Toro Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer Operator's Manual

Toro Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer Operator's Manual
Form No. 3420-195 Rev D
Multi Pro® WM Turf Sprayer
Model No. 41240—Serial No. 401321101 and Up
Note: The installation of the Multi Pro WM requires the installation
of 1 or more interdependent kits. Contact your authorized
Toro distributor for more information.
Register at www.Toro.com.
Original Instructions (EN)
*3420-195* D
This product complies with all relevant European
directives; for details, please see the separate product
specific Declaration of Conformity (DOC) sheet.
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.
WARNING
CALIFORNIA
Proposition 65 Warning
Use of this product may cause exposure
to chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects,
or other reproductive harm.
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Figure 1
1. Location of the model and serial numbers
Model No.
Serial No.
Introduction
This manual identifies potential hazards and has
safety messages identified by the safety-alert symbol
(Figure 2), which signals a hazard that may cause
serious injury or death if you do not follow the
recommended precautions.
This attachment is a dedicated turf spray application
vehicle and is intended to be used by professional,
hired operators in commercial applications. It is
designed primarily for spraying on well-maintained
lawns in parks, golf courses, sports fields, and on
commercial grounds.
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.
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Figure 2
1. Safety-alert symbol
You may contact Toro directly at www.Toro.com
for product safety and operation training materials,
accessory information, help finding a dealer, or to
register your product.
This manual uses 2 words to highlight information.
Important calls attention to special mechanical
information and Note emphasizes general information
worthy of special attention.
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.
Important: 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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Contents
After Operation .................................................... 64
After Operation Safety ...................................... 64
Cleaning the Sprayer System ........................... 64
Cleaning the Suction Filter................................ 65
Cleaning the Pressure Filter ............................. 65
Cleaning the Nozzle Filter................................. 66
Conditioning the Spray System......................... 67
Transporting or Towing the Machine ................. 67
Maintenance ........................................................... 68
Maintenance Safety.......................................... 68
Recommended Maintenance Schedule(s) ........... 69
Daily Maintenance Checklist............................. 70
Notation for Areas of Concern........................... 70
Pre-Maintenance Procedures .............................. 71
Accessing the Machine..................................... 71
Lubrication .......................................................... 72
Greasing the Sprayer Pump ............................. 72
Greasing the Boom Hinges............................... 73
Spray System Maintenance ................................. 73
Inspecting the Hoses ........................................ 73
Changing the Suction Filter............................... 73
Changing the Pressure Filter ............................ 74
Changing the Nozzle Filter................................ 75
Inspecting the Sprayer Pump............................ 75
Inspecting the Nylon Pivot Bushings ................. 75
Adjusting the Booms to Level............................ 76
Cleaning .............................................................. 77
Cleaning the Flow meter ................................... 77
Cleaning the Sprayer Valves............................. 78
Storage ................................................................... 88
Removing the Sprayer and Tank Skid ............... 89
Troubleshooting ...................................................... 92
Schematics ............................................................. 93
Safety ....................................................................... 4
General Safety ................................................... 4
Safety and Instructional Decals .......................... 4
Setup ........................................................................ 9
1 Removing the Existing Bed .............................11
2 Preparing to Install the Tank Skid ................... 12
3 Installing the Hold-Down Brackets for the
Tank Skid ...................................................... 13
4 Installing the Tank Skid .................................. 13
5 Assembling the Drain Valve ........................... 15
6 Disconnecting the Battery .............................. 16
7 Connecting the Speed Sensor
Harness ........................................................ 17
8 Coupling the Sprayer Pump ........................... 18
9 Installing the Control Console to the
Machine ........................................................ 18
10 Installing the Electrical Harnesses for the
Sprayer ......................................................... 19
11 Installing the Sprayer Fuse Block ................. 20
12 Connecting the Sprayer Harness to the
Battery .......................................................... 22
13 Lowering the Tank Skid ................................ 25
14 Installing the Center Boom Section............... 26
15 Installing the Left and Right Boom
Section.......................................................... 27
16 Installing the Boom Hoses............................ 29
17 Installing the Nozzles ................................... 31
18 Installing the Freshwater Tank...................... 31
19 Installing the Anti-Siphon Fill
Receptacle.................................................... 33
20 Checking the Section-Hinge Springs............ 34
21 Storing the Jack Stands (Optional) ............... 34
Product Overview ................................................... 36
Controls ........................................................... 36
Specifications .................................................. 39
Attachments/Accessories ................................. 39
Before Operation ................................................. 39
Before Operation Safety ................................... 39
Using the InfoCenter......................................... 40
Performing Pre-Starting Checks ....................... 50
Preparing the Sprayer....................................... 50
Calibrating the Sprayer ..................................... 54
Calibrating the Sprayer Speed .......................... 55
Calibrating the Section-Bypass Valves.............. 56
Adjusting the Agitation and Master Bypass
Valves ........................................................... 57
Locating the Spray Pump.................................. 58
During Operation ................................................. 58
During Operation Safety ................................... 58
Operating the Sprayer ...................................... 60
Spraying ........................................................... 61
Turf Care Precautions while Operating in
Stationary Modes .......................................... 61
Positioning the Spray Sections ......................... 62
Spraying Tips.................................................... 63
Unclogging a Nozzle......................................... 63
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Safety
• Do not put your hands or feet near moving
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.
• Do not operate the machine without all guards
components of the machine.
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 pets
a safe distance away from the machine.
• Keep children out of the operating area. Never
allow children to operate the machine.
This machine has been designed in accordance with
the requirements of SAE J2258.
• Stop the machine, shut off the engine, and remove
the key before filling, emptying, servicing, or
unclogging the machine.
General Safety
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.
This product is capable of causing personal injury.
Always follow all safety instructions to avoid serious
personal injury.
Using this product for purposes other than its intended
use could prove dangerous to you and bystanders.
• Read and understand the contents of this
You can find additional safety information where
needed throughout this manual.
Operator’s Manual before starting the engine.
• Use your full attention while operating the
Also, go to www.Toro.com for even more safe
operating practices, including safety tips and training
materials.
machine. Do not engage in any activity that
causes distractions; otherwise, injury or property
damage may occur.
• Use appropriate personal protective equipment
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.
(PPE) to guard against contact with chemicals.
Chemical substances used in the sprayer system
may be hazardous and toxic.
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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120–0616
1. Warning—read the Operator’s Manual; use fresh, clean
water for first-aid washing.
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131-5808
1. Automatic—closed
loop-rate control
2. Manual—open loop-rate
control
4
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127-6976
120–0622
1. Warning—read the
Operator’s Manual.
1. Decrease
3. Chemical burn hazard;
toxic gas inhalation
hazard—wear hand and
skin protection; wear eye
and respiratory protection.
2. Increase
2. Warning—do not enter the
sprayer tank.
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120–0617
1. Severing hazard of hand,
pinching point—keep
away from actuated joints.
2. Crushing hazard—keep
bystanders away from the
machine.
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119-9434
1. Tank contents
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125–4052
1. Raise left boom
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104-8904
1. Grasp the boom here.
5
4. Lower right boom
2. Lower left boom
5. Toggle tank rinse on/off
3. Raise right boom
6. Toggle sonic boom on/off
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125–8139
1. Toggle boom sprayers on/off
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127–3936
1. Backward tipping
hazard—do not raise
a full tank; do not move
the machine with a raised
tank; only raise and
empty tank; only move the
machine with a lowered
tank.
2. Electrical shock hazard,
overhead power
lines—check the area
for overhead power lines
before operating the
machine in the area.
3. Crushing hazard—keep
bystanders away when
lowering the tank.
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127–3966
1. Read the Operator’s
Manual for information on
fuses.
2. 30 A—Tank rinse
4. 7.5 A—TEC controller
output
3. 2 A—TEC controller logic
6. 15 A—Sprayer boom
5. 10 A—Ignition
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127–3937
1. Warning—do not step.
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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127-6979
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1. Bypass-return flow
3. Agitation flow
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2. Flow
1. Flow
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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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2. Tank-return flow
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130-8294
9. Right boom spray off
13. Agitation
1. Left boom
5. Center boom spray on
2. Left boom spray on
6. Center boom spray off
10. Speed
14. Agitation on
3. Left boom spray off
7. Right boom
11. Increase speed
15. Agitation off
4. Center boom
8. Right boom spray on
12. Decrease speed
8
Setup
Loose Parts
Use the chart below to verify that all parts have been shipped.
Procedure
Description
Qty.
1
No parts required
2
Rear PTO Kit, Heavy-Duty Workman
Vehicle (HD-Series Models with a
Manual Transmission)
High-Flow Hydraulics Kit,
Workman HDX-Auto Utility Vehicle
(Non-TC—HDX-Auto Model)
Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer Finishing
Kit, Manual Workman Utility Vehicle
(HD-Series Models with a Manual
Transmission)
Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer Finishing
Kit, Automatic Workman Utility Vehicle
(HDX-Auto Model)
–
Use
Remove the existing bed.
1
1
Prepare to install the center boom
section.
1
1
3
Hold-down brackets
2
Install the attachment hold-down
brackets.
4
Tank and skid assembly
Clevis pins
Tapered clevis pin
Hairpins
Lynch pins
Bolt (1/2 x 1-1/2 inches)
Nuts (1/2 inch)
1
2
2
2
4
2
2
Install the tank skid.
No parts required
–
Assemble the drain valve.
No parts required
–
Disconnect the battery.
No parts required
–
Connect the speed sensor harness.
No parts required
–
Couple the sprayer pump.
Console mounting bracket
Flange locknut (5/16 inch)
Flange-head bolt (5/16 inch)
Plastic bushing
Control console
Spring-clip pin
Hand knob
J-clips
Bolt (1/4 x 3/4 inch)
Flange nut (1/4 inch)
1
3
3
2
1
1
1
3
1
1
Fuse decal (127–3966)
1
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
9
Install the control console to the
machine.
Install the control console onto the
machine.
Install the control console and the
electrical harness.
Procedure
12
13
14
15
16
18
19
20
21
Description
Qty.
Use
Battery terminal bolt
Clamp nut
Cover—wide (battery terminal—red)
Bolt (1/2 x 1-1/2 inch)
Locknut (1/2 inch)
Center-boom assembly
Bolt (3/8 x 1 inch)
Flange locknut (3/8 inch)
Boom-transport cradle
Bolt (1/2 x 1-1/4 inches)
Flange nut (1/2 inch)
Left boom section
Right boom section
Flange-head bolts (3/8 x 1-1/4 inches)
Backing plates
Flange locknuts (3/8 inch)
Clevis pin
Hairpin
Hose clamps
R-clamp
Shoulder bolt
Washer
Nut
Freshwater tank
90° elbow (3/4 inch NPT)
90° spigot
Freshwater-tank mount
Mount strap
Flange-head bolt (5/16 x 5/8 inch)
Flange locknut (5/16 inch)
Support tube (freshwater tank)
Jam nut (5/16 inch)
Bolt (5/16 x 1 inch)
Shoulder bolt (1/2 x 1-15/16 inches)
Bolt (5/16 x 2-1/4 inches)
Washer (5/16 inch)
Fill receptacle assembly
Flange-head bolt (5/16 x 3/4 inch)
2
2
1
2
2
1
10
10
2
4
4
1
1
8
8
8
2
2
3
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
4
4
10
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
No parts required
–
Check the section-hinge springs.
Front jack stand
Rear jack stand
Cotter pin
Clevis pin (4-1/2 inches)
Clevis pin (3 inches)
Knob
2
2
4
2
2
2
Store the jack stands (optional).
10
Connect the sprayer harness to the
battery.
Lower the tank skid.
Install the boom section.
Install the left and right boom sections.
Install the boom hoses.
Install the freshwater tank.
Install the anti-siphon fill receptacle.
Media and Additional Parts
Description
Operator's Manual
Parts Catalog Instruction Card
Screen filter
Use
Qty.
1
1
2
Read the manuals 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 your nozzles and before using the sprayer for the first time, adjust 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 54).
Important: The Multi-Pro WM turf sprayer requires a 4-post ROPS or cab installed with the Workman
vehicle.
1
Removing the Existing Bed
No Parts Required
Procedure
CAUTION
The full bed weighs approximately 95 kg (210
lb). You can injure yourself if you remove the
bed without aid.
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• Do not try to install or remove the bed by
yourself.
Figure 3
• Get the help of 2 or 3 other people or use
an overhead crane.
1.
2.
1. Cylinder rod end
4. Lynch pin
2. Bed mounting plate
5. Rear slots (full bed)
3. Clevis pin
6. Front slots (2/3 bed)
Park the machine on a level surface, engage the
parking brake, and start the engine.
5.
Move the hydraulic lift lever forward and lower
the bed until the clevis pins for the cylinder rod
end lift cylinders are loose in the mounting slots
of the bed mounting plates.
Remove the clevis pins securing the cylinder
rod ends to the bed mounting plates by pushing
the pins toward the centerline of the machine
(Figure 3).
6.
Remove the lynch pins and clevis pins securing
the pivot brackets of the bed to the frame
channels of the machine (Figure 4).
3.
Release the hydraulic lift lever, set the hydraulic
lift lock lever, shut off the engine, and remove
the key; refer to the Operator’s Manual of your
machine.
4.
Remove the lynch pins from the outer ends of
the cylinder rod clevis pins (Figure 3).
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Installation Instructions for the Rear PTO Kit for Heavy
Duty Workman Vehicles.
High-Flow Hydraulics Kit,
Workman HDX-Auto Utility Vehicle
(Non-TC—HDX-Auto Model)
Fully install the High-Flow Hydraulics Kit for Workman
HDX-Auto Utility Vehicles; refer to the Installation
Instructions for the High-Flow Hydraulics Kit,
Workman HDX-Auto Utility Vehicle.
Lifting the Sprayer Skid
Using lifting equipment with a 408 kg (900 lb) lift
capacity, lift the tank skid from the shipping crate at
the 2 front and 2 rear lift points (Figure 5).
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Figure 4
1. Left, rear corner of bed
4. Clevis pin
2. Vehicle frame channel
5. Lynch pin
Note: Ensure that the tank skid is raised high enough
to install the jackstands.
3. Pivot plate
7.
Lift the bed off the vehicle.
8.
Stow the lift cylinders in storage clips.
2
Preparing to Install the
Tank Skid
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Parts needed for this procedure:
1
Rear PTO Kit, Heavy-Duty Workman Vehicle
(HD-Series Models with a Manual Transmission)
1
High-Flow Hydraulics Kit, Workman HDX-Auto Utility
Vehicle (Non-TC—HDX-Auto Model)
1
Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer Finishing Kit, Manual
Workman Utility Vehicle (HD-Series Models with a
Manual Transmission)
1
Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer Finishing Kit, Automatic
Workman Utility Vehicle (HDX-Auto Model)
Figure 5
1. Rear lift point
2. Front lift point
Multi Pro Workman Turf Sprayer
Finishing Kit (HD-Series Models
with a Manual Transmission)
For HD- and HDX-Series Workman models with
a manual transmission, complete the steps in the
Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer Finishing Kit for Manual
Workman Utility Vehicles; refer to the Installation
Instructions for the Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer
Finishing Kit, Manual Workman Utility Vehicle.
Installing the Rear PTO Kit for
Heavy Duty Workman Vehicles
(HD-Series Models with a Manual
Transmission)
For HD- and HDX-Series Workman models with
a manual transmission, fully install the Rear PTO
Kit for Heavy-Duty Workman Vehicles; refer to the
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Multi Pro Workman Turf Sprayer
Finishing Kit (HDX-Auto Model)
3.
HDX-Automatic Series Workman models, complete
the steps in the Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer Finishing
Kit for Automatic Workman Utility Vehicles; refer to
the Installation Instructions for the Multi Pro WM Turf
Sprayer Finishing Kit, Automatic Workman Utility
Vehicle.
Assemble the hold-down brackets to support
bracket and frame the using the 2 flange-head
bolts and flange locknuts removed in step 1
(Figure 7).
3
Installing the Hold-Down
Brackets for the Tank Skid
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Figure 7
Parts needed for this procedure:
2
Hold-down brackets
1. Support bracket (engine
tube)
3. Flanged-head bolts
2. Hold-down bracket (tank
skid)
4. Lift cylinder
Procedure
1.
Remove the 2 rear flange-head bolts and 2
flange locknuts that secure the support bracket
for the engine tube to the frame of the machine
(Figure 6).
