WHIRLAMATIC PRO - Kawasaki

WHIRLAMATIC PRO - Kawasaki
Whirlamatic™ Pro 21H, 21K
Whirlamatic™ Pro 24K, 24R
Whirlamatic™ Pro 27K, 27N, 27R
OPERATOR MANUAL AND PARTS LIST
Advance MODELS 56102500(21H), 56102501(21K)
56102670(24K), 56102671(24R)
56102502(27K), 56102503(27N / OBS), 56102620(27R)
6/00 revised 3/04 Form Number 56041496
IMPORT
ANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
IMPORTANT
This machine is only suitable for commercial use, for example in hotels, schools, hospitals, factories, shops and offices
other than normal residential housekeeping purposes.
ATTENTION!
Please read and adhere to all of the following Instructions before operating propane equipment.
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The fuel supply system and cylinder connections of the floor maintenance machine shall be checked for leakage
immediately after a cylinder is connected.
Connection and disconnection of cylinders shall be done in a well ventilated area with no source of ignition with
10 ft. (3m) from the point of connection.
When the engine of a floor maintenance machine is running the operator shall not leave the unit unattended.
When a floor maintenance machine is not in use and stored indoors, the cylinder shall be removed and stored
outdoors and protected from damage and tampering.
A sign indicating “NO SMOKING” shall be permanently displayed at the storage area. The sign shall be in
accordance with the sign required In Clause10.12.3 of CAN/CGA-b149.2-M91, Propane Installation Code. (Does not
apply in industrial buildings).
When the cylinder is attached to the floor maintenance machine for use, the operator shall not leave the unit
unattended except for short periods of time such as rest stops, washroom or meal stops.
A floor maintenance machine shall only be used In buildings:
a. provided with continuous mechanical ventilation that removes the products of combustion to the outdoors of not
less than 300 CFM for each 10,000 Btu input or fraction thereof;
b
provided with natural ventilation of not less than 300 CFM for each 10,000Btu input or fraction thereof, based on
a maximum of one quarter air change per hour for the net building volume.
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The owner of a floor maintenance machine must ensure that the operator has participated in a course authorized
by the manufacturer of the unit on the safe handling of propane and the safe operation of the machine.
The owner of a floor maintenance machine shall ensure that the unit is maintained in accordance with the
manufacturer’s recommended maintenance procedures in a safe operating condition and the owner shall
maintain a record of the maintenance for a period of two years.
Before transporting a floor machine, the cylinder shall be securely fastened, with the system valve closed and the
cylinder shall be located in a well ventilated space.
SA
VE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE
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4. BEFORE LEAVING MACHINE:
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Stop on level surface.
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Remove key (If applicable).
Turn off LPG valve on tank.
This LPG (Liquefied Petroleum Gas) machine is intended for commercial *
use; It is designed to clean floors. Do not use the machine other than
5. WHEN SERVICING MACHINE:
described in this Operator Manual.
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Keep hair, hands, feet, clothing, etc., away from moving parts.
Wear eye and ear protection when using pressurized air or
All operators must read, understand and practice the following safety *
water .
precautions:
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Keep flames and sparks away from fuel system service area.
Keep area well ventilated.
The following safety alert symbol is used throughout this manual as
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Do not smoke or allow smoking In the vicinity.
indicated in their descriptions.
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Never use non-U.L. listed fuel tank or component as a substitute.
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Use manufacturer supplied or approved replacement parts.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING!
WARNING!
To warn of hazards or unsafe practices that could result In
Engine emits toxic gases. Severe respiratory damage or
severe personal Injury or death.
asphyxiation can result. Provide adequate ventilation.
Consult with your regulatory authorities for exposure limits. Keep engine properly tuned.
To Identify actions that must be followed for safety operation of equipment.
LP gas Is extremely flammable and is explosive under
The following information signals potentially dangerous conditions to certain conditions.
CAUTION!
WARNING!
the operator of equipment.
1. DO NOT OPERATE:
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Unless trained and authorized.
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Unless operator manual Is read and understood.
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If It Is not In proper operating condition.
2. BEFORE OPERATING MACHINE:
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Check for fuel oil and liquid leaks. If leakage Is detected, shut off
fuel supply at tank Immediately.
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Keep sparks and open flame away from refueling area.
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Make sure area Is well ventilated.
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Remove any loose objects on floor .
WARNING!
Machine moves when motor is running. Stop motor before
leaving machine.
WARNING!
Do not store machine outdoors and avoid getting wet.
WARNING!
The use of supplies other than those recommended by
manufacturer may cause damage.
3. WHEN OPERATING MACHINE:
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Always wear eye protection.
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Always use extreme caution when maneuvering.
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If you smell gas: shut off LPG valve immediately, open windows,
do not touch any electrical switches, extinguish any open flame
and immediately call your gas supplier .
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Do not smoke or allow smoking in the vicinity.
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Go slow on inclines and slippery surfaces.
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Do not place flammable objects such as fuel, matches, etc., close
to the engine.
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Report machine damage or faulty operation immediately.
