Toro Generator, T4000D User manual

Toro Generator, T4000D User manual
FORM NO. 3312 - 558
MANUAL
OPERATOR'S
MODEL NO. 62040 - 4000001 : UP
| 40000 GENERATOR
COPYRIGHT © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
The Toro Company — 1983
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55420 — U.S.A.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
Please read this manual
instructions carefully.
To emphasize special information the words
WARNING, IMPORTANT and NOTE carry
special meanings and should be carefully
reviewed.
and follow its
WARNING:
The personal safety of the operator
may be involved. Disregarding this
information could result in injury to
the operator.
IMPORTANT:
These instructions point out special
service procedures or precautions that
must be followed to avoid damaging
the machine.
NOTE:
Special information to make mainte-
nance easier or important instructions
clearer.
All information, illustrations and specifica-
tions contained in this manual are based on
the latest product information available at
the time of publication. Due to improve-
ments or other changes, there may be some
discrepancies in this manual. TORO reserves
the right to make changes at any time.
Copyright © All Rights Reserved The Toro
Company — 1983
Minneapolis, Mn 55420—U.S.A.
FOREWORD
The TORO O generator T4000D uses a
forced air-cooled, 4-cycle engine with side
valves. This features quiet operation, excel-
lent durability and stable performance.
The revolving field type self-exciting gene-
rator produces an AC voltage which is
controlled at a constant level by an A.V.R.
(automatic voltage regulator).
This manual provides the technical infor-
mation required for the operating handling
and routine care of the TORO Generator
T4000D.
We hope that you will use the generator
in the correct manner, according to the
instructions given in this manual and vou
will keep the machine at top performance
for many years.
The Toro Company
Publications Department
CONTENTS
LOCATIONOFPARTS........... 3
PRECAUTIONS ................ 4
PRE-OPERATION CHECK ........ 7
OPERATION. ................. 10
RANGE OF APPLICATIONS ....... 13
APPLICATIONS ............... 14
HOW TO CONNECT POWER
CORDS .....ñree.reseorevrvers 16
FREQUENCY ADJUSTMENT ...... 17
DAILY INSPECTION ............ 17
PERIODIC INSPECTION .......... 19
LONG-TERM STORAGE .......... 22
TROUBLESHOOTING ........... 25
SPECIFICATIONS .............. 26
WIRING DIAGRAM
WARNING:
O Read owner's manual before
operating this generator.
O This generator is intended to be }
assembled, serviced, and inspected !
by your authorized TORO Genera-
tor Dealer prior to sale. You should
depend on him to perform these
very important operations, as failure :
to do so could result, in damage to
the generator and injury to the
operator.
LOCATION OF PARTS
Zr A=" IOMMOO DP
| TORO |
FGHI JK L
1 2
FGH | JK L M
B— — -
C— в
2] > =
RES
N OV POS
(For T4000DE)
Muffler
Oil lever alarm lamp
Ignition switch (For T4000DE)
Auto-IDLE switch (For T4000DE)
AC circuit breaker
Pilot light
Volt meter
DC terminal
Tank cap (with the fuel gauge)
AC receptacle (120V)
AC receptacle (120/240V)
Hook
Carrying handle
Front grip
= ZU ==
SS "
| ®
He
—l1 ls 4
W ии
= ——
= he
Se :
N OV
(For T4000D)
R
U
T
Checking lid
юм хе AHVIOTO
|
to
|
Fuel cock lever
Battery (For T4000DE)
Air cleaner
Earth terminal
Oil drain plug
Oil filter cap
DC circuit breaker
Choke knob (For T4000D)
Engine switch (For T4000D)
Starter grip (For T4000D)
Door handle
Rear grip
Wheel stopper
PRECAUTIONS
WARNINGS:
M To avoid fire, never use the generator
near spark, flame or other heat source.
@ To prevent fire, keep the generator at
least 1m (3 ft.) from any combustible
materials.
Handling instructions for battery
1) Use care not to spill electrolyte.
о
The electrolyte, a strong acid, must
not be given any chance to touch the
operator's eyes, skin or clothing or
the generator's painted surfaces.
