30" Concrete and Terrazzo Polishing Machine Operator and

E29800-00
30" Concrete and Terrazzo
Polishing Machine
Operator and Parts
Manual
400 Van Camp • Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
Customer Service: 888-GO-BETCO • Fax: 800-445-5056 • Technical Service: 877-856-5954 • www.betco.com
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
RECEIVING THE MACHINE............................................... 3
CARBON MONOXIDE WARNING....................................... 4
SAFETY........................................................................5 - 6
TANK USE AND STORAGE................................................ 6
UNPACKING THE MACHINE.............................................. 7
ENGINE PREPARATION AND OPERATION...................8 - 9
MACHINE AND WORK AREA PREPARATIONS................ 10
TOOL DRIVE PLATE INSTALLATION............................... 11
MACHINE OPERATIONS.................................................. 12
TROUBLESHOOTING...................................................... 13
FLOATING HEAD DECK ASSEMBLY.........................14 - 15
IDLER ASSEMBLY....................................................16 - 17
SOLUTION SYSTEM.................................................18 - 19
GEAR BOX ASSEMBLY.............................................20 - 21
ENGINE POWER SYSTEM........................................22 - 23
ENGINE AND CARBURETOR....................................24 - 25
EMISSION SHUT DOWN..........................................26 - 27
SOLUTION SWITCH.................................................28 - 29
ENGINE SHUT DOWN SWITCH................................30 - 31
FUEL REGULATION..................................................32 - 33
ENGINE SHUTDOWN WIRING........................................ 34
ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM.................................... 35
EMISSIONS WARRANTY.........................................36 - 37
WARRANTY.....................................................................40
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RECEIVING THE MACHINE
Immediately check, when receiving the machine, that all the materials indicated on delivery documents have been
received and also that the machine has not been damaged in transit. If it has been damaged, this damage must be
immediately reported to the shipper and also to our customer service department or a claim may not be made.
Introduction
This machine is designed to work with BETCO’s Crete Rx™ Concrete System. This floor machine Hones and Polishes
concrete and terrazzo floors through the action of its counter rotating deck and satellites, and the properly installed
BETCO Crete Rx Honing and Polishing tools.
Only use this machine for its intended purpose. Please keep the machine in good working order by performing routine
maintenance. Read this instruction manual and refer back to it when machine questions arise. The BETCO technical
customer service representatives should be contacted with machine questions not answered by this manual.
Technical Specifications
TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION Measurement Unit
Crete Rx™ CP30
in (mm)
30 (762)
ft /h (m /h)
4,500 (418)
Run Time
hours
Up to 8
Deck Speed
RPM
1040
Satellite Speed
RPM
520 clockwise
Satellite Quantity
-
3
Satellite Diameter
in (mm)
13 (330)
Engine Capacity
cu in (HP)
39.8 (22)
Propane Tank (D.O.T. 4E240)
lbs
20
Battery Capacity
volt
12
Gal (l)
11 (42)
Head Pressure (with empty solution tank)
Lbs. (Kg)
615 (279)
Head Pressure (with full solution tank)
Lbs. (Kg)
710 (322)
Weight of Empty Machine
Lbs. (Kg)
950 (431)
Weight of Full Machine
Lbs. (Kg)
1047 (475)
Machine dimensions, operating configuration
(Length / Height / Width)
in x in x in (mm/mm/mm)
73.5 x 50.0 x 30.0
(1887 / 1270 / 762)
Machine dimensions, stored configuration
(Length / Height / Width)
in x in x in (mm/mm/mm)
55.0 x 50.5 x 30.0
(1397 / 1283 / 762)
Working width
Work productivity
Solution tank capacity
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WARNING - CARBON MONOXIDE
LETHAL EXHAUST GAS
- MUST READ THIS! Never Run The Engine In A Closed Building Or Confined Area
Exhaust gases contain poisonous carbon monoxide.
Carbon monoxide is odorless, colorless, and can cause death if inhaled.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Symptoms
Train your employees to know the warning signs of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Mild carbon monoxide poisoning may cause any of the following:
Headache, drowsiness, faintness, poor coordination, nausea, and vomiting.
Turn the engine off and immediately get to fresh air if you have any of these symptoms.
Do not run the machine until it is given an emissions test and repairs made by an authorized distributor.
• Local emissions testing is available at a fork-lift service department.
Moderate or severe carbon monoxide poisoning causes confusion, unconsciousness, chest pain, shortness of breath, and
coma. Thus, most victims are not able to move themselves and must be rescued. Severe poisoning is often fatal.
Carbon monoxide is dangerous because a person may not recognize drowsiness as a symptom of poisoning. Consequently,
someone with mild poisoning can go to sleep and continue to breathe the carbon monoxide until severe poisoning or death
occurs. Some people with long-standing, mild carbon monoxide poisoning caused by furnaces or
heaters may mistake their symptoms for other conditions, such as the flu or other viral infections.
Carbon Monoxide Detectors
CO detectors are a must for safe operation of your equipment. Various types are available. A “CO” carbon monoxide detector
detects carbon monoxide before it reaches dangerous levels. Detectors are a must for those who run propane powered
equipment. The CO Detector is for everyone’s protection against Carbon Monoxide Poisoning.
• Carbon Monoxide Detector - Passive
– Effective for 30 days after package has been opened.
– Write the date opened on the detector.
– Mount with self-adhesive strip on the machine handle.
– Train machine operator to check detector regularly.
– If the orange disk changes to gray or black - your Carbon Monoxide Levels are
at a Dangerous Level.