Note: Retain the fasteners for later use.
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Figure 6
1. Rear hole—support
bracket (engine tube)
4. Engine support tube
2. Flange locknut
5. Lift cylinder
3. Flange-head bolt
2.
Rotate the lift cylinder to provide clearance to
install the hold-down bracket for the tank skid
(Figure 6).
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4.
Torque the bolts and nuts to 91 to 113 N∙m (67
to 83 ft-lb).
5.
Repeat steps 1 to 4 at the opposite side of the
machine.
4
2.
Slowly lower the tank skid onto the frame of the
machine.
3.
Extend the lift cylinders to the brackets on the
tank skid, and align the cylinder fittings with the
holes in the tank skid brackets (Figure 9).
Installing the Tank Skid
Parts needed for this procedure:
1
Tank and skid assembly
2
Clevis pins
2
Tapered clevis pin
2
Hairpins
4
Lynch pins
2
Bolt (1/2 x 1-1/2 inches)
2
Nuts (1/2 inch)
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Figure 9
1. Hairpin
Procedure
DANGER
The sprayer tank assembly represents a
stored energy hazard. If not properly retained
when installing or removing the assembly,
it can move or fall and injure you or other
bystanders.
4.
Secure the tank skid to the lift cylinders with
the clevis pins and hairpins at both sides of the
machine.
5.
Line up the holes in the pivot lugs at the rear
of the tank skid assembly with the holes in the
bed pivot tube at the end of the vehicle frame
(Figure 10).
Use straps and an overhead lift to support
the sprayer tank assembly during installation,
removal, or any maintenance whenever you
remove retaining fasteners.
1.
3. Lift cylinders
2. Clevis pin
Using a lift, raise the tank skid assembly (Figure
8) and position it over the vehicle frame with the
pump and valve assemblies facing rearward.
Note: Have another person help you perform
the following steps.
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Figure 10
1. Tapered clevis pin
6.
Install a tapered clevis pin and 2 lynch pins to
the pivot lug to secure the tank assembly to the
frame (Figure 10).
7.
Extend the lift cylinders to raise the tank and
support its weight.
Note: Disconnect the tank assembly from the
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Figure 8
1. Rear lift point
2. Lynch pin
lifting equipment.
2. Front lift point
8.
14
Remove the bed support from the storage
brackets on back of the ROPS panel (Figure 11).
5
Assembling the Drain Valve
No Parts Required
Procedure
1.
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Figure 11
Remove the cable tie that secures the drain
valve and hose for the sprayer tank to the skid
channel (Figure 13).
1. Bed support
9.
Push the bed support onto the cylinder rod,
making sure that the support end tabs rest on
the end of cylinder barrel and on the cylinder rod
end (Figure 12).
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Figure 13
1. Drain valve
2. Cable tie
2.
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Figure 12
1. Bed support
3. Skid frame
2. Lift cylinder
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3. Skid channel
Move the drain valve and hose outboard of the
skid channel (Figure 14A).
6
Disconnecting the Battery
No Parts Required
Procedure
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.
• Always disconnect the negative (black)
battery cable before disconnecting the
positive (red) cable.
• Always connect the positive (red) battery
cable before connecting the negative
(black) cable.
WARNING
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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.
Figure 14
1. Drain valve
2. Flange-head bolt (5/16 x
5/8 inch)
3. Drain-valve bracket
3.
Remove the 2 flange-head bolt (5/16 x 5/8 inch)
from the case of the drain valve (Figure 14).
• When removing or installing the battery,
do not allow the battery terminals to touch
any metal parts of the sprayer.
4.
Assemble the drain valve to the drain-valve
bracket (Figure 14B) with the 2 flange-head bolts
(5/16 x 5/8 inch) that you removed in step 3.
• Do not allow metal tools to short between
the battery terminals and metal parts of
the sprayer.
5.
Tighten 2 flanged-head bolts by hand (Figure
14B).
1.
16
Squeeze the sides of the battery cover to release
the tabs from the slots in the battery base, and
remove the battery cover from the battery base
(Figure 15).
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Figure 16
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Figure 15
1. Slot (battery base)
3. Tab (battery cover)
2. Cover (positive battery
terminal)
4. Terminal (negative battery
cable)
2.
Slide the cover back and remove the negative
battery terminal from the battery (Figure 15).
3.
Remove the positive battery terminal from the
battery (Figure 15).
1. Existing speed sensor plugs
3.
Connect the 3-pin connector for the vehicle
circuit of the wire harness of the sprayer into the
3-pin socket for the vehicle circuit of the wire
harness for the machine.
Connecting the Speed Sensor
Harness (HDX-Auto Model)
1.
7
At the wire harness for the sprayer, locate the
3-socket connector for the speed sensor circuit
(Figure 17).
Connecting the Speed
Sensor Harness
No Parts Required
Connecting the Speed Sensor
Harness (HD-Series Models with a
Manual Transmission)
1.
2.
At the wire harness for the sprayer, locate the
3-socket connector for the speed sensor circuit
and the 3-pin connector for the vehicle circuit.
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Figure 17
At the transaxle of the machine, connect the
3-pin connector of the wire harness of the
machine for speed sensor into the 3-socket
connector of the sprayer harness for the speed
sensor (Figure 16).
17
1. 3-pin connector (machine
wire harness—speed
sensor)
4. Rear frame tube
2. 3-socket connector
(sprayer wire
harness—speed sensor)
5. Back of the machine
3. Hydraulic tank
6. Right side of the machine
2.
Connect the 3-pin connector of the wire harness
of the machine for speed sensor into the
3-socket connector of the sprayer harness for
the speed sensor (Figure 17).
of the control mount plate. Refer to the Hand Throttle
Kit Installation Instructions for directions on removing
and installing the hand throttle assembly.
1.
8
Remove the 3 bolts and 3 nuts that secure the
lower-center portion of the dash panel to the
dash support bracket (Figure 18).
Note: Some older Workman machines may use
4 bolts and flange nuts.
Coupling the Sprayer Pump
Note: Discard the bolts and nuts.
No Parts Required
Procedure
• For HD-series models with a manual transmission,
•
couple the PTO shaft to the transaxle PTO; refer
to the Installation Instructions for the Multi Pro WM
Turf Sprayer Finishing Kit, Manual Workman Utility
Vehicle.
For HDX-Auto model—connect the hydraulic
motor hoses to the quick-disconnect fittings at the
high-flow hydraulic panel; refer to the Installation
Instructions for the Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer
Finishing Kit, Automatic Workman Utility Vehicle.
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Installing the Control
Console to the Machine
Parts needed for this procedure:
1
Console mounting bracket
3
Flange locknut (5/16 inch)
3
Flange-head bolt (5/16 inch)
2
Plastic bushing
1
Control console
1
Spring-clip pin
1
Hand knob
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Figure 18
1. Bolt
5. Bushing (plastic)
2. Nut
6. Flange-head bolts (5/16 x
1 inch)
3. Cash panel (lower center
area)
7. Flange locknuts (5/16
inch)
4. Mounting bracket (control
console)
Installing the Console Mounting
Bracket
Note: On some Workman vehicles, the control mount
plate is attached to the dashboard at the same location
where the bracket for the optional hand throttle kit is
mounted. If the hand throttle kit is installed, you need
to remove the bracket of the hand throttle assembly
from the dashboard, align the control mount plate to
the dash, and install the hand throttle bracket on top
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2.
Align the holes in the mounting bracket for the
control console with the holes in the dash and
support bracket (Figure 18).
3.
Assemble the mounting bracket dash panel and
support bracket with the 3 flange-head bolts
(5/16 x 1 inch) and 3 flange locknuts (5/16 inch).
4.
Torque the nuts and bolts to (Figure 18).
5.
Insert the 2 plastic bushings into the mounting
bracket (Figure 18).
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Installing the Control Console to
the Machine
1.
Remove the hairpin securing the pivot pin of the
control console to the storage bracket on the
sprayer tank.
2.
Install the control console onto the control
mounting bracket and secure the control console
with the spring-clip pin (Figure 19).
Installing the Electrical
Harnesses for the Sprayer
Parts needed for this procedure:
Note: Ensure that the spring clip is rotated over
the pivot pin to positively secure the spring-clip
pin.
3
J-clips
1
Bolt (1/4 x 3/4 inch)
1
Flange nut (1/4 inch)
Routing the Rear Electrical
Harness for the Sprayer to the
Control Console
1.
Install 2 J-clips in the center console at the
points located in Figure 20 or Figure 21 using
the existing screws.
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Figure 20
HD-Series models with an manual transmission
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Figure 19
1. Spring-clip pin
3. Control mounting bracket
2. Pivot pin (control console)
4. Hand knob
3.
Install the hand knob and tighten it to prevent the
console from rotating during operation (Figure
19).
19
1. J-clip
3. Control-box harness
2. Existing screws
4. Center console
Connecting the Rear Electrical
Harness to the Front Electrical
Harness at the Control Console
1.
Align the 2 keys of the 38-pin connector of the
rear wire harness for the sprayer with the 2
keyways of the 38-socket connector of the front
wire harness connected to the control console
(Figure 23).
g028443
Figure 21
HDX-Auto Model
1. Center console
3. Existing screws
2. J-clip
4. Control-box harness
2.
Install a J-clip behind the passenger seat (Figure
22) using a bolt (1/4 x 1/2 inch) and a flanged
nut (1/4 inch).
g033524
Figure 23
1. 38-socket connector (front
wire harness—control
console)
3. 38-pin connector (rear
wire harness—sprayer)
2. Alignment keys
2.
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Figure 22
1. J-clip
3.
Secure the control console harness to the
console and ROPS cover using the J-clips
(Figure 22).
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Plug the rear wire-harness connector into the
front wire harness connector until the latches of
the connectors snap together securely (Figure
23).
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Installing the Sprayer Fuse
Block
Parts needed for this procedure:
1
Fuse decal (127–3966)
Procedure
1.
At the control console for the sprayer, route the
branch of the front wire harness with the fuse
blocks between the bottom of the dash panel
and the cross tube of the machine chassis and
down toward the forward side of the fuse block
of the machine (Figure 24).
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Figure 25
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Figure 24
1. Fuse blocks (front wire
harness—control console)
2.
2. Cross tube (machine
chassis)
Locate the uninsulated receptacle terminal at
the end of the open, yellow power wire of the
fuse block for the machine and the insulated
blade terminal at the end of the yellow, optional
power wire of the fuse block of the sprayer
wiring (Figure 25).
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1. Uninsulated receptacle
terminal (yellow,
optional-power
wire—sprayer fuse block)
4. Fuse block (sprayer
wiring)
2. Insulated blade terminal
(yellow, optional-power
wire—sprayer fuse block)
5. Uninsulated receptacle
terminal (yellow power
wire—machine fuse block)
3. Back of the machine
6. Fuse block (machine
wiring)
3.
Connect the uninsulated receptacle terminal of
the fuse block for the machine to the insulated
blade terminal of the fuse block of the sprayer
(Figure 25).
4.
Align the T-fittings on the of the fuse block of
the sprayer to the T-slots of the fuse block for
the machine and slide the sprayer fuse block
into the slots until the fuse block is fully seated
(Figure 26).
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Connecting the Sprayer
Harness to the Battery
Parts needed for this procedure:
2
Battery terminal bolt
2
Clamp nut
1
Cover—wide (battery terminal—red)
Preparing the Positive Battery
Terminal
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.
g028445
Figure 26
1. Back of the machine
4. T-slots (fuse block for the
machine)
2. T-fittings (fuse block for
the sprayer)
5. Fuse block of the machine
Always connect the positive (red) battery
cable before connecting the negative (black)
cable.
1.
3. Fuse block for the sprayer
5.
Remove the nuts and T-bolts at the clamps of the
positive and negative battery cables (Figure 27).
Note: You no longer need the nuts and T-bolts.
Attach the fuse decal on a surface near the fuse
block for the sprayer.
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g033559
Figure 27
1. T-bolt
3. Positive battery cable
(machine)
2. Nut
4. Negative battery cable
(machine)
2.
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Remove the cover (narrow) from the positive
battery cable (Figure 28).
Figure 28
1. Cover–narrow (battery
terminal—red)
Note: You no longer need the narrow battery
cover.
3. Cover–wide (battery
terminal—red)
2. Positive battery cable
(machine)
3.
Install the wide battery cover over the positive
battery cable as shown in Figure 28.
Note: Slide the cover far enough over the
cables to allow access to the post clamp.
4.
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Align the ring terminal of the fusible link (sprayer
wire harness) though the wide battery cover as
shown in Figure 29.
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g033560
Figure 31
Figure 29
1. Cover–wide (battery
terminal—red)
5.
2. Terminal (fusible-link
harness—sprayer
harness)
Loosely assemble a terminal bolt and a clamp
nut to the positive and negative battery-cable
clamps (Figure 30).
1. Ring terminal (fusible-link
harness—sprayer
harness)
4. Clamp nut
2. Positive battery cable
(machine)
5. Terminal bolt
3. Negative battery cable
(machine)
6. Ring terminal (negative
battery wire—sprayer wire
harness)
7.
Secure the ring terminal of the negative wire
(black—sprayer wire harness) to the post of the
terminal bolt that you assembled to the negative
battery cable with a clamp nut (Figure 31).
8.
Assemble the positive battery cable onto the
positive battery post and tighten the clamp nut
by hand (Figure 32).
g033558
Figure 30
1. Terminal bolt
3. Positive battery-cable
clamp
2. Clamp nut
4. Negative battery-cable
clamp
6.
Secure the ring terminal of the fusible link
(sprayer wire harness) to the post of the terminal
bolt that you assembled to the positive battery
cable with a clamp nut (Figure 31).
g033567
Figure 32
1. Cover–new (battery
terminal—red)
3. Negative battery post
2. Positive battery post
9.
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Assemble the negative battery cable onto the
negative battery post and tighten the clamp nut
by hand.
10.
Squeeze the sides of the battery cover, align the
tabs of the cover with the slots in the battery
base, and release the battery cover (Figure 33).
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Figure 35
1. Bed support
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3.
Figure 33
1. Slot (battery base)
2. Tab (battery cover)
Use lift cylinders to slowly lower the tank to the
frame.
Note: Have another person observe the tank
skid as it lowers. Look for hoses and wiring that
might become pinched or bent.
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4.
Check the alignment of the tank skid to the
frame of the machine.
5.
Remove the access panels at both sides of the
skid frame (Figure 36).
Lowering the Tank Skid
Parts needed for this procedure:
2
Bolt (1/2 x 1-1/2 inch)
2
Locknut (1/2 inch)
Procedure
1.
2.
Start the machine and raise the tank skid slightly
with the lift cylinders.
g022355
Figure 36
Remove the bed support from the lift cylinder
and stow the support in the storage brackets
at the back of the ROPS panel (Figure 34 and
Figure 35).
1. Access panel door
3. Locknut (1/2 inch)
2. Bolt (1/2 x 1-1/2 inches)
6.
Check the hoses or wiring that you can see
through the opening in the skid frame for signs
of pinching or bending.
Important: If any hoses or wiring on the
tank skid assembly are pinched or bent,
raise the assembly up, adjust its positioning,
and tie the items back.
7.
Align the front mounting brackets with the
hold-down brackets installed in 3 Installing the
Hold-Down Brackets for the Tank Skid (page 13).
8.
Secure the hold down bracket of the tank skid
assembly to the bed bracket on the frame at
g033569
Figure 34
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each side of the machine with a bolt (1/2 x 1-1/2
inches) and a locknut (1/2 inch) as shown in
Figure 36.
9.
Torque the bolt and locknut to 91 to 113 N∙m (67
to 83 ft-lb).
10.
Repeat steps 7 through 9 at the other side of the
tank skid and machine.
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Installing the Center Boom
Section
Parts needed for this procedure:
g028458
Figure 37
1
Center-boom assembly
10
Bolt (3/8 x 1 inch)
1. Boom-transport cradle
4. Horizontal hole (boom
center section)
10
Flange locknut (3/8 inch)
2. Bolts (3/8 x 1 inch)
5. Flanged locknut (3/8 inch)
2
Boom-transport cradle
4
Bolt (1/2 x 1-1/4 inches)
3. Vertical holes (boom
center section)
4
Flange nut (1/2 inch)
3.