If the electrolyte contacts the eye(s),
immediately wash it away with water
for approx. 15 minutes before consult-
ing physician.
If the skin or painted surfaces is
contaminated, immediate flushing is
also necessary.
2) Explosion-prone hydrogen gas occurs
throughout the charging operation.
Therefore, select a place of good
ventilation for the operation.
Also, during that operation, refrain
from smoking cigarets, using flames
or jumping sparks in the vincinity of a
battery.
3) Do not allow children to approach the
battery. _4_
® To prevent electrical shock, do not touch
with wet hands.
(5) When filling with gasoline, always stop
the engine to avoid fire. Do not overfill.
If gasoline overflows, wipe off before
operation.
Exhaust gas contains components harm-
ful to people and animals. Avoid breathing
exhaust gases and never use the generator
indoors or in tunnels.
@ Keep the generator upright at all times
to prevent spillage of gasoline and oil
which may result in fire.
Also, be sure to securely apply a chock to
the wheel.
CAUTIONS:
(M) To avoid overheating, do not cover during
operation.
(2) Do not use both AC and DC simultane-
ously. Doing so will damage the generator.
(3 Never connect the generator to a wall
socket. Doing so may damage the genera-
tor and connect electric appliance,
injure the operator or result in fire.
@ Never use the generator in rain, snow or
near water. Doing so will damage the
generator or connected electric appliance
and could cause electrical shock.
/ 71 /
==).
(© Do not wash the generator with water.
Doing so will damage the generator.
(6) Never operate the generator on unstable
or uneven ground. Doing so may cause
fuel spillage and cause the generator to
fall down or shift.
(7 To prevent engine damage, make sure to
check the engine oil level prior to opera-
tion.
(8 To prevent injury, do not operate the
generator with covers, etc. detached.
© If the generator should encounter trou-
bles, immediately stop the generator. You
should consult your TORO dealer imme-
diately.
PRE-OPERATION CHECK
CAUTION:
* This generator has been shipped
from the factory without oil.
Therefore, be certain to fill the
generator with oil according to the
following instructions before use.
* Make sure to check oil level and
add oil as necessary before use
everyday.
1. Filling engine oil
3.
Oil capacity
T4000D
T4000DE 2.11 pt. (1.0L)
CAUTION:
Oil replacement; First 20 hr
Every 100 hr
it
sis
fes
i =
Y
|
ИВ
1 №
Qil level alarm lamp
Engine oil replacement
Draining the engine oil
While the engine is still warm, remove the
oil filler cap (À and remove the drain
plug O.
Refilling with engine oil
Firmly tighten the drain plug ® and add
the engine oil through the filler up to the
upper limit line on the dipstick.
2. Check the engine oil level.
Remove the dipstick, wipe clean, insert
but do NOT screw in. Pull dipstick out
and read the level.
Upper limit
Lower limit
CAUTION:
Check the oil with the generator on
level ground.
CAUTION:
When the engine oil level comes down
to below the lower level line, the
alarm lamp turns on and the engine
stops automatically. Add the engine
oil up to the specified line and start
the engine again.
Oil viscosity:
(Multi-grade)
SAE #
—
-30-20-10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 °F
Temperature
(Single grade)
20 or 20W
10W |
- 30-20-10 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 BO 90 °F
Temperature
4. Filling gasoline
WARNING:
O Gasoline is very dangerous!
O Use unlead or regular gasoline.
O Minors should not refill the fuel
tank.
o Refuel in a well ventilated area with
the engine stopped.
o When filling gasoline, take care so
that no dust or water enters the
tank.
O Do not fill fuel tank near spark,
flame or other heat source.
O Do not fill the fuel tank more than
the red line in the fuel inlet.
6.
Handling instructions for dry-charge lead-
acid batteries
CAUTION:
This generator has been shipped from
factory without electrolyte.
Fill electrolyte at your TORO dealer.
Electrolyte should be filled according
to the procedure as follows.
Tank capacity
T4000D
T4000DE 3.43 gal. (13 L)
5, Check the fuel level
CAUTION:
Check the fuel level with the generator
on level ground. Be sure to check the
fuel level before refueling. If the level
is low, add gasoline.