– If the orange disk changes to gray or black you must turn your buffer off immediately and return it to your nearest
authorized distributor for an emissions test.
– Do Not Restart the machine until the emissions have been checked and corrected.
– This is for your protection as well as your customers. CO detectors are a must for safe operation and maximum efficiency of your equipment.
– For replacement CO detectors, contact your distributor. Ask for the carbon monoxide detector,
part# E012426.
• Carbon Monoxide Detector - battery operated with alarm
– Available from various sources
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SAFETY
lmportant Safety Information
All LPG (Liquid Propane Gas) powered engines, including this engine, produce Carbon Monoxide (CO). It is a
Lethal Poison that is colorless, odorless, tasteless, and non-irritating gas. You must read “Danger: Lethal Exhaust Gas”
information below.
Keep hands, feet, and loose clothing away from all moving parts while the machine is in operation. The exhaust system
gets very hot so keep hands, clothing and any items that can burn away from the engine, engine manifold, and muffler.
These machines are tough and durable, however do not abuse the machine. With proper care and maintenance this unit
will give you years of trouble free operation.
Carbon Monoxide Safety Information
Engine exhaust gases contain poisonous carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is odorless, colorless, tasteless, and
can cause death if inhaled. Failure to provide proper venting of CO, failure to properly maintain the engine, or failure to
properly train personnel of the dangers and warning signs of carbon monoxide exposure may result in Serious Injury Or
Death to the operator and others in the area.
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•
Read the labels on the machine carefully. Do not cover the labels. Replace the labels if they become damaged.
This propane floor machine must only be operated by authorized and trained professionals.
The operator must wear the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (gloves, shoes, helmet, glasses, etc.)
When operating the machine do not endanger other people.
Workers should be trained to recognize the hazards of carbon monoxide and the early symptoms of carbon
monoxide poisoning.
• Any equipment with the potential to produce carbon monoxide presents a significant hazard when used indoors.
They must be used with great caution. Opening a door or window, or running an exhaust fan will not necessarily
supply adequate ventilation. Avoid inhaling exhaust fumes and never run the engine in a closed building or
confined area without proper ventilation.
• Use only as described in this manual.
• Do not run the machine with the throttle in the choke position.
• Do not allow engine to run unattended.
• If you have any indication that the engine is not running properly, immediately shut the machine off. Perform
routine maintenance and if further service is required, contact your dealer or contact BETCO technical service.
• A carbon monoxide detector and alarm should be available to alert workers of emissions.
• Have a carbon monoxide detector attached to machine handle or have machine operator wear a carbon monoxide
detector. (See carbon monoxide detector page).
• Maintenance and repairs must be done by qualified personnel.
• When replacing parts, use only ORIGINAL replacement parts from your Authorized BETCO Dealer.
• If the machine is not working properly, have it serviced by a BETCO authorized service center.
• Have your BETCO service center perform routine maintenance on the machine once a year.
• Install fuel cylinder in a well ventilated place.
• Be aware of possible leaks of propane gas if odor is present.
• If the machine is stored inside a building, remove the fuel cylinder and store properly outside.
• Secure fuel cylinders when being transported.
• If tank is left attached to the machine then valve should be OFF.
• Never store fuel cylinders in a vehicle, building, or area where they may exposed to high temperature.
• Do not operate the machine with any openings blocked.
• Keep openings free of debris that may reduce airflow.
• Remove fuel cylinder and disconnect battery before servicing.
(list continued on next page)
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SAFETY (continued)
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•
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Do not place objects on the machine.
Never use the machine in an explosive environment.
Do not use the machine as a means of transportation.
Use a dry powder fire extinguisher in case of fire or use water.
Do not strike shelving or scaffolding.
Never remove guards that require tools to remove.
When your BETCO machine is ready to be disposed of, the machine must be disposed of properly. It contains
oils and electronic components. The machine itself was built using totally recyclable materials.
• Use only tools furnished with the machine or those specified in the user's manual.
Silica Dust and the Use of a Respirator
Silica is a sand component of concrete and its dust can cause severe medical conditions, such as; Silicosis, Lung
Cancer, Tuberculosis, Autoimmune and Chronic Kidney Diseases and non-malignant respiratory diseases. BETCO
highly recommends the use of a respirator during concrete honing and polishing. For more information on Silica safe
handling, storage and safety measures visit www.u-s-silica.com or call 1-800-35-NIOSH.
TANK USE AND STORAGE
Propane Tank Use
We use the Worthington gas cylinders designed for vapor withdrawal. The fuel lock offs, regulators, and engines are
also designed for vapor withdrawal.
• We recommend that you use the OPD (Overflow Protection Device) vapor withdrawal type cylinder. These style
tanks have a triangle shaped valve handle.
• Do not overfill - the best gauge is a scale - never allow tank to weigh over 36 pounds for an aluminum tank and
43 pounds for a steel tank.
• Connect fuel cylinder to machine in a well ventilated place.
• Be aware of possible leaks of propane gas if odor is present.
• Use propane tanks designed for vertical use only.
• New tanks must be purged of air at first filling.
Propane Tank Storage
• Store tanks outside in a well-ventilated area.
• Never store fuel cylinders in a vehicle, building, or area where they may exposed to high temperature.
• If the machine is stored inside a building, remove the fuel cylinder and store properly outside.
• Secure fuel cylinders when being transported.
• If tank is left attached to the machine then valve should be OFF.
• Store tanks in the upright position (valves up).
• Be aware of possible leaks of propane gas if odor is present.