Assembling the Boom-Transport
Cradles
1.
Attach lifting equipment to the center boom
section and remove it from the shipping
container.
2.
Align the boom transport cradles to the center
boom section (Figure 37).
Assemble the cradles to the boom section
(Figure 37 and Figure 38) with 6 bolts (3/8 x 1
inch) and 6 flanged locknuts (3/8 inch).
g028459
Figure 38
1. Locknuts (3/8 inch)
4.
Torque the bolts and nuts to 37 to 45 N∙m (27
to 33 ft-lb).
Installing the Center Boom Section
to the Tank Skid
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1.
Start the machine, remove the bed support from
the lift cylinder and stow the support, lower the
tank skid, shutoff the machine, and remove the
key from the starter switch.
2.
Align the bottom hole in the section mounting
brackets of the center boom assembly with the
third hole from the bottom in the boom supports
on the spray skid frame, as shown in Figure 39.
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Note: If necessary, loosen the boom supports
and adjusted them to the center boom section
for better hole alignment. Torque the bolts and
nuts to 67 to 83 N∙m (91 to 113 ft-lb).
Installing the Left and Right
Boom Section
Parts needed for this procedure:
1
Left boom section
1
Right boom section
8
Flange-head bolts (3/8 x 1-1/4 inches)
8
Backing plates
8
Flange locknuts (3/8 inch)
2
Clevis pin
2
Hairpin
g028460
Figure 39
1. Locknut (1/2 inch)
4. Section mounting bracket
(right)
2. Hole 3—from the bottom
(boom support)
5. Bolt (1/2 x 1-1/4 inches)
Procedure
Each boom section weighs approximately 14 kg (30
lb).
3. Section mounting bracket
(left)
3.
Assemble the center boom assembly to the
spray skid frame with 4 bolts (1/2 x 1-1/4 inches)
and 4 locknuts (1/2 inch).
4.
Torque the bolts and nuts to 67 to 83 N∙m (91
to 113 ft-lb).
1.
Remove the 4 flange-head bolts (3/8 x 1-1/4
inches), 4 backing plates, and 4 flange locknuts
(3/8 inch) from the hinge bracket of the
center-boom section.
2.
Rotate each pivot bracket at the end of the
center boom section so that the brackets align
vertically (Figure 40).
Connecting the Hoses and Wiring
for the Boom Lift Valve
• For HD-Series Models with a Manual Transmission,
refer to the installation instructions for the Multi Pro
WM Turf Sprayer Finishing Kit, Manual Workman
Utility Vehicle.
• For HDX-Auto Model, refer to the installation
instructions for the Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer
Finishing Kit, Automatic Workman Utility Vehicle.
g028737
Figure 40
1. Center boom section
5. Triangular mounting plate
2. Boom extension
6. Backing plates
3. Hinge plate
7. Flange locknuts (3/8 inch)
4. Flange-head bolts (3/8 x
1-1/4 inches)
3.
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Lift the outer boom section and align holes in the
triangular mounting plate at the end of the outer
boom section with the holes in the pivot bracket.
Note: Ensure that the turrets for the sprayer
nozzles are facing rearward.
4.
Assemble hinge plate to the triangular plate
using 4 flange-head bolts, 4 backing plates, and
4 flange locknuts (Figure 40), that you removed
in step 1.
5.
Torque the nuts bolts and nuts to 37 to 45 N∙m
(27 to 33 ft-lb).
6.
Align the rod end of the boom lift cylinder with
the holes in the horn of the pivot bracket (Figure
40).
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Figure 41
1. Rod end (boom lift
cylinder)
3. Clevis pin (5/8 x 4-3/4
inches)
2. Horn (pivot bracket)
4. Hairpin
7.
Secure the rod end to the pivot bracket with a
clevis pin and a hairpin (Figure 40).
8.
Repeat step 1 through 5 on the other side of the
center-boom assembly with the opposing boom
section.
Note: Before you finish this procedure, ensure
that all of turrets for the spray nozzles are facing
rearward.
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Installing the Boom Hoses
Parts needed for this procedure:
3
Hose clamps
2
R-clamp
2
Shoulder bolt
2
Washer
2
Nut
Installing the Left and Right Boom
Section Hoses
1.
Route the boom-section hoses as shown in
Figure 42 and Figure 43.
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Figure 42
Hose—Left Boom Section
1. Nut
2. Washer
4. Shoulder bolt
5. T-fitting
3. R-clamp
6. Hose clamp
7. Left-boom hose
8. Left-section valve
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g213727
Figure 43
Hose—Right Boom Section
1. Nut
4. Shoulder bolt
7. Right-boom hose
2. Washer
5. T-fitting
8. Right-section valve
3. R-clamp
6. Hose clamp
2.
Secure the boom hoses to the front side of the
center boom section (Figure 42 and Figure 43)
with 1 R-clamp, 1 shoulder bolt (5/16 x 1 inch), 1
locknut (5/16 inch), and 1 washer (5/16 inch).
3.
Install the boom section hose over the barbed
T-fitting at the boom section and secure the hose
with a hose clamp (Figure 42 and Figure 43).
Note: Apply a coat of liquid soap to the hose
barb of the tee fitting to ease installation of the
hose.
4.
Repeat steps 1 through 3 on the hose to the
boom section on the other side of the sprayer.
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Installing the Center Boom-Section
Hose
1.
Route the center boom-section hose as shown
in Figure 44.
3.
Turn the nozzle clockwise to lock the cams on
the receptacle in place.
4.
Verify the fan portion of the nozzle.
See the Installation Instructions accompanying the
nozzles for more information.
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Installing the Freshwater
Tank
g028471
Figure 44
Parts needed for this procedure:
1. Up
4. Center-boom hose
2. T-fitting
5. Center-section valve
1
Freshwater tank
3. Hose clamp
6. Front of the machine
1
90° elbow (3/4 inch NPT)
1
90° spigot
1
Freshwater-tank mount
4
Mount strap
4
Flange-head bolt (5/16 x 5/8 inch)
10
Flange locknut (5/16 inch)
1
Support tube (freshwater tank)
1
Jam nut (5/16 inch)
1
Bolt (5/16 x 1 inch)
2
Shoulder bolt (1/2 x 1-15/16 inches)
2
Bolt (5/16 x 2-1/4 inches)
2
Washer (5/16 inch)
2.
Install the boom section hose over the barbed
T-fitting at the center boom section and secure
the hose with a hose clamp (Figure 44).
Note: Apply a coat of liquid soap to the hose
barb of the tee fitting to ease installation of the
hose.
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Installing the Nozzles
No Parts Required
Assembling the Mount Bracket to
the Freshwater Tank
Procedure
1.
The nozzles that you use to apply your chemicals
vary depending on the rate of application that you
need; therefore, nozzles are not supplied with the kit.
To obtain the correct nozzles for your needs, contact
your authorized Toro distributor and be prepared to
give them then following information:
Note: Ensure that the elbow and spigot are
aligned to the same side of the tank as the
freshwater-tank decal.
• The target application rate in liters per hectare, US
gallons per acre, or US gallons per 1,000 square
feet.
• The target speed of the vehicle in kilometers per
hour or miles per hour.
1.
Thread or insert the nozzle into the nozzle
receptacle followed by a gasket.
2.
Slide the nozzle receptacle over the nozzle
fitting on a turret.
Assemble the freshwater tank to the
freshwater-tank mount with the 2 mount straps,
4 flange-head bolt (5/16 x 5/8 inch), and 4 flange
locknuts (5/16 inch) as shown in Figure 45.
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Installing the Tank-Support Tube
1.
Align the support tube for the freshwater tank
with the tank-support channel (Figure 46).
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Figure 46
g033570
Figure 45
1. Freshwater-tank mount
4. Mount strap
2. Flange locknut (5/16 inch)
5. Flange-head bolt (5/16 x
5/8 inch)
1. Jam nut (5/16 inch)
5. Bolt (5/16 x 1 inch)
2. Support tube (freshwater
tank)
6. Flange locknut (5/16 inch)
3. Front of the machine
7. Weld nut (support
channel—freshwater
tank)
4. Top of the machine
8. Shoulder bolt (1/2 x
1-15/16 inches)
3. Freshwater tank
2.
Torque the bolts and nuts to 20 to 25 N∙m (175
to 225 in-lb).
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2.
Align the holes in the support tube with the holes
in the channel (Figure 46).
3.
Secure the tube to the channel (Figure 46) with
the 2 shoulder bolts (1/2 x 1-15/16 inches) and 2
flange locknuts (5/16 inch).
4.
Torque the bolts and nuts to 20 to 25 N∙m (175
to 225 in-lb).
5.
Thread the jam nut (5/16 inch) into the bolt (5/16
x 1 inch) as shown in Figure 46.
6.
Thread the bolt (5/16 x 1 inch) and jam nut into
the weld nut at the bottom of the tank support
channel and tighten the bolt and jam nut by
hand (Figure 46).
Installing the Tank
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Note: The Multi-Pro WM turf sprayer requires a
4-post ROPS or cab installed onto the Workman
vehicle.
1.
Installing the Anti-Siphon
Fill Receptacle
Assemble the freshwater tank and mount onto
the support tube with the 2 bolts (5/16 x 2-1/4
inches) and 2 flange locknuts (5/16 inch) as
shown in Figure 47.
Parts needed for this procedure:
1
Fill receptacle assembly
1
Flange-head bolt (5/16 x 3/4 inch)
Procedure
Place the fill-receptacle assembly over the threaded
hole in the tank (Figure 48) and secure it with a
flange-head bolt (5/16 x 3/4 inch).
g033573
Figure 47
1. Freshwater tank mount
4. Washer (5/16 inch)
2. Flange locknut (5/16 inch)
5. Bolt (5/16 x 2-1/4 inches)
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Figure 48
3. Support tube (freshwater
tank)
1. Fill-receptacle assembly
2.
Torque the bolts and nuts to 20 to 25 N∙m (175
to 225 in-lb).
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2. Flange bolt (5/16 x 3/4
inch)
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Checking the Section-Hinge
Springs
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.
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Figure 49
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.
1. Section-hinge spring
2. Jam nut
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 49).
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).
3. Compressed spring
dimension—4 cm (1-1/2
inches)
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 62)
for more information.
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Storing the Jack Stands
(Optional)
Parts needed for this procedure:
2
Front jack stand
2
Rear jack stand
4
Cotter pin
2
Clevis pin (4-1/2 inches)
2
Clevis pin (3 inches)
2
Knob
Procedure
1.
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Insert the front jack stands upside down into the
frame near the front tie-down points (Figure 50).
g023740
Figure 50
1. Front jack stand
2. Knob
2.
Secure the front jack stands with 2 clevis pins
(3 inches) and 2 cotter pins through the middle
hole on the stands.
3.
Insert the rear jack stands from the bottom, up
into the frame, near the rear tie-down points
(Figure 51).
g023739
Figure 51
1. Rear jack stand
4.
Secure the rear jack stands with 4 clevis pins
(4-1/2 inches) and 4 cotter pins through the last
hole on the stands.
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Product Overview
g028854
Figure 52
1. Master section switch
6. Rinse switch (optional)
2. Left, center, and right section switches
7. Sonic-boom switch (optional)
3. Boom-section lift switches
8. Application-rate switch
4. InfoCenter
9. Agitation switch
5. Pressure gauge
Controls
and more (Figure 52). For more information, refer to
Using the InfoCenter (page 40).
InfoCenter LCD Display
Master Section Switch
The InfoCenter LCD display shows information about
your machine and battery pack such as the current
battery charge, the speed, diagnostics information,
The master section switch (Figure 52) is located
on the side of the console and to the right of the
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operator’s seat. It allows you to start or stop the spray
operation. Press the switch to enable or disable the
spray system.
Left, Center, and Right Section
Switches
The left, center, and right section switches are located
on the control panel (Figure 52). 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.
Application-Rate Switch
g028486
Figure 53
The application-rate switch is located on the left
side of the control panel (Figure 52). Press and
hold the switch upward to increase the spray system
application rate, or press and hold it downward to
decrease application rate.
1. InfoCenter console
3. Automatic mode
(sprayer-mode switch
position)
2. Sprayer-mode switch
4. Manual mode
(sprayer-mode switch
position)
Boom-Section Lift Switches
The boom-section lift switches are located on the
control panel and are used to raise the outer boom
sections.
Regulating (Rate Control) Valve
The regulating valve located behind the tank (Figure
54), The regulating valve controls the amount of fluid
that is routed to the section valves or the rate return
to the tank.
Sprayer-Mode Switch (HDX-Auto
Model)
Use the sprayer-mode switch to select between the
following spraying methods:
• Use the manual mode when you want to manually
control the sprayer application rate.
• Use the automatic mode when you want the
computer to control sprayer application rate with
setting you enter in the InfoCenter.
g028483
Figure 54
1. Regulating (rate control)
valve
2. Agitation valve
3. Master-boom valve
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4. Flow meter
5. Section valves
Flow meter
The flow meter measures the flow rate of the fluid to
the boom section valves (Figure 54).
Section Valves
Use the boom-section valves to turn the sprayer
pressure on or off to the sprayer nozzles in the left,
center, and right boom sections (Figure 54).
Section-Bypass Valves
The boom section-bypass valves (Figure 55) redirect
the fluid flow from a boom to the tank when you turn
off the boom section. You can adjust these valves to
ensure that the boom pressure remains constant no
matter which combination of booms you are operating;
refer to Calibrating the Section-Bypass Valves (page
56).
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Figure 56
1. Agitation-control valve
Note: HD-series models with a manual
transmission—for agitation to work the PTO and
clutch must be engaged and the engine must be
running above an idle. If you stop the sprayer and
need agitation circulating the content of the tank,
place the range shift lever in the NEUTRAL position, let
out the clutch, engage the parking brake, and set the
hand throttle (if equipped).
Sprayer Pump
The sprayer pump is located at the rear of the machine
(Figure 57).
Control the sprayer pump by performing the following:
• For the HD-series model with a manual
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transmission—At the center console of the
machine, move the PTO lever to the ENGAGE
position to run the pump; move the PTO lever to
the DISENGAGE position to stop the pump. Refer to
the Workman HDX-Auto Utility Vehicle Operator’s
Manual.
Figure 55
1. Left boom section-bypass
valve
3. Right boom
section-bypass valve
2. Center boom
section-bypass valve
• For the HDX-Auto model—At the dash panel to
the left of the steering-wheel column, press the
rocker switch for the high-flow hydraulic system up
to the ON position to run the sprayer pump (the
light of the rocker switch illuminates). Press the
rocker switch down to the OFF position shut off the
sprayer pump. Refer to the High-Flow Hydraulic
Kit Installation Instructions (the light of the rocker
switch shuts off).
Agitation-Throttle Valve
This valve is located on the rear left side of the tank
(Figure 56). Turn the knob on the valve to the 6
o'clock position to turn on the tank agitation and to the
8 o'clock position to turn off the tank agitation.
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Operation
Note: Determine the left and right sides of the
machine from the normal operating position.
Note: If you need to transport the vehicle on a trailer
with the sprayer installed, make sure that the booms
are tied down and secure.
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Figure 57
Before Operation
1. Sprayer pump
Before Operation Safety
Specifications
For Multi Pro® WM Sprayers, insert the Before
Operation Safety section—ID000-428-671
Note: Specifications and design are subject to
change without notice.
Spray system base weight
(vehicle weight not included)
Tank capacity
General Safety
424 kg (935 lb)
• Park the machine on a level surface; engage the
757 L (200 US gallons)
Overall vehicle length with the
standard spray system
422 cm (166 inches)
Overall vehicle height with
standard spray system to the
top of the tank
147 cm (58 inches)
Overall vehicle height with
standard spray system and
the booms stored in the X
pattern
234 cm (92 inches)
Overall vehicle width with the
standard spray system and
the booms stored in the X
pattern
175 cm (69 inches)
•
•
•
•
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.
•
parking brake; shut off the engine; remove the key;
and wait for all movement to stop before leaving
the machine.
Never allow children or untrained people to
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.
Know how to stop the machine and shut off the
engine quickly.
Check that operator-presence controls, safety
switches, and shields 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 the operator and passenger areas are
clean and free from chemical residue and debris
buildup.
Ensure that all fluid line connectors are tight and
that all hoses are in good condition before applying
pressure to the system.
