Toro Multi Pro 1750 Turf Sprayer User manual

Toro Multi Pro 1750 Turf Sprayer User manual
Form No. 3439-644 Rev A
Multi Pro® 1750 Turf Sprayer
Model No. 41188—Serial No. 407182392 and Up
Register at www.Toro.com.
Original Instructions (EN)
*3439-644* A
Introduction
This product complies with all relevant European
directives; for details, please see the separate product
specific Declaration of Conformity (DOC) sheet.
This machine is designed primarily for off-road use
and is not intended for extensive driving on public
roads. Using this product for purposes other than
its intended use could prove dangerous to you and
bystanders.
It is a violation of California Public Resource Code
Section 4442 or 4443 to use or operate the engine on
any forest-covered, brush-covered, or grass-covered
land unless the engine is equipped with a spark
arrester, as defined in Section 4442, maintained in
effective working order or the engine is constructed,
equipped, and maintained for the prevention of fire.
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.
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.
Visit www.Toro.com for more information, including
safety tips, training materials, accessory information,
help finding a dealer, or to register your product.
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. Figure 1
identifies the location of the model and serial numbers
on the product. Write the numbers in the space
provided.
WARNING
CALIFORNIA
Proposition 65 Warning
The engine exhaust from this product
contains chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects,
or other reproductive harm.
Battery posts, terminals, and related
accessories contain lead and lead
compounds, chemicals known to
the State of California to cause
cancer and reproductive harm. Wash
hands after handling.
Use of this product may cause exposure
to chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects,
or other reproductive harm.
Important: With your mobile device, you can
scan the QR code on the serial number decal (if
equipped) to access warranty, parts, and other
product information.
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Figure 1
1. Model and serial number location
Model No.
Serial No.
This manual identifies potential hazards and has
safety messages identified by the safety-alert symbol
(Figure 2), which signals a hazard that may cause
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Engine Maintenance ........................................... 46
Engine Safety ................................................... 46
Checking the Air-Intake Screen ........................ 46
Servicing the Air Cleaner .................................. 46
Servicing the Engine Oil.................................... 47
Changing the Spark Plugs ................................ 49
Fuel System Maintenance ................................... 50
Replacing the Fuel Filter ................................... 50
Servicing the Carbon Canister .......................... 50
Draining the Fuel Tank ...................................... 51
Electrical System Maintenance ........................... 51
Electrical System Safety ................................... 51
Locating the Fuses ........................................... 51
Servicing the Battery......................................... 51
Drive System Maintenance .................................. 53
Inspecting the Wheels and Tires ....................... 53
Adjusting the Differential-Lock Cable ................ 53
Adjusting the Front Wheel Toe-in ...................... 54
Brake Maintenance ............................................. 55
Checking the Brake Fluid.................................. 55
Inspecting the Brakes ....................................... 55
Adjusting the Parking Brake.............................. 55
Hydraulic System Maintenance ........................... 56
Hydraulic System Safety................................... 56
Hydraulic Fluid Specification............................. 56
Checking the Transaxle/Hydraulic
Fluid .............................................................. 56
Changing Transaxle/Hydraulic Fluid ................. 56
Replacing the Hydraulic Filter .......................... 57
Checking the Hydraulic Lines and
Hoses............................................................ 57
Spray System Maintenance ................................. 58
Inspecting the Hoses ........................................ 58
Changing the Suction Filter............................... 58
Changing the Pressure Filter ............................ 58
Changing the Nozzle Filter................................ 59
Inspecting the Pump ......................................... 59
Inspecting the Nylon Pivot Bushings ................. 60
Adjusting the Booms to Level............................ 60
Cleaning .............................................................. 61
Cleaning the Flow Meter ................................... 61
Cleaning the Sprayer Valves............................. 62
Storage ................................................................... 71
Storage Safety.................................................. 71
Preparing the Sprayer System .......................... 71
Performing the Service Procedures .................. 72
Preparing the Engine and Battery ..................... 72
Preparing the Machine...................................... 72
Troubleshooting ...................................................... 73
Schematics ............................................................. 76
serious injury or death if you do not follow the
recommended precautions.
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Figure 2
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.
Contents
Safety ....................................................................... 4
General Safety ................................................... 4
Safety and Instructional Decals .......................... 5
Setup .......................................................................11
1 Installing the Anti-Siphon Fill
Receptacle.....................................................11
2 Checking the Section-Hinge Springs.............. 12
Product Overview ................................................... 13
Controls ........................................................... 15
Specifications .................................................. 19
Attachments/Accessories ................................. 19
Before Operation ................................................. 19
Before Operation Safety ................................... 19
Preparing the Machine...................................... 21
Breaking in a New Machine .............................. 22
Preparing the Sprayer....................................... 22
Locating the Spray Pump.................................. 29
During Operation ................................................. 30
During Operation Safety ................................... 30
Radio Clip......................................................... 31
Operating the Machine ..................................... 31
Using the Differential Lock ................................ 32
Operating the Sprayer ...................................... 33
Positioning the Spray Sections ......................... 33
Spraying Tips.................................................... 34
Unclogging a Nozzle......................................... 34
After Operation .................................................... 34
After Operation Safety ...................................... 34
Cleaning the Sprayer ........................................ 35
Maintenance ........................................................... 41
Maintenance Safety.......................................... 41
Recommended Maintenance Schedule(s) ........... 42
Daily Maintenance Checklist............................. 43
Notation for Areas of Concern........................... 44
Pre-Maintenance Procedures .............................. 44
Raising the Sprayer .......................................... 44
Lubrication .......................................................... 45
Greasing the Machine....................................... 45
Greasing the Sprayer Pump ............................. 45
Greasing the Section Hinges ............................ 46
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Safety
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 (Figure 2), which means Caution, Warning,
or Danger—personal safety instruction. Failure to
comply with the instruction may result in personal
injury or death.
This machine has been designed in accordance with
SAE J2258.
General Safety
This product is capable of causing personal injury.
Always follow all safety instructions to avoid serious
personal injury.
• Read and understand the contents of this
Operator’s Manual before starting the engine.
• Use your full attention while operating the
machine. Do not engage in any activity that
causes distractions; otherwise, injury or property
damage may occur.
• Use appropriate personal protective equipment
(PPE) to guard against contact with chemicals.
Chemical substances used in the sprayer system
may be hazardous and toxic.
• Do not put your hands or feet near moving
components of the machine.
• Do not operate the machine without all guards
and other safety protective devices in place and
working on the machine.
• Keep clear of any discharge area of the sprayer
nozzles and spray drift. Keep bystanders and
children out of the operating area.
• Never allow children to operate the machine.
• Shut off the engine, remove the key (if equipped),
and wait for all movement to stop before you leave
the operator’s position. Allow the machine to cool
before adjusting, servicing, cleaning, or storing it.
Improperly using or maintaining this machine 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 these instructions
may result in personal injury or death.
Not all the attachments that adapt to this machine
are covered in this manual. Refer to the operator’s
manual provided with each attachment for additional
safety instructions.
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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 missing.
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106-9206
120–0622
1. Wheel torque specifications
1. Warning—read the
Operator’s Manual.
2. Read the Operator's Manual.
3. Chemical burn hazard;
toxic gas inhalation
hazard—wear hand and
skin protection; wear eye
and respiratory protection.
2. Warning—do not enter the
sprayer tank.
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120–0616
1. Warning—read the Operator’s Manual; use fresh, clean
water for first-aid washing.
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120-0617
1. Pinch point—keep hands away from the hinge.
2. Crushing hazard, boom—keep bystanders away.
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125–4125
1. Turn the throttle
lock/speed lock on/off
2. Sonic boom (optional)
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3. Turn the foam makers
on/off (optional)
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133-8062
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125–4128
1. Raise/lower left section
4. Engine—run
2. Raise/lower right section
5. Engine—shut off
3. Engine—start
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125–4129
1. Left section
3. Right section
2. Center section
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137-4289
1. Gear selection
5. Toggle headlights ON/OFF
2. Lock differential lock
3. Unlock differential lock
4. Horn
6. Sonic Boom—ON
7. Sonic Boom—OFF
8. Rewind hose reel
(optional)
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125–6694
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1. Tie down location
125–8114
1. Rate lockout
locked/unlocked
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2. Toggle rinse pump on/off
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127–3937
1. Warning—do not step.
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127–3935
1. Parking brake
3. For information on shutting
off the engine, read the
Operator’s Manual—1)
Press down on the brake
pedal; 2) Set the gear to
neutral; 3) Engage the
parking brake; 4) Release
the brake pedal; 5) Turn
the ignition key to STOP
position; 6) Remove the
key from the ignition.
2. For information on starting
the engine, read the
Operator’s Manual—1)
Engage the parking brake;
2) Insert the key into the
ignition; 3) Turn the key to
the engine run position.
4. Entanglement hazard,
belt—keep away from
moving parts; keep all
guards and shields in
place.
2. Warning—keep away from
hot surfaces.
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3. Entanglement hazard,
belt—keep away from
moving parts; keep all
guards and shields in
place.
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127–3942
1. Read the Operator’s
Manual for information on
fuses.
2. 10 A—Ignition
6. 7.5 A
7. 7.5 A
3. 15 A—Sprayer section
8. 2 A—TEC
4. 15 A—Headlights
9. 30 A—Rinse tank
5. 7.5 A
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127-6976
1. Decrease
2. Increase
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127–3939
1. Warning—read the
3. Cutting/dismemberment
Operator’s Manual; always
hazard—keep arms and
wear a seat belt when
legs inside the machine at
operating the machine; do
all times.
not tip the machine.
2. Falling hazard—do not
carry passengers on the
sprayer tank.
4. Warning—do not drill,
weld, or alter the ROPS
system.
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127-6979
1. Bypass-return flow
2. Flow
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3. Agitation flow
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130-8293
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127-6981
1. Bypass-return flow
3. Boom spray
2. Flow
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127-6982
1. Bypass-return flow
2. Boom spray
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127-6984
1. Flow
2. Tank-return flow
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1. Sprayer off
5. Increase speed
2. Sprayer on
6. Decrease speed
3. Engine on
7. Agitation on
4. Engine off
8. Agitation off
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133-0382
1. Read the Operator's Manual for more information about maintenance.
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127–3941
1. Warning—do not operate the machine without proper training; 4. Electrical shock hazard, overhead power lines—check the
read the Operator’s Manual.
area for overhead power lines before operating the machine
in the area.
2. Warning—keep bystanders away when operating the
5. Warning—Engage the parking brake, shut off the engine, and
machine.
remove the key from the ignition before leaving the machine.
3. Warning—keep away from moving parts; keep all guards and
shields in place.
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6. Tipping hazard—Move slowly when the sprayer tank is full;
move slowly when driving over rough terrain; do not turn at
high speed; turn slowly; drive slowly when driving across or
up slopes.
Setup
Media and Additional Parts
Description
Starter key
Operator's Manual
Engine owner's manual
Parts Catalog Instruction Card
Operator training materials
Screen filter
Qty.
Use
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1
1
1
1
2
Read the manuals and watch the training materials before
operating the machine.
Note: Determine the left and right sides of the machine from the normal operating position.
Note: If you have questions or need additional information regarding the spray control system, refer to the
Operator’s Manual supplied with the system.
Important: This sprayer is sold without spray nozzles.
To use the sprayer, you must obtain and install the nozzles. Contact your authorized Toro distributor for
information on the available section kit and accessories.
After you install the nozzles and before using the sprayer for the first time, calibrate the sprayer flow
and calibrate the section bypass valves so that the pressure and application rate remains the same for
all sections when you turn 1 or more sections off. Refer to Calibrating the Sprayer Flow (page 26) and
Calibrating the Section-Bypass Valves (page 27).
flange-head bolt (5/16 x 3/4 inch) as shown in
Figure 3.
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Installing the Anti-Siphon
Fill Receptacle
Parts needed for this procedure:
1
90° fitting
1
Quick coupler
1
Hose adapter
1
Fill-receptacle bracket
1
Flange-head bolt (5/16 x 3/4 inch)
1
Anti-siphon hose
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Figure 3
Procedure
1.
Place the fill-receptacle bracket over the
threaded hole in the tank and secure it with a
1. Fill-receptacle bracket
5. Quick coupler
2. Threaded hole in the tank
6. Hose adapter
3. Flange bolt (5/16 x 3/4
inch)
7. Anti-siphon hose
4. 90° elbow fitting
2.
Place the threaded end of the 90° elbow fitting
through the bracket and thread the quick coupler
onto it, securing it to the bracket (Figure 3).
Note: Install the fitting with the open end
pointing toward the large opening in the bracket
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and toward the tank opening so that the water
arcs into the tank when you fill it.
3.
Install the hose adapter into the quick coupler
(Figure 3).
4.
Lock the adapter into place by swinging the
levers toward the adapter and then secure them
with the hairpin cotters (Figure 3).
5.
Install the anti-siphon hose through the large
opening on the bracket and onto the barbed end
of the 90° elbow fitting (Figure 3).
Important: Do not lengthen the hose to
allow contact with the tank fluids.
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Figure 4
Checking the Section-Hinge
Springs
1. Section-hinge spring
3. Compressed spring
dimension—4 cm (1-1/2
inches)
2. Jam nut
No Parts Required
Procedure
Important: Operating the spray system with
the section-hinge springs under the incorrect
compression could damage the boom assembly.
Measure the springs and use the jam nut to
compress the springs to 4 cm (1-1/2 inches) if
necessary.
The sprayer is shipped with the section extensions
swung forward to facilitate shipping the machine.
The springs are not fully tightened at the time of
manufacture to allow the sections to be in this position
for transit. Before operating the machine, the springs
must be adjusted to the correct compression.
1.
If necessary, remove the packing components
that secure the right and left extension sections
during shipping.
2.
Support the sections while they are extended to
the spray position.
3.
At the section hinge, measure the compression
of the upper and lower springs while the sections
are in their extended position (Figure 4).
A.
All springs must be compressed until they
measure 4 cm (1-1/2 inches).
B.
Use the jam nut to compress any spring that
measure greater than 4 cm (1-1/2 inches).
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4.
Repeat the procedure for each spring on both
section hinges.
5.
Move the sections into the transport ‘X’ position.
See Positioning the Spray Sections (page 33)
for more information.
Product Overview
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Figure 5
1. Roll bar
4. Valve manifolds
7. Section-control cylinder
10. Left section
2. Anti-siphon receptacle
5. Right section
8. Agitation-throttle valve
11. Fuel tank
3. Chemical-tank lid
6. Center section
9. Pressure filter
12. Parking brake
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Figure 6
1. Right section
4. Fresh-water tank
2. Boom-transport cradle
5. Operator’s seat
3. Left section
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Controls
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Figure 7
1. InfoCenter
6. Range selector
11. Hose-reel-rewind button
(optional)
16. Supervisor (rate-lockout)
switch
2. Foam-marker switch
(optional)
7. Choke
12. Agitation switch
17. Master section switch
3. Pressure gauge
8. Headlight switch
13. Spray-pressure switch
18. Boom-section lift switches
9. Differential lock
14. Spray-pump switch
19. Throttle/speed lock switch
4. Engine switch
5. Left, center, and right
section switches
10. Sonic-boom switch
(optional)
15. Rinse-tank switch (optional)
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Accelerator Pedal
Parking Brake
The accelerator pedal (Figure 8) gives you the ability
to vary the ground speed of the sprayer. Pressing the
pedal increases ground speed. Releasing the pedal
slows the sprayer and reduces the engine speed to
idle.
The parking brake is a large lever to the left of the
seat (Figure 9). Engage the parking brake whenever
you leave the seat to prevent accidental movement of
the sprayer. To engage the parking brake, pull up and
back on the lever. To disengage, push it forward and
down. If the sprayer is parked on a steep grade, apply
the parking brake and place blocks at the downhill
side of the wheels.
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Figure 9
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Figure 8
1. Clutch pedal
1. Parking-brake lever
3. Accelerator pedal
2. Brake pedal
Hill Assist
Hill assist prevents the sprayer from rolling or jerking
by temporarily holding the sprayer on hilly terrain
when you move your foot from the brake pedal to the
accelerator pedal. To engage hill assist, engage the
clutch and push down on the brake pedal firmly. When
hill assist is engaged, the hill assist icon appears
on the InfoCenter; refer to the Multi Pro 1750 Turf
Sprayer Software Guide. Hill assist holds the machine
for 2 seconds after releasing the brake pedal.
Clutch Pedal
Fully press the clutch pedal (Figure 8) to disengage
the clutch when starting the engine or shifting
transmission gears. Release the pedal smoothly when
the transmission is in gear to prevent unnecessary
wear on the transmission and other related parts.
Important: Do not ride the clutch pedal during
operation. The clutch pedal must be fully out or
the clutch will slip, causing heat and wear. Never
hold the machine stopped on a hill using the
clutch pedal. Damage to the clutch may occur.
Note: The hill assist only temporarily holds the
machine: you cannot use it in place of the parking
brake.
Brake Pedal
Differential Lock
Use the brake pedal to stop or slow the sprayer
(Figure 8).
The differential lock allows you to lock the rear axle for
increased traction. You may engage the differential
lock (Figure 7) while the sprayer is in motion. Move
the lever forward and to the right to engage the lock.
CAUTION
Note: You may need to drive the machine forward
while turning slightly to engage or disengage the
differential lock.
Brakes can become worn or can be adjusted
incorrectly resulting in personal injury.
If brake pedal travels to within 2.5 cm (1 inch)
of the sprayer floor board, adjust or repair the
brakes.
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Master Section Switch
CAUTION
The master section switch (Figure 7) is located on the
side of the console and to the right of the operator’s
seat. It allows you to start or stop the spray operation.
Press the switch to enable or disable the spray
system.
Turning with the differential lock on can result
in loss of machine control.
Do not operate with differential lock on when
making sharp turns or at high speeds; refer to
Using the Differential Lock (page 32).
Left, Center, and Right Section
Switches
Choke Control
The choke control is a small knob behind the range
selector (Figure 7). To start a cold engine, pull the
choke control up. After the engine starts, regulate
the choke to keep the engine running smoothly. As
soon as possible, push the control down to the OFF
position. A warm engine requires little or no choking.
The left, center, and right section switches are located
on the control panel (Figure 7). Toggle each switch
forward to turn the corresponding section on and
rearward to turn them off. When the switch is turned
on, a light on the switch illuminates. These switches
affect the spray system only when the master section
switch is on.
Range Selector
Pump Switch
The range selector (Figure 7) has 5 positions: 3
forward speeds, NEUTRAL, and REVERSE. The engine
starts only when the range selector is in the NEUTRAL
position.