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UNPACKING THE MACHINE
This machine arrives securely fastened to a reinforced pallet and must be removed in the following fashion to ensure no
damage occurs to the machine, property or personnel.
1. It is vital that this machine and pallet be placed on a level surface prior to unpacking the machine.
2. Remove the ratchet straps securing the front of the machines deck to the pallet.
3. Remove the steel fastening plates from each of the machines wheels.
Note: A ¾” wrench or ratcheting socket is necessary to remove the steel plate fasteners securing the machines wheels to the pallet deck.
4. Unfold the handle from the Stored position to the Transport position.
5. Install the transport wheel following the instructions in the “Transport Wheel Installation” section.
Caution: Transport wheel installation requires two people!
6. Slowly push the machine forward in the Transport position towards the front of the pallet.
7. Keeping the transport wheel raised slightly off the pallet deck push it past the edge of the pallet ensuring enough clearance is given for the front edge of the deck to not touch the pallet deck.
8. Slowly lower the transport wheel onto the ground.
9. Continue to slowly push the machine forward until the back wheels come to the edge of the pallet.
10. Ensure no personnel or obstructions are in the path of the machine and carefully push the machine off the pallet. Warning: The machine is very heavy and will drop rapidly off the pallet onto the ground.
11. Check machine for damage.
12. Install the tool drivers following the instructions in the “Tool Drive Plate Installation” section.
13. Properly dispose of pallet and all shipping material.
Adjusting the Handle
The machine is equipped with a telescoping and adjustable handle. See diagrams for detailed position placement.
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ENGINE PREPARATION AND OPERATION
IMPORTANT NOTES:
1.
2.
3.
4.
Before performing any maintenance, turn off the engine and disconnect the fuel tank and battery.
Change engine oil and oil filter after first 8 hours of operation.
Maintenance should be done by qualified personnel only.
Change foam and paper air intake filters and spark plugs after first 25 hours of operation.
Checking Oil Levels and Filters
Check Oil Level: Starting the engine without the proper amount of oil will cause severe engine damage. Always keep
the engine oil level between the full and add marks on the dipstick. Do not loosen oil fill cap or remove dipstick while
engine is running.
•• Park your machine on a level surface.
•• Turn the oil fill cap counter clockwise and then lift from the fill tube.
•• Wipe the dip stick clean and push it back into the oil fill tube until the cap seats and then withdraw it to
check: the oil level. (Do not screw cap on to check oil). Add if necessary. If the oil level is low, add API
Class SM oil having a SAE viscosity grade appropriate for the expected temperatures as indicated in the
Operators Manual (Usually a HD30 or 10W30).
•• Important Note: Do Not Overfill
•• Replace oil cap.
Inspect fuel hoses and fittings for wear and leaks. Have all worn hoses and leaks repaired before operating.
Look and listen for exhaust leaks. Have all leaks repaired before operating.
Check the carburetor filter and air filter for debris. Clean and replace if necessary.
Connect fuel hose to tank by screwing the hose fitting to tank. You must tighten all the way down to make fuel
connection. Turn tank knob slowly until you hear the flow of fuel into fuel system.
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ENGINE PREPARATION AND OPERATION (continued)
Installing the Propane Cylinder
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Take machine to a well ventilated area.
Check cylinder for overfill.
Place cylinder on the machine in tank holding area and secure strap.
Attach the propane hose coupling and fully tighten.
Open service valve slowly. Be alert for the odor of propane that may indicate a leak.
To remove the cylinder, reverse the procedure.
Starting the Engine
Before starting the engine, read the Owner's Manual and the Engine Operation Manual.
The engine is equipped with a 12 volt starter and a key switch start.
1. Install the propane cylinder following the instructions in the “Installing the Propane Cylinder” section
Warning: Start the machine with the floor tools in the running position, flat on the floor.
2. Pull the choke lever to the choke position and then turn the ignition - key switch to the 'start' position and hold it there until the engine starts.
Caution: Do not crank for more than 20 seconds at a time and wait at least one minute between tries when cranking. See the troubleshooting guide if the engine does not start after several tries.
3. After engine starts, depress the choke lever to the off position and then set the throttle so that the centrifugal clutch will not engage until the engine has warmed up (less than 1500 RPM). Do not operate the machine until the engine has warmed up sufficiently (3 to 5 minutes).
4. Check for frost on the regulator and fuel line. Frost will indicate that the machine is drawing liquid propane from an overfilled or incorrect tank.
Warning: Do not run engine with throttle in the choke position! Excessive harmful emissions will be produced.
Personal harm or engine damage may occur.
Stopping the Engine
1.
2.
3.
Set the throttle to the lowest position.
Turn propane tank valve to the closed position (turn clockwise) and allow the engine to continue running until it runs out of fuel.
Turn key to the off position.
In an emergency, immediately press and hold the kill switch and turn the key to the 'off' position. Backfiring
may occur when using this method.
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MACHINE AND WORK AREA PREPARATIONS
Caution: Before performing any maintenance or machine preparation, turn off the engine and disconnect the fuel
tank and battery.
If using the solution tank to dispense liquid on the floor, fill the tank with the desired chemical to be used.
Perform all engine and machine checks and maintenance as needed.
Transport Wheel Installation
Caution: Do not install the transport wheel with the engine running.
Warning: Transport Wheel Installation Requires two people!
To install the Transport Wheel Support Arm follow these steps:
1. Extend the handle to the Tool Change Position. Press downward on the handle bar until the back of machine rests on the ground.
2. While holding the handle down, have an assistant release the locking pin on the Transport Receiver and slide the Transport Wheel Support Arm into the Transport Receiver.
