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M46-125WR
M46-140WR
M51-140WR
M51-140WRX
2012-10-19 14:43
KEY TO SYMBOLS
Key to symbols
WARNING! The machine can be a
dangerous tool if used incorrectly or
carelessly, which can cause serious or
fatal injury to the operator or others.
Please read the operator’s manual
carefully and make sure you
understand the instructions before
using the machine.
Always shut off the engine before
refuelling.
Hot surface.
Keep people and animals well away
from the working area.
Explanation of warning levels
Prevent unintentional starting by
removing the ignition cable from the
spark plug.
Watch out for thrown objects and
ricochets.
Warning: rotating cutter. Keep hands
and feet clear.
The warnings are graded in three levels.
WARNING!
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IMPORTANT!
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Warning: rotating parts. Keep hands
and feet clear.
WARNING! Used if there is a risk of
serious injury or death for the operator
or damage to the surroundings if the
instructions in the manual are not
followed.
IMPORTANT! Used if there is a risk of
injury to the operator or damage to the
surroundings if the instructions in the
manual are not followed.
CAUTION!
This product is in accordance with
applicable EC directives.
Noise emission to the environment
according to the European
Community’s Directive. The machine’s
emission is specified in the Technical
data chapter and on the label.
Never use the machine
indoors or in spaces lacking
proper ventilation. Exhaust
fumes contain carbon
monoxide, an odourless,
poisonous and highly
dangerous gas.
Risk of explosion
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CAUTION! Used if there is a risk of damage to materials
or the machine if the instructions in the manual are not
followed.
PRESENTATION
Contents
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Key to symbols .....................................................
Explanation of warning levels ...............................
PRESENTATION
Contents ...............................................................
Dear Customer, ....................................................
WHAT IS WHAT?
What is what on the lawn mower? ........................
MACHINE´S SAFETY EQUIPMENT
General .................................................................
ASSEMBLING AND ADJUSTMENTS
General .................................................................
Handle .................................................................
Cutting height .......................................................
Catcher .................................................................
Mulcher insert .......................................................
Filling with oil ........................................................
FUEL HANDLING
General .................................................................
Fuel ......................................................................
Fueling ..................................................................
Transport and storage ..........................................
OPERATING
Personal protective equipment .............................
General safety precautions ...................................
Basic working techniques .....................................
Transport and storage ..........................................
Starting and stopping ...........................................
MAINTENANCE
General .................................................................
Maintenance schedule .........................................
General inspection ...............................................
Spark plug ............................................................
Adjusting the clutch wire ......................................
Air filter .................................................................
Oil change ............................................................
Fuel system ..........................................................
TECHNICAL DATA
Technical data ......................................................
EC-declaration of conformity ................................
Dear Customer,
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Thank you for choosing a McCulloch product. You are
thereby part of a story that started long ago, when the
McCulloch Corporation started its manufacturing of
engines during World War II. In 1949, when McCulloch
introduced its first light one-man chainsaw, woodworking
would never be the same again.
The line of innovative chainsaws would continue over the
decades, and business was expanded, first by airplane
and kart engines in the 1950s, then by mini chainsaws in
the 1960s. Later, in the 1970s and 80s, trimmers and
blower vacs were added to the range.
Today, as a part of the Husqvarna group, McCulloch
continues the tradition of powerful engines, technical
innovations, and strong designs that have been our
hallmarks for more than half a century. Lowering fuel
consumption, emissions and noise levels are of top
priority to us, as is improving safety and user-friendliness.
We certainly hope that you will be satisfied with your
McCulloch product, as it is designed to be your
companion for a long time. By following this operators
manual’s advice on usage, service, and maintenance, its
lifespan can be extended. If you should need professional
help with repair or service, please use the Service Locator
at www.mcculloch.com.
McCulloch has a policy of continuous product
development and therefore reserves the right to modify
the design and appearance of products without prior
notice.
This manual can also be downloaded at
www.mcculloch.com.
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WHAT IS WHAT?
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What is what on the lawn mower?