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Do not run continually over one minute In the park or tilted back
position, longer periods will affect oil flow and cause damage to
the engine.
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Be careful not to touch the muffler.
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Do not leave machine unattended while engine Is running.
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Keep hands, feet, hair, and loose clothing, etc. away from revolving pad and pulleys.
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Do not attempt to change pad while engine Is running.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ....................................... 2
This manual will help you get the most from your Advance™
Pro. Read it thoroughly before operating the machine.
Whirlamatic™ Pro
This product is intended for commercial use only.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .............................................................. 3
INTRODUCTION ........................................................................... 4
MACHINE SETUP ........................................................................ 5
CHECKING OIL LEVEL AND FILTERS .......................................... 5
ADJUSTING HANDLE HEIGHT .................................................... 5
INSTALLING OR CHANGING LPG FUELTANK .......................... 5
INSTALLING OR REMOVING
PAD DRIVER AND PADS .............................................................. 5
MACHINE OPERATION ............................................................... 6
STARTING MACHINE ................................................................... 6
OPERATING ELECTRIC CLUTCH (OPTIONAL) ........................... 6
STOPPING MACHINE ................................................................... 6
EMERGENCY STOPPING .............................................................. 6
PARTS AND SERVICE
Repairs, when required, should be performed by Advance service
personnel using Advance original replacement parts and accessories.
Call Advance for repair parts or service. Please specify the Model and
Serial Number when discussing your machine.
NAME PLA
TE
PLATE
The Model and Serial Number of your machine are shown on the
Nameplate on the machine. This information is needed when ordering
repair parts for the machine. Use the space below to note the Model and
Serial Number of your machine for future reference.
MODEL NUMBER
WHILE OPERATING MACHINE ................................................... 6
SERIAL NUMBER
MAINTENANCE ........................................................................... 7
DAILY MAINTENANCE ................................................................. 7
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE ............................................................. 7
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE ......................................................... 7
QUARTERLY MAINTENANCE ...................................................... 7
LIFE OF MACHINE ......................................................................... 7
FUEL SYSTEM ................................................................................ 7
CHANGING THE OIL ...................................................................... 7
ADJUSTING BELT TENSION ....................................................... 8
REFUELING AND STORING TANKS ........................................... 8
REFUELING LP GAS TANKS ......................................................... 9
STORING LP GAS TANKS ............................................................ 9
UNCRA
TING
UNCRATING
When the machine is delivered, carefully inspect the shipping carton
and the machine for damage. If damage is evident, save the shipping
carton so that it can be inspected. Contact the Advance Customer
Service Department immediately to file a freight damage claim.
STORING MACHINE .................................................................... 10
TRANSPORTING MACHINE ........................................................ 10
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE ...................................................... 11
STANDARD PARTS
PRO 21 HONDA .............................................................................. 12
PRO 21 KAWASAKI ....................................................................... 12
PRO 24 KAWASAKI ....................................................................... 14
PRO 24 ROBIN ................................................................................ 14
PRO 27 ONAN P248 (20HP) .......................................................... 16
PRO 27 KAWASAKI ....................................................................... 18
PRO 27 ROBIN ................................................................................ 20
ROBIN ZXV 653 ENGINE ............................................................... 22
ROBIN ZXV 653 CARBURETION SYSTEM ................................. 24
KAWASAKI SHUT DOWN ASSY ................................................. 26
HONDA FUEL SYSTEM ................................................................. 28
KAWASAKI FUEL SYSTEM .......................................................... 29
ROBIN FUEL SYSTEM ................................................................... 30
ELECTRIC CLUTCH ASSY ............................................................. 31
KILL SWITCH ASSY ....................................................................... 32
KAWASAKI FUEL LOAD BLOCK .................................................. 33
KAWASAKI WIRING SCHEMATIC & HARNESS ...................... 34
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MACHINE SET UP
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Unlatch and remove empty LPG fuel tank from machine and
store tank in a designated, safe area.
CHECKING OIL LEVEL AND FIL
TERS
FILTERS
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Carefully put full LPG tank on machine and position valve nozzle
Check oil level prior to starting machine. Use proper amount and
towards engine.
specified oil, in order to prevent engine damage. When filling or
changing oil, add more than one quart (946.3ml) -then check dip NOTE: Make sure LPG fuel tank matches fuel system (vapor system
stick In cap. Add additional oil If necessary but do not overfull only).
The manufacturer recommends the use of 10W30 oil. ALWAYS CHECK
OIL DAILY BEFORE USING MACHINE.
Never use a fuel tank not Intended for machine.
ATTENTION!
When checking oil, machine should be turned OFF and on level surface.
Remove dipstick and wipe clean, then replace dipstick. For Honda,
Kawasaki and Robin the cap should not be screwed In. To check Onan
engine, the cap must be screwed In all the way. ALWAYS REFER TO
YOUR ENGINE MANUAL.
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Be sure air filter Is free of dust/debris and other obstructions.
