Toro BC-25 Brush Chipper User manual

Toro BC-25 Brush Chipper User manual
Form No. 3382-929 Rev A
BC-25 Brush Chipper
Model No. 22614—Serial No. 314000001 and Up
Model No. 22614G—Serial No. 314000001 and Up
Model No. 32614—Serial No. 314000001 and Up
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WARNING
CALIFORNIA
Proposition 65 Warning
This product contains a chemical or chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer,
birth defects, or reproductive harm.
The engine exhaust from this product
contains chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects,
or other reproductive harm.
Whenever you need service, genuine Toro parts, or additional
information, contact an Authorized Service Dealer or Toro
Customer Service and have the model and serial numbers of
your product ready. Write the numbers in the space provided.
Model No.
Serial No.
This manual identifies potential hazards and has safety
messages identified by the safety alert symbol (Figure 1),
which signals a hazard that may cause serious injury or death
if you do not follow the recommended precautions.
DANGER
Watch for overhead power lines in the work area.
Shock or explosion may occur if you come in to
contact with them.
This spark ignition system complies with Canadian ICES-002.
Because in some areas there are local, state, or federal
regulations requiring that a spark arrester be used on the
engine of this machine, a spark arrester is available as
an option. If you require a spark arrester, contact your
Authorized Toro Service Dealer.
Figure 1
1. Safety alert symbol
This manual uses 2 words to highlight information.
Important calls attention to special mechanical information
and Note emphasizes general information worthy of special
attention.
Genuine Toro spark arresters are approved by the USDA
Forestry Service.
Important: It is a violation of California Public
Resource Code Section 4442 to use or operate the engine
on any forest-covered, brush-covered, or grass-covered
land without a spark arrester muffler maintained in
working order, or the engine constricted, equipped, and
maintained for the prevention of fire. Other states or
federal areas may have similar laws.
Tire Information
The DOT tire identification number (TIN) is branded into
the sidewall of all street legal tires (Figure 2).
The enclosed Engine Owner's Manual is supplied for
information regarding the US Environmental Protection
Agency (EPA) and the California Emission Control
Regulation of emission systems, maintenance, and
warranty. Replacements may be ordered through the
engine manufacturer.
Figure 2
Introduction
Contents
This brush chipper is designed to chip branches, vines, leaves,
and small tree limbs up to 15.24 cm (6 inches) in diameter. It
is not intended to chip rocks, wire, metal, or any materials
other than wood. The brush chipper can be towed behind a
vehicle equipped with an appropriate ball hitch.
Safety ........................................................................... 3
Safe Operating Practices........................................... 3
Safety and Instructional Decals ................................. 6
Product Overview .......................................................... 7
Controls ................................................................ 7
Specifications ......................................................... 7
Operation ..................................................................... 8
Towing the Machine ................................................ 8
Read this information carefully to learn how to operate and
maintain your product properly and to avoid injury and
product damage. You are responsible for operating the
product properly and safely.
© 2014—The Toro® Company
8111 Lyndale Avenue South
Bloomington, MN 55420
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All Rights Reserved
Safety
Maintaining the Tires and Wheels .............................. 9
Preparing to Start the Machine .................................. 9
Adding Fuel............................................................ 9
Checking the Hour Meter ........................................10
Checking the Engine-Oil Level.................................10
Changing the Chute Position....................................11
Changing the Deflector Position ...............................11
Starting and Stopping the Engine..............................11
Using the Brush Chipper .........................................12
Maintenance .................................................................14
Recommended Maintenance Schedule(s) ......................14
Lubrication ...............................................................14
Lubricate the Cutter Wheel Bearings .........................14
Lubricate the Wheel Bearings ...................................15
Engine Maintenance ..................................................15
Servicing the Air Cleaner .........................................15
Servicing the Engine Oil..........................................16
Servicing the Spark Plug ..........................................17
Fuel System Maintenance ...........................................18
Changing the Fuel Filter ..........................................18
Belt Maintenance ......................................................18
Adjusting the Drive Belt Tension ..............................18
Replacing the Drive Belt ..........................................19
Cutter Maintenance ....................................................19
Inspecting the Cutter Block......................................19
Replacing the Cutter Blades .....................................19
Charging the Battery...................................................20
Inspecting the Tires....................................................21
Inspecting the Tires ................................................21
Storage ........................................................................22
Troubleshooting ...........................................................23
Improper use or maintenance by the operator or owner
can result in injury. To reduce the potential for injury,
comply with these safety instructions and always
pay attention to the safety alert symbol , which
means: Caution, Warning, or Danger—personal safety
instruction. Failure to comply with the instruction may
result in personal injury or death.
Safe Operating Practices
This product is capable of amputating hands and feet. Always
follow all safety instructions to avoid serious injury or death.
WARNING
Engine exhaust contains carbon monoxide, an
odorless, deadly poison that can kill you.
Do not run the engine indoors or in an enclosed
area.
If you believe that your machine has a defect which could
cause a crash or could cause injury or death, you should
immediately inform the National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying The Toro
Company.
If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an
investigation, and if it finds that a safety defect exists in a
group of machines, it may order a recall and remedy campaign.
However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual
problems between you, your dealer, or The Toro Company.
To contact NHTSA, you may call the Vehicle Safety Hotline
toll-free at 1–888–327–4236 (TTY: 1–800–424–9153); go
to http://www.safercar.gov ; or write to: Administrator,
NHTSA, 400 Seventh Street, SW., Washington, DC 20590.
You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle
safety from http://www.safercar.gov.
Training
• Read the Operator's Manual and other training material. If
the operator(s) or mechanic(s) cannot read English, it is
the owner's responsibility to explain this material to them.
• Become familiar with the safe operation of the equipment,
operator controls, and safety signs.
• All operators and mechanics should be trained. The
owner is responsible for training the users.
• Never let children or untrained people operate or service
the equipment. Local regulations may restrict the age of
the operator.
• The owner/user can prevent and is responsible for
accidents or injuries occurring to people, or damage to
property.
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Towing the Machine
Check with your local county or state safety towing
regulations, in addition to meeting the Department of
Transportation (DOT) Safety Towing Regulations, before
towing the machine.
• In order to reduce the possibility of an accident while
transporting the machine on public roads, make sure that
the towing vehicle is mechanically sound and in good
operating condition.