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§ brake handle
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Propulsion bar
12 Air filter
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Starter handle
13 Primer diaphragm
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Catcher
14 Cutting cover
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Handle, handle height
15 Water connector
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Cutting height control
16 Cutter
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Dipstick/oil filler
17 Spring washer
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Muffler
18 Cutter bolt
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Spark plug
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10 Refuelling
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MACHINE´S SAFETY EQUIPMENT
General
Muffler
This section describes the machine´s safety equipment,
its purpose, and how checks and maintenance should be
carried out to ensure that it operates correctly.
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WARNING! Never use a machine that has
faulty safety equipment! If your machine
fails any checks contact your service
agent to get it repaired.
The muffler gets very hot during and
after use. This also applies during idling.
Be aware of the fire hazard, especially
when working near flammable
substances and/or vapours.
Prevent unintentional starting by
removing the ignition cable from the
spark plug.
Cutting cover
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The cutting cover is designed to reduce vibration and
to reduce the risk of cuts.
Checking the cutting cover
Make sure the cutting cover is not damaged and that
there are no visible defects such as cracks.
WARNING! Never use a machine without
a muffler, or with a faulty muffler. A
damaged muffler may substantially
increase the noise level and the fire
hazard. Keep fire fighting equipment
handy.
The muffler is designed to keep noise levels to a
minimum and to direct exhaust fumes away from the
user.
Inspecting the muffler
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Check regularly that the muffler is complete and
secured correctly.
Engine brake handle
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The engine brake is designed to stop the engine.
When the grip on the engine brake handle is released
the engine should stop.
Checking the engine brake handle
Apply full throttle and then release the brake handle. The
engine brake should always be adjusted so that the
engine stops within 3 seconds.
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ASSEMBLING AND ADJUSTMENTS
General
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IMPORTANT! Prevent unintentional
starting by removing the ignition cable
from the spark plug.
Catcher
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Fit the catcher bag.
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Attach the hooks in the upper edge of the chassis.
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Fit the bagger bottom in the discharge hole.
Handle
Assembly
Top handle
Place the handlebar’s tubular construction in direct
opposite to the lower part of the handlebar. Tighten the
knobs properly.
Mulcher insert
Settings
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Raise the discharge guard to mount / dismount the
mulch plug.
Handle height
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Loosen the lower knobs.
Hook the spring in the frame.
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Adjust the height. Tighten the knobs properly.
Cutting height
NOTICE! Do not set the cutting height too low as there
is a risk that the cutters might hit ground with
unevenness.
Move the lever to the back for higher cutting height and to
the front for lower cutting height.
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Filling with oil
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The oil tank is empty at delivery. Fill the oil slowly. See
instructions under the heading Maintenance. The
engine oil should be changed the first time after 5
hours running time.
FUEL HANDLING
General
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Fueling
WARNING! Running an engine in a
confined or badly ventilated area can
result in death due to asphyxiation or
carbon monoxide poisoning.
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Use a petrol can at all times to avoid
spillage.
Fuel and fuel fumes are highly
inflammable and can cause serious
injury when inhaled or allowed to come
in contact with the skin. For this reason
observe caution when handling fuel and
make sure there is adequate ventilation.
Clean the area around the fuel cap.
Tighten the fuel cap carefully after
refuelling. Negligence may lead to the
start of a fire.
Do not smoke and do not place any hot
objects in the vicinity of fuel.
Move the machine at least 3 m from the
refuelling point before starting it.
NOTICE! The machine is equipped with a four-stroke
engine. Make sure that there is always sufficient oil in
the oil tank.
Petrol
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Use good quality unleaded or leaded petrol.
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The lowest octane recommended is 90 (RON). If you
run the engine on a lower octane grade than 90 socalled knocking can occur. This gives rise to a high
engine temperature, which can result in serious
engine damage.
Never start the machine:
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If you have spilt fuel or engine oil on the machine.
Wipe off the spill and allow the remaining fuel to
evaporate.
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If you have spilt fuel on yourself or your clothes,
change your clothes. Wash any part of your body that
has come in contact with fuel. Use soap and water.
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If the machine is leaking fuel. Check regularly for
leaks from the fuel cap and fuel lines.
Transport and storage
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Store and transport the machine and fuel so that there
is no risk of any leakage or fumes coming into contact
with sparks or naked flames, for example, from
electrical machinery, electric motors, electrical relays/
switches or boilers.