! \
A X — ——
1.
1) Remove the battery from the generator.
2) Electrolyte (Dilute Sulfuric Acid) Filling.
INITIAL CHARGE
Gently and carefully fill each cell with
1.260 (at 20°C) sp. gr. electrolyte be-
tween upper limit and lower limit lines,
after unsealing the red colored vinyl
sealing tape A) puton the top of the filler
cap and removing the cap.
When allowing the battery the 2 — 3
hour stand after filling, the level falls
since electrolyte is absorbed into plates
and separators. Therefore, add the same
electrolyte to the proper level once again.
Further, place the unscrewed filler caps
on the filler openings respectively. Yet,
NEVER recap the filling opening securely.
CAUTION:
A higher ampere charging rate can
drastically reduce battery life and
efficiency due to damage to the
battery plates. Charging the battery
for a shorter period of time than the
specified will also drastically shorten
the service life of the battery and
limit its potential power to maximum.
On all subsequent battery service use
nothing but distilled water and not tap
water.
4) The standard specific gravity of the
proper electrolyte should be 1.26 sp. gr.
at 20 C (68 F).
(D Upper limit
Lower limit
3) Connecting battery to charger.
Check to see if the positive terminal of
the battery and the positive terminal of
the charger are connected properly.
CAUTION: 2. PROCEDURE AFTER COMPLETION
Charge the battery with a 12 volt OF INITIAL CHARGE
battery charger for a minimum of ten 1) Tighten the filler cap securely after the
hours limiting the maximum charging end of the initial charge. In this case,
current 2.4 amperes. check to see if the red colored vinyl
sealing tape is unsealed from the vent
hole of the filler cap. Otherwise; when
the battery is put into service keeping the
sealing tape intact, the battery will
explore. Exercise extreme care to check
the battery to ensure that its vent hole is
unsealed.
2) During initial charge, keep the top of the
cells clean well wiping with a water-
moistened cloth, when acid is spilled.
3) After charging correctly, install the
battery to the generator, as follows:
When mounting the battery to the
generator, connect the terminal @ first
and the terminal © last, where the
rubber caps should be used.
3. CAUTION DURING INITIAL CHARGE
WARNING:
1) During gassing, especially when
near the end of the charge and the
cell begins to gas freely, keep the
charging area well ventilated and
keep, UNDER ANY CIRCUM-
STANCES, open flames, lighted
cigarettes and sparks of welding
torches, etc. away from the battery.
If a spark or flame has ignited the
mixture of hydrogen and oxygen
gases, it can cause and explosion.
This leads to not only injures to
personnel but also to batteries and
equipment. Extreme care must be
taken in handling during gassing.
2) Wear protective rubber gloves,
when handling.
Finally with the battery cover being put on
the battery, tighten the inner wing nut of
the battery mounting stay first and the outer
wing nut last to secure the battery to the
generator,
OPERATION
Starting the Engine
1. Check the oil and fuel levels.
3. Turn the fuelcock lever “ON”,
CAUTION:
When the generator is operated with
its fuel tank and carburetor which have
once been emptied with fuel, fill the
fuel tank with fuel, turn the fuelcock
level to “PRI” position and wait for
about 30 seconds to turn to “ON”
position.
— 10 —
4-1. Turn the engine switch “ON”
(For T4000D)
4-2. Set the AUTO-IDLE switch “OFF”
(For T4000DE)
ENG SW
ORO
OFF N l ON
A
5. Pull the choke knob. (For T4000D)
4
6-1. Pull the starter rope. (For T4000D).
6-2. Turn the ignition switch to the
“START” position. (T4000DE)
7. Push the choke knob. (For T4000D)
CAUTION:
Do not operate the generator more
than 30 minutes at maximum output.
O
Stopping the Engine
1. Turn off any connected electric appliance.
2. Turn the AC switch “OFF”.
© ——"
> \
©
>
—11—
3. Turn the fuelcock lever "OFF",
4-1. Turn the ignition switch “OFF”.
(For T4000DE).