• Shut down the engine before transporting the machine.
• Inspect the hitch and coupling for wear. Never tow the
machine with defective hitches, couplings, chains, etc.
• Check the tire air pressure on both of the towing vehicle
and the machine. The chipper tires should be inflated to
410 kPa (60 ps) cold.
• Check the tire tread for wear.
• Properly attach the safety chains to the towing vehicle.
• Ensure that the towing vehicle’s directional, backup, and
brake lights are working properly.
• Avoid sudden stops and starts. This can cause skidding,
or jack knifing. Smooth, gradual starts and stops will
improve towing.
• Avoid sharp turns to prevent rolling. Tow only with a
vehicle that has a hitch designed for towing. Do not
attach towed equipment except at the hitch point.
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shoes, and hearing protection. Long hair, loose clothing
or jewelry may get tangled in moving parts. Wear tight
fitting gloves without drawstrings or loose cuffs.
Use extra care when handling gasoline and other fuels.
They are flammable and vapors are explosive.
– Use only an approved container
– Never remove the gas cap or add fuel with the engine
running. Allow the engine to cool before refueling.
Do not smoke.
– Never refuel or drain the machine indoors.
– Replace the gasoline cap and tighten it securely.
– Keep the container nozzle in contact with the tank
during filling.
– If gasoline is spilled, wipe it off the engine and
equipment.
Ensure that the machine is on a level surface before
operating.
Always operate the machine from the side of the hopper.
Block the wheels of the machine to prevent unintended
movement.
Operating the Machine
• Before starting this machine, review the Safety (page 3)
Before towing check to make certain your machine is correctly
and securely attached to the towing vehicle.
• Ensure that the ball hitch you are using is the proper size
for the hitch coupler on the machine.
• Ensure that the safety chains are properly hooked to the
vehicle, leaving enough slack for turning.
• Ensure that the jack stand is secured in the Up position.
• Do not tow the machine faster than 75 km/h (45 mph).
• Use caution when backing up; use a spotter outside the
vehicle to guide you.
• Do not allow anyone to sit or ride on the machine.
• Do not carry any cargo or wood on the machine when
towing.
• Disconnect the machine from the tow vehicle before
using it.
• Place chock blocks underneath the wheel to prevent
rolling while the machine is parked.
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Preparing the Machine
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Become familiar with the safe operation of the equipment,
operator controls, and safety signs.
• Evaluate the terrain to determine what accessories and
attachments are needed to properly and safely perform
the job. Only use accessories and attachments approved
by the manufacturer.
• Wear appropriate clothing including hard hat, face shield,
safety glasses, long pants, substantial slip-resistant safety
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section. Failure to follow these rules may result in serious
injury to the operator or bystanders.
Never run an engine in an enclosed area.
Only operate the machine in good light, keeping away
from holes and hidden hazards.
Only start the engine from the operator's position.
Do not pass or stand on the discharge side of the machine
when the engine is running or when the flywheel is
turning.
Ensure that all the guards and shields are securely in place
before operating.
Ensure that all interlocks are attached, adjusted properly,
and functioning properly.
Do not change the engine governor setting or overspeed
the engine.
Stop on level ground, and shut off the engine before
leaving the operator's position for any reason.
Chock the machine or keep it attached to the towing
vehicle when not in use to prevent the machine from
rolling.
Keep hands and feet away from any moving parts.
Never carry passengers, and keep pets and bystanders
away.
Do not operate the machine under the influence of
alcohol or drugs.
Ensure that the area is clear of other people before
operating the machine. Stop the machine if anyone enters
the area.
• Never leave a running machine unattended. Always stop
– Ensure that the tires are properly inflated as
recommended.
the engine and verify the chipper flywheel has stopped
rotating.
– Ensure that the lug nuts are tight and torqued
properly.
• Do not touch parts which may be hot from operation.
Allow them to cool before attempting to maintain, adjust,
or service the machine.
– Ensure that the machine is properly secured.
• Lightning can cause severe injury or death. If lightning
Maintaining and Storing the Machine
is seen or thunder is heard in the area, do not operate
the machine; seek shelter.
• Stop the engine. Wait for all movement to stop before
adjusting, cleaning, or repairing.
• Do not allow anyone to operate this machine without
proper instruction.
• Clean the debris from the mufflers and engine to help
prevent fires. Clean up any oil or fuel spillage.
• Keep area of discharge clear of people, animals, buildings,
glass, or anything else that will obstruct clear discharge,
cause injury, or damage. Wind can also change discharge
direction. If it becomes necessary to push material into
the hopper, use a small diameter wood stick, not your
hands.
• Let the engine cool before storing.
• Do not store fuel near flames or drain indoors.
• Park the machine on level ground. Never allow untrained
personnel to service the machine.
• Do not use the machine with the hopper or discharge
• Remove the spark plug wire before making any repairs.
chute removed.
• Keep hands and feet away from moving parts. If possible,
• Clear the area of objects such as wire, rope, etc. Inserting
do not make adjustments with the engine running.
these objects into the hopper could damage the flywheel
and/or cause injury.
• Keep all parts in good working condition and all hardware
tightened. Replace all worn or damaged decals.
• Keep your face and body away from the hopper to avoid
• Keep all nuts, bolts, screws, hydraulic fittings, and hose
accidental bounce back of any material.
clamps securely tightened. Keep equipment in good
condition.
• If you hear or see material being kicked back against the
rubber flap, shut the feeder chute door until the material
has passed.
• Do not tamper with safety devices.
• Use extra care when handling gasoline and other fuels.
• When feeding material into the hopper, be extremely
They are flammable and vapors are explosive.
careful that pieces of metal, rocks, or other foreign
objects are not included. Personal injury or damage to
the machine could result.
– Use only an approved container.
– Never remove the gas cap or add fuel when the
engine is running. Allow the engine to cool before
refueling. Do not smoke.
• Shut off the engine and wait for the moving parts to come
to a complete stop before removing processed material,
leaves, or debris from the machine.
– Never refuel the machine indoors.
• Remove the key, disconnect the spark plug wires and keep
– Never store the machine or fuel container inside
where there is an open flame, such as near a water
heater or furnace.
the wire away from the spark plug to prevent accidental
starting while adjusting the machine.