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When storing and transporting fuel always use
approved containers intended for this purpose.
Use low-emission petrol, also known as alkylate
petrol, if it is available.
Engine oil
NOTICE! Check the oil level before starting the lawn
mower. A too low oil level can cause serious damage to
the engine. See instructions in the section
"Maintenance".
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When refuelling, open the fuel cap slowly
so that any excess pressure is released
gently.
The exhaust fumes from the engine are
hot and may contain sparks which can
start a fire. Never start the machine
indoors or near combustible material!
Fuel
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WARNING! Always stop the engine and
let it cool for a few minutes before
refuelling.
Long-term storage
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When storing the machine for long periods the fuel
tank must be emptied. Contact your local petrol
station to find out where to dispose of excess fuel.
The engine oil should be changed the first time after 5
hours running time. Refer to Technical Data for
recommendations on which oil type to use. Never use
oil intended for two-stroke engines.
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OPERATING
Personal protective equipment
You must use approved personal protective equipment
whenever you use the machine. Personal protective
equipment cannot eliminate the risk of injury but it will
reduce the degree of injury if an accident does happen.
Ask your dealer for help in choosing the right equipment.
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Never allow children or other persons
not trained in the use of the machine to
use or service it.
Always wear:
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Use ear muffs if the noise level exceeds 85 db.
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Sturdy, non-slip boots or shoes.
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Heavy, long pants. Do not wear shorts, sandals or go
barefoot.
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Gloves must be worn when required, for example
when fitting, inspecting or cleaning cutting
attachments.
The machine should not be used by
people with reduced physical or mental
capacities or people who are unsuitable
for health reasons to operate the
machine, without supervision of a
person responsible for their safety.
Never allow anyone else to use the
machine without first ensuring that they
have read and understood the contents
of the operator’s manual.
General safety precautions
This section describes basic safety directions for using
the machine. This information is never a substitute for
professional skills and experience.
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Please read the operator’s manual carefully and make
sure you understand the instructions before using the
machine.
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Keep in mind that the operator is responsible for
accidents or hazards occuring to other people or their
property.
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The machine must be kept clean. Signs and stickers
must be fully legible.
Always use common sense
It is not possible to cover every conceivable situation you
can face. Always exercise care and use your common
sense. If you get into a situation where you feel unsafe,
stop and seek expert advice. Contact your dealer, service
agent or an experienced user. Do not attempt any task
that you feel unsure of!
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WARNING! This machine produces an
electromagnetic field during operation.
This field may under some
circumstances interfere with active or
passive medical implants. To reduce the
risk of serious or fatal injury, we
recommend persons with medical
implants to consult their physician and
the medical implant manufacturer before
operating this machine.
WARNING! The machine can be a
dangerous tool if used incorrectly or
carelessly, which can cause serious or
fatal injury to the operator or others.
Never use the machine if you are
fatigued, while under the influence of
alcohol or drugs, medication or anything
that could affect your vision, alertness,
coordination or judgement.
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WARNING! Unauthorized modifications
and/or accessories may lead to serious
injury or death to the user or others.
Under no circumstances may the design
of the machine be modified without the
permission of the manufacturer.
Do not modify this product or use it if it
appears to have been modified by others.
Never use a machine that is faulty. Carry
out the safety checks, maintenance and
service instructions described in this
manual. Some maintenance and service
measures must be carried out by trained
and qualified specialists. See
instructions under the Maintenance
heading.
Always use genuine accessories.
OPERATING
Work area safety
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The engine should be switched off when moving over
ground that is not to be mowed. For example, gravel
paths, stone, shingle, asphalt, etc.
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Never run with the machine when it is running. You
should always walk with the lawn mower.
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Do not use the machine in bad weather, such as
dense fog, heavy rain, strong wind, intense cold, etc.
Working in bad weather is tiring and can lead to
dangerous conditions, e.g. slippery surfaces.
Shut down the engine before changing the cutting
height. Never make adjustments with the engine
running.
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Observe your surroundings to ensure that nothing can
affect your control of the machine.
