Toro 1800 Power Curve Snowthrower User manual

Toro 1800 Power Curve Snowthrower User manual
FORM NO. 3318–142 Rev B
1800 Power Curve
Snowthrower
Model No. 38025 – 69000001 & Up
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Operator’s Manual
IMPORTANT: Read this manual carefully. It contains information about your
safety and the safety of others. Also become familiar with the controls and
their proper use before you operate the product.
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing a Toro product.
For your convenience, write the product model and
serial numbers in the space below.
All of us at Toro want you to be completely satisfied
with your new product, so feel free to contact your
local Authorized Service Dealer for help with service,
genuine Toro parts, or other information you may
require.
Whenever you contact your Authorized Service
Dealer or the factory, always know the model and
serial numbers of your product. These numbers will
help the Service Dealer or Service Representative
provide exact information about your specific
product. You will find the model and serial number
decal located in a unique place on the product as
shown below.
Model No:
Serial No.
Read this manual carefully to learn how to operate
and maintain your product correctly. Reading this
manual will help you and others avoid personal injury
and damage to the product. Although Toro designs,
produces and markets safe, state-of-the-art products,
you are responsible for using the product properly
and safely. You are also responsible for training
persons who you allow to use the product about safe
operation.
The Toro warning system in this manual identifies
potential hazards and has special safety messages that
help you and others avoid personal injury, even death.
DANGER, WARNING and CAUTION are signal
words used to identify the level of hazard. However,
regardless of the hazard, be extremely careful.
DANGER signals an extreme hazard that will cause
serious injury or death if the recommended
precautions are not followed.
WARNING signals a hazard that may cause serious
injury or death if the recommended precautions are
not followed.
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CAUTION signals a hazard that may cause minor or
moderate injury if the recommended precautions are
not followed.
1. Model and Serial Number Decal
Two other words are also used to highlight
information. “Important” calls attention to special
mechanical information and “Note” emphasizes
general information worthy of special attention.
The left and right side of the machine is determined
by standing behind the handle in the normal
operator’s position.
EThe Toro Company – 1996, Rev. 1998
Printed in USA
All Rights Reserved
Contents
Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safe Operating Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety and Instruction Decals . . . . . . . . . .
Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Install Upper Handle And Chute Crank . . .
Install Discharge Chute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before Starting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Unlocking Snowthrower . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Securing Power Supply Cord . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Before Operating . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting/Stopping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operating Tips . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Page
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3
4
4
5
7
7
7
9
9
9
9
Page
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12
Lubricating Snowthrower . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12
Replacing Scraper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12
Replacing Rotor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
12
Replacing Belts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
14
Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
16
Toro Service Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
16
Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Back Cover
EN-1
Safety
To assure maximum safety, best performance, and
to gain knowledge of the product, it is essential
that you or any other operator of the snowthrower
read and understand the contents of this manual
before the motor is ever started. Pay particular
attention to the safety alert symbol
which
means CAUTION, WARNING OR DANGER —
“personal safety instruction.” Read and
understand the instruction because it has to do
with safety. FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH
INSTRUCTION MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL
INJURY.
SAVE THESE
INSTRUCTIONS FOR
FUTURE REFERENCE!
3.
Thoroughly inspect area where snowthrower will
be used and remove doormats, sleds, boards,
sticks, stones, wire and debris. Watch for foreign
objects while snowthrowing.
4.
Wear adequate winter clothing and rubber boots
that will ensure proper footing on slippery
surfaces. Do not wear loose-fitting clothing that
could possibly get caught in moving parts.
5.
Keep all shields and safety devices in place. If a
shield, safety device or decal is illegible,
damaged or lost, repair or replace it before
beginning operation. Also, tighten any loose
nuts, bolts or screws.
6.
Do not use snowthrower on gravel or crushed
rock surfaces. Flying debris may cause damage
or personal injury.
7.
WARNING - To prevent electric shock, use only
a U.L. approved extension cord suitable for
outdoor use in cold temperatures (see page 7 for
proper size and use). Replace a damaged
extension cord immediately.