3. Slowly lower the machine back onto the level surface.
4. Collapse the handle back into the Transport Position.
Transport Wheel Removal
Caution: The transport wheel must be removed before starting the engine.
Warning: Transport Wheel Removal Requires two people!
To remove the Transport Wheel Support Arm follow these steps:
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1.
2.
3.
4.
Extend the handle to the Tool Change Position. Press downward on the handle bar until the back of machine rests on the ground.
While holding the handle down, have an assistant release the locking pin on the Transport Receiver and remove the Transport Wheel Support Arm.
Slowly lower the machine back onto the level surface.
Collapse the handle back into the Operating Position.
TOOL DRIVE PLATE INSTALLATION
Betco Crete Rx Honing & Polishing Tool Installation
The drive plates provided with this machine are specifically designed for the BETCO® Crete Rx™ Concrete Floor
System. These instructions are based on the use of this system.
With the transport wheel installed:
1. Check the drive plate and tool holders to ensure they are properly installed.
2. Check the Velcro on both the tool holder and tools to be installed.
3. Install the tools by firmly pressing a single tool into each of the tool holders and slightly twisting to ensure the Velcro properly adheres.
Area Preparation
This floor machine is designed to be used only on concrete and terrazzo floors. Use on any other surface may cause
personal harm, damage to property, or damage to the machine. Work areas should be prepared following these
steps:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Ensure that the area is free of objects protruding from the floor and loose pieces of flooring.
The area to be worked on should allow adequate room for machine operation.
Proper ventilation must be used to prevent harmful gases from building up.
Do not use the machine in a work area where others are present and may be harmed.
Clean the floor of any loose debris and dirt.
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MACHINE OPERATIONS
Caution: Never tip the machine back while the engine is running.
Honing Process
1. Ensure work area is a level surface and free from loose debris.
2. Start the engine following the instructions in the “Starting the Engine” section.
3. Increase the engine throttle to 3150 RPM.
4. Slowly walk forward as the deck and satellites spin up to full speed.
5. Utilize the solution on/off switch to adequately soak the work area with BETCO Liquigrind solution.
6. Progress through the work area at 30 ft/min using the BETCO® Crete Rx™ Honing Tool.
7. Ensure to overlap each pass by at least 1/3 of the deck’s width.
8. Multiple passes over the working area may be required.
9. Stop the engine following the instructions in the “Stopping the Engine” section.
10.Ensure the solution tank valve is fully closed.
11.Follow the Honing process with proper slurry removal steps.
Polishing Process
1. Ensure work area is a level surface and free from loose debris.
2. Start the engine following the instructions in the “Starting the Engine” section.
3. Increase the engine throttle to 3150 RPM.
4. Slowly walk forward as the deck and satellites spin up to full speed.
5. Progress through the work area at 30 ft/min using the BETCO Crete Rx Polishing Tool.
Note: The Betco Crete Rx Polishing step is performed dry with no solution on the work area.
6. Ensure to overlap each pass by at least 1/3 of the deck’s width.
7. Multiple passes over the working area may be required.
8. Stop the engine following the instructions in the “Stopping the Engine” section.
9. Follow the Polishing process with proper dust removal steps.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
PROBLEM
CAUSE
POSSIBLE SOLUTION
Battery is dead
Recharge battery or replace
if necessary
Loose wire or bad connection
Check wires and connections
Bad electrical component
Replace bad component
Fuel system problem
Refer to engine owner’s manual
and read IMPORTANT below
Propane tank shut off valve in
off position
Open propane tank shut off
valve completely
Low oil
Add oil
Fuel system problem
Refer to engine owner’s manual
and read IMPORTANT below
Propane tank empty
Fill propane tank
Engine problem
Refer to engine owner’s manual
and read IMPORTANT below
Throttle lever in slow position
Push throttle lever to fast position
Propane tank shut off valve not
fully open
Open propane tank shut off
valve completely
Some type of engine problem
Refer to engine owner’s manual
and read IMPORTANT below
Out of propane
Replace propane tank with
full propane tank
Low oil
Add oil
Intake air filter is dirty
Remove air intake filter and clean
Incorrect oil level
Add or remove oil to achieve
proper oil level
Lacks power
Some type of engine problem
Refer to engine owner’s manual
and read IMPORTANT below
Engine stops and will restart, but
stops again
Emission shut-down
system engaged
Refer to engine owner’s manual
and read IMPORTANT below
Nothing here fixes the problem
Problem could have several causes
Read IMPORTANT below
Loose bolts on engine or deck
Inspect and tighten all bolts
Improperly installed tools
With help, check and reinstall
tools if needed.
Incorrect oil level
Add or remove oil to achieve
proper oil level
Engine overloaded
See engine owner’s manual
for servicing
Some type of engine problem
Refer to engine owner’s manual
and read IMPORTANT below
Engine will not turn over
Engine turns over, but will not start
Hard to start
Engine stops suddenly and will
not restart
Engine overheats
Excessive vibration
IMPORTANT: Propane fueled combustion engines produce dangerous gases and must be serviced by authorized
service personnel trained specifically to service propane fueled engines and fuel systems. The troubleshooting
tips are not intended to take the place of authorized service personnel. If you are unsure of what to do contact an
authorized service personnel. Before working on this machine you must be familiar with the safety instructions in
this manual.