Never leave the machine unsupervised with the motor
running. Turn off the motor. Ensure the cutting
attachment has stopped rotating.
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Beware of roots, stones, twigs, pits, ditches etc. Tall
grass can hide obstacles.
If any foreign object is hit or if vibrations occur stop the
machine immediately. Disconnect the HT lead from
the spark plug. Check that the machine is not
damaged. Repair any damage.
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Mowing slopes can be dangerous. Do not use the
lawn mower on very steep slopes. The lawn mower
should not be used on inclines greater than 15
degrees.
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Branches, twigs, stones, etc. should be removed from
the lawn before you start to mow.
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Objects hitting against the cutting attachment could
be thrown and cause damage to people and objects.
Keep people and animals well away.
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On sloping ground you should work along the slope. It
is much easier to work along a slope than it is to work
up and down it.
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Always cut with a sharp blade for optimal results. A
dull blade gives an uneven cut and the grass becomes
yellow on the surface of the cut.
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Never mow more than 1/3 of the length of the grass.
This especially applies during dry periods. Mow first
with the cutting height set high. Then check the result
and lower to an appropriate height. If the grass is
really long, drive slowly and mow twice if necessary.
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Cut in different directions each time in order to avoid
stripes in the lawn.
Be careful when you are approaching hidden corners
and objects that could block your view.
Work safety
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A lawn mower is only designed to mow lawns. All
other use is forbidden.
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Wear personal protective equipment. See instructions
under the ”Personal protective equipment” heading.
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Do not start a lawn mower unless the cutter and all
covers are fitted correctly. Otherwise the cutter could
come loose and cause personal injuries.
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Basic working techniques
Make sure the cutter does not hit foreign objects such
as stones, roots or the like. This can make the cutter
dull and bend the engine shaft. A bent axle gives
imbalance and heavy vibration, which results in a
great risk of the cutter becoming loose.
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The brake handle must never be permanently
anchored in handle when the machine is running.
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Place the lawn mower on firm, flat surface and start it.
Make sure that the cutter cannot come into contact
with the ground or other objects.
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Always place yourself behind the machine. Allow all
the wheels to remain on the ground and keep both
hands on the handle when mowing. Keep your hands
and feet away from the rotating blades.
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Do not tilt the machine when the engine is running.
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Pay particular attention when pulling the machine
towards you during work.
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Never lift up the lawn mower or carry it around when
the engine is running. If you must lift the lawn mower,
first switch off the engine and disconnect the ignition
lead from the spark plug.
Transport and storage
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Secure the equipment during transportation in order
to avoid transport damage and accidents.
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Store the equipment in a lockable area so that it is out
of reach of children and unauthorized persons.
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Store the machine and its equipment in a dry and frost
proof place.
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For transport and storage of fuel, see the section
"Fuel handling".
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OPERATING
Starting and stopping
Before starting
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Drive
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Push the propulsion bar in towards the handle in order
to start the drive.
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Before pulling the machine towards you, disengage
the drive and push the machine forward approx. 10
cm.
WARNING! Please read the operator’s
manual carefully and make sure you
understand the instructions before using
the machine.
Wear personal protective equipment. See
instructions under the ”Personal
protective equipment” heading.
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Keep people and animals well away from the working
area.
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Perform daily maintenance. See instructions in the
section "Maintenance".
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Ensure the ignition lead sits correctly on the spark
plug.
Starting
If the lawn mower is being started for the first time press
on the fuel pump five times. After that you should press on
the fuel pump three times when starting a cold engine.
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The engine brake handle must be held against the
handlebar when the engine is started.
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Position yourself behind the machine.
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Grip the starter handle, slowly pull out the cord with
your right hand until you feel some resistance (the
starter pawls grip). Pull with force to start the engine.
Never twist the starter cord around your hand.
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Stopping
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Stop the engine by releasing the engine brake handle.
MAINTENANCE
General
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WARNING! The user must only carry out
the maintenance and service work
described in this Operator’s Manual.
More extensive work must be carried out
by a service workshop.
Prevent unintentional starting by
removing the ignition cable from the
spark plug.