Check and clean recoil and carburetor filters If necessary. (See
Engine Owners Manual)
ADJUSTING HANDLE HEIGHT
Machine is equipped with an adjustable handle for comfort and use of
operators of different heights. With a 9/16" wrench, simply adjust handle
at pivot points until desired operating position Is reached and then
retighten bolts.
INST
ALLING OR CHANGING LPG FUEL
INSTALLING
TANK
NOTE: For refueling tank, see “REFUELING AND STORING TANKS”.
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CAUTION!
Push machine In a designated safe area.
ATTENTION!
When Installing tank, be careful not to cross thread service
coupling.
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Open tank service valve slowly and check for leaks. Close
service valve immediately if a LPG leak Is detected.
INST
ALLING OR REMOVING P
AD DRIVER
INSTALLING
PAD
AND P
ADS
PADS
Consult an authorized distributor to assist you in choosing the correct
pad for your specific cleaning need.
Pad Driver Installation:
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NOTE: Move to Step 6 for tank installation.
Fasten tank hold-down clamp to securely lock tank in position.
Adjustment to hold-down clamp can be made by threading latch
in or out.
Connect LPG fuel hose to valve nozzle by turning service coupling clockwise (Tighten according to tank supplier recommendations). Make sure service coupling Is clean and free of
damage. Also, make sure It matches machine service coupling.
Lean machine on left side (Dip stick tube down).
Place pad driver on drive shaft and spin pad driver clockwise to
install.
Pad Installation:
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Close LPG tank valve on installed tank.
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Operate engine until it stops from lack of fuel. (See Machine
Owners Operation)
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2
Tilt machine back on the rear caster (Park Position).
Remove plastic centerlock ring from pad driver. Center pad on
pad driver and secure with centerlock ring.
FOR SAFETY: Never release or bleed tank Inside building or enPad Driver Removal :
closed areas.
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With knee, apply downward pressure on bell of machine deck.
FOR SAFETY: When servicing machine, keep flames and sparks
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Place 3/4" (19 mm). Open end wrench onto top of drive shaft.
away from fuel system service area. Keep area well ventilated.
3
With rubber mallet, strike wrench to break loose shaft from pad
driver (counter-clockwise).
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Put on gloves and remove service coupling by turning counter4
Lean machine on left side (Dip stick tube down).
clockwise.
5
Remove pad driver by spinning off counter-clockwise.
revised 7/03
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MACHINE OPERA
TION
OPERATION
FOR SAFETY: Do Not operate machine unless Operation Manual is read
and understood.
STOPPING MACHINE
1
Turn LPG valve OFF at tank while running. This serves to purge
or bleed fuel hoses and carburetor system of fuel, so that there
is no danger of gas escaping from lines when tank is removed for
outside storage.
2
Tilt machine back on rear caster .
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Engine will stop running when fuel lines bleed clear.
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Pull throttle lever to STOP position after engine has stopped.
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Turn key off if equipped.
ST
ARTING MACHINE
STARTING
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With machine on level surface. check oil level prior to starting
machine.
2
Tilt machine back onto rear caster (Park Position).
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Remove any packing materials and obstructions from drive system.
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Turn LPG fuel knob ON tank. Check LPG gas level meter.
NOTE: Opening service valve too quickly may cause service check valve
to stop flow of LPG fuel. If check valve stops fuel flow, close service valve,
wait a few seconds and open valve slowly again.
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EMERGENCY STOPPING
1
Pull throttle back to STOP OR turn off key if equipped.
2
Turn LPG valve OFF at tank.
Push throttle lever to choke position for Honda engine only. All
other engines start in IDLE position.
NOTE: Engine may back fire when stopped in this manner.
Press start button OR turn key (if required) to engage starter. Do If machine is equipped with Kill Switch Option, activate switch.
not engage starter button for more than 20 seconds at a time. If
starter overheats it trips an internaI overload switch and will not WHILE OPERA
TING MACHINE
OPERATING
crank over. Wait at least 20 to 30 seconds between tries. When
engine starts, ease throttle back to running position. Do not hold
starter button in a continuous ON position, starter will burn out.
WARNING!
NOTE: For Electric Clutch model, see “OPERATING ELECTRIC CLUTCH”.
CAUTION!
Be careful not to allow the machine to come in contact with loose tiles
or other loose materials, remember the pad driver Is moving at very high
speed, and Injury can occur to the operator or passers by If pad driver
flings the loose material.
OPERA
TING ELECTRIC CLUTCH (OPOPERATING
TIONAL)
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Once engine starts, move throttle control to SLOW rpm.
2
With throttle in SLOW, engage clutch by squeezing trigger switch.
3
After clutch is engaged, move throttle to 3/4 throttle position and
then lower pad driver to floor.
CAUTION!
Never engage clutch In fast run position or with pad driver
on floor, this will cause damage to clutch.
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Exhaust contains poisonous carbon monoxide gas. Avoid
Inhalation of exhaust gases. Never operate machine in a
confined area without proper ventilation.
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Refer to (SAFETY PRECAUTION: WHEN OPERATING MACHINE)
on page 4.
