OPERATORS MANUAL WYZ34FS600V

OPERATORS MANUAL WYZ34FS600V
OPERATORS MANUAL
WYZ34FS600V
WYZ34FS600VCA
CONTENTS
QUICK REFERENCE SHEET ........................................................................................................................... 4
GENERAL INFORMATION ............................................................................................................................... 5
BEFORE OPERATING ..................................................................................................................................... 7
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS ........................................................................................................................... 7
STARTING ENGINE ......................................................................................................................................... 7
STOPPING ENGINE ......................................................................................................................................... 7
SAFETY INTERLOCK SYSTEM ....................................................................................................................... 8
CORRECT TRANSMISSION OPERATION....................................................................................................... 8
MOWING SPEED .............................................................................................................................................. 8
SERVICE LOCATOR CHART ........................................................................................................................... 9
MAINTENANCE INFO .................................................................................................................................... 10
OIL AND FILTER ............................................................................................................................................ 10
TIRE PRESSURE ........................................................................................................................................... 10
LUBRICATION ................................................................................................................................................ 10
BATTERY ....................................................................................................................................................... 10
BELT ADJUSTMENT ...................................................................................................................................... 11
BYPASS VALVE ............................................................................................................................................. 11
DECK HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT....................................................................................................................... 11
DECK LEVELING ADJUSTMENT .................................................................................................................. 12
TRACKING ADJUSTMENT ............................................................................................................................ 12
MOWER BLADES........................................................................................................................................... 12
WIRING SCHEMATIC ..................................................................................................................................... 13
CALIFORNIA EVAPORATIVE EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT ....................................... 14
WORLDLAWN LIMITED WARRANTY ............................................................................................................ 17
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QUICK REFERENCE SHEET
Engine
Kawasaki Electric FS600V-S00
Pulleys
603070
423262
533114
Blades
423029
423014
423173
423210
603035
603055
603056
14” Blade
14” Low Lift Blade
14” Mulch Blade
14” Super Hi-Lift Blade
20” Blade
20” Blade
20” Super Hi-Lift Blade
353111
353112
Blade Drive Belt
Pump Drive Belt
353231
353239
353240
363311
363260
Wheel/Tire Asm
Drive Tire 18-7.50x10
Rim W/Valvestem
Front Caster Complete
Front Tire & Tube 4.10-3.50-4
823351
353101
RH Spindle Pulley
LH Spindle Pulley
Tensioner Pulley-Blade
Drive Belt
Pump Tensioner Pulley
Pump Drive Pulley
Front Caster Bearings
423200
Bearing
423201
Bearing Retainer
Belts
Seat
353244
353245
Seat
Arm Rest Pad
Tires
Spindles
583106
583111
363350
583112
583113
Spindle Asm Complete
Housing
Bearing
Shaft
Bearing Spacer Tube
Transmission
353228
353229
423361
RH 3100 Transaxle (Hydro-Gear Model #ZJ-GMEE-3LLB-1MLX)
LH 3100 Transaxle (Hydro-Gear Model #ZJ-KMEE-3LLC-1MLX)
Filter – 20W50 Motor Oil – Total System Capacity Approx 1.75 QT (1.66L)
Throttle
Choke
Muffler
Wire Harness
Pigtail Harness
Clutch
593043
593044
353193
353132
353180
423285
Electrical Components
423027
Ignition Switch
422150
Starter Relay
583423
Time Delay Module
583351
Relay
523034
Park Brake Switch
593041
Neutral Switch
523031
PTO Switch
353048
Seat Switch Only
5000016a
Seat Switch W/Mount
523283
Hour Meter
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GENERAL INFORMATION
This manual covers the following equipment
models: WYZ34FS600V
WYZ34FS600VCA
Warranty Registration
The Delivery and Warranty Registration form
must be completed and signed to validate your
warranty protection. As the new equipment
owner, you are expected to see that the form is
completed and forwarded to Worldlawn Power
Equipment Inc. at time of delivery.
To the new owner
The purpose of this manual is to assist
owners and operators in maintaining and
operating the Worldlawn Rider mower and
deck. Please read it carefully; information and
instructions furnished can help you achieve
years of dependable service. A separate
Engine Owner’s Manual is included with your
owner’s packet which contains additional
engine information that will not be repeated in
this annual. You are urged to read it before
attempting any operation or repair of the
engine. The Engine Owner’s Manual covers
the engine manufacturer’s warranty.