The pump switch is located on the control panel to the
right of the seat (Figure 7). Toggle this switch forward
to run the pump or rearward to stop the pump.
Important: The pump switch engages only when
Ignition Switch
the engine is at low idle to avoid damaging the
pump drive.
The ignition switch (Figure 7), has 3 positions: STOP,
RUN, and START . Rotate the key clockwise to the
START position to start the engine and release it to
the RUN position when started. Rotate the key to the
STOP position to shut off the engine.
Application-Rate Switch
The application-rate switch is located on the control
panel to the right of the seat (Figure 7). Press and
hold the switch forward to increase the spray system
pressure, or press and hold it rearward to decrease
the pressure.
Headlight Switch
Toggle the switch to operate the headlights (Figure
7). Push it forward to turn the lights on and rearward
to turn them off.
Supervisor (Rate-Lockout) Switch
Throttle/Speed-Lock Switch
The supervisor switch is located on the control panel
to the right of the seat (Figure 7). Turn the key
counterclockwise to the LOCK position to disable the
application-rate switch, thereby keeping anyone from
accidentally changing the application rate. Turn the
key clockwise to the UNLOCKED position to enable the
application-rate switch.
When the range selector is in the NEUTRAL position,
you can use the accelerator pedal to speed up the
engine, then push the switch below the InfoCenter
forward to set the engine at that speed. This
is necessary to run the chemical agitation while
stationary or operating attachments such as the hand
sprayer (Figure 7).
Boom-Section Lift Switches
Important: The range selector must be in the
The boom-section lift switches are located on the
control panel and are used to raise the outer boom
sections.
NEUTRAL position and the parking brake must be
set for the switch to work.
Fuel Gauge
Hour Meter
The fuel gauge is located on top of the fuel tank, on
the left side of the machine, and shows the amount of
fuel in the tank.
The hour meter indicates the total number of hours
the engine has run. This number is displayed on the
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Section-Bypass Shutoff Valve
first screen of the InfoCenter. The hour meter starts
to function whenever the key is turned to the RUN
position.
The section bypass shutoff valve redirects the fluid
flow for a section to the tank when you turn off the
section. You can adjust the section bypass to ensure
that the section pressure remains constant no matter
how many sections are on. Refer to Adjusting the
Section Bypass Valves (page 28).
Foam-Marker Switch Locations
(Optional)
If you install the Foam Marker kit, you will add switches
to the control panel for controlling their operation. The
sprayer comes with plastic plugs in these locations.
Agitation Valve
This valve is located on the rear of the tank (Figure
10). When agitation is on, the flow is directed through
the agitation nozzles in the tank. When agitation is off,
the flow is directed through the pump suction.
Regulating (Rate-Control) Valve
This valve, located behind the tank (Figure 10),
controls the amount of fluid routed to the sections or
the rate return to the tank.
Pressure Gauge
The pressure gauge is located on the control panel
(Figure 7). This gauge shows the pressure of the fluid
in the system in psi and kPa.
InfoCenter LCD Display
The InfoCenter LCD display shows information about
your machine and battery pack, such as the current
battery charge, the speed, diagnostics information,
and more (Figure 7).
For more information, refer to the Multi Pro 1750
Software Guide.
Agitation-Throttle Valve
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Figure 10
1. Regulating (rate-control)
valve
2. Agitation valve
The agitation-throttle valve is used to reduce the flow
available for the agitation circuit. It provides additional
flow for the sections.
4. Flow meter
5. Section valves
3. Master section valve
Master-Section Valve
The master-section valve (Figure 10) controls the flow
to the flow meter and section valves.
Flow meter
The flow meter measures the flow rate of the fluid for
use by the InfoCenter system (Figure 10).
Section Bypass Valves
These valves turn the right, center, and left sections
on or off (Figure 10).
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Specifications
Operation
Note: Specifications and design are subject to
Note: Determine the left and right sides of the
machine from the normal operating position.
change without notice.
Weight with standard spray
system, empty, without
operator
953 kg (2,100 lb)
Weight with standard spray
system, full, without operator
1678 kg (3,700 lb)
Maximum gross vehicle weight
(GVW) (on level ground)
1814 kg (4,000 lb)
Overall length with standard
spray system
343 cm (135 inches)
Overall height with standard
spray system
191 cm (75 inches)
Overall height with standard
spray system to the top of
the sections stored in the X
position
246 cm (97 inches)
Overall width with standard
spray system sections stored
in the ‘X’ position
178 cm (70 inches)
Ground clearance
14 cm (5.5 inches)
Wheel base
155 cm (61 inches)
Tank capacity (includes the
CE 5% overflow)
Before Operation
Before Operation Safety
General Safety
• Never allow children or untrained people to
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662 L (175 US gallons)
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Attachments/Accessories
A selection of Toro approved attachments and
accessories is available for use with the machine to
enhance and expand its capabilities. Contact your
authorized Toro distributor.
•
To ensure optimum performance and continued safety
certification of the machine, use only genuine Toro
replacement parts and accessories. Replacement
parts and accessories made by other manufacturers
could be dangerous, and such use could void the
product warranty.
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operate or service the machine. Local regulations
may restrict the age of the operator. The owner
is responsible for training all operators and
mechanics.
Become familiar with the safe operation of the
equipment, operator controls, and safety signs.
Shut off the engine, remove the key (if equipped),
and wait for all movement to stop before you leave
the operator’s position. Allow the machine to cool
before adjusting, servicing, cleaning, or storing it.
Know how to stop the machine and shut off the
engine quickly.
Check that operator-presence controls, safety
switches, and guards are attached and functioning
properly. Do not operate the machine unless they
are functioning properly.
If the machine does not function correctly or is
damaged in any way, do not use the machine.
Correct the problem before you operate the
machine or attachment.
Ensure that all fluid line connectors are tight and
that all hoses are in good condition before applying
pressure to the system.
Fuel Safety
• Use extreme care in handling fuel. It is flammable
•
•
•
•
•
•
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and its vapors are explosive.
Extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and other
sources of ignition.
Use only an approved fuel container.
Do not remove the fuel cap or fill the fuel tank
while the engine is running or hot.
Do not add or drain fuel in an enclosed space.
Do not store the machine or fuel container where
there is an open flame, spark, or pilot light, such
as on a water heater or other appliance.
If you spill fuel, do not attempt to start the engine;
avoid creating any source of ignition until the fuel
vapors have dissipated.
Chemical Safety
• Chemicals and fumes are dangerous; never enter
the tank or place your head over or in the opening
of a tank.
Chemical substances used in the sprayer system
may be hazardous and toxic to you, bystanders, and
animals, and they may damage plants, soil, and other
property.
• Read the information on each chemical. Refuse to
operate or work on the sprayer if this information
is not available.
• Before working on a sprayer system, ensure
that it has been neutralized and triple rinsed
according to the recommendations of the chemical
manufacturer(s) and that all the valves have been
cycled 3 times.
• Verify that there is an adequate supply of clean
water and soap nearby, and immediately wash off
any chemicals that contact you.
• Carefully read and follow the chemical warning
labels and safety data sheets (SDSs) for all
chemicals used, and protect yourself according to
the chemical manufacturer's recommendations.
• Always protect your body while using chemicals.
Use the appropriate personal protective equipment
(PPE) to guard against contact with chemicals,
such as the following:
– safety glasses, goggles, and/or face shield
– a chemical suit
– a respirator or filter mask
– chemical-resistant gloves
– rubber boots or other substantial footwear
– a clean change of clothes, soap, and
disposable towels for cleanup
• Obtain proper training before using or handling
chemicals.
• Use the correct chemical for the job.
• Follow the chemical manufacturer's instructions for
the safely applying the chemical. Do not exceed
the recommended system application pressure.
• Do not fill, calibrate, or clean the machine while
people, especially children, or pets are in the area.
• Handle chemicals in a well-ventilated area.
• Do not eat, drink, or smoke while working near
chemicals.
• Do not clean spray nozzles by blowing through
them or placing them in your mouth.
• Always wash your hands and other exposed areas
as soon as possible after working with chemicals.
• Keep chemicals in their original packages and
stored in a safe location.
• Properly dispose of unused chemicals and
chemical containers as instructed by the chemical
manufacturer and your local codes.
• Follow all local, state, and federal regulations for
spreading or spraying chemicals.
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Preparing the Machine
Adding Fuel
Fuel Specification
Checking the Engine Oil
Petroleum Use unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 87
fuel
or higher ((R+M)/2 rating method).
The engine is shipped with oil in the crankcase;
however, the level of oil must be checked before you
first start the engine and after you have run it.
1.
Position the machine on a level surface.
2.
Remove the dipstick and wipe it with a clean rag
(Figure 11).
3.
Insert the dipstick into the tube and make sure
that it is seated fully. Remove the dipstick and
check the oil level.
Use an unleaded-gasoline blend with up to 10%
ethanol (gasohol) or 15% MTBE (methyl tertiary
butyl ether) by volume is acceptable. Ethanol and
MTBE are not the same.
Ethanol
blended
fuel
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.
Important: For best results, use only clean, fresh
fuel (less than 30 days old).
• Do not use gasoline containing methanol.
• Do not store fuel either in the fuel tank or fuel
containers over the winter unless you use a fuel
stabilizer.
• Do not add oil to gasoline.
Filling the Fuel Tank
The fuel tank capacity is approximately 19 L (5 US
gallons).
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Figure 11
1. Filler cap
4.
Note: The fuel-tank cap contains a gauge that shows
the fuel level; check it frequently.
1. Park the machine on a level surface, engage the
parking brake, shut off the engine, and remove
the key.
2. Clean the area around the fuel-tank cap (Figure
12).
2. Dipstick
If the oil level is low, remove the filler cap from
the valve cover (Figure 11) and pour oil into the
opening until the oil level is up to the FULL mark
on the dipstick; refer to Servicing the Engine Oil
(page 47) for the proper oil type and viscosity.
Note: Add the oil slowly and check the level
often during this process. Do not overfill.
5.
Install the dipstick firmly in place.
Checking the Air Pressure in the
Tire
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Figure 12
Service Interval: Before each use or daily—Check
the air pressure in the tires every 8
hours or daily.
1. Fuel-tank cap
Fill the tires with air to 138 kPa (20 psi). Also, check
the tires for wear or damage.
3.
4.
Note: Replace any worn or damaged tires.
2. Fuel gauge
Remove the fuel-tank cap.
Fill the tank to about 2.5 cm (1 inch) below the
top of the tank (bottom of the filler neck).
Note: This air space in the tank allows fuel to
5.
6.
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expand. Do not overfill the tank.
Install the fuel-tank cap to the tank securely.
Wipe up any spilled fuel.
Breaking in a New Machine
Selecting a Suction Filter
Service Interval: After the first 100 hours—To provide
proper performance and long
sprayer life, follow these guidelines
for the first 100 operating hours:
• Check the engine-oil and fluid levels regularly
and be alert for indications of overheating in any
component of the sprayer.
• After starting a cold engine, let it warm up for about
15 seconds before accelerating.
• To optimize the brake system, burnish (break in)
the brakes as follows:
Standard Equipment: 50 mesh suction filter (blue)
Use the suction filter table to identify the screen
mesh for the spray nozzles you are using based
on chemicals products or solutions with a viscosity
equivalent to water.
Suction Filter Table
Spray Nozzle
Color Code (flow
rate)
Screen Mesh
Size*
Filter Color Code
Yellow (0.2 gpm)
50
Blue
Load 454 L (120 US gallons) of water into
the tank.
Red (0.4 gpm)
50
Blue
Brown (0.5 gpm)
50 (or 30)
Blue (or green)
2.
Move the machine to an open-level area.
Gray (0.6 gpm)
30
Green
3.
Drive the machine at full speed.
White (0.8 gpm)
30
Green
4.
Apply the brakes rapidly.
Blue (1.0 gpm)
30
Green
Note: Stop the machine in a straight line
Green (1.5 gpm)
30
Green
1.
without locking up the tires.
5.
Wait 1 minute to allow the brakes to cool.
6.
Repeat steps 3 through 5 an additional 9
times.
*The mesh size of the suction filters in this table
are based on spray chemicals or solutions with the
viscosity equivalent to water.
Important: When you spray with higher viscosity
(thicker) chemical products or solutions with
wettable powders, you may need to use an coarser
screen mesh for the optional suction filter; refer
to Figure 13.
• Avoid racing the engine.
• Vary the sprayer speed during operation. Avoid
fast starts and quick stops.
Refer to Maintenance (page 41) for any special,
low-hour checks.
•
Preparing the Sprayer
Selecting a Nozzle
Note: Refer to the nozzle-selection guide that is
available through your authorized Toro distributor.
The nozzle-turret bodies can accept up to 3 different
nozzles. To select the desired nozzle, perform the
following:
1.
2.
Stop the sprayer on a level surface, shut off the
engine, and engage the parking brake.
Set the master section switch to the OFF position
and set the spray-pump switch to the OFF
position.
3.
Rotate the turret of the nozzles in either direction
to the correct nozzle.
4.
Perform a sprayer flow calibration; refer to
Calibrating the Sprayer Flow (page 26).
5.
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Figure 13
Mesh size—chemical or solution viscosity
1. Higher-viscosity chemicals 3. Screen mesh size
or solutions
2. Lower-viscosity chemicals
or solutions
When you spray at a higher application rate, consider
using a courser optional suction-filter mesh; refer to
Figure 14.
Perform a section bypass valve calibration; refer
to Calibrating the Section-Bypass Valves (page
27).
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Pressure Filter Table (cont'd.)
Spray Nozzle
Color Code (flow
rate)
Screen Mesh
Size*
Filter Color Code
As required for high
viscosity chemicals
or solutions or high
application rates
16
Brown
*The mesh size of the pressure filters in this table
are based on spray chemicals or solutions with the
viscosity equivalent to water.
Important: When you spray with higher viscosity
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Figure 14
Mesh size—application rate
1. Higher application rate
(thicker) chemical products or solutions with
wettable powders, you may need to use a coarser
screen mesh for the optional pressure-filter; refer
to Figure 15.
3. Screen mesh size
2. Lower application rate
Selecting a Pressure Filter
Available screen sizes include:
Standard Equipment: 50 mesh suction filter (blue)
Use the pressure filter table to identify the screen
mesh for the spray nozzles you are using based
on chemicals products or solutions with a viscosity
equivalent to water.
Pressure Filter Table
Spray Nozzle
Color Code (flow
rate)
Screen Mesh
Size*
Filter Color Code
As required for low
viscosity chemicals
or solutions or low
application rates
100
Green
Yellow (0.2 gpm)
80
Yellow
Red (0.4 gpm)
50
Blue
Brown (0.5 gpm)
50
Blue
Gray (0.6 gpm)
50
Blue
White (0.8 gpm)
50
Blue
Blue (1.0 gpm)
50
Blue
Green (1.5 gpm)
50
Blue
As required for high
viscosity chemicals
or solutions or high
application rates
30
Red
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Figure 15
Mesh size—chemical or solution viscosity
1. Higher-viscosity chemicals 3. Screen mesh size
or solutions
2. Lower-viscosity chemicals
or solutions
When you spray at a higher application rate, consider
using an courser optional pressure-filter mesh; refer
to Figure 16.
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Figure 16
Mesh size—application rate
1. Higher application rate
Figure 17
Mesh size—chemical or solution viscosity
1. Higher-viscosity chemicals 3. Screen mesh size
or solutions
2. Lower-viscosity chemicals
or solutions
3. Screen mesh size
2. Lower application rate
Selecting a Nozzle-Tip Filter
(Optional)
When you spray at a higher application rate, consider
using an courser tip-filter mesh; refer to Figure 18.
Note: The use the optional nozzle-tip filter to protect
the spray-nozzle tip and increase its service life.
Use the nozzle-tip filter table to identify the screen
mesh for the spray nozzles you are using based
on chemicals products or solutions with a viscosity
equivalent to water.
Nozzle-Tip Filter Table
Spray Nozzle
Color Code (flow
rate)
Filter Mesh Size*
Filter Color Code
Yellow (0.2 gpm)
100
Green
Red (0.4 gpm)
50
Blue
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Figure 18
Mesh size—application rate
Brown (0.5 gpm)
50
Blue
Gray (0.6 gpm)
50
Blue
White (0.8 gpm)
50
Blue
1. Higher application rate
2. Lower application rate
Blue (1.0 gpm)
50
Blue
Green (1.5 gpm)
50
Blue
*The mesh size of the nozzle filters in this table
are based on spray chemicals or solutions with the
viscosity equivalent to water.
Important: When you spray with higher viscosity
(thicker) chemical products or solutions with
wettable powders, you may need to use a coarser
screen mesh for the optional tip-filter; refer to
Figure 17.
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3. Screen mesh size
Filling the Tanks
Important: Verify that the proper application
rate has been set prior to filling the tank with
chemicals.
Filling the Fresh-Water Tank
Important: Do not use reclaimed water (gray
water) in the fresh-water tank.
1.
Purge the spray system of spray-system
conditioner by running the sections.
2.
Stop the sprayer on a level surface, move the
range selector to the NEUTRAL position, shut off
the engine, and set the parking brake.
3.
Ensure that the tank drain valve is closed.
4.
Determine the amount of water needed to mix
the amount of chemical you need as prescribed
by the chemical manufacturer.
5.
Open the tank cover on the spray tank.
Note: The fresh-water tank is used to supply a
source of fresh water for you to wash chemicals off
your skin, eyes, or other surfaces in the case of
accidental exposure.
Always fill the fresh-water tank with clean water before
handling or mixing any chemicals.
• To fill the tank, unscrew the cap at the top of the
tank, fill the tank with fresh water, and install the
cap (Figure 19).
Note: The tank cover is located in the center of
the top of the tank. To open it, turn the front half
of the cover counterclockwise and swing it open.
You can remove the strainer inside for cleaning.
To seal the tank, close the cover and rotate the
front half clockwise.
• To open the fresh-water tank spigot, turn the lever
on the spigot (Figure 19).
6.
Add 3/4 of the required water to the spray tank
using the anti-siphon fill receptacle.
Important: Always use fresh clean water in
the spray tank. Do not pour concentrate into
an empty tank.
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Figure 19
1. Filler cap
3. Spigot
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Figure 20
2. Fresh-water tank
7.
Start the engine and set the pump switch to the
ON position.
Install the optional Chemical Pre-Mix Kit for optimal
mixing and exterior tank cleanliness.
8.