The life span of the machine can be
reduced and the risk of accidents can
increase if machine maintenance is not
carried out correctly and if service and/or
repairs are not carried out professionally.
If you need further information please
contact your nearest service workshop.
CAUTION! When the machine is tilted, make sure the air
filter always is placed in the highest position.
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Always use genuine accessories.
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Clean the air intake on the starter. Check the starter
and starter cord.
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When cleaning under the cutting hood, turn the
machine with the spark plug upwards. Empty the fuel
tank.
Oil level
The lawn mower should stand on flat ground when you
check the oil level. Check the oil level with the dipstick on
the oil filler cap.
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Remove the oil cap and wipe the dipstick clean.
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Put the dipstick back in. The oil filler cap must be
completely screwed down to give a correct picture of
the oil level.
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If the oil level is low, fill using engine oil up to the upper
level on the dipstick.
Cutting equipment
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Check the cutting attachment for damage or cracks. A
damaged cutting attachment should always be
replaced.
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Always ensure the cutter is well ground and balanced
correctly.
Maintenance schedule
CAUTION! The blades should be balanced after
sharpening. Balancing, replacing or sharpening the
blades should be conducted by a service workshop.
In the maintenance schedule you can see which parts of
your machine that require maintenance, and with which
intervals it should take place. The intervals are calculated
based on daily use of the machine, and may differ
depending on the rate of usage.
Before starting
Weekly
maintenance
General inspection Spark plug
External cleaning
Damaged blades should be replaced when hitting
obstacles that result in a breakdown. Let the service
centre assess whether the blade can be sharpened or
must be replaced.
Monthly
maintenance
Air filter
Replacing the blades
Muffler*
Oil level
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Fuel system
Cutting equipment
Cutting cover and
protective cover*
Adjusting the
clutch wire
WARNING! Always wear heavy-duty
gloves when servicing and maintaining
the cutting equipment. The cutters are
very sharp and cuts can occur very
easily.
Dismantling
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Unscrew the bolt holding the cutter.
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Remove the old blade. Make sure the blade bracket is
free of damage. Also check that the cutter bolt is
undamaged and that the engine shaft is not bent.
Engine brake
handle*
*See instructions in the section "Machine’s safety
equipment".
General inspection
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Check that nuts and screws are tight.
External cleaning
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Brush leaves, grass and the like off of the lawn mower.
Do not use a high pressure washer to clean the
machine.
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Never flush water directly on the engine.
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MAINTENANCE
Assembly
• Make sure the cutter centres correctly on the shaft.
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Roughly adjust the cluch wire by attaching it to the
different brackets on the clutch bar. Then adjust the
wire finely.
Fit the washer and tighten the bolt correctly. The bolt
should be tightened with a torque of 45-60 Nm.
Air filter
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Pull the blade around by hand and make sure it
rotates freely. Test run the machine.
Spark plug
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Remove the air filter cover and take out the filter.
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An air filter that has been in use for a long time cannot
be cleaned completely. The filter must therefore be
replaced with a new one at regular intervals. A
damaged air filter must always be replaced.
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When reassembling, make sure that the filter
completely seals against the filter holder.
Clean the paper filter
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NOTICE! Always use the recommended spark plug
type! Use of the wrong spark plug can damage the
piston/cylinder.
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If the machine is low on power, difficult to start or runs
poorly at idle speed: always check the spark plug first
before taking other steps.
If the spark plug is dirty, clean it and check that the
electrode gap is 0.5 mm. Replace if necessary.
Clean the filter by knocking the filter against a flat
surface. Never use solvent with petroleum, for
example, kerosene, or compressed air to clean the
filter.
Cleaning the foam plastic filter
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Remove the foam plastic filter. Wash the filter well in
tepid soapy water. After cleaning, rinse the filter well
in clean water. Squeeze out and allow the filter to dry.
NOTE! High pressure compressed air can damage
the foam. After cleaning the filter should be oiled using
engine oil. Wipe away excess oil by pressing a clean
cloth against the filter.
Oil change
Adjusting the clutch wire
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Finely adjust the wire using the adjuster screw.
Roughly adjust the cluch wire when the fine
adjustment is not enough.
Extend the wire using the fine adjustment screw.
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Empty the fuel tank.