It is the owner’s responsibility to make certain
that the operator reads and understands this
manual and all decals before operating this
machine. It is also the owner’s responsibility to
make certain that the operator is a qualified
and physically able individual, properly trained
in the operation of this equipment. Local
regulations may restrict the age of the operator.
IMPORTANT: Any unauthorized modification,
alteration, or use of non-approved attachments
voids the warranty and releases Worldlawn
Power Equipment Inc. from any liability arising
from subsequent use of this equipment.
Model and Serial Number
Mower model and serial number are found on
the serial tag, located on the seat frame
directly under the seat plate.
These numbers are required on the Warranty
Registration form. They will also assure you of
the correct service parts when replacement
becomes necessary.
Parts and Service
Use original Encore replacement parts only.
These parts are available through your local
Encore dealer. To obtain prompt, efficient
service, always provide the following
information when ordering parts:
1. Correct part number and description
2. Correct model number
3. Correct serial number
All warranty repair and service must be
handled through an authorized Encore dealer.
Arrangements should be made through your
local service center.
For location of nearest dealer look up our
dealer search on our website:
www.worldlawn.com
Using this manual
General operation, adjustment and
maintenance guidance is outlined for both the
experienced and novice Worldlawn user.
Operating conditions vary considerably and
cannot be addressed individually. Through
experience, however, operators should find no
difficulty in developing good operating skills
suitable to most conditions. Directions used in
this manual, for example RIGHT or LEFT, refer
to directions when seated on the mower facing
forward unless otherwise stated.
Photographs and illustrations used were
current at the time of printing, but subsequent
production changes may cause your machine
to vary slightly in detail. Worldlawn Power
Equipment, Inc. reserves the right to redesign
and change the machine as deemed
necessary, without notification.
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Your mower is only as safe as the operator!
Operator carelessness or error may result
in serious bodily injury. Improper
maintenance of the machine may also
result in injury. Please read and follow
these instructions on Safe Operation and
be certain that anyone using this mower
fully understands and follows these
instructions. Instructions are from ANSI
Standard B71.4-2012
7. Handle gasoline carefully, Use an approved
gasoline container. Fill the fuel tank, to within 1”
from the neck, with good quality unleaded
gasoline.
8. Seat must be occupied and drive levers must
be in the Neutral position and the blade Clutch
must be disengaged before starting engine.
9. Operator must wear proper shoes and clothing,
which may include safety glasses and ear
protection.
1. Familiarize yourself with the controls and know
how to stop the rider and mower deck quickly.
10. Mow only during daylight hours or under very
good artificial light.
11. The safety shield over the Grass Discharge
area must always be bolted in place and in the
DOWN position unless the Grass Catcher is
being used.
2. Inspect your work area carefully. Remove
debris from the area to be cut. Keep all
bystanders away from the mowing area.
12. If a solid object has been hit by the blades stop
the machine and check for damage. Repair or
replace any damaged / broken part prior to
restarting the engine.
3. Avoid contact with moving parts. Keep
hands and feet clear of the mower deck.
13. To avoid burns, DO NOT TOUCH the engine or
muffler immediately after operation or during.
4. Never direct the discharge of material toward
bystanders or allow anyone near the machine
while in operation.
14. Disengage blades when transporting and when
crossing walks and gravel roads.
5. The machine is not intended for high way or
street use. Never carry passengers!
15. DO NOT mow close to drop-offs, deep ditches
or other hazards. DO NOT attempt to mow
slopes greater than 15°, Always mow across
the face of a slope NOT up and down.
6. Never tamper with safety devices or guards. If
a guard or safety device is damaged or
removed, replace it before operating the rider.
16. Reduce speed and exercise extreme caution on
slopes and in sharp turns to prevent tipping or
loss of control. Be especially cautious when
changing direction on slopes.
17. The Encore Rider is NOT designed for towing.
18. Only factory approved Grass Collection
Systems are permitted.
19. Shut off fuel while storing or transporting. Do
Not store fuel near flames or drain indoors.