Press the accelerator pedal to the floor and set
the throttle lock to the ON position.
Important: Whenever possible, do not use
9.
Set the master section switch to the OFF
position.
10.
Turn the agitation valve to the ON position.
11.
Add the proper amount of chemical concentrate
to the tank as directed by the chemical
manufacturer.
Filling the Spray Tank
reclaimed water (gray water) in the spray tank.
Important: Ensure that the chemicals you will
be using are compatible for use with VitonTM (see
the manufacturer's label; it should indicate if it
is not compatible). Using a chemical that is not
compatible with VitonTM will degrade the O-rings
in the sprayer, causing leaks.
Important: If you are using a wettable
powder without full agitation, mix the powder
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Calibrating the Sprayer Flow
with a small amount of water to form a slurry
before adding it to the tank.
12.
Before using the sprayer for the first time, if you
change the nozzles, or as needed, calibrate the
sprayer flow.
Add the remaining water to the tank.
Note: For better agitation, decrease the
application rate setting.
Operator supplied equipment: A stop watch
capable of measuring ± 1/10 second and a container
graduated in 50 ml (1 fl oz) increments.
Important: After filling the tank for the first
time, check the tank straps for any play.
Tighten as necessary.
Preparing the Machine
Important: Whenever possible, do not use
reclaimed water (gray water) in the spray tank.
Inspecting the Tank Straps
Service Interval: Before each use or daily—Check
the tank straps.
1.
Fill the spray tank with clean water.
Note: Ensure that there is enough water in the
tank to complete the calibration.
Important: Overtightening the tank strap
fasteners can result in deforming and damaging
the tank and straps.
2.
Set the parking brake and turn the engine on.
Important: Whenever possible, do not use
3.
Set the pump switch to the ON position, and turn
on the agitation.
4.
Press down on the accelerator pedal until you
reach the maximum engine speed, and toggle
the throttle lock switch to the ON position.
reclaimed water (gray water) in the spray tank.
1.
Fill the main tank with water.
2.
Check to see if there is any movement between
the tank straps and the tank (Figure 21).
Performing a Catch Test
1.
Set all 3 section switches and the master-section
switch to the ON position.
2.
Turn the supervisor (rate-lockout) switch to the
UNLOCK position.
3.
Prepare to perform a catch test using the
graduated container.
4.
Start at 2.75 bar (40 psi) and use the
application-rate switch to adjust the spray
pressure so that the catch test yields the
amounts listed in the table below.
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Figure 21
1. Rear tank strap
4. Forward tank strap
2. Bolt
3. Flanged locknut
5. Front of the machine
3.
Note: Repeat the test 3 times and use the
average.
If the tank straps fit loose to the tank, tighten the
flanged locknuts and bolts at the top of straps
until the straps are flush with the surface of the
tank (Figure 21).
Note: Do not overtighten the tank strap
hardware.
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Nozzle Color
Milliliters
collected in 15
seconds
Ounces collected
in 15 seconds
Yellow
189
6.4
Red
378
12.8
Brown
473
16.0
Gray
567
19.2
White
757
25.6
Blue
946
32.0
Green
1,419
48.0
5.
Once the catch test has yielded the amounts
listed in the table above, set the supervisor rate
lockout switch to the LOCK position.
6.
Turn off the master-section switch.
Calibrating the Sprayer Speed
Performing the Sprayer Flow Calibration
1.
On the InfoCenter, navigate to the Calibration
menu and select FLOW CAL as follows:
Before using the sprayer for the first time, if you
change the nozzles, or as needed, calibrate the
sprayer speed.
Note: Selecting the Home Screen icon at any
time cancels calibrations.
A.
Enter the calibration menu by pressing the
right selection button on the InfoCenter.
C.
Select FLOW CAL by highlighting FLOW CAL
and press the right selection button on the
InfoCenter.
E.
2.
Press the center selection button on the
InfoCenter twice to access the menus.
B.
D.
2.
On an open, flat area, mark off a distance
between 45 to 152 m (150 to 500 ft).
(500 ft) for more accurate results.
3.
Yellow
42
11
Red
83
22
Brown
106
28
Gray
125
33
White
167
44
Blue
208
55
Green
314
83
Start the engine and drive to the start of the
marked-off distance.
Note: Align the center of the front tires with the
starting line for the most accurate measurement.
4.
On the InfoCenter, navigate to the Calibration
menu and select SPEED CAL.
Note: Selecting the Home Screen icon at any
time cancels calibrations.
Using the plus (+) and minus (-) symbols, enter
the flow volume according to the table below.
US Gallons
5.
Select the Next arrow (→) on the InfoCenter.
6.
Using the plus (+) and minus (-) symbols, enter
the marked-off distance into the InfoCenter.
7.
Shift the machine into first gear and drive the
marked distance in a straight line at full throttle.
8.
Stop the machine at the marked-off distance
and select the check mark on the InfoCenter.
Note: Slow down and roll to a stop to align the
center of the front tires with the finish line, for
the most accurate measurement.
Note: Calibration is now complete.
Turn on the master-section switch for 5 minutes.
Note: As the machine sprays, the InfoCenter
displays the quantity of fluid that it is counting.
Calibrating the Section-Bypass
Valves
After spraying for 5 minutes, select the
checkmark by pressing the center button on the
InfoCenter.
Before using the sprayer for the first time, if you
change the nozzles, or as needed, calibrate the
sprayer section bypass
Note: It is acceptable if the gallons displayed
during the calibration process do not match
the known quantity of water entered into the
InfoCenter.
5.
Fill the tank with clean water.
Press the right selection button on the
InfoCenter.
Liters
4.
1.
Note: Toro recommends marking off 152 m
In the next screen, enter the known quantity
of water that will be sprayed out of the
sections for the calibration procedure; refer
to the chart below.
Nozzle Color
3.
Important: Whenever possible, do not use
reclaimed water (gray water) in the spray tank.
Important: Select an open flat area to perform
this procedure.
Preparing the Machine
Shut off the master-section switch.
Important: Whenever possible, do not use
reclaimed water (gray water) in the spray tank.
Note: Calibration is now complete.
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1.
Fill the spray tank halfway with clean water.
2.
Lower the sprayer sections.
3.
Move the range selector to the NEUTRAL position
and set the parking brake.
4.
Set the 3 section switches to the ON position,
but leave the master-section switch off.
4.
5.
Set the pump switch to the ON position, and turn
on the agitation.
6.
Press down on the accelerator pedal until you
reach the maximum engine speed, and toggle
the throttle lock switch to the ON position.
7.
On the InfoCenter, navigate to the Calibration
menu and select TEST SPEED.
6.
Note: Selecting the Home Screen icon at any
time cancels the calibration.
7.
8.
8.
Using the plus (+) and minus (-) symbols, enter
a test speed of 5.6 km/h (3.5 mph), then select
the Home icon.
9.
Turn the supervisor (rate-lockout) switch to the
UNLOCK position, and turn the master-section
switch to the ON position.
5.
Note: Calibration is now complete.
Adjusting the Agitation and Master
Bypass Valves
Agitation-Bypass Valve Knob Position
• The agitation-bypass valve is in the full open
Adjusting the Section Bypass Valves
1.
Using the application-rate switch, adjust the
application rate according to the table below.
Nozzle Color
SI (Metric)
English
Turf
Yellow
159 L/ha
17 gpa
0.39 gpk
Red
319 L/ha
34 gpa
0.78 gpk
Brown
394 L/ha
42 gpa
0.96 gpk
Gray
478 L/ha
51 gpa
1.17 gpk
White
637 L/ha
68 gpa
1.56 gpk
Blue
796 L/ha
85 gpa
1.95 gpk
Green
1,190 L/ha
127 gpa
2.91 gpk
2.
Adjust the right section-bypass knob (Figure 22)
until the pressure reading is at the previously
adjusted level (typically 2.75 bar or 40 psi).
Turn on the right section and turn off the center
section.
Adjust the center section-bypass knob (Figure
22) until the pressure reading is at the previously
adjusted level (typically 2.75 bar or 40 psi).
Turn each section off.
Turn the pump off.
•
•
position as shown in Figure 23A.
The agitation-bypass valve is in the closed (0)
position as shown in Figure 23B.
The agitation-bypass valve is in an intermediate
(adjusted relative to the pressure gauge for the
sprayer system) position as shown in Figure 23C.
Turn off the left section and adjust the
section-bypass knob (Figure 22) until the
pressure reading is at the previously adjusted
level (typically 2.75 bar or 40 psi).
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Figure 23
Note: The numbered indicators on the bypass
1. Open
knob and needle are for reference only.
3. Intermediate position
2. Closed (0)
Calibrating the Agitation-Bypass Valve
Service Interval: Yearly
Important: Whenever possible, do not use
reclaimed water (gray water) in the spray tank.
Select an open flat area to perform this procedure.
1. Fill the spray tank with clean water.
2. Verify the agitation-control valve is open. If it has
been adjusted, open it completely at this time.
3. Set the parking brake and start the engine.
4. Set the range selector to NEUTRAL.
5. Set the pump switch to the ON position.
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Figure 22
1. Section-bypass adjustment knobs
3.
Turn on the left section and turn off the right
section.
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6.
Press the accelerator pedal to achieve maximum
engine speed and set the throttle lock.
8.
Increase the engine speed to full throttle and set
the throttle lock to the ON position.
7.
Set the 3 section valves to the OFF position.
9.
8.
Set the master-section switch to the ON position.
9.
Set the system pressure to MAXIMUM.
Adjust the master-section-bypass handle to
control the amount of agitation occurring in the
tank (Figure 24).
10.
11.
Press the agitation switch to the OFF position
and read the pressure gauge.
• If the reading remains at 6.9 bar (100 psi) the
agitation-bypass valve is properly calibrated.
• If the pressure gauge reads differently,
continue to the next step.
10.
Reduce the throttle speed to idle.
11.
Set the agitation switch and pump switch to the
OFF position.
12.
Shut off the machine.
Locating the Spray Pump
Adjust the agitation-bypass valve (Figure 24)
on the backside of the agitation valve until the
pressure reading on the gauge is 6.9 bar (100
psi).
The spray pump is located under the seat (Figure 25).
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Figure 25
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Figure 24
1. Agitation-bypass valve
12.
2. Master-section bypass
Press the pump switch to the OFF position, shift
the throttle lever to the IDLE position, and turn
the ignition switch to the OFF position.
Adjusting the Master-Section-Bypass Valve
Important: Whenever possible, do not use
reclaimed water (gray water) in the spray tank.
Note: Adjusting the master-section-bypass valve
reduces or increases the amount of flow sent to the
agitation nozzles in the tank when the master-section
switch is set to the OFF position.
1.
Fill the sprayer tank 1/2 full with clean water.
2.
Move the machine to an open level surface.
3.
Set the parking brake.
4.
Set the range selector to the NEUTRAL position.
5.
Set the pump switch to the ON position.
6.
Set the agitation switch to the ON position.
7.
Set the master-section switch to the OFF
position.
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During Operation
• Stop the machine, shut off the engine, remove
the key, engage the parking brake, and inspect
for damage after striking an object or if there is
an abnormal vibration in the machine. Make all
necessary repairs before resuming operation.
During Operation Safety
• Slow down and use caution when making turns
General Safety
and crossing roads and sidewalks with the
machine. Always yield the right-of-way.
• The owner/operator can prevent and is responsible
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
for accidents that may cause personal injury or
property damage.
Wear appropriate clothing, including eye
protection; long pants; substantial, slip-resistant
footwear; and hearing protection. Tie back long
hair and do not wear loose clothing or loose
jewelry.
Wear appropriate personal protective equipment
as directed in Chemical Safety.
Use your full attention while operating the
machine. Do not engage in any activity that
causes distractions; otherwise, injury or property
damage may occur.
Do not operate the machine while ill, tired, or
under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Do not carry passengers on the machine.
Operate the machine only in good visibility. Avoid
holes or hidden hazards.
Before you start the engine, ensure that you are
in the operating position, the transmission is in the
NEUTRAL position (manual) or the PARK position
(automatic), and the parking brake is engaged.
Remain seated whenever the machine is in
motion. Keep both hands on the steering wheel
whenever possible, and always keep your arms
and legs within the operator’s compartment.
Use care when approaching blind corners, shrubs,
trees, or other objects that may obscure your
vision.
Before backing up, look rearward and ensure that
no one is behind you. Back up slowly.
Never spray while people, especially children, or
pets are nearby.
Do not operate the machine near drop-offs,
ditches, or embankments. The machine could
suddenly roll over if a wheel goes over the edge
or if the edge gives way.
Reduce the speed when operating on rough
terrain, uneven ground, and near curbs, holes, and
other sudden changes in terrain. Loads may shift,
causing the machine to become unstable.
Sudden changes in terrain may cause abrupt
steering wheel movement, possibly resulting in
hand and arm injuries. Grip the steering wheel
loosely around the perimeter, and keep your hands
clear of the steering wheel spokes.
• Use extra caution when operating the machine on
wet surfaces, in adverse weather conditions, at
higher speeds, or with a full load. Stopping time
and distance increase in these conditions.
• Do not touch the engine or muffler while the engine
is running or soon after it has shut off. These
areas may be hot enough to cause burns.
• Before you leave the operator’s position, do the
following:
– Park the machine on a level surface.
– Shift the transmission into the NEUTRAL position
(manual) or the PARK position (automatic).
– Engage the parking brake.
– Shut off the engine.
– Shut off the engine and remove the key (if
equipped).
– Wait for all movement to stop.
• Never run an engine in an area where exhaust
gasses are enclosed.
• Do not operate the machine when there is the risk
of lightning.
• Use accessories and attachments approved by
Toro only.
Rollover Protection System
(ROPS) Safety
Note: For each machine covered in this Operator’s
Manual, a cab installed by Toro is a ROPS.
• Do not remove the ROPS from the machine.
• Fasten the seat belt and ensure that you can
release it quickly in an emergency. Always wear
your seat belt.
• Check carefully for overhead obstructions and do
not contact them.
• Keep the ROPS in safe operating condition by
thoroughly inspecting it periodically for damage
and keeping all the mounting fasteners tight.
• Maintain and clean the seat belt(s) as necessary.
• Replace any damaged ROPS component. Do not
repair or alter it.
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Slope Safety
– Liquid loads shift, especially while turning,
going up or down slopes, suddenly changing
speeds, or while driving over rough surfaces.
Shifting loads can cause the machine to tip
over.
Slopes are a major factor related to loss of control and
rollover accidents, which can result in severe injury or
death. You are responsible for safe slope operation.
Operating the machine on any slope requires extra
caution.
• Review the slope instructions listed below for
operating the machine on slopes and to determine
whether you can operate the machine in the
conditions on that day and at that job site.
Changes in the terrain can result in a change in
slope operation for the machine.
• Determine if the slope is safe for machine
operation, including surveying the site. Always
use common sense and good judgment when
performing this survey.
• Avoid starting, stopping, or turning the machine
on slopes. Travel up and down on slopes. Avoid
making sudden changes in speed or direction.
If you must turn the machine, turn it slowly and
gradually downhill, if possible. Use care when
reversing the machine.
• Do not operate a machine when you are uncertain
about the traction, steering, or stability.
• Remove or mark obstructions such as ditches,
holes, ruts, bumps, rocks, or other hidden hazards.
Tall grass can hide obstructions. Uneven terrain
could overturn the machine.
• Be aware that operating the machine on wet
surfaces, across slopes, or downhill may cause
the machine to lose traction. Loss of traction to the
wheels may result in sliding and a loss of braking
and steering.
• Use extreme caution when operating the machine
near drop-offs, ditches, embankments, water
hazards, or other hazards. The machine could
suddenly roll over if a wheel goes over the edge
or the edge caves in. Establish a safety area
between the machine and any hazard.
• Use extra care while operating the machine with
attachments; they can affect the stability of the
machine.
• If the engine stalls or you begin to lose momentum
while climbing a hill, gradually apply the brakes
and slowly back straight down the hill.
• Always keep the transmission in gear (if applicable)
when you drive the machine down a slope.
• Do not park the machine on an incline.
• The weight of the material in the tank can change
the handling of the machine. To avoid loss of
control and personal injury, follow these guidelines:
– When operating with a heavy load, reduce your
speed and allow for sufficient braking distance.
Do not suddenly apply the brakes. Use extra
caution on slopes.
Radio Clip
Use the radio clip to store a hand-held radio while you
are driving the machine (Figure 26).
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Figure 26
1. Radio clip
Operating the Machine
Starting the Engine
1.
Sit in the operator's seat, insert the key into the
ignition switch, and rotate the key clockwise to
the RUN position.
2.
Press the clutch and move the range selector to
the NEUTRAL position.
3.
Ensure that the pump switch is in the OFF
position.
4.
If the engine is cold, pull the choke knob up.
Important: Do not use the choke if the
engine is warm.
5.
Turn the key to the START position until the
engine starts.
Important: Do not hold the key in the START
position for more than 10 seconds. If the
engine has not started after 10 seconds, wait
1 minute before trying again. Do not attempt
to push or tow the sprayer to start the engine.
6.
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Once the engine starts, push the choke knob
down slowly.
Driving the Machine
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Release the parking brake.
Fully press the clutch pedal.
Move the gear shift lever to first gear.
Release the clutch pedal smoothly while
pressing the accelerator pedal.
When the machine gains enough speed, remove
your foot from the accelerator pedal, fully press
the clutch pedal, move the gear shift lever to the
next gear and release the clutch pedal while
pressing the accelerator pedal. Repeat the
procedure until the desired speed is attained.
Note: Avoid long periods of engine idling.
Use the chart below to determine the ground
speed of an empty machine at 3,400 rpm.
Ratio
Speed
(km/h)
Speed (mph)
1
66.4:1
5.6
3.5
2
38.1:1
9.8
6.1
3
19.6:1
19.2
11.9
R
80.7:1
4.7
2.9
Toggle the speed lock switch on the control
panel to the ON position.
3.
To release the speed lock, toggle the switch to
the OFF position, or press the brake or clutch
pedal.
Shutting Off the Engine
Important: Always stop the machine before
shifting from a forward gear to reverse or
from reverse to a forward gear.
Gear
2.
1.
Press the clutch and apply the brake to stop the
sprayer.
2.
Pull the parking-brake lever up and back to set it.
3.
Move the range selector out of gear into the
NEUTRAL position.
4.
Turn the ignition key to the STOP position.
5.
Remove the key from the switch to prevent
accidental starting.