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FLOATING HEAD DECK ASSEMBLY
E13015 E13039 E13173
E13128
E13038
E10135
E13159
E13037
E13013
E13114
E13006
E13174
E13009
E13012
E13014
E13021
E13053
E81713
E13160
E13002
E13036
E13016
E13104
E10135
E13135
E81062
E13138
E13037
E13032
E13020
E10135
E13155
E13085
E13149
E13163
E13164
E13026
E13000
E13026
E13028
E13172
E13142
E13029
E13029
E81713
E13053
E13015
E13028
E13026
E13024
E13022
E13036
E13023
E13010
E13033
E13026
E13029
E13003
E13060
E13034
E13005
E13001
E13008
E13007
E13004
E13019
E13035
E10135
E13166
E13037
E10135
E13134
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FLOATING HEAD DECK ASSEMBLY PARTS LISTING
Part#Description
Qty.
Part#Description
Qty.
E10135
Washer, Flat, 3/8"
24
E13034
Washer, Flat, 1" SAE
2
E13000
Frame, Engine Platform
1
E13035
Nut, Hex, 1"-14, Slotted
2
E13001
Bracket, Transport Arm
1
E13036
Screw, Hex Cap, 3/8"-16 x 1-1/4"
10
E13002
Handle Assembly
1
E13037
Nut, Nyloc, 3/8"-16
12
E13003
Axle, Main Wheel, 13"
2
E13038Throttle
1
E13004
Pin, Cotter
2
E13039
Hour Meter, Mini Tach
1
E13005
T-Nut, 5/8"-11 Coarse"
4
E13053
Nut, Nyloc, 1/4"-20
3
E13006
Pin, Handle
2
E13060
Bearing, Wheel
4
E13007
Wheel, Transport
1
E13085
Washer, Split Lock, 5/16", Zinc
4
E13008
Transport Wheel Support Arm
1
E13104
Wiring Harness
1
E13009
Choke Cable, Push/Pull
1
E13114
Switch, Engine Shut Off, (Switch Only)
1
E13010
Wheel Assembly, 10" x 2"
2
E13128
Switch, Solution On/Off, (Switch Only)
1
E13012
Switch, Key
1
E13134
Splash Guard
1
E13013
Key (1)
1
E13135
Tank Latch
1
E13014
Handle Grip
2
E13138
Tape, Velcro
4
E13015
Pin, Quick Disconnect
2
E13142
Arm Support
2
E13016
Cap, Flexible Push On
1
E13149
Screw, Socket Head Button, 1/4"-20 x 1"
2
E13019
Spacer, Wheel, 5/8"
2
E13155
Screw, Hex Cap, 5/16"-18 x 1"
4
E13020
Arm, Pivot
2
E13159
Screw, Socket Head Button, 3/8"-16 x 1
2
E13021
Battery Box, Metal
1
E13160
Screw, Hex Head, 1/4"-20 x 5-1/2"
1
E13022
Pin, Pivot
2
E13163
Screw, Socket Head Cap, 7/16"-14 x 1-3/4"
4
E13023E-Clip
4
E13164
Cover, Front Pulley
1
E13024
Fitting, Grease
2
E13166
Spacer, Wheel, 1/2"
2
E13026
Washer, Flat, 5/8" SAE
14
E13172
Dome Plug
1
E13028
Washer, Split Lock, 5/8"
8
E13173
Nut, Hex, 6-32
2
E13029
Screw, Hex Cap, 5/8"-11 x 2", SS GR8
12
E13174
Screw, Round Combo Head, 6-32 x 2-1/2"
2
E13032
Screw, Hex Cap, 5/8"-11 x 6" Tap, SS GR8
2
E81062
Washer, Flat, 5/16" USS
4
E13033
Spacer, 1/2" x 5/8"
2
E81713
Washer, Flat, 1/4"
4
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IDLER ASSEMBLY
E13043
E13025
E88673
E13040
E13041
E13042
E10135
E13037
16
IDLER ASSEMBLY PARTS LISTING
Part#Description
Qty.
Part#Description
Qty.
E10135
Washer, Flat, 3/8"
1
E13041
Bushing, Shoulder, 3/4"
1
E13025
Screw, Hex Cap, 3/8"-16 x 1"
1
E13042
Pulley, Idler
1
E13037
Nut, Nyloc, 3/8"-16
1
E13043
Screw, Hex Cap, 3/8"-16 x 2-1/2"
1
E13040
Arm, Tensioner
1
E88673
Washer, Fender, 3/8" ID, 1-1/4"
1
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SOLUTION SYSTEM
E13050
E13049
E13055
E13052
E13054
E13052
E13053
DECAL
ADDITIONAL HOSE CLAMPS
E13161 (x3) REQUIRED
E13161
E13044
E13048
E13130
E13045
E13047
E13173
E13046
E13174
E10135
E13018
E13055
E13162
E13161
E13139
E13051
E13037
E10135
E13036
18
E10135
SOLUTION SYSTEM PARTS LISTING
Part#Description
Qty.
Part#Description
Qty.