4-2, Turn the engine switch to the “OFF”
position. (For T4000D).
ENG Sw
Ou
«25 N
— 12 —
RANGE OF APPLICATIONS
Scope of application | When malfunctions or more
Appliance current is required than the
T4000D/ T4000DE capacity of the generator.
Circuit breaker will auto-
matically be turned off.
AC
pr EE TE EF O TE = SE Ee PT aE A TE EE Sam CC | НН
Those electric appliance in-
corporating a motor require
usually a power three times
the minimum rated input.
Hence, those appliance
whose wattage is within the
ranges listed on the left
can be connected to the
generator. However, there
are instances where some
product can not be operated,
120V depending upon the type of
240V } 60Hz Up to 950W motor windings.
DC fuse will burn out when
more current is required
than the capacity of the
generator.
Up to |
8.3A (12V) CAUTION:
Never use this generator
for charging batteries
with a capacity of less
than 12-24 AH.
— 13 —
APPLICATIONS (4) Power source for washing machine.
The TORO generator has a wide range
of applications. The following examples
are but a few of them.
CAUTION:
The power requirement of various
electrical equipment varies. Check the
rating before use.
(1) Power source for chain saws.
— 14 —
Illumination for mobile sales. @2 For charging battery.
CAUTION:
Before starting operation, read the
labels and tags attached to the genera-
tor carefully and thoroughly.
(0 For use in recreational activities.
— 15 —
CAUTION:
Before you start operating electric
appliance, be sure to check specifi-
cations as posted in the label affixed
on the equipment. Make sure that
specifications of the electric appliance
CAUTION:
AC receptacles and circuit breakers
are connected with each other res-
pectively, the O -marked with the O.
marked and the € - marked with the
O - marked, as illustrated below.
When taking out power supply from
those AC receptacles, sufficiently
check these marks to make sure the
correct power supply can be obtained,
before setting ON the required circuit
breaker.
© e
Y © (@) e
т
A
|]
match with those of the generator.
T4000D/
Models T4000DE
Rated voltage (V) | 120 | 240
Rated frequency
(Hz) 60
AC "Rated current (A) | 30.0 | 15.0
Rated output
(KVA) 3.6
DC | Rated output 12V, 8.3A
HOW TO CONNECT POWER
CORDS
A.C. Applications
NOTE:
O Make sure the pilot light is on.
O Be sure to plug the cord in com-
CAUTION:
Never connect the generator to a wall
socket. This could cause an overload
and seriously damage the generator.
pletely.
Voltage Total
Models & Hz Wattage
T4000D/T4000DE
© == ONE 2agy } SH 3.6KVA
©
— 16 —
Exclusively for
battery charge
12V, 8.3A
To charge battery FREQUENCY ADJUSTMENT
1. Turn off generator.
2. Connect battery to generator. CAUTION:
3. Start generator. Voltmeter-attached T4000 series can
After battery is charged not be adjust unless using a tacho-
Turn off generator befor meter. Accordingly, when they have to
battery. generator before disconnecting be adjusted, consult your TORO
2. Disconnect battery by removing leads dealer.
from battery first.
NOTE:
WARNING: A vast majority of the AC power and
Charge battery in a well-ventilated area appliance in the United States operate
because gases are produced while at 60Hz. For this reason your generator
battery is being charged. Do not inhale comes adjusted to this frequency.
the gases because nausea may result.
Also, the gases are explosive. There-
fore, do not charge battery near open
flame or electrical spark, and do not
smoke in the area of the battery when DAILY INSPECTION
it is being charged. And most impor- Prior to starting daily operation, be sure to
tantly, turn off the generator connect- check the generator for proper functions
ing or disconnecting the generator and evidence of damage, etc., as follows.
from the battery.
WARNING:
NEVER start the engine without
CAUTION: :
erforming th hecks.
O Use the D.C. terminals for charging perrera e chee
12V automotive type batteries
only.
O Never use this generator for charging
batteries with capacity of less than
12V-24AH.
o Before connecting the generator to
the battery, make sure all wires are
disconnected from the battery.