Using the Differential Lock
The differential lock increases the traction of the
sprayer by locking the rear wheels so that 1 wheel
does not spin out. This can help when you have heavy
loads to haul on wet turf or slippery areas, going
up hills, and on sandy surfaces. It is important to
remember, however, that this extra traction is intended
for temporary or limited use. Its use does not replace
the safe operation, already discussed concerning
steep hills and heavy loads.
Note: Leaving the ignition switch in the ON
position for long periods of time without running
the engine will discharge the battery.
The differential lock causes the rear wheels to turn at
the same speed. When using differential lock your
ability to make sharp turns is somewhat restricted and
the tires may scuff the turf. Use the differential lock
only when needed, at slower speeds and only in first
or second gear.
Important: Do not attempt to push or tow
the machine to get it started. Damage to the
drive train could result.
Setting the Throttle Lock
WARNING
Note: You must have the parking brake and spray
pump on and the range selector in the NEUTRAL
position to set the throttle lock.
1. Press down on the accelerator pedal to obtain
the desired engine speed (rpm).
2. Toggle the throttle lock switch on the control
panel to the ON position.
3. To release the throttle lock, toggle the switch to
the OFF position, or press the brake or clutch
pedal.
Tipping or rolling the sprayer on a hill will
cause serious injury.
Setting the Speed Lock
• If the differential lock is on when making a
sharp turn at a higher speed and the inside
rear wheel lifts off the ground, there may
be a loss of control which could cause the
sprayer to skid. Use the differential lock
only at slower speeds.
• The extra traction available with the
differential lock can be enough to get
you into dangerous situations, such as
climbing slopes that are too steep to turn
around. Be extra careful when operating
with the differential lock on, especially on
steeper slopes.
Note: Before setting the speed lock, you must sit
in the operator’s seat with the parking brake off, the
pump on, and the range selector in gear.
1. Press down on the accelerator pedal to obtain
the desired engine speed.
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Operating the Sprayer
To operate the Multi Pro Sprayer, first fill the spray
tank, then apply the solution to the work area, and
finally clean the tank. Complete all 3 of these steps
in sequence to avoid damaging the sprayer. For
example, do not mix and add chemicals in the spray
tank at night and then spray in the morning. This
would lead to separation of the chemicals and to
possible damage to the sprayer components.
3.
Set the master-section switch in the OFF
position, set the 3 section switches to the ON
position.
4.
Drive to the location where you will be spraying.
5.
Set the master-section switch to the ON position
to begin spraying.
Note: The InfoCenter shows the sections with
the spray on.
Note: When the tank is nearly empty, the
agitation may cause foaming in the tank.
To prevent this, turn the agitation valve off.
Alternatively, you can use an anti-foaming agent
in the tank.
CAUTION
Chemicals are hazardous and can cause
personal injury.
• Read the directions on the chemical labels
before handling the chemicals, and follow
all manufacturer recommendations and
precautions.
• Keep chemicals away from your skin.
Should contact occur, wash the affected
area thoroughly with soap and clean water.
• Wear goggles and any other protective
equipment recommended by the chemical
manufacturer.
6.
Use the rate switch to adjust and set a target.
7.
When finished spraying, set the master-section
switch to the OFF position to turn off all sections,
then set the pump switch to the OFF position.
Positioning the Spray
Sections
The boom-section lift switches on the sprayer control
panel allows you to move the outer spray sections
between transport position and spray position without
leaving the operator's seat. Whenever possible, stop
the machine before changing spray section positions.
The Multi Pro Sprayer has been specifically designed
to have high durability in order to give it the long
sprayer life you need. Different materials have been
chosen for specific reasons at different locations on
your sprayer to meet this goal. Unfortunately, there is
no single material which is perfect for all foreseeable
applications.
Lowering the Outer-Spray
Sections to the Spray Position
Some chemicals are more aggressive than others,
and each chemical interacts differently with various
materials. Some consistencies (e.g., wettable
powders, charcoal) are more abrasive and lead
to higher-than-normal wear rates. If a chemical is
available in a formulation that would provide increased
life to the sprayer, use this alternative formulation.
1.
Park the machine on a level surface.
2.
Use the boom-section lift switches to lower the
outer sections.
Note: Wait until the outer spray sections reach
the full, extended spray position.
As always, remember to clean your sprayer thoroughly
after all applications. This will do the most to ensure
that your sprayer has a long and trouble-free life.
Raising the Outer-Spray Sections
to the Transport Position
Spraying
Important: To ensure that your solution remains
well mixed, use the agitation feature whenever
you have a solution in the tank. For agitation to
work, you must have the pump on and the engine
running above an idle. If you stop the machine
and need agitation, set the parking brake, turn the
pump on, press the accelerator pedal to floor, and
switch the throttle lock to the ON position.
1. Lower the sections into position.
2. Set the spray-pump switch to the ON position.
1.
Park the machine on a level surface.
2.
Use the boom-section lift switches to raise the
outer spray sections, until they have moved
completely into boom-section transport cradles
forming the “X” transport position, and the lift
cylinders are fully retracted.
Important: Release the boom-section lift
switch(es) once the outer spray sections
have reached the desired position. Running
the actuators against the mechanical stops
may damage the lift cylinders and/or other
hydraulic components.
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Spraying Tips
• Do not overlap areas that you have previously
•
•
•
sprayed.
Watch for plugged nozzles. Replace all worn or
damaged nozzles.
Use the master section switch to stop the spray
flow before stopping the sprayer. Once it stops,
use the engine-throttle control to hold the engine
speed up to keep the agitation running.
You will obtain better results if the sprayer is
moving when you turn the spray sections on.
Unclogging a Nozzle
If a nozzle becomes clogged while you are spraying,
clean the nozzle as follows:
1. Stop the sprayer on a level surface, shut off the
engine, and engage the parking brake.
2. Set the master section switch to the OFF position
and then set the sprayer-pump switch to the
OFF position.
3. Remove the clogged nozzle and clean it using a
spray bottle of water and a toothbrush.
4. Install the nozzle.
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Figure 27
“X” transport position
Important: To prevent damage to the lift cylinder,
make sure that the actuators are fully retracted
before transporting the machine.
After Operation
Using the Boom-Section Transport
Cradle
After Operation Safety
The sprayer is equipped with boom-section transport
cradles that have a unique safety feature. In the
event the spray section accidentally contacts with a
low overhead object while in the transport position,
you can push the spray section(s) out of the transport
cradles. If this occurs, the spray sections come to
rest in a near horizontal position to the rear of the
machine. While this movement will not damage the
spray sections, they should be immediately positioned
into the transport cradle.
General Safety
• Before you leave the operator’s position, do the
Important: The spray sections can be damaged
by transporting them in any position other
than the “X” transport position using the boom
transport cradle.
•
To put the outer spray sections back into the transport
cradle, lower the spray section(s) to the spray position
and then raise the spray section(s) back to the
transport position. Make sure that the lift cylinders are
fully retracted to prevent damaging the actuator rod.
•
•
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following:
– Park the machine on a level surface.
– Shift the transmission into the NEUTRAL position
(manual) or the PARK position (automatic).
– Engage the parking brake.
– Shut off the engine and remove the key (if
equipped).
– Wait for all movement to stop.
After you finish operating the machine for the day,
wash off all chemical residue from the outside
of the machine and ensure that the system has
been neutralized and triple rinsed according to the
recommendations of the chemical manufacturer(s)
and that all the valves have been cycled 3 times;
refer to Chemical Safety.
Allow the engine to cool before storing the machine
in any enclosure.
Never store the machine or fuel container where
there is an open flame, spark, or pilot light, such
as on a water heater or other appliance.
Cleaning the Sprayer
• Keep all parts of the machine in good working
condition and all hardware tightened.
• Replace all worn, damaged, or missing decals.
Cleaning the Sprayer System
Draining the Tank
1.
Stop the sprayer, engage the parking brake,
shut off the engine, and remove the key.
2.
Locate the tank-drain valve at the left side of the
machine, forward of the fuel tank (Figure 28).
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Figure 28
3.
Lift the valve and move it inboard until the
mount studs of the valve clear the slots in
the drain-valve bracket, and move the valve
rearward (Figure 28).
4.
Align the end of the valve with the drain container
and rotate valve handle counterclockwise to the
open position (Figure 28).
5.
When the tank has drained completely, rotate
the drain-valve handle to the closed position and
assemble the valve onto the drain-valve bracket
(Figure 28).
Important: Dispose of the sprayer tank
chemicals according to local codes and the
material manufacturer's instructions.
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Cleaning External Sprayer Components
Cleaning Internal Sprayer Components
1.
Important: Use only clean water when cleaning
the sprayer.
Important: You must always drain and flush
out the sprayer, including any installed spray
system accessories immediately after each use.
Failure to flush and clean the sprayer may allow
the chemicals to dry and obstruct in the lines,
filters, valves, nozzle bodies, pump, and other
components.
Important: If you used wettable powder
chemicals, clean the strainer after each tank.
2.
Using a garden hose, rinse off the outside of the
sprayer with clean water.
3.
Remove the nozzles and clean them by hand.
Note: Replace damaged or worn nozzles.
Use the approved Clean Rinse Kit for this machine.
Contact your authorized Toro distributor for more
information.
Note: If your machine has optional nozzle
filters, clean them before installing the nozzles;
refer to Cleaning the Optional Nozzle Filters
(page 38).
Note: The recommendations and instructions that
follow assume that the Toro Rinse Kit is not installed.
Clean the spray system and any installed spray
accessories after each spraying session. To properly
clean the spray system, you must rinse it 3 times.
1.
Fill the tank with at least 190 L (50 US gallons)
of clean water and close the cover.
2.
For the first and second times that you rinse
the system, you can use a cleaning/neutralizing
agent in the water as needed.
Cleaning the Suction Filter
Service Interval: After each use—Clean the suction
filter. Clean the suction filter
(more often when using wettable
powders).
1.
Park the machine on a level surface, engage the
parking brake, shut off the pump, shut off the
engine, and remove the key.
2.
At the top of the sprayer tank, remove the
retainer that secures the hose fitting attached to
the large hose from the filter housing (Figure 29).
Note: On the final rinse, use only clean, clear
water.
3.
Lower the outer spray sections into the spray
position.
4.
Start the engine, set the spray pump switch to
the ON position, and move the accelerator pedal
to a higher engine speed.
5.
Set the agitation switch to the ON position.
6.
Use the application-rate switch to increase the
pressure to a high setting.
7.
Set the individual section switches and master
section switch to the ON positions.
8.
Check the nozzles to ensure that they are all
spraying correctly.
9.
10.
11.
Clean the suction and pressure filters; refer
to Cleaning the Suction Filter (page 36) and
Cleaning the Pressure Filter (page 37).
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Figure 29
1. Suction hose
Allow all of the water in the tank to spray out
through the nozzles.
Set the master section switch to the OFF
position, the set the agitation switch and
spray-pump switch to the OFF position, and shut
off the engine.
Repeat steps 1 through 10 at least 2 more times
to ensure that the spray system is fully cleaned.
Important: You must always complete 3
rinse cycles to ensure that the spray system
and spray accessories are fully clean,
preventing damage to the system.
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2. Retainer
3.
Remove the hose and hose fitting from the filter
housing (Figure 29).
4.
Pull the suction strainer out of the filter housing
in the tank (Figure 30).
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Figure 30
1. Screen vane
5.
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2. Suction strainer
Figure 31
1. Filter head
Clean the suction filter with clean water.
Important: Replace the filter if it is damaged
4. Gasket (drain plug)
2. Gasket (bowl)
5. Drain cap
3. Filter element
6. Bowl
or cannot be cleaned.
6.
Insert the suction filter into the filter housing until
the filter is fully seated.
7.
Align the hose and hose fitting to the filter
housing at the top of the tank, and secure fitting
and housing with the retainer that you removed
in step 2.
3.
Note: Allow the bowl to drain completely.
Cleaning the Pressure Filter
Service Interval: After each use—Clean the pressure
filter. Clean the pressure filter
(more often when using wettable
powders).
1.
Park the machine on a level surface, engage the
parking brake, shut off the sprayer pump, shut
off the engine, and remove the key.
2.
Align a drain pan under the pressure filter
(Figure 31).
Rotate the drain cap counterclockwise and
remove it from the bowl of the pressure filter
(Figure 31).
4.
Rotate the bowl counterclockwise and remove
the filter head (Figure 31).
5.
Remove the pressure filter element (Figure 31).
6.
Clean the pressure filter element with clean
water.
Important: Replace the filter if it is damaged
or cannot be cleaned.
7.
Check the gasket for the drain plug (located
inside the bowl) and the gasket for bowl (located
inside the filter head) for damage and wear
(Figure 31).
Important: Replace any damaged or worn
gaskets for the plug, bowl, or both.
8.
Install the pressure filter element into the filter
head (Figure 31).
Note: Ensure that the filter element is firmly
seated into the filter head.
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9.
Install the bowl onto the filter head, and tighten
by hand (Figure 31).
10.
Assemble the drain cap onto the fitting at the
bottom of the bowl, and tighten the cap by hand
(Figure 31).
Cleaning the Nozzle Body and
Check-Valve Diaphragm
Cleaning the Optional Nozzle
Filters
1.
Park the machine on a level surface, engage the
parking brake, shut off the sprayer pump, shut
off the engine, and remove the key.
2.
Remove the nozzle from the spray turret (Figure
32).
Service Interval: Yearly—Clean the nozzle body
and check-valve diaphragm. Clean
the nozzle body and check-valve
diaphragm if you notice that a
nozzle(s) is dripping after the
section switch(es) is shut off.
1.
Rotate the diaphragm cap counterclockwise and
remove the cap from the nozzle body (Figure
33).
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Figure 32
1. Spray turret
3. Nozzle
2. Nozzle filter
3.
Remove the nozzle filter (Figure 32).
4.
Clean the nozzle filter with clean water.
Important: Replace the filter if it is damaged
or cannot be cleaned.
5.
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Figure 33
Install the nozzle filter (Figure 32).
1. Diaphragm cap
Note: Ensure that the filter is fully seated.
2. Check-valve diaphragm
3. Nozzle body
6.
Install the nozzle onto the spray turret (Figure
32).
2.
7.
Repeat steps 2 through 6 for the other spray
nozzles.
Remove the check-valve diaphragm from the
cap or nozzle body (Figure 33).
3.
Clean the cap, diaphragm, and nozzle body with
clean water (Figure 33).
4.
Assemble the diaphragm into the cap with the
nib of the diaphragm toward the cap (Figure 33).
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Important: Use only clean water
when cleaning the sprayer.
B.
Start the engine and set the spray-pump
switch to the ON position.
C.
Press the accelerator pedal to increase
the engine speed.
D.
Set the agitation switch to the ON
position.
Allow the conditioner and water solution
to circulate for 3 minutes or longer.
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Figure 34
Spraying the Conditioner
1. Nib (diaphragm)
5.
Assemble the cap and diaphragm to the nozzle
body and tighten by hand (Figure 33).
6.
Repeat steps 1 through 5 for the other spray
nozzles.
Recommended tool: a clear catch container.
Conditioning the Spray System
1.
Move the machine to the drain pad area and set
the parking brake.
2.
Lower the outer booms sections.
3.
Set the left, center, and right section switches
and the master section switch to the ON position.
4.
Allow the spray system to spray until the nozzles
discharge the conditioner.
Service Interval: After each use—Condition the spray
system at the end of each daily use.
Note: Most propylene glycol RV antifreeze is
Conditioner Specification
colored pink. Use the catch container to sample
the sprayer discharge at several of the nozzles.
5.
Conditioner specification: propylene glycol
"non-toxic RV antifreeze” with corrosion inhibitor
Shut off the master section switch, 3 section
switches, agitation switch, spray-pump switch,
and engine.
Important: Use only propylene glycol with
corrosion inhibitor.
Do not use recycled propylene glycol. Do not use
ethylene glycol base antifreeze.
Do not use propylene glycol with soluble alcohols
(methanol, ethanol or isopropanol) or brines
added.
Transporting the Sprayer
Use a trailer or truck when moving the machine long
distances.
• Use full-width ramps for loading the machine onto
a trailer or truck.
• Tie outer spray sections to the boom-section
Preparing the Conditioner
1.
2.
transport cradles.
Move the machine to a level surface, set the
parking brake, shut off the engine, and remove
the key.
• Bind the machine securely to the transport vehicle;
Figure 35 illustrates the tie-down loops of the
machine.
Add conditioner to the tank as follows:
• For ready to use (premixed) propylene glycol
RV antifreeze—add 10 gallons of propylene
glycol RV antifreeze to the tank.
• For concentrated propylene glycol RV
antifreeze, perform the following steps:
A.
Add a 10 gallon mixture of propylene
glycol RV antifreeze and water into the
sprayer tank. Prepared the antifreeze
mixture as instructed manufacturer for
a concentration rated for -45°C (-50°F)
minimum.
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Figure 35
1. Front tie-down loop
2. Rear tie-down loops
Towing the Sprayer
In case of an emergency, you can tow the sprayer
for a short distance. However, do not use this as a
standard procedure.
WARNING
Towing at excessive speeds could cause a
loss of steering control, resulting in personal
injury.
Never tow the sprayer faster than 8 km/h
(5 mph).
Towing the sprayer is a 2-person job. If you must
move the machine a considerable distance, transport
it on a truck or trailer; refer to Transporting the Sprayer
(page 39).
1.
Attach a tow line to the frame.
2.
Put the range selector in the NEUTRAL position
and release the parking brake.
3.
Tow the sprayer at less than 8 km/h (5 mph).
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Maintenance
Note: Download a free copy of the schematic by visiting www.Toro.com and searching for your machine
from the Manuals link on the home page.
For additional information about the sprayer system, refer to the sprayer system schematic in Schematics
(page 76).
Note: Determine the left and right sides of the machine from the normal operating position.
Maintenance Safety
– Handle chemicals in a well-ventilated area.
• Before you leave the operator’s position, do the
– Have clean water available, especially when
filling the spray tank.
following:
– Park the machine on a level surface.
– Do not eat, drink, or smoke while working near
chemicals.
– Shift the transmission into the NEUTRAL position
(manual) or the PARK position (automatic).
– Do not clean spray nozzles by blowing through
them or placing them in your mouth.
– Engage the parking brake.
– Shut off the engine and remove the key (if
equipped).
– Always wash your hands and other exposed
areas as soon as possible after working with
chemicals.
– Wait for all movement to stop.
– Chemicals and fumes are dangerous; never
enter the tank or place your head over or in the
opening of a tank.
• Allow machine components to cool before
performing maintenance.
