO 11094;1991
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276835MA
Bauart
Category
Categorie
Categoria
Categoría
Categorie
Categoria
Kategori
Kategori
Kategori
Kategoria
RASENTRAKTOR
LAWNMOWER
TONDEUSE A GAZON
TORSAERBA
CORTADORA DE CESPED
GRASMAAIMACHINE
CORTADOR DE GRAMA
GRÄSKLIPPARE
GRESSKLIPPER
GRÆSSLÅMASKINE
RUOHONLEIKKURI
Fabrikmarke / Make / Marque / Marca / Marca / Merk / Marca /Fabriksmärke / Merke /
Mærke / Merkki
HAYTER
Typ / Type / Type / Tipo / Tipo / Model / Tipo / Typ / Type / Type / Tyyppi
12,5 HP / 30
Garantierter Schalleistungspegel
Guaranteed sound power level
Niveau de puissance acoustique garanti
Livello di potenza acustica garantito
Nivel garantizado de potencia acústica
Gewaarborgd niveau van geluidssterkte
Nível de ruído motriz garantido
Garanterad ljudstyrksnivå
Garantert lydnivå
Lydniveau garanti
Taattu äänenvoiman taso
100 dB (A)
Gemessener Schalleistungspegel
Measured sound power level
Niveau de puissance acoustique mesuré
Livello di potenza acustica misurato
Nivel medido de potencia acústica
Gemeten niveau van geluidssterkte
Nível de potencia acústica medido
Uppmätt ljudstyrksnivå
Målt lydnivå
Målt lydniveau
Mitattu äänentehotaso
99 dB (A)
Art der Schneidevorrichtung
Type of cutting device
Genre du dispositif de coupe
Tipo di dispositivo di taglio
Tipo de dispositivo de corte
Soort snijmiddel
Tipo de dispositivo cortante
Typ av skäranordning
Type klipperedskap
Bladtype
Leikkurityyppi
SICHELMESSER
ROTATING BLADE
LAME ROTATIVE
LAMA ROTANTE
CUCHILLA GIRATORIA
ROTEREND BLAD
LÂMINA ROTATIVA
ROTERANDE BLAD
ROTERENDE BLAD
ROTERENDE BLADE
PYÖRIVÄ TERÄ
Schnittbreite / Width of cut / Largeur de coupe / Ampiezza di
taglio / Ancho de corte / Snijbreedte / Extensão do corte / Skärbredd /
Snittbredde / Skærebrede / Leikkuujäljen leveys
76 cm
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Name und Adresse der in der Europäischen Gemeinschaft etablierten benannten Stelle
für Richtlinie 2000/14/EG
Name and address of the notified body established in the European Community for
Directive 2000/14/EC
Nom et adresse de l’organisme notifié établi dans la Communauté européenne pour la
directive 2000/14/CE
Nome e indirizzo dell’organismo notificato stabilito nella Comunità Europea per Direttiva
2000/14/CE
Nombre y dirección del organismo notificado establecido en la Comunidad Europea
para la Directiva 2000/14/CE
TÜV Industrie Service GmbH
TÜV SÜD Gruppe
Westendstrasse 199
D-80686 Müchen
Naam en adres van de aangemelde instantie gevestigd in de Europese Gemeenschap
voor richtlijn 2000/14/EG
Nome e morada do organismo notificado na Comunidade Europeia para Directiva
2000/14/CE
Namn och adress på godkännande organ inom EU för föreskrift 2000/14/EG
Navn og adresse til godkjennende organ innen EU for direktivet 2000/14/EF
Navn og adresse på det bemyndigede organ, som er etableret i De Europæiske
Fællesskaber for direktiv 2000/14/EF
Euroopan yhteisön alueella olevan ilmoitetun laitoksen nimi ja osoite direktiivin
2000/14/EY mukaisesti
Warrensburg, MO USA
General Manager
2005.01.10
YYYY MM DD
(Ort und Datum der Ausstellung)
(Place and date of issue)
(Lieu et date)
(Luogo e data del rilascio)
(Lugar y fecha de expedición)
(Plaats en datum van de verklaring)
(Lugar e data de emissåo)
(Utfärdat ort/datum)
(Sted og datum)
(Sted og dato)
(Ilmoitus annettu paikka ja päiväys)
276835MA
(Name, Funktion und Unterschrift des Befugten)
(Name and job function of authorized person)
(Nom, fonction et signature de la personne autorisée)
(Nome, qualifica e firma dell’incaricato)
(Nombre, función y firma del encargado)
(Naam, functie en handtekening van bevoegd persoon)
(Nome, cargo e assinatura do responsavel)
(Namn, befattning och underskrift av behörig medarbetare)
(Bemyndigtes navn, funksjon og underskrift)
(Bemyndigedes navn, funktion og underskrift)
(Valtuutetun henkilön nimi ja tehtävä)
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