Chemical Safety
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.
If you will use more than 1 chemical, read the
information on each chemical. Refuse to operate or
work on the sprayer if this information is not available.
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Using the InfoCenter
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.
The InfoCenter LCD display shows information about
your machine, such as the operating status, various
diagnostics, and other information about the machine
(Figure 58). There is a splash screen and main
information screen on the InfoCenter. You can switch
between the splash screen and main information
screen, at any time, by pressing any of the InfoCenter
buttons and then selecting the appropriate directional
arrow.
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 material safety data sheets (MSDS) 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
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Figure 58
• 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.
1. Indicator light
3. Middle button
2. Right button
4. Left button
• Left button, Menu access/Back button—press
this button to access the InfoCenter menus. You
can also use it to back out of any menu you are
currently using.
• Do not fill, calibrate, or clean the machine while
people, especially children, or pets are in the area.
• Middle button—use this button to scroll down
• Handle chemicals in a well-ventilated area.
• Have clean water available, especially when filling
menus.
• Right button—use this button to open a menu
the spray tank.
where a right arrow indicated additional content.
• Do not eat, drink, or smoke while working near
Note: The purpose of each button may change
chemicals.
depending on what function is active at the time. The
LCD display shows an icon above each button that
indicates its current function.
• 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.
Starting the InfoCenter
• Keep chemicals in their original packages and
1.
stored in a safe location.
• Properly dispose of unused chemicals and
chemical containers as instructed by the chemical
manufacturer and your local codes.
Insert the key into the starter switch and rotate it
to the ON position.
Note: The InfoCenter illuminates and displays
the initialization screen (Figure 59).
• Chemicals and fumes are dangerous; never enter
the tank or place your head over or in the opening
of a tank.
• Follow all local, state, and federal regulations for
spreading or spraying chemicals.
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Figure 59
2.
After approximately 15 seconds, the home
screen appears. Press the center selection
button to display the information context (Figure
60).
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Figure 61
Note: Rotating the starter switch to the START
position and starting the engine causes the values
indicated in the InfoCenter display to reflect the
running machine.
Accessing the Settings Menu
1.
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Figure 60
Start the InfoCenter; refer to Starting the
InfoCenter (page 40).
Note: The Home screen displays.
2.
• Press the center selection button again to
navigate to the Main Menu.
Press the center selection button to access the
Information context.
Note: The information context icon displays.
• Right selection button: Total area sprayed
(Figure 61A)
3.
• Right selection button: Application rate
(Figure 61B)
• Left selection button: Sub-area sprayed
(Figure 61C)
• Left selection button: Tank volume (Figure
61D)
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Press the center selection button to access the
Main Menu (Figure 62).
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Figure 62
Additional options for the HDX-Auto model is not shown.
Figure 63
1. List options (icon)
3. Right selection button (list
context)
2. Scroll down (icon)
4. Center selection button
(scroll context)
1. Right selection button (select context)
4.
Press the right selection button to display the
Settings sub-menus.
Note: Pressing the left selection button saves
your selection, exits the Settings menu, and
returns to the Main Menu.
Note: The Main Menu displays with the Settings
option selected.
Note: Pressing the center selection button (the
button below the down arrow icon in the display)
moves the selected option down.
Changing the Units of Measure
(English and Metric)
1.
Access the Settings menu; refer to Accessing
the Settings Menu (page 41).
2.
To change the unit of measure, press the right
selection button to change the listed units of
measure (Figure 63).
3.
To change the language used in the display,
press the center selection button (the button
below the down arrow in the display) to move
the selected option to Language (Figure 63).
4.
Press the right selection button (the button
below the list icon in the display) to highlight the
listed language used in the display (Figure 63).
Note: Available languages include: English,
Spanish, French, German, Portuguese,
Danish, Netherlands (Dutch), Finnish, Italian,
Norwegian, and Swedish.
5.
Press the left selection button to save your
selection(s), exit the Settings menu, and return
to the Main Menu (Figure 62).
6.
Press the left selection button to return to the
Home screen (Figure 63).
• English: mph, gallons, and acre
• Turf: mph, gallons, and 1,000 ft2
• SI (metric): kph, liter, hectare
Note: The display switches between English,
turf, and metric units.
Adjusting the Backlighting and
Contract Levels of the Display
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1.
Access the Settings menu; refer to Accessing
the Settings Menu (page 41).
2.
To adjust the backlight level of the display, press
the center selection button (the button below
the down arrow icon in the display) to move the
selected option down to the Backlight setting
(Figure 64).
selection, exit the Backlight menu, and return to
the Settings menu (Figure 64).
6.
To adjust the contrast level of the display, press
the center selection button (the button below
the down arrow icon in the display) to move the
selected option down to the Contrast setting
(Figure 64).
7.
Press the right selection button to display the
value adjustment context (Figure 64).
Note: The display shows a (―) icon over the
center selection button and a (+) icon over the
right selection button.
8.
Press the left selection button (the button
below the list icon in the display) to save your
selection, exit the Contrast menu, and return to
the Settings menu (Figure 64).
9.
Press the left selection button to exit the Settings
menu and return to the Main Menu (Figure 62
and Figure 64).
10.
Press the left selection button to return to the
Home screen (Figure 64).
InfoCenter Icons
Icon Descriptions
Information icon
Next
Previous
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Figure 64
1. Select arrow (icon)
5. Increase the value (icon)
2. Scroll down (icon)
6. Decrease the value (icon)
3. Right selection button
(select context)
7. Right selection button
(raise value context)
4. Center selection button
(scroll context)
8. Center selection button
(lower value context)
Scroll down
Enter
Change the next value in the
list
Increase
3.
Press the right selection button to display the
value adjustment context (Figure 64).
Decrease
Note: The display shows a (―) icon over the
4.
5.
center selection button and a (+) icon over the
right selection button.
Active screen
Use the center selection button and right
selection button to change the brightness level
of the display (Figure 64).
Inactive screen
Note: As you change the brightness value, the
display changes the selected brightness level.
Go to the home screen
Press the left selection button (the button
below the list icon in the display) to save your
Active home screen
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Icon Descriptions (cont'd.)
Icon Descriptions (cont'd.)
Save value
Select the next area for
accumulation
Exit menu
Application rate 1
Hour meter
Application rate 2
Correct PIN code entered
Boost rate
Check PIN entry/Calibration
verification
Using the Menus
Access the calibration settings in the InfoCenter menu
system by pressing the menu access button while at
the main screen. This returns you to the main menu.
Refer to the following tables for a summary of the
options available from the menus:
Master boom On/Boom
sprayer Off
Master boom On/Boom
sprayer On
Full spray tank
Calibration
Menu Item
Description
Test Speed
This menu sets the test speed for calibration.
Tank level low
Flow
Calibration
This menu calibrates the flow meter.
Empty spray tank
Speed
Calibration
This menu calibrates the speed sensor.
Spray tank at half
or
TURF units (1,000 square
feet)
Selecting the Sprayer
Programming
Area sprayed
HDX-Auto Model
Switching between Manual Mode and
Automatic Mode
Volume sprayed
Adjust tank volume
Home screen
Clear active area
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Figure 65
Clear all areas
1. Automatic mode (switch
position)
2. Manual mode (switch
position)
Adjust digit
• At the control console, press the sprayer-mode
switch to the left position to control the application
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rate of the sprayer through the InfoCenter in the
AUTOMATIC MODE.
Note: An icon
Note: An icon for the application rate appears in
percent above the active program (1 or 2)
application rate. Press and hold the buttons to
apply the boost application rate; release the
buttons to stop the boost rate.
appears.
Note: The application rate boost is an additional
the display of the InfoCenter.
• Press the sprayer-mode switch to the right to
control the application rate of the sprayer by hand
in the MANUAL MODE.
Programming the Application Rate
and Application Rate Boost
Note: When switching from the Automatic mode
to the Manual mode, the icon for the application
rate disappears from the display.
HDX-Auto Model
Switching between Sprayer Programming
Settings
Programming the Application Rate 1 and 2
1.
2.
From the Home screen, press the center
selection button to navigate to the Main Menu.
If needed, press the center selection button to
highlight the application rate for sprayer program
1 (Figure 67).
Note: The icon for sprayer application rate 1
looks like the numeral 1 in a circle to the right of
a bull's-eye target.
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Figure 66
1. Left and center
buttons—selecting
application rate 1
4. Center and right
buttons—selecting
application rate 2
2. Icon—application rate 1
5. Left and right
buttons—selecting
application rate boost
3. Icon —application rate 2
6. Icon —application rate
boost
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Figure 67
• To select application rate 1, press the left 2 buttons
3.
of the InfoCenter (Figure 66).
Note: An icon
4.
appears.
• To select application rate 2 (application rate),
press the right 2 buttons (Figure 66).
Note: An icon
appears.
• To temporarily apply a boost application rate,
press and hold the 2 outer buttons (Figure 66).
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Press the right selection button to select sprayer
program 1 (Figure 67A).
Set the numerical value by pressing the following
selection buttons:
• Press the right selection button (Figure 67B)
to move the cursor to the next numerical
position to the right.
• Press the center selection button (Figure
67C) to increase the numerical value (0 to 9)
5.
Using the Settings Menu
Once the right-most value is set, press the right
selection button.
HDX-Auto Model
Note: The Save Icon appears above the center
selection button (Figure 67D).
6.
Press the center selection button (Figure 67D)
to save the programming for application rate.
7.
Press the center selection button to highlight the
application rate for sprayer program 2.
Selecting the Active Application Rate from the
Settings Menu
1.
From the Main Menu, press the center selection
button to navigate to the Settings menu.
2.
Press the center selection button to highlight the
Active application rate setting (Figure 69).
Note: The icon for sprayer application rate 2
looks like the numeral 2 in a circle to the right of
a bull's-eye target.
Note: You can use the application rate for
sprayer program 2 to conveniently apply a
higher or lower application rate to your turf site
as needed.
8.
Repeat steps 4 through 6.
Programming the Application Boost Rate
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Figure 69
The application boost adds a specified percent to
the active program application rate when the outer 2
buttons of the InfoCenter are pressed while spraying
in Automatic mode.
1.
From the Home screen, press the center
selection button to navigate to the Main Menu.
2.
If needed, press the center selection button to
highlight the application rate boost (Figure 68).
3.
Press the right selection button to toggle
between application rate 1 and 2 (Figure 69).
4.
Press the left selection button to save and return
to the main menu
Setting the Tank-Level Alert
Note: The icon for the application rate boost
look 2 (+) signs to the right of a bull's-eye target
(Figure 68).
1.
From the Main Menu, press the center selection
button to navigate to the Settings menu.
2.
Press the center selection button to highlight the
Alert setting (Figure 70).
Note: The (-) and (+) icons appears above the
center and right selection buttons.
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Figure 68
3.
Press the right selection button (Figure 68) to
increase the boost percentage in 5% increments
(20% maximum).
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Figure 70
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3.
Press the right selection button (Figure 70).
4.
Use the center or right selection buttons to enter
the minimum quantity in the tank when the alert
displays during sprayer operation (Figure 70).
Changing the PIN
Note: Holding the button down increases the
value of the tank alert by 10%.
5.
1.
Enter the current PIN; refer to steps 1 through
6 in Entering the PIN into the InfoCenter (page
47).
2.
From the Main Menu, press the center selection
button to navigate to the Settings menu.
3.
Press the center selection button to highlight the
Protected Menus setting.
Press the left selection button to save and return
to the main menu
Entering the PIN into the InfoCenter
Note: Entering the PIN allows you to change the
access protected settings and maintain the password.
Note: The factory entered PIN number is 1234.
1.
From the Main Menu, press the center selection
button to navigate to the Settings menu.
2.
Press the center selection button to highlight the
Protected Menus setting.
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Figure 72
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Figure 71
4.
Press the right select button to select Protected
Menus (Figure 72A).
5.
Enter the new PIN into the entry screen by
pressing the following selection buttons:
• Press the center selection button (Figure
3.
Press the right select button to select Protected
Menus (Figure 71A).
4.
Set the numerical value in the PIN entry screen
by pressing the following selection buttons:
72A) to increase the numerical value (0 to 9)
• Press the right selection button (Figure 72C)
to move the cursor to the next numerical
position to the right.
• Press the center selection button (Figure
6.
71B) to increase the numerical value (0 to 9)
• Press the right selection button (Figure 71C)
Note: The Save icon appears above the center
to move the cursor to the next numerical
position to the right.
5.
selection button (Figure 72D).
7.
Once the right-most value is set, press the right
selection button.
Note: The checkmark icon appears above the
center selection button (Figure 71D).
6.
Once the right-most value is set, press the right
selection button.
Press the center selection button (Figure 71D)
to enter the password.
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Wait until the InfoCenter displays the “value
saved message” and the red indicator light
illuminates.
Setting the Protect Settings
Important: Use this function to lock and unlock
the application rate.
Note: You must know the 4-digit PIN number to
change settings for functions in the protected menus.
1.
From the Main Menu, press the center selection
button to navigate to the Settings menu.
2.
Press the center selection button to highlight the
Protect Settings entry.
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Figure 74
Note: If there is no X in the box to the right
of Protect Settings entry, the sub-menus for L
Boom, C Boom, R Boom, and Reset Defaults
are not locked with the PIN (Figure 74).
9.
Wait until the InfoCenter displays the “value
saved message” and the red indicator light
illuminates.
Note: The sub-menus below the Protected
Menus entry are locked with the PIN.
Note: To access the sub-menus, highlight the
Protect Settings entry, press the right selection
button, enter the PIN, and when the chackmark
icon appears—press the center selection button.
Resetting the Boom Section Sizes to Default
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1.
Figure 73
3.
Press the center selection button to navigate to
the Reset Default entry (Figure 75).
Press the right selection button.
Note: The PIN entry screen appears
4.
Enter the PIN; refer to step 4 in Entering the PIN
into the InfoCenter (page 47).
5.
Once the right-most value is set, press the right
selection button.
Note: The checkmark icon appears above the
center selection button.
6.
7.
8.
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Figure 75
Press the center selection button.
Note: The sub-menus for L Boom, C Boom, R
Boom, and Reset Defaults appears.
2.
Press the center selection button to highlight the
Protect Settings entry
Press the right selection button to select Reset
Default.
3.
Press the right selection button.
In the Default Settings screen, press the left
selection button for NO or the right selection
button for YES (Figure 75).
Note: An X appears in the box to the to the
right of Protect Settings entry (Figure 74).
Note: Selecting YES restores the boom-section
sizes to the factory setting.
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InfoCenter Advisories
Advisories (cont'd.)
Operator advisories automatically display on the
InfoCenter screen when a machine function requires
additional action. For example, if you attempt to
start the engine while pressing the traction pedal, an
advisory displays, indicating that the traction pedal
must be in the NEUTRAL position.
Advisory Code
For each advisory that occurs, the fault indicator
flashes, and an advisory code (number), an advisory
description, and an advisory qualifier appears on the
screen as shown in Figure 76.
Advisory descriptions and qualifiers appear as
InfoCenter icons. Refer to InfoCenter Icons (page 43)
for a description of each icon.
Note: An advisory qualifier explains the conditions
that triggered the advisory and provides instructions
on eliminating the advisory.
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207
Pump start prevented—engine speed high
208
Throttle/speed lock prevented—pump is not
active
209
Throttle lock prevented—parking brake is
not engaged
210
Speed lock prevented—operator not in seat
or parking brake is engaged
211
Throttle/speed lock prevented—clutch or
service brake is engaged
212
Tank low volume alert
213
Rinse pump ON
220
Flow sensor calibration
221
Flow sensor calibration—fill water in tank
and enter volume filled
222
Flow sensor calibration—turn on the pump
223
Flow sensor calibration—turn on all of the
booms
224
Flow sensor calibration—calibration
commenced
225
Flow sensor calibration—calibration
complete
226
Flow sensor calibration—exiting calibration
mode
231
Speed sensor calibration
232
Speed sensor calibration—fill the fresh
water tank, press next
233
Speed sensor calibration—fill the sprayer
half full with water, press next
234
Speed sensor calibration—enter the
calibration distance, press next
235
Speed sensor calibration—mark and drive
the entered distance with sprayer sections
off
236
Speed sensor calibration—speed sensor
calibration in progress
237
Speed sensor calibration—speed sensor
calibration complete
238
Speed sensor calibration—turn off the
booms
241
Calibration out of bounds, using default
Figure 76
1. Fault indicator
3. Advisory description
2. Advisory qualifier
4. Advisory code
Note: Advisories do not log into the fault log.