• Allow only qualified and authorized personnel to
• To ensure that the entire machine is in good
maintain, repair, adjust, or inspect the machine.
condition, keep all hardware properly tightened.
• Before performing any maintenance, thoroughly
• To reduce the potential for fire, keep the engine
clean and rinse the sprayer; refer to Chemical
Safety.
area free of excessive grease, chemicals, grass,
leaves, and dirt.
• Chemicals used in the sprayer system may be
hazardous and toxic to you, bystanders, animals,
plants, soils, or other property.
• If you must run the engine to perform a
maintenance adjustment, keep your hands, feet,
clothing, and any parts of your body away from
the engine and any moving parts. Keep everyone
away.
– Carefully read and follow the chemical warning
labels and safety data sheets (SDSs) for
all chemicals used, and protect yourself
according to the chemical manufacturer’s
recommendations.
• Do not adjust the ground speed of the machine. To
ensure safety and accuracy, have an authorized
Toro distributor check the ground speed.
– Always protect your skin while you are near
chemicals. Use the appropriate personal
protective equipment (PPE) to guard against
contact with chemicals, including the following:
• If the machine requires a major repair or you
need technical help, contact an authorized Toro
distributor.
◊ safety glasses, goggles, and/or face shield
• Modifying this machine in any manner may affect
◊ a chemical suit
machine operation, performance, durability, or its
use, and result in injury or death. Such use could
void the product warranty.
◊ a respirator or filter mask
◊ chemical-resistant gloves
• Support the machine with jack stands whenever
◊ rubber boots or other substantial footwear
you work under the machine.
◊ a clean change of clothes, soap, and
disposable towels for cleanup
• Carefully release pressure from components with
stored energy.
– Refuse to operate or work on the sprayer if
chemical safety information is not available.
– Do not fill, calibrate, or clean the machine while
people, especially children, or pets are in the
area.
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Recommended Maintenance Schedule(s)
Maintenance Service
Interval
Maintenance Procedure
After the first 8 hours
• Torque the wheel-lug nuts.
• Replace the hydraulic filter.
After the first 50 hours
• Change the engine oil.
• Check the air filter for the carbon canister.
• Replace the carbon-canister filter.
After the first 100 hours
• To provide proper performance and long sprayer life, follow these guidelines for
the first 100 operating hours:
Before each use or daily
•
•
•
•
•
Check the air pressure in the tires every 8 hours or daily.
Check the tank straps.
Check the engine-rotating screen.
Check the engine oil.
Check the tire pressure.
After each use
•
•
•
•
Clean the sprayer.
Clean the suction filter.
Clean the pressure filter.
Condition the spray system at the end of each daily use.
Every 50 hours
•
•
•
•
Lubricate the pump.
Clean and oil the air-cleaner foam element (more often in dusty, dirty conditions).
Check the battery-cable connections.
Check the battery-electrolyte level.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Lubricate all grease fittings.
Lubricate the section hinges.
Clean the engine-rotating screen (more often in dusty, dirty conditions).
Change the engine oil (more often when operating under heavy load or in high
temperature).
Replace the engine-oil filter.
Replace the fuel filter.
Torque the wheel-lug nuts.
Inspect the condition and wear of the tires.
Check front wheel toe-in.
Inspect the brakes.
Every 200 hours
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Replace the air-cleaner paper element (more often in dusty, dirty conditions).
Change the spark plugs.
Check the air filter for the carbon canister.
Replace the carbon-canister filter.
Check the adjustment of the differential-lock cable.
Check the parking brake.
Check the transaxle/hydraulic fluid.
Inspect all hoses and connections for damage and proper attachment.
Clean the flow meter (more often when using wettable powders).
Every 400 hours
• Complete all yearly maintenance procedure specified in the engine operator's
manual.
• Inspect the fuel lines.
• Drain and clean the fuel tank.
• Change the suction filter.
• Change the pressure filter.
• Inspect the pump diaphragms and replace if necessary (see an authorized Toro
distributor).
• Inspect the pump check valves and replace if necessary (see an authorized Toro
distributor).
• Inspect the nylon pivot bushings.
Every 100 hours
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Maintenance Service
Interval
Every 800 hours
Yearly
Maintenance Procedure
• Change the transaxle/hydraulic fluid and clean strainer.
• Replace the hydraulic filter.
• Calibrate the agitation-bypass valve.
• Clean the nozzle body and check-valve diaphragm.
Important: Refer to the engine owner’s manual for additional maintenance procedures.
Daily Maintenance Checklist
Duplicate this page for routine use.
Maintenance Check Item
For the week of:
Mon.
Tues.
Wed.
Check the brake and parking brake
operation.
Check the gear shift/neutral operation.
Check the fuel level.
Check the engine-oil level.
Check the transaxle oil level.
Inspect the air filter.
Inspect the engine cooling fins.
Check any unusual engine noises.
Check any unusual operating noises.
Check the tire pressure.
Check for fluid leaks.
Check the instrument operation.
Check the accelerator operation.
Clean the suction strainer.
Check toe-in.
Lubricate all grease fittings.1
Touch up and damaged paint.
1Immediately
after every washing, regardless of the interval listed
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Thurs.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Notation for Areas of Concern
Inspection performed by:
Item
Date
Information
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
CAUTION
If you leave the key in the ignition switch, someone could accidently start the engine and
seriously injure you or other bystanders.
Remove the key from the ignition and disconnect the wire(s) from the spark plug(s) before you
perform any maintenance. Set the wire(s) aside so that it does not accidentally contact the
spark plug(s).
Pre-Maintenance
Procedures
Raising the Sprayer
Whenever the engine is run for routine maintenance
and/or engine diagnostics, the rear wheels of the
sprayer should be 2.5 cm (1 inch) off the ground with
the rear axle supported on jack stands.
DANGER
A sprayer on a jack may be unstable and slip
off the jack, injuring anyone beneath it.
• Do not start the engine while the sprayer
is on a jack.
• Always remove the key from the ignition
before getting off the sprayer.
• Block the tires when the sprayer is on a
jack.
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The jacking point at the front of the sprayer is under
the front crossbar (Figure 36A). The jacking point at
the rear of the sprayer is on the rear frame support,
behind the rear tie-down loops (Figure 36B).
Figure 36
1. Front jacking point
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2. Rear tie-down loops
Lubrication
Greasing the Machine
Service Interval: Every 100 hours/Yearly (whichever
comes first)—Lubricate all grease
fittings.
Grease Type: No. 2 lithium grease
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Refer Figure 37 for the grease-point locations.
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Figure 37
1.
Wipe the grease fitting clean so that you do not
force dirt or debris into the bearing or bushing.
2.
Pump grease into the bearing or bushing.
3.
Wipe off the excess grease.
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Figure 38
1. Grease fitting (outboard
side of the spray pump)
Greasing the Sprayer Pump
2. Grease fitting (bottom,
rear side of the spray
pump)
Service Interval: Every 50 hours—Lubricate the
pump.
Grease Type: Mobil XHP 461
1.
Raise the sprayer; refer to Raising the Sprayer
(page 44).
2.
Locate the sprayer pump.
Note: The pump is located below the seat; refer
to Locating the Spray Pump (page 29).
3.
3. Front of the machine
Wipe the 2 remote grease fittings clean (Figure
38A and Figure 38B).
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4.
Pump grease into each remote grease fitting
(Figure 38A and Figure 38B).
5.
Wipe off the excess grease.
Engine Maintenance
Greasing the Section
Hinges
Service Interval: Every 100 hours
Engine Safety
Important: If the section hinge is washed with
Shut off the engine before checking the oil or adding
oil to the crankcase.
water, clear all water and debris from the hinge
assembly and apply fresh grease.
Checking the Air-Intake
Screen
Grease Type: No. 2 lithium grease
1.
2.
Wipe the grease fittings clean so that foreign
matter cannot be forced into the bearing or
bushing.
Service Interval: Before each use or daily—Check
the engine-rotating screen.
Pump grease into the bearing or bushing at
each fitting (Figure 39).
Every 100 hours—Clean the engine-rotating
screen (more often in dusty, dirty conditions).
Check and clean as necessary the air-intake screen
on the front of the engine before each use or daily.
Servicing the Air Cleaner
Service Interval: Every 50 hours/Yearly (whichever
comes first) (more often in dusty,
dirty conditions).
Every 200 hours/Yearly (whichever comes first)
(more often in dusty, dirty conditions).
Removing the Foam and Paper
Elements
1.
Set the parking brake, stop the pump, shut off
the engine, and remove the ignition key.
2.
Release the latch on the back of the seat and lift
the seat forward.
3.
Clean around the air cleaner to prevent dirt from
getting into the engine and causing damage
(Figure 40).
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Figure 39
1. Grease fitting
3.
Wipe off excess grease.
4.
Repeat the procedure for each section pivot.
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Checking the Paper Element
Inspect the paper element for tears, an oily film,
damage to the rubber seal, excessive dirt, or other
damage (Figure 42). If any of these conditions exist,
replace the filter.
Important: Do not clean the paper element with
pressurized air or liquids, such as a solvent,
gasoline, or kerosene.
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Figure 40
1. Air-cleaner cover
2. Knob
5. Foam element
6. Paper element
3. Cover nut
4. Cover
7. Rubber seal
8. Air-cleaner base
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Figure 42
1. Paper element
4.
Loosen the knob on the air-cleaner cover and
remove the cover (Figure 40).
5.
Carefully slide the foam element off the paper
element (Figure 40).
6.
Unscrew the cover nut and remove the cover
and paper element (Figure 40).
Important: To prevent engine damage, always
operate the engine with the complete foam and
paper air-cleaner assembly installed.
Installing the Foam and Paper
Elements
Cleaning the Foam Element
1.
Wash the foam element in liquid soap and warm
water.
2.
When the element is clean, rinse it thoroughly.
3.
Dry the element by squeezing it in a clean cloth.
4.
Put 30 to 59 ml (1 to 2 fl oz) of oil on the element
(Figure 41).
2. Rubber seal
1.
Carefully slide the foam element onto the paper
air-cleaner element (Figure 40).
2.
Slide the air-cleaner assembly and cover onto
the long rod.
3.
Install the cover nut finger-tight against the cover
(Figure 40).
Note: Ensure that the rubber seal is flat against
the air-cleaner base and cover.
Important: Replace the foam element if it
is torn or worn.
4.
Install the air-cleaner cover and knob (Figure
40).
5.
Close and latch the seat.
Servicing the Engine Oil
Crankcase Capacity is 2.0 L (2.1 US qt) with the filter.
Use high-quality engine oil that meets the following
specifications:
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• API classification Level required: SJ or higher.
• Preferred oil: SAE 10W30 (above 0°F)
• Alternate oil: SAE 5W30 (below 32°F)
Figure 41
1. Foam element
5.
2. Oil
Squeeze the element to distribute the oil.
Toro Premium Engine Oil is available from your
distributor in either 10W30 or 5W30 viscosity. See the
Parts Catalog for part numbers.
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Checking the Engine Oil
CAUTION
Components under the seat are hot if the
sprayer has been running. If you touch
hot components, you may be burned.
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
Every 400 hours/Yearly (whichever comes first)
The engine is shipped with oil in the crankcase;
however, you must check the level of oil before you
first start the engine and after you have run it.
1.
Position the machine on a level surface.
2.
Remove the dipstick and wipe it with a clean rag
(Figure 43). Insert the dipstick into the tube and
make sure that it is seated fully. Remove the
dipstick and check the oil level.
Allow the sprayer to cool before
performing maintenance or touching
components under the hood.
4.
5.
Place a pan below the oil drain.
Remove the drain plug (Figure 44).
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Figure 43
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1. Filler cap
Figure 44
2. Dipstick
1. Oil filter
3.
4.
If the oil level is low, remove the filler cap from
the valve cover (Figure 43) and pour oil into the
opening until the oil level is up to the FULL mark
on the dipstick. Add the oil slowly and check the
level often during this process. Do not overfill.
6.
7.
Install the dipstick firmly in place.
8.
Changing the Engine Oil
9.
10.
Service Interval: After the first 50 hours—Change
the engine oil.
Changing the Engine-Oil Filter
Start the engine and let it run for 5 minutes. This
warms the oil so it drains better.
2.
Position the machine on a level surface, engage
the parking brake, shut off the sprayer pump,
shut off the engine, and remove the key.
3.
Release the latch on the back of the seat and lift
the seat forward.
When the oil has drained completely, replace the
drain plug and torque it to 13.6 N∙m (10 ft-lb).
Dispose of the used oil at a certified recycling
center.
Slowly pour approximately 80% of the specified
amount of oil into the oil filler tube (Figure 43).
Check the oil level.
Slowly add additional oil to bring the oil level to
the FULL mark on the dipstick.
Important: Overfilling the crankcase with oil
may cause engine damage.
Every 100 hours—Change the engine oil (more
often when operating under heavy load or in
high temperature).
1.
2. Oil-drain plug
Service Interval: Every 100 hours
1. Drain the oil from the engine; refer to Changing
the Engine Oil (page 48), steps 1 through 7.
2. Remove the oil filter (Figure 44).
3. Wipe the filter adapter gasket surface.
4. Apply a thin coat of new oil to the rubber gasket
on the replacement filter.
5. Install the replacement oil filter to the filter
adapter. Turn the oil filter clockwise until the
rubber gasket contacts the filter adapter, then
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Checking the Spark Plugs
tighten the filter an additional 1/2 turn (Figure
44).
6.
Fill the crankcase with the correct type of new
oil; refer to Checking the Engine Oil (page 48),
steps 8 through 10.
7.
Dispose of the used oil filter at a certified
recycling center.
1.
Look at the center of the spark plugs (Figure 46).
Note: If you see a light brown or gray coating
on the insulator, the engine is operating properly.
A black coating on the insulator usually means
that the air cleaner is dirty.
Important: Do not clean the spark plugs.
Always replace a spark plug when it has a
black coating, worn electrodes, an oily film,
or cracks.
Changing the Spark Plugs
Service Interval: Every 200 hours
2.
Type: Champion RC-12YC (or equivalent)
Air Gap: 0.76 mm (0.030 inch)
Check the gap between the center and side
electrodes (Figure 46) and bend the side
electrode, if the gap is not correct.
Make sure that the air gap between the center and
side electrodes is correct before installing the spark
plugs. Use a spark-plug wrench for removing and
installing the spark plugs and a gapping tool/feeler
gauge to check and adjust the air gap.
Removing the Spark Plugs
1.
Position the machine on a level surface, engage
the parking brake, shut off the sprayer pump,
shut off the engine, and remove the key.
2.
Release the latch on the back of the seat and lift
the seat forward.
3.
Pull the wires off the spark plugs (Figure 45).
4.
Clean around the spark plugs to prevent dirt
from falling into the engine and potentially
causing damage.
5.
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Figure 46
1. Center-electrode insulator
Installing the Spark Plugs
Remove the spark plugs and metal washers.
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Figure 45
1. Spark-plug wire
3. Air gap (not to scale)
2. Side electrode
2. Spark plug
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1.
Install the spark plugs and metal washers.
2.
Tighten the spark plugs to 24.4 to 29.8 N∙m (18
to 22 ft-lb).
3.
Push the wires onto the spark plugs (Figure 45).
4.
Close and latch the seat.
Fuel System
Maintenance
Servicing the Carbon
Canister
Replacing the Fuel Filter
Checking the Air Filter for the
Carbon Canister
Service Interval: Every 100 hours—Replace the fuel
filter.
Service Interval: After the first 50 hours
Every 200 hours
Every 400 hours/Yearly (whichever comes
first)—Inspect the fuel lines.
1.
Set the parking brake, stop the pump, shut off
the engine, and remove the ignition key.
2.
Release the latch on the back of the seat and lift
the seat forward.
3.
Clamp off the hose on either side of the fuel filter
to prevent gas from pouring out of the hoses
when you remove the filter.
4.
Place a drain pan under the filter.
5.
Squeeze the ends of the hose clamps together
and slide them away from the filter (Figure 47).
6.
Remove the filter from the fuel lines.
Check the opening at the bottom of the air filter for the
carbon canister to ensure that it is clean and free of
debris and obstructions (Figure 48).
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Figure 48
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Figure 47
1. Hose clamp
3. Filter
2. Fuel line
4. Flow-direction arrow
7.
Install a new filter and move the hose clamps
close to the filter.
1. Air-filter opening
4. Carbon canister
2. Carbon-canister filter
3. Hose
5. Fuel tank
Replacing the Carbon-Canister
Filter
Ensure that the flow-direction arrow points
toward the engine.
Service Interval: After the first 50 hours
Every 200 hours
1.
Remove the barbed fitting of the carbon-canister
filter from the hose at the bottom of the carbon
canister, and remove the filter (Figure 48).
Note: Discard the old filter.
2.
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Fully insert the barbed fitting of the new
carbon-canister filter into the hose at the bottom
of the carbon canister.
Draining the Fuel Tank
Electrical System
Maintenance
Service Interval: Every 400 hours/Yearly (whichever
comes first)
Drain and clean the fuel tank if the fuel system
becomes contaminated or if you plan to store the
machine for an extended period. Use fresh, clean fuel
to flush out the tank.
1.
Electrical System Safety
• Disconnect the battery before repairing the
Transfer the fuel from the tank into an approved
fuel container using a siphon pump, or remove
the tank from the machine and pour the fuel out
of the tank fill spout into the fuel container.
machine. Disconnect the negative terminal first
and the positive last. Connect the positive terminal
first and the negative last.
Charge the battery in an open, well-ventilated
area, away from sparks and flames. Unplug the
charger before connecting or disconnecting the
battery.
Wear protective clothing and use insulated tools.
•
Note: If you remove the fuel tank, also remove
the fuel and return hoses from the tank before
removing the tank.
•
2.
Replace the fuel filter; refer to Replacing the
Fuel Filter (page 50).
Locating the Fuses
3.
Flush the tank with fresh, clean fuel, if necessary.
4.
Install the tank if you removed it.
There are 2 fuse blocks and 1 empty slot in the
electrical system. They are located beneath the seat
(Figure 49).
5.
Fill the tank with fresh, clean fuel.
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Figure 49
1. Battery
2. Fuse blocks
Servicing the Battery
Important: Do not jump start the battery of the
machine.
Always keep the battery clean and fully charged. Use
a paper towel to clean the battery and battery box. If
the battery terminals are corroded, clean them with
a solution of 4 parts water and 1 part baking soda.
Apply a light coating of grease to the battery terminals
to prevent corrosion.
Voltage: 12 V with 280 cold cranking A at 0°F
Removing the Battery
1.