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BEFORE OPERATING
STARTING ENGINE
Fill engine crankcase as per engine manufacturer’s
manual. ENGINE DOES NOT HAVE OIL IN
CRANKCASE FROM THE FACTORY. Add proper
fuel to fuel tank, open shut-off valve. The battery is
a gel-cell and will not require acid. Before hooking
up the ground wires, make sure that the engine has
been filled to the proper level with oil. If battery will
not turn the engine over after hooking the wires up
it may require a charge for 15 to 20 minutes.
The throttle c control, ignition switch and choke
control are located between the motion control
levers on the front panel under the front of the seat.
Because of a built-in safety interlock system, your
machine will not start unless the seat is occupied.
TO START ENGINE:
1. occupy seat,
2. set park brake,
3. leave the motion control levers swung out,
4. move throttle control lever all the way to choke
position.
5. Turn ignition key to start position to engage
starter
6. Release the key when engine starts.
Ignition switch is spring loaded and will return to run
position automatically.
Slowly return choke to run position once the engine
has started.
ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
1. Remove unit from the crate.
2. Remove seat from packing. Remove the 5/16 x
3/4 bolts and disc spring washers from the seat
plate. Attach seat to the seat plate using these
same bolts and tighten.
3. Plug in the seat switch.
4. Connect the ground wire to the battery using
the bolt on the negative battery post.
5. Remove the 5/16 x 1-1/4 bolts from the top side
of the handle mounts. Rotate the handle to
match up the holes, re-install the bolts and
tighten.
6. Put oil in engine. See the engine Manual for
type and quantity required.
7. Put fuel in fuel tank.
8. Check all tire pressures.
9. Read “Operator’s Manual” before starting unit.
STOPPING ENGINE
TO STOP ENGINE:
Move throttle lever to idle position and turn ignition
key to “off” position. If engine has been working
hard or is hot, allow engine to idle for a short period
of time before turning off key. This practice will
help cool engine before stopping.
IN CASE OF EMERGENTY engine may be
stopped by turning ignition key to “OFF” position.
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SAFETY INTERLOCK SYSTEM
CORRECT TRANSMISSION
OPERATION
Your Worldlawn Rider is equipped with a Safety
Interlock System that is designed to help
prevent possible serious injuries.
Understanding and maintaining this system is
vital, for maximum safe operation
The Worldlawn rider is equipped with a Hydro
Transaxle unit for each wheel and are controlled
with “Motion Control Levers”, one for each wheel.
See Figure 1
To Start Engine
1.
2.
3.
4.
MOWING SPEED
Blades (PTO) must be “OFF”
Control levers in neutral (swung out)
Park Brake “ON”
Operator in seat.
The Worldlawn rider is designed to operate most
efficiently at maximum blade speeds.
The running speed of the machine should allow the
mower blades to maintain this maximum speed
while mowing across turf. Use a slower ground
speed for cutting tall grass, grass which is heavy
with moisture, or when mowing uphill. If ground
speed is too fast, or blade speed is too slow,
mowing will be uneven because mower blades will
not be able to left grass into cutting position as the
mower passes.
The Engine will kill if:
1. The operator leaves the seat with
a. The control levers out of neutral (swung
in)
b. The blades on (PTO)
c. The park brake is “OFF”
d. All the above
2. The park brake is set before the control
levers are in neutral (swung out):
Throttle control regulates speed of engine as
measured in RPM. This control SHOULD NOT be
used to control ground speed.
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SERVICE LOCATOR CHART
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LUBRICATION
MAINTENANCE INFO
The following recommendations on lubrication chart
below should be adhered to. Environmental conditions
may be cause to vary frequency. Grease points are
pointed out in Figure 2.
1. Do not adjust mower or change attachments unless
the engine has been stopped and the key has been
removed.
2. Good maintenance, wiping up gasoline and oil spills,
will reduce potential fire hazards.
3. To insure that the mower will remain in safe
operating condition, check and tighten all bolts, nuts
and screws. Especially make certain the blade
bolt/nuts are always tightened properly.
4. Never adjust governor on engine to a faster speed.
The engine manufacturer adjust the engine RPM to
the proper setting
5. Allow time for the engine to cool down prior to
storing mower. Do not store mower or gasoline near
any open flame or where gasoline fumes may be
ignited.