E10135
Washer, Flat, 3/8"
12
E13051
Bracket, Solution Tank
1
E13018
Washer, Split Lock, 3/8"
4
E13052
Fitting, Male Thread, 1/2" Barb
2
E13036
Screw, Hex Cap, 3/8"-16 x 1-1/4"
4
E13053Decal
1
E13037
Nut, Nyloc, 3/8"-16
4
E13054
Valve, Ball, 1/2"
1
E13044
Nipple, 1/2" Pipe x 1-1/4"
1
E13055
Hose, 1/2" Flexible
1
E13045
Elbow, Female and Male, 1/2" NPT, PVC
1
E13130
Solenoid, Solution, 12V
1
E13046
Coupling, 1/2" PVC
1
E13139
Fitting, Female Thread, 1/2" Barb
1
E13047
Coupling, Female, Quick
1
E13161
Hose Clamp
6
E13048
Coupling, Male, Quick
1
E13162
Screw, Hex Head, 3/8"-16 x 3/4"
4
E13049
Tank, Solution
1
E13173
Nut, Hex, 6-32
2
E13050
Cap Assembly, Solution Tank
1
E13174
Screw, Round Combo Head, 6-32 x 2-1/2"
2
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GEAR BOX ASSEMBLY
E13056
E13057
E13058
E13157
E13028
E13026
E13140
E13140
E13061
E13141
E13063
E13064
E13146
E12407
E13067
E13066
E13149
E13070
E13064
E13069
E13037
E10135
E13073
20
E13165
E13025
E13133
E13143
E13081
GEAR BOX ASSEMBLY PARTS LISTING
Part#Description
Qty.
Part#Description
Qty.
E10135
Washer, Flat, 3/8"
3
E13067
Morflex 602
3
E12407
Washer, Flat, 1/2" USS
12
E13069
Cover, Bolt, Drive Plate
3
E13025
Screw, Hex Cap, 3/8"-16 x 1"
3
E13070
Plate, Drive, 13"
3
E13026
Washer, Flat, 5/8" SAE
4
E13073
4-Leaf Clover 3
E13028
Washer, Split Lock, 5/8"
4
E13081
Key Stock
3
E13037
Nut, Nyloc, 3/8"-16
3
E13133
Plate, Steel Diamond, 13"
3
E13056
Bushing, Pulley
1
E13140Bearing
2
E13057
Key Stock
1
E13141
Belt, BX-55
1
E13058
Pulley, 12-3/4"
1
E13143
Screw, Hex Head, 3/8"-16 x 1"
3
E13061
Housing, Bearing
1
E13146
Nut, Nyloc, 1/2"-13
12
E13063Gearbox
1
E13149
Screw, Socket Head Button, 1/4"-20 x 1"
6
E13064
Screw, Hex Cap, 1/2"-13 x 3"
12
E13157
Screw, Hex Cap, 5/8"-18 x 1-1/2"
4
E13066
Morflex, Flange Keyed
3
E13165
Washer, Fender, 3/8" ID
3
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ENGINE POWER SYSTEM
E13086
E13082
E81062
E13075
E13168
E13083
E13169
E88550
E13170
E13171
E13080
E13088
E81062
E13084
E13175
E13077
E13137
E13085
E13087
E13148
E13078
E13076
E13089
E13086
E13084
22
E81062
ENGINE POWER SYSTEM PARTS LISTING
Part#Description
Qty.
Part#Description
Qty.
E13075
Engine, 22HP, Complete
1
E13088
Centrifugal Clutch
1
E13076
Clamp, Muffler
1
E13089
Spacer, Muffler, Aluminum
1
E13077
Muffler, 22HP
1
E13137
Washer, Clutch
1
E13078
Manifold, Vertical
1
E13148
Screw, Hex Head, 7/16"-20 x 1-1/4"
1
E13080
Spacer, Clutch
1
E13168
Hose, Oil Drain, 18"
1
E13082
Battery, 12V
1
E13169
Clamp, Oil Drain Pinch
1
E13083
Battery Cable Assembly
1
E13170
Clamp, Hose, Self Tightening
1
E13084
Screw, Hex Head, 5/16"-18 x 1-3/4"
5
E13171Key
1
E13085
Washer, Split Lock, 5/16"
4
E13175
Gasket, Manifold
2
E13086
Nut, Nyloc, 5/16"-18
5
E81062
Washer, Flat, 5/16", Zinc
10
E13087
Nut, Hex, 8mm x 1.25
4
E88550
Tank, Propane
1
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ENGINE AND CARBURETOR
E13103
E13107
E13108
E13102
E13105
E13106
E13090
E13101
E13127
E13091
E13136
E13096
E13100
E13126
E13098
E13092
E13176
E13094
E13099
E13092
E13095
E13093
E13093
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E13097
E13093
E13177
ENGINE AND CARBURETOR PARTS LISTING
Part#Description
Qty.
Part#Description
Qty.
E13090
Support, Recoil Cage
1
E13102
Support, Bonnet Filter
1
E13091
Hose, Vacuum, 39"
1
E13103
Filter, Foam Recoil
1
E13092
Gasket, Insulator
2
E13105
Spark Plug, BPR4EY
2
E13093
Gasket, Air Cleaner
3
E13106
Filter, Oil
1
E13094
Insulator, w/ Vacuum Tube Port
1
E13107
Screw, Hex Head, 1/4"-20 x 4-1/2"
1
E13095
Cap, Rubber
1
E13108
Washer, Fender, 1/4" ID, 1" OD
1
E13096
Carburetor Assembly, 22HP
1
E13126
Valve, Oil Drain
1
E13097
Fuel Load Block
1
E13127
Clamp, Throttle Cable
1
E13098
Hose, Fuel, 40"
1
E13136
Tube, Vacuum
1
E13099
Screw, M6 x 130
2
E13176
Cover, Air Filter
1
E13100Spacer
1
E13177
Nut, Wing
1
E13101
1
Air Cleaner, w/ Foam Pre-Filter
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EMISSION SHUT DOWN
E13154
E13109
E13110
26
EMISSION SHUT DOWN PARTS LISTING
Part#Description
Qty.
Part#Description
Qty.