• If the cutting mechanism strikes a foreign object or if
– Never fill a container while it is inside a vehicle, trunk,
pick-up bed, or any surface other than the ground.
your machine should start making an unusual noise or
vibration, stop the engine and wait five minutes for all
moving parts to come to a complete stop and cool.
Vibration is generally a warning of trouble. Disconnect
the spark plug wires and inspect for clogging or damage.
Clean and repair and/or replace damaged parts.
– Keep container nozzle in contact with the tank during
filling.
• Stop and inspect the machine if you strike an object.
Make any necessary repairs before restarting.
• Do not touch parts that may be hot from operation.
• Use only genuine Toro replacement parts to ensure that
Allow them to cool before attempting to maintain, adjust,
or service the machine.
the original standards are maintained.
• Never move this machine while the engine is running.
• Before every use:
– Inspect the coupler, ball and hitch.
– Ensure that all lights are functioning properly.
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Safety and Instructional Decals
Safety decals and instructions are easily
visible to the operator and are located near
any area of potential danger. Replace any
decal that is damaged or lost.
119-4698
1. Warning—read the Operator's Manual.
2. Warning—read the Operator's Manual, do not operate this
machine unless you are trained.
117–2718
3. Thrown object hazard, face—wear eye protection.
4. Thrown object hazard—keep bystanders a safe distance
from the machine.
5. Cutting/dismemberment hazard of hand, blade—stay away
from moving parts, keep all guards and shields in place.
119-4696
1. Warning—do not exceed 72 kmh (45 mph) when
transporting the machine.
119-4699
1. Warning—do not operate wearing gloves with loose
gauntlets, use gloves without loose material.
2. Warning—do not entangle body with material when using
machine.
3. Cutting/dismemberment hazard arm—do not place arm in
hopper; stay away from moving parts, keep all guards and
shields in place.
4. Thrown object hazard, face and body—do not let loose
material escape from the hopper, put the shroud in place.
119-4720
1. Cutting/dismemberment hazard of hand; thrown object
hazard, face—stop the engine, remove the key and wait for
all moving parts to stop before opening the guard.
117–4979
1. Rotating belt — Keep guard in place
117-1754
1. Rotational direction and spin indicator
120-3738
1. When chipping branches with widths of 4 to 6 inches, cut
the branches to lengths of 36 inches or less to prevent
clogging of the chipper.
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Product Overview
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Figure 3
1. Safety chains
13. Key switch
7. Chute locking knob
2. Coupler
8. Hopper
14. Fuel level gauge
3. Jack stand
9. Discharge chute
15. Fuel cap
4. Deflector locking knob
10. Choke
16. Fuel filter
5. Deflector
11. Throttle
17. Battery
6. Chute locking pin
12. Air filter
18. Flywheel bearing
Controls
Become familiar with all the controls before you start the
engine and operate the machine.
Hopper Latch
The hopper, mounted on the side of the machine, swings
down for machine operation. The revolving blades mounted
on a flywheel behind the hopper turn branches fed into the
hopper into chips. The chipper can chip branches and vines
ranging in size up to 15 cm (6 inches) in diameter and up
to 1 meter (3 feet) in length.
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Figure 4
1. Hopper latch
Specifications
To release the hopper or hopper latch (Figure 4), pull on
the handle and rotate it up or down to engage the latch pin
behind the stop.
Note: Specifications and design are subject to change
without notice.
Pull hopper down to open.
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Hopper Opening
Length
89 cm (35 inches)
Height
206 cm (81 inches)
Weight
478 Kg (1056 lbs)
Engine
Kohler 725cc, V-Twin, gas
Fuel Tank Capacity
Note: Determine the left and right sides of the machine
from the normal operating position.
282 cm (111 inches)
Width
Tire Pressure
Operation
15 cm (6 inches) maximum
diameter
Important: Before operating, check the fuel and oil
level, and remove debris from the machine. Ensure that
the area is clear of people.
Towing the Machine
413.5 kPa (60 psi)
Important: Do not tow over 72 km/h (45 mph).
1. Raise hopper and lock it in the up position. Rotate
the chute toward the rear of the machine, lock it in
position with the chute locking pin and tighten chute
locking knob (Figure 3).
2. Crank the handle of the lift jack to align the coupler
with the ball of the tow vehicle.
3. Remove the locking pin from the lever, squeeze the
latch lock, and lift the lever up to open the coupler
(Figure 4).
20.8 L (5.5 US gallons)
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Figure 5
1. Tongue
4. Coupler
2. Lever in locked position
5. Safety chain
3. Locking pin
4. Attach coupler to a class I or higher 50.8 mm (2 inch)
ball on a towing vehicle and latch securely.
• If coupler does not fit over the ball, turn the
adjustment nut 1 turn counter-clockwise.
• If coupler hitch is too loose on the ball, turn the
adjustment nut 1 turn clockwise.
WARNING
Failure to properly engage the hitch ball in
the coupler ball socket and securely lock the
coupler latch mechanism can cause the unit to
become detached from the tow vehicle while
traveling, which may cause serious injury and
property damage.
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• Ensure that the work areas and blades are free from
5. Install the locking pin to secure the lever (Figure 5).
metallic objects such as wire, nails, etc. that could be
thrown out and injure persons in the vicinity and damage
the equipment.
6. Cross or “X” the safety chains and attach them to the
holes on the hitch.
7. Plug the tail light wire harness connector to the tow
vehicle connector. Check to make sure that the brake
lights illuminate properly with the brake pedal applied
and the taillights flash when the turning signals are use.
• Ensure that everyone, including children and animals,
maintain a distance of at least 15 meters (50 feet) from
the machine. Debris can be thrown out and injure people
and animals.
8. Raise the jack stand so that the caster wheels are free of
the ground, pull the release pin and rotate the wheels
rearward and lock it in the horizontal position (Figure
6).
• Disconnect the machine from the tow vehicle, position it
on a level location and block the wheels front and back
to prevent it from moving.
• Check the fuel and oil level of the engine.
Adding Fuel
Use unleaded gasoline (87 pump octane minimum). Leaded,
regular gasoline may be used if unleaded is not available.
• For best results, use only clean, fresh (less than 30 days
old), unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 87 or
higher ((R+M)/2 rating method).