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Do not run machine for more than 15 seconds in one spot or
damage will occur to the floor.
3
Do not leave unattended in idle position or with engine running
period. If machine needs to be idled for short periods, tilt
machine back and move throttle to idle. Machine should now
idle safely.
ATTENTION!
Do not Idle more than 5 minutes, longer periods will affect
oil flow and will cause damage to the engine.
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For easier maneuverability, always start on right side of aisle.
MAINTENANCE
WARNING!
Before attempting any maintenance procedures on machine, stop on level surface, shut off machine and turn off
LPG valve at tank.
ATTENTION!
Repairs and adjustments must be performed by authorized
and trained personnel.
To keep machine in good working condition, simply follow the daily,
weekly, and monthly maintenance procedures.
MONTHLY MAINTENANCE (Every 80 hours of Operation)
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Perform all daily and weekly services.
Torque the head bolts when engine is cold in a crisscross
pattern as per engine manufacturers specifications (See Engine Owners Manual).
Check valve clearance with cold engine as per engine manufacturers specifications (See Engine Owners Manual).
Torque valve cover as per engine manufacturers specifications
(See Engine Owners Manual).
Inspect spark plug. Replace if necessary.
Change oil and oil filter.
Inspect fuel hoses for leak (repair as needed).
Wash undercarriage of machine to remove all dust and debris.
To ensure proper ventilation, remove engine cover and clean
engine.
Replace air filter element and foam filter.
QUARTERLY MAINTENANCE (Every 250 Hours of Operation)
NOTE: Always record maintenance and service.
ATTENTION!
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3
Perform all of the above maintenance procedures and have
engine checked by an Authorized Service Center.
Check air gap in electronic ignition coil.
Check valves with engine cold.
Always keep machine free from dust and lint; the engine is
NOTE: Consult Engine Manual for complete servicing and adjustments
air cooled and for proper air flow to cool the engine, the information.
recoil filter must remain clean.
LIFE OF MACHINE
DAILY MAINTENANCE (Every 4 Hours of Operation)
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Check oil level (Use 10W30 oil only).
Clean recoil filter .
Check belt tension by pinching belt together. Belt should only
depress 1/2" (13mm).
Clean all air filters by blowing out dust and dirt and/or washing
the foam filters (recoil and carburetor pre- filter) with warm,
sudsy water and rinsing clean. (Be careful not to wet the paper
carburetor filters.) Be sure filters are clean and dry before use.
Do not oil foam or filter .
Make sure all components are secure and tight.
Check pad daily (clean or replace).
Clean machine.
For Dust Control models, clean dust collection bag.
WEEKLY MAINTENANCE (Every 20 Hours of Operation)
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3
4
Change oil regularly.
Clean recoil filter regularly.
Clean carburetor filter regularly.
Keep machine clean from dust and debris.
FUELSYSTEM
Adjustments for the air/fuel mixture must be made only by an Authorized
Service Center. Improper adjustments can cause high levels of carbon
monoxide emissions which may cause carbon monoxide poisoning or
it can lead to engine damage.
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Idle speed is adjusting by turning adjustment screw on regulator.
Fuel flow is adjusted by adjustment screw on carburetor spudin.
CHANGING THE OIL
Check oil level. Change oil and filters at 50 hours of operation. The manufacturer recommendations 10W30 oil.
Use 10W30 Motor Oil or other no ash motor oils designed for use 1
Run engine for five minutes to warm oil.
in propane engines. Use of non-recommended oil may void the 2
Make sure machine is on level surface. Locate oil drain plug on
engine warranty.
rear of engine beside oil cap and remove by turning counterSee Engine Owners Manual for complete servicing details
clockwise with wrench.
2
Inspect carburetor air filter by removing wing nut and over on top 3
Allow oil to run into pan under machine. Allow to completely
of carburetor. Replace if dry or deposits are present.
drain.
3
Check belt for tension. Tighten if loose. If worn, replace with 4
Install drain plug and tighten drain plug by turning clockwise
proper belt. (See “ADJUSTING BELT TENSION”). Refer to parts
with wrench.
schematic for size of belt required.
5
Slowly add one quart (946.3 mi) of 10W30 Motor Oil. Then check
4
Inspect and tighten nuts and bolts on engine and frame.
oil level with dip stick in oil fill cap. Add additional oil if neces5
Examine all propane hoses and connections for leaks or wear.
sary.
Replace if necessary.
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Replace oil-fill cap assembly. Hand tighten only.
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Grease wheels. Use white lithium grease only and use no more
than 1 pump of grease. More grease than recommended will
push seal and dust cover out, allowing dust and other foreign
materials into the bearings, shortening the life of the wheel Do not overfill and never run engine low on oil.
significantly.
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ATTENTION!
ATTENTION!
When checking oil, be sure cap is fully screwed out and
free. Do not check oil by screwing cap in and then out again,
this will give you a false reading.
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ADJUSTING BELT TENSION
Tools required:
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3/4" (19mm) open end wrench
15/16" (24mm) deep-well socket.