E13109
Emission Warning, (Just Box)
1
E13154
Screw, Phillips Head, 6-32 x 5/8"
2
E13110
Oxygen Sensor (Only)
1
E13111 Emission Shut Down, Complete
1
27
SOLUTION SWITCH
E13128
E13129
28
SOLUTION SWITCH PARTS LISTING
Part#Description
E13128
Switch, Solution On/Off, (Switch Only)
Qty.
1
Part#Description
E13129
Cable, Coiled
Qty.
1
29
ENGINE SHUT DOWN SWITCH
E13114
E13129
30
ENGINE SHUT DOWN SWITCH PARTS LISTING
Part#Description
E13114
Switch, Engine Shut down, (Switch Only)
Qty.
1
Part#Description
E13129
Cable, Coiled
Qty.
1
31
FUEL REGULATION
E13119
E13121
E13091
E13122
E13098
E13120
E13123
E13124
32
FUEL REGULATION PARTS LISTING
Part#Description
Qty.
Part#Description
Qty.
E13091
Hose, Vacuum, 39"
1
E13121
Fitting, Elbow, 3/16" Male Thread, 1/8"" Barb
1
E13098
Hose, Fuel, 40"
1
E13122
Fitting, Elbow, 3/8" Male Thread, 3/8" Barb
1
E13119
Regulator, 22HP
1
E13123
Hose, LP Tank to Regulator
1
E13120
Fuel Lock with Filter
1
E13124
Coupling, Quick
1
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ENGINE SHUT DOWN WIRING
GROUND LOCATION
GROUND WIRE
(GREEN)
STARTER
IGNITION
COIL WIRE
(BLACK)
LEGEND:
BLK = BLACK
ENGINE SHUT DOWN SWITCH WIRE
(PURPLE)
PUR = PURPLE
GRN= GREEN
CONNECTOR
= CONNECTOR
GRN
PUR
BLK
WIRING HARNESS
P/N: E13129
ENGINE SHUT DOWN SWITCH
P/N: E13114
IGNITION COIL
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ELECTRICAL WIRING DIAGRAM
SOLUTION
SWITCH
P/N: E13128
RED
FUEL
LOCK OFF
P/N: E13120
TACHOMETER
HOUR METER
P/N: E13039
WHT
WHT
RED
GRN
RED
EMISSION
SHUT DOWN BLK
P/N: E13109
BLU
OXYGEN
BLU
SENSOR
P/N: E13110
PUR
BLK
STARTER
SPARK PLUG
LEAD
REFER TO ROBIN
OWNERS MANUAL FOR
IGNITION AND CHARGING
CIRCUIT SCHEMATIC
BLU
RED
SOLUTION
SOLENOID
P/N: E13130
12 VOLT
BATTERY
RED
RED
PUR
GRN
WHT
WHT
WHT
BLK
WHT
WIREING HARNESS
P/N: E13104
BLK
WHT
PUR
KEY SWITCH
TERMINALS
KEY SWITCH
P/N: E13012
DIODE
GRN
OIL
SWITCH
P/N: E13178
WIRING HARNESS P/N: E13129
LEGEND:
WHT = WHITE
BLK = BLACK
RED = RED
GRN= GREEN
PUR= PURPLE
= CONNECTOR
OR
SPLICE
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EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT
YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
The California Air Resources Board and Betco Corporation are pleased to explain the emissions control system warranty on
your small off-road engine (SORE). In California and the other 49 States, new SORE must be designed, built and equipped
to meet stringent anti-smog standards. Betco Corporation must warrant the emission control system on your SORE for the
period of time listed below provided there has been no abuse, neglect or improper maintenance of your SORE.
Your emission control system may include parts such as the carburetor, fuel-injection system, the ignition system, catalytic
converter, fuel tanks, fuel lines, fuel caps, valves, canisters, filters, vapor hoses, clamps, connectors, and other associated
emission-related components.
Where a warrantable condition exists, Betco Corporation will repair your SORE at no cost to you including diagnosis, parts
and labor.
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY COVERAGE
The emission control system is warranted for two years. If any emission-related part on your equipment is defective, the part
will be repaired or replaced by Betco Corporation.
OWNER'S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES
As the small off-road engine (SORE) owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance listed in
your owner's manual. Betco Corporation recommends that you retain all receipts covering maintenance of your SORE engine,
but Betco Corporation cannot deny warranty solely for the lack of receipts or for your failure to ensure the performance of all
scheduled maintenance.
As the SORE owner you should however be aware that Betco Corporation may deny your warranty if your SORE or its part has
failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance or unapproved modification.
You are responsible for presenting your utility equipment engine to a Betco Corporation distribution center as soon as the
problem exists. The warranty repairs should be completed within a reasonable amount of time, not to exceed 30 days. If you
have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should contact Betco Corporation at 1-888-GOBETCO (1-888-462-3826).
Betco Corporation
1001 Brown Ave.
P.O. Box 3127
Toledo, Ohio 43607
USA
GENERAL EMISSIONS WARRANTY COVERAGE
Betco Corporation warrants to the ultimate purchaser and each subsequent purchaser that the equipment is designed, built
and equipped so as to conform with all applicable regulations; and free from defects in materials and workmanship that cause
the failure of a warranted part to be identical in all material respects to that part as described in Betco Corporation’s application for certification.
The warranty period begins on the date the equipment is delivered to an ultimate purchaser or first placed into service. The
warranty period is two years.