6. Always replace worn or broken parts with genuine
Encore repair parts purchased from an authorized
Encore dealer. Using anything other than Encore
repair parts may void all Encore factory warranties.
OIL AND FILTER
Please refer to the engine manual for engine lubrication
recommendations. Transaxle is designed with an
external filter and reservoir for ease of maintenance, To
ensure constant fluid levels and longer life, an initial oil &
filter change at 100 hours, then every 400 hours
thereafter is recommended. Use 20w50 engine oil. It
uses approximately 56 fl. oz.
Note:
A. Refer to Supplied Engine Manufacturers Owner’s Manual
for all maintenance and engine manufactures warranty
policy information
BATTERY
The battery is located under the seat of the machine.
The gel-cell battery is maintenance free.
TIRE PRESSURE
This vehicle has been designed to achieve maximum
operator comfort and ride. This cannot be achieved
without proper tire pressure. A low pressure gauge is
required to check the front tires.
Front Tires – 14 PSI
Rear Tires – 18 PSI
For longest service life, battery should be kept clean by
wiping it off with a paper towel. Any corrosion around
battery should be removed by applying a solution of one
part baking soda to four parts water. A light coating of
grease or petroleum jelly may be applied to all exposed
terminal surfaces to prevent corrosion.
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BELT ADJUSTMENT
DECK HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
Remove key from the ignition switch. The blade drive
belt may be accessed by removing belt shields. Spring
tension should be maintained by having
Approximately 1/8” stretch between coils. Turning the
nut on the eyebolt clockwise will decrease tension.
When installing a blade drive belt please refer to figure
3 for routing the blade drive belt. The pump belt
Height of cut positions are drilled at 1/2 inch
increments. To add 1/4 inch to the setting you must
first remove the #4 hairpin cotter, pull pin and rotate
the tab to the vertical position. The foot pedal must be
depressed slightly in order to replace the pin in tab. See
Fig. 5
may be accessed from under the rear chassis. The
pump belt is removed by unhooking the tensioner
spring to provide slack in the belt for removal. When
installing a pump belt please refer to figure 4 for the
routing of the pump belt.
BYPASS VALVE
In some applications, it is desirable to move the machine
for short distances at low speeds without operating
engine. See fig. 6
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MOWER BLADES
DECK LEVELING ADJUSTMENT
Check sharpness of mower blades after every 10
hours or operation. To sharpen blades proceed as
follows:
Before checking the deck level make sure that tire
pressures are at the proper level. Begin by setting
the deck to a fixed position and pointing the blades
to the front edge of the deck.
Measuring from the blade to the ground on each
side of the deck will give the best reading. To
adjust deck position loosen the bolt on the deck
hanger bracket and move bolt in the slot either up
or down depending which way you need to move
the deck. You should
 Block front end of mower up or run front up on
ramps.
 Remove blade by turning bolt counter clockwise.
 Blades should be discarded when worn
excessively. See Sketch
 Sharpen blade with a hand file, electric grinder
or blade sharpener. Wear gloves and eye
protection when sharpening. Grind blade at
original bevel.
 Check balance of blade by positioning the blade
on a nail or blade balance pedestal. Grind the
blade on the end that is heavier until both sides
balance.
 Do not wear
loose fitting
clothing which
could get
caught in
moving parts.
Always be sure
to wear adequate protective clothing. Wearing
safety glasses and safety shoes is advisable.
 Reinstall blades. Refer to Figure 9 for further
information.
Always maintain at least a 1/7 inch of deck pitch
from front to back. Also all four chains must
support the deck equally or must have equal
tension on them.
TRACKING ADJUSTMENT
Before adjusting the
tracking you must be
sure that the tire
pressures are equal. If
the machine will not
track straight on a flat
surface it may be
adjusted by moving the
stop bolt (located by
either control arm)
clockwise to increase
ground speed and
counter clockwise to
decrease ground speed.. Normally only one side is
adjusted to match the ground seed of the other
pump/
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WIRING SCHEMATIC
Worldlawn part #353132
Wire Harness for ED34FS600V
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CALIFORNIA EVAPORATIVE EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT
YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
The California Air Resources Board and Worldlawn Power Equipment is pleased to explain the
evaporative emission control system's warranty on your 2014 model year lawn mower. In California, new
equipment that use small off-road engines must be designed, built, and equipped to meet the State's
stringent anti-smog standards. Worldlawn Power Equipment must warrant the evaporative emission
control system on your lawn mower for the period listed below provided there has been no abuse, neglect
or improper maintenance of your equipment.
