Toro 24in Stand-On Aerator User manual

Toro 24in Stand-On Aerator User manual
Form No. 3433-525 Rev A
24in Stand-On Aerator
Model No. 29516—Serial No. 404320000 and Up
Register at www.Toro.com.
Original Instructions (EN)
*3433-525* A
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.
This product complies with all relevant European
directives; for details, 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.
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.
The enclosed engine owner's manual is supplied
for information regarding the US Environmental
Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Emission
Control Regulation of emission systems, maintenance,
and warranty. Replacements may be ordered through
the engine manufacturer.
WARNING
CALIFORNIA
Proposition 65 Warning
The engine exhaust from this product
contains chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth defects,
or other reproductive harm.
Battery posts, terminals, and related
accessories contain lead and lead
compounds, chemicals known to
the State of California to cause
cancer and reproductive harm. Wash
hands after handling.
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Figure 1
1. Location of the model and serial numbers
Model No.
Serial No.
This manual identifies potential hazards and has
safety messages identified by the safety-alert symbol
(Figure 2), which signals a hazard that may cause
serious injury or death if you do not follow the
recommended precautions.
Introduction
This aerator is intended for use by trained operators
in residential and commercial applications. The
machine is primarily designed for aerating areas of
well-maintained lawns on residential grounds, parks,
sports fields, and on commercial grounds. Using this
product for purposes other than its intended use could
prove dangerous to you and bystanders.
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Figure 2
1. Safety-alert symbol
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.
This manual uses 2 words to highlight information.
Important calls attention to special mechanical
information and Note emphasizes general information
worthy of special attention.
Visit www.bossplow.com for product safety and
operation training materials, accessory information,
help finding a dealer, or to register your product.
Whenever you need service, genuine Toro parts, or
additional information, contact an Authorized Service
© 2019—BOSS Products
P.O. Box 787
Iron Mountain, MI 49801
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Contents
Electrical System Maintenance ........................... 35
Checking the Safety Interlock ........................... 35
Jump Starting a Discharged Battery.................. 35
Servicing the Battery......................................... 37
Drive System Maintenance .................................. 38
Checking the Drive Tire Air Pressure................. 38
Checking the Wheel Hub Bolts.......................... 38
Checking the Torque of the Wheel Lug
Nuts .............................................................. 39
Checking the Condition of the Chains ............... 39
Checking the Sprocket Condition...................... 39
Maintaining the Chain ....................................... 39
Checking the Torque of the Transmission
Output Shaft Nut ........................................... 39
Adjusting the Motion Control Linkage................ 39
Adjusting the Motion Control Tracking............... 40
Check Transmission Mount Bolt Torque ............ 40
Brake Maintenance ............................................. 41
Adjusting the Parking Brake.............................. 41
Belt Maintenance ................................................ 41
Checking the Condition and Tension of the
Belts.............................................................. 41
Adjusting the Auxiliary Pump Drive
Belt................................................................ 41
Checking the Transmission Drive Belt
Tension ......................................................... 42
Hydraulic System Maintenance ........................... 42
Auxiliary Hydraulic Fluid Specification .............. 42
Checking the Auxiliary Hydraulic Fluid
Level ............................................................. 42
Changing the Auxiliary Hydraulic Reservoir
Fluid and Filter .............................................. 43
Transmission Fluid Specification ...................... 44
Checking the Transmission Fluid Level ............. 44
Changing the Hydraulic Transmission Filters
and Fluid ....................................................... 45
Operator Weight Adjustment ................................ 47
Weight Adjustment Overview............................ 47
Assembling the Weight Control Knob................ 47
Adjusting the Operator Weight Control
Valve ............................................................. 47
Removing the Weight Control Knob .................. 48
Tine Maintenance................................................. 48
Checking the Tines ........................................... 48
Adjusting the Tine Drive Chain .......................... 49
Adjusting the Return-to-Up Spring .................... 49
Chassis Maintenance........................................... 50
Check for Loose Hardware ............................... 50
Cleaning .............................................................. 50
Washing the Machine ....................................... 50
Cleaning the Engine and the Exhaust
System Area ................................................. 50
Removing the Engine Shrouds and Cleaning
the Cooling Fins ............................................ 50
Cleaning the Debris from the Machine............... 51
Disposing of Waste........................................... 51
Storage ................................................................... 52
Troubleshooting ...................................................... 53
Safety ....................................................................... 4
Safety Alert Symbol ............................................ 4
General Safety ................................................... 5
Safety and Instructional Decals .......................... 5
Setup ........................................................................ 9
1 Checking Tire Air Pressure .............................. 9
2 Servicing the Engine Oil................................... 9
3 Checking the Battery Charge ........................... 9
4 Checking the Transmission Fluid ................... 10
5 Check the Auxiliary Hydraulic Fluid
Level ............................................................. 10
6 Installing the CE Conversion Kit ..................... 10
Product Overview ....................................................11
Controls ............................................................11
Hour Meter/Tine Engagement Display........... 12
Specifications .................................................. 14
Before Operation ................................................. 14
Before Operation Safety ................................... 14
Adding Fuel ...................................................... 15
Performing Daily Maintenance.......................... 16
Adjusting the Front Reference/Speed
Control Bar.................................................... 16
Positioning the Air-Cleaner Cover for Cold or
Warm Air Temperature .................................. 16
During Operation ................................................. 17
During Operation Safety ................................... 17
Using the Smart Controller/Electronic Depth
Control .......................................................... 19
Opening and Closing the Fuel Shutoff
Valve ............................................................. 21
Starting the Engine ........................................... 21
Lowering the Tines ........................................... 22
Changing the Tine Depth Setting ...................... 22
Locking/Unlocking the Tine Depth
Setting........................................................... 22
Raising the Tines .............................................. 22
Shutting Off the Engine..................................... 22
Driving the Machine .......................................... 23
Drive-Wheel Release Valves ............................ 24
After Operation .................................................... 25
General Safety ................................................. 25
Loading the Machine ........................................ 25
Hauling the Machine ......................................... 25
Maintenance ........................................................... 27
Maintenance Safety Information ....................... 27
Recommended Maintenance Schedule(s) ........... 29
Pre-Maintenance Procedures .............................. 30
Preparing for Maintenance ............................... 30
Lubrication .......................................................... 30
Lubricating the Chains ...................................... 30
Lubricating the Grease Fittings ......................... 31
Engine Maintenance ........................................... 31
Servicing the Air Cleaner .................................. 31
Servicing the Engine Oil.................................... 32
Servicing the Spark Plug................................... 34
Checking the Spark Arrester ............................. 35
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Safety
Alert and Error Messages ................................. 53
Schematics ............................................................. 56
Safety Alert Symbol
This Safety Alert Symbol (Figure 3) is used both in
this manual and on the machine to identify important
safety messages which must be followed to avoid
accidents.
This symbol means: ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT!
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
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Figure 3
Safety Alert Symbol
The safety alert symbol appears above information
which alerts you to unsafe actions or situations and
will be followed by the word DANGER, WARNING, or
CAUTION.
DANGER: Indicates an imminently hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, Will result in death or
serious injury.
WARNING: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, Could result in death or serious
injury.
CAUTION: Indicates a potentially hazardous situation
which, if not avoided, May result in minor or moderate
injury.
This manual uses two other words to highlight
information. Important calls attention to special
mechanical information and Note emphasizes general
information worthy of special attention.
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General Safety
operation, operator controls, and safety signs and
instructions to operate the machine. Never let
children or untrained people operate or service the
equipment. Local regulations may restrict the age
of the operator.
This machine is capable of amputating hands and feet
and of throwing objects. BOSS designs and tests this
machine to offer reasonably safe service; however,
failure to comply with safety instructions may result in
injury or death.
• Do Not operate the machine near drop-offs,
ditches, embankments, water, or other hazards.
• Read, understand, and follow all instructions and
• Do Not put your hands or feet near moving
warnings in the Operator’s Manual and other
training material, on the machine, engine, and
attachments. All operators and mechanics should
be trained. If the operator(s) or mechanic(s) can
not read this manual, it is the owner’s responsibility
to explain this material to them; other languages
may be available on our website.
components of the machine.
• Never operate the machine with damaged guards,
shields, or covers. Always have safety shields,
guards, switches and other devices in place and in
proper working condition.
• Stop the machine, shut off the engine, and remove
• Only allow trained, responsible, and physically
the key before servicing, fueling, or unclogging
the machine.
capable operators that are familiar with the safe
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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115-4212
1. Hydraulic-fluid level
3. Warning—do not touch the
hot surface.
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121-6150
2. Read the Operator's
Manual.
1. Cutting hazard of hand and foot—stay away from moving
parts.
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120-9570
1. Warning—stay away from moving parts; keep all guards
and shields in place.
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121-6161
1. Entanglement hazard, belt—stay away from moving parts;
keep all guards in place.
5
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126-7875
1. Fuse location
4. Auxiliary (15 A)
2. Relay location
5. Start relay
3. Main (20 A)
6. Not used
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121-6163
1. Press to lower the tines.
2. Release to raise the tines.
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133-8062
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135-3685
1. Read and understand the Operator’s Manual before servicing
this machine.
2. Clean and oil the chains and check the chain tension twice
every 8 hours
6. Grease the belt idler pivot every 100 hours
7. Check the tire pressure - 23 psi twice every 50 hours
3. See the engine owner’s manual for service
8. Check the hydraulic oil level twice (Use only recommended
hydraulic fluid) every 50 hours
4. Check the auxiliary pump drive belt tension every 50 hours
9. Check the auxiliary hydraulic tank (Use only AW-32 hydraulic
fluid) every 50 hours
5. Grease the front caster wheel bearings twice every 100 hours 10. Grease the tine shaft bearings 4 times every 25 hours
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135-1854
1. Parking brake
4. Depth setting—lock
2. Tine engagement lockout
switch
5. Read the Operator’s
Manual before performing
maintenance.
3. Tines—down
135-2013
4
10
5
1
7
LB
KG
STOP
2
3
8
6
9
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135-2013
1. Operator weight adjustment
5. Throttle—slow
2. Increase
6. Engine—on
3. Decrease
7. Engine—start
4. Throttle—fast
8. Engine—off
9. Parking brake—engage
10. Parking brake—release
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135-2014
1. Fast
6. Wheels and tines rotate when moving
backward.
2. Slow
7. Warning—read the Operator’s Manual. 12. Warning—shut off the engine, engage
the parking break, and remove the key
before leaving the machine.
3. Neutral
8. Warning—keep bystanders away.
4. Reverse
9. Cutting/dismemberment hazard of foot; 14. Tipping hazard—do not turn sharply
while traveling fast; drive slowly when
Cutting/dismemberment hazard of
turning.
hand—stay away from moving parts;
keep all guards and shields in place.
5. Wheels and tines rotate when moving 10. Warning—all operators should be
forward.
trained before operating the machine.
11. Thrown object hazard—pick up debris
before operating the machine.
13. Tipping hazard—do not operate the
machine near drop-offs.
15. Tipping hazard—when loading onto a
trailer, do not use dual ramps; only use
a singular ramp wide enough for the
machine.
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135-3183
1. Bypass lever position for
pushing the machine.
2. Read the instructions
before servicing or
performing maintenance.
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135-2016
1. Electronic tine depth-decrease
2. Electronic tine depth-increase
3. Press and hold 1 second to turn on—tine ground
engagement foot switch unlock
4. Press and hold 1 second to turn off—tine ground
engagement foot switch lock
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3. Bypass lever position for
operating the machine.
Setup
Loose Parts
Use the chart below to verify that all parts have been shipped.
Procedure
Description
3
4
5
6
Use
Qty.
No parts required
–
Check the battery charge.
No parts required
–
Checking the transmission fluid.
No parts required
–
Check the auxiliary hydraulic fluid level.
CE conversion kit, Part No. 135-7423
(optional kit—sold separately)
1
Install the CE conversion kit.
Media and Additional Parts
Description
Use
Qty.
Operator's Manual
1
Read before operating the machine.
Key
2
Start the machine.
refer to Engine-Oil Specifications (page 32) and
Checking the Engine-Oil Level (page 32).
1
3
Checking Tire Air Pressure
Checking the Battery
Charge
No Parts Required
Procedure
Check the air pressure in the drive tires, and adjust
the pressure as needed; refer to Checking the Drive
Tire Air Pressure (page 38).
No Parts Required
Note: You do not adjust air pressure for the
Procedure
semi-pneumatic caster tires.
The machine is shipped with a filled, lead-acid battery,
Check the charge of the battery and, if necessary,
charge it; refer to Charging the Battery (page 37).
2
Servicing the Engine Oil
No Parts Required
Procedure
The engine is shipped with oil; check the engine-oil
level and, if necessary, add oil to the specified level;
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4
Checking the Transmission
Fluid
No Parts Required
Procedure
The transmission is shipped with transmission fluid.