8.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, this
appliance has a polarized plug (one blade is
wider than the other) (Fig. 7) and will require the
use of a polarized extension cord. The appliance
plug will fit into a polarized extension cord only
one way. If the plug does not fit fully into the
extension cord, reverse the plug. If the plug still
does not fit, obtain a correct polarized extension
cord. A polarized extension cord will require the
use of a polarized wall outlet. This plug will fit
into the polarized wall outlet only one way. If
the plug does not fit fully into the wall outlet,
reverse the plug. If the plug still does not fit,
contact a qualified electrician to install the
proper wall outlet. Do not change the equipment
plug, extension cord receptacle, or extension
cord plug in any way.
Safe Operating Practices
Always follow all safety instructions to avoid serious
injury or death.
General Operation
1.
Read this manual carefully before operating the
snowthrower. Become familiar with the controls
and proper use of the snowthrower. Never allow
children under 16 years of age to operate the
snowthrower. Never allow adults to operate
snowthrower without proper instructions.
2.
The operator of the snowthrower is responsible
for keeping everyone, especially children and
pets, away from area of operation. The operator
is responsible for accidents or hazards occurring
to other people or their property. Always direct
discharge chute away from people.
EN-2
Safety
9.
To prevent disconnection of snowthrower cord
from extension cord during operation, tie
extension cord to loop in upper handle before
connecting to snowthrower; refer to page 8,
Figure 6 for proper procedures.
While Operating
10. Keep people and pets a safe distance away from
the snowthrower and area of operation.
11. Avoid accidental starting. Don’t carry plugged in
snowthrower with hand on control bar. Keep
away from control bar while plugging in cord.
12. If the extension cord is damaged in any manner
while plugged in, remove extension cord from
wall receptacle.
13. Do not abuse extension cord. Never carry
snowthrower by cord or pull sharply on cord to
disconnect from receptacle. Keep cord away
from heat, oil and sharp edges.
14. Always keep extension cord away from rotating
parts to prevent damage and electric shock.
15. Operate the snowthrower only when there is
good visibility or light. Always maintain secure
footing and balance, and keep a firm grip on the
handle. Do not overreach.
16. Do not use snowthrower on a roof.
17. Be attentive when using the snowthrower, and
stay alert for holes in the terrain and other
hidden hazards.
18. STAY AWAY FROM DISCHARGE
OPENING WHILE OPERATING THE
SNOWTHROWER. Keep face, hands, feet, and
any other part of your body or clothing away
from concealed, moving or rotating parts.
19. Never operate snowthrower near bystanders,
glass enclosures, automobiles, trucks, window
wells or a drop-off without proper adjustment of
the snow discharge angle; refer to page 9, item 3
for correct operating procedure.
20. Clear snow from slopes by going up and down,
never across the face. Use caution when
changing directions. Never clear snow from
steep slopes.
21. Operation of the snowthrower in the hand–held
position (wheels off the ground) is unsafe except
when used in accordance with special
instructions in the Operator’s Manual. See page
10, items 6 and 7.
22. When using the secondary handle, always turn
chute in the opposite direction from where you
are standing.
23. Do not force chute deflector too far forward. A
gap will occur between chute and chute deflector
which will allow snow and anything that may be
picked up by snowthrower to fly in the direction
of the operator.
24. DO NOT OVERLOAD THE
SNOWTHROWER BY CLEARING SNOW
AT TOO FAST A RATE. LET THE UNIT
DO THE WORK.
25. If a solid object is hit or snowthrower vibrates
abnormally, stop snowthrower and wait for all
movement to stop. Disconnect extension cord
and check snowthrower immediately for possible
damage, an obstruction, debris in rotor or loose
parts. Vibration is generally a sign of trouble.
Repair any damage before operating
snowthrower again.
26. Before adjusting, cleaning, repairing or
inspecting the snowthrower, or before
unclogging the discharge chute, stop
snowthrower by releasing the control bar and
wait for all moving parts to stop. Also,
disconnect cord from receptacle to prevent
accidental starting.
27. When through using snowthrower, let it run for a
few minutes so ice does not freeze moving parts.