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Position the sprayer on a level surface, engage
the parking brake, shut off the sprayer pump,
shut off the engine, and remove the key.
2.
3.
Important: Always keep the battery retainer
The battery is located on the right side of the
machine behind the pump (Figure 49).
in place to protect and secure the battery.
Disconnect the negative (black) ground cable
from the battery post.
3.
Connect the positive (red) cable to the positive
(+) battery post and the negative (black) cable
to the negative (-) battery post using the bolts
and wing nuts. Slide the rubber boot over the
positive battery post.
4.
Install the battery cover and secure it with the 2
knobs (Figure 49).
WARNING
Incorrect battery cable routing could
damage the sprayer and cables causing
sparks. Sparks can cause the battery
gasses to explode, resulting in personal
injury.
Checking the Electrolyte Level
• Always disconnect the negative
(black) battery cable before
disconnecting the positive (red)
cable.
Service Interval: Every 50 hours
Note: When the machine is in storage check the
battery-electrolyte level every 30 days.
• Always connect the positive (red)
battery cable before connecting the
negative (black) cable.
1.
Loosen the knobs on the sides of the battery box
and remove the battery cover (Figure 49).
2.
Remove the filler caps. If the electrolyte is not
up to the fill line, add the required amount of
distilled water; refer to Adding Water to the
Battery (page 52).
WARNING
Battery terminals or metal tools could
short against metal sprayer components
causing sparks. Sparks can cause the
battery gasses to explode, resulting in
personal injury.
DANGER
Battery electrolyte contains sulfuric acid
which is a deadly poison and causes
severe burns.
• Do not drink electrolyte or allow it to
contact your skin, eyes or clothing.
Wear safety glasses to shield your
eyes and rubber gloves to protect
your hands.
• When removing or installing the
battery, do not allow the battery
terminals to touch any metal parts of
the sprayer.
• Do not allow metal tools to short
between the battery terminals and
metal parts of the sprayer.
• Fill the battery where clean water is
always available for flushing the skin.
• Always keep the battery strap in place
to protect and secure the battery.
Adding Water to the Battery
4.
Disconnect the positive (red) cable from the
battery post.
The best time to add distilled water to the battery is
just before you operate the machine. This lets the
water mix thoroughly with the electrolyte solution.
5.
Remove the battery retainer and fasteners
(Figure 49).
6.
Remove the battery.
1.
Clean the top of the battery with a paper towel.
2.
Remove the filler caps from the battery and
slowly fill each cell with distilled water until the
level is up to the fill line. Replace the filler caps.
Installing the Battery
Important: Do not overfill the battery.
Service Interval: Every 50 hours—Check the
battery-cable connections.
Electrolyte will overflow onto other parts
of the sprayer and severe corrosion and
deterioration will result.
1.
Set the battery on the battery box so that the
battery posts are toward the front of the sprayer.
2.
Install the battery retainer and secure it with the
fasteners you removed previously (Figure 49).
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Charging the Battery
Drive System
Maintenance
WARNING
Charging the battery produces gasses that
can explode.
Never smoke near the battery and keep sparks
and flames away from battery.
Inspecting the Wheels and
Tires
Important: Always keep the battery fully charged
Service Interval: Before each use or daily—Check
the tire pressure.
(1.260 specific gravity). This is especially
important to prevent battery damage when the
temperature is below 0°C (32°F).
1.
2.
3.
After the first 8 hours—Torque the wheel-lug
nuts.
Every 100 hours—Torque the wheel-lug nuts.
Remove the battery from the chassis; refer to
Removing the Battery (page 51).
Every 100 hours—Inspect the condition and
wear of the tires.
Check the electrolyte level; refer to Checking
the Electrolyte Level (page 52).
Check the tire pressure every 8 hours or daily to
ensure proper levels. Fill the tires to 138 kPa (20 psi).
Also, check the tires for wear or damage.
Connect a 3 to 4 A battery charger to the battery
posts. Charge the battery at a rate of 3 to 4 A
for 4 to 8 hours (12 V).
Check the wheels to ensure that they are mounted
securely after the first 8 operating hours and then
every 100 hours thereafter. Torque the front and rear
lug nuts to 102 to 108 N∙m (75 to 80 ft-lb).
Important: Do not overcharge the battery.
4.
Install the battery in the chassis; refer to
Installing the Battery (page 52).
Check the tire condition at least every 100 hours
of operation. Operating accidents, such as hitting
curbs, can damage a tire or rim and also disrupt
wheel alignment, so inspect the tire condition after
an accident.
Storing the Battery
If the machine will be stored for more than 30 days,
remove the battery and charge it fully. Either store
it on the shelf or on the machine. Leave the cables
disconnected if it is stored on the machine. Store
the battery in a cool atmosphere to avoid quick
deterioration of the charge in the battery. To prevent
the battery from freezing, ensure that it is fully
charged.
Adjusting the
Differential-Lock Cable
Service Interval: Every 200 hours
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1.
Move the differential-lock lever to the OFF
position.
2.
Loosen the jam nuts securing the differential-lock
cable to the bracket on the transaxle (Figure 50).
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Figure 51
1. Tire centerline—back
2. Tire centerline—front
3. Axle centerline
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Figure 50
1. Differential-lock cable
3. Spring
2. Transaxle bracket
4. 0.25 to 1.5 mm (0.01 to
0.06 inch) gap
3.
Adjust the jam nuts to obtain a 0.25 to 1.5 mm
(0.01 to 0.06 inch) gap between the spring hook
and the outside diameter of the hole in the
transaxle lever.
4.
Tighten the jam nuts when finished.
5.
If the measurement does not fall within the
specified range, loosen the jam nuts at both
ends of the tie rods (Figure 52).
Adjusting the Front Wheel
Toe-in
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Figure 52
Service Interval: Every 100 hours/Yearly (whichever
comes first)
1. Jam nut
The toe-in should be 0 to 6 mm (0 to 1/4 inch).
1.
Fill the tank with approximately 331 L (87.5 US
gallons) of water.
2.
Check and fill all tires; refer to Checking the Air
Pressure in the Tire (page 21).
3.
4.
4. Fixture
5. Axle-centerline distance
6. 15 cm (6 inches) ruler
6.
2. Tie rod
Rotate both tie rods to move the front of the tire
inward or outward.
Note: The tie rods measure the same length.
Drive the sprayer back and forth a few times to
relax the A-arms, then drive it forward at least
3 m (10 ft).
Measure the distance between both of the front
tires at the axle height at both the front and rear
of the front tires (Figure 51).
Note: You will need a fixture or alignment
gauge for measuring the rear of the front tires at
axle height. Use the same fixture or alignment
gauge to accurately measure the front of the
front tires at axle height (Figure 51).
The front of the tires should be 0 to 6 mm (0 to
1/4 inch) closer than the back side of the front
tires.
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7.
Tighten the tie rod jam nuts when the adjustment
is correct.
8.
Ensure that there is full travel of the steering
wheel in both directions.
Brake Maintenance
Adjusting the Parking
Brake
Checking the Brake Fluid
Service Interval: Every 200 hours—Check the
parking brake.
The brake-fluid reservoir is shipped from the factory
filled with DOT 3 brake fluid. Check the level before
starting the engine each day.
1.
Remove the plastic grip.
2.
Loosen the set screw securing the knob to the
parking-brake lever (Figure 54).
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Figure 54
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Figure 53
1. Parking-brake lever
1. Brake-fluid reservoir
1.
Position the sprayer on a level surface, set
the parking brake, stop the pump, shut off the
engine, and remove the ignition key.
2.
The fluid level should be up to the FULL line on
the reservoir.
3.
If the fluid level is low, clean the area around
the reservoir cap, remove the cap, and fill the
reservoir to the proper level. Do not overfill.
Inspecting the Brakes
Service Interval: Every 100 hours
The brakes are a critical safety component of the
sprayer. Inspect them as follows:
• Inspect the brake shoes for wear or damage. If the
lining (brake pad) thickness is less than 1.6 mm
(1/16 inch), replace the brake shoes.
• Inspect the backing plate and other components
for signs of excessive wear or deformation. If
any deformation is found, replace the appropriate
components.
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3.
Rotate the knob until a force of 18 to 23 kg (40
to 50 lb) is required to actuate lever.
4.
Tighten the set screw.
Hydraulic System
Maintenance
Hydraulic System Safety
• Seek immediate medical attention if fluid is injected
into skin. Injected fluid must be surgically removed
within a few hours by a doctor.
• Safely relieve all pressure in the hydraulic system
before performing any work on it.
• Ensure that all hydraulic-fluid hoses and lines are
in good condition and all hydraulic connections
and fittings are tight before applying pressure to
the hydraulic system.
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Figure 55
1. Dipstick
• Keep your body and hands away from pinhole
leaks or nozzles that eject high-pressure hydraulic
fluid.
Important: Be very careful not to get dirt or
other contaminants into the opening when
checking the transmission oil.
• Use cardboard or paper to find hydraulic leaks.
Hydraulic Fluid
Specification
Fluid type: Dexron III ATF.
3.
Insert the dipstick into the tube and make sure
that it is seated fully. Remove the dipstick and
check the oil level.
4.
The transaxle fluid level should be at the top of
the flat portion of the dipstick. If it is not, fill the
reservoir with the specified hydraulic fluid; refer
to Hydraulic Fluid Specification (page 56).
5.
Install the dipstick firmly in place.
Reservoir capacity: approximately 7 L (7.5 US qt)
Checking the
Transaxle/Hydraulic Fluid
Changing
Transaxle/Hydraulic Fluid
Service Interval: Every 200 hours
1.
Position the sprayer on a level surface, engage
the parking brake, shut off the sprayer pump,
shut off the engine, and remove the key.
2.
Remove the transaxle dipstick and wipe it with a
clean rag (Figure 55).
2. Fill hole
Service Interval: Every 800 hours/Yearly (whichever
comes first)
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1.
Position the sprayer on a level surface, set
the parking brake, stop the pump, shut off the
engine, and remove the ignition key.
2.
Place a drain pan under the drain plug of the
reservoir.
3.
Remove the drain plug from the side of the
reservoir, and let the hydraulic fluid flow into the
drain pan (Figure 56).
Replacing the Hydraulic
Filter
Service Interval: After the first 8 hours
Every 800 hours/Yearly (whichever comes first)
Use the Toro replacement filter (Part No. 54-0110).
Important: Use of any other filter may void the
warranty on some components.
1.
Position the sprayer on a level surface, set
the parking brake, stop the pump, shut off the
engine, and remove the ignition key.
2.
Clean the area around the filter mounting area.
3.
Place a drain pan under the filter.
4.
Remove the filter (Figure 58).
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Figure 56
1. Hydraulic dipstick
2. Drain plug
4.
Note the orientation of the hydraulic hose and
90° fitting connected to the strainer.
5.
Remove the hydraulic hose and 90° fitting
(Figure 57).
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Figure 58
1. Hydraulic filter
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Figure 57
1. Hydraulic strainer
3. 90° fitting
2. O-ring
6.
Remove the strainer and clean it by back
flushing it with a clean degreaser.
7.
Allow the strainer to air dry.
8.
Install the strainer when the oil is draining.
9.
Install the hydraulic hose and 90° fitting to the
strainer.
10.
Install and tighten the drain plug.
11.
Fill the reservoir with approximately 7 L (7.5 US
qt) of Dexron III ATF.
13.
Check the oil level and replenish it, if required.
6.
Ensure that the filter mounting area is clean.
7.
Screw the filter on until the gasket contacts the
mounting plate, then tighten the filter 1/2 turn.
8.
Start the engine and let it run for about 2 minutes
to purge air from the system.
9.
Shut off the engine and check the hydraulic-fluid
level and for leaks; refer to Checking the
Transaxle/Hydraulic Fluid (page 56).
Inspect the hydraulic lines and hoses daily for
leaks, kinked lines, loose mounting supports, wear,
loose fittings, weather deterioration, and chemical
deterioration. Make all necessary repairs before
operating.
specified. Other fluids could cause system
damage.
Start the engine and drive the sprayer to fill the
hydraulic system.
Lubricate the new filter gasket.
Checking the Hydraulic
Lines and Hoses
Important: Use only the hydraulic fluids
12.
5.
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Spray System
Maintenance
Inspecting the Hoses
Service Interval: Every 200 hours—Inspect all hoses
and connections for damage and
proper attachment.
Examine each hose in the spray system for cracks,
leaks or other damage. At the same time, inspect the
connections and fittings for similar damage. Replace
any worn or damaged hoses and fittings.
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Figure 60
Changing the Suction Filter
1. Screen vane
Service Interval: Every 400 hours
5.
Note: Determine the appropriate suction filter mesh
Park the machine on a level surface, engage the
parking brake, shut off the pump, shut off the
engine, and remove the key.
2.
At the top of the sprayer tank, remove the
retainer that secures the hose fitting attached to
the large hose from the filter housing (Figure 59).
Install the new suction filter into the filter housing.
Note: Ensure that the filter is fully seated.
size that you need for your job; refer to Selecting a
Suction Filter (page 22).
1.
2. Suction filter
6.
Align the hose and hose fitting to the filter
housing at the top of the tank, and secure the
fitting and housing with the retainer that you
removed in step 2.
Changing the Pressure
Filter
Service Interval: Every 400 hours
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Figure 59
1. Suction hose
2. Retainer
3.
Remove the hose and hose fitting from the filter
housing (Figure 59).
4.
Remove the old suction filter from the filter
housing in the tank (Figure 60).
Note: Discard the old filter.
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1.
Move the machine to a level surface, shut off the
sprayer pump, shut off the engine, and remove
the key.
2.
Align a drain pan under the pressure filter
(Figure 61).
Changing the Nozzle Filter
Note: Determine the appropriate nozzle filter mesh
size that you need for your job; refer to Selecting a
Nozzle-Tip Filter (Optional) (page 24).
1.
Park the machine on a level surface, engage the
parking brake, shut off the sprayer pump, shut
off the engine, and remove the key.
2.
Remove the nozzle from the spray turret (Figure
62).
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Figure 61
1. Filter head
2. O-ring (bowl)
4. Bowl
5. O-ring (drain plug)
3. Filter element
6. Drain plug
3.
Rotate the drain plug counterclockwise and
remove it from the bowl of the pressure filter
(Figure 61).
Note: Allow the bowl to drain completely.
4.
5.
Rotate the bowl counterclockwise and remove
from its filter head (Figure 61).
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Figure 62
Remove the old pressure filter element (Figure
61).
1. Spray turret
Note: Discard the old filter.
6.
Check the O-ring for the drain plug (located
inside the bowl) and the O-ring for bowl (located
inside the filter head) for damage and wear
(Figure 61).
3.
4.
5.
Install the new pressure filter element into the
filter head (Figure 61).
Note: Ensure that the filter element is firmly
9.
Install the plug into the bowl and tighten by hand
(Figure 61).
Install the nozzle onto the spray turret (Figure
62).
Inspecting the Pump
seated into the filter head.
Install the bowl onto the filter head and tighten
by hand (Figure 61).
Install the new nozzle filter (Figure 62).
Note: Ensure that the filter is fully seated.
for the plug, bowl, or both.
8.
Remove the old nozzle filter (Figure 62).
Note: Discard the old filter.
Note: Replace any damaged or worn O-rings
7.
3. Nozzle
2. Nozzle filter
Service Interval: Every 400 hours/Yearly (whichever
comes first)—Inspect the pump
diaphragms and replace if
necessary (see an authorized
Toro distributor).
Every 400 hours/Yearly (whichever comes
first)—Inspect the pump check valves and
replace if necessary (see an authorized Toro
distributor).
Note: The following machine components are
considered parts subject to consumption through use
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unless found defective and are not covered by the
warranty associated with this machine.
Have an authorized Toro distributor check following
internal pump components for damage:
• Pump diaphragms
• Pump check valves assemblies
Replace any components, if necessary.
Place a small amount of oil on the nylon
bushings, and install them into pivot bracket
(Figure 63).
8.
Install the boom and pivot bracket assembly into
the center frame, aligning the holes (Figure 63).
9.
Install the pivot pin and secure it with the bolt
and nut removed in step 4.
10.
Inspecting the Nylon Pivot
Bushings
Use the following procedure to adjust the level of the
left and right booms sections when they are in the
spray position.
Park the machine on a level surface, engage the
parking brake, shut off the pump, shut off the
engine, and remove the key.
2.
Extend the outer-boom sections to the spray
position and support the booms using stands or
straps and lifting equipment.
3.
With the weight of the boom supported, remove
the bolt and nut securing the pivot pin to the
boom assembly (Figure 63).
Repeat steps 2 through 9 for the other
outer-boom section.
Adjusting the Booms to
Level
Service Interval: Every 400 hours/Yearly (whichever
comes first)
1.
7.
1.
Extend the booms to the spray position.
2.
Remove the cotter pin from the pivot pin (Figure
64).
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Figure 64
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Figure 63
2. Pivot pin
1. Actuator
2. Actuator rod
3. Boom-pivot pin housing
4.
Remove the bolt and nut that secure the pivot
pin, and remove the pin (Figure 63).
3.
Lift up on the boom and remove the pin (Figure
64), and slowly lower the boom to the ground.
5.
Remove the boom and pivot bracket assembly
from the center frame to access the nylon
bushings.
4.
Inspect the pin for any damage and replace it
if necessary.
5.
6.
Remove and inspect the nylon bushings from
the front and back sides of the pivot bracket
(Figure 63).
Use a wrench on the flat sides of the actuator
rod to immobilize it, then loosen the jam nut to
allow the eyelet rod to be adjusted (Figure 65).
1. Nylon bushings
3. Bolt
Note: Replace any worn or damaged bushings.
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4. Cotter
5. Pin
Cleaning
Cleaning the Flow Meter
Service Interval: Every 200 hours/Yearly (whichever
comes first) (more often when using
wettable powders).
1.
Thoroughly rinse and drain the entire spraying
system.
2.
Remove the flow meter from the sprayer and
flush it with clean water.
3.
Remove the retainer ring on the upstream side
(Figure 66).
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Figure 65
1. Flat on the actuator rod
5. Eyelet adjusted
2. Jam nut
6. Eyelet position for
assembly
3. Eyelet
7. Jam nut tightened to lock
new position
4. Jam nut loosened
6.
Turn the eyelet rod in the actuator rod to shorten
or lengthen the extended actuator to the desired
position (Figure 65).
Note: You must turn the eyelet rod in half or
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Figure 66
complete revolutions so that you can assemble
the rod to the boom.
7.