Check the transmission fluid level and, if necessary,
add fluid to the specified level; refer to Transmission
Fluid Specification (page 44) and Checking the
Transmission Fluid Level (page 44).
5
Check the Auxiliary
Hydraulic Fluid Level
No Parts Required
Procedure
The auxiliary hydraulic reservoir is shipped with
hydraulic fluid. Check the hydraulic reservoir fluid
level and, if necessary, add fluid to the specified level;
refer to Auxiliary Hydraulic Fluid Specification (page
42) and Checking the Auxiliary Hydraulic Fluid Level
(page 42).
6
Installing the CE
Conversion Kit
Parts needed for this procedure:
1
CE conversion kit, Part No. 135-7423 (optional
kit—sold separately)
Procedure
For machines requiring CE compliance, install the
optional CE conversion kit; refer to the CE conversion
kit installation instructions.
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Controls
Product Overview
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Figure 4
1. Platform
2. Parking brake handle
4. Motion-control levers
5. Fuel cap
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3. Engine controls
Figure 5
1. Tine ground engagement
foot switch
6. Hour meter/tine
engagement display
2. Right motion-control lever
7. Throttle
3. Left motion-control lever
4. Front reference bar
8. Choke
9. Parking-brake handle
5. Multi-function switch
10. Ignition switch
Tine Ground Engagement Foot
Switch
Keep your hands and feet away from the
tines. Ensure that the tines area is clear of any
obstructions before lowering it.
The switch is located on the operator platform (Figure
5).
To lower the tines into the ground, stand on the
tine ground engagement switch. To raise the tines,
remove your foot from the switch.
This switch can be locked out (disabled) with the
multi-function switch.
• Tap and hold the bottom of the switch to override
and lock out (disable) the foot switch. The LED
illuminates in the hour meter/tine engagement
display. Use this feature when transporting the
aerator.
• To unlock, tap and hold the top of the multi-function
switch until the LED light disappears.
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Note: The lockout feature is engaged each time the
Aerating Hours
Electronic depth
control setting
indicator for the
tines
Parking brake
indicator
Alert and Error
Messages
Engine Hours
Maintenance
Reminders and
Alerts
Battery voltage
Interlock status
LED Status Light
engine is switched off.
Motion-Control Levers
The motion-control levers are located on each side of
the top console and control the forward and reverse
motion of the machine (Figure 6).
Move the levers forward or backward to control the
drive wheel on the same side forward or reverse
respectively. The wheel speed is proportional to the
amount you move the lever.
Refer to Using the Smart Controller/Electronic Depth
Control (page 19) for more information.
Hour Meter Display
Important: The tines rotate when the
The hour meter (Figure 7) monitors and displays total
engine hours.
motion-control levers are moved out of the
NEUTRAL position.
Note: The engine hours display when the ignition key
is in the OFF position or while the engine is running.
The engine hours do not display while the machine
is aerating.
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Figure 6
1. Left motion-control lever
2. Right motion-control lever
5. Forward
6. Neutral
3. Front reference bar
4. Front of machine
7. Reverse
8. Rear reference bar
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Figure 7
1. LCD Indicators/Information screen
2. Hour display
Multi-Function Switch
3. LED status light
The multi-function switch is located to the left of the
hour meter/tine engagement display (Figure 5).
This switch allows the operator to do the following:
Tine Engagement Display
• increase or decrease the depth of aeration plug
• lock or unlock the tine depth setting
• reset maintenance service reminder screens
The tine engagement display (Figure 8) monitors and
shows the electronic tine depth setting.
Hour Meter/Tine Engagement
Display
Smart Controller/Electronic Depth Control
The hour meter/tine engagement display is located to
the left of the ignition switch on the control console
(Figure 5).
Use the hour meter/tine engagement display to show
the following information generated by the smart
controller/electronic depth control system:
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Note: The brake handle engages a parking brake in
each of the transmissions.
• To engage the parking brake, pull the handle back
toward you.
• To release the parking brake, push the handle all
the way forward away from you.
When parking on a slope, chock or block the wheels
in addition to engaging the parking brake. Tie down
the machine and engage the parking brake when
transporting the machine.
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Ignition Switch
Figure 8
1. LCD Indicators/Information screen
2. Tine depth status bar
The Ignition switch is located on the right side of the
control console (Figure 5).
3. Tine depth setting indicator
Use the Ignition key to start and shut off the engine.
The switch has 3 positions: OFF, ON, and START
(Figure 9).
4. LED status light
LED Status Light
The LED status light is located at the right side of the
hour meter/tine engagement display (Figure 7 and
Figure 8).
The LED is multi-colored to indicate the system status.
Throttle Lever
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Figure 9
The throttle lever (Figure 5) is located on the control
console (red lever).
1. OFF
2. ON
Use the throttle lever to control engine speed. Move
the throttle lever forward to increase engine speed;
moving the throttle lever rearward to decrease the
engine speed.
3. START
Fuel-Shutoff Lever
Note: Move the throttle lever forward into the detent
The fuel-shutoff lever is located under the air cleaner
at the front right side of the engine (Figure 10).
for full throttle.
Choke Control
The choke control (Figure 5) is located on the control
console.
Use the choke control to aid in starting a cold engine.
Pull out the choke control to set the choke to the ON
position; press in the choke lever to reduce the choke.
Note: Pull out the choke control to set the choke to
the ON position.
Note: Do not run a warm engine with the choke in
the ON position.
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Parking-Brake Handle
Figure 10
The parking-brake handle is located on the control
console, to the right of the key switch (Figure 5).
1. Air cleaner
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2. Fuel-shutoff lever
Operation
Use the fuel-shutoff lever to shut off the fuel when you
are not using the machine for a few days, while you
are transporting the machine to and from the jobsite,
or when the machine is parked inside a building.
Before Operation
Drive-Wheel Release Valves
Before Operation Safety
The 2 drive-wheel release valves are located at the
top of the machine above the transaxles (Figure 11).
General Safety
CAUTION
This machine produces sound levels in
excess of 85 dBA at the operator’s ear and
can cause hearing loss through extended
periods of exposure.
Wear hearing protection when operating this
machine.
• Evaluate the terrain to determine what accessories
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and attachments are needed to properly and
safely perform the job. Only use accessories and
attachments approved by BOSS.
Figure 11
• Inspect the area where the equipment is to be
Specifications
Height
129.5 cm (51 inches)
Length
173.2 cm (68.6 inches)
Width
90.2 cm (35.5 inches)
RPM (Full Speed)
3800 ± 100 rpm (no load)
Aeration width
61 cm (24 inches)
Coring range
1.3 to 12.7 cm (0.5 to 5 inches)
Holes per square foot
4.6
Tines
36
Weight
388 kg (856 lb)
used and remove all rocks, toys, sticks, wires,
bones, and other foreign objects. These can
be thrown or interfere with the operation of the
machine and may cause personal injury to the
operator or bystanders.
• Mark and avoid hidden objects such as sprinkler
heads, underground wires/cables, invisible fences,
etc. to prevent damage to these systems when
aerating.
• Wear appropriate personal protective equipment
such as safety glasses, substantial slip-resistant
footwear, and hearing protection. Tie back long
hair and avoid loose clothing and loose jewelry
which may get tangled in moving parts.
A selection of Toro approved attachments and
accessories is available for use with the machine
to enhance and expand its capabilities. Contact
your Authorized Service Dealer or authorized Toro
distributor or go to www.Toro.com for a list of all
approved attachments and accessories.
• Check that the operator presence controls,
safety switches, and shields are attached and
functioning properly. Do Not operate unless they
are functioning properly.
• Do Not operate the machine when people,
especially children, or pets are in the area. Stop
the machine and attachment(s) if anyone enters
the area.
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.
• Do Not operate the machine with damaged guards,
shields, or covers. Always have safety shields,
guards, switches and other devices in place and
in proper working condition. Frequently check for
worn or deteriorating components and replace
them with the manufacturer’s recommended parts
when necessary.
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Fuel Specification
Fuel Safety
• Use extreme care in handling fuel. It is flammable
•
•
•
•
•
•
Petroleum Use unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 87
fuel
or higher ((R+M)/2 rating method).
and its vapors are explosive.
Extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and other
sources of ignition.
Use only an approved fuel container.
Do not remove the fuel cap or fill the fuel tank
while the engine is running or hot.
Do not add or drain the fuel in an enclosed space.
Do not store the machine or fuel container where
there is an open flame, spark, or pilot light, such
as on a water heater or other appliance.
If you spill fuel, do not attempt to start the engine;
avoid creating any source of ignition until the fuel
vapors have dissipated.
Use an unleaded-gasoline blend with up to 10%
ethanol (gasohol) or 15% MTBE (methyl tertiary
butyl ether) by volume is acceptable. Ethanol and
MTBE are not the same.
Ethanol
blended
fuel
Gasoline with 15% ethanol (E15) by volume is
not approved for use. Never use gasoline that
contains more than 10% ethanol by volume, such
as E15 (contains 15% ethanol), E20 (contains
20% ethanol), or E85 (contains up to 85%
ethanol). Using unapproved gasoline may cause
performance problems and/or engine damage
which may not be covered under warranty.
Important: For best results, use only clean, fresh
fuel (less than 30 days old).
• Do not use gasoline containing methanol.
Adding Fuel
• Do not store fuel either in the fuel tank or fuel
containers over the winter unless you use a fuel
stabilizer.
DANGER
• Do not add oil to gasoline.
In certain conditions, fuel is extremely
flammable and highly explosive. A fire or
explosion from fuel can burn you and others
and can damage property.
• Fill the fuel tank outdoors, in an open area,
and when the engine is cold. Wipe up any
fuel that spills.
• Do not fill the fuel tank completely full.
Add fuel to the fuel tank until the level is 6
to 13 mm (1/4 to 1/2 inch) below the bottom
of the filler neck. This empty space in the
tank allows the fuel to expand.
• Never smoke when handling fuel, and stay
away from an open flame or where a spark
may ignite the fuel fumes.
• Store fuel in an approved fuel container
and keep it out of the reach of children.
• Never buy more than a 30-day supply of
fuel.
Using Stabilizer/Conditioner
Use fuel stabilizer/conditioner in the machine at all
times to keep the fuel fresh longer when used as
directed by the fuel-stabilizer manufacturer.
Important: Do not use fuel additives containing
methanol or ethanol.
Add the amount of fuel stabilizer/conditioner to fresh
fuel as directed by the fuel-stabilizer manufacturer.
Fueling the Machine
Fuel-tank capacity: 7 L (1.9 US gallons)
1.
Clean around the fuel-tank cap.
2.
Remove the cap from the tank.
3.
Fill the fuel tank with fuel to within 6 to 13 mm
(1/4 to 1/2 inch) from the top of the tank. Do not
fill into the filler neck.
Important: Do not fill the tank more than
WARNING
6 mm (1/4 inch) from the top of the tank
because the fuel must have room to expand.
Fuel is harmful or fatal if swallowed.
Long-term exposure to vapors can cause
serious injury and illness.
• Avoid prolonged breathing of vapors.
• Keep your face away from the nozzle and
fuel tank or conditioner bottle opening.
• Avoid contact with skin; wash off spills
with soap and water.
4.
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Install the fuel-tank cap and wipe up any spilled
fuel.
Performing Daily
Maintenance
Move the bar backward to obtain the slowest
speed.
4.
Before starting the machine each day, perform each
use/daily maintenance procedures that follow:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
On both sides, tighten the nuts and bolts.
Important: Make sure that the nuts and bolts are
tight, so the front reference/speed control bar
does not move during operation.
Lubricating the Chains (page 30)
Checking the Engine-Oil Level (page 32)
Positioning the Air-Cleaner
Cover for Cold or Warm Air
Temperature
Checking the Safety Interlock (page 35)
Checking the Condition of the Chains (page 39)
Checking the Sprocket Condition (page 39)
Checking the Tines (page 48)
Important: Running the engine with the
Check for Loose Hardware (page 50)
air-cleaner cover positioned for cold-weather
operation in normal conditions can damage the
engine.
Cleaning the Engine and the Exhaust System
Area (page 50)
•
Cleaning the Debris from the Machine (page 51)
The air-cleaner cover has 2 positions: the cold or
normal, ambient air positions:
Adjusting the Front
Reference/Speed Control
Bar
Adjust the air-cleaner cover as follows:
• When operating in a cold ambient air condition
(cold air temperature and humidity)—position the
air-cleaner cover with snowflake decal facing out
(Figure 13).
Adjust the front reference/speed control bar for
desired maximum forward speed.
1.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
and move the motion control levers to the neutral
position.
2.
Loosen the bolts on both sides of the control
tower by loosening the 2 nuts on each side (four
total) of the console (see Figure 12).
Note: Use this position if your machine exhibits
carburetor icing. Symptoms include the engine
runs rough at idle or low speed, and it discharges
black or white smoke in the exhaust.