28. Disconnect extension cord from cord receptacle,
turn key clockwise and remove key from handle
if snowthrower will be left unattended.
EN-3
Safety
Maintenance
29. Perform only those maintenance instructions
described in this manual. Disconnect cord from
receptacle before performing maintenance
procedures to prevent the possibility of
accidental starting. If major repairs are ever
needed, contact your local Authorized TORO
Service Dealer or TORO Service Center for
assistance.
30. Keep the snowthrower in safe operating
condition by keeping nuts, bolts and screws
tight. Check all fasteners frequently to assure
they are tight.
31. Store snowthrower indoors when not in use in a
dry, locked-up place out of reach of children.
Remove extension cord from snowthrower and
store with snowthrower to prevent
misplacement. Lock snowthrower and remove
key from handle. Store key in a memorable
place.
32. At the time of manufacture, the snowthrower
conformed to and exceeded safety standards in
effect for snowthrowers. Therefore, to assure
best performance and safety, purchase genuine
TORO replacement parts and accessories to keep
your TORO all TORO. NEVER USE “WILL
FIT” REPLACEMENT PARTS AND
ACCESSORIES.
Safety and Instruction Decals
Safety decals and instructions are easily visible to the operator and are located near
any area of potential danger. Replace any decal that is damaged or lost.
ON HANDLE
ON REAR OF SHROUD
ON REAR OF SHROUD
(Part No. 73-0450)
EN-4
Assembly
Install Upper Handle And
Chute Crank
Note:
1.
1
Determine left and right hand sides of
snowthrower by standing in normal
operating position.
SQUEEZE
Stand snowthrower on wheels and position upper
handle to prepare for handle assembly. Inspect
the open internal wiring. If damaged do not
assemble. Contact your TORO Service Dealer.
2
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Figure 1
1. Upper tubing
POTENTIAL HAZARD
• Internal wiring could be damaged during
assembly.
5.
2. Lower tubing
Place the mounting plate over the tubes (Fig. 2).
Align mounting plate holes with upper and lower
tubing holes.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
• Damaged wiring could cause serious
personal injury when operating
snowthrower.
2
4
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
1
3
• Use care so electrical wiring will not be
damaged during assembly.
• If wiring is damaged, do not assemble
snowthrower. Contact your TORO Service
Dealer.
2.
Carefully insert right side of upper tubing over
end of lower right side tubing (Fig. 1).
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Figure 2
3.
Carefully insert left side of upper tubing into
end of lower left side tubing (Fig. 1).
4.
Squeeze upper tubes together as shown in
Figure 1. Wiggle upper tubes down until
mounting holes in upper and lower tubing are
aligned (Fig. 1).
1. Mounting plate
2. Shroud
6.
3. Chute crank
4. Gear
Insert end of chute crank through hole in shroud.
Turn chute crank rod lightly until flattened end
drops into slot in gear. Firmly push chute crank
into gear until it snaps into place
(Fig. 2 & 3).
EN-5
Assembly
Install Discharge Chute (Fig. 4)
2
1
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Figure 3
1. Chute crank
7.
2. Chute crank gear
1.
Position deflector onto discharge chute, aligning
mounting holes. Insert a rubber washer between
deflector and discharge chute while maintaining
hole alignment.
2.
Secure deflector to discharge chute with (2)
5/16–18 carriage bolts, metal washers, and
locknuts. Make sure the square shoulders on the
carriage bolts align with inside square on
discharge chute. Position metal washers to the
outside of deflector as shown in Figure 3. DO
NOT OVERTIGHTEN BOLTS.
Secure upper and lower tubing and mounting
plate together with (2) #10–24 machine screws
and locknuts. Position screw heads on the
outside of the mounting plate. Be careful not to
damage the internal electrical wiring when
inserting screws. If hole is blocked, use a blunt
1/8” punch to carefully route electrical wiring
away from aligned holes.
1
5
6
2
4
3
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Figure 4
1. Chute deflector
2. Chute
3. Rubber washer
EN-6
4. Carriage bolt
5. Metal washer
6. Locknut
Before Starting
Unlocking Snowthrower
Securing Power Supply Cord
1.
The proper extension cord is a requirement for safe
and efficient use of your appliance. Use only a UL
listed extension cord recommended for outdoor use.
Refer to Extension Cord Chart below.
To unlock snowthrower, push key into hole
(Fig. 5). While holding key down, turn key
counterclockwise. The interlock tab rotates away
from prongs, allowing extension cord to be
plugged in (Fig. 5). Do not attempt to remove
key when in the unlocked position.
Note:
The interlock tab is a safety device to
prevent unauthorized use of
snowthrower.
EXTENSION CORD CHART
If length of extension cord is
less than or equal to:
Assure wire size gauge
(A.W.G.) in cord is:
100 ft.
150 ft.
16
14
2
Note:
LOCKED
Use of extension cord over 150 feet is
not recommended.
UNLOCKED
1
POTENTIAL HAZARD
• Contact with water while operating unit
could cause electric shock.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
• Electric shock can cause injury or death.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
• Don’t handle plug or appliance with wet
hands or while standing in water.
• Use only a UL listed extension cord
recommended for outdoor cold weather
use. Refer to Extension Cord Chart,
page 7.
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Figure 5
1. Key
2. Interlock tab
1.
Before connecting the extension cord to the
snowthrower, tie the extension cord to the loop
in the handle as shown in Figure 6. This helps to
prevent the extension cord from pulling out of
the snowthrower during operation.
EN-7
Before Starting
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Figure 6
1. Extension cord
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Figure 7
1. Enlarged prong
POTENTIAL HAZARD
• The electrical cord could be damaged.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
• A damaged electrical cord could cause a
shock or fire.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
• Thoroughly inspect electrical cord before
using unit. If cord is damaged, do not
operate unit. Replace or repair damaged
cord immediately. Contact your TORO
service dealer for assistance.
Your unit has a polarized plug. This means one prong
in the handle socket is larger than the other (Fig. 7).
When inserting the end of a suitable extension cord
into the handle socket, be sure to insert the enlarged
prong into the wide slot in the extension cord end.
See Safety Instructions, item #8, for additional
information.
EN-8
Operation
Before Operating
1.
Operating Tips
Check the condition of the unit. Make sure the
rotor turns freely.
POTENTIAL HAZARD
• If snowthrower hits a foreign object while
in operation, the object could be thrown in
operator’s or bystander’s direction.
Starting/Stopping
1.
To start rotor, squeeze the control bar (Fig. 8).
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
• Thrown objects can cause serious personal
injury.
• Snowthrower could be damaged.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
• Keep the area to be cleared free of all
foreign objects which may be picked up
and thrown by the rotor blades.
1535
1.
Always be sure to keep children and pets away
from area of operation.
2.
Keep the area to be cleared free of stones, toys,
or other foreign objects which may be picked up
and thrown by the rotor blades. Such items could
be covered by snowfall and, therefore, unnoticed
until struck by the rotor blades. If an obstruction
or foreign object is hit while operating
snowthrower, stop unit by releasing the control
bar, unplug extension cord, remove obstruction,
and check unit for damage.
3.
ADJUSTING DISCHARGE CHUTE—Rotate
the chute crank clockwise to move discharge
chute to the left and counterclockwise to move
chute to the right.
Figure 8
1. Control bar
2.
To stop rotor, release the control bar.
Note:
The chute crank makes a noise as you
turn the crank. This is normal.
The deflector handle on top of the discharge
chute controls the height of the snow stream
(Fig. 9). Adjust the height of the snow stream by
raising or lowering the chute deflector.
EN-9
Operation
1
6.
Shave down large banks of snow by placing the
snowthrower on the bank. Lift the snowthrower
by the primary and secondary handles only
(Fig. 10). Let the unit’s weight shave down the
bank in a back and forth motion.
1
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Figure 9
2
1. Chute deflector handle
POTENTIAL HAZARD
• A gap between chute and chute deflector
will allow snow and anything that may be
picked up by snowthrower to fly in the
direction of the operator.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
• Thrown objects could cause serious
personal injury.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
• Do not force chute deflector too far forward
so a gap appears between the chute and
chute deflector.