REFUELING AND STORING TTANKS
ANKS
The following information refers to United States regulations on propane. For outside the United States, owner, must assure that required
regulations are met.
The manufacturer would like to acknowledge NFPA 58, Standard for
Loosen Mounting Bolt on top side of machine while applying
Storage and Handling of Liquefied Petroleum Gases, 1993 Edition. This
counter-pressure to Adjusting Nut on underside of deck.
publication is available through the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) in Quincy, Massachusetts (1-800-344-3555). The NFPA was
NOTE: The mounting bolt muse be loosened first.
established to set guidelines for, among other things, the use of propane.
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Rotate Adjusting Nut counterclockwise with socket to apply
tension to belt.
Propane is a flammable gas whose vapors are heavier than air. It can
explode under certain conditions. It is not different than other items
3
While holding the tension on the Adjusting Nut. Tighten Mountcommonly used today which must be operated in a safe way such as
ing Bolt.
automobiles, gas stoves, airplanes, etc. Propane is odorized with an
agent with a distinct odor that is recognizable at very low concentra4
Check belt tension by pinching belt together. Belt should only
tions. This helps in identifying leaks even when they are small.
depress 1/2" (12mm).
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Awareness and basic safely precautions are required. As long as these
precautions are followed, risk is negligible. Ignorance, however, could
pose needless risk. Therein lies the reason behind NFPA 58 and the
Safety Publication.
NFPA 58 categorizes propane-powered buffers with fork lift trucks, (see
section 3-6.4.4). In essence, the only difference between the two lies in
the ability of the buffer with its 20-pound tank to be stored in concealed
areas (like janitor closets, etc.).
If a machine and its tank of propane were stored in a closet and afire
occurred, the propane in the tank could be a threat to fire fighters due
to the potential for a B.L.E.V.E. (Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion). Exposure of the tank to heat can also cause the relief valve to
open thereby releasing flammable vapors that can cause the fire to
intensify when ignited.
The NFPA Technical Committee prohibits the storage of such containers in buildings.
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REFUELING LP GAS TTANKS
ANKS
CAUTION!
NOTE: See ‘INSTALLING OR CHANGING LPG FUEL TANK” for Tank Avoid overfilling tanks. Only fill to 80% of capacity. The
manufacturer recommends that refueling be accomplished
Removal.
The LP gas tank supplied with machine has a 20Ib. (9.3kg), 5-gallon (18.9L)
capacity. DO NOT OVERFILL. Overfilling will cause the regulator to
freeze up. Use only D.O.T. and U.L. Listed propane tank and only fill tank
at a reputable propane dealer .
DO NOT attempt to repair the propane tank yourself. Return tank to dealer
for repair.
NOTE: Never use a tank not intended for the propane machine. Do not
substitute tanks from barbecue grills, etc.
The manufacturer exclusively uses aluminum and steel cylinders that
meet the Department of Transportation guidelines contained in the
D.O.T. # 4ET240 and are additionally U.L. listed.
by qualified personnel away from public buildings outside.
We further recommend that additional tanks be used so
that rather than refueling at the job site, a simple exchange
of tanks occurs.
STORING LP GAS TTANKS
ANKS
ATTENTION!
Tanks (20Ib.) should not be stored in buildings used by the
public or frequented by anyone passing through or working
in the building. Inside storage in buildings designated as
shop or machinery facilities are acceptable.
NFPA 58 discusses the major concerns for filling tanks properly in
Section 5-2.1.1 of the NFPA 58 says: “Containers in storage shall be so
Chapter 4. In summary, the tank should never be completely filled with
located as to minimize exposure to excessive temperature rise, physiliquid. A tank that is completely full could create a hazard. The hazard is
cal damage or tampering.”
known as a hydrostatic pressure situation.
To illustrate this situation, suppose the temperature outside is very cold
(perhaps well below freezing). You fill your tank outside and then bring
it inside where the temperature is maybe 60 degrees Fahrenheit or
warmer. An increase in air temperature will drive up the cylinder
pressure placing stress on the tank. Before reaching a critical pressure
point, the relief valve should open, relieving the pressure by venting
vapor at the top of the tank. However, if there is no vapor at the top of the
tank, this safety measure is compromised. Overfilled tanks do not allow
this built-in safety feature to function properly.
ATTENTION!
Provision must be made for venting the actual storage area with both
floor level and high level openings. This venting assures that the heavier
than air propane gas will not settle in pockets, but disperse.
If storage is in a shop or machine storage area that is connected or a
part of an office complex, it should be separated by afire wall along with
proper venting to the outside.
Since these requirements can seldom be found, outside open air
storage is the most practical alternative.
When this option is used, the storage container may be located with
“zero” clearance from the building and with at least 5' of space between
the cage and the nearest building opening.
Overfilling a tank usually results in liquid flowing through the
hose and down into the regulator. This can result in damage
The tank must be in a secure, tamper-proof security storage enclosure
to the machine.
that provides safety from accident or vandalism.
If you observe frost on the regulator, someone has overfilled the tank.