Note: You can clear an advisory from the display
screen by pressing any of the InfoCenter keys.
Refer to the table that follows for the InfoCenter
advisories:
Advisories
Advisory Code
Description
200
Start prevented—pump switch active
201
Start prevented—not in NEUTRAL
202
Start prevented—out of seat
203
Start prevented—throttle pedal is not home
204
Start prevented—starter engage timeout
205
Parking brake is engaged
206
Pump start prevented—boom active
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Description
Performing Pre-Starting
Checks
Suction Filter Table
Spray Nozzle
Color Code (flow
rate)
Screen Mesh
Size*
Filter Color Code
Yellow (0.2 gpm)
50
Blue
Red (0.4 gpm)
50
Blue
Note: The tires of this machine are different than
Brown (0.5 gpm)
50 (or 30)
Blue (or green)
car tires; they require less air pressure in order to
minimize turf compaction and damage.
Gray (0.6 gpm)
30
Green
White (0.8 gpm)
30
Green
Blue (1.0 gpm)
30
Green
Green (1.5 gpm)
30
Green
Check the following items each time you begin use
of the sprayer for the day:
• Check the air pressure in the tires.
• Check all fluid levels and add the appropriate
amount of specified fluids, if any are found to be
low.
*The mesh size of the suction filters in this table
are based on spray chemicals or solutions with the
viscosity equivalent to water.
• Check the brake pedal operation.
• Check to see that the lights are working.
• Turn the steering wheel to the left and right to
Important: When you spray with higher viscosity
check steering response.
(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 77.
• With the engine shut off, check for oil leaks, loose
parts, and any other noticeable malfunctions.
If any of the above items are not correct, notify your
mechanic or check with your supervisor before taking
the sprayer out for the day. Your supervisor may want
you to check other items on a daily basis, so ask what
inspections you are responsible to perform.
Preparing the Sprayer
Selecting a Nozzle
Note: Refer to the nozzle-selection guide that is
available through your authorized Toro distributor.
The turret bodies can accept up to 3 different nozzles.
To select the desired nozzle perform the following:
1.
Stop the sprayer on a level surface, shut off the
engine, engage the parking brake, and remove
the key.
2.
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.
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Figure 77
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 suction-filter mesh; refer
to Figure 78.
Perform a flow calibration; refer to Calibrating
the Sprayer Flow (page 54).
Selecting a Suction Filter
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.
50
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 78
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 79.
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 79
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 80.
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Figure 80
Mesh size—application rate
1. Higher application rate
Figure 81
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 82.
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 82
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 81.
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3. Screen mesh size
Filling the Tanks
Important: Ensure that the chemicals you use
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 degrades the O-rings in
the sprayer, causing leaks.
Filling the Freshwater Tank
Important: Do not use reclaimed water (gray
water) in the freshwater tank.
Note: The freshwater 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 freshwater tank with clean water before
handling or mixing any chemicals.
Important: After filling the tank for the first time,
check the tank straps for any play. Tighten them
as necessary.
The freshwater tank is located on the ROPS, behind
the passenger seat (Figure 83). It supplies a source of
fresh water for you to wash chemicals off of your skin,
eyes, or other surfaces in case of accidental exposure.
• To fill the tank, unscrew the cap on the top of the
tank and fill the tank with fresh water. Replace
the cap.
• To open the freshwater tank spigot, turn the lever
on the spigot.
1.
Purge the spray system of spray-system
conditioner by running the sections.
2.
Park the machine on a level surface, move the
range selector to the neutral position, engage
the parking brake, shut off the engine, and
remove the key.
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 tank lid 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.
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 83
1. Filler cap
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3. Spigot
Figure 84
2. Freshwater tank
Filling the Spray Tank
Install the Chemical Pre-Mix Kit for optimal mixing and
exterior tank cleanliness.
Important: Whenever possible, do not use
reclaimed water (gray water) in the spray tank.
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7.
Start the engine, engage the PTO, and set the
hand throttle if equipped.
8.
Turn the agitation switch ON position.
9.
Add the proper amount of chemical concentrate
to the tank, as directed by the chemical
manufacturer.
Note: Before using the sprayer for the first time, if
Important: If you are using a wettable
powder, mix the powder with a small amount
of water to form a slurry before adding it to
the tank
10.
you change the nozzles, or as needed, calibrate the
sprayer flow, speed, and section bypass.
1.
Add the remaining water to the tank.
Fill the spray tank with clean water.
Note: Ensure that there is enough water in
the tank to complete each of the calibration
procedures.
Note: For better agitation, decrease the
application rate setting.
Inspecting the Tank Straps
2.
Lower the left and right boom sections.
3.
For the HDX-Auto model—operate the machine
while spraying at 2.75 bar (40 psi) or greater for
a minimum of 30 minutes. Fill the sprayer tank
with clean water when finished.
4.
Set the protected settings to off; refer to Setting
the Protect Settings (page 48).
5.
For the HDX-Auto model—set the sprayer
system to the Manual Mode; refer to Switching
between Manual Mode and Automatic Mode
(page 44).
Service Interval: Before each use or daily—Check
the tank straps.
Important: Overtightening the tank strap
fasteners can result in deforming and damaging
the tank and straps.
1.
Fill the main tank with water.
2.
Check to see if there is any movement between
the tank straps and the tank (Figure 85).
Calibrating the Sprayer Flow
Operator supplied equipment: Stop watch capable
of measuring to ± 1/10 second and a container
graduated in 50 ml (1 fl oz) increments.
Note: Calibrating the sprayer flow for machines
without a throttle lock requires 2 people.
Preparing the Sprayer System
1.
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Figure 85
1. Rear tank strap
4. Forward tank strap
2. Bolt
3. Flanged locknut
5. Front of the machine
Set the transmission as follows:
• For HD-Series Models with a manual
transmission—shift the transmission to the
NEUTRAL position.
• For the HDX-Auto model—shift the
transmission to P (park).
3.
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 85).
Note: Do not overtighten the tank strap
hardware.
2.
Engage the parking brake and start the engine.
3.
Turn on the sprayer pump and turn on the
agitation.
4.
Press down on the accelerator pedal until the
engine reaches maximum speed.
5.
Set the engine speed as follows:
• For machines without the optional throttle
Calibrating the Sprayer
lock—have 1 person press down on the
accelerator pedal until the engine reaches
maximum speed.
Preparing the Machine
Note: Have the other person collect
Important: Before calibrating the sprayer system
samples from the sprayer nozzles.
used on the HDX-Auto model, fill the sprayer
tank as required with clean water and operate the
machine while spraying at 2.75 bar (40 psi) or
greater for a minimum of 30 minutes.
• For machines with the optional throttle lock,
press down on the accelerator pedal until the
engine reaches maximum speed and set the
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throttle lock; refer to operation instructions
for your Workman hand throttle kit.
Nozzle Color
Liters
US Gallons
Yellow
42
11
Red
83
22
Set all 3 section switches and the master-section
switch to the ON position.
Brown
106
28
Gray
125
33
Prepare to perform a catch test using the
graduated container.
White
167
44
Blue
208
55
Start at 2.75 bar (40 psi) and use the
application-rate switch to adjust the spray
pressure so that a catch test yields the amounts
listed in the table that follows.
Green
314
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Performing a Catch Test
1.
2.
3.
3.
Note: As the machine sprays, the InfoCenter
displays the quantity of fluid that it is counting.
Note: Collect 3 samples at 15 seconds each
and average the quantities of water collected.
Nozzle
Color
Milliliters collected in
15 seconds
189
6.4
Red
378
12.8
Brown
473
16.0
Gray
567
19.2
White
757
25.6
Blue
946
32.0
1,419
48.0
Green
4.
5.
4.
Ounces collected in
15 seconds
Yellow
5.
Shut off the master-section switch and select
the checkmark by pressing the center button on
the InfoCenter.
Note: Calibration is now complete.
Once the catch test has yielded the amounts
listed in the table above, set the supervisor
rate-lockout switch to the LOCK position.
Calibrating the Sprayer
Speed
Turn the master-section switch to the OFF
position.
1.
Ensure that the sprayer tank is filled with water.
2.
On an open, flat area, mark off a distance
between 45 to 152 m (150 to 500 ft).
On the InfoCenter, navigate to the Calibration
menu and select FLOW CAL as follows:
Note: Mark off 152 m (500 ft) for more accurate
Note: Selecting the Home Screen icon at any
results.
time cancels calibrations.
A.
Press the center selection button on the
InfoCenter twice to access the menus.
B.
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.
D.
E.
2.
After spraying for 5 minutes, select the
checkmark by pressing the center button on the
InfoCenter.
Note: It is acceptable if the gallons displayed
during the calibration process do not match
the known quantity of water entered into the
InfoCenter.
Setting the InfoCenter
1.
Turn on the master-section switch for 5 minutes.
3.
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 Calibration.
Note: Selecting the Home Screen icon at any
time cancels the calibration.
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.
Press the right selection button on the
InfoCenter.
5.
Select the Next arrow (→) on the InfoCenter.
6.
Using the plus (+) and minus (-) symbols, enter
the marked-off distance into the InfoCenter.
7.
Perform one of the following:
• For HD-Series Models with a manual
Using the plus (+) and minus (-) symbols, enter
the flow volume according to the table below.
transmission—shift the machine into first
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8.
7.
gear and drive the marked distance in a
straight line at full throttle.
• For the HDX-Auto model,—shift the
machine into D (drive) and drive the marked
distance in a straight line at full throttle.
Stop the machine at the marked-off distance
and select the checkmark on the InfoCenter.
On the InfoCenter, navigate to the Calibration
menu and select Test Speed.
Note: Selecting the Home Screen icon at any
time cancels calibration.
8.
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.
Using the plus (+) and minus (–) symbols, enter
a test speed of 5.6 km/h (3.5 mph), then select
the Home icon.
Adjusting the Section Bypass
Valves
Note: Calibration is now complete.
1.
Calibrating the
Section-Bypass Valves
Using the application rate switch, adjust the
application rate according to the table that
follows.
Nozzle Application Rate Table
Before using the sprayer for the first time, whenever
you change the nozzles, or as needed, calibrate the
sprayer flow, speed, and set the section bypass.
Nozzle Color
SI (Metric)
English
Turf
Yellow
159 L/ha
17 gpa
0.39 gpk
Red
319 L/ha
34 gpa
0.78 gpk
this procedure.
Brown
394 L/ha
42 gpa
0.96 gpk
Note: Calibrating the secrion bypass for machines
Gray
478 L/ha
51 gpa
1.17 gpk
without a throttle lock requires 2 people.
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
Important: Select an open flat area to perform
Preparing the Machine
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Ensure that the sprayer tank is filled with water.
Set the transmission as follows:
• For HD-Series Models with a manual
transmission—shift the transmission to the
NEUTRAL position.
• For the HDX-Auto model—shift the
transmission to P (park).
Engage the parking brake and turn the engine
on.
Set the 3 section switches to the ON position,
but leave the master-section switch in the OFF
position.
Set the pump switch to the ON position, and turn
on the agitation.
Set the engine speed as follows:
• For machines without the optional throttle
lock—have 1 person press down on the
accelerator pedal until the engine reaches
maximum engine speed.
2.
Note: The numbered indicators on the bypass
valve are for reference only.
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Figure 86
1. Section-bypass adjustment
Note: Have the other person adjust the
•
Turn off the left-section switch and adjust the
left section-bypass valve (Figure 86) until the
pressure reading is at the previously adjusted
level (typically 2.75 bar or 40 psi).
section-bypass valves.
For machines with the optional throttle lock,
press down on the accelerator pedal until
the engine reaches maximum engine speed
and set the throttle lock; refer to operation
instructions for your Workman hand throttle
kit.
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3.
Turn on the left-section switch and turn off the
right-section switch.
4.
Adjust the right section-bypass valve (Figure 86)
until the pressure reading is at the previously
adjusted level (typically 2.75 bar or 40 psi).
5.
Turn on the right-section switch and turn off the
center-section switch.
Adjust the center section-bypass valve (Figure
86) until the pressure reading is at the previously
adjusted level (typically 2.75 bar or 40 psi).
• For HD-Series Models with a manual
7.
Turn all the section switched off.
• For the HDX-Auto model—shift the
8.
Turn the spray pump off.
6.
transmission—shift the transmission to the
NEUTRAL position.
transmission to P (park).
Note: Calibration is now complete.
Adjusting the Agitation and
Master Bypass Valves
4.
Engage the parking brake and turn the engine
on.
5.
Turn on the sprayer pump.
6.
Set the engine speed as follows:
• For machines without the optional throttle
lock—have 1 person press down on the
accelerator pedal until the engine reaches
maximum speed.
Agitation Bypass Valve Knob
Positions
Note: Have the other person collect
samples from the sprayer nozzles.
• The agitation bypass valve is in the full Open
position as shown in Figure 87A.
• For machines with the optional throttle lock,
press down on the accelerator pedal until the
engine reaches maximum speed and set the
throttle lock; refer to operation instructions
for your Workman hand throttle kit.
• The agitation bypass valve is in the Closed (0)
position as shown in Figure 87B.
• The agitation bypass valve is in an intermediate
(adjusted relative to the pressure gauge for the
sprayer system) position as shown in Figure 87C.
7.
Set the 3 individual section-valve switches to the
OFF position.
8.
Set the master-section switch to the ON position.
9.
Set the system pressure to MAXIMUM.
10.
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.
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11.
Figure 87
1. Open
3. Intermediate position
2. Closed (0)
Calibrating the Agitation Bypass
Valve
Service Interval: Yearly
Important: Select an open flat area to perform
this procedure.
Note: Calibrating the agitation bypass valve for
machines without a throttle lock requires 2 people.
1.
Ensure that the sprayer tank is filled with water.
2.
Verify the agitation-control valve is open. If it has
been adjusted, open it completely at this time.
3.
Set the transmission as follows:
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Adjust the agitation bypass valve (Figure 88)
on the backside of the agitation valve until the
pressure reading on the gauge is 6.9 bar (100
psi).
Note: Have the other person collect
•
samples from the sprayer nozzles.
For machines with the optional throttle lock,
press down on the accelerator pedal until the
engine reaches maximum speed and set the
throttle lock; refer to operation instructions
for your Workman hand throttle kit.
8.
Adjust the master section-bypass handle to
control the amount of agitation occurring in the
tank (Figure 88).
9.
Reduce the throttle speed to idle.
10.
Set the agitation switch and pump switch to the
OFF position.
11.
Shut off the engine.
Locating the Spray Pump
The spray pump is located at the back of the machine
(Figure 89).
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Figure 88
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 starter switch to the OFF position.
Adjusting the Master
Section-Bypass Valve
Note: Adjusting the master section-bypass valve
g239107
Figure 89
reduces or increases the amount of flow sent to the
agitation nozzles in the tank when the master boom
switch is set to the OFF position.
1.
Ensure that the sprayer tank is filled with water.
2.
Engage the parking brake.
3.
Set the transmission as follows:
During Operation
During Operation Safety
• For HD-Series Models with a manual
transmission—shift the transmission to the
NEUTRAL position.
General Safety
• The owner/operator can prevent and is responsible
• For the HDX-Auto model—shift the
transmission to P (park).
4.
Turn on the sprayer pump.
5.
Set the agitation switch to the ON position.
6.
Set the master-section switch to the OFF
position.
7.
Set the engine speed as follows:
•
•
• For machines without the optional throttle
•
lock—have 1 person press down on the
accelerator pedal until the engine reaches
maximum speed.
•
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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 jewelry.
Wear appropriate personal protective equipment
as directed in Chemical Safety.
Do not operate the machine while ill, tired, or
under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
Passengers should sit in the designated seating
positions only.
• Operate the machine only in good visibility. Avoid
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
– Shut off the engine.
holes or hidden hazards.
Before you start the engine, ensure that you are
in the operating position, the transmission is in
neutral, and the parking brake is engaged.
You and any passengers should remain seated
whenever the machine is in motion. Keep both
hands on the steering wheel whenever possible.
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 and load 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.
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.
Slow down and use caution when making turns
and crossing roads and sidewalks with the
machine. Always yield the right-of-way.
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 leaving the operator’s seat, do the
following:
– Shut off the spray pump.
– Stop the machine.
– Shift the transmission into the NEUTRAL
position (manual) or the PARK position
(automatic).
– Engage the parking brake.
– Remove the key.
• Engine exhaust is fatal if inhaled. Do not run the
engine indoors or in an enclosed area.
• Never leave a running machine unattended.
• Do not operate the machine when there is the risk
of lightning.
• Use accessories and attachments approved by
The Toro® Company only.
Rollover Protection System
(ROPS) Safety
• Do not remove the ROPS from the machine.
• Ensure that the seat belt is attached and that you
can release it quickly in an emergency.
• 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.
• Replace damaged ROPS components. Do not
repair or alter them.
Machines with Cabs
• The ROPS is an integral and effective safety
device.
• A cab installed by Toro is a roll bar.
• Always wear your seat belt.
Slope Safety
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
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Operating the Sprayer
gradually downhill, if possible. Use care when
reversing the machine.
To operate the Multi Pro WM, first fill the spray tank,
then apply the solution to the work area, and finally
clean the tank. It is important that you complete all 3
of these steps in succession 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 cause the chemicals to separate
and possibly damage the sprayer components.
• 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.
Important: The tank markings are for reference
only and cannot be considered accurate for
calibration.
• Use extreme caution when operating the machine
CAUTION
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.
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.
• Use extra care while operating the machine with
attachments; they can affect the stability of the
machine.
• Keep chemicals away from your skin.
Should contact occur, wash the affected
area thoroughly with soap and clean water.
• 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.
• Wear goggles and any other protective
equipment recommended by the chemical
manufacturer.
• 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 Multi Pro WM 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.
• 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.
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 wear rates. If a chemical is available in a
formulation that would provide increased life to the
sprayer, use this alternative formulation.
– 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.
As always, remember to clean your machine and
spray system thoroughly after all applications. This
ensures that your sprayer has a long and trouble-free
life.
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Spraying
E.
7.
Using the Sprayer
Important: In order to ensure that your solution
8.
Note: This procedure assumes that the PTO
is engaged (HD-series models with a manual
transmission) and the section valve calibration is
complete.
Lower the booms into position.
2.
For the HDX-Auto model, set the sprayer-mode
switch as following:
• When using the sprayer in the
Important: Under some conditions, heat from
the engine, radiator, and muffler can potentially
damage grass when operating the sprayer in a
stationary mode. Stationary modes include tank
agitation, hand spraying with a spray gun, or
using a walking boom.
MANUAL
press the switch to the right; refer to
Sprayer-Mode Switch (HDX-Auto Model)
(page 37).
• When using the sprayer in the AUTOMATIC
3.
press the switch to the left.
Use the following precautions:
Set the master-section switch to the OFF
position.
4.
Set the individual section switches, as needed,
to the ON positions.
5.
Drive to the location where you plan to spray.
6.
Navigate to the Application Rate screen on
the InfoCenter and set the desired rate by
performing the following steps:
A.
When finished spraying, set the master-section
switch to the OFF position to turn off all
spay sections, and disengage the PTO lever
(HD-series models with a manual transmission).
Turf Care Precautions while
Operating in Stationary
Modes
MODE
MODE
Set the master-section switch to the ON position
and begin spraying.
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.
remains well mixed, use the agitation feature
whenever you have solution in the tank. For
agitation to work, you must engage the PTO and
the engine must be running above an idle. If you
stop the vehicle and need the agitation on, place
the shift lever in the NEUTRAL position, engage
the parking brake, engage the PTO, engage the
clutch, and set the hand throttle, if equipped.
1.
Return to the location where you are
spraying.
• Avoid stationary spraying when conditions are
very hot and/or dry, as turf can be more stressed
during these periods.
• Avoid parking on the turf while stationary spraying.
Park on a cart path whenever possible.
• Minimize the amount of time that you leave the
machine running over any particular area of turf.
The extent of damage to the grass depends on
both time and temperature.
Ensure that the switch for the pump is in the
ON position.
• Set the engine speed as low as possible to
achieve the desired pressure and flow. This
minimizes the heat generated and the air velocity
from the cooling fan.
B.
For HD-series models with a manual
transmission, select the desired gear range.
C.
Begin driving at your target ground speed.
• Allow the heat to escape upward from the engine
D.
For HD-series models with a manual
transmission or with a automatic
transmission used in the manual mode,
verify that the monitor displays the correct
application rate. If needed, adjust the
application-rate switch until the monitor
displays the desired application rate.
compartment by raising the seat assemblies during
stationary operation rather than being forced out
under the vehicle.
Note: For HD-series models with a
automatic transmission that are operated
in the automatic mode, the computer
automatically adjusts the sprayer pressure
to maintain the application rate.
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Changing the Spray Section
Position
Positioning the Spray
Sections
Perform the following steps to move the outer spray
sections to the SPRAY position:
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.
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
Setting the Hydraulic Lift Lock
the full, extended spray position.
Engage the hydraulic lift lever and lock it to provide
hydraulic power for control of the boom lift.
1.
Complete the sprayer job, then perform the following
steps to retract the outer spray sections into the
transport position:
Push forward the hydraulic-lift lever (Figure 90
or Figure 91).
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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Figure 90
Manual Transmission Workman Vehicles
1. Push forward
3. Hydraulic-lift lock
2. Move left
4. Hydraulic-lift lever
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Figure 91
Automatic Transmission Workman Vehicles
1. Push forward
3. Hydraulic-lift lock
2. Move left
4. Hydraulic-lift lever
2.
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Figure 92
“X” transport position
Important: To prevent damage to the lift cylinder,
Move the hydraulic-lift lock left to engage the
lock (Figure 90 or Figure 91).
make sure that the actuators are fully retracted
before transporting the machine.
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Using the Boom-Section Transport
Cradle
inadequate to achieve the desired application rate.
To correct you application rate, slow your ground
speed to achieve your application rate or select a
sprayer nozzle with a higher application rate range.
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.
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.
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.
Spraying Tips
• Do not overlap areas where 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 stopped,
use the neutral engine speed lock to hold the
engine speed up to keep the agitation running.
• You obtain better results if the sprayer is moving
when you turn the spray sections on.
• Watch for changes in the application rate that may
indicate that your speed has changed beyond the
range of the nozzles or there is a problem with the
spray system.
HD-Series Models with a Automatic Transmission
Operated in the Automatic Mode
Note: Refer to the nozzle selection guide that is
available through your authorized Toro distributor.
• If you are operating the sprayer at a slow ground
speed that causes the computer to maintain
too low of a sprayer system pressure for the
application rating of the selected nozzles, the
chemical solution discharges from the nozzle
incorrectly (running or dribbling). Select a sprayer
nozzle with a lower application rate range.
• If you are operating the sprayer at a high ground
speed that causes the computer to use full sprayer
system pressure and the sprayer pressure is
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After Operation
After Operation Safety
• Park the machine on a level surface; engage the
parking brake; shut off the engine; remove the key;
and wait for all movement to stop before leaving
the machine.
After you finish operating the machine for the day,
wash off all chemical residue from the outside of
the machine; refer to Chemical Safety.
Allow the engine to cool before storing the machine
in any enclosure.
Maintain and clean the seat belt(s) as necessary.
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.
Keep all parts of the machine in good working
condition and all hardware tightened.
Replace all worn, damaged, or missing decals.
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•
•
•
•
•
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Figure 94
1. Valve closed
4.
Important: You must always empty and clean
the sprayer immediately after each use. Failure
to do so may cause the chemicals to dry or
thicken in the lines, clogging the pump and other
components.
Use the approved rinse kit for this machine. Contact
your authorized Toro distributor for more information.
Clean the spray system after each spraying session.
To properly clean the spray system, do the following:
Draining the Sprayer Tank
2.
Close the drain valve (Figure 94).
Cleaning the Sprayer
Cleaning the Sprayer
System
1.
2. Valve open
Park the machine on a level surface, engage the
parking brake, shut off the engine, and remove
the key.
Locate the tank drain valve on the right side of
the machine (Figure 93).
• Use 3 separate rinses.
• Use the cleaners and neutralizers as
recommended by the chemical manufacturers.
• Use pure clean water (no cleaners or neutralizers)
for the last rinse.
1.
Fill the tank with at least 190 L (50 US gallons)
of clean fresh water and close the cover.
Note: You can use a cleaning/neutralizing
agent in the water as needed. On the final rinse,
use only clean, clear water.
2.
Lower the booms into the spray position.
3.
Start the engine and set the pump switch to the
ON position.
4.
Move the throttle to a higher idle.
5.
Ensure that the agitation switch is in the ON
position and use the application-rate switch to
increase the pressure to a high setting.
6.
Set the master-section switch and individual
section switches to the ON positions to begin
spraying.
7.
Allow all of the water in the tank to spray out
though the nozzles.
8.
Check the nozzles to ensure that they are all
spraying correctly.
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Figure 93
1. Tank-drain valve
3.
Open the valve to drain all unused material from
the tank (Figure 94).
Important: Dispose of all waste chemicals
according to local codes and the material
manufacturer's instructions.
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9.
Set the master-section switch to the OFF
position, shut off the sprayer pump, and shut off
the engine.
10.
Repeat steps 1 through 9 at least 2 more times
to ensure that the spray system is fully cleaned.
Important: You must always complete this
procedure at least 3 times to ensure that
the spray system is fully clean, preventing
damage to the system.
11.
Clean the suction filter and pressure filter; refer
to Cleaning the Suction Filter (page 65) and
Cleaning the Pressure Filter (page 65).
Important: If you used wettable powder
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Figure 96
chemicals, clean the strainer after each tank.
12.
Using a garden hose, rinse off the outside of the
sprayer with clean water.
1. Screen vane
13.
Remove the nozzles and clean them by hand.
Replace damaged or worn nozzles.
5.
Cleaning the Suction Filter
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.
2.
Park the machine on a level surface, engage the
parking brake, shut off the pump, shut off the
engine, and remove the key.
Cleaning the Pressure Filter
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 95).
Service Interval: Before each use or daily—Clean
the pressure filter. Clean the
pressure filter (more often when
using wettable powders).
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Figure 95
1. Suction hose
2. Retainer
3.
Remove the hose and hose fitting from the filter
housing (Figure 95).
4.
Pull the suction strainer out of the filter housing
in the tank (Figure 96).
Clean the suction filter with clean water.
Important: Replace the filter if it is damaged
or cannot be cleaned.
Service Interval: Before each use or daily—Clean the
suction filter. Clean the suction filter
(more often when using wettable
powders).
1.
2. Suction strainer
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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 97).
Cleaning the Nozzle Filter
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
98).
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Figure 97
1. Filter head
4. Gasket (drain plug)
2. Gasket (bowl)
5. Drain cap
3. Filter element
6. Bowl
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3.
Figure 98
Rotate the drain cap counterclockwise and
remove it from the bowl of the pressure filter
(Figure 97).
1. Spray turret
3. Nozzle
2. Nozzle filter
Note: Allow the bowl to drain completely.
4.
Rotate the bowl counterclockwise and remove
the filter head (Figure 97).
5.
Remove the pressure filter element (Figure 97).
6.
Clean the pressure filter element with clean
water.
3.
Remove the nozzle filter (Figure 98).
4.
Clean the nozzle filter with clean water.
Important: Replace the filter if it is damaged
or cannot be cleaned.
5.
Important: Replace the filter if it is damaged
or cannot be cleaned.
7.
Note: Ensure that the filter is fully seated.
6.
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 97).
Important: Replace any damaged or worn
gaskets for the plug, bowl, or both.
8.
Install the pressure filter element into the filter
head (Figure 97).
Note: Ensure that the filter element is firmly
seated into the filter head.
9.
Install the bowl onto the filter head, and tighten
by hand (Figure 97).
10.
Assemble the drain cap onto the fitting at the
bottom of the bowl, and tighten the cap by hand
(Figure 97).
Install the nozzle filter (Figure 98).
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Install the nozzle onto the spray turret (Figure
98).
Conditioning the Spray
System
2.
Lower the outer booms sections.
3.
Set the left, center, and right section switches
and the master section switch to the ON position.
Service Interval: After each use—Condition the spray
system at the end of each daily use.
4.
Allow the spray system to spray until the nozzles
discharge the conditioner.
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.
Conditioner specification: propylene glycol
"non-toxic RV antifreeze” with corrosion inhibitor
5.
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 or Towing the
Machine
For information on transporting or towing the machine,
refer to the Operator's Manual for your Workman
vehicle.
Preparing the Conditioner
1.
Move the machine to a level surface, set the
parking brake, shut off the engine, and remove
the key.
2.
Add conditioner to the tank as follows:
Important: Tie outer spray sections to the
boom-section transport cradles.
• 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.
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.
Spraying the Conditioner
Recommended tool: a clear catch container.
1.
Shut off the master section switch, 3 section
switches, agitation switch, spray-pump switch,
engine, and remove the key.
Move the machine to the drain pad area and set
the parking brake.
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Maintenance
Note: Download a free copy of the electrical or hydraulic schematic by visiting www.Toro.com and searching
for your machine from the Manuals link on the home page.
Note: Determine the left and right sides of the machine from the normal operating position.
Maintenance Safety
– Do not eat, drink, or smoke while working near
chemicals.
• Before leaving the operator’s seat, do the
•
•
•
following:
– Stop 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.
– Remove the key.
– Wait for all movement to stop before leaving
the machine.
Allow only qualified and authorized personnel to
maintain, repair, adjust, or inspect the machine.
Before performing any maintenance, thoroughly
clean and rinse the sprayer.
Chemicals used in the sprayer system may be
hazardous and toxic to you, bystanders, animals,
plants, soils, or other property.
– Carefully read and follow the chemical warning
labels and material safety data sheets (MSDS)
for all chemicals used, and protect yourself
according to the chemical manufacturer’s
recommendations.
– 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:
◊ 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
– 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.
– Handle chemicals in a well-ventilated area.
– Have clean water available, especially when
filling the spray tank.
– 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.
– Chemicals and fumes are dangerous; never
enter the tank or place your head over or in the
opening of a tank.
• Before servicing or adjusting the machine, park it
on a level surface, engage the parking brake, shut
off the engine, and remove the key, and allow the
engine to cool.
• To ensure that the entire machine is in good
condition, keep all nuts, bolts, and screws properly
tightened.
• To reduce the potential for fire, keep the engine
area free of excessive grease, chemicals, grass,
leaves, and dirt.
• 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.
• Do not adjust the ground speed of the machine. To
ensure safety and accuracy, have an authorized
Toro distributor check the ground speed.
• If the machine requires a major repair or you
need technical help, contact an authorized Toro
distributor.
• Modifying this machine in any manner may affect
machine operation, performance, durability, or its
use, and result in injury or death. Such use could
void the product warranty.
• If possible, do not perform maintenance while the
engine is running. Keep away from moving parts.
• Use jack stands to support the machine or
components when required.
• Carefully release pressure from components with
stored energy.
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Recommended Maintenance Schedule(s)
Maintenance Service
Interval
Before each use or daily
Maintenance Procedure
• Check the tank straps.
• Clean the suction filter.
• Clean the pressure filter.
After each use
• Condition the spray system at the end of each daily use.
Every 50 hours
• Lubricate the pump.
Every 100 hours
• Lubricate the boom hinges.
Every 200 hours
• Inspect all hoses and connections for damage and proper attachment.
• Clean the flow meter (more often when using wettable powders).
Every 400 hours
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•
•
•
•
•
Yearly
Inspect the O-rings in the valve assemblies and replace them if necessary.
Change the suction filter.
Change the pressure filter.
Inspect the pump diaphragm and replace if necessary.
Inspect the pump check valves and replace if necessary.
Inspect the nylon pivot bushings.
• Calibrate the agitation bypass valve.
• Flush the sprayer with clean water.
Important: Refer to the Operator's Manual for your machine and the engine owner’s manual for
additional maintenance procedures.
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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 before filling
the tank.
Check the transaxle oil level before filling
the tank.
Inspect the air filter before filling the tank.
Inspect the engine cooling fins before
filling the tank.
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
Notation for Areas of Concern
Inspection performed by:
Item
Date
Information
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
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Thurs.
Fri.
Sat.
Sun.
Pre-Maintenance
Procedures
CAUTION
If you leave the key in the starter switch,
someone could accidently start the engine
and seriously injure you or bystanders.
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Figure 99
Remove the key from the starter switch and
disconnect the negative battery cable from
the battery before you do any maintenance.
Set the battery cable aside so that it does not
accidentally contact the battery post.
1. Bolt (1/2 x 1-1/2 inches)
Accessing the Machine
2. Locknut (1/2 inch)
6.
Fold the boom extensions forward, alongside
the tank assembly to distribute the weight more
evenly, and keep it from tipping backward.
7.
Raise the tank assembly until the lift cylinders
are fully extended.
8.
Remove the bed support from the storage
brackets at back of the ROPS panel (Figure
100).
Raising the Tank Assembly
DANGER
The sprayer tank assembly represents a
stored energy hazard. If not properly retained
when installing or removing the assembly,
it can move or fall and injure you or other
bystanders.
Use straps and an overhead lift to support
the sprayer tank assembly during installation,
removal, or any maintenance whenever you
remove the retaining fasteners.
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You can raise up the tank assembly to access to the
engine and other internal components. Pivot the boom
extension forward to distribute the weight more evenly.
1.
Empty the spray tank.
2.
Park the vehicle on a level surface.
3.
Use the boom-control switches to raise the
boom extension to approximately 45°.
4.
Engage the parking brake, shut off the engine,
and remove the key.
5.
Remove the safety bolts from the front of the
skid (Figure 99).
Figure 100
1. Bed support
9.
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Push the bed support onto the cylinder rod,
making sure that the support end tabs rest on
Lubrication
the end of cylinder barrel and on the rod end of
the lift cylinder (Figure 101).
Greasing the Sprayer Pump
Service Interval: Every 50 hours
Grease Type: Mobil XHP 461
1.
Locate the grease fittings on the sprayer pump.
Note: The pump is located at the rear end of
the machine.
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Figure 101
1. Bed support
3. Bed
2. Cylinder barrel
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Figure 102
Lowering the Tank Assembly
1.
1. Sprayer pump
When you are ready to lower the tank assembly,
remove the bed support from the cylinder and
insert it into the brackets on the back of the
ROPS panel.
Important: Do not try to lower the tank
assembly with the bed safety support on the
cylinder.
2.
Retract the lift cylinders to carefully lower the
tank to the frame.
3.
Install the 2 hold down bolts and fasteners to
secure the tank assembly.
4.
Fold the boom extensions rearward to the
extended position.
5.
Use the boom-control switches to raise the
boom extensions to the TRANSPORT position.
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2. Grease fitting
2.
Wipe the 2 remote grease fittings clean.
3.
Pump grease into each remote grease fitting.
4.
Wipe off the excess grease.
Greasing the Boom Hinges
Spray System
Maintenance
Service Interval: Every 100 hours
Important: If you wash the boom hinge with
water, clear all water and debris from the hinge
assembly and apply fresh grease.
Inspecting the Hoses
Grease Type: No. 2 lithium grease
Service Interval: Every 200 hours
1.
2.
Every 400 hours/Yearly (whichever comes first)
Wipe the grease fittings clean so that foreign
matter cannot be forced into the bearing or
bushing.
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 hoses and fittings if they are damaged.
Pump grease into the bearing or bushing at
each fitting Figure 103.
Changing the Suction Filter
Service Interval: Every 400 hours
Note: Determine the appropriate suction filter mesh
size that you need for your job; refer to Selecting a
Suction Filter (page 50).
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
104).
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Figure 103
Right boom
1. Grease fitting
3.
Wipe off excess grease.
4.
Repeat this procedure for each boom pivot.
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Figure 104
1. Suction hose
2. Retainer
3.
Remove the hose and hose fitting from the filter
housing (Figure 104).
4.
Remove the old suction filter from the filter
housing in the tank (Figure 105).
Note: Discard the old filter.
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Figure 105
1. Screen vane
5.
2. Suction filter
Install the new suction filter into the filter housing.
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Figure 106
Note: Ensure that the filter is fully seated.
6.
1. Filter head
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.
4. Gasket (drain plug)
2. Gasket (bowl)
5. Drain cap
3. Filter element
6. Bowl
3.
Changing the Pressure
Filter
Rotate the drain cap counterclockwise and
remove it from the bowl of the pressure filter
(Figure 106).
Note: Allow the bowl to drain completely.
Service Interval: Every 400 hours
4.
Note: Determine the appropriate pressure filter mesh
size that you need for your job; refer to Selecting a
Pressure Filter (page 51).
Rotate the bowl counterclockwise and remove
the filter head (Figure 106).
5.
Remove the old pressure filter element (Figure
106).
1.
2.
Note: Discard the old filter.
Park the machine on a level surface, engage the
parking brake, shut off the sprayer pump, shut
off the engine, and remove the key.
6.
Align a drain pan under the pressure filter
(Figure 106).
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 106).
Note: Replace any damaged or worn gaskets
for the plug, bowl, or both.
7.
Install the new pressure filter element into the
filter head (Figure 106).
Note: Ensure that the filter element is firmly
seated into the filter head.
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8.
Install the bowl onto the filter head, and tighten
by hand (Figure 106).
9.
Assemble the drain cap onto the fitting at the
bottom of the bowl, and tighten the cap by hand
(Figure 106).
Changing the Nozzle Filter
Inspecting the Sprayer
Pump
Note: Determine the appropriate nozzle filter mesh
size that you need for your job; refer to Selecting a
Nozzle-Tip Filter (Optional) (page 52).
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
107).
Service Interval: Every 400 hours/Yearly (whichever
comes first)—Inspect the pump
diaphragm 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
unless found defective and are not covered by the
Warranty associated with this machine.
Have an authorized Toro distributor check the
following internal pump components for damage:
• Pump diaphragm
• Pump check valve assemblies
Replace any components if necessary.
Inspecting the Nylon Pivot
Bushings
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Service Interval: Every 400 hours/Yearly (whichever
comes first)
Figure 107
1. Spray turret
3. Nozzle
2. Nozzle filter
3.
Remove the old nozzle filter (Figure 107).
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.
Extend the outer-boom sections to the spray
position and support the boom sections using
stands or straps and lifting equipment.
3.
Remove the bolt and nut that secure the pivot
pin, and remove the pin (Figure 108).
Note: Discard the old filter.
4.
Install the new nozzle filter (Figure 107).
Note: Ensure that the filter is fully seated.
5.
Install the nozzle onto the spray turret (Figure
107).
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Figure 109
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Figure 108
1. Nylon bushings
1. Actuator
2. Actuator rod
3. Boom-pivot pin housing
4. End channel (center
frame)
2. Pivot bracket
5. Flange bolt
3. Flange locknut
6. Pivot pin
4.
Remove the boom and pivot bracket assembly
from the end channel of the center frame to
access the nylon bushings.
5.
Remove and inspect the nylon bushings from
the front and back sides of the pivot bracket
(Figure 108).
3.
4.
5.
4. Cotter
5. Pin
Lift up on the boom and remove the pin (Figure
109), and slowly lower the boom to the ground.
Inspect the pin for any damage, and replace it
if necessary.
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 110).
Note: Replace any worn or damaged bushings.
6.
Lubricate the nylon bushings with a small
amount of oil and install the bushings into pivot
bracket (Figure 108).
7.
Align the holes in the pivot bracket with the holes
in the end channel (Figure 108).
8.
Install the pivot pin and secure it with the flange
bolt and flange locknut removed in step 3.
9.
Repeat steps 2 through 8 for the other
outer-boom section.
Adjusting the Booms to
Level
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Figure 110
The following procedure can be used to adjust the
actuators on the center boom to keep the left and
right booms at level.
1.
Extend the booms to the spray position.
2.
Remove the cotter pin from the pivot pin (Figure
109).
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
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6.
Cleaning
Turn the eyelet rod in the actuator rod to shorten
or lengthen the extended actuator to the desired
position (Figure 110).
Cleaning the Flow meter
Note: You must turn the eyelet rod in half or
complete revolutions so that you can assemble
the rod to the boom.
7.
Service Interval: Every 200 hours/Yearly (whichever
comes first) (more often when using
wettable powders).
Once the desired position has been achieved,
tighten the jam nut to secure the actuator and
eyelet rod.
1.
Thoroughly rinse and drain the entire spraying
system.
8.
Raise the boom to align the pivot with the
actuator rod.
2.
9.
While holding the boom, insert the pin through
both boom pivot and actuator rod (Figure 109).
Remove the flow meter from the sprayer and
flush it with clean water.
3.
Remove the retainer ring on the upstream side
(Figure 111).
10.
With the pin in place, release the boom and
secure the pin with the cotter previously
removed.
11.
Repeat the procedure for each actuator rod
bearing, if necessary.
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Figure 111
1. Flange (flow-meter body)
7. Upstream hub and bearing
(with keyway up)
2. Downstream hub (with
keyway up)
8. Turbine stud
3. Retaining ring
9. Wire-harness clamp
4. Down stream arrow
(flow-meter body)
10. Flange-head screw
5. Upstream
11. Sensor assembly
6. Rotor/magnet
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
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 electrical connector
of the sprayer harness.
3.
• To clean the rate control valve, refer to the
following sections:
1.
Removing the Valve Actuator (page 78)
2.
Removing the Rate Control Manifold Valve
(page 79)
3.
Cleaning the Manifold Valve (page 83)
4.
Assembling the Manifold Valve (page 84)
Remove the retainer that secures the a actuator
to the manifold valve for the rate control,
agitation, master section, or section valve
(Figure 112).
5.
Installing the Rate Control Manifold Valve
(page 85)
Note: Squeeze the 2 legs of the retainer
together while pushing it down.
6.
Installing the Valve Actuator (page 88)
Note: Retain the actuator and retainer for
installation in Installing the Valve Actuator (page
88).
• To clean the agitation valve; refer to the following
sections:
1.
Removing the Valve Actuator (page 78)
2.
Removing the Agitation Manifold Valve
(page 80)
3.
Cleaning the Manifold Valve (page 83)
4.
Assembling the Manifold Valve (page 84)
5.
Installing the Agitation Manifold Valve (page
85)
6.
Installing the Valve Actuator (page 88)
• To clean the master-boom valve, refer to the
following sections:
1.
Removing the Valve Actuator (page 78)
2.
Removing the Master Boom Manifold Valve
(page 81)
3.
Cleaning the Manifold Valve (page 83)
4.
Assembling the Manifold Valve (page 84)
5.
Installing the Master Boom Manifold Valve
(page 86)
6.
Installing the Valve Actuator (page 88)
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Figure 112
Section-Valve Actuator Shown (the agitation-valve actuator
is similar)
1. Valve actuator (section
valve shown)
2. Retainer
• To clean the 3 section valves; refer to the following
4.
sections:
1.
Removing the Valve Actuator (page 78)
2.
Removing the Section Manifold Valve (page
82)
3.
Cleaning the Manifold Valve (page 83)
4.
Assembling the Manifold Valve (page 84)
5.
Installing the Section Manifold Valve (page
87)
6.
Installing the Valve Actuator (page 88)
3. Stem port
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Remove the actuator from the manifold valve.
Removing the Rate Control
Manifold Valve
1.
Remove 2 flange clamps and 2 gaskets that
secure the manifold for the rate control valve
(Figure 113) to the pressure filter and agitation
valve.
Note: Retain the flange clamps and gaskets
for installation in Installing the Rate Control
Manifold Valve (page 85).
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Figure 114
1. Flange-head bolt (1/4 x
3/4 inch)
4. Retainer
2. Valve mount
5. Socket (outlet fitting)
3. Flange locknut (1/4 inch)
6. Coupling (manifold—rate
control valve)
3.
1. Flange (pressure filter
head)
4. Flange clamp
Remove the 2 flange-head bolts (1/4 x 3/4 inch)
and 2 flange locknuts (1/4 inch) that secure
the rate control valve to the valve mount and
remove the valve manifold from the machine
(Figure 114).
2. Manifold (rate control
valve)
5. Gasket
Note: If necessary, loosen the mounting
3. Flange (agitation valve)
6. 3-pin connector (valve
actuator—rate control
valve)
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Figure 113
2.
hardware for the pressure filter head to ease
removal of the rate control valve.
Note: Retain the flange-head bolts, flange
locknuts, and retainer for installation in Installing
the Rate Control Manifold Valve (page 85).
Remove the retainer that secure the outlet fitting
to the manifold coupling for the rate control valve
(Figure 114).
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Removing the Agitation Manifold
Valve
1.
Remove 3 flange clamps and 3 gaskets that
secure the manifold for the agitation valve
(Figure 115) to the agitation bypass valve, rate
control valve, and master-boom valve.
Note: Retain the flange clamps and gaskets for
installation in Installing the Agitation Manifold
Valve (page 85).
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Figure 116
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1. Flange-head bolt (1/4 x
3/4 inch)
5. Retainer
2. Manifold valve (agitation
valve)
6. Quick-disconnect fitting
(socket)
3. Valve mount
7. Quick-disconnect fitting
(coupling)
Figure 115
4. Flange locknut (1/4 inch)
1. Flange (pressure filter
head)
5. Gasket
2. Manifold (agitation valve)
6. 3-pin connector (valve
actuator—agitation valve)
3. Flange (bypass
valve—agitation valve)
7. Flange (master-boom
valve)
3.
4. Flange clamp
2.
Remove the flange-head bolt (1/4 x 3/4 inch) and
flange locknut (1/4 inch) that secure the agitation
valve to the valve mount and remove the valve
manifold from the machine (Figure 116).
Note: Retain the flange head bolt, flange
locknut, and retainer for installation in Installing
the Agitation Manifold Valve (page 85).
Remove the retainer that secure the
quick-disconnect socket to the manifold
quick-disconnect coupling for the agitation valve
(Figure 116).
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Removing the Master Boom
Manifold Valve
1.
Remove flange clamps and gaskets that secure
the manifold for the master-boom valve (Figure
117) to the master-boom bypass valve, agitation
valve, and 90° flanged elbow (at the end of the
hose for the flow meter).
Note: Retain the flange clamps and gaskets
for installation in Installing the Master Boom
Manifold Valve (page 86).
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Figure 118
1. Manifold (master-boom
valve)
4. Flange-head bolt (1/4 x
3/4 inch)
2. Valve mount
3. Flange locknut (1/4 inch)
5. Retainer
6. Socket (90° outlet fitting)
3.
Note: Retain the flange-head bolt, flange
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locknut, and retainer for installation in Installing
the Master Boom Manifold Valve (page 86).
Figure 117
1. Flange (agitation-valve)
4. Flange clamp
2. Flange
(bypass—master-boom
valve)
5. Gasket
3. Manifold (master-boom
valve)
6. 3-pin connector (valve
actuator—master-boom
valve)
2.
Remove the flange-head bolt (1/4 x 3/4 inch)
and flange locknut (1/4 inch) that secure the
master-boom valve to the valve mount and
remove the valve manifold from the machine
(Figure 118).
Remove the retainer that secure the 90°
outlet fitting to the manifold coupling for the
master-boom valve (Figure 118).
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Removing the Section Manifold
Valve
1.
Remove clamps and gaskets that secure the
manifold for the section valve (Figure 119) to the
adjacent section valve (if left section valve, and
the reducer coupling).
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Figure 120
1. Retainer
3. Socket (outlet fitting)
2. Socket (bypass fitting)
4. Manifold valve assembly
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Figure 119
1. Flange (reducer coupling)
4. Gasket
2. Manifold (section valve)
5. Flange clamp
3.
3. Flange (adjacent section
valve)
2.
Remove the retainers that secure the outlet
fitting to the section valve manifold and the valve
manifold to the bypass fitting (Figure 120).
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For the left or right boom 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 121).
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Figure 123
Agitation Valve Manifold
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Figure 121
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 122B).
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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 122
2. Valve closed
Remove the 2 end-cap-fitting assemblies from
each end of the manifold body (Figure 123 and
Figure 124).
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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 123 and Figure 124).
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 123 and
Figure 124).
3.
Install the valve stem and seat into the manifold
and secure the stem and seat with the stem
retainer (Figure 123 and Figure 124).
4.
Ensure that the back seating O-ring and the ball
seat are aligned and seated into the end-cap
fitting (Figure 123 and Figure 124)
5.