• Ethanol: Gasoline with up to 10% ethanol (gasohol)
or 15% MTBE (methyl tertiary butyl ether) by volume
is acceptable. Ethanol and MTBE are not the same.
Gasoline with 15% ethanol (E15) by volume is not
approved for use. Never use gasoline that contains
more than 10% ethanol by volume, such as E15
(contains 15% ethanol), E20 (contains 20% ethanol), or
E85 (contains up to 85% ethanol ). Using unapproved
gasoline may cause performance problems and/or engine
damage which may not be covered under warranty.
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Figure 6
1. Release pin
2. Jack stand
Maintaining the Tires and
Wheels
• Do not use gasoline containing methanol.
• Do not store fuel either in the fuel tank or fuel containers
The most common cause of tire trouble is under-inflation. It
is important that you maintain full air pressure.
over the winter unless a fuel stabilizer is used.
• Do not add oil to gasoline.
Inflate main axle tires to 410 kPa (60 psi).
Check the torque of the wheel lug nuts initially and after the
first 10 hours of operation.
Torque wheel lug nuts to 108-122 Nm (80-90 ft.-lbs).
Preparing to Start the Machine
• Review all the machine’s safety decals.
• Use a hard-hat, hearing protection, tight fitting gloves
without draw strings or loose cuffs, and eye protection.
A mesh visor alone does not provide sufficient eye
protection; supplement with protective glasses.
• Ensure that you are familiar with safety regulations
and shutdown procedures described in this machine’s
Operator’s Manual and Engine Owner’s Manual.
• Ensure that all guards are in place and in good condition.
• Ensure that the blades are in place and in good condition.
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DANGER
In certain conditions, gasoline is extremely
flammable and highly explosive. A fire or explosion
from gasoline can burn you and others and can
damage property.
• Fill the fuel tank outdoors, in an open area,
when the engine is cold. Wipe up any gasoline
that spills.
• Never fill the fuel tank inside an enclosed trailer.
• Do not fill the fuel tank completely full. Add
gasoline to the fuel tank until the level is 6 to 13
mm (1/4 to 1/2 inch) below the bottom of the
filler neck. This empty space in the tank allows
gasoline to expand.
• Never smoke when handling gasoline, and stay
away from an open flame or where gasoline
fumes may be ignited by a spark.
• Store gasoline in an approved container and
keep it out of the reach of children. Never buy
more than a 30-day supply of gasoline.
• Do not operate without entire exhaust system in
place and in proper working condition.
Figure 7
1. Fuel tank cap
4. Add unleaded gasoline to the fuel tank, until the level
is 6 to 13 mm (1/4 to 1/2 inch) below the bottom of
the filler neck.
Important: This space in the tank allows gasoline
to expand. Do not fill the fuel tank completely full.
5. Install the fuel tank cap securely, turning it until it clicks.
6. Wipe up any gasoline that may have spilled.
DANGER
Checking the Hour Meter
In certain conditions during fueling, static
electricity can be released causing a spark which
can ignite the gasoline vapors. A fire or explosion
from gasoline can burn you and others and can
damage property.
• Always place gasoline containers on the ground
away from your vehicle before filling.
• Do not fill gasoline containers inside a vehicle or
on a truck or trailer bed because interior carpets
or plastic truck bed liners may insulate the
container and slow the loss of any static charge.
• If a gasoline dispenser nozzle must be used,
keep the nozzle in contact with the rim of the
fuel tank or container opening at all times until
fueling is complete.
The hour meter records the number of hours the engine has
operated. It operates when the engine is running.
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Figure 8
1. Hour meter
Important: Do not use methanol, gasoline containing
methanol, or gasohol containing more than 10% ethanol
because the fuel system could be damaged. Do not mix
oil with gasoline.
Checking the Engine-Oil Level
Filling the Fuel Tank
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
1. Place the machine on a flat level surface, and stop the
engine.
1. Park the machine on a level surface, and stop the
engine.
2. Allow the engine to cool.
3. Clean around the fuel tank cap and remove it (Figure 7).
2. Allow the engine to cool.
3. Clean around the oil dipstick.
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4. Remove the dipstick and wipe the end clean.
5. Slide the dipstick fully into the dipstick tube without
threading it into the filler neck.
6. Pull the dipstick out and look at the end. The oil
should be to the top of the upper limit range (Figure 9).
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Figure 10
1. Locking pin button
2. Clamp knob
Figure 9
1. Oil dipstick
3. Valve cover
2. Oil fill cap
4. Metal end
2. Rotate the chute into the position desired and secure
with clamp knob.
Changing the Deflector
Position
Important: Running the engine with low oil level
can cause engine damage. This type of damage is
not covered by warranty.
The deflector on the end of the chute can be rotated up and
down to direct the discharge of chips.
7. If the oil level is low, slowly pour only enough oil into
the crankcase to raise the level to the upper limit.
1. Loosen the deflector knob and rotate the chute into
the desired position (Figure 11).
Important: Do not overfill the crankcase with oil
because the engine may be damaged.
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8. Replace the dipstick.
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Changing the Chute Position
The discharge chute on this machine can be rotated to use in
various positions. Rotate the chute to the side, away from the
hopper, when using the machine.
1. To rotate, loosen the clamp knob, then press the
spring-loaded button on the locking pin handle in, and
pull the locking pin from the chute plate (Figure 10).
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Figure 11
1. Chute deflector
2. Knob
2. Tighten the deflector knob.
Starting and Stopping the
Engine
Starting the Engine
1. Move the choke lever to the On position (Figure 12).
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Note: A warm or hot engine may not require choking.
to cool the engine before stopping. In an emergency,
the engine may be stopped immediately.
2. Turn the ignition switch to the Off position (Figure 13).
Using the Brush Chipper
Service Interval: Before each use or daily—Clean the inside
of the cutting chamber cover.
DANGER
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The machine will cut and amputate hands and feet.
Figure 12
• Stay in the operator's position while the machine
is running.
2. Throttle
1. Choke
2. Move the throttle lever one third of the way to the Fast
position (Figure 12).
• Keep all bystanders a safe distance from the
machine.
3. Turn the engine ignition switch to the Start position
(Figure 13).
• Stop the machine immediately if any people or
animals enter the work area.
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• Never place any part of your body into a position
that causes an unsafe operating condition.