о Dont insert the plug of any other
electric appliance to this D.C. plug
socket.
CO Dont't use both A.C. and D.C.
simultaneously.
O When the electric appliance is
grounded, it is advisable to ground
the generator as well. | . ,
o Observe the connect polarity when 2. Engine oil capacity
connecting the battery to the
generator otherwise the generator
may be damaged.
1. Starter rope (T4000D)
— 17 —
3. Leakage of engine oil 6. Fuel strainer
4. Battery (For T4000DE) 7. Receptacles
Check the following
(1) The battery is securely installed.
@ The battery cords have no looseness in
the (+) and (—) terminals respectively.
The battery is free from crack or chip.
@ The battery terminals have neither
looseness nor white powder adherence.
(5) Check the electrolyte for proper level.
8. Fuel leakage
5, Pilot light
PILOT
9. High tension cord damage
CS
с
— 18 —
10. Switch
ENG SW
OFF
11. Choke knob
12. Fuelcock lever
13. Abnormal noises and vibrations
PERIODIC INSPECTION
| a | fey | mon, | зоне. о
Item one year
1 | Engine oil replacement "O *O
2 | Clean the spark plug O
3 | Clean the spark arrester O
4 | Clean the air cleaner element **О
5 | Clean the fuel strainer O
6 | Check tightness of bolts and nuts O
7 | Check specific gravity ***О
8 | Combustion chamber cleaning ***О
9 | Tappet clearance adjustment ae
10 | Valve maintenance ***О
CAUTION:
* Check oil level and add cil as necessary everyday.
** When used in dusty areas, the air cleaner should be serviced more frequently.
... For thess check-ups, ask your TORO dealer. Don't make thess check-ups by yourself.
— 19 —
1. Engine oil replacement
See page 7.
2. Clean the spark plug
A dirty, oily or sooty spark plug will
adversely affect engine performance.
(1) Remove the spark plug.
3.
@) Check for carbon deposits or discolo- @
ration (burning.)
NGK BP5HS
(9) Remove the carbon.
®
— 20 —
® Adjust the spark plug gap.
0.7 — 0.8 mm
(0.028 — 0.031 in.)
Clean the spark arrester
The exhaust system muffler assembly
contains a spark arrester that must be
cleaned periodically to remove accum-
lated carbon particles.
Remove the screw (2) and pull the screen
comp. (1) out.
@ Start the engine and dislodage the accu-
mulated carbon particles inside the 2nd
muffler 3).
@ If the screen is clogged with soot or
carbon, use a screwdriver or the like to
scrape it away. At this time, care should
be exercised that the screen be neither
indented nor reformed.
After cleaning, install the screen comp.
(1) with the screw (2).
@
D
@
1st muffler
v
Screen portion
Sectional view of screen comp.
4. Clean the air cleaner element (4) Oil the element with engine oil.
A dirty or clogged air cleaner will result
in engine power loss. Clean it periodically.
(1) Remove the air cleaner element.
(5) Squeeze excess oil from the element.
Install the element carefully.
(2) Wash the element in nonflammable
cleaning solvent.
CAUTION:
О When used in dusty area, the air
cleaner should be serviced more
frequently.
Squeeze the element dry. O When installing the element, make
sure that the element seals all of
the way around its edge.
5. Clean the fuel strainer
CAUTION:
Place the fuelcock lever in “PRI” posi-
tion and drain all the fuel off from
the tank. Then, follow the procedure
below to clean the fuel strainer.
0
0
:
— 21 —
(1) Remove the fuelcock assembly.
(2) Separate the fuel filter from the fuel-
cock assembly,
(8) Wash the fuel filter with non-flammable
cleaning solvent.
6. Check tightness of bolts and nuts
LONG-TERM STORAGE
1. Gently pull the recoil starter, until you
start feeling a drag. Then, stop pulling of
the recoil starter.
This is done so that valve comes to a
closed position. (For T4000D)
22 —
2. Drain all gasoline from the fuel tank and
carburetor. |
Follow all gasoline handling warnings.
o
. Drain the existing engine oil and refill
with new oil.