• When operating in a normal ambient air
condition—position the air-cleaner cover with sun
decal facing out (Figure 13).
Note: Use this position if your machine is not
exhibiting carburetor icing.
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Figure 13
1. Normal ambient air
position
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Figure 12
1. Nuts
3.
2. Front reference/speed
control bar
Move the bar forward to obtain the fastest speed.
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2. Cold ambient air position
During Operation
Determine the left and right sides of the machine from
the normal operating position.
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•
During Operation Safety
•
General Safety
The operator must use their full attention when
operating the machine. Do Not engage in any activity
that causes distractions; otherwise, injury or property
damage may occur.
•
•
WARNING
Operating engine parts, especially the muffler,
become extremely hot. Severe burns can
occur on contact and debris, such as leaves,
grass, brush, etc. can catch fire.
• Allow engine parts, especially the muffler,
to cool before touching.
• Remove accumulated debris from muffler
and engine area.
WARNING
Hands, feet, hair, clothing, or accessories
can become entangled in rotating parts.
Contact with the rotating parts can
cause traumatic amputation or severe
lacerations.
– Do Not operate the machine without
guards, shields, and safety devices in
place and working properly.
– Keep hands, feet, hair, jewelry, or
clothing away from rotating parts.
WARNING
Engine exhaust contains carbon monoxide,
which is an odorless deadly poison that can
kill you.
• Be aware of the discharge path and direct
Do Not run engine indoors or in a small
confined area where dangerous carbon
monoxide fumes can collect.
• The owner/user can prevent and is responsible
•
•
•
•
•
•
Uneven terrain could overturn the machine or
cause the operator to lose their balance or footing.
Be sure all drives are in neutral and parking brake
is engaged before starting engine.
Start the engine carefully according to instructions
with feet well away from the tines.
Never operate the machine with damaged guards,
shields, or covers. Always have safety shields,
guards, switches and other devices in place and in
proper working condition.
Keep clear of the tines at all times.
Keep hands and feet away from moving parts.
If possible, Do Not make adjustments with the
engine running.
for accidents or injuries occurring to himself or
herself, other people or property.
This machine was designed for one operator only.
Do not carry passengers and keep all others away
from machine during operation.
Do Not operate the machine under the influence
of alcohol or drugs.
Operate only in daylight or good artificial light.
Lightning can cause severe injury or death. If
lightning is seen or thunder is heard in the area,
Do Not operate the machine; seek shelter.
Use extra care while operating with accessories or
attachments. These can change the stability of
the machine and cause a loss of control. Follow
directions for counter weights if required.
Keep away from holes, ruts, bumps, rocks, and
other hidden hazards. Use care when approaching
blind corners, shrubs, trees, tall grass or other
objects that may hide obstacles or obscure vision.
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discharge away from others. Avoid discharging
material against a wall or obstruction as the
material may ricochet back toward the operator.
Raise the tines, slow down, and use caution when
crossing surfaces other than grass and when
transporting the machine to and from the work
area.
Be alert, slow down and use caution when making
turns. Look behind and to the side before changing
directions. Do Not operate in reverse unless
absolutely necessary.
Do Not change the engine governor setting or
overspeed the engine.
Park the machine on level ground. Stop engine,
wait for all moving parts to stop, and remove the
spark plug wire(s).
– Before checking, cleaning or working on the
machine.
– After striking a foreign object or abnormal
vibration occurs (inspect the machine for
damage and make repairs before restarting
and operating the machine).
– Before clearing blockages.
– Whenever you leave the machine. Do Not
leave a running machine unattended.
• Stop engine, wait for all moving parts to stop:
– Before refueling.
• Tragic accidents can occur if the operator is not
alert to the presence of children. Children are
often attracted to the machine and the working
activity. Never assume that children will remain
where you last saw them.
– Keep children out of the working area and
under the watchful care of another responsible
adult, not the operator.
– Be alert and turn the machine off if children
enter the area.
– Before and while backing or changing direction,
look behind, down, and side-to-side for small
children.
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Figure 14
– Never allow children to operate the machine.
1. Safe Zone — Use the machine here
2. Danger Zone - Use a walk behind machine or a hand held
tool near drop offs, ditches, embankments, water or other
hazards.
3. Water
4. W=width of the machine
5. Keep a safe distance (twice the width of the machine)
between the machine and any hazard.
– Do Not carry children, even with the blades
shut off. Children could fall off and be seriously
injured or interfere with the safe operation of
the machine. Children that have been given
rides in the past could suddenly appear in the
working area for another ride and be run over
or backed over by the machine.
Slope Safety
• Avoid starting, stopping or turning the machine on
slopes. Avoid making sudden changes in speed or
direction; turn slowly and gradually.
• Slopes are a major factor related to loss of control
and rollover accidents, which can result in severe
injury or death. The operator is responsible for
safe slope operation. Operating the machine on
any slope requires extra caution. Before using the
machine on a slope, the operator must:
• Do not operate a machine under any conditions
where traction, steering or stability is in question.
Be aware that operating the machine on wet
grass, across slopes or downhill may cause the
machine to lose traction. Loss of traction to the
drive wheels may result in sliding and a loss of
braking and steering. The machine can slide even
if the drive wheels are stopped.
– Review and understand the slope instructions
in the manual and on the machine.
– Evaluate the site conditions of the day to
determine if the slope is safe for machine
operation. Use common sense and good
judgment when performing this evaluation.
Changes in the terrain, such as moisture, can
quickly affect the operation of the machine on
a slope.
• Remove or mark obstacles such as ditches, holes,
ruts, bumps, rocks or other hidden hazards. Tall
grass can hide obstacles. Uneven terrain could
overturn the machine.
• Use extra care while operating with accessories or
attachments. These can change the stability of
the machine and cause a loss of control. Follow
directions for counter weights.
• Operate across slopes, never up and down. Avoid
operation on excessively steep or wet slopes.
• Identify hazards at the base of the slope. Do
• If you lose control of the machine, step off and
not operate the machine near drop offs, ditches,
embankments, water or other hazards. The
machine could suddenly roll over if a wheel goes
over the edge or the edge collapses. Keep a safe
distance (twice the width of the machine) between
the machine and any hazard. Use a walk behind
machine or a hand held tool to operate in these
areas.
away from the direction of travel of the machine.
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Information Screens
Using the Smart
Controller/Electronic Depth
Control
The main information screens include:
• The Startup Screens
• The Default Screen (engine-on)
• The Tine Engagement Display
• Maintenance Reminders and Alerts
• Alerts and Error Messages
Hour Meter/Tine Engagement
Display
The smart controller/electronic depth control monitors
the overall electrical system and displays information
in the hour meter/tine engagement display. The
controller displays machine hours, interlock status,
and maintenance reminders.
Start-up Screens
Screen Icons
Note: The LED status light changes from red to
orange to green.
The information screen uses the following icons:
The first screen displays the firmware version.
Aerating Hours
When the key is switched from OFF to RUN position,
the following screens display for 2 seconds:
Parking brake
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Figure 15
The second screen displays the aeration hours.
Battery Voltage
Engine Oil Maintenance
Hour Meter
Transmission Oil
Maintenance
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Figure 16
The third screen displays the electrical system voltage.
Voltage Error
Valve Solenoid Error
Valve Solenoid Connection
Error
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Figure 17
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• The hour meter displays engine hours when the
The fourth screen displays the number of hours until
the engine oil maintenance is required.
hour glass symbol is flashing.
• The display turns off after 5 minutes after the
ignition key is switched to the OFF position.
The Tine Engagement Display
Electronic Depth Control Screen
There are 2 ways to activate the tine engagement
display:
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Figure 18
• Tap the multi-function switch either up or down to
display the tine engagement meter.
• Step on the tine ground engagement foot switch.
The final screen displayed is the number of hours until
transmission oil maintenance is required.
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Figure 19
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Figure 21
The Default Screen
1. LCD Indicators/Information screen
2. Tine depth status bar
After the start-up screens display, the default screen
(Figure 20) appears.
3. Tine depth setting indicator
4. LED status light
The information screen displays icons and information
relative to machine operation.
A higher number on the status bar (Figure 21)
increases the length of the aeration plug and a lower
number decreases it.
Note: If the plug length is not the desired length, you
may need to adjust the machine to accommodate for
your weight; refer to Adjusting the Operator Weight
Control Valve (page 47).
LED Status Light
The LED is multi-colored light (Figure 20 and Figure
21) used to indicate the system status:
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• Solid Green—indicates normal operating activity
Figure 20
Default Screen
1. Information screen
• Blinking Red—indicates an active fault
• Solid Red—indicates that maintenance is required
2. LED status light
• The safety interlock status indicator illuminates
when the control meets the “safe to start” mode
(park brake engaged).
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Maintenance Reminder Screens
Service Transmission Reminder
The hour meter displays the number of engine
hours until either the engine oil or transmission oil
maintenance is due. When maintenance is due, the
smart controller/electronic depth control displays
flashing icons for an engine oil maintenance alert or
a transmission oil maintenance alert, and the LED
status light displays a steady red light.
The transmission oil maintenance reminder (Figure
23) counts down from the initial break-in service
interval of 100 engine hours and then counts down
from 250 hours for each service interval thereafter.
• A maintenance alert occurs when the maintenance
counter reaches zero.
• If the service is not performed, the maintenance
counter displays time as negative hours to indicate
the number of hours past due for the service (up
to -500 hours).
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Figure 23
• The hour meter switches between the default
screen and the active alert screen.
• If more than 1 alert is active, the display cycles
Opening and Closing the
Fuel Shutoff Valve
between the alerts in the order that they occurred
before cycling back to the default screen.
The maintenance alerts only display when the default
screen has been active for 2 seconds; however, if
the key is moved to the START position, the alerts
occur immediately. When the machine is aerating,
the alert screen does not display but the LED status
light remains a steady red.
Control fuel flow to the engine with the fuel shutoff
valve as follows:
• To open the fuel-shutoff valve, fully rotate the
handle for the valve left.
• To close the fuel-shutoff valve, fully rotate the
handle of the valve right.
Service Engine Reminder
The engine-oil service reminder (Figure 22) counts
down from the initial break-in service interval of 5
engine hours and then counts down from 100 hours
for each service interval thereafter.
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Figure 24
1. Fuel tank
3. Fuel-shutoff valve (closed
position)
2. Fuel-shutoff valve (open
position)
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Figure 22
Starting the Engine
1.
Ensure that the motion-control levers in neutral
and the parking brake is engaged.
Note: You must engage the park brake and
move the motion control levers to the neutral
position to start engine.
2.
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Place the throttle midway between the SLOW
and FAST positions.
3.
On a cold engine, push the choke lever forward
into the ON position. On a warm engine, leave
the choke in the OFF position.
4.
Turn ignition switch to the START position.
Release the switch as soon as the engine starts.
remove a longer plug. Tap the top of the switch
to raise the tine depth to remove a shorter plug.
Note: The ideal plug depth is 6.4 to 7.6 cm (2.5 to
3 inches). Adjust the controls to adapt to the soil
conditions.
Important: Do not crank the engine
continuously for more than 10 seconds at
a time. If the engine does not start, allow
a 60-second cool-down period between
starting attempts. Failure to follow these
guidelines can burn out the starter motor
5.
Locking/Unlocking the Tine
Depth Setting
The settings can be locked or left unlocked.
If the choke is in the ON position, gradually
return choke to the OFF position as the engine
warms up.
• To lock the setting, Turn the ignition key from the
OFF to the ON position 5 times. The LED status
light illuminates in the tine engagement display
(reference Figure 21).
Lowering the Tines
• To unlock the setting, press and hold the bottom
of the switch for 1 second. The LED status light
turns off.
DANGER
Switch the key to the OFF or START position when you
are finished.
The rotating tines under the engine deck are
dangerous. Tine contact can cause serious
injury or kill you.
Raising the Tines
Do not put hands or feet under the machine
when the engine is running.
1.
Set throttle to the FAST position.
2.
Tap the switch once to display the tine
engagement depth setting; adjust if necessary.
3.
Lower the tines by pressing on the tine ground
engagement foot switch.
4.
Stand on the switch and move the motion-control
levers forward to aerate.
1.
Remove your foot from the tine ground
engagement foot switch
2.
Turn the ignition key from the ON position to the
OFF position.
Important: The tines are rotating when the
motion-control lever is moved out of the neutral
position.
Shutting Off the Engine
Note: You can adjust the foot rocker bar,
located behind the tine ground engagement foot
switch for your comfort. To adjust it, loosen the
foot rocker bar hardware, slide the bar forward
or rearward, and tighten the hardware.
Changing the Tine Depth
Setting
1.
Move the motion-control levers back to the
neutral position and bring the machine to a full
stop.
2.
Lift your foot off of the tine ground engagement
foot switch to raise the tines.
3.
Press and hold the multi-function switch 1
second lockout the tine ground engagement foot
switch.
4.
Place the throttle midway between the SLOW
and FAST positions.