Once the desired position has been achieved,
tighten the jam nut to secure the actuator and
eyelet rod.
8.
Raise the boom to align the pivot with the
actuator rod.
9.
While holding the boom, insert the pin through
both boom pivot and actuator rod (Figure 64).
10.
11.
1. Flange (flow-meter body)
6. Stud (turbine)
2. Rotor/magnet
7. Wire-harness clamp
3. Upstream hub and bearing 8. Flange-head screw
(with keyway up)
4. Downstream hub (with
keyway up)
9. Sensor assembly
5. Retaining ring
With the pin in place, release the boom and
secure the pin with the cotter previously
removed.
4.
Clean the turbine and the turbine hub to remove
metal filings and any wettable powders.
5.
Inspect the turbine blades for wear.
Note: Hold the turbine in your hand and spin
Repeat the procedure for each actuator rod
bearing, if necessary.
it. It should spin freely with very little drag. If it
does not, replace it.
6.
Assemble the flow meter.
7.
Use a low pressure (50 kPa or 5 psi) air jet to
ensure that the turbine spins freely.
Note: If the turbine does not spin freely, loosen
the hex stud on the bottom of the turbine hub by
1/16 of a turn until it does spins freely.
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Removing the Valve Actuator
Cleaning the Sprayer
Valves
1.
Position the sprayer on a level surface, engage
the parking brake, shut off the pump, shut off the
engine, and remove the key.
2.
Remove the 3-pin connector of the valve
actuator from the 3-socket connector of the
sprayer harness.
3.
Remove the retainer that secures the actuator to
the manifold valve for the rate control, agitation,
master section, or section valve (Figure 67).
• To clean the rate-control valve, refer to the
following sections:
1.
Removing the Valve Actuator (page 62)
2.
Removing the Rate-Control-Manifold Valve
(page 63)
3.
Cleaning the Manifold Valve (page 66)
4.
Assembling the Manifold Valve (page 67)
5.
Installing the Rate Control Manifold Valve
(page 68)
6.
Installing the Valve Actuator (page 71)
Note: Squeeze the 2 legs of the retainer
together while pushing it down.
Note: Retain the actuator and retainer for
installation in Installing the Valve Actuator (page
71).
• To clean the agitation valve; refer to the following
sections:
1.
Removing the Valve Actuator (page 62)
2.
Removing the Agitation-Manifold Valve
(page 63)
3.
Cleaning the Manifold Valve (page 66)
4.
Assembling the Manifold Valve (page 67)
5.
Installing the Agitation-Manifold Valve (page
68)
6.
Installing the Valve Actuator (page 71)
• To clean the master-section valve, refer to the
following sections:
1.
Removing the Valve Actuator (page 62)
2.
Removing the Master-Section-Manifold
Valve (page 64)
3.
Cleaning the Manifold Valve (page 66)
4.
Assembling the Manifold Valve (page 67)
5.
Installing the Master-Section-Manifold Valve
(page 69)
6.
Installing the Valve Actuator (page 71)
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Figure 67
Section-Valve Actuator Shown (the agitation-valve actuator
is similar)
1. Valve actuator (section
valve shown)
2. Retainer
4.
• To clean the 3 section valves; refer to the following
sections:
1.
Removing the Valve Actuator (page 62)
2.
Removing the Section-Manifold Valve (page
65)
3.
Cleaning the Manifold Valve (page 66)
4.
Assembling the Manifold Valve (page 67)
5.
Installing the Section Manifold Valve (page
70)
6.
Installing the Valve Actuator (page 71)
3. Stem port
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Remove the actuator from the manifold valve.
Removing the
Rate-Control-Manifold Valve
1.
Remove the clamps and gaskets that secure the
manifold for the rate-control valve (Figure 68).
Note: Retain the clamp(s) and gasket(s) for
installation in Installing the Rate Control Manifold
Valve (page 68).
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Figure 69
1. Flanged-head bolt
4. Retainer
2. Valve mount
5. Socket (outlet fitting)
3. Flanged locknut
6. Manifold-valve assembly
3.
Note: If necessary, loosened the mounting
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hardware for the pressure-filter head to ease
removal of the rate-control valve.
Figure 68
1. Flange (pressure-filter
head)
4. Clamp
2. Manifold (rate-control
valve)
5. Gasket
3. Flange (agitation valve)
6. 3-pin connector (valve
actuator—rate-control
valve)
2.
Remove the 2 flanged-head bolts and 2 flanged
locknuts that secure the rate-control valve to
the valve mount and remove the valve manifold
from the machine (Figure 69).
Removing the Agitation-Manifold
Valve
1.
Remove the retainer that secures the outlet
fitting to the manifold for the rate-control valve
(Figure 69).
Remove the clamps and gaskets that secure
the manifold for the agitation valve (Figure
70) to the agitation-bypass valve, rate-control
valve, master-section valve, and adapter fitting
(agitation-throttle valve).
Note: Retain the clamp(s) and gasket(s) for
installation in Installing the Agitation-Manifold
Valve (page 68).
2.
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Remove the retainer that secures the outlet
fitting to the manifold for the agitation valve
(Figure 70).
Removing the
Master-Section-Manifold Valve
1.
Remove the clamps and gaskets that secure the
manifold for the master-section valve (Figure 72)
to the master-section-bypass valve, agitation
valve, and master-section-manifold valve (at the
end of the hose for the flow meter).
Note: Retain the clamp(s) and
gasket(s) for installation in Installing the
Master-Section-Manifold Valve (page 69).
2.
Remove the retainer that secures the outlet
fitting to the manifold for the master-section
valve (Figure 72).
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Figure 70
1. Gasket
6. 3-pin connector (valve
actuator—agitation valve)
2. Flange (pressure-filter
head)
7. Socket (outlet fitting)
3. Manifold (agitation valve)
8. Retainer
4. Flange (bypass
valve—agitation valve)
9. Clamp
5. Flange (master-section
valve)
3.
Remove the flanged-head bolt and flanged
locknut that secures the agitation valve to the
valve mount and remove the valve manifold from
the machine (Figure 71).
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Figure 72
1. Gasket
5. 3-pin connector (valve
actuator—master-section
valve)
2. Flange
(bypass—master-section
valve)
6. Socket (outlet fitting)
3. Flange (agitation valve)
7. Retainer
4. Manifold (master-section
valve)
8. Clamp
3.
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Figure 71
1. Flanged-head bolt
3. Valve mount
2. Manifold (agitation valve)
4. Flanged locknut
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Remove the flanged-head bolt and flanged
locknut that secures the master-section valve to
the valve mount and remove the valve manifold
from the machine (Figure 73).
2.
Remove the retainers that secure the outlet
fitting to the section-valve manifold and the valve
manifold to the bypass fitting (Figure 75).
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Figure 73
1. Flanged-head bolt
3. Valve mount
2. Manifold (master-section
valve)
4. Flanged locknut
Removing the Section-Manifold
Valve
1.
Remove clamps and gaskets that secure the
manifold for the section valve (Figure 74) to the
adjacent section valve (if left section valve, and
the reducer coupling).
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Figure 75
1. Retainer
3. Socket (outlet fitting)
2. Socket (bypass fitting)
4. Manifold-valve assembly
3.
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Figure 74
1. Flange (reducer coupling)
4. Gasket
2. Manifold (section valve)
5. Flange clamp
3. Flange (adjacent section
valve)
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For the left or right section valves, remove the
flanged-head bolts and flanged locknuts that
secure the section valve(s) to the valve mount
and remove the valve manifold(s) from the
machine; for the center section valve, remove
the section-valve manifold from the machine
(Figure 76).
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Figure 78
Agitation Valve Manifold
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Figure 76
1. Bypass fitting
1. Stem retainer
7. Back seating O-ring (0.676
x 0.07 inch)
2. Valve stem
8. Valve-seat ring
2. Section-valve manifold
3. Stem port
Cleaning the Manifold Valve
1.
Position the valve stem so that it is in the closed
position (Figure 77B).
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1. Valve open
2.
10. Ball valve
5. End-cap fitting
11. End-cap-fitting assembly
6. End-cap seal O-ring
(0.796 x 0.139 inch)
Figure 77
2. Valve closed
Remove the 2 end-cap-fitting assemblies from
each end of the manifold body (Figure 78 and
Figure 79).
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9. Manifold body
4. Stem-capture retainer
Assembling the Manifold Valve
Operator supplied material: Clear silicone grease.
Important: Use only silicone grease when
assembling the valve.
1.
Check the condition of the outlet fitting O-rings
(section valve manifold only), end cap O-rings,
back seating O-rings, and ball seat for damage
or wear (Figure 78 and Figure 79).
Note: Replace any damaged or worn O-rings
or seats.
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2.
Apply silicone grease to the valve stem and
insert it into the valve stem seat (Figure 78 and
Figure 79).
3.
Install the valve stem and seat into the manifold
and secure the stem and seat with the stem
retainer (Figure 78 and Figure 79).
4.
Ensure that the back seating O-ring and the ball
seat are aligned and seated into the end-cap
fitting (Figure 78 and Figure 79)
5.
Install the end-cap fitting assembly onto the
manifold body until the flange of the end-cap
fitting touches the manifold body (Figure 78
and Figure 79), then turn the end-cap fitting an
additional 1/8 to 1/4 turn.
Figure 79
Section Valve Manifold
1. Valve-stem seat
7. End-cap O-ring (0.796 x
0.139 inch)
2. Valve-stem assembly
8. Back seating O-ring (0.676
x 0.07 inch)
3. Stem port
4. Stem retainer
Note: Use caution so as not to damage the end
of the fitting.
9. Ball seat
6.
10. Manifold body
Note: The valve stem should fit inside the ball
5. Outlet fitting O-ring (0.737 11. Ball valve
x 0.103 inch)
6. Coupling (manifold)
3.
Insert the ball into the valve body (Figure 80).
drive slot. If the valve stem does not fit, adjust
the position of the ball (Figure 80).
12. Coupling assembly
(manifold)
Turn the valve stem so that the ball is in the
open position (Figure 77A).
Note: When the valve stem is parallel with the
valve flow, the ball slides out.
4.
Remove the stem retainer from the slots in the
stem port in the manifold (Figure 78 and Figure
79).
5.
Remove the stem retainer and valve stem seat
from the manifold (Figure 78 and Figure 79).
6.
Reach into the manifold body and remove the
valve-stem assembly (Figure 78 and Figure 79).
7.
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Figure 80
Clean the inside of the manifold and exterior
of the ball valve, valve-stem assembly, stem
capture, and end fittings.
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7.
Turn the valve stem assembly so that the valve
is closed (Figure 77B)
8.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the other end-cap
fitting assembly.
Installing the Rate Control
Manifold Valve
1.
Align a gasket between the flanges of the rate
control valve manifold and the pressure filter
head (Figure 81A).
4.
Assemble the rate control valve manifold,
gasket, and agitation-valve manifold with a
flange clamp and tighten by hand (Figure 81A).
5.
Assemble the rate control valve to the valve
mount with the 2 flanged-head bolts and 2
flanged locknuts (Figure 81A) that you removed
in step 3 of Removing the Rate-Control-Manifold
Valve (page 63) and torque the nut and bolt to
10 to 12 N∙m (90 to 110 in-lb).
6.
Assemble the outlet fitting onto the coupling
fitting at the bottom of the manifold for the rate
control valve (Figure 81B).
7.
Secure the outlet fitting coupling fitting by
inserting a retainer into the socket of the outlet
fitting (Figure 81B).
8.
If you loosened the mounting hardware for the
pressure filter head, tighten the nut and bolt to
10 to 12 N∙m (90 to 110 in-lb).
Note: If needed, loosen the mounting hardware
for the pressure filter head as needed to provide
clearance.
Installing the Agitation-Manifold
Valve
1.
Align the flange of the agitation-valve manifold,
1 gasket, and the flange of the agitation-bypass
valve (Figure 82A).
Note: If needed, loosen the mounting hardware
for the master-section valve as needed to
provide clearance.
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Figure 81
1. Locknut (1/4
inch)
5. Gasket
2. Valve mount
6. Flange clamp
9. Coupling
(manifold-valve)
10. Socket (outlet
fitting)
3. Flange
7. Flange
11. Retainer
(agitation-valve)
(pressure filter
head)
4. Flanged-head
bolt (1/4 x 3/4
inch)
8. Flange (rate
control valve)
2.
Assemble the rate control valve manifold,
gasket, and pressure filter head with a flange
clamp and tighten by hand (Figure 81A).
3.
Align a gasket between the flanges of the rate
control valve and the agitation-valve manifold
(Figure 81A).
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8.
Secure the end-cap fitting to the outlet fitting by
inserting a retainer into the socket of the outlet
fitting (Figure 82C).
9.
Assemble the agitation valve to the valve mount
with the flanged-head bolt and flanged locknut
that you removed in step 3 of Removing the
Agitation-Manifold Valve (page 63) and torque
the nut and bolt to 1017 to 1243 N∙cm (90 to
110 in-lb).
10.
If you loosened the mounting hardware for the
master-section valve, tighten the nut and bolt to
1978 to 2542 N∙cm (175 to 225 in-lb).
Installing the
Master-Section-Manifold Valve
1.
Align the flange of the master-section-valve
manifold, 1 gasket, and the flange of the
master-section-bypass valve (Figure 83A).
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Figure 82
1. Flange clamp
7. Flanged locknut
2. Gasket
8. Flange (rate-control valve)
3. Manifold (agitation valve)
9. Flange (master-section
valve)
10. Retainer
4. Flange
(manifold—agitation-bypass
valve)
5. Flanged-head bolt
11. Socket (outlet fitting)
6. Valve mount
2.
Assemble the agitation-bypass valve, gasket,
and agitation-valve manifold with a clamp
tightened by hand (Figure 82A).
3.
Align a gasket between the flanges of the
rate-control valve and the agitation-valve
manifold (Figure 82B).
4.
Assemble the gasket and agitation-valve
manifold with a clamp tightened by hand (Figure
82B).
5.
6.
7.
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Figure 83
Align a gasket between the flanges of the
agitation-valve manifold and the master-section
valve (Figure 82B).
Assemble the agitation-valve manifold, gasket,
and master-section valve with a clamp tightened
by hand (Figure 82B).
1. Flange clamp
6. Valve mount
2. Gasket
7. Flanged locknut
3. Manifold (master-section
valve)
8. Flange (agitation valve)
4. Flange
(bypass—master-section
valve)
9. Retainer
5. Flanged-head bolt
Assemble the agitation-valve manifold and
socket with a clamp tightened by hand (Figure
82C).
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10. Socket (outlet fitting)
2.
Assemble the master-section-valve manifold,
gasket, and master-section-bypass valve with a
clamp tightened by hand (Figure 83A).
3.
Align the flange of the master-section-valve
manifold, a gasket, and the agitation-valve
manifold (Figure 83B).
4.
Assemble the master-section-valve manifold,
gasket, and agitation-valve manifold with a
clamp tightened by hand (Figure 83B)
5.
Align the flange of the master-section-valve
manifold, a gasket, and the master-section
house (Figure 83B).
6.
Assemble the master-section-valve manifold
and socket with a clamp tightened by hand
(Figure 83B).
7.
Secure the end-cap fitting to the outlet fitting by
inserting a retainer into the outlet fitting (Figure
83B).
8.
Assemble the agitation valve to the valve mount
with the flanged-head bolt and flanged locknut
that you removed in step 3 of Removing the
Master-Section-Manifold Valve (page 64) and
torque the nut and bolt to 1017 to 1243 N∙cm
(90 to 110 in-lb).
Installing the Section Manifold
Valve
1.
Insert the upper end-cap fitting of the manifold
valve into the bypass fitting (Figure 84A).
Note: If needed, loosen the mounting hardware
for the bypass fitting to provide clearance.
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Figure 84
1. Flange (reducer coupling)
6. Socket (outlet fitting)
2. Socket (bypass fitting)
7. Retainer
3. Bypass fitting
8. Flange (manifold—section
valve)
4. Flange (adjacent
manifold—agitation valve)
9. Gasket
5. End-cap fitting (manifold
valve assembly)
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10. Flange clamp
2.
Secure the end-cap fitting to the bypass fitting
by inserting a retainer into the socket of the
bypass fitting (Figure 84A).
3.
Assemble the outlet fitting onto the lower
end-cap fitting of the manifold valve (Figure
84A).
4.
Secure the end-cap fitting to the outlet fitting by
inserting a retainer into the socket of the outlet
fitting (Figure 84A).
5.
Align a gasket between the flanges of the
reducer coupling and the section valve manifold
(Figure 84B).
6.
Assemble the reducer coupling, gasket, and
section valve manifold with a clamp and tighten
by hand (Figure 84B).
7.
If installing the 2 left most section valves, align
a gasket between the flanges of the 2 adjacent
section valve manifolds (Figure 84B).
8.
Assemble the 2 adjacent section valve manifolds
and gasket with a clamp and tighten by hand
(Figure 84B).
9.
10.
Storage
For the left or right boom section valves,
assemble the valves to the valve mount with
the flanged-head bolt and flanged locknut
that you removed in step 3 of Removing the
Section-Manifold Valve (page 65) and torque the
nuts and bolts to 10 to 12 N∙m (90 to 110 in-lb).
Storage Safety
• Shut off the engine, remove the key (if equipped),
and wait for all movement to stop before you leave
the operator’s position. Allow the machine to cool
before adjusting, servicing, cleaning, or storing it.
If you loosened the mounting hardware for the
bypass fitting, tighten the nut and bolt to 10 to 12
N∙m (90 to 110 in-lb).
• Do not store the machine or fuel container where
there is an open flame, spark, or pilot light, such
as on a water heater or other appliance.
Installing the Valve Actuator
1.
Align the actuator to the manifold valve and
(Figure 67).
2.
Secure the actuator and valve with the retainer
that you removed in step 3 of Removing the
Valve Actuator (page 62).
3.
Preparing the Sprayer
System
Connect the 3-pin connector of the valve-actuator
harness to the 3-socket connector of the wire
harness of the sprayer.
1.
Position the sprayer on a level surface, engage
the parking brake, shut off the pump, shut off the
engine, and remove the key.
2.
Clean dirt and grime from the entire machine,
including the outside of the engine cylinder head
fins and blower housing.
Important: You can wash the machine
with mild detergent and water. Do not use
high-pressure water to wash the machine.
Pressure washing may damage the electrical
system or wash away necessary grease at
friction points. Avoid excessive use of water,
especially near the control panel, lights,
engine, and the battery.
3.
Clean the spray system; refer to Cleaning (page
61).
4.