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WARNING
Using the brush chipper may throw wood chips,
soil, and other debris into the air which could injure
you or bystanders.
• Always wear protective gear, such as safety
goggles or face shield, hearing protection,
tight-fitting gloves without draw strings or loose
cuffs when using the machine.
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• Keep face and body away from the feed opening.
Do not overreach. Keep proper balance and
footing at all time.
Figure 13
1. Ignition switch
3. Run
2. Off
4. Start
• Keep all bystanders at least 15 meters (50 feet)
from the machine during operation.
4. After the engine starts, release key to the Run position
(Figure 13).
1. Place the brush chipper on level, dry ground,
disconnect it from the tow vehicle, and block the front
and back of both wheels to prevent any movement.
5. Gradually move the choke lever back to the Off
position.
2. Make sure that you read all the recommendations from
the Safety (page 3) section before using the brush
chipper.
Note: If the engine stalls or hesitates, move the choke
back to On again until the engine warms up. Then
move it to the Off position.
3. Start the engine; refer to Starting the Engine (page 11)
and allow engine to warm up at idle for two minutes.
6. Move the throttle lever to the Fast position to begin
chipping.
4. Lower the hopper (Figure 14).
Stopping the Engine
1. Move the throttle lever to the mid-range position.
Note: If the engine has been working hard or is hot,
let it run for a minute before turning it off. This helps
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• To move a pile of processed material, use a spade,
rake, or long handle tool. Never use your hands
or feet!
• Limit the length of large branches to 3 feet long
or less; longer lengths could cause the chipper to
slow and jam.
• Wash out the cutting chamber after each use by
spraying water from a garden hose into the hopper
while the engine is running at full throttle. Do
this for a few minutes to prevent accumulation of
matter that can degrade the chipper performance.
• To stop the machine; refer to Stopping the Engine
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Figure 14
(page 12).
• Do not force material into the chipper. If the
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machine does not chip well, the chipper knife or
cutter block may need to be sharpened or replaced.
Extremely hard knots of wood will not process very
well. Short stubs that have not self-fed through
the chipper can be pushed through with the next
branch to be chipped, otherwise simply close the
upper chute.
Overloading the hopper will cause the rotor speed
to decrease. If you hear the engine RPM decreasing,
stop feeding material into the hopper until the
engine has returned to full speed (Figure 15).
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Figure 15
• If you jam the machine and do not stop the engine,
•
it can damage the machine. For this reason, it is
important that you immediately stop the engine if
the machine becomes jammed, wait 5 minutes to
make certain the flywheel and all moving parts have
come to a complete stop and cool. Disconnect
the spark plug wires, keeping them away from the
spark plugs to prevent accidental starting.
Never allow processed material to build up within
76.2 mm (3 in) of the discharge chute opening.
Move the machine or the pile as needed. Failure to
do so could result in unnecessary jamming of the
machine.
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Maintenance
Important: Before performing any maintenance procedures, first stop the engine, wait 5 minutes to allow all moving
parts to come to a complete stop and cool, and disconnect the spark plug wires.
Recommended Maintenance Schedule(s)
Maintenance Service
Interval
Maintenance Procedure
After the first 50 hours
• Change the engine oil.
Before each use or daily
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Check the engine oil level.
Clean the inside of the cutting chamber cover.
Grease the machine.
Check the drive belt tension.
Check the cutter block.
Inspect the cutter blades.
Every 25 hours
• Clean the foam pre-filter on the air filter.
Every 100 hours
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Every 200 hours
• Check the spark plugs.
• Replace the fuel filter.
Every 500 hours
• Lubricate wheel bearings.
• Replace the spark plugs.
Yearly or before storage
Replace the air filter.
Change the engine oil.
Replace the drive belt.
Inspect the tires.
• Change the engine oil.
Important: Refer to your Engine Operator's Manual for additional maintenance procedures.
Lubrication
Lubricate the Cutter Wheel
Bearings
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
Grease Type: General-purpose grease.
1. Clean around grease fitting with a rag and lift the plastic
cap off the grease fitting.
2. Pump several shots of grease into the fitting until it
starts to ooze out of the bearing (Figure 16).
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Figure 16
1. Grease fitting
2. Cutter wheel bearing
3. Wipe up any excess grease.
Important: Pump grease in slowly and carefully
to prevent damage to the bearing seals.
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Engine Maintenance
Lubricate the Wheel Bearings
Service Interval: Every 500 hours
Servicing the Air Cleaner
Lubricate the wheel bearings with several pumps of No. 2
general purpose lithium base grease (Figure 17).
Removing the Air Filter
1. Unscrew the knob and remove the air cleaner cover
(Figure 18).
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Figure 17
1. Grease fitting
Figure 18
1. Knob
6. Foam pre-filter
2. Air-cleaner cover
7. Paper filter
3. Cover nut
4. Spacer
8. Rubber seal
9. Air–cleaner base
5. Cover
2. Carefully slide the foam pre-filter off of the paper
element.
3. Unscrew the cover nut and remove the cover, spacer,
and paper filter.
Cleaning the Foam Pre-Filter
Service Interval: Every 25 hours
1. Clean around the air cleaner to prevent dirt from
getting into the engine and causing damage.
2. Remove the foam pre-filter; See Removing the Air
Filter (page 15).
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Note: This warms the oil so it drains better.
3. Wash the foam pre-filter in liquid soap and warm water.
When clean, rinse it thoroughly.
4. Dry the pre-filter by squeezing it in a clean cloth and
allow it to air dry.
5. Put 1 or 2 ounces of engine oil on the pre-filter (Figure
19).
2. Park the machine so that the drain side is slightly lower
than the opposite side to ensure that the oil drains
completely.
3. Place one end of a hose on the drain valve and the
other end in a pan (Figure 20).
Figure 19
1. Foam element
2. Oil
6. Squeeze the pre-filter to distribute the oil.
7. Carefully slide the foam pre-filter onto the paper filter
(Figure 18).
8. Install the air cleaner cover and secure it with the knob
(Figure 18).
Figure 20
1. Oil drain valve
2. Hose
Replacing the Air Filter
4. Open the drain valve by turning it counterclockwise,
pulling out as you turn it (Figure 20).
Service Interval: Every 100 hours
5. When the oil has drained completely, close the drain
valve by pushing in and rotating clockwise, and remove
the hose. Wipe up any spilled oil.