Take the tank to a safe outside location and vent the excess propane.
Venting is accomplished by:
1
Removing the tank from machine.
2
Taking tank outside of building to safe area.
3
Opening the small relief valve located on top of machine.
4
Keep tank upright.
5
Allow to vent until fuel vapor is not visible.
CAUTION!
Tanks must always be stored in the upright position. The
upright position assures that the discharge is largely vapor
rather than liquid. This is important from the standpoint of
both the quantity of the potential flammable vapor/air mixture and the relieving capacity for the pressure relief deWhether the tank is filled by weight (most accurate) or by volume, using vice. (The escape of vapor presents much less hazard than
a gage, make sure the person doing the filling is qualified.
the escape of liquid).
The manufacturer recommends that tanks be removed from the machine after use and stored accordingly. The machine can then be
placed in a secure area inside, away from the tank.
NOTE: Local jurisdiction always prevails there may. Be varying requirements. Always check with the local authorities.
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STORING MACHINE
1
Remove LPG tank from machine when not in use.
FOR SAFETY: Never release or bleed tank inside building or in
enclosed areas.
NOTE: See “INSTALLING OR CHANGING LPG FUEL TANK” for Tank
Removal.
2
Perform all Daily Maintenance procedures.
3
Change engine oil.
4
Store machine in cool, dry area, away from fuel tanks. Tilt
machine back onto rear caster (Park Position).
5
Store tanks in an approved area.
NOTE: See “STORING LP GAS TANKS”.
TRANSPORTING MACHINE
For ease of transportation, the machines handle can be folded over the
engine. The tank can be transported on machine provided that tank holddown clamp is securely fastened around tank and tank valve is turned
completely OFF.
ATTENTION!
Never transport a machine in an enclosed area that has not
had sufficient time to cool down.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
Will not start.
Hard to start.
Lacks power .
Smell of burned rubber.
Engine overheats.
High fuel consumption.
Machine stops suddenly.
Excess vibration.
CAUSE
No fuel or dirt in fuel line.
Blown head gasket.
Engine overload.
Dirty air cleaner.
Faulty spark plug.
Fuel system out of adjustment.
Defective ignition coil.
Improper fuel, no fuel or dirt in fuel line.
Engine overload.
Dirty air cleaner .
Faulty spark plug.
Spark plug or head bolts loose.
Blown head gasket.
Timing, coil, or valve needs adjusting.
Carburetor needs adjusting.
Regulator needs adjusting.
Insufficient vacuum.
Improper valve clearance.
Improper fuel or dirt in line.
Faulty spark plug.
Improper oil level.
Valve seats need adjusting.
Leaking head gasket.
Governor needs adjusting.
Worn rings.
Belt out of adjustment.
Dirt in fuel line.
Incorrect oil level.
Engine overload.
Dirty air filters.
Dirty air cleaners.
Faulty spark plug.
Pad not centered on pad driver .
Incorrect pad size for pad driver.
Oil shut down sensor activated.
Bolts loose on engine or deck of unit.
No fuel or dirt in fuel line.
Incorrect oil level.
Engine overload.
Dirty air filters.
Faulty spark plug.
SOLUTION
See Engine Owners Manual for servicing.
See Engine Owners Manual for servicing.
See Engine Owners Manual for servicing.
See “ADJUSTING BELT TENSION”.
See Engine Owners Manual for servicing.
See Engine Owners Manual for servicing.
Add recommended oil.
See Engine Owners Manual for servicing.
FORM NO. 56041496 - Whirlamatic Pro™ 21, 24, 27 - 11
12
FORM NO. 56041496
W hirlamatic™ P
Prr o 21H / 21K
™
Whirlamatic Pro
00-6
02-9
00-6
03-7
Item
1
2
3
5
6
*
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
*
24
25
26
27
28
29
**
**
**
**
**
W hirlamatic™ P
Prr o 21H / 21K
™
Whirlamatic Pro
Ref. No.
56102539
56102507
56102532
56102508
56102509
56102533
56102581
56102537
56102534
56102513
56102535
56649823
56102598
56102517
56102518
56102519
56102520
56102521
56102522
56102531
56102523
56102524
56102525
56102526
56102583
56102527
56102528
56102529
56102530
56102538
56016586
56388355
56102618
56102615
56102617
56102658
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
A/R
13
Description
Honda Starter
Kawasaki 17hp (K)
Honda 390 13hp
Pulley 3.5
Front Bearing Assy. Complete
Pulley 6.2
Key Stock 1/4
Deck Inline 21”
Belt BX38
Center Lock
Pad Driver 21” Flex
Wheel 6”, W/Bracket
Pad Driver 21” Flex Complete (#9, 10, 13)
Flange
Caster 3”
Pulley Idler
Tensioner
Hour Meter
Battery 12 Volt (K)
Handle
Battery Connector Complete (K)
Tank, LP Steel W/OPD
Battery Box W/Key (K)
Key Switch (K)
Replacement Key
Plastic Holder (K)
Toggle
Throttle Cable
Hand Grip
Choke Cable (K)
Decal, Whirlamatic Pro 21
21” Beige Pads (case of 5)
Pad Driver 21” Complete
Honda GXV390 Engine Service Kit
Kawasaki 17hp Engine Service Kit
Two Tank Cage (2 Tank Wall Mount)
* = Not Shown
** = Optional
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
W hirlamatic™ P
Prr o 24K / 24R
™
Whirlamatic Pro
14
00-6
04-3
25
24
26
FRONT
27
22
21
23
20
1
19
17
18
16
13
2
14
28
7
15
9
10
3
8
6
5
4
11
FORM NO. 56041496
00-6
04-3
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
13
14
15
*
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
*
26
27
28
**
**
**
W hirlamatic™ P
Prr o 24K / 24R
™
Whirlamatic Pro
Ref. No.