Clean the ball valve in the valve assembly; refer
to Cleaning the Manifold Valve (page 66).
5.
Condition the sprayer system as follows:
A.
Drain the fresh-water tank.
B.
Drain the spray system as completely as
possible.
C.
Prepare rust inhibiting, non-alcohol
based, RV antifreeze solution per the
manufacturer's instructions.
D.
Add the RV antifreeze solution to the
fresh-water tank, the sprayer tank, and if
installed the optional rinse tank.
E.
If installed, pump the RV antifreeze solution
in the optional rinse tank into the spray tank.
F.
Run the sprayer pump for a few minutes
to circulate the RV antifreeze throughout
the sprayer system and any installed spray
accessories.
Spray the RV antifreeze solution out of the
spray nozzles.
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G.
6.
Important: Do not store
Drain the fresh-water tank and spray system
as completely as possible.
stabilizer/conditioned fuel over 90
days.
Use the boom-section lift switches to raise
the outer-boom sections. Raise the sections
until they have moved completely into the
boom-transport cradle, forming the ‘X’ transport
position and the section cylinders are fully
retracted.
2.
Remove the spark plugs and check their
condition; refer to Removing the Spark Plugs
(page 49).
3.
With the spark plugs removed from the engine,
pour 2 tablespoons of engine oil into the spark
plug hole.
4.
Use the electric starter to crank the engine and
distribute the oil inside the cylinder.
5.
Install the spark plugs and tighten to
recommended torque; refer to Installing the
Spark Plugs (page 49).
Note: Make sure that the section cylinders are
fully retracted to prevent actuator rod damage.
Performing the Service
Procedures
1.
Inspect the brakes; refer to Inspecting the
Brakes (page 55).
2.
Service the air cleaner; refer to Servicing the Air
Cleaner (page 46).
3.
Grease the sprayer; refer to the Lubrication
(page 45).
4.
Change the crankcase oil; refer to Changing the
Engine Oil (page 48).
5.
Check the air pressure in the tires; refer to
Checking the Air Pressure in the Tire (page 21).
Note: Do not install the wire on the spark
plug(s).
6.
Note: Do not connect the battery cables to the
battery posts during storage.
Important: The battery must be fully
charged to prevent it from freezing and being
damaged at temperatures below 0°C (32°F).
A fully charged battery maintains its charge
for about 50 days at temperatures lower
than 4°C (40°F). If the temperatures will be
above 4°C (40°F), check the water level in the
battery and charge it every 30 days.
Preparing the Engine and
Battery
1.
For storage over 30 days, prepare the fuel
system as follows:
A.
Preparing the Machine
Add a petroleum based
stabilizer/conditioner to fuel in the
tank.
Follow mixing instructions from stabilizer
manufacturer. Do not use an alcohol based
stabilizer (ethanol or methanol).
Note: A fuel stabilizer/conditioner is most
effective when mixed with fresh gasoline
and used at all times.
B.
Run the engine to distribute conditioned fuel
through the fuel system (5 minutes).
C.
Shut off the engine, allow it to cool, and
drain the fuel tank.
D.
Start the engine and run it until it stops.
E.
Choke the engine.
F.
Start and run the engine until it does not
start again.
G.
Dispose of fuel properly. Recycle as per
local codes.
Remove the battery from the chassis, check
the electrolyte level, and charge it fully; refer to
Removing the Battery (page 51).
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1.
Check and tighten all bolts, nuts, and screws.
Repair or replace any part that is damaged.
2.
Check the condition of all spray hoses, replacing
any that are damaged or worn.
3.
Tighten all hose fittings.
4.
Paint all scratched or bare metal surfaces. Paint
is available from your authorized Toro distributor.
5.
Store the machine in a clean, dry garage or
storage area.
6.
Remove the ignition key and put it in a safe
place out of the reach of children.
7.
Cover the machine to protect it and keep it clean.
Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting the Engine and Machine
Problem
The starter does not crank.
The engine cranks but does not start.
Possible Cause
1. The range selector is in a gear other
than NEUTRAL.
1. Press the brake pedal and move the
range selector to the NEUTRAL position.
2. The electrical connections are
corroded or loose.
3. A fuse is blown or loose.
4. The battery is discharged.
5. The safety-interlock system is
malfunctioning.
6. A starter or starter solenoid is broken.
7. The internal engine components have
seized.
2. Check the electrical connections for
good contact.
3. Correct or replace fuse.
4. Charge or replace the battery.
5. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
6. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
7. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
1. The fuel tank is empty.
1. Fill the tank with fresh fuel.
2. Dirt, water, or stale fuel is in the fuel
system.
3. The fuel line is clogged.
4. The spark plug lead is disconnected.
5. A spark plug is damaged or dirty.
6. The kill relay is not energized.
2. Drain and flush the fuel system; add
fresh fuel.
3. Clean or replace the fuel system.
4. Connect the spark plug.
5. Replace the spark plug.
6. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
7. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
7. The ignition is broken.
The engine starts but does not keep
running.
1. The fuel tank vent is restricted.
1. Replace the fuel cap.
2. Dirt or water is in the fuel system.
2. Drain and flush the fuel system; add
fresh fuel.
3. Replace the fuel filter.
4. Correct or replace the fuse.
5. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
6. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
7. Check and tighten wire connections.
3. The fuel filter is clogged.
4. A fuse is blown or loose.
5. The fuel pump is broken.
6. The carburetor is broken.
7. There are loose wires or poor
connections.
8. The cylinder head gasket is broken.
The engine runs but knocks or misses.
Corrective Action
8. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
1. Dirt, water, or stale fuel is in the fuel
system.
1. Drain and flush the fuel system; add
fresh fuel.
2. A spark plug lead is loose.
3. A spark plug is broken.
4. There are loose wires or poor
connections.
5. The engine is overheating.
2. Connect the spark plug lead.
3. Replace the spark plug.
4. Check and tighten wire connections.
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5. See “The engine overheats” in
Troubleshooting the Engine and
Machine.
Problem
The engine does not idle.
Possible Cause
1. The fuel tank vent is restricted.
1. Replace the fuel cap.
2. Dirt, water, or stale fuel is in the fuel
system.
3. A spark plug is damaged or broken.
4. Carburetor idle passages are plugged.
8. The air-cleaner element is dirty.
2. Drain and flush the fuel system; add
fresh fuel.
3. Replace the spark plug.
4. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
5. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
6. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
7. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
8. Clean or replace the element.
1. The crankcase-oil level is incorrect.
1. Fill or drain to the FULL mark.
2. There is excessive loading.
2. Reduce the load; use lower ground
speed.
3. Clean with every use.
4. Clean with every use.
5. The idle speed adjusting screw is
incorrectly set.
6. The fuel pump is broken.
7. There is low compression.
The engine overheats.
3. The air-intake screens are dirty.
4. The cooling fins and air passages
under the engine blower housing
and/or the rotating air-intake screen
are plugged.
5. The fuel mixture is lean.
The engine loses power.
Corrective Action
5. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
1. The crankcase-oil level is incorrect.
1. Fill or drain to the FULL mark.
2. The air-cleaner element is dirty.
3. Dirt, water, or stale fuel is in the fuel
system.
4. The engine is overheated.
5. A spark plug is damaged or dirty.
6. The vent hole in the fuel tank vent
fitting is plugged.
7. There is low compression.
2. Clean or replace.
3. Drain and flush the fuel system; add
fresh fuel.
4. See The Engine Overheats.
5. Replace the spark plug.
6. Replace the fuel cap.
1. The engine mounting bolts are loose.
1. Tighten the engine mounting bolts.
2. There is a problem with the engine.
2. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
The machine does not operate or is
sluggish in either direction because the
engine bogs down or stalls.
1. The parking brake is set.
1. Release the parking brake.
The machine does not operate in either
direction.
1. The range selector is in the NEUTRAL
position.
1. Press the brake and shift the range
selector into a gear.
2. The parking brake was not released or
the parking brake is not releasing.
3. The transmission is broken.
2. Release the parking brake or check
the linkage.
3. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
4. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
5. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
There is abnormal vibration or noise.
4. The control linkage needs adjustment
or replacement.
5. The driveshaft or wheel-hub key has
been damaged.
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7. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
Troubleshooting the Spray System
Problem
A section does not spray.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
1. The electrical connection on the
section valve is dirty or disconnected.
1. Turn the valve off manually. Disconnect
the electrical connector on the valve
and clean all leads, then connect it.
2. There is a blown fuse.
2. Check the fuses and replace them as
necessary.
3. Repair or replace the hose.
4. Adjust the section bypass.
3. There is a pinched hose.
4. A section bypass is improperly
adjusted.
5. There are damaged section valve.
6. The electrical system is damaged.
5. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
6. Contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
A section does not turn off.
1. The section valve is damaged.
1. Disassemble the section valve; refer
to the section Cleaning the Sprayer
Valves. Inspect all of the parts and
replace any that are damaged.
A section valve is leaking.
1. A seal or valve seat is worn or
damaged.
1. Disassemble the valve and replace
the seals using the Valve Repair
Kit; contact your authorized Toro
distributor.
The spray nozzle(s) drip when the section
switch(es) is shut off
1. Debris has accumulated between
the nozzle body and the check-valve
diaphragm.
1. Clean the nozzle body and diaphragm;
refer to Cleaning the Nozzle Body and
Check-Valve Diaphragm.
A pressure drop occurs when you turn on
a section.
1. The section bypass is improperly
adjusted.
1. Adjust the section bypass.
2. There is an obstruction in the section
valve body.
2. Remove the inlet and outlet
connections to the section valve
and remove any obstructions.
3. Remove and inspect all nozzles.
3. A nozzle filter is damaged or clogged.
When you shut off the sections, there is
a pressure change when you switch the
agitation switch to the ON position.
1. The agitation-bypass valve is not
calibrated.
1. Calibrate the agitation-bypass valve.
When spraying with multiple sections, the
pressure changes when you shut off a
section.
1. The section bypass valve is not
calibrated for the selected spray
nozzles.
1. Calibrate the section-bypass valve.
At the end a the spray job, there is more
fluid in the tank than expected.
1. The fluid requirement was not
calculated correctly
1. Refer to the nozzle chart for the correct
nozzle for the application rate.
2. The spray system is not calibrated
2. Perform a flow calibration and a speed
calibration.
1. The fluid requirement was not
calculated correctly.
1. Refer to the nozzle chart for the correct
nozzle for the application rate.
2. The spray system is not calibrated.
2. Perform a flow calibration and a speed
calibration.
The spray tank runs out of fluid during the
spray job unexpectedly.
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Schematics
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Sprayer System Schematic (Rev. DWG 125-0698 Rev B)
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from you or through your local Toro company or dealer. Toro uses this information to fulfil contractual obligations - such as to register your warranty,
process your warranty claim or to contact you in the event of a product recall - and for legitimate business purposes - such as to gauge customer
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connection with the sale, purchase or merger of a business. We will never sell your personal information to any other company for marketing purposes.
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about applicable retention periods please contact [email protected]
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374-0282 Rev C
California Proposition 65 Warning Information
What is this warning?
You may see a product for sale that has a warning label like the following:
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm—www.p65Warnings.ca.gov.
What is Prop 65?
Prop 65 applies to any company operating in California, selling products in California, or manufacturing products that may be sold in or brought into
California. It mandates that the Governor of California maintain and publish a list of chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects, and/or other
reproductive harm. The list, which is updated annually, includes hundreds of chemicals found in many everyday items. The purpose of Prop 65 is to
inform the public about exposure to these chemicals.
Prop 65 does not ban the sale of products containing these chemicals but instead requires warnings on any product, product packaging, or literature with
the product. Moreover, a Prop 65 warning does not mean that a product is in violation of any product safety standards or requirements. In fact, the
California government has clarified that a Prop 65 warning “is not the same as a regulatory decision that a product is ‘safe’ or ‘unsafe.’” Many of these
chemicals have been used in everyday products for years without documented harm. For more information, go to https://oag.ca.gov/prop65/faqs-view-all.
A Prop 65 warning means that a company has either (1) evaluated the exposure and has concluded that it exceeds the “no significant risk level”; or (2)
has chosen to provide a warning based on its understanding about the presence of a listed chemical without attempting to evaluate the exposure.
Does this law apply everywhere?
Prop 65 warnings are required under California law only. These warnings are seen throughout California in a wide range of settings, including but not
limited to restaurants, grocery stores, hotels, schools, and hospitals, and on a wide variety of products. Additionally, some online and mail order
retailers provide Prop 65 warnings on their websites or in catalogs.
How do the California warnings compare to federal limits?
Prop 65 standards are often more stringent than federal and international standards. There are various substances that require a Prop 65 warning
at levels that are far lower than federal action limits. For example, the Prop 65 standard for warnings for lead is 0.5 μg/day, which is well below
the federal and international standards.
Why don’t all similar products carry the warning?
•
•
Products sold in California require Prop 65 labelling while similar products sold elsewhere do not.
•
•
The enforcement of Prop 65 is inconsistent.
A company involved in a Prop 65 lawsuit reaching a settlement may be required to use Prop 65 warnings for its products, but other companies
making similar products may have no such requirement.
Companies may elect not to provide warnings because they conclude that they are not required to do so under Prop 65; a lack of warnings for a
product does not mean that the product is free of listed chemicals at similar levels.
Why does Toro include this warning?
Toro has chosen to provide consumers with as much information as possible so that they can make informed decisions about the products they buy and
use. Toro provides warnings in certain cases based on its knowledge of the presence of one or more listed chemicals without evaluating the level of
exposure, as not all the listed chemicals provide exposure limit requirements. While the exposure from Toro products may be negligible or well within the
“no significant risk” range, out of an abundance of caution, Toro has elected to provide the Prop 65 warnings. Moreover, if Toro does not provide these
warnings, it could be sued by the State of California or by private parties seeking to enforce Prop 65 and subject to substantial penalties.
Rev A
The Toro Warranty
Two-Year or 1,500 Hours Limited Warranty
Parts
Conditions and Products Covered
The Toro Company warrants your Toro Commercial product (“Product”)
to be free from defects in materials or workmanship for 2 years or
1,500 operational hours*, whichever occurs first. This warranty is
applicable to all products with the exception of Aerators (refer to
separate warranty statements for these products). Where a warrantable
condition exists, we will repair the Product at no cost to you including
diagnostics, labor, parts, and transportation. This warranty begins
on the date the Product is delivered to the original retail purchaser.
* Product equipped with an hour meter.
Instructions for Obtaining Warranty Service
You are responsible for notifying the Commercial Products Distributor or
Authorized Commercial Products Dealer from whom you purchased the
Product as soon as you believe a warrantable condition exists. If you need
help locating a Commercial Products Distributor or Authorized Dealer, or
if you have questions regarding your warranty rights or responsibilities,
you may contact us at:
Toro Commercial Products Service Department
8111 Lyndale Avenue South
Bloomington, MN 55420-1196
952–888–8801 or 800–952–2740
E-mail: [email protected]
Owner Responsibilities
As the product owner, you are responsible for required maintenance and
adjustments stated in your Operator's Manual. Repairs for product issues
caused by failure to perform required maintenance and adjustments are not
covered under this warranty.
Items and Conditions Not Covered
Not all product failures or malfunctions that occur during the warranty
period are defects in materials or workmanship. This warranty does not
cover the following:
•
Product failures which result from the use of non-Toro replacement
parts, or from installation and use of add-on, or modified non-Toro
branded accessories and products.
•
Product failures which result from failure to perform recommended
maintenance and/or adjustments.
•
Product failures which result from operating the Product in an abusive,
negligent, or reckless manner.
•
Parts consumed through use that are not defective. Examples of parts
which are consumed, or used up, during normal Product operation
include, but are not limited to, brake pads and linings, clutch linings,
blades, reels, rollers and bearings (sealed or greasable), bed knives,
spark plugs, castor wheels and bearings, tires, filters, belts, and certain
sprayer components such as diaphragms, nozzles, flow meters, and
check valves.
•
Failures caused by outside influence, including, but not limited to,
weather, storage practices, contamination, use of unapproved fuels,
coolants, lubricants, additives, fertilizers, water, or chemicals.
•
Failure or performance issues due to the use of fuels (e.g. gasoline,
diesel, or biodiesel) that do not conform to their respective industry
standards.
•
Normal noise, vibration, wear and tear, and deterioration. Normal
“wear and tear” includes, but is not limited to, damage to seats due to
wear or abrasion, worn painted surfaces, scratched decals or windows.
Parts scheduled for replacement as required maintenance are warranted
for the period of time up to the scheduled replacement time for that part.
Parts replaced under this warranty are covered for the duration of the
original product warranty and become the property of Toro. Toro will make
the final decision whether to repair any existing part or assembly or replace
it. Toro may use remanufactured parts for warranty repairs.
Deep Cycle and Lithium-Ion Battery Warranty
Deep cycle and Lithium-Ion batteries have a specified total number
of kilowatt-hours they can deliver during their lifetime. Operating,
recharging, and maintenance techniques can extend or reduce total
battery life. As the batteries in this product are consumed, the amount
of useful work between charging intervals will slowly decrease until the
battery is completely worn out. Replacement of worn out batteries,
due to normal consumption, is the responsibility of the product owner.
Note: (Lithium-Ion battery only): Refer to the battery warranty for additional
information.
Lifetime Crankshaft Warranty (ProStripe 02657 Model
Only)
The Prostripe which is fitted with a genuine Toro Friction Disc and
Crank-Safe Blade Brake Clutch (integrated Blade Brake Clutch (BBC) +
Friction Disc assembly) as original equipment and used by the original
purchaser in accordance with recommended operating and maintenance
procedures, are covered by a Lifetime Warranty against engine crankshaft
bending. Machines fitted with friction washers, Blade Brake Clutch (BBC)
units and other such devices are not covered by the Lifetime Crankshaft
Warranty.
Maintenance is at Owner’s Expense
Engine tune-up, lubrication, cleaning and polishing, replacement of filters,
coolant, and completing recommended maintenance are some of the
normal services Toro products require that are at the owner’s expense.
General Conditions
Repair by an Authorized Toro Distributor or Dealer is your sole remedy
under this warranty.
The Toro Company is not 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. Except
for the Emissions warranty referenced below, if applicable, there is no
other express 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.
Note Regarding Emissions 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) and/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 Engine Emission Control
Warranty Statement supplied with your product or contained in the engine
manufacturer’s documentation.
Countries Other than the United States or Canada
Customers who have purchased Toro products exported from 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 your Authorized Toro Service Center.
374-0253 Rev H
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