Note: Do not clean the paper element. Replace the paper
element if it is dirty or damaged.
Note: Dispose of the used oil at a certified recycling
center.
To prevent engine damage, always operate the engine with the
complete foam and paper air cleaner assembly installed.
1. Carefully slide the foam pre-filter onto the paper filter
(Figure 18).
2. Place the air cleaner assembly onto the air cleaner base.
3. Install the cover and spacer and secure it with the cover
nut.
4. Torque the nut to 7 N-m (60 in-lb).
5. Install the air cleaner cover and secure it with the knob.
6. Remove the old filter and wipe the filter adapter gasket
surface (Figure 21).
Servicing the Engine Oil
Note: Change the oil more frequently when the operating
conditions are extremely dusty or sandy.
Figure 21
1. Oil filter
Oil Type: Detergent oil with an API service of SG, SH, SJ
or higher.
3. Adapter
2. Gasket
Crankcase Capacity: with filter 1.9 liters (2 qt)
Viscosity: SAE 10W-30 is recommended for general use.
7. Pour new oil of the proper type in through the center
hole of the filter. Stop pouring when the oil reaches
the bottom of the threads.
Changing the Engine Oil
8. Allow 1 or 2 minutes for the oil to be absorbed by the
filter material, then pour off the excess oil.
Service Interval: After the first 50 hours
Every 100 hours
Yearly or before storage
1. Start the engine and let it run for 5 minutes.
9. Apply a thin coat of new oil to the rubber gasket on
the replacement filter.
10. Install the replacement oil filter to the filter adapter.
Turn the oil filter clockwise until the rubber gasket
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Checking the Spark Plug
contacts the filter adapter, then tighten the filter an
additional 3/4 turn.
1. Look at the center of the spark plug (Figure 23). If you
see light brown or gray on the insulator, the engine is
operating properly. A black coating on the insulator
usually means that the air cleaner is dirty.
11. Remove the oil fill cap and slowly pour approximately
80% of the specified amount of oil in through the valve
cover (Figure 9).
12. Check the oil level; refer to Checking the Engine-Oil
Level (page 10).
Important: Never clean the spark plug. Always
replace the spark plug when it has a black coating,
worn electrodes, an oily film, or cracks.
13. Slowly add additional oil to bring the level to the Full
mark on the dipstick.
14. Replace the fill cap.
Servicing the Spark Plug
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Service Interval: Every 200 hours—Check the spark plugs.
Every 500 hours
Ensure that the air gap between the center and side electrodes
is correct before installing the spark plug. Use a spark plug
wrench for removing and installing the spark plug and a
gapping tool/feeler gauge to check and adjust the air gap.
Install a new spark plug if necessary.
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Figure 23
1. Center electrode insulator
3. Air gap (not to scale)
2. Side electrode
Type: Champion XC12YC (RFI type) or equivalent
2. Check the gap between the center and side electrodes
(Figure 23). Bend the side electrode (Figure 23) if the
gap is not correct.
Air Gap: 0.76 mm (0.030 inch)
Removing the Spark Plug
1. Pull the wires off of the spark plugs (Figure 22).
Installing the Spark Plug
1. Thread the spark plug into the spark plug hole.
2. Tighten the spark plug to 24.4–29.8 N-m (18–22 ft-lb).
3. Push the wire onto the spark plug.
Figure 22
1. Spark plug wire
2. Spark plug
2. Clean around spark plugs.
3. Remove the spark plugs and the metal washers.
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Belt Maintenance
Fuel System
Maintenance
Adjusting the Drive Belt
Tension
Changing the Fuel Filter
Service Interval: Before each use or daily—Check the drive
belt tension.
Service Interval: Every 200 hours
1. Clamp the fuel line between the carburetor and the fuel
filter to block the fuel flow.
Note: Inspect the drive belt tension by inserting a metal
scale through the slot on top of the belt cover (Figure 25)
and pressing down on the scale with a force gage. The force
should measure 6.5-7.5 kg (15 ± .75 lbs) at 1 cm (0.40 inch)
belt deflection. Adjust as required.
2. Squeeze the ends of the hose clamps together and slide
away from the fuel filter (Figure 24).
1. Remove the bolts and washers securing the belt guard
to machine.
2. Remove the belt guard (Figure 25).
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Figure 24
1. Fuel filter
2. Hose clamp
3. Fuel hose
3. Place a drain pan under the fuel lines to catch any leaks,
then remove the filter from the fuel lines (Figure 24).
4. Install a new filter, with arrow pointing toward the
carburetor, and move the hose clamps close to the filter.
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5. Remove the clamp blocking fuel flow.
Figure 25
1. Bolts and washers
3. Belt guard
2. Slot in belt guard
3. Loosen the 4 engine plate mounting bolts and the 4
bolts securing the rear of the belt guard to the engine.
4. Loosen the belt tension bolt and jam nut (Figure 26).
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Figure 26
1. Tension bolt and jam nut
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2. Engine plate mounting bolt
Cutter Maintenance
5. Adjust the drive belt tension by loosening the jam
nut and tightening the tension bolt against the engine
mounting plate, pushing the engine rearward.
6. Lay a straightedge across clutch and flywheel pulleys,
tighten belt tension bolt so there is 1 cm (0.40 inch)
of flex in the belt when pushing down with 6.8 kg (15
lbs) force, at mid-span (when re-tensioning a belt in
use) or with 8 kg (18 lbs) force when installing a new
belt (Figure 27).
Inspecting the Cutter Block
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
Make sure the cutter block has a crisp edge and is no farther
than 3.2 mm (1/8 inch) away from the blade. If the cutter
block is worn or chipped it should be replaced (Figure 28).
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Figure 27
1. Straightedge
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2. Flex of 1 cm (0.40 inch)
Figure 28
1. Blade
7. Ensure that the pulleys are aligned and the engine is
parallel with the frame (not angled toward the side),
then tighten the 4 engine plate mounting bolts, the 4
bolts securing the rear of the belt guard to the engine,
and the jam nut.
8. Install the belt guard and secure it with the previously
removed washers and bolts.
2. Cutter Block
Replacing the Cutter Blades
Service Interval: Before each use or daily—Inspect the
cutter blades.