Your evaporative emission control system may include parts such as: fuel tanks, fuel lines, fuel caps,
valves, canisters, vapor hoses, clamps, connectors, and other associated components. For engines less
than or equal to 80 cc, only the fuel tank is subject to the evaporative emission control warranty
requirements of this section.
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY COVERAGE:
This evaporative emission control system is warranted for two years. If any evaporative emission-related
part on your equipment is defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by Worldlawn Power Equipment.
OWNER'S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES:
• As the lawn mower owner, you are responsible for performance of the required maintenance listed in
your owner's manual. Worldlawn Power Equipment recommends that you retain all receipts covering
maintenance on your lawn mower, but Worldlawn Power Equipment cannot deny warranty solely for the
lack of receipts.
• As the lawn mower owner, you should however be aware that Worldlawn Power Equipment may deny
you warranty coverage if your fuel tank has failed due to abuse, neglect, or improper maintenance or
unapproved modifications.
• You are responsible for presenting your lawn mower to a Worldlawn Power Equipment distribution
center or service center as soon as the problem exists. The warranty repairs should be completed in a
reasonable amount of time, not to exceed 30 days. If you have a question regarding your warranty
coverage, you should contact Worldlawn Power Equipment service at (402) 228-4255.
DEFECTS WARRANTY REQUIREMENTS:
(a) The warranty period begins on the date the engine or equipment is delivered to an ultimate purchaser.
(b) General Evaporative Emissions Warranty Coverage. The fuel tank must be warranted to the ultimate
purchaser and any subsequent owner that the evaporative emission control system when installed was:
(1) Designed, built, and equipped so as to conform with all applicable regulations; and
(2) Free from defects in materials and workmanship that causes the failure of a warranted part for a
period of two years.
(c) The warranty on evaporative emissions-related parts will be interpreted as follows:
(1) Any warranted part that is not scheduled for replacement as required maintenance in the written
instructions must be warranted for the warranty period defined in subsection (b)-(2). If any such part fails
during the period of warranty coverage, it must be repaired or replaced by Worldlawn Power Equipment.
Any such part repaired or replaced under the warranty must be warranted for a time not less than the
remaining warranty period.
(2) Any warranted part that is scheduled only for regular inspection in the written instructions must
be warranted for the warranty period defined in subsection (b)-(2). A statement in such written instructions
to the effect of "repair or replace as necessary" will, not reduce the period of warranty coverage. Any such
part repaired or replaced under warranty must be warranted for a time not less than the remaining
warranty period.
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(3) Any warranted part that is scheduled for replacement as required maintenance in the written
instructions must be warranted for the period of time prior to the first scheduled replacement point for that
part. If the part fails prior to the first scheduled replacement, the part must be repaired or replaced by
Worldlawn Power Equipment. Any such part repaired or replaced under warranty must be warranted for a
time not less than the remainder of the period prior to the first scheduled replacement point for the part.
(4) Repair or replacement of any warranted part under the warranty provisions of this article' must
be performed at no charge to the owner at a warranty station.
(5) Notwithstanding the provisions of subsection (4) above, warranty services or repairs must be
provided at distribution centers that are franchised to service the subject engines or equipment.
(6) The owner must not be charged for diagnostic labor that leads to the determination that a
warranted part is in fact defective, provided that such diagnostic work is performed at a warranty station.
(7) Throughout the evaporative emission control system's warranty period set out in subsection
(b)(2), Worldlawn Power Equipment must maintain a supply of warranted parts sufficient to meet the
expected demand for such parts.
(8) Manufacturer approved replacement parts must be used in the performance of any warranty
maintenance or repairs and must be provided without charge to the owner. Such use will not reduce the
warranty obligations of the manufacturer issuing the warranty.
(9) The use of any add-on or modified parts will be grounds for disallowing a warranty claim made
in accordance with this article. Worldlawn Power Equipment will not be liable under this Article to warrant
failures of warranted parts caused by the use of an add-on or modified part.