4. Remove the spark plug and pour 1 or 2
tablespoons of engine oil into spark plug
hole. Reinstall the spark plug.
5. Retighten the bolts and nuts.
"À
53)
y N
! À
y
Nh —
6. Clean air cleaner element.
See page 21.
7. Clean the fuel strainer.
Wash the fuel strainer parts in non-
flammable cleaning solvent.
See page 21.
8. Thoroughly wipe off dust or dirt from
the top of the generator body.
9. Cover the generator body with a card-
board box or vinyl cover, etc.
X
— 23 —
10. Battery is discharged naturally even
when not used.
This makes it necessary to give additio-
nal charging to the battery at least
once a month,
CAUTION:
A red colored vinyl sealing tape À is
put on the top of the filler cap in
order to protect the plates from
oxidation in storage. Therefore, care
must be taken not to seal the sealing
tape and/or filler cap.
11. As a storage site, select a place free from
dust, with low humidity.
— 24 —
TROUBLESHOOTING
Symptoms and possibles causes
Circuit breaker goes
out
Output voltage is
proper (frequency is
fixed)
Output voltage or .
Symptoms other reading Possible causes
Pilot lamp lights but ov Contact failure in outlet
AC output is dead Disconnection in main coil
= (red lead)
2 2 Contact failure in circuit breaker
8 à | Pilot lamp does not 1 — 3V (AC) Disconnection in rotor coil
© q light and AC output Contact failure or wear of brushes
= is dead Disconnection in auxiliary coil
B AVR malfunction
3 Disconnection in main coil
> «| AC output is alive but ov Diodes defective
2 DC output is not (about 6V) Lead disconnected
2 {pilot lamp is ON) (One of diodes defective)
2 Both AC and DC ov Disconnection in DC coil
output are dead
Pilot lamp blows or is 260V (For 240V) AVR malfunction
too bright or more
© Lamp (load) is too 160V (For 120V)
© bright or blows or less
5 Lamp (load) is dark or | Qutput voltage is Stator coil {or auxiliary coil)
&| | motor (load) runs less than 0.8 times shorted
= >| slowly the rated voltage
2|3| Rated output is not Engine speed is fixed | AVR malfunction or contact
3 ¢y| attainable (frequency is fixed) | failure of connector
3 <q Engine speed varies Engine malfunction
> (frequency falls) Governor defective
o Lowered output
= Excessive load
— 25 —
SPECIFICATIONS
ITEM T4000D/T4000DE
Rated voltage (V) 120 | 240
Frequency (Hz) 60
5|AC | Rated current (A) 30.0 | 15.0
5 Rated output (KVA) 3.6
© Maximum output (KVA) 4.0
Rated revolution (r/min) 3600
DC | Rated output 12V, 8.3A
Type Forced air-cooled, 4-cycle, gasoline
Piston displacement [cm* (cu. in)] 343 (20.9)
Bore x Stroke [mm (in.)] 82 x 65 (3.23 x 2.56)
Continuous output 50Hz : 5.1 (6.8)/3000
[kW (HP/r/min)] 60Hz : 5.8 (7.8)/3600
£| Ignition system Transistorized ignition
Е Starting system Recoil starter or Electric starter
Governor type
Centrifugal fly weight
Fuel used
Unleaded gasoline or regular gasoline
Oil capacity [ml (US/Imp. pt.)]
1000 (2.11/1.76)
Fuel tank capacity
[L (US/Imp. gal.)]
13 (3.43/2.86)
Dry weight [kg (1bs)]
T4000D : 105 (231.5)
T4000DE : 110 (242.5)
Dimension (L x W x H), [ mm (in.))
847 x 508 x 682 (33.3 x 20.0 x 26.9)
®| AC circuit breaker (A) 30 15
3
uw! DC (A) 15
Standard spark plug NGK BP5HS
* Specifications are subject to change without notice.