Note: Using a dull blade will decrease performance and
cause excessive vibrations that will cause damage to the Brush
Chipper or engine.
Replacing the Drive Belt
Service Interval: Every 100 hours
1. Remove the bolt and washer securing the flywheel
housing cover, swing it forward to expose the flywheel.
Note: Replace the belt if it shows any signs of wear, cracks,
glazing, or damage.
1. Remove the bolts and washers securing the belt guard
to machine.
2. Remove the belt guard (Figure 25).
3. Loosen the 4 engine plate mounting bolts and the 4
bolts securing the rear of the belt guard to the engine.
4. Loosen the belt tension bolt and jam nut, slide the
engine toward the flywheel housing to loosen belt
(Figure 26).
5. Replace drive belt.
6. Adjust tension of new belt to 7.8-8.6 kg (18 ± 0.9 lb)
force at 1 cm (0.40 inch) belt deflection at mid-span.
7. Tighten the 4 engine plate mounting bolts, the 4 bolts
securing the rear of the belt guard to the engine, and
the jam nut.
8. Install the belt guard and secure it with the previously
removed washers and bolts.
2. Rotate the flywheel using a stick until the bolts and
lock nuts attaching the cutter blades to the flywheel
are accessible (Figure 29).
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Charging the Battery
Important: Always keep the battery fully charged (1.265
specific gravity). This is especially important to prevent
battery damage when the temperature is below 32F
(05C).
Charging the battery produces gases that can explode.
Never smoke near the battery and keep sparks and
flames away from battery.
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Clean the top of the battery with a paper towel.
3. Charge the battery for 10 to 15 minutes at 25 to 30
amps or 30 minutes at 4 to 6 amps. Do not overcharge
the battery (Figure 30).
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Figure 29
1. Flywheel
3. Sequence for tightening
(3-1, 3-2, 3-3)
4
2. Blade
2
3
3. Remove the dull or damaged cutter blades and visually
inspect the flywheel slots. The blade mounting areas
must be clean so the replacement blades will mount
flush against the flywheel.
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Important: It is very important to consistently
maintain the 35-degree angle for proper chipping
performance.
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4. Reverse the blade to use the second sharp edge, or
install new or sharpened blades and finger tighten the
bolts and lock nuts to hold the blades to the flywheel.
Figure 30
5. Tighten the center bolts and nuts first, then tighten the
outer bolts and nuts, and finally tighten the inner bolts
and nut. See sequence for tightening (Figure 29).
1. Positive battery post
3. Red (+) charger lead
2. Negative battery post
4. Black (-) charger lead
4. When the battery is fully charged, unplug the charger
from the electrical outlet, then disconnect the charger
leads from the battery posts (Figure 30).
6. Torque the blade bolts to 58-72 N-m (43-53 ft-lb).
7. Scrape any sap, mulch, and/or dirt from inside the
top cover of the housing to prevent the flywheel from
rubbing on it.
5. Install the battery cover.
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Inspecting the Tires
Inspecting the Tires
Service Interval: Every 100 hours
Note: Failure to maintain correct pressure may result in
tire failure and loss of control resulting in serious injury or
property damage.
Figure 33
Example of tire wear caused by over-inflation.
• Operating accidents can damage a tire or rim, so inspect
tire condition after an accident.
1. Over inflated tire
• Check the tire pressure frequently to ensure proper
inflation. If the tires are not inflated to the correct
pressure, the tires will wear prematurely.
• Always replace worn or damaged tires with DOT
approved tires.
• Locate the DOT tire identification numbers (Figure 31).
Figure 31
Figure 32
Example of tire wear caused by under-inflation.
1. Under inflated tire
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Storage
For storage over 30 days, prepare the machine as follows:
1. Remove dirt and grime from the external parts of the
entire machine, especially the engine. Clean dirt and
sawdust chips from the outside of the engine cylinder
head fins and blower housing.
Important: You can wash the machine with mild
detergent and water.
2. Add a petroleum based stabilizer/conditioner to fuel
in the tank. Follow mixing instructions from stabilizer
manufacturer. (1 oz. per US gallon). Do not use an
alcohol based stabilizer (ethanol or methanol).
Note: Fuel stabilizer/conditioner is most effective
when mixed with fresh gasoline and used at all times.
Important: Do not store stabilizer/conditioned
gasoline over 90 days.
3. Run the engine to distribute conditioned fuel through
the fuel system (5 minutes).
4. Stop the engine, allow it to cool, and drain the fuel tank
using a pump type siphon. Dispose of fuel properly;
recycle as per local codes.
5. Start the engine and run it until it stops.
6. Choke the engine.
7. Start and run the engine until it will not start again.
8. Change the fuel filter; refer to Changing the Fuel Filter
(page 18).
9. Service the air cleaner; refer to Servicing the Air
Cleaner (page 15).
10. Change the engine crankcase oil; refer to Servicing the
Engine Oil (page 16).
11. Remove the spark plug and check the condition of the
spark plug; refer to Servicing the Spark Plug (page 17).
12. With the spark plug removed from the engine, pour
two tablespoons of engine oil into the spark plug hole.
13. Pull the starter slowly to crank the engine and distribute
the oil inside the cylinder.
14. Install the spark plug, but do not install the wire on
the spark plug.
15. Check and tighten all bolts, nuts, and screws. Repair or
replace any part that is damaged.
16. Paint all scratched or bare metal surfaces. Paint is
available from your Authorized Service Dealer.
17. Store the machine in a clean, dry garage or storage area.
18. Cover the machine to protect it and keep it clean.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
The engine will not start.
The engine runs rough.
Chipping action seems slow or the
flywheel is stalling.
The flywheel does not rotate.
Drive belt is worn, burned, or jumps off of
pulley.
The machine has excessive vibration.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
1. The choke is open.
1. Close the choke when starting a cold
engine.
2. The fuel tank is empty.
3. The spark plug wire is loose or
disconnected.
2. Fill the tank with fresh fuel.
3. Check the electrode gap and clean or
replace the spark plug.
1. The choke is left on.
1. Open the choke.
2. The air filter is clogged.
3. The fuel line is clogged.
4. There is water or contaminants in the
fuel.
5. The spark plugs are worn or have
buildup on the electrodes.