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Unscrew the oil filler cap.
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Place a suitable vessel to collect the oil in.
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Drain the oil by tipping the engine so that the oil runs
out through the filler pipe. When the machine is tilted,
make sure the air filter always is placed in the highest
position. Ask where you can dispose of surplus
engine oil at your local petrol station.
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Fill with new engine oil of a good quality. See
instructions in the section "Technical data".
Fuel system
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Check that the fuel cap and its seal are not damaged.
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Check the fuel hose. Replace if necessary.
TECHNICAL DATA
Technical data
M46-125W
M46-140WR
M51-140WR
M51-140WRX
Engine
Engine manufacturer
Briggs & Stratton Briggs & Stratton Briggs & Stratton Briggs & Stratton
Cylinder displacement, cm3
125
140
140
140
Speed, rpm
2900
2900
2900
2900
Nominal engine output, kW (see note 1)
1,6
1,9
2,1
2,1
Spark plug
QC12YC
QC12YC
QC12YC
QC12YC
Electrode gap, mm
0,5
0,5
0,5
0,5
Ignition system
Fuel and lubrication system
Fuel tank capacity, litre
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.8
*Engine oil
SAE 30/SAE
10W-30
SAE 30/SAE
10W-30
SAE 30/SAE
10W-30
SAE 30/SAE
10W-30
30
31
32
32
Weight
Machine with empty tanks, kg
Noise emissions (see note 2)
Sound power level, measured dB (A)
94
94
96
96
Sound power level, guaranteed LWA dB (A)
95
95
97
97
80
80
82
82
3,3
3,3
2,9
2,9
Cutting height, mm
30-80
30-80
30-90
30-90
Cutting width, cm
46
46
51
51
Cutter
Combi 46
Combi 46
Combi 51
PX3
Bagger capacity, litre
50
50
60
60
Sound levels (see note 3)
Sound pressure level at the operators ear,
dB(A)
Vibration levels, a hveq (see note 4)
Handle, m/s2
Cutting system
Note 1 The power rating of the engine indicated is the average net output (at specified rpm) of a typical production engine
for the engine model measured to SAE standard J1349/ISO1585. Mass production engines may differ from this value.
Actual power output for the engine installed on the final machine will depend on the operating speed, environmental
conditions and other values.
Note 2: Noise emissions in the environment measured as sound power (LWA) in conformity with EC directive 2000/14/
EC.
Note 3: Noise pressure level according to EN 836. Reported data for noise pressure level has a typical statistical
dispersion (standard deviation) of 1.2 dB(A).
Note 4: Vibration level according to EN 836. Reported data for vibration level has a typical statistical dispersion (standard
deviation) of 0.2 m/s2.
*Use engine oil of quality SF, SG, SH, SJ or higher. See the viscosity chart in the engine manufacturer’s manual and
select the best viscosity based on the expected outside temperature.
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TECHNICAL DATA
EC-declaration of conformity
(Applies to Europe only)
Husqvarna AB, SE-561 82 Huskvarna, Sverige, tel: +46-36-146500, declares under sole responsibility that the lawn
mowers McCulloch M46-125W, M46-140WR, M51-140WR, M51-140WRX from the serial numbers 13XXXXXXX and
onwards comply with the requirements of the COUNCIL’S DIRECTIVE:
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of May 17, 2006 ”relating to machinery” 2006/42/EC
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of December 15, 2004 ”relating to electromagnetic compatibility” 2004/108/EC.
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of May 8, 2000 ”relating to the noise emissions in the environment” 2000/14/EC.
For information relating to noise emissions, see the Technical data chapter.
The following standards have been applied: EN 836, ISO 11094, EN 55012.
Notified body: 0404, SMP Svensk Maskinprovning AB, Fyrisborgsgatan 3, SE-754 50 Uppsala, has issued reports
regarding the assessment of conformity according to annex VI of the COUNCIL’S DIRECTIVE of May 8, 2000 ”relating
to the noise emissions in the environment” 2000/14/EC.
Huskvarna, 2 November 2012
Bengt Ahlund, Development manager
(Authorized representative for Husqvarna AB and responsible for technical documentation.)
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