Subject to certain conditions and exclusions as stated below, the warranty on emission-related parts is as follows:
1. Any warranted part that is not scheduled for replacement as required maintenance in the written instructions supplied, is
warranted for the warranty period stated above. If the part fails during the period of warranty coverage, the part will be
repaired or replaced by Betco Corporation according to subsection (4) below. Any such part repaired or replaced under
warranty will be warranted for the remainder of the period.
2. Any warranted part that is scheduled only for regular inspection in the written instructions supplied is warranted for the
warranty period stated above. Any such part repaired or replaced under warranty will be warranted for the remaining warranty period.
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EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT
3. Any warranted part that is scheduled for replacement as required maintenance in the written instructions supplied is warranted for the period of time before the first scheduled replacement date for that part. If the part fails before the first scheduled
replacement, the part will be repaired or replaced by Betco Corporation according to subsection (4) below. Any such part
repaired or replaced under warranty will be warranted for 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 herein must be performed at a warranty station at
no charge to the owner.
5. Notwithstanding the provisions herein, warranty services or repairs will be provided at all of our distribution centers that are
franchised to service the subject engines or equipment.
6. The SORE owner will not be charged for diagnostic labor that is directly associated with diagnosis of a defective, emissionrelated warranted part, provided that such diagnostic work is performed at a warranty station.
7. Betco Corporation is liable for damages to other engine or equipment components proximately caused by a failure under
warranty of any warranted part.
8. Throughout the SORE warranty period stated above, Betco Corporation will maintain a supply of warranted parts sufficient to
meet the expected demand for such parts.
9. Any replacement part may 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 Betco Corporation.
10. Add-on or modified parts that are not exempted by the Air Resources Board may not be used. The use of any non-exempted
add-on or modified parts by the ultimate purchaser will be grounds for disallowing a warranty claims. Betco Corporation will
not be liable to warrant failures of warranted parts caused by the use of a non-exempted add-on or modified part.
WARRANTED PARTS
The repair or replacement of any warranted part otherwise eligible for warranty coverage may be excluded from such warranty
coverage if Betco Corporation demonstrates that the SORE has been abused, neglected, or improperly maintained, and that such
abuse, neglect, or improper maintenance was the direct cause of the need for repair or replacement of the part. That notwithstanding, any adjustment of a component that has a factory installed, and properly operating, adjustment limiting device is still
eligible for warranty coverage. The following emission warranty parts are covered:
1. Fuel system: carburetor, pressure regulator, and fuel lock off
2. Ignition system: spark plug, ignition coil assembly, and voltage regulator
3. Intake system: intake manifold and air filter
4. Exhaust system: exhaust manifold and catalytic converter
5. Miscellaneous items used in above systems: hoses, connectors, and assemblies.
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BETCO US WARRANTY POLICY
10 year coverage
3 Year Coverage
1 Year Coverage
Subject to the conditions stated below,
Betco warrants parts and labor on
rotationally molded polyethylene tanks/
housings and injection molded vacuum
head assemblies to be free from defects
in materials and workmanship for
a period of ten years to the original
purchaser.
Subject to the conditions stated below,
Betco warrants parts and labor on all
other Betco components to be free from
defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of three years to the
original purchaser.
• Lithium Ion battery for MotoMop™ is
a full 3 years
Subject to the conditions stated below,
Betco offers a limited warranty on parts
and labor on the following equipment:
parts and accessories to be free from
defects in materials and workmanship
for a period of one year to the original
purchaser.
• PowerUp™ 14 Upright Vacuum: #E29990-00
• Bac Pac Lite Vacuum: #85903-00
• FiberPRO® Floor Dryer: #85507-00
• WORKMAN™ Series Vacuums:
#85024-00, #85025-00, #83012-00,
#85027-00
• All Tools and Accessories
• All Battery Chargers
• Deep cycle batteries are pro-rated for
1 year
Allowable Travel Time Warranty Reimbursement:
Eligible equipment: All battery and propane powered equipment products. Warranty period: 90 days from date of sale to the
original purchaser. A maximum 180 mile round trip at 50 cents per mile will be allowed for warranty consideration.
Propane Machine Warranty:
Kawasaki/Subaru engines are warranted by Kawasaki/Subaru for a period of 2 years against manufacturer defects. All other
components (except wear items)* are warranted by Betco for a period of 3 years.
*Wear Items exempt from Warranty consideration include but may not be limited to: power cords, transport wheels,
vacuum bags, belts, squeegee blades, pad drivers, clutch plates, handle grips, filters, screens, throttle cables, brushes
and carbon brushes.
Subject to the conditions and exceptions stated in this warranty, Betco warrants the Betco products to be free from defects
in material and workmanship, under normal use and service, for the periods listed under the warranty policy to the original
purchaser. At any time during the warranty period, Betco will furnish replacement parts for the Betco parts to the original
purchaser. Such parts will be furnished and charged including transportation costs, to the original owner through any Betco
authorized Service Distributor. If the original part is returned within the warranty policy period from date of delivery for
inspection by Betco and is found to be defective the owner will be credited for the cost of replacement parts plus shipping and
handling. Replacement parts that have become defective through wear or abuse are not included in this warranty.
This warranty does not apply to damage or defect caused by accident, misuse. Negligence, fire, or to any Betco product which
has been serviced or repaired by other than an authorized Betco Service Distributor or Betco factory personnel. This warranty
is void if products are used for any purpose other than that which was intended. There are no other warranties expressed or
implied. In no event shall Betco be liable for incidental or consequential damages or any damage to person or property. (Please
note some states do not allow the exclusion or limitations for incidental and consequential damages).
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400 Van Camp • Bowling Green, Ohio 43402
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