2. Clean or replace the air filter.
3. Clean the sediment cup.
4. Drain and fill the tank with fresh fuel.
1. The engine speed is too slow causing
the clutch to slip.
1. Run the engine at full throttle.
2. Check for a loose or damaged drive
belt.
3. Check for dull or damaged blades.
4. The clutch shoes are worn.
2. Tighten or replace the drive belt.
1. Build-up of chips and debris around
flywheel.
1. Clean out the build-up of chips and
debris around the flywheel, on the
outer diameter of the wheel, upper lid
of the grinder, and inside the housing
cover.
2. The belt is loose or damaged.
3. The clutch overheated, is damaged, or
the shoes are worn.
2. Check the drive belt.
3. Replace the clutch.
1. Improper drive belt adjustment.
1. Check the drive belt tension.
2. The drive belt may be stretched.
3. Pulleys are out of alignment.
2. Replace the drive belt.
3. Align the engine/clutch pulley with
flywheel.
1. Check for dull or damaged blades.
1. Replace with sharp blades.
2. Blades may not be properly seated on
the flywheel.
2. Loosen the blade mounting screws,
reset the blades and tighten the
screws.
3. Adjust the flywheel position in the
housing to attain a 1/8 inch (3 mm)
clearance between the blade and
cutter block.
3. Gap between the blades and cutter
block is too great.
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5. Check the electrode gap and clean or
replace the spark plug.
3. Replace with sharp blades.
4. Replace the clutch.
Toro Compact Utility Equipment Warranty
Compact Utility Equipment
(CUE) Products
A One-Year Limited Warranty
Conditions and Products Covered
Items and Conditions Not Covered
The Toro Company and its affiliate, Toro Warranty Company, pursuant to
an agreement between them, jointly warrant your Toro Compact Utility
Equipment (“Product”) to be free from defects in materials or workmanship.
The following time periods apply from the date of purchase:
Not all product failures or malfunctions that occur during the warranty period
are defects in materials or workmanship. This express warranty does not
cover the following:
Products
Pro Sneak
Compact Utility Loaders,
Trenchers, Stump Grinders,
and Attachments
Kohler Engines
All other Engines
Warranty Period
1 year or 1000 operating hours,
whichever occurs first
3 years*
2 years*
Where a warrantable condition exists, we will repair the Product at no cost
to you including diagnosis, labor, and parts.
*Some
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Product failures which result from the use of non-Toro replacement
parts, or from installation and use of add-on, modified, or unapproved
accessories
•
Product failures which result from failure to perform required
maintenance and/or adjustments
•
Product failures which result from operating the Product in an abusive,
negligent or reckless manner
•
Parts subject to consumption through use unless found to be defective.
Examples of parts which are consumed, or used up, during normal
product operation include, but are not limited to, belts, wipers, spark
plugs, tires, filters, gaskets, wear plates, seals, O-rings, drive chains,
clutches.
•
Failures caused by outside influence. Items considered to be outside
influence include, but are not limited to, weather, storage practices,
contamination, use of unapproved coolants, lubricants, additives, or
chemicals, etc.
•
Normal “wear and tear” items. Normal “wear and tear” includes, but is
not limited to, worn painted surfaces, scratched decals, etc.
•
Repairs necessary due to failure to follow recommended fuel
procedure (consult Operator's Manual for more details)
engines used on Toro Products are warranted by the engine manufacturer.
Instructions for Obtaining Warranty Service
If you think that your Toro Product contains a defect in materials or
workmanship, follow this procedure:
1.
2.
3.
Contact any Authorized Toro Compact Utility Equipment (CUE)
Service Dealer to arrange service at their dealership. To locate a
dealer convenient to you, access our website at www.Toro.com. You
may also call our Toro Customer Care Department toll free at the
number below.
Bring the product and your proof of purchase (sales receipt) to the
Service Dealer.
If for any reason you are dissatisfied with the Service Dealer’s
analysis or with the assistance provided, contact us at:
SWS Customer Care Department
Toro Warranty Company
8111 Lyndale Avenue South
Bloomington, MN 55420-1196
Toll Free: 888-384-9940
•
•
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Removing contaminants from the fuel system is not covered
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Use of old fuel (more than one month old) or fuel which contains
more than 10% ethanol or more that 15% MTBE
–
Failure to drain the fuel system prior to any period of non-use
over one month
Any component covered by a separate manufacturer’s warranty
Pickup and delivery charges
General Conditions
Owner Responsibilities
You must maintain your Toro Product by following the maintenance
procedures described in the Operator’s Manual. Such routine maintenance,
whether performed by a dealer or by you, is at your expense. Parts
scheduled for replacement as required maintenance (“Maintenance Parts”),
are warranted for the period of time up to the scheduled replacement time
for that part. Failure to perform required maintenance and adjustments can
be grounds for disallowing a warranty claim.
Repair by an Authorized Toro Compact Utility Equipment (CUE) Service
Dealer is your sole remedy under this warranty.
Neither The Toro Company nor Toro Warranty Company is liable for
indirect, incidental or consequential damages in connection with the
use of the Toro Products covered by this warranty, including any
cost or expense of providing substitute equipment or service during
reasonable periods of malfunction or non-use pending completion of
repairs under this warranty. All implied warranties of merchantability
and fitness for use are limited to the duration of this express warranty.
Some states do not allow exclusions of incidental or consequential
damages, or limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the
above exclusions and limitations may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state.
Except for the engine warranty coverage and the Emissions warranty
referenced below, if applicable, there is no other express warranty. The
Emissions Control System on your Product may be covered by a separate
warranty meeting requirements established by the U.S. Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) or the California Air Resources Board (CARB).
The hour limitations set forth above do not apply to the Emissions
Control System Warranty. Refer to the California Emission Control
Warranty Statement supplied with your Product or contained in the engine
manufacturer’s documentation for details.
Countries Other than the United States or Canada
Customers who have purchased Toro products outside the United States or Canada should contact their Toro Distributor (Dealer) to obtain guarantee
policies for your country, province, or state. If for any reason you are dissatisfied with your Distributor's service or have difficulty obtaining guarantee
information, contact the Toro importer. If all other remedies fail, you may contact us at Toro Warranty Company.
Australian Consumer Law: Australian customers will find details relating to the Australian Consumer Law either inside the box or at your local Toro
Dealer.
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