56102645
56102507
56102655
56102509
56102533
56102508
56102656
56102520
56102519
56102517
56102657
56102513
56102518
56102651
56649824
56649823
56102521
56102531
56102528
56102524
56102529
56102530
56102525
56102650
56102523
56102527
56102526
56102583
56102522
56102538
56015256
56102646
56102617
56102658
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
A/R
15
Description
Robin ZXV653 Engine
Kawasaki Engine 17HP
Deck 24” Alum.
Front Bearing Assy Complete
Pulley, 6.2 x 1
Pulley, 3.5 x 1
Belt B x 42
Belt Tensioner
Idler Pulley
Flange
24” Flex Pad Driver Complete
Center Lock
Caster, 3” W/Gray Wheel
Bracket Wheel 5”
Wheel, 6” x 1.5” W/Axle
Wheel W/Bracket (14 & 15)
Hour Meter
Handle
Toggle
Tank, LP Steel W/OPD
Throttle Cable
Hand Grips
Battery Box
Battery Connector Robin Complete
Battery Connector Kawasaki Complete
Key Switch Housing
Key Switch
Replacement Key
Battery, 12V
Choke Cable
Decal, Whirlamatic Pro 24
Robin 22hp Engine Service Kit
Kawasaki 17hp Engine Service Kit
Two Tank Cage (2 Tank Wall Mount)
* = Not Shown
** = Optional
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
16
FORM NO. 56041496
W hirlamatic™ P
Prr o 27N
™
Whirlamatic Pro
00-6
02-9
00-6
04-3
W hirlamatic™ P
Prr o 27N
™
Whirlamatic Pro
Item
Ref. No.
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
56102540
56102541
56102508
56102509
56102510
56102511
56102512
56102513
56102514
56649823
56102516
56102517
56102518
56649827
56102519
56102520
56102521
56102522
56102542
56102524
56102528
56102525
56102526
56102583
56102527
56102543
56102544
56102545
56102546
56102547
56102529
56102530
56102531
56016587
56420163
56102619
56102616
56102658
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
*
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
**
**
**
**
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
A/R
17
Description
Foam Recoil Filter
Onan P248 20hp
Pully 3.5
Front Bearing Assy. Complete
Pulley 8.5
Deck 27” Inline
Belt BX 50
Center Lock
Pad Driver 27” Flex
Wheel 6”, W/Bracket
Pad Driver 27” Flex Complete (#9, 10, 13)
Flange
Caster 3” (before serial #1451997)
Caster 2” (after serial #1451996)
Pulley Idler
Tensioner
Hour Meter
Battery 12 Volt
Battery Connector Complete
Tank, LP Steel W/OPD
Toggle
Battery Box W/Key Switch
Key Switch Complete
Replacement Key
Plastic Holder
20hp Regulator Bracket
Regulator
Electric Lock
LP Hose to Tank
Quick Connect
Throttle Cable
Hand Grip
Handle
Decal, Whirlamatic Pro 27
27” Beige Pads (case of 5)
Pad Driver 27” Complete
Onan 20 P248 Engine Service Kit
Two Tank Cage (2 Tank Wall Mount)
* = Not Shown
** = Optional
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
18
FORM NO. 56041496
W hirlamatic™ P
Prr o 27K
™
Whirlamatic Pro
00-6
02-9
00-6
04-3
W hirlamatic™ P
Prr o 27K
™
Whirlamatic Pro
Item
Ref. No.