Install the end-cap fitting assembly onto the
manifold body until the flange of the end-cap
fitting touches the manifold body (Figure 123
and Figure 124), then turn the end-cap fitting an
additional 1/8 to 1/4 turn.
Figure 124
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 125).
drive slot. If the valve stem does not fit, adjust
the position of the ball (Figure 125).
12. Coupling assembly
(manifold)
Turn the valve stem so that the ball is in the
open position (Figure 122A).
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 123 and Figure
124).
5.
Remove the stem retainer and valve stem seat
from the manifold (Figure 123 and Figure 124).
6.
Reach into the manifold body and remove the
valve-stem assembly (Figure 123 and Figure
124).
7.
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Figure 125
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 122B)
8.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 for the other end-cap
fitting assembly.
Installing the Rate Control
Manifold Valve
1.
4.
Align a gasket between the flanges of the rate
control valve manifold and the pressure filter
head (Figure 126A).
5.
Note: If needed, loosen the mounting hardware
for the pressure filter head as needed to provide
clearance.
6.
7.
8.
Assemble the rate control valve manifold,
gasket, and agitation-valve manifold with a
flange clamp and tighten by hand (Figure 126A).
Assemble the rate control valve to the valve
mount with the 2 flanged-head bolts and 2
flanged locknuts (Figure 126A) that you removed
in step 3 of Removing the Rate Control Manifold
Valve (page 79) and torque the nut and bolt to
10 to 12 N∙m (90 to 110 in-lb).
Assemble the outlet fitting onto the coupling
fitting at the bottom of the manifold for the rate
control valve (Figure 126B).
Secure the outlet fitting coupling fitting by
inserting a retainer into the socket of the outlet
fitting (Figure 126B).
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).
Installing the Agitation Manifold
Valve
1.
Align the flange of the agitation-valve manifold,
a gasket, and the flange of the agitation bypass
valve (Figure 127).
Note: If needed, loosen the mounting hardware
for the master-boom valve as needed to provide
clearance.
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Figure 126
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)
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Figure 127
2.
3.
Assemble the rate control valve manifold,
gasket, and pressure filter head with a flange
clamp and tighten by hand (Figure 126A).
Align a gasket between the flanges of the rate
control valve and the agitation-valve manifold
(Figure 126A).
1. Flanged-head bolt (1/4 x
3/4 inch)
5. Flange clamp
2. Gasket
3. Manifold (agitation valve)
6. Valve mount
7. 3-pin connector (valve
actuator—agitation valve)
4. Flanged locknut (1/4 inch)
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2.
Assemble the agitation bypass valve, gasket,
and agitation-valve manifold with a flange clamp
and tighten by hand (Figure 128).
3.
Align a gasket between the flanges of the rate
control valve and the agitation-valve manifold
(Figure 128A).
Installing the Master Boom
Manifold Valve
1.
Align the flange of the master-boom-valve
manifold, a gasket, and the flange of the
master-boom bypass valve (Figure 129).
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Figure 128
1. Flange (rate control valve)
5. Coupling (manifold-valve)
2. Flange (master-boom
valve)
6. Socket (outlet fitting)
3. Flange clamp
7. Retainer
4. Gasket
4.
5.
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Assemble the rate control valve, gasket, and
agitation-valve manifold with a flange clamp and
tighten by hand (Figure 128A)
Figure 129
Align a gasket between the flanges of the
agitation-valve manifold and the master-boom
valve (Figure 128A)
1. Flange (agitation valve)
4. Flange clamp
2. Flange
(bypass—master-boom
valve)
5. Gasket
3. Manifold (master-boom
valve)
6. 3-pin connector (valve
actuator—master-boom
valve)
6.
Assemble the agitation-valve manifold, gasket,
and master-boom valve with a flange clamp and
tighten by hand (Figure 128A)
7.
Assemble the outlet fitting onto the coupling
fitting at the at the bottom of the manifold for the
agitation valve (Figure 128B)
2.
Assemble the master-boom valve manifold,
gasket, and master-boom bypass valve with a
flange clamp tightened hand tight (Figure 129).
8.
Secure the outlet fitting to the coupling fitting by
inserting a retainer into the socket of the outlet
fitting (Figure 128B)
3.
Align the flange of the master-boom-valve
manifold, a gasket, and the agitation-valve
manifold (Figure 129).
9.
Assemble the agitation valve to the valve mount
with the flanged-head bolt and flanged locknut
(Figure 127) that you removed in step 3 of
Removing the Agitation Manifold Valve (page
80) and torque the nut and bolt to 10 to 12 N∙m
(90 to 110 in-lb).
4.
Assemble the master-boom-valve manifold,
gasket, and agitation-valve manifold with a
flange clamp and tighten by hand (Figure 129)
5.
Align the socket of the 90° outlet fitting onto
the coupling fitting at the at the bottom of the
manifold for the master-boom valve (Figure
130).
10.
If you loosened the mounting hardware for the
master-boom valve, tighten the nut and bolt to
10 to 12 N∙m (90 to 110 in-lb).
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Installing the Section Manifold
Valve
1.
Insert the upper end-cap fitting of the manifold
valve into the bypass fitting (Figure 131A).
Note: If needed, loosen the mounting hardware
for the bypass fitting to provide clearance.
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Figure 130
1. Manifold (master-boom
valve)
4. Flanged-head bolt (1/4 x
3/4 inch)
2. Valve mount
3. Flanged locknut (1/4 inch)
5. Retainer
6. Socket (90° outlet fitting)
6.
7.
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Figure 131
Secure the outlet fitting coupling fitting by
inserting a retainer into the socket of the outlet
fitting (Figure 130).
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)
Assemble the agitation valve to the valve mount
with the flanged-head bolt and flanged locknut
(Figure 129) that you removed in step 3 of
Removing the Master Boom Manifold Valve
(page 81) and torque the nut and bolt to 10 to 12
N∙m (90 to 110 in-lb).
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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 131A).
3.
Assemble the outlet fitting onto the lower
end-cap fitting of the manifold valve (Figure
131A).
4.
Secure the end-cap fitting to the outlet fitting by
inserting a retainer into the socket of the outlet
fitting (Figure 131A).
5.
Align a gasket between the flanges of the
reducer coupling and the section valve manifold
(Figure 131B).
6.
Assemble the reducer coupling, gasket, and
section valve manifold with a clamp and tighten
by hand (Figure 131B).
7.
If installing the 2 left most section valves, align
a gasket between the flanges of the 2 adjacent
section valve manifolds (Figure 131B).
8.
Assemble the 2 adjacent section valve manifolds
and gasket with a clamp and tighten by hand
(Figure 131B).
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 82) and torque the nuts
and bolts to 10 to 12 N∙m (90 to 110 in-lb).
1.
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).
Note: For HD- and HDX-Series Workman
models with a manual transmission, disengage
the PTO.
2.
Installing the Valve Actuator
1.
Align the actuator to the manifold valve and
(Figure 112).
2.
Secure the actuator and valve with the retainer
that you removed in step 3 of Removing the
Valve Actuator (page 78).
3.
Connect the 3-pin connector of the valve-actuator
harness to the 3-socket connector of the wire
harness of the sprayer.
Park the machine on a level surface; engage
the parking brake; shut off the spray pump and
the engine; remove the key; and wait for all
movement to stop before leaving the machine.
Clean dirt and grime from the entire machine,
including the outside of the cylinder-head fins of
the engine 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.
4.
Condition the sprayer system as follows:
A.
Drain the freshwater tank.
B.
Drain the spray system as completely as
possible.
C.
Prepare rust inhibiting, non-alcohol based,
RV antifreeze solution per the solution
manufacturer's instructions.
D.
Add the RV antifreeze solution to the
freshwater tank and the sprayer tank.
E.
Run the sprayer pump for a few minutes
to circulate the RV antifreeze throughout
the sprayer system and any installed spray
accessories; refer to Sprayer Pump (page
38).
F.
Drain the freshwater tank and spray system
as completely as possible.
Use the boom-lift switches to raise the booms.
Raise the booms until have moved completely
into boom transport cradle forming the “X”
transport position and the boom cylinders are
fully retracted.
Note: Make sure that the boom cylinders are
fully retracted to prevent actuator rod damage.
5.
Perform the following maintenance steps for
short-term or long-term storage:
• Short-term storage (less than 30 days),
clean the sprayer system; refer to Cleaning
the Sprayer (page 64).
• Long-term storage (longer then 30 days),
perform the following:
A.
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Clean the sprayer valves; refer to
Cleaning the Sprayer Valves (page 78).
B.
Grease the sprayer; refer to Lubrication
(page 72).
C.
Check and tighten all bolts, nuts, and
screws.
Installing the Control Console to the Machine
(page 19).
5.
Disconnect the terminals of the wires that
connect the fuse block for the sprayer with the
fuse block of the machine; refer to 11 Installing
the Sprayer Fuse Block (page 20).
6.
Separate the fuse block for the sprayer from the
fuse block for the machine; refer to 11 Installing
the Sprayer Fuse Block (page 20).
7.
Remove the console from the console-mounting
bracket at the dash of the machine and align the
pivot pin on the control console with the storage
bracket at the front tank strap (Figure 132); refer
to Installing the Control Console to the Machine
(page 19).
Note: Repair or replace any parts that
are worn or damaged.
D.
Check the condition of all spray hoses.
Note: Replace any hoses that are worn
or damaged.
E.
Tighten all hose fittings.
F.
Paint all scratched or bare metal
surfaces with paint is available from your
authorized Toro distributor.
G.
Store the machine in a clean, dry garage
or storage area.
H.
Remove the key from the starter switch
and put the key in a safe place out of the
reach of children.
I.
Cover the machine to protect it and keep
it clean.
Removing the Sprayer and
Tank Skid
Lifting equipment capacity: 408 kg (900 lb)
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Figure 132
DANGER
1. Control console
The sprayer tank assembly presents a stored
energy hazard. If not properly retained when
installing or removing the assembly it can
move or fall and injure you or bystanders.
2. Storage bracket (front
sprayer-tank strap)
8.
Use straps and an overhead lift to support
the sprayer tank assembly during installation,
removal, or any maintenance whenever you
remove the retaining fasteners.
Preparing the Center Console
1.
Disconnect the battery cables from the battery;
refer to 6 Disconnecting the Battery (page 16).
2.
Separate the fuse block of the sprayer from the
fuse block of the machine and disconnect the
wiring between the 2 fuse blocks; refer to 11
Installing the Sprayer Fuse Block (page 20).
3.
Remove the wire harness from J-clips; refer
to Routing the Rear Electrical Harness for the
Sprayer to the Control Console (page 19).
4.
Loosen the hand knob that is located below
the console and remove the hairpin; refer to
3. Hairpin
89
Assemble the console to the bracket and secure
the pivot pin to the bracket with the hairpin
(Figure 132).
Installing the Jackstands
Lifting equipment capacity: 408 kg (900 lb)
1.
Align the front jackstand with the jackstand
receiver at the front of the tank (Figure 133).
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Figure 133
1. Clevis pin (1/2 x 3 inches)
4. Hairpin (5/32 x 2-5/8
inches)
2. Jackstand receiver
5. Front jackstand
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Figure 134
3. Lock knob
2.
3.
Insert the jackstand into the receiver until the
middle hole in the horizontal jackstand tube is
aligned with the hole in the top of the receiver
(Figure 133).
Insert the clevis pin (1/2 x 3 inches) into the
holes in the jackstand and receiver and secure
the clevis pin with a hairpin (5/32 x 2-5/8 inches).
4.
Thread a lock knob into the receiver and tighten
the knob by hand (Figure 133).
5.
Align the rear jackstand with the rear jackstand
receiver (Figure 134).
90
1. Hairpin (5/32 x 2-5/8
inches)
3. Jackstand receiver
2. Clevis pin (1/2 x 4-1/2
inches)
4. Rear jackstand
6.
Align the hole in the top of the jackstand with the
hole in the frame of the tank skid (Figure 134)
7.
Secure the jackstand to the receiver and the
frame with 2 clevis pins (1/2 x 4-1/2 inches) and
2 hairpins (5/32 x 2-5/8 inches) as shown in
Figure 134.
8.
Repeat steps 1 through 7 for the front and rear
jackstands at the other side of the tank skid.
Removing the Sprayer Skid
1.
pins securing the lift cylinders to the tank
assembly.
Lower the booms to approximately 45° and then
pivot them forward (Figure 135).
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Figure 135
2.
3.
Remove the 2 bolts (1/2 x 1-1/2 inches) and
2 locknuts (1/2 inch) that secure the hold
down bracket of the tank skid assembly to the
bed bracket on the frame at each side of the
machine; refer to 13 Lowering the Tank Skid
(page 25).
Raise the tank skid with the lift cylinders, install
the cylinder lock, and perform the following:
Note: Refer to Raising the Tank Assembly
4.
5.
6.
(page 71).
• For HD- and HDX-Series Workman models
with a manual transmission, disconnect the
PTO shaft from the transaxle PTO; refer
to the installation instructions for the Multi
Pro WM Turf Sprayer Finishing Kit, Manual
Workman Utility Vehicle.
• For HDX Workman with a automatic
transmission, disconnect the hoses at the
high-flow hydraulic panel and cap the fittings;
refer to the installation instructions for the
Multi Pro WM Turf Sprayer Finishing Kit,
Automatic Workman Utility Vehicle.
• Disconnect the speed sensor wiring;
refer to Connecting the Speed Sensor
Harness (HD-Series Models with a Manual
Transmission) (page 17) and Connecting the
Speed Sensor Harness (HDX-Auto Model)
(page 17).
Remove the cylinder lock and lower the tank
skid with the lift cylinders; refer to Lowering the
Tank Assembly (page 72).
Attach the lifting equipment to the horizontal
tubes of the forward jackstands and the vertical
post of the rear jackstands (Figure 135).
Lift the tank assembly 7.5 to 10 cm (3 to 4
inches), and remove the lynch pins and clevis
91
7.
Lift the tank skid from the machine high enough
to clear the skid from the machine (Figure 135).
8.
Carefully move the vehicle forward and away
from the tank skid.
9.
Slowly lower the skid tank to the ground.
Troubleshooting
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 boom.
1. The boom bypass valve is improperly
adjusted.
1. Adjust the boom bypass valve.
2. There is an obstruction in the boom
valve body.
2. Remove the inlet and outlet
connections to the boom valve
and remove any obstructions.
3. Remove and inspect all nozzles.
3. A nozzle filter is damaged or clogged.
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Schematics
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Flow Diagram, Sprayer System (Rev. B)
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The Toro Warranty
A Two-Year Limited Warranty
Conditions and Products Covered
The Toro Company and its affiliate, Toro Warranty Company, pursuant
to an agreement between them, jointly warrant your Toro Commercial
product (“Product”) to be free from defects in materials or workmanship
for two years or 1500 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
Toro Warranty Company
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. Failure to perform required
maintenance and adjustments can be grounds for disallowing a warranty
claim.
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. A separate warranty may be
provided by the manufacturer of these items.
•
Product failures which result from failure to perform recommended
maintenance and/or adjustments. Failure to properly maintain your
Toro product per the Recommended Maintenance listed in the
Operator’s Manual can result in claims for warranty being denied.
•
Product failures which result from operating the Product in an abusive,
negligent, or reckless manner.
•
Parts subject to consumption through use unless found to be defective.
Examples of parts which are consumed, or used up, during normal
Product operation include, but are not limited to, 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, and check valves, etc.
•
Failures caused by outside influence. Conditions considered to be
outside influence include, but are not limited to, weather, storage
practices, contamination, use of unapproved fuels, coolants, lubricants,
additives, fertilizers, water, or chemicals, etc.
•
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, etc.
Parts
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. Battery replacement may be
required during the normal product warranty period at owner’s expense.
Note: (Lithium-Ion battery only): A Lithium-Ion battery has a part only
prorated warranty beginning year 3 through year 5 based on the time
in service and kilowatt hours used. Refer to the Operator's Manual for
additional information.
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.
Neither The Toro Company nor Toro Warranty Company is liable for
indirect, incidental or consequential damages in connection with the
use of the Toro Products covered by this warranty, including any
cost or expense of providing substitute equipment or service during
reasonable periods of malfunction or non-use pending completion
of repairs under this warranty. 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 engine 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 for details
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 the Toro importer.
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