• Do not over-tighten deflector mounting
nuts so excessive force is required to adjust
deflector.
4.
Begin snow removal near the electrical outlet
and work outward. Blow back and forth, not
away and toward outlet.
When turning at the end of a swath, step over the
cord and turn the snowthrower.
5.
Always overlap each swath and discharge snow
downwind when possible.
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Figure 10
1. Primary handle
7.
2. Secondary handle
When clearing steps or deep drifts, hold the unit
by the primary and secondary handles (Fig. 10)
and use a swinging or sweeping motion.
POTENTIAL HAZARD
• When using the secondary handle, never
direct snow discharge chute at operator or
bystanders. Foreign objects could be
thrown by snowthrower.
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
• Thrown objects could cause serious
personal injury.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
• When using the secondary handle, always
turn the discharge chute in the opposite
direction from where you or bystanders are
standing.
EN-10
Operation
8.
Keep extension cord clear of obstructions, sharp
objects and all moving parts. Do not pull sharply
on cord or abuse it in any manner. Frequently
inspect cord for damage which could result in
electric shock. If cord becomes damaged in any
way, replace it.
9.
In some snow and cold weather conditions, some
controls and moving parts may freeze. Therefore,
when any control becomes hard to operate, stop
the motor by releasing the control bar,
disconnect the extension cord and check all parts
for freeze up. DO NOT USE EXCESSIVE
FORCE WHEN TRYING TO OPERATE
THE CONTROLS IF FROZEN. Free all
controls and moving parts before operating.
10. When operating snowthrower, keep snowthrower
wheels one inch off pavement by tipping unit
forward. This helps prevent snow from building
up on wheels.
11. AFTER CLEARING SNOW—Let motor run for
a few minutes so ice doesn’t freeze moving
parts. After motor is shut off, wipe ice and snow
off entire unit. Rotate chute crank several times
to clear mechanism of snow.
12. Lock snowthrower when unit is not being used.
Disconnect extension cord. Hold key down, turn
clockwise and remove key from handle to
prevent unauthorized use of machine. Store key
in a memorable place.
EN-11
Maintenance
POTENTIAL HAZARD
• If the extension cord is plugged into
snowthrower and the key is in the handle,
someone could accidentally operate
snowthrower while you are performing
maintenance on it.
2
2
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
1
• Operation of snowthrower while
maintenance is being performed on it could
cause serious personal injury.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
• Disconnect extension cord before you do
any maintenance. Hold key down, turn
clockwise and remove key from handle.
Figure 11
1. Scraper
2. Screw
Replacing Rotor
Note:
Lubricating Snowthrower
The snowthrower does not have to be lubricated; all
bearings are lubricated for the life of the product at
the factory.
1517
1.
Determine left and right sides of
snowthrower by standing in the normal
operating position.
Remove (3) screws securing right side cover and
skid to snowthrower frame (Fig. 12).
Replacing Scraper
A replaceable scraper is located at the bottom of the
rotor housing.
1.
Remove (2) screws securing scraper to
snowthrower (Fig. 11).
2.
Install new scraper and fasten securely with (2)
screws.
2
1
Figure 12
1. Right side cover
2. Screw
EN-12
3
3. Skid
1537
Maintenance
2.
Using a 3/8” Allen wrench, turn rotor shaft
clockwise (left hand thread) while holding rotor
(Fig. 13). The Allen wrench may need to be
tapped with a hammer to loosen rotor shaft.
Wedge a stick or hammer handle in rotor to
prevent rotation.
1
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Figure 15
1. Hex nut
1
2
6.
Align left side of new rotor with coupler. The
(3) bosses on rotor end must align with slots on
coupler (Fig. 16). When mounting coupler to
drive hex, coupler tabs must be aligned to inside.
Slide right side of rotor into mounting position.
2. Rotor
Note:
3.
If necessary, insert a new washer into right side
of new rotor.
1538
Figure 13
1. Rotor shaft
5.
If you are unable to remove rotor shaft
by holding rotor, remove left side
cover and skid (Fig. 14). Hold hex nut
with 7/8” wrench while unscrewing
rotor shaft (Fig. 15).
Hold rotor and pull out rotor shaft.
1
4
3
2
1518
Figure 16
1
2
4.
3. Slot
4. Drive hex
1539
Figure 14
1. Left side cover
1. Coupler
2. Boss
7.
Reinsert rotor shaft through rotor. Make sure that
shaft fits into bearing on the right side. Torque to
a minimum of 10 ft-lbs.
8.
Reinstall cover and skid.
2. Skid
Remove rotor. Retain washer on right side of
rotor for reassembly. Replace washer if worn.
EN-13
Maintenance
Replacing Belts
1
2
Large Belt Replacement
1.
Remove (3) screws securing left side plate to
snowthrower frame (Fig. 14). Remove side plate
and skid.
1527
Figure 18
POTENTIAL HAZARD
• Idler spring could fly in your face while
being removed.
1. Large pulley
WHAT CAN HAPPEN
• Contact with flying spring could cause
personal injury.
4.
HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD
2. Belt
Slip new belt over small pulley. Lift up idler arm
and slip belt under idler pulley (Fig. 19). Rotate
rotor with left hand while walking (sliding) belt
onto large pulley with right hand (Fig. 20).
• Wear safety goggles when working with
1
idler spring.
2.
2
Remove idler spring from idler arm (Fig. 17).
2
1
3
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Figure 19
1. Idler arm
2. Idler pulley
3. Small pulley
1526
Figure 17
1. Idler spring
3.
2. Idler arm
Rotate rotor with left hand while walking
(sliding) belt off large pulley with right hand
(Fig. 18).
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Figure 20
EN-14
Maintenance
5.
Reassemble idler spring, making sure idler
pulley is riding on belt.
6.
Reinstall left side cover and skid with (3)
screws.
Small Belt Replacement
1.
Remove (3) screws securing left side plate and
skid to snowthrower frame (Fig. 14). Remove
side plate and skid.
2.
Remove large belt by slowly walking (sliding) it
off small pulley (Fig. 18). Refer to steps 2-3 in
Large Belt Replacement section.
3.
Remove small pulley bolt (left hand thread) by
turning bolt clockwise, remove (2) washers, and
small pulley (Fig. 21).
4.
Remove and discard small belt (Fig. 21).
8.
When tightening bolt, bolt head and washers
must be flush against small pulley. Torque bolt
to 25-30 in-lbs. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN
BOLT.
9.
Slip large belt over small pulley (Fig. 20). Refer
to Large Belt Replacement, steps 4-6.
5
4
3
2
1
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Figure 21
1. Bolt (left hand thread)
2. Washers
3. Small pulley
4. Small belt
5. Motor shaft pulley
5.
Slide (2) washers onto bolt. Insert bolt through
small pulley. Bolt must ride on bearings in small
pulley.
6.
Place new belt on small pulley.
7.
Slide belt over motor shaft pulley (Fig. 21).
EN-15
Storage
4.
Examine the snowthrower thoroughly for worn,
loose or damaged parts. If parts repair or
replacement is necessary, contact your local
Authorized TORO Service Dealer for assistance.
Disconnect the extension cord from the
snowthrower.
5.
Store the extension cord with the snowthrower to
prevent misplacement.
Examine extension cord thoroughly for signs of
wear or damage. Replace, if worn or damaged.
6.
Store the snowthrower in a clean, dry place.
Cover it to provide protection.
1.
Run snowthrower for a few minutes to melt any
snow that may have accumulated on unit during
use.
2.
3.
Toro Service Support
If your unit requires service or maintenance, your nearest TORO Master Service Dealer is the best dealer to assist
you. Refer to the “Yellow Pages” of your local telephone directory in the section titled “Lawn Mowers.” TORO
Master Service Dealers are listed under the TORO trademark. If you need help locating a TORO Master Service
Dealer near you, call 1-800-421-9684 for assistance.
EN-16
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