(10) Worldlawn Power Equipment shall provide any documents that describe the warranty
procedures or policies within five working days of request by the Air Resources Board.
EMISSION WARRANTY PARTS LIST:
1) Fuel Tank, 2) Fuel line, 3) Fuel cap, 4) remote vent, 5) Carbon canister
Written instructions for the maintenance and use of the evaporative emissions control system by the
owner shall be furnished with each new engine or equipment
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WORLDLAWN LIMITED WARRANTY:
Worldlawn Power Equipment, Inc, (“Worldlawn”) warrants that the Worldlawn Gater mower (“Mower”), purchased from an
Authorized Worldlawn Dealer, will be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of two years
commercial/residential from the original date of purchase (see details below). Worldlawn also warrants the Mower’s deck shell
will be free from defects in material and workmanship for a period of ten years commercial/residential from the original date of
purchase (see details below). During the limited warranty period, Worldlawn will repair or replace, at its discretion, any Mower
or part thereof which is found to be defective in material and workmanship. This limited warranty specifically excludes wear
items, included but not limited to belts, blades, and tires. This limited warranty also specifically excludes parts covered by
another manufacturer’s warranty, which parts are covered only by that manufacturer’s warranty.
This limited warranty extends only to the original retail purchaser (“Owner”) of a Mower. This limited warranty may not
be assigned or transferred without prior express written consent of Worldlawn Power Equipment, Inc. This limited warranty
extends only to those Mowers purchased for private residential and commercial use. A Mower purchased for any other reason,
for example as a rental unit, shall have a (90) day limited warranty under the same terms and conditions as set forth herein.
Proof of purchase will be required to substantiate all warranty claims. All warranty work must be performed by an Authorized
Worldlawn Dealer. Any work done on or to the Mower by anyone other than an Authorized Worldlawn Dealer, including the
original purchaser, voids all provisions of the warranty except those provisions which limit Worldlawn’s liability (as set forth
below).
Any Mower or part thereof which, in Worldlawn’s sole discretion, is deemed defective shall be repaired or replaced, at
Worldlawn’s option, without charge for parts or labor up to three years of the original date of purchase. Any Mower deck shell,
in Worldlawn’s sole discretion, is deemed defective shall be repaired or replaced, at Worldlawn’s option, without charge for
parts or labor for the first five years of the original date of purchase, and without charge for parts only for years six through ten
from the original date of purchase. To take advantage of this limited warranty, the Mower must be returned to an Authorized
Worldlawn Dealer within the warranty period. The cost of delivering the Mower to the Authorized Dealer and return
delivery shall be the responsibility of the Owner.
Worldlawn’s sole responsibility with any claim made under this warranty is limited only to repairing or replacing the Mower or
a defective part thereof, and no claim of breach of warranty shall be cause for rescission, cancellation, or voiding the contract of
sale of the Mower.
This limited warranty does not extend to any Mower or part thereof which has been misused, neglected, damaged, abused, not
properly installed or maintained, altered or which has been operated in any way contrary to the operating instructions as
specified in the Owner/Operator Manual. This limited warranty does not extend to any repair or replacement made necessary
by normal use. This limited warranty does not extend to the engine which is warranted separately by the engine
manufacturer.
THE WARRANTY EXPRESSED HEREIN IS IN LIEU OF OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED,
INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY OR MERCHANTIBILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR USE, AND IS IN LIEU OF ANY AND ALL OTHER OBLIGATIONS OR LIABILITY ON WORLDLAWN’S
PART.
UNDER ANY AND ALL CIRCUMSTANCES, WORLDLAWN’S TOTAL LIABILITY TO OWNER FOR ANY AND ALL
CLAIMS, LOSSES OR DAMAGES, INCLUDING LOSS OF PROFITS, ARISING OUT OF ANY CAUSE WHATSOEVER,
WHETHER BASED IN CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR OTHER TORT, STRICTLIABILITY, BREACH OF WARRANTY
OR OTHERWISE, SHALL IN NO EVENT EXCEED THE PURCHASE PRICE OF THE MOWER. IN NO EVENT SHALL
WORLDLAWN BE RESPONSIBLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES.
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