— 26 —
WIRING DIAGRAM
T4000D
GENERATOR
T4000DE
GENERATOR I
а
Part Name:
Bu dd == dd ld
SODHPHASUN-00 DNA Nr
Sub coil
AVR (Automatic
voltage regulator)
Condenser
Brushes
Field coil
Main coil
Diode
AC switch
(No fuse breaker)
Voltmeter
Output receptacle
Pilot light
DC terminal
Oil level alarm light
Transistor control unit
Oil level sensor
Aut idle solenoid
Fuel gauge solenoid
Rectifier
Auto idle relay
Ignition switch
— 28 —
Wire color:
Gy ... Gray
Po... Pink
В. Black
С. Сгееп
В... . Red
W. . White
Y. Yellow
Lg Light green
Br ... Brown
BI ... Blue
Lg/R . . Light green/Red
Lg/B . . Light green/Black
Lg/W . . Light green/White
R/B .. Red/Black
W/R .. White/Red
W/B .. White/Black
BI/W . . Blue/White
BI/R .. Blue/Red
PRY AI OIE
Che Corn Promise
A ONE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
The Toro Company promises to repair any TORO Product if defective in materials
or workmanship. The following time periods from the date of purchase apply:
1 Year
45 Days
Residential Product . . . . . . . . . .
Residential Products Used Commercially . . .
The costs of parts and labor are included, but the customer pays the transportation
costs. Just return anv residential product to an Authorized TORO Service Dealer
or TORO Distributor.
Should you feel your TORO Product is defective and
wish to rely on The Toro Promise, the following
procedure is recommended:
1. Contact any Authorized TORO Service Dealer,
TORO Master Service Dealer, or TORO Distributor
(the Yellow Pages of your telephone directory is
à good reference source).
2. He will either instruct you to return the product
to him or recommend another Authorized TORO
Service outlet which might be more convenient.
3. Bring the product along with your original sales
slip, or other evidence of purchase date, to the
service dealer.
4. The servicing dealer will inspect the unit, advise
vou whether the product is defective and, if so,
make all repairs necessary to correct the defect
without extra charge to you.
If for any reason you are dissatisfied with the
dealer's analysis of the defect or the service
performed, you may contact us.
Write:
TORO Consumer Service Department
8111 Lyndale Avenue South
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55420
The above remedy of product defects through
repair by an Authorized TORO Service Dealer is
the purchaser's sole remedy for any defect.
THERE 15 NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY.
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANT-
ABILITY AND FITNESS FOR USE ARE LIMITED
TO THE DURATION OF THE EXPRESS
WARRANTY,
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an
implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may
not apply to you.
This warranty applies only to parts or components
which are defective and does not cover repairs
necessary due to normal wear, misuse, accidents, or
lack of proper maintenance. Regular, routine
maintenance of the unit to keep It in proper
operating condition is the responsibility of the owner.
All warranty repairs reimbursable under The Toro
Promise must be performed by an Authorized TORO
Service Dealer using Toro approved replacement
parts.
Repairs or attempted repairs by anyone other than
an Authorized TORO Service Account are not
reimbursable under The Toro Promise. In addition,
these unauthorized repair attempts may result in
additional malfunctions, the correction of which is
not covered by warranty.
THE TORO COMPANY IS NOT LIABLE FOR IN-
DIRECT, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF
THE PRODUCT INCLUDING ANY COST OR
EXPENSE OF PROVIDING SUBSTITUTE EQUIP-
MENT OR SERVICE DURING PERIODS OF
MALFUNCTION OR NON-USE.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limit-
ation of incidental or consequential damages, so
the above limitation or exclusion may not apply
to you,
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and
you may also have other rights which vary from
state to state,
COCO)
COUNTRIES OTHER THAN THE UNITED STATES OR CANADA
Customers who have purchased TORO products exported
from the United States or Canada should contact their
TORO Distributor (Dealer) to obtain guarantee policies
for your country, province or state. If for any reason
vou are dissatishied with your Distributors service or
have difficulty obtaining guarantee information, contact
the TORO importer. If all other remedies fail, you may
contact us at The Taro Company.
International Group
Service Department
One Corporate Center
1401 Metro Boulevard
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55435 US. A.
Compliance with Radio Interference Regulations Cer tified.
Certifie Conforma au Raglemant sur le Browillage Radicalectrigue.
Litho on WS 4A
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement