Toro 26" Tiller User manual

Toro 26
 MODEL NO. 58013 — 500001 THRU 600001 & UP
MODEL NO. 58114 — 600001 THRU 600001 & UP
MODEL NO. 58125 — 530001 THRU 600001 & UP (4 HP)
MODEL NO. 58220 — 504001 THRU 600001 & UP
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(5 HP)
MODEL NO. 58231 — 500001 THRU 600001 &
3, 4 AND 5 HP TILLERS
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
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TRAINING
1. Never allow children to operate a tiller or adults to
operate it without proper instruction
2. Know the controls and how to stop quickly — READ
THE OWNER'S MANUAL. |
PREPARATION
3. Handle gasoline with care - it 1s highly flammable
A. Use approved gaschne container
B. Filt gas tank outdoors, never while engine 1s running.
Wipe up spilled gasoline
C Replace gasoline cap securely
OD. Open doors if engine 1s run ın a garage — exhaust
gases are extremely dangerous
4. Keep children and pets a safe distance away at all times.
5. Inspect the area to be tilled Remove glass, wire, metal
objects, large sticks, and stunes
OPERATION
6. Give complete and undivided attention to the Job at
hand.
7. Personal injury may result from debris thrown by this
machine. Therefore, always stay a safe distance away
from tines.
8. Maintain solid and secure footing at all times.
9. Never place face in front of tines while tines are rotating.
10. Check before each use for toose fasteners or parts
CAUTION: This tiller is engineered and tested to offer reasonably safe and effective
service, provided it is operated in strict accordance with these instructions. FAILURE
TO DO SO MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY.
11 Stop engine and disconnect spark plug lead wire before
cleaning tines, removing obstacles, making adjustments
or when leaving operating position,
12. Never place hands or feet under or into rotating parts
or concealed areas. Keep hands and feet clearly away
from tine elements, belts, pulleys etc... while engine Ss
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13 When striking a hidden object immediately place throttic
ip "STOP”“ position, disengage all controls, disconnec:
shark plug lead wire, and check for damage or lise
parts. Repair damage at once.
14 “€ not use tiller in wet soıl
: 15 Wear substantial shces while using tiller
15. “ever work on tiller while engine 1s running
MAINTENANCE
17 “eep engine free of debris buiidup.
18 Follow maintenance instructions as outlined in this
manual.
19. Have an .authorized Toro Service Dealer inspect the
tiller each year.
20. Disconnect spark plug wire before making any adjust:
ment or repair.
21. Store gasoline in an approved red metal container in a
cool, dry place.
22 Keep machine in good operating condition and keep
safety devices in place.
23 Safety and performance levels can be assured only by
{ne use of specified Toro replacement paris.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Page
Safety Instructions Front page
Foreword .... ... .. ‚2. AD
Loose Parts Chart...
General Assembly Instructions .
Preparation Before Starting
Falling With Oil...
Filling With Gasoline .
Air Cleaner a
Know Your Controls ..
Operating Instructions
Starting ........—..
Stopping And Emergency Stopping
Transport Position (Depth Gauge Bar!
Depth Gauge Bar Use
Operating Tips
Tiling Pattern
Tiling Depth ВЕ
Changing Tiling Width
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Adjusting Handle Height... ~~ 7
“Maintenance 11 8
Lubrication В —8
Servicing Air Cleaner... o . 8
Changing Ergine Oi... 2. 2... 0..0...) 8
Engine Cooling .. ..... LoL à
Changing Transmission Oil... 22... 2...
Changing Tiling Speed . . 3
Adjusting Tiler Clutch, a 9
Throttle Cor tol Adjustment .. 2410112200 9
Spark Plug. 10
Carburetor Adjustment . —.. 2 2142111200 E. 10
Engine Specifications …. CT 10
Tune-up Specifications © A 1-10,
Off Season Storage .... В ~ e. 10
Important CrJering Instructions 11
The Tore Promise
FOREWORD
TO THE TORO OWNER...
Toro knows how important proper tilhng equipment 1s for
soil conditioning and Toro designers have, over the years,
strived for and achieved the finest in tilling products You,
as a Toro owner, share the most advarced methods and
machines available today. Give it the proper care, and it will
repay you with precision service
The more you know about the operation ard mechanics of
your Toro tller, the better job it will do for you That's
why it 1s important to read your Owners Manual from
cover to cover before attempting to operatathe machine
LOOSE PARTS CHART
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| DESCRIPTION QUANTITY
Cap screw 5/16 x 1.3/4" 4
Cap screw 3/8 x 2-1,4 z
Lock nut 2
Shoulder spacer 7 ¿
Cap screw 3/8 x 1° 4
Lock nut 4
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Washer
‚ Cotter pin 2 4
Cable clip 3
Pulley cover 1
Owner's Manual! | 1
Compare 1he illustrations to your tiller so as 10 familiarize
yourself with locations of controls, lubrication points, and
adjustment sves
Study the Sa*ety Instructions thoroughly to insure proper
function.nig and to prevent injury to yourself and others
At umes mror changes are made in Toro products to
improve their efficiency. Should you notice a variation in
your tiller trat 1s not reflected in the Owner's Manual, see
your "orc dis ributor or his authorized Toro Service Dealer
[see yellow gages) for information and part numbers.
IMPORTANT: Make sure your dealer has filled out
the TORC Registration Card supplied with your ma-
chine, ana that you have received your copy. This
card valdates the date of purchase, date of warranty,
and wall ensure proper post-sale service,
SAFETY.
This Safety Alert symbol is intended to
call your attention 10 a message con-
cerning your personal safety: it
means...
ATTENTION!
BECOME ALERT!
YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!
Read and remember the message. This machine is as safe as
good, practical design can make it. Keep the Operating and
deter Insir.ictions in mind While using it. |
Unpack your tiller with care to avoid damaging 1hg unit or misplacing the loose parts. Carefully inspect the unpacked |
items to make certain damage has not occurred during shipment Be sure to locate the loose parts bag containing
‘hardware.
Copyright 1974 by
The Toro Company
2 Bloomington, Minnesota 55420 1 3 A
GENERAL ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: Tillers with slasher tines are shipiled with the outer
tines reversed on the shaft to conserve space in the cartons.
Reverse the sections and secure with the drilled pins and
hairpin cotters. Install so the sharp edge of each tine enters
the ground first when travelling forward
1. Place the depth gauge bar in the transport position as
shown in Fig. 1 and secure wit the atch
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‘ $ 5. Install appropriate end of the clutch rod through the
“om clutch tever and secure with a cotter pin. Place the
Ft, other end of the rod through the slot in the bell crank
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i eck and secure with a flat washer and cotter pin.
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IMPORTANT: The front end of the clutch rod
must be behind the flange on the reverse link.
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2. Position handle on the Tiller chessis and secure wir
four JR x 17 capscrews and lock nuts.
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3. Install the throttle cover plate and clutch lever assenaiy
on the handle with four £/°6 x 1-3/47 capscre::
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support to the right hand handle as shown in Fig.
Note that the shoulder on the spacer must face 10 lit
outside. Bénd the clip around The throttle cont oad Cy,
cable - do not pinch tight Secure the left side nv tide ` AR
same manner except there 15 no Cabre chi, Hig. 6
PREPARATION BEFORE STARTING
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The engine has been shipped from the factory without oil FILLING WITH GASOLINE
and gasoline. Therefbre it is essential that the Preparation Fill the gasoline tank with a fresh supply of the new auto:
Before Starting instructions on this page be strictly motive anti-poliution unleaded regular gasoline or regular
followed. |
gasoline.
FILLING WITH OIL
1. Place Tiller on a level surface. This i£ very important. $
tf the Tiller is tilted in one direction the oil level will be A CAUTION! Handle gasoline with care — it is $
100 low; if tilted in the other direction, the oil level will highly flammable. Do not add gasoline to your Tiller $
be too high. Make sure the area around the filler plug in an enclosed area. Fill gasoline tank outdoors $
is clean, and remove the plug. and wipe up spilled gasoline. Do not add gasoline $
2. Using a funnel, slowly pour a good grade of MS, SC, while the engine is hot or running. Keep gasoline 3
or SD classification SAE 10W-40 oil into the crankcase and storage cans clean. Use an approved container. $
to the point of overflowing. The capacity of the crank- Do not smoke when adding gasoline. Keep the area 3
case is approximately 1-1/4 pints, around the tank cap free of debris. $
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The fuel tank capacity on the 3 H.P. Tiller is approximately
two quarts, on the 4 and 5 H.P. Tilers, approximately
three quarts
DO NOT MIX OIL WITH GASOLINE. DO NOT USE
PREMIUM GASOLINE, WHITE STOVE GAS, OR
GASOLINE AQDITIVES.
3. After the proper amount of oillhas been added, replace:
the oil filler plug.
4. Change oil after the first 5 houms of operation and check
oil level after 5 operating hours or each time the Tilley
IS used.
5. After the first change, the oil should be changed ever y
25hoursof operation. {See Changing Engine Oil, page 81.
6. Check transmission oil level, making sure that Tiller :::
level. If oil is not at the point of overflowing. add a goo::
grade of No. 90 gear oil. Change transmission oil once &
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AIR CLEANER
. Remove air cleaner (See Servicing Air Cleaner, page 8),
Fig.8 and make sure foam element iggightly oiled.
KNOW YOUR CONTROLS
To engage the clutch, push the lever forward until losis
into position. To disengage, pull the lever back and 2
it to fall into the neutral position. By exerting contin:=:::s
downward pressure on the lever, the unit will be tr: ve-
verse. This will aid in freeing tines of tangled was,
getting rid of foreign objects that might be ¡jammed ag:::::::
the Tiller, and for backing out of tight places.
The throttle control positions are clearly marked o i=<
cover plate. See Operating Instructions.
Fig. 10
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
STARTING
1. Ensure that the spark plug lead wire is connected to
the spark plug.
2. Clutch MUST be disengaged.
3. Push throttle cantral lever to CHOKE position.
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4. Pull recoil starter rope quickly. Keep a firm grip on the
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TO SNAP BACK.
‘5. When engine starts, move throttie control leve:
between FAST and IDLE positions.
6. 1f engine tends to die, move throttle lever to CHOKE
position until engine begins to run smoothly
7. Return .nrottle lever between FAST and IDLE
STOPPING AND EMERGENCY STOPPING
To stop the engine, pull throttle control lever back to
STOP position.
TRANSPORT POSITION (DEPTH GAUGE BAR)
For transporting the Tiller, swing the depth gauge bar
forward between the wheels and secure with the latch as
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DEPTH GAUGE BAR USE
When the depth gauge bar drags in the loosened soil, it — N
holds the tiller back, keeping the tines digging to the
proper depth. This saves the operator most of the effort —
of holding the tiller back while it is tilling soil.
When first breaking into untilled soil, hold tiller back
manually and allow tiller to turn up hard soil. After enough
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soil has been loosened to allow depth gauge bar to drag in
tilled soil, set bar to desired depth. Proper depth of the
gauge bar depends on soil moisture, looseness, and how
deep you want the tines to dig. The deeper the bar is set,
the deeper the tines will dig. Therefore, depth of the bar >.
should be determined each time the tiller is used. With a
little experience, depth can be judged quickly. Proper depth
iz obtained when operator only has to guide the tiller. Fig. 14
TILLING DEPTH
The tilling depth may be adjusted by loosening the adjust.
ment screw. This allows the.notch on tiller drawbar to be
adjusted to the shallow or deep setting shown on the side of
the axle bracket, The shallow position is best for transport.
The axle has two slots for the notch on the tiller drawbar
to position itself in. Be sure notch is in slot before tighten:
ing adjustment screw.
The roll pin in the axle can be used as a pointer to indicate
shallow or deep setting of tiller.
OPERATING TIPS!
Rotary tillage prepares garden soil for planting, in one or
two operations. Your tiller will effectively do this job for
you with a minimum of effort.
The time for using your tiller is governed by conditions ci
moisture and firmness of the soil. Soil conditions vary
widely. It is best not to till the soil when it is t00 wet Gr
too dry. When it is too wet, the tilled soil tends to ball us
into lumps that are hard to work when they dry.
For spring break-up, or when breaking up new areas, sé:
the unit for deep tilling.
Your tiller is not limited to garden usage. Use it to prepare
flower beds and lawn areas for planting. You can operate
it to dig as deeply or as lightly as you want. When you
have dirt to dig or light grading to do, don't break you:
back with a pick and shovel. Let your tiller loosen the dir:
for you.
As you become familiar with the tiller, you'll discover tha:
it has many other uses.
TILLING PATTERN
Where possibile, we recommend tilling in a pattern simila:
to that shown in Fig. 14. Make the first pass, then skip =
space equal to the width of the Tiller, and make the retur:
pass. Then, till the skipped area. Tilling in this pattern wii
enable you to maintain better control. If the passes wer::
made side-by-side, the Tiller would tend 10 pull toward ths
tilled {saft) side.
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS (CONTINUED)
The wheels may be tilted to .the front ar to the rear hy
loosening adjustment screw positioning wheels in desired
positiorr and retightening adjustment screw.
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5. When tilling under certain conditions, such as between
rows, It may be desirable to remove one or both outer
tine sections. Simply remove the cotter pin and tine pin
to remove a section,
CHANGING TILLING WIDTH 6. The following table shows the tiled widihs you can
obtain with various tine arrangements’
The Tiller is shipped with all tines on the outer tine sections
facing inward.
TINE ARRANGEMENT TILLED WIDTH
1. If you wish additional tilling width, remove the two outer Bolo Slasher
blades from each outer tine section. 5
Two center sections only . . . © 14‘ 14
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IMPORTANT: The tines are right and left hand, outside section only . . . . . 17” —
and must be switched from one end to the
other, so the sharp edge will be forward.
Center and both outside sections
with tines on outer sections
facing inward . . . . . . . 21" —
Center and both outside sections
with two tines on each outer
section facing outward . . . . . 26" 26"
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2. Place the two blades from the left hand section on the
right section, with the blades curving outward, and the
sharp side forward.
o. ADJUSTING HANDLE HEIGHT
3. Place the two blades from the right hand séction on the
left section, with the blades curving outward and the The handle height may be adjusted to either of two
sharp side forward. positions to best suit the operator. Fig. 20 shows two
mounting positions for the wheels. Moving the wheel bolts
4. Tighten the capscrews securely. ta the unner set of holes will lower the handle.
MAINTENANCE
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LUBRICATION
Keep Tiller properly lubricated.
1. Apply a few drops of SAE 20 al to all pivot points
every 15 operating hours. Occasionally place a few
drops ef nl on the wheel bolts.
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SERVICING AIR CLEANER
Your engine is equipped with a polyurethane type eleme::
in the air cleaner. Clean air cleaner and re-oil eleme:::
every 25 hours of operation under normal conditions.
Clean every few hours under extremely dusty conditions.
To clean, proceed as follows:
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1 Яетоуе screw and remove air cleaner carefully 10 pra:
vent dirt from entering carburetor.
2. Disassemble and clean air cleaner.
3. Wash polyu. ethane element in kerosene or liquid is
tergent and water. |
4. Completely dry element by wrapping and squeer:"::
in a cloth.
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5. Soak element with engine oil. Squeeze to distribute 25:
, remove excess oil.
6. Reassemble parts and reassemble to carburetor.
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CHANGING ENGINE OIL
Change oil after the first 5 hours of operation and there-
after every 25 hours of operation as folloves.