1.
Stop the machine and engage the parking brake.
2.
Press the multi-function switch to activate the
display.
5.
3.
Cycle the key switch between the RUN position
and the OFF position 5 times. The tine depth
setting indicator (triangle) on the display will
begin to flash.
Allow the engine to run for a minimum of 15
seconds, then turn the ignition switch to the OFF
position to shut off the engine.
6.
Engage the parking brake.
7.
Tap the multi-function switch up or down to
set the aeration depth. Tap the bottom of the
multi-function switch to lower the tine depth to
Remove the key to prevent children or other
unauthorized persons from starting the engine.
8.
Close the fuel-shutoff valve when you will not
use the machine for a few days, when you are
4.
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transporting the machine, or when the machine
is parked inside a building.
Driving the Machine
CAUTION
Machine can spin very rapidly by positioning
one lever too much ahead of the other. You
may lose control of the machine, which may
cause damage to the machine or injury.
• Use caution when making turns.
• Slow the machine down before making
sharp turns.
Important: To begin movement (forward or
backward), the brake lever must be disengaged
(pushed forward) before the motion-control levers
can be moved.
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Figure 26
To turn left or right, pull the motion-control lever
back toward neutral in the desired turn direction.
The tines can be in the down position when
making gradual turns.
To make zero-degree turns, lift your foot off the
tine engagement foot switch control to raise the
tines. The head will raise in 1 second.
Important: Do not make a zero-degree turn
when the tines are down as turf tearing will
result.
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Important: Do not drive in reverse when the
tines are down as turf tearing will occur.
Figure 25
1. Left motion-control lever
2. Right motion-control lever
5. Forward
6. Neutral
3. Front reference bar
4. Front of machine
7. Reverse
8. Rear reference bar
The machine moves faster the farther the
motion-control levers are moved from the neutral
position.
4.
Driving Forward
1.
Ensure that the motion-control levers are in the
neutral position.
2.
Release the parking brake.
3.
To move forward in a straight line, move both
levers forward with equal pressure.
To stop, position both motion-control levers in
the neutral operating position.
Driving in Reverse
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1.
Move the motion-control levers to the neutral
operating position.
2.
To move rearward in a straight line, slowly move
both levers rearward with equal pressure.
Releasing Valves to Push the
Machine
If you must push the machine by hand, you must
release the drive-wheel release valves.
1.
Engage the parking brake, shut off the engine,
remove the key, and allow all the moving parts
to stop.
2.
Move the lever to the larger opening of the slot
(Figure 28).
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Figure 27
To turn left or right, release pressure on the
motion-control lever toward the desired turn
direction.
To make zero turns, lift your foot off the tine
ground engagement foot switch to raise the
tines. The head will raise in half second.
Important: Do not make a zero turn when
the tines are in the down position.
3.
To stop, position both motion-control levers in
the neutral operating position.
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Figure 28
Drive-Wheel Release Valves
The levers for the drive-wheel release valves are
located on the above the transaxles.
WARNING
Hands may become entangled in the rotating
drive components between the engine and
transaxles, which could result in serious
injury or death.
1. Lever position for
operating the machine
3. Lever position to push the
machine
2. Washer outside of slot
4. Washer inside slot
3.
Push the lever downward until the washer is
inside of the frame (Figure 28).
4.
Move the lever to the narrow portion of the slot,
and release the lever (Figure 28).
5.
Repeat steps 2 through 4 for the other
release-valve lever.
6.
When you are ready to move the machine,
release the parking brake.
Shut off the engine, remove the key, and allow
all the moving parts to stop before accessing
the drive-wheel release valves.
You can now push the machine by hand.
Important: Do not tow the machine.
Setting the Valves for Normal
Operation
WARNING
The engine and hydraulic drive units can
become very hot. Touching a hot engine or
hydraulic drive units can cause severe burns.
During normal operating conditions, the washer on the
2 release-valve levers are positioned outside the slots.
Allow the engine and hydraulic drive units
to cool completely before accessing the
drive-wheel release valves.
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1.
Engage the parking brake, shut off the engine,
remove the key, and allow all the moving parts
to stop.
2.
Move the release-valve lever to the larger
opening of the slot (Figure 28).
3.
Pull the lever upward until the washer is outside
of the frame (Figure 28).
Hauling the Machine
4.
Move the release-valve lever back to the narrow
portion of the slot, and release the lever (Figure
28).
Use a heavy-duty trailer or truck to transport the
machine. Ensure that the trailer or truck has all the
necessary lighting and marking as required by law.
When using a trailer, secure it with the safety chains.
5.
Repeat steps 2 through 4 for the other
release-valve lever.
1.
Load the machine onto the transport vehicle.
2.
Lock the tines in the up position by tapping and
holding the multi-function switch in the down
position until the LED indicator appears on the
hour meter/tine engagement display.
General Safety
3.
Engage the parking brake, shut off the engine,
and remove the key.
• Park machine on level ground, disengage drives,
4.
Close the fuel-shutoff valve.
5.
Block the wheels and securely bind the machine
to the trailer or truck with straps, chains, cable,
or ropes. If possible, both front and rear straps
should be directed down and outward from the
machine.
After Operation
set parking brake, stop engine, remove key or
disconnect spark plug wire. Wait for all movement
to stop and allow the machine to cool before
adjusting, cleaning, repairing, or storing. Never
allow untrained personnel to service machine.
• Clean the machine as stated in the Maintenance
Important: Use only the 4 designated
section. Keep engine and engine area free from
accumulation of grass, leaves, excessive grease
or oil, and other debris which can accumulate
in these areas. These materials can become
combustible and may result in a fire.
tie-down locations on the machine—2 on the
left side and 2 on the right; refer to Figure 29.
• Frequently check for worn or deteriorating
components that could create a hazard. Tighten
loose hardware.
Loading the Machine
Use extreme caution when loading machines on
trailers or trucks. Use a full-width ramp to extend
beyond the rear tires instead of individual ramps for
each side of the machine. With the platform up, a
full-width ramp provides a surface to walk on behind
the machine.
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Figure 29
Left side shown
1. Tie-down location
A steep ramp angle may cause components to get
caught as the machine moves from ramp to trailer or
truck. Steeper angles may also cause the machine to
tip backward. If loading on or near a slope, position
the trailer or truck so that it is on the down side of
the slope and the ramps extends up the slope. This
minimizes the ramp angle. The trailer or truck should
be as level as possible.
CAUTION
This machine does not have proper turn
signals, lights, reflective markings, or a
slow-moving-vehicle emblem. Driving on a
street or roadway without such equipment
is dangerous and can lead to accidents
causing personal injury. Driving on a street or
roadway without such equipment may also be
a violation of state laws and the operator may
be subject to traffic tickets and/or fines.
Important: Do not attempt to turn the machine
while on the ramp, you may lose control and drive
off the side.
Avoid sudden acceleration when driving up a ramp
and sudden deceleration when backing down a
ramp. Both maneuvers can cause the machine to tip
backward.
Do not drive the machine on a public street
or roadway.
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WARNING
Loading a machine on a trailer or truck
increases the possibility of backward tip-over.
Backward tip-over could cause serious injury
or death.
• Use extreme caution when operating a
machine on a ramp.
• Use only a single, full-width ramp; Do not
use individual ramps for each side of the
machine.
• Avoid sudden acceleration or deceleration
while driving machine up or down a ramp
to avoid tipping backward.
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Maintenance
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machine from the Manuals link on the home page.
WARNING
Maintenance Safety
Information
Removal or modification of original
equipment, parts and/or accessories
may alter the warranty, controllability,
and safety of the machine. Unauthorized
modifications to the original equipment or
failure to use original Toro parts could lead
to serious injury or death. Unauthorized
changes to the machine, engine, fuel or
venting system, may violate applicable
safety standards such as: ANSI, OSHA and
NFPA and/or government regulations such
as EPA and CARB.
WARNING
While maintenance or adjustments are being
made, someone could start the engine.
Accidental starting of the engine could
seriously injure you or other bystanders.
Remove the key from the ignition switch,
engage parking brake, and pull the wire(s)
off the spark plug(s) before you do any
maintenance. Also push the wire(s) aside so
it does not accidentally contact the spark
plug(s).
• Use care when checking and servicing tines. Wrap
the tine(s) or wear gloves, and use caution when
servicing them. Only replace damaged tines.
Never straighten or weld them.
• Park machine on level ground, raise the tines,
set parking brake, stop engine, remove key or
disconnect spark plug wire. Wait for all movement
to stop and allow the machine to cool before
adjusting, cleaning or repairing. Never allow
untrained personnel to service machine.
• Use jack stands to support the machine and/or
components when required.
CAUTION
Raising the machine for service or
maintenance relying solely on mechanical
or hydraulic jacks could be dangerous.
The mechanical or hydraulic jacks may not
be enough support or may malfunction
allowing the machine to fall, which could
cause injury.
WARNING
The engine can become very hot. Touching
a hot engine can cause severe burns.
Allow the engine to cool completely before
service or making repairs around the
engine area.
Do not rely solely on mechanical or
hydraulic jacks for support. Use adequate
jack stands or equivalent support.
• Disconnect battery or remove spark plug wire
before making any repairs. Disconnect the
negative terminal first and the positive last.
Reconnect positive first and negative last.
• Carefully release pressure from components with
stored energy.
• Keep the machine, guards, shields and all
safety devices in place and in safe working
condition. Frequently check for worn or
deteriorating components and replace them with
the manufacturer’s recommended parts when
necessary.
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WARNING
Hydraulic fluid escaping under pressure
can penetrate skin and cause injury. Fluid
accidentally injected into the skin must be
surgically removed within a few hours by
a doctor familiar with this form of injury or
gangrene may result.
– If equipped, make sure all hydraulic
fluid hoses and lines are in good
condition and all hydraulic connections
and fittings are tight before applying
pressure to hydraulic system.
– Keep body and hands away from
pinhole leaks or nozzles that eject high
pressure hydraulic fluid.
– Use cardboard or paper, not your hands,
to find hydraulic leaks.
–
Before performing any work on the
hydraulic system:
– Safely relieve all pressure in the
ground drive hydraulic system by
placing the motion control levers in
neutral and shutting off the engine.
– Safely relieve all pressure in the
auxiliary hydraulic system by shutting
off the engine, turning the ignition
switch to the “ON” position, and
pressing the tine ground engagement
switch. Once the tines have lowered
to the ground, release the tine ground
engagement switch and turn the ignition
switch to the “OFF” position.
• Keep hands and feet away from moving parts.
If possible, Do Not make adjustments with the
engine running. If the maintenance or adjustment
procedure require the engine to be running and
components moving, use extreme caution.
WARNING
Contact with moving parts or hot surfaces
may cause personal injury.
Keep your fingers, hands, and clothing
clear of rotating components and hot
surfaces.
• Check all bolts frequently to maintain proper
tightness.
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Recommended Maintenance Schedule(s)
Maintenance Service
Interval
Maintenance Procedure
After the first 5 hours
• Change the engine oil.
• Check the transmission output shaft nut torque specification.
• Check transmission mount bolt torque.
After the first 100 hours
• Change the auxiliary hydraulic reservoir filter and fluid.
• Change the hydraulic transmission filter and fluid.
Before each use or daily
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Lubricate the chains.
Check the engine-oil level.
Check the safety interlock.
Check the condition and tension of the chains.
Check the condition of the sprockets.
Check the tines.
Check for loose hardware.
Clean the engine and the exhaust system area (more often in dry or dirty conditions).
Clean the grass and debris buildup from the machine.
Every 25 hours
• Grease the front wheel bearings.
• Grease tine shaft bearings.
• Grease hydro output shaft flanged bearings.
Every 50 hours
•
•
•
•
•
Every 80 hours
• Remove the engine shrouds and clean the cooling fins.
Every 100 hours
• Change the engine oil. (more often under severe conditions.)
Every 160 hours
• Check, clean and gap the spark plug.
Every 200 hours
• Replace the foam pre-cleaner.
Every 250 hours
• Change the auxiliary hydraulic reservoir filter and fluid.
• Change the hydraulic transmission filter and fluid.
Every 300 hours
• Replace the paper air filter (more frequently in dusty conditions).
Monthly
Yearly
Yearly or before storage
Clean the foam pre-cleaner (more frequently in dusty conditions).
Check spark arrester (if equipped).
Check the air pressure in the drive tires.
Check the condition and tension of the belts.
Check the transmission fluid level.
• Service the battery.
•
•
•
•
•
•
Grease belt idler pivot.
Grease front caster hubs.
Check the torque of the wheel hub bolts.
Check the torque on the wheel lug nuts.
Check the torque of the transmission output shaft nut.
Check transmission mount bolt torque.
• Touch up areas with chipped paint.
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Pre-Maintenance
Procedures
Lubrication
Lubricating the Chains
CAUTION
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
Raising the machine for service or
maintenance relying solely on mechanical
or hydraulic jacks could be dangerous. The
mechanical or hydraulic jacks may not be
enough support or may malfunction allowing
the machine to fall, which could cause injury.
Important: Do not lubricate the chains with
penetrating oil or solvents. Use an oil or chain
lubricant.
Do not rely solely on mechanical or hydraulic
jacks for support. Use adequate jack stands
or equivalent support.
1.
Shut off the engine, wait for all moving parts to
stop, and remove the key. Engage the parking
brake.
2.
Lift the rear of the machine and support using
jack stands or equivalent support.
CAUTION
Preparing for Maintenance
1.
Park the machine on a level surface and engage
the parking brake.
2.
Shut off the engine, remove the key, and wait for
all moving parts to stop.
3.
Allow the engine to cool.
4.
Disconnect the spark-plug wire from the spark
plug and keep the wire away from the plug, to
prevent accidental starting (Figure 30).
Raising the machine for service
or maintenance relying solely on
mechanical or hydraulic jacks could be
dangerous. The mechanical or hydraulic
jacks may not be enough support or may
malfunction allowing the machine to fall,
which could cause injury.
Do not rely solely on mechanical
or hydraulic jacks for support. Use
adequate jack stands or equivalent
support.
3.
Start the engine and move throttle control ahead
to 1/2 throttle position. Disengage the parking
brake.
WARNING
The engine must be running and the
drive wheels must be turning so that
adjustments can be performed. Contact
with moving parts or hot surfaces may
cause personal injury.
Keep your fingers, hands, and clothing
clear of rotating components and hot
surfaces.
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Figure 30
1. Spark-plug wire
30
4.
With the engine running, slowly move the
motion-control levers forward and lubricate all 4
chains.
5.
Check the condition and tension of the chains;
refer to Checking the Condition of the Chains
(page 39).
Engine Maintenance
Lubricating the Grease
Fittings
Servicing the Air Cleaner
Note: See the chart below for service intervals.
1.
Shut off the engine, wait for all moving parts to
stop, and remove the key. Engage the parking
brake.
2.
Lubricate the fittings with NLGI grade No. 2
multi-purpose grease.
Service Interval: Every 50 hours—Clean the foam
pre-cleaner (more frequently in
dusty conditions).
Every 200 hours—Replace the foam
pre-cleaner.
Every 300 hours—Replace the paper air filter
(more frequently in dusty conditions).
Refer to the following chart for fitting locations
and lubrication schedule.
Important: Do not operate the engine without the
Lubrication Chart
Fitting
Locations
Initial
Pumps
Number of
Places
Service
Interval
1. Front Wheel
Caster Hubs
1
2
Yearly
2. Tine Shaft
Bearings
1
4
25 hours
3. Belt Idler
Pivot
1
1
Yearly
air filter assembly; extreme engine damage may
occur.
1.
Release the latches on the cover for the air
cleaner.
2.
Remove the cover and clean it thoroughly
(Figure 32).
Note: Be careful to prevent dirt and debris from
falling into the base.
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Figure 31
1. Front wheel caster hub
3. Belt idler pivot
2. Tine shaft bearings
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Figure 32
1. Air-filter base
2. Paper air filter
4. Cover
5. Latch on the air-cleaner
cover (2)
3. Foam pre-cleaner
3.
Remove the foam pre-cleaner, wash it with a
mild detergent and water, and then blot it dry
(Figure 32).
4.
Remove and inspect the paper air filter (Figure
32); discard it if it is excessively dirty.
Important: Do not try to clean a paper filter.
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5.
Checking the Engine-Oil Level
Wipe dirt away from the base and the cover with
a moist rag.
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
Note: Be careful to prevent dirt and debris from
Important: Do not operate the engine with the oil
level below the Low (or Add) mark on the dipstick,
or over the Full mark.
1. Move the machine to a level surface.
2. Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop before leaving the operating position.
3. Allow the engine to cool.
4. Check the engine-oil level as shown in Figure
35.
entering the air duct leading to the carburetor.
6.
Install the foam pre-cleaner onto the paper air
filter (Figure 32).
Note: Use a new paper air filter if you discarded
the old one.
7.
Install the air filter assembly to the air-filter base
(Figure 32).
8.
Align the arrow decal on the air-cleaner cover
and the arrow decal on the base (Figure 33).
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Figure 33
1. Alignment-arrow decal (normal ambient air position shown)
9.
Secure the air-filter cover to the base with the
latches.
Servicing the Engine Oil
Engine-Oil Specifications
Oil Type: Detergent oil (API service SJ or later)
Engine Oil Capacity: 1.7 L (1.8 US qt) without the
filter; 1.5 L (1.6 US qt) with the filter.
Oil viscosity: Refer to the table below.
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Figure 35
5.
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Figure 34
If the oil level is low, wipe off the area around
the oil fill cap, remove cap and add the specified
oil until the oil level is at the Full mark on the
dipstick.
Note: Do not overfill the engine with oil.
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Changing the Engine Oil
Service Interval: After the first 5 hours
Every 100 hours (more often under severe
conditions.)
Note: Dispose of the used oil at a recycling center.
1.
Park the machine so that the drain side is slightly
lower than the opposite side to assure the oil
drains completely.
2.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop before leaving the operating position.
3.
Change the engine oil as shown in Figure 36.
Note: Torque drain plug to 18 N∙m (13 ft-lb).
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Figure 37
5.
6.
7.
Start the engine and drive to a flat area.
Check the engine-oil level.
Reset the engine-oil service reminder; refer to
Resetting the Engine-Oil Maintenance Reminder
(page 33).
Resetting the Engine-Oil
Maintenance Reminder
1.
Prepare the machine for maintenance; refer to
Preparing for Maintenance (page 30).
Note: You must engage the parking brake to
2.
reset the maintenance reminder.
Cycle the key switch between the RUN position
and the OFF position 4 times within 8 seconds.
The Service Engine screen displays and flashes
(Figure 38).
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Figure 36
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4.
Figure 38
Service Engine Screen
Slowly pour approximately 80% of the specified
oil into the filler tube, and slowly add the
additional oil to bring it to the Full mark (Figure
37).
3.
Press down the multi-function switch.
The engine-oil maintenance reminder resets to
100.0 (hours), exits the Service Engine screen,
and returns to the default screen.
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Note: You can exit the Service Engine screen at
any time by turning the key to either the OFF or the
START positions.
Servicing the Spark Plug
Service Interval: Every 160 hours
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Type for all Engines: NGK BR6HS, Champion
RTL86C, or equivalent
Figure 40
Air Gap: 0.76 mm (0.030 inch)
Ensure that the air gap between the center and side
electrodes is correct before installing the spark plug.
Installing the Spark Plug
Tighten the spark plug(s) to 22 N∙m (16 ft-lb).
Use a spark plug wrench for removing and installing
the spark plug(s) and a gapping tool/feeler gauge to
check and adjust the air gap. Install a new spark
plug(s) if necessary.
Removing the Spark Plug
1.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop before leaving the operating position.
2.
Remove the spark plug as shown in Figure 39.
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Figure 41
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Figure 39
Checking the Spark Plug
Important: Do not clean the spark plug(s).
Always replace the spark plug(s) when it has a
black coating, worn electrodes, an oily film, or
cracks.
If you see light brown or gray on the insulator, the
engine is operating properly. A black coating on the
insulator usually means the air cleaner is dirty.
Set the gap to 0.75 mm (0.03 inch).
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Checking the Spark
Arrester
Electrical System
Maintenance
Machines with a Spark Arrester
Only
Checking the Safety
Interlock
Service Interval: Every 50 hours
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
WARNING
Important: Ensure that the operator safety
mechanisms are connected and are fully function
prior to use.
Hot exhaust system components may ignite
fuel vapors even after the engine is shut
off. Hot particles exhausted during engine
operation may ignite flammable materials.
Fire may result in personal injury or property
damage.
Note: If the machine does not pass either of the tests
that follow, Do not operate the machine. Contact
your authorized Toro distributor.
Do not refuel or run engine unless a spark
arrester is installed.
1.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop before leaving the operating position.
2.
Allow the muffler to cool.
3.
Check the spark arrester for breaks in the
screen or welds.
Checking the Engine Starting
Circuit
Note: The state of the parking brake interlock you
are checking is shown in bold.
Engage the parking brake
The starter rotates
Note: Replace the spark arrester if it is worn
or damaged.
4.
Check Parking Brake Interlock
If you see that the screen is plugged, perform
the following:
A.
Remove the spark arrester.
B.
Shake loose the particles from the arrester
and clean screen with a wire brush.
Note: The state of the parking brake interlock you
are checking is shown in bold.
Disengage the parking brake
The starter should not
rotate
Note: Soak the arrester screen in solvent
if necessary.
C.
Install spark arrester onto exhaust outlet.
Jump Starting a Discharged
Battery
The following instructions are adapted from the SAE
J1494 Rev. Dec. 2001 – Battery Booster Cables
– Surface Vehicle Recommended Practice (SAE –
Society of Automotive Engineers).
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Choose jumper cables with color coded or
polarity labeled cables or clamps.
DANGER
Jump starting a weak battery that is cracked,
frozen, has low electrolyte level, or an
open/shorted battery cell, can cause an
explosion resulting in serious personal injury.
Connecting the Jumper Cables
CAUTION
Do not jump start a weak battery if these
conditions exist.
Connecting the jumper cables incorrectly
(wrong polarity) can immediately damage the
electrical system.
WARNING
Be certain of battery terminal polarity and
jumper cable polarity when hooking up
batteries.
Batteries contain acid and produce explosive
gases.
• Always shield your eyes and face from the
battery.
• Do not lean over the batteries.
1.
Preparing to Jump Start the
Battery
Connect the positive jumper cable—red (+) to
the positive-battery terminal of the discharged
battery as shown in Figure 42.
Note: The positive-battery terminal is wired to
the starter or solenoid.
CAUTION
Corrosion or loose connections can cause
unwanted electrical voltage spikes at any time
during the jump starting procedure.
Do Not attempt to jump start with loose or
corroded battery terminals or damage to the
engine may occur.
1.
2.
Check the cable clamps and battery terminals
of the discharged battery for corrosion (white,
green, or blue “snow”) and check that the
hardware for the clamps is tight.
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Figure 42
5. Booster battery
Clean corrosion from the battery terminals and
cable clamps.
1. Positive (+) jumper cable
at the discharged battery
2. Positive (+) jumper cable
at the booster battery
6. Discharged battery
Check that the hardware for the cable clamps
is tight.
3. Negative (–) jumper cable
at the booster battery
7. Engine block (the machine
with a discharged battery)
Tighten the cable-clamp hardware as needed.
3.
Check that the vent caps on the discharged
battery and booster battery are tight and level.
4. Negative (–) jumper cable
to the engine block (the
machine with a discharged
battery)
4.
If available, place damp clothes over the vent
caps of both batteries.
2.
If you are jump starting from the battery in
another vehicle, ensure that it has a 12 V lead
acid battery.
Connect the other end of the positive cable
to the positive-battery terminal of the booster
battery (Figure 42).
3.
Connect the negative jumper cable—black (–)
to the negative-battery terminal of the booster
battery.
4.
At the machine with a discharged battery,
connect the other end of the negative jumper
cable to the engine block, at a location away
from the battery and belts (Figure 42).
5.
Important: Ensure that the 2 vehicles do
not touch.
6.
Ensure that the booster battery is fully charged
with 12.6 V or greater.
7.
Select properly sized jumper cables (4 to 6
AWG) with short lengths to reduce voltage drop
between systems.
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Starting the Engine and Removing
the Jumper Cables
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Allowing batteries to stand for an extended period
of time without recharging them results in reduced
performance and service life. To preserve optimum
battery performance and life, charge batteries in
storage when the open circuit voltage drops to 12.4 V.
Start the engine.
Remove the negative cable from the engine
block (Figure 42).
Remove the negative cable from the discharged
battery (Figure 42).
Remove the positive cable from the booster
battery (Figure 42)
Remove the positive cable from the discharged
battery (Figure 42)
Note: To prevent damage due to freezing, the battery
should be fully charged before putting away for winter
storage.
Note: The machine is shipped with a filled, lead-acid
battery.
Charging the Battery
Service Interval: Monthly
Servicing the Battery
DANGER
Charging or jump-starting the battery may
produce explosive gases. Battery gases can
explode, causing serious injury.
• Keep sparks, flames, or cigarettes away
from the battery.
• Ventilate when charging or using the
battery in an enclosed space.
• Ensure that the venting path of the battery
is always open once the battery is filled
with acid.
• Always shield your eyes and face from the
battery.
1.
Move the key switch to the OFF position and
remove the key.
2.
Measure the voltage of the battery with a
voltmeter.
3.
Use the table below to locate the charge state
or the battery, and if needed, the battery-charger
setting and charging interval recommended to
charge the battery to 12.6 V or greater; refer to
the battery charge table below.
Important: Ensure that the negative battery
cable is disconnected and the battery
charger used for charging the battery
has an output of 16 V and 7 A or less to
avoid damaging the battery (see chart for
recommended charger settings).
Battery Charge Table
DANGER
Battery electrolyte contains sulfuric acid,
which is fatal if consumed and can cause
severe burns.
• Wear safety glasses to shield your eyes
and rubber gloves to protect your skin and
clothing when handling electrolyte.
• Do not swallow electrolyte.
• In the event of an accident, flush with water
and call a doctor immediately.
CAUTION
If the key switch is in the ON position, there
is potential for sparks and engagement
of components. Sparks could cause an
explosion or moving parts could accidentally
engage, causing personal injury.
Voltage
Reading
Percent
Charge
12.6 or
greater
100%
12.4 to 12.6
75 to 100%
12.2 to 12.4
50 to 75%
12.0 to 12.2
25 to 50%
11.7 to 12.0
0 to 25%
11.7 or less
0%
4.
Ensure that the key switch is in the OFF
position before charging the battery.
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Maximum
Charger
Settings
Charging
Interval
16 V/
No charging
required
7A
16 V/
7A
16 V/
7A
14.4 V/
4A
14.4 V/
4A
14.4 V/
2A
30 minutes
1 hour
2 hours
3 hours
6 hours or
more
If the positive cable is also disconnected,
connect the positive (red) cable to the positive
battery terminal and slip the terminal cover over
the positive terminal.
5.
Drive System
Maintenance
Remove the screw, washer, and ground cable
from the engine. Connect the negative battery
cable.
Note: If time does not permit charging the
battery or if charging equipment is not available,
connect the negative battery cables and run
the vehicle continuously for 20 to 30 minutes to
charge the battery.
Checking the Drive Tire Air
Pressure
Service Interval: Every 50 hours
Note: You do not adjust air pressure for the
semi-pneumatic caster tires.
1.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop before leaving the operating position.
2.
Check the air pressure of the drive tires.
3.
Adjust the air pressure in the drive tires to 152
to 165 kPa (22 to 24 psi).
Checking the Wheel Hub
Bolts
Service Interval: Yearly
Torque the wheel hub bolts (Figure 43) to 37 to 45
N∙m (27 to 33 ft-lb).
Note: Do not use anti-seize compound on the wheel
hub.
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Figure 43
1. Lug nut
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2. Hub bolt
Checking the Torque of the
Wheel Lug Nuts
Important: Do not overtighten the chain.
Significant chain wear can occur and will
shorten the life of an overtightened chain.
Service Interval: Yearly
Torque the wheel lug nuts (Figure 43) to 115 to 142
N∙m (85 to 105 ft-lb).
Checking the Condition of
the Chains
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
1.
2.
3.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
wait for all moving parts to stop, and remove
the key.
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Figure 44
1. Idler sprocket
Check the chains on both sides of the machine
for proper tension. The chains should be able to
move up and down 6 to 12 mm (1/4 to 1/2 inch).
5.
If chains pop or snap refer to Adjusting the Drive
Wheel Chain Tension (page 39) and Adjusting
the Tine Drive Chain (page 49).
Service Interval: After the first 5 hours
Yearly
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
wait for all moving parts to stop, and remove
the key.
2.
Inspect sprockets for wear and replace as
required.
Check the chain tension and tighten the idler
bolt and locknut.
Checking the Torque of the
Transmission Output Shaft
Nut
Checking the Sprocket
Condition
1.
2. Idler bolt and locknut
Torque the nuts (Figure 45) on the transmission output
tapered shafts to 285 to 353 N∙m (210 to 260 ft-lb).
Maintaining the Chain
Adjusting the Drive Wheel Chain
Tension
1.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
wait for all moving parts to stop, and remove
the key.
2.
Lift the rear of the machine and support using
jack stands or equivalent support.
3.
Check the chains on each side of the idler
sprocket, at both sides of the machine, for
proper tension.
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Figure 45
1. Nut (transmission-output shaft)
Adjusting the Motion
Control Linkage
The chains should move up and down 6 to 12
mm (1/4 to 1/2 inch).
4.
To adjust the chain tension, loosen the idler bolt
and locknut, and push up on the sprocket to
tighten the chain (Figure 44).
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1.
Refer to Preparing for Maintenance (page 30).
2.
Push the control levers all the way forward to the
front reference bar; If either of the control levers
contact the reference bar do the following:
A.
5.
Allow the control levers to return to neutral
and loosen the 2 jam nuts on the hex
adjustment linkage (Figure 46).
Rotate the adjustment rod on the left side of the
machine (Figure 47).
Note: One jam nut is a right-hand thread
and the other is left-hand.
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Figure 47
1. Adjustment rod
6.
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Figure 46
1. Hex adjustment linkage jam nut
B.
C.
7.
Turn the hex adjustment linkage until there
is 3 to 6 mm (1/8 to 1/4 inch) gap between
the control lever and the front reference bar.
8.
Tighten the jam nuts (Figure 46).
Looking down towards the adjustment rod —
rotate it counterclockwise, in 1/4 turn increments,
to increase speed or clockwise to decrease
speed.
Drive the machine and check the full forward
tracking.
Repeat steps 5 through 7 until desired tracking
is obtained.
3.
Allow the control levers to return to neutral.
Turn the left hex adjustment link until the motion
control levers are approximately even with each
other.
Check Transmission Mount
Bolt Torque
4.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 for the other motion
control linkage.
Service Interval: After the first 5 hours
Yearly thereafter
Torque the 4 transmission bolts to 56-69 N-m (41-51
ft-lb); refer to Figure 48.
Adjusting the Motion
Control Tracking
Note: Do Not use anti-seize compound on the wheel
hub.
If the machine travels or pulls to one side when the
motion control levers are in the full forward position,
adjust the tracking.
1.
Push both control levers forward the same
distance.
2.
Check if the machine pulls to one side; If it does,
stop the machine and set the parking brake.
3.
Loosen the lock nuts on the right motion control
linkage (as viewed from the rear of the machine.
Push the right control lever forward and rotate
the adjustment rod until there is 1/8 to 1/4 inch
(3 to 6 mm) gap between the right control lever
and the front reference bar.
4.
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Figure 48
Place the front reference/speed control bar in the
maximum forward position; refer to Adjusting the
Front Reference/Speed Control Bar (page 16).
1. Transmission bolts
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Brake Maintenance
Belt Maintenance
Adjusting the Parking
Brake
Checking the Condition
and Tension of the Belts
If the parking brake does not hold securely, an
adjustment is required.
Service Interval: Every 50 hours
1.
Refer to Preparing for Maintenance (page 30).
2.
Check the air pressure in the drive tires. If
needed, adjust to the recommended inflation;
refer to Checking the Drive Tire Air Pressure
(page 38).
3.
Disengage the parking brake.
4.
Loosen the cable clamp on the brake cables
under the console (Figure 49).
5.
Adjust both cable conduits downward
approximately 3 to 6 mm (1/8 to 1/4 inch).
1.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
wait for all moving parts to stop, and remove
the key.
2.
Check the auxiliary pump drive belt condition
and tension; the belt should be snug. Refer to
Adjusting the Auxiliary Pump Drive Belt (page
41).
3.
Check the condition of the transmission drive
belt.
Adjusting the Auxiliary
Pump Drive Belt
1.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
wait for all moving parts to stop, and remove
the key.
2.
Remove the top thumbscrew, loosen the side
thumbscrew, and remove the left hydraulic
compartment cover (Figure 50).
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Figure 49
1. Cable clamp
6.
Tighten the cable clamp and engage the parking
brake.
7.
Check the parking brake; repeat steps 4 through
6 if necessary.
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Figure 50
1. Thumbscrews
3.
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2. Hydraulic compartment
cover (left)
Loosen the 2 flange locknuts (3/8 inch) securing
the auxiliary pump to the mounting bracket
(Figure 51).
Hydraulic System
Maintenance
Auxiliary Hydraulic Fluid
Specification
Hydraulic fluid type: AW-32 hydro fluid
Checking the Auxiliary
Hydraulic Fluid Level
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Figure 51
1. Auxiliary pump drive belt
Note: The machine is shipped with hydraulic fluid
in the reservoir.
3. Flange locknuts
2. Auxiliary pump
4.
Slide the pump outward (Figure 51) in slots and
torque the flange locknuts to 37 to 45 N∙m (27
to 33 ft lb).
When properly adjusted, the belt should have
1.3 cm (1/2 inch) of deflection with 3 pounds of
force on the belt midway between the auxiliary
pump and engine pulley.
5.
Align the hole and slot in the left hydraulic
compartment cover with the supports of the
machine and secure the cover with the 2
thumbscrews (Figure 50).
2.
Install the new belt.
3.
Ensure that the idler arm and pulley can move
freely.
2.
Completely raise and lower the tines 3 times to
purge the air.
3.
Shut off the engine, remove the key and allow
the machine to cool.
4.
Remove the cap and check the hydraulic-fluid
level in the reservoir.
the word FULL COLD that is embossed into the
baffle of the reservoir (Figure 52).
Note: No adjustments are required for belt tension.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
wait for all moving parts to stop, and remove
the key.
Run the machine for approximately 15 minutes
to purge any extra air out of the hydraulic
system.
Note: The hydraulic-fluid level should cover
Checking the Transmission
Drive Belt Tension
1.
1.
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Changing the Auxiliary
Hydraulic Reservoir Fluid
and Filter
Draining the Auxiliary Hydraulic
Fluid
1.
Run the machine for approximately 15 minutes
to purge any extra air out of the hydraulic
system.
2.
Completely raise and lower the tines 3 times to
purge the air.
3.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
wait for all moving parts to stop, and remove
the key.
4.
Allow the engine to cool.
5.
Carefully clean the area around the front of the
auxiliary pump and fill cap; also clean around the
filter. It is important that no dirt or contamination
enter hydraulic system.
6.
Loosen the suction hose at the pump fitting,
clean around the pump fitting, and allow oil to
drain (Figure 53).
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Figure 52
1. Cap
3. Hot fluid level (baffle)
2. Auxiliary hydraulic
reservoir
4. Cold fluid level (baffle)
5.
If necessary, add the specified hydraulic fluid
to the reservoir until the fluid covers the FULL
COLD fluid level on the baffle (Figure 52).
Note: If the fluid is at ambient-air temperature,
about 24°C (75° F), fill only to the FULL COLD
level.
6.
Install the hydraulic reservoir cap (Figure 52)
and tighten it until snug.
Note: Do not overtighten the reservoir cap.
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Figure 53
1. Auxiliary pump
7.
2. Suction hose
Install the suction hose and torque to 50 N-m
(37 ft-lb).
Changing the Filter
Service Interval: After the first 100 hours
Every 250 hours thereafter
1.
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Unscrew the filter to remove it and allow oil to
drain (Figure 54).
Transmission Fluid
Specification
Transmission fluid type: Toro® Hypr-Oil™ 500 or
Mobil® 1 15W-50 synthetic motor oil.
Important: Use the specified fluid. Other fluids
could cause system damage.
Checking the Transmission
Fluid Level
Service Interval: Every 50 hours
1.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop before leaving the operating position.
2.
Allow the machine to cool.
3.
Remove the cap from the expansion tank and
check the transmission-fluid level in the tank
(Figure 55).
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Figure 54
1. Filter (auxiliary-hydraulic system)
2.
3.
Apply a thin coat of the specified hydraulic fluid
to the rubber seal of the new filter; refer to
Auxiliary Hydraulic Fluid Specification (page 42).
Note: The transmission fluid level should cover
the FULL COLD fill line molded into the side of
the tank.
Turn the filter clockwise until rubber seal
contacts the filter adapter, then tighten the filter
an additional 2/3 to 3/4 turn (Figure 54).
Adding Auxiliary Hydraulic Fluid
1.
Remove the cap and check the hydraulic-fluid
level in the reservoir.
2.
Add the specified hydraulic fluid until the level
reaches the FULL COLD line located on the
reservoir tank; refer to Auxiliary Hydraulic
Fluid Specification (page 42) and Checking the
Auxiliary Hydraulic Fluid Level (page 42).
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Note: If the fluid is at ambient-air temperature,
Figure 55
about 24°C (75° F), fill only to the FULL COLD
level.
3.
4.
5.
1. Cap
3. FULL COLD line
2. Filler neck (expansion
tank)
Install the hydraulic reservoir cap and tighten it
until snug.
Note: Do not overtighten the reservoir cap.
4.
Start the engine and raise and lower the tines.
Lower the tines to the ground and refill the
reservoir to the FULL COLD line.
If necessary, add the specified transmission fluid
until the fluid level is at the FULL COLD fill line
of the expansion tank (Figure 55).
5.
Install the expansion tank cap and tighten it until
snug.
Check the fluid level again; repeat steps 2
through 5 until the level does not decrease.
Important: Do not overtighten the expansion
tank cap.
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Installing the Transmission Filters
Changing the Hydraulic
Transmission Filters and
Fluid
Service Interval: After the first 100 hours
1.
Apply a thin coat of the specified hydraulic fluid
to the rubber seal of the new filters; refer to
Transmission Fluid Specification (page 44).
2.
Turn the filter clockwise until rubber seal
contacts the filter adapter, then tighten the filter
an additional 2/3 to 3/4 turn (Figure 56).
3.
Remove the vent plug at each transmission.
Every 250 hours thereafter
Important: Do not change the hydraulic fluid
(except for what can be drained when changing
filter and removing the drain plugs), unless it
is felt the oil has been contaminated or been
extremely hot.
Changing the oil unnecessarily could damage
hydraulic system by introducing contaminants
into the system.
Adding Transmission Fluid
Draining the Auxiliary Hydraulic
Fluid
1.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
wait for all moving parts to stop, and remove
the key.
2.
Place a drain pan between the transmissions.
3.
Remove the 2 drain plugs, located at the bottom
of each transmission, and allow the fluid to drain.
4.
Locate the 2 filters under the transmissions
(Figure 56).
1.
Remove cap from the expansion tank, add the
specified transmission fluid to the tank until
fluid comes out of the transmission vent, and
install the plug; refer to Transmission Fluid
Specification (page 44) and Checking the
Transmission Fluid Level (page 44).
2.
Repeat step 1 until fluid comes out of the vent of
the other transmission, and install the plug.
3.
Torque the vent plugs to 180 in-lb (20 N·m).
4.
Continue to adding the specified transmission
fluid until it reaches the FULL COLD line on
the expansion reservoir; refer to Figure 55 in
Checking the Transmission Fluid Level (page
44).
5.
Raise the rear of machine up and support with
jack stands (or equivalent support) just high
enough to allow the drive wheels to turn freely.
CAUTION
Raising the machine for service
or maintenance relying solely on
mechanical or hydraulic jacks could be
dangerous. The mechanical or hydraulic
jacks may not be enough support or may
malfunction allowing the machine to fall,
which could cause injury.
Do not rely solely on mechanical
or hydraulic jacks for support. Use
adequate jack stands or equivalent
support.
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Figure 56
1. Transmission
2. Filter (transmission)
6.
5.
Carefully clean area around filters.
Important: Do not allow dirt or contaminants
to enter the hydraulic system.
6.
Remove the filters to and allow the fluid to drain
from the drive system (Figure 56).
7.
Install the 2 drain plugs.
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Start the engine and move the throttle control
ahead to 1/2 throttle position. Disengage the
parking brake.
3.
WARNING
The transmission-oil maintenance reminder
resets to 250 (hours), exits the service
transmission screen, and returns to the default
screen.
The engine must be running and the drive
wheels must be turning so motion control
adjustment can be performed. Contact
with moving parts or hot surfaces may
cause personal injury.
Note: You can exit the service transmission screen
at any time by turning the key to either the OFF or
the START positions.
Keep your fingers, hands, and clothing
clear of rotating components and hot
surfaces.
7.
With the engine running, slowly move the
directional control in both forward and reverse
directions (5 to 6 times). Check the oil level, and
add oil as required after shutting off the engine.
It may be necessary to repeat step 7 until all air
is purged from the system. Air is purged from
the transaxle when it operates at normal sound
levels and moves forward and reverse smoothly
at normal speeds.
8.
Shut off the engine, remove the key, engage
the parking brake, and wait for all moving part
to stop.
9.
Remove the jack stands and lower the rear of
machine.
10.
Reset the transmission-oil maintenance
reminder; refer to Resetting the Transmission-Oil
Maintenance Reminder (page 46).
Resetting the Transmission-Oil
Maintenance Reminder
1.
Prepare the machine for maintenance; refer to
Preparing for Maintenance (page 30).
Note: You must engage the parking brake to
reset the maintenance reminder.
2.
Press down the multi-function switch.
Cycle the key switch between the RUN position
and the OFF position 6 times within 8 seconds.
The Service Transmission screen displays and
flashes (Figure 57).
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Figure 57
Service Transmission Screen
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Operator Weight
Adjustment
Weight Adjustment
Overview
The operator weight adjustment valve is located at the
left side of the control console (Figure 58).
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Figure 59
1. Weight control valve
3. Knob
2. Jam nut
2.
Ensure that the jam nut on the shaft of the
weight control valve is tightened (Figure 59);
refer to step 6 in Adjusting the Operator Weight
Control Valve (page 47).
3.
Assemble the knob onto the shaft of the weight
control valve (Figure 59).
4.
Tighten the setscrew of the knob by hand.
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Figure 58
Adjusting the Operator
Weight Control Valve
1. Operator weight adjustment control
Use the operator weight adjustment valve to help
compensate for the weight of the operator so that the
machine achieves the correct aerating pressure, plug
length, and to help maximize lateral machine stability;
refer to the following procedures:
•
Assembling the Weight Control Knob (page 47)
•
Adjusting the Operator Weight Control Valve
(page 47)
•
Removing the Weight Control Knob (page 48)
Note: Adjust the system pressure so that the drive
tires lightly touch the ground.
Important: Keep the drive tires on the ground at
all times to maximize lateral machine stability.
Important: Adjust the operator weight adjustment
1.
Raise the tines, drive the aerator to a hard, flat
turf surface, and stop the aerator, but leave the
engine running.
2.
Have the operator stand on the operator’s
platform.
3.
Loosen the jam nut for the weight control valve,
refer to Figure 59 in Assembling the Weight
Control Knob (page 47).
4.
Press the tine ground engagement foot switch
to lower the tines.
valve if the weight of each operator differs.
Assembling the Weight
Control Knob
1.
• If the machine raises and the ground tires
are no longer touching, rotate the operator
weight adjustment control counterclockwise
to lower the machine until the tires touch the
ground.
Ensure that the setscrew in the weight control
knob is rotated counterclockwise enough so
that the knob slips over the shaft of the weight
control valve (Figure 59).
• If the tines are not touching the ground,
rotate the operator weight adjustment control
clockwise until the tines lower and touch the
ground (but not raise the machine).
Important: Keep the drive tires on the
ground at all times to maximize lateral
machine stability.
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5.
Release the tine ground engagement foot switch
to raise the tines.
Tine Maintenance
6.
While holding the position of the knob for the
weight control valve, tighten the jam nut.
Checking the Tines
Note: If you are having difficulty maintain the
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
valve adjustment while tightening the jam nut,
use a hex key in the shaft of the weight control
valve.
1.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop before leaving the operating position.
2.
Raise the machine and support it with jack
stands with a 460 kg (1,015 lb) capacity.
CAUTION
Raising the machine for service
or maintenance relying solely on
mechanical or hydraulic jacks could be
dangerous. The mechanical or hydraulic
jacks may not be enough support or may
malfunction allowing the machine to fall,
which could cause injury.
Do not rely solely on mechanical
or hydraulic jacks for support. Use
adequate jack stands or equivalent
support.
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Figure 60
1. Set screw (knob)
2. Hex socket (shaft—weight
control valve)
3.
Removing the Weight
Control Knob
1.
Loosen the setscrew in the knob for the weight
control valve; refer to Figure 60 in Adjusting the
Operator Weight Control Valve (page 47).
2.
Lift the knob straight from the shaft.
Remove the 2 thumbscrews (3/8 x 1 inch) and
2 washers (3/8 inch) that secure the rear-cover
panel to the chassis, and remove the panel
(Figure 61).
Note: Do not twist the knob while removing
it. If you need help maintaining the position of
the control-valve shaft, use a hex key in the
hex socket of the shaft to hold the align; refer
to Figure 60 in Adjusting the Operator Weight
Control Valve (page 47).
3.
4.
If the setscrew of the knob raised a burr on
the shaft of the weight control valve, carefully
remove the burr.
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Figure 61
Store the knob for future adjustments.
1. Chassis hole
3. Washer (3/8 inch)
2. Rear panel
4. Thumbscrew (3/8 x 1 inch)
4.
Remove rocks and other debris from the tines.
5.
Inspect the tines for wear and damage.
Note: Replace any tines that are worn or
damaged.
6.
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Align the holes in the rear-cover panel to the
holes in the chassis (Figure 61).
7.
Adjusting the Return-to-Up
Spring
Secure the cover panel to the chassis with the
2 thumbscrews and 2 washers (Figure 61) that
you removed in step 3, and torque the bolts to
37 to 45 N∙m (27 to 33 in-lb)
WARNING
Adjusting the Tine Drive
Chain
1.
Springs have stored energy. Overtightening
the springs may cause the springs to fail
which can cause serious injury or death and
damage to the machine and property.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
wait for all moving parts to stop, and remove
the key.
2.
Lift the rear of the machine and support using
jack stands or equivalent support.
3.
Check the chains on each side of the idler
sprocket, at both sides of the machine, for
proper tension.).
Make sure that the return-to-up springs are
adjusted and/or replaced as instructed in this
procedure.
Check the gap between the spring bracket and the
end of the spring as shown in Figure 63. The gap
should measure 35 mm (1.38 inch). The adjustment
is made by turning the bolt at the front of each spring
(clockwise will shorten the gap, counter-clockwise will
lengthen the gap).
The chains should move up and down 6 to 12
mm (1/4 to 1/2 inch).
4.
To adjust the chain tension, loosen the idler
bolt and threaded spacer, and push up on the
sprocket to tighten the chain (Figure 62).
Important: Do not overtighten the chain.
Significant chain wear can occur and will
shorten the life of an overtightened chain.
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Figure 63
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1. 35 mm (1.38 inch)
Figure 62
1. Idler bolt
3. Threaded spacer
Important: The springs must be replaced it the
2. Idler sprocket
5.
gap is less than 29 mm (1.13 inches).
Always replace both return-to-up springs. This
prevents uneven loading and possible damage to
the machine.
Check the chain tension and tighten the idler
bolt.
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Chassis Maintenance
Cleaning
Check for Loose Hardware
Washing the Machine
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
Wash the machine as needed using water alone
or with a mild detergent. You may use a rag when
washing the machine.
1.
2.
Engage parking brake, shut off the engine,
remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop before leaving the operator’s position.
Important: Do not use brackish or reclaimed
water to clean the machine.
Inspect machine for any loose hardware or any
other possible problem. Tighten hardware or
correct the problem before operating.
Important: Do not use power-washing equipment
to wash the machine. Power-washing equipment
may damage the electrical system, loosen
important decals, or wash away necessary grease
at friction points. Avoid excessive use of water
near the control panel, engine, and battery.
Important: Do not wash the machine with the
engine running. Washing the machine with the
engine running may result in internal engine
damage.
Cleaning the Engine and
the Exhaust System Area
Service Interval: Before each use or daily (more
often in dry or dirty conditions).
CAUTION
Excessive debris around engine cooling air
intake and exhaust system area can cause
engine, exhaust area, and hydraulic system to
overheat, which can create a fire hazard.
Clean all debris from engine and exhaust
system area.
1.
2.
3.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop before leaving the operating position.
Clean all debris from screen at the top of the
engine, around engine shrouding, and exhaust
system area.
Wipe up any excessive grease or oil around the
engine and exhaust system area.
Removing the Engine
Shrouds and Cleaning the
Cooling Fins
Service Interval: Every 80 hours
1. Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop before leaving the operating position.
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2.
Remove cooling shrouds from engine.
3.
Clean cooling fins of the engine.
for batteries must follow relevant federal, state, or
local laws.
If a battery is being replaced or if the machine
containing the battery is no longer operating and is
being scrapped, remove the battery and take it to a
local certified recycling center. If no local recycling
is available return the battery to any certified battery
reseller.
Note: Also clean dust, dirt, and oil from external
surfaces of engine, which can cause improper
cooling.
4.
Install the cooling shrouds into the engine.
Important: Operating the engine without
cooling shrouds causes engine damage due
to overheating. Do not operate the machine
without the cooling shrouds.
Cleaning the Debris from
the Machine
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
1.
Shut off the engine, engage the parking brake,
remove the key, and wait for all moving parts to
stop before leaving the operating position.
2.
Clean off any oil, debris, or grass buildup on the
machine and aerator deck.
3.
Clean off any debris or grass under the chain
guards, around the fuel tank, and around the
engine and exhaust area.
Disposing of Waste
Disposing of Waste Oil
Engine oil and hydraulic fluid are both pollutants to
the environment. Dispose of used oil at a certified
recycling center or according to your state and local
regulations.
Disposing of the Battery
DANGER
Battery electrolyte contains sulfuric acid,
which is poisonous and can cause severe
burns. Swallowing electrolyte can be fatal or
if it touches skin can cause severe burns.
• Wear safety glasses to shield eyes, and
rubber gloves to protect skin and clothing
when handling electrolyte.
• Do not swallow electrolyte.
• In the event of an accident, flush with water
and call a doctor immediately.
Federal law states that batteries should not be placed
in the garbage. Management and disposal practices
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Storage
1.
Raise the tines, stop the machine, shut off the
engine, engage the parking brake, and remove
the key. Place the key out of reach from children
2.
Remove dirt and grime from the entire machine.
Important: You can wash the machine
with mild detergent and water. Do not
pressure-wash the machine. Avoid
excessive use of water, especially near the
engine and hydrostatic drive.
3.
Service the air cleaner; refer to Servicing the Air
Cleaner (page 31).
4.
Lubricate the machine; refer to Lubrication
(page 30).
5.
Change the engine oil; refer to Changing the
Engine Oil (page 33).
6.
Check and tighten all bolts, nuts, and screws.
Repair or replace any part that is damaged.
7.
Paint all scratched or bare metal surfaces. Paint
is available from your authorized Toro distributor.
8.
Store the machine in a clean, dry garage or
storage area.
9.
Cover the machine to protect it and keep it clean.
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Troubleshooting
Alert and Error Messages
Message
Icon
Voltage Error
Description
Resolution
The ignition key is in the
position and the smart
controller/electronic depth
control measures that the
electrical system is less than
12.3V or greater than 16V.
Check the battery, charging
system, and wiring.
RUN
The voltage error icon displays,
and the LED status light flashes
a red.
An over-current event occurs at
the solenoid valve.
Valve Solenoid Overcurrent
Error
Check the valve solenoid and
inspect it for damage and wear.
The valve solenoid over-current
error displays with the number
2 and the LED status light
flashes a red.
Valve Solenoid Open Error
1 of the 2 valve solenoids
or both valve solenoids are
disconnected.
Connect the valve solenoid(s).
The valve solenoid open error
displays with the number 6 and
the LED status light flashes a
red.
The valve solenoids are
connected wrong (the
connector for the relief valve is
connected to the other valve
solenoid).
Valve Solenoid Connection
Error
Swap the valve solenoid
connectors.
The valve solenoid connection
error alert displays, and the
tines will not operate until the
fault is corrected.
Troubleshooting Table
Problem
The starter does not crank.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
1. The parking brake is not engaged.
1. Engage the parking brake.
2. The battery does not have a full
charge.
3. The electrical connections are
corroded, loose or faulty.
2. Charge the battery.
4. A fuse is blown.
5. A relay or switch is not functioning
properly.
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3. Check the electrical connections for
good contact. Clean the connector
terminals thoroughly with electrical
contact cleaner, apply dielectric
grease, and reconnect.
4. Replace the blown fuse.
5. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer.
Problem
The engine does not start, starts hard, or
fails to keep running.
Possible Cause
1. The fuel tank is empty.
1. Fill the fuel tank.
2. The fuel-shutoff valve is closed.
3. The throttle and choke are not in the
correct position.
2. Open the fuel-shutoff valve.
3. Ensure that the throttle level is midway
between the SLOW and FAST positions,
and the choke is in the ON position for
a cold engine or the OFF position for a
warm engine.
4. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer.
4. There is dirt, water, or stale fuel is in
the fuel system.
5. The air cleaner is dirty.
6. The electrical connections are
corroded, loose or faulty.
7. A relay or switch is not functioning
properly.
8. The spark plug is faulty.
9. The spark-plug wire is not connected.
10. The ambient temperature is too low.
The engine loses power.
The machine pulls left or right (with levers
fully forward).
The machine does not drive.
There is abnormal vibration.
5. Clean or replace the air-cleaner
element.
6. Check the electrical connections
for good contact. Clean connector
terminals thoroughly with electrical
contact cleaner, apply dielectric
grease, and connect.
7. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer.
8. Clean, adjust, or replace the spark
plug.
9. Check the spark-plug wire connection.
10. Place the machine into a warmer
environment and allow the hydraulic
fluid and engine oil to warm sufficiently.
1. The engine load is excessive.
1. Reduce the ground speed or aeration
depth.
2. The air cleaner is dirty.
2. Clean or replace the air-cleaner
element.
3. Add oil to the crankcase.
4. Remove the obstructions from the
cooling fins and air passages.
5. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer.
3. The oil level in the crankcase is low.
4. The cooling fins and air passages for
the engine are plugged.
5. There is dirt, water, or stale fuel is in
the fuel system.
The engine overheats.
Corrective Action
1. The engine load is excessive.
1. Reduce the ground speed or aeration
depth.
2. The oil level in the crankcase is low.
3. The cooling fins and air passages for
the engine are plugged.
2. Add oil to the crankcase.
3. Remove the obstructions from the
cooling fins and air passages.
1. The tire pressure in drive tires is not
correct.
1. Adjust the tire pressure in the drive
tires.
2. The tracking needs adjustment.
2. Adjust the traction-control linkage.
1. The transmission belt worn, loose, or
broken.
1. Change the belt.
2. The transmission belt is off a pulley.
2. Change the belt.
1. A tine is bent.
1. Install a new tine.
2. The tine mounting bolt is loose.
3. The engine mounting bolts are loose.
4. There is a loose engine pulley or idler
pulley.
5. The engine pulley is damaged.
6. A belt is damaged.
7. The chains are not properly tensioned.
2. Tighten the tine mounting bolt.
3. Tighten the engine mounting bolts.
4. Tighten the appropriate pulley.
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5. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer.
6. Install a new belt.
7. Check the drive wheel chain tension
and the tine drive-chain tension.
Problem
The tines do not raise.
The tines do not engage the ground.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
1. There is a short in the wire harness.
1. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer.
2. The return-to-up springs are not
properly adjusted.
3. The return-to-up springs are damaged.
2. Adjust the return-to-up springs.
3. Replace the return-to-up springs.
1. The tine down pressure setting is too
low.
1. Increase the tine down pressure.
2. Electronic depth control is set too
shallow.
3. The harness/switch is damaged.
4. The auxiliary reservoir is low on oil.
2. Increase the electrical depth control
setting.
3. Contact an Authorized Service Dealer.
4. Add oil to the reservoir.
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J02
1
Electrical Schematic (Rev. A)
56
BLACK
BLACK
RED/WHITE
RED/WHITE
SERVICE PORT
CAP02
P09
1
BLACK
2
RED/GREEN
5
YELLOW
4
GREEN
3
RED/WHITE
6
GND
PWR - FUSED
CAN HI
CAN LO
PWR -SW
NC
MAIN
F01 15A
ACC'Y
2
FUSE BLOCK
P06
ORANGE/RED
12
6
P04 Sol B- Sol B+ P04
2
1 VIOLET/BLACK
Relief
Manifold Assembly
P03
P03 Sol A-L02
Sol A+
2
1 VIOLET/RED
Valve
BRAKE SWITCH
SW03
P11
2
11
86
BLUE/BLACK
9
85
4
5
87
BLUE/RED
10
RED/GREEN
30
3
P11
1
TERMINAL -
FOOT SWITCH
P10
SW02
2
TERMINAL +
RED
BLACK
BLACK
F02 20A
8
7STARTER RELAY
K03
1
BATTERY
BT01
J01
1
IGNITION SWITCH
SW01
VIOLET/RED
VIOLET/BLACK
SP04
RED/WHITE
RED/WHITE
SP01 BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
SP05
BLUE
8
6
16
SW PWR
CAN LO
CAN HI
TINE UP OUT
NC
TINE DOWN OUT NC
KEY S
9
18
17
10
GREEN
YELLOW
2
4
B+
GND
BLACK
11
1
START SIG GND-S/D
YELLOW/WHITE
13
5
SEN A IN
FOOT
WHITE/BROWN
14
19
PARK BRAKE SEN B IN
WHITE/BLUE
7
12
NC
DOWN IN
WHITE/TAN
20
15
UP IN
NC
WHITE/BLACK
3
FUEL-HOUR METER
P08
P08
DIS01
BLUE
RED/GREEN
BLUE/BLACK
GREEN/GRAY
GREEN/BROWN
RED/WHITE
RED/WHITE
RED/WHITE
RED/WHITE
RED/WHITE
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
BLACK
BLUE/YELLOW
BLUE
RED/GREEN
RED/GREEN
ORANGE
BLUE
RED/WHITE
SP03
A A
S B
RED/GREEN
RED/GREEN
RED/GREEN
RED/GREEN
START
P07
OFF
P07
RUN I C
D B
J06
J04
J03
J05 REG
DC
REG
7
5
UP
6
BLACK
8
3
4
(ON)-OFF-(ON)
P12
S04
1
BLACK
DOWN
P12
2
ALT
FLYWHEEL
IGNITION
MODULES
ENGINE - KOHLER
ENG01
QUADRATURE SENSOR
P02
SEN01
2 GND
1 PWR
3 CHANNEL A
4 CHANNEL B
ENG
GND
VIOLET
P05
1 MAG BLACK
BLACK
RED/WHITE
WHITE/BROWN
WHITE/BLUE
BLACK
BLUE/RED
RED
RED/GREEN
YELLOW/WHITE
B+ START
P10
1
RED
RED
ACC'Y
CAP01
P01
B
ACC PWR
ORANGE/RED
A
GND
BLACK
C
ACC SIGNAL
ORANGE
SP02
RED
Schematics
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Hydraulic Schematic (Rev. A)
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connection with the sale, purchase or merger of a business. We will never sell your personal information to any other company for marketing purposes.
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Toro will keep your personal information as long as it is relevant for the above purposes and in accordance with legal requirements. For more information
about applicable retention periods please contact [email protected]
Toro’s Commitment to Security
Your personal information may be processed in the US or another country which may have less strict data protection laws than your country of residence.
Whenever we transfer your information outside of your country of residence, we will take legally required steps to ensure that appropriate safeguards are
in place to protect your information and to make sure it is treated securely.
Access and Correction
You may have the right to correct or review your personal data, or object to or restrict the processing of your data. To do so, please contact us by email
at [email protected] If you have concerns about the way in which Toro has handled your information, we encourage you to raise this directly with us.
Please note that European residents have the right to complain to your Data Protection Authority.
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California Proposition 65 Warning Information
What is this warning?
You may see a product for sale that has a warning label like the following:
WARNING: Cancer and Reproductive Harm—www.p65Warnings.ca.gov.
What is Prop 65?
Prop 65 applies to any company operating in California, selling products in California, or manufacturing products that may be sold in or brought into
California. It mandates that the Governor of California maintain and publish a list of chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects, and/or other
reproductive harm. The list, which is updated annually, includes hundreds of chemicals found in many everyday items. The purpose of Prop 65 is to
inform the public about exposure to these chemicals.
Prop 65 does not ban the sale of products containing these chemicals but instead requires warnings on any product, product packaging, or literature with
the product. Moreover, a Prop 65 warning does not mean that a product is in violation of any product safety standards or requirements. In fact, the
California government has clarified that a Prop 65 warning “is not the same as a regulatory decision that a product is ‘safe’ or ‘unsafe.’” Many of these
chemicals have been used in everyday products for years without documented harm. For more information, go to https://oag.ca.gov/prop65/faqs-view-all.
A Prop 65 warning means that a company has either (1) evaluated the exposure and has concluded that it exceeds the “no significant risk level”; or (2)
has chosen to provide a warning based on its understanding about the presence of a listed chemical without attempting to evaluate the exposure.
Does this law apply everywhere?
Prop 65 warnings are required under California law only. These warnings are seen throughout California in a wide range of settings, including but not
limited to restaurants, grocery stores, hotels, schools, and hospitals, and on a wide variety of products. Additionally, some online and mail order
retailers provide Prop 65 warnings on their websites or in catalogs.
How do the California warnings compare to federal limits?
Prop 65 standards are often more stringent than federal and international standards. There are various substances that require a Prop 65 warning
at levels that are far lower than federal action limits. For example, the Prop 65 standard for warnings for lead is 0.5 μg/day, which is well below
the federal and international standards.
Why don’t all similar products carry the warning?
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Products sold in California require Prop 65 labelling while similar products sold elsewhere do not.
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The enforcement of Prop 65 is inconsistent.
A company involved in a Prop 65 lawsuit reaching a settlement may be required to use Prop 65 warnings for its products, but other companies
making similar products may have no such requirement.
Companies may elect not to provide warnings because they conclude that they are not required to do so under Prop 65; a lack of warnings for a
product does not mean that the product is free of listed chemicals at similar levels.
Why does BOSS include this warning?
BOSS has chosen to provide consumers with as much information as possible so that they can make informed decisions about the products they buy and
use. BOSS provides warnings in certain cases based on its knowledge of the presence of one or more listed chemicals without evaluating the level of
exposure, as not all the listed chemicals provide exposure limit requirements. While the exposure from BOSS products may be negligible or well within
the “no significant risk” range, out of an abundance of caution, BOSS has elected to provide the Prop 65 warnings. Moreover, if BOSS does not provide
these warnings, it could be sued by the State of California or by private parties seeking to enforce Prop 65 and subject to substantial penalties.
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