1. Drain oil while the engine 15 warm Dirt and siudge will
be held in suspension and will drain with the otl
2. Clean the area around the filler and drain plugs and
remove the plugs
3. Allow the oil to dram into a shallow pan Be sure the
oll drains completely
4 Replace drain plug and refill crankcase vith fresh oil
{See Filling With Oil. page 4)
ENGINE COOLING
KEEP THE ENGINE CLEAN. This 1s an air-cooled engine
and clogging of the cooling system may cause serious
damage Keep the blower fins on the flyveheel. blover
screen. the cylinder and cylinder head free from dut and
foreign materia!
MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
CHANGING TRANSMISSION OIL
Change transmission oil once each year. Drain after Tiller
has been in operation; oil will be warm and will drain easily.
1. Remove gasoline from tank to prevent spilling when unit
1s tipped to drain oil.
2. Position Tiller on a flat level surface.
3. Remove filler plug.
4. Tip Tiller forward and allow oil to drain into a container.
Be sure oil drains completely. ‘
5. Refill with a good grade of SAE 90 gear oil. Replace
fuer plug.
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CHANGING TILLING SPEED
Models 58114 & 58125 (4 H.P.), 58220 & 58231 (5 H.F:
only.
The Tiller 1s shipped with the belt in the fast position. Tr
reduce Lhe speed, first REMOVE THE SPARK PLUG LEAL
WIRE and secure it in the V-shaped notch. {See Fig. 21).
Remove the pulley cover, and move the large belt to the
adjacent set of forward pulleys {small top pulley and large
bottom pulley}. Replace pulley cover DO NOT CHANGE
BELTS WHILE THE ENGINE 15 OPERATING.
When the belt is on the set of pulleys closest to the engine.
the tines revolve less rapidly for better cultivation of small
ADJUSTING TILLER CLUTCH
After some time, belt wear will occur, causing drive bell
slippage. resulting in improper clutch operation The spring
in the clutch linkage allows considerable belt wear before
an adjustment is necessary. To adjust. proceed as follows
1. Remove the pulley cover.
2. Three flat washers have been assembled on the engine
mounting bolts at the factory.
3. Remove the engine mounting bolts and move one of
the washers on each bolt from under the Tiller casting
to the top of the casting (between the casting and the
plant shield). Replace the engine mounting bolts.
4. if one washer does not give sufficient belt adjustment,
use 2 or 3 washers on each bolt.
IMPORTANT: Use the same number ot washers
on each engine mounting bolt. If this instruc-
tion is not followed. the engine base or Tiller
casting may break,
THROTTLE CONTROL ADJUSTMENT
Use the following steps to adjust the throttle control cable
at the carburetor:
1. Move the throttle control lever on the control pane! as
far forward as possible {CHOKE position).
2. Loosen throttle control cable clamp screw {on carbure:
tor) so cable can move freely.
3. Move control casing forward as far as possible on 4 &
5 H.P. models; on 3 H.P. model, move casing up.
4. Secure cable clamp and casing with screw.
5. Start engine. Make sure engine will stop when throttle
control is moved to STOP position. Readjust cable casing
MAINTENANCE (CONTINUED)
SPARK PLUG
Use the
spark plug of
placement. Clean and reset the gap at .030 ‘inch every
25 hours of operation. Apply light coaung of graphite
grease on threads before e replacing plug И ! plug is pitted or
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CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT
Minor carburetor adjustment may be required to compen-
sate for differences in fuel, temperature, altitude and load.
Adjust carburetor with tank half full of regular grade
gasoline
Initial Adjustment. Close needle valve (turn clockwise).
Do not force valve against seat or both seat and valve
could be damaged. Then open the valve 1-1/2 turns
(counterclockwise). This initial adjustment will permit the
engine to be started and warmed up before making the
final adjustment.
type specified below for re-
Final Adjustment With engine running at normal operating
speed (approximately 3000 RPM without load) close the
needle valve (turn clockwise) until engine starts to lose
speed {lean mixture). Then slowly open needle valve {turn
counterclockwise), past the point of smoothest operation,
until engine Just begins to run evenly. This mixture should
be rich enough for best performance under load.
Hold throtile in idling position. Turn idle adjusting screw
until fast idle 1s obtained {1750 RPM).
Test the engine under full load. If engine tends to stall or
die out, it usually indicates that the mixture is slightly lean
and it may be necessary to open the needle valve shghtly
to provide a cher mixture. This richer mixture may cause
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ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS
3 H.P.
Bore 2 3/8”
Stroke 1 3/4"
Displacement (cu in) 775
Horsepower at 3600 RPM 30
Torque {ft -lbs } 4 39 at 3400 RPM
3 H.P. 5 HP.
2 1/2” 29/16"
2 1/8" 27/16"
1043 1257
40 5.0
5.93 at 3050 RPM 7.66 at 3000 RPM
TUNE-UP SPECIFICATIONS
Spark Plug Type AC. Autolite Champion
Short Plug CS-45 A7N CJ-8
Long Plug GC-46 A71(3 HP) J-8
A70Q (4 & 5 HP)
OFF SEASON
In the event tiller is to be stored for any length of time (30
days or more); or at the end. of the tilling season, prepare
as follows:
1. Drain fuel tank completely to prevent gum deposits from
forming in, the carburetor, fuel line, and gas tank. Run
Îhe engine untif gas in carburetor has been expended.
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Exhaust Valve Clearance ..009-O1 1”
STORAGE
2. Drain crankcase oil while engine is warm. Refill
with fresh oil.
3. Remove spark plug. potr two or three tablespoons
of SAE 10-W-40 oil into cylinder. Crank engine
‘slowly to distribute oil. Replace spark plug.
4. Clean dirt and chaff from cylinder,
fins, and blower housing.
cylinder head
IMPORTANT ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS
Repair parts are available from your TORO dealer.
To insure getting correct parts without delay, please fur-
nish the following information:
1. Model and serial number of your tiller as shown on the
name plate.
2. Part number, description and quantity of each part
“ required.
3. Do not order by reference number; use part number
only.
For your own convenience, we suggest you write
in the numbers of your machine in the space pro-
vided below.
SERIAL HUNGTES
MATE
The ¡Nustration below shows the location of the seria!
THE TORO PROMISE
lis Toro's policy to design and produce TORO
products to provide our customers with a high level of
performance and durability in normal operation. Our
products, however, are produced in high volume, and
it 15 inevitable that occasionally a unit will reach a
customer with ¢ defect in materials or workmanship
which causes the unit to fall below the normal high
level of TORO performance. Invariably, such a defect
will be noticed in a residential product within one
year after purchase. Recognizing this possibility, Toro
has established a simple guarantee policy and pro-
cedure that is intended to assure customer sat-
isfaction. This guarantee statement 15 as follows:
SYLAR AALS YE
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> A Full One Year Warranty >=
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> The Toro Company promises to repair any TORO Product if defective in materials or wurkman- =
> ship. The following time periods from the date of purchase apply: ==
= Residential Product ........... ...... 1 year =
= Residential Products Used Commercially . . 45 days =
= The costs of parts and labor are, included, bur the customer pays the transportation costs. Jusi =
> return any residential product to an Authori: ed TORO Service Dealer or TORO Distributor. =
ПЛАТА ПАО: i, ПАСТЫ, ONE (Vi
Should the customer feel that a product is defective
and wish to rely on The Toro Promise, the following
procedure is recommended:
1. Contact any Authorized TORQ Servide Dealer or
Distributor, but preferably the dealer or distribu-
tor from whom you purchased the product.
2. He will instruct you to either return the product
to him, or tell you the name and address of your
nearest Authorized TORO Service Dealer or Distri-
butor if the product is to be returned to such a
dealer or distributor.
3. Bring the product and your original sales slip, or
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other evidence of purchase date, to the service
dealer or distributor.
4, The servicing dealer or distributor will inspect the
unit, advise you whether the product is defective
and, if so, make all repairs necessary to correct the
defect without extra charge 10 the customer.
If for any reason the customer is dissatisfied with the
dealer's or distributor’s analysis of the defect or the
service he performs, he can contact us. Write:
TORO “Customer Care” Department
8111 Lyndale Avenue South
Bloomington, Minnesota 55420
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