1
2
3
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
56102569
56102507
56102508
56102509
56102510
56102511
56102512
56102513
56102514
56649823
56102516
56102517
56102518
56649827
56102519
56102520
56102521
56102522
56102531
56102523
56102524
56102525
56102526
56102583
56102527
56102528
56102529
56102530
56102538
56016587
56420163
56102619
56102617
56102658
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
*
24
25
26
27
28
29
**
**
**
**
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
A/R
19
Description
Starter
Kawasaki 17hp
Pulley 3.5
Front Bearing Assy. Complete
Pulley 8.5
Deck 27” Inline
Belt BX 50
Center Lock
Pad Driver 27” Flex
Wheel 6”, W/Bracket
Pad Driver 27” Flex Complete (#9, 10, 13)
Flange
Caster 3” (before serial #1451998)
Caster 2” (after serial #1451997)
Pulley Idler
Tensioner
Hour Meter
Battery 12 Volt
Handle
Battery Connector Complete
Tank, LP Steel W/OPD
Battery Box W/Key Switch
Key Switch Complete
Replacement Key
Plastic Holder
Toggle
Throttle Cable
Hand Grip
Choke Cable
Decal, Whirlamatic Pro 27
27” Beige Pads (case of 5)
Pad Driver 27” Complete
Kawasaki 17hp Engine Service Kit
Two Tank Cage (2 Tank Wall Mount)
* = Not Shown
** = Optional
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
W hirlamatic™ P
Prr o 27R
™
Whirlamatic Pro
20
00-6
03-7
25
24
26
FRONT
27
22
21
23
20
1
19
17
18
16
13
2
14
28
9
15
7
10
3
8
12
6
5
4
11
FORM NO. 56041496
00-6
03-7
W hirlamatic™ P
Prr o 27R
™
Whirlamatic Pro
Item
Ref. No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
*
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
*
26
27
28
**
**
56102645
56649826
56102509
56102648
56102508
56102649
56102520
56102519
56102517
56102514
56102513
56420163
56649827
56102651
56649824
56649823
56102521
56102531
56102528
56102524
56102529
56102530
56102525
56102650
56102527
56102526
56102583
56102522
56102538
56016587
56102646
56102658
Qty
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
A/R
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
A/R
21
Description
Robin ZXV653 Engine
Deck 27” Alum.
Front Bearing Assy Complete
7 x 1 Pulley
3.5 x 1 Pulley
Belt B x 48
Belt Tensioner
Idler Pulley
Flange
27” Flex Pad Driver Complete
Center Lock
27” Beige Pads (case of 5)
2” Caster W/Gray Wheel
Bracket Wheel 5”
Wheel, 6” x 1.5” W/Axle
Wheel W/Bracket (14 & 15)
Hour Meter
Handle
Toggle
Tank, LP Steel W/OPD
Throttle Cable
Hand Grips
Battery Box
Battery Connector Complete
Key Switch Housing
Key Switch
Replacement Key
Battery, 12V
Choke Cable
Decal, Whirlamatic Pro 27
Robin 22hp Engine Service Kit
Two Tank Cage (2 Tank Wall Mount)
* = Not Shown
** = Optional
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
ROBIN ZXV 653 ENGINE
Whirlamatic™ Pro
22
00-6
03-7
4
FRONT
3
5
8
2
7
9
1
13
15
6
12
10
14
11
FORM NO. 56041496
00-6
03-7
ROBIN ZXV 653 ENGINE
Whirlamatic™ Pro
Item
Ref. No.
Qty
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
**
56102565
56102632
56102633
56102634
56102563
56102635
56102506
56102637
56102638
56102639
56102640
56102641
56102642
56102643
56102645
56102646
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Recoil Filter Support gasket
Engine Cover
Filter Support Screen
Recoil Filter
Oil Pressure Switch
Oil Drain Valve
Automatic Shut Down system
Scr, Pan Phil 6-32 x .62
Nut, Jack 6-32
Exhaust Manifold Gasket
Exhaust Manifold
Muffler Clamp
Muffler, Catalytic
Oxygen Sensor
Robin ZXV 653 Engine
Robin 22hp Engine Service Kit
23
** = Optional
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
ROBIN ZXV 653 CARBURETION SYSTEM
Whirlamatic™ Pro
24
00-6
03-7
4
1
7
2
8
5
7
3
9
13
6
10
11
12
FORM NO. 56041496
00-6
03-7
ROBIN ZXV 653 CARBURETION SYSTEM
Whirlamatic™ Pro
Item
Ref. No.
Qty
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
56102590
56102622
56102623
56102549
56102586
56102624
56102625
56102626
56102627
56102629
56102630
56102550
56102631
2
2
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
Stud, M6 x 130
Gasket, Insulator
Insulator
Vacuum Hose
Rubber Cap ¼
Carburetor Assy
Gasket, Cleaner
Spacer, Air Cleaner
Fuel Load Block
Orifice #26
90 Elbow 3/8NPT x 5/16 Hose Barb
Fuel Hose
Flange Nut
25
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
26
FORM NO. 56041496
KA
W ASAKI AUTOMA
TIC SHUT DOWN SYSTEM
AW
AUTOMATIC
™
Whirlamatic Pro
00-6
00-6
KA
W ASAKI AUTOMA
TIC SHUT DOWN SYSTEM
AW
AUTOMATIC
™
Whirlamatic Pro
Item
Ref. No.
Qty
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
56102560
56102570
56102568
56102571
56102561
56102562
56102507
56102563
56102572
56102564
56102550
56102549
56102565
56102569
56102566
56102567
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Muffler (cat)
Oxygen Sensor
Manifold
Auto Shutdown
Support
Air Filter (recoil)
Kawasaki 17HP
Oil Pressure Switch
Oil Drain Valve
Muffler Clamp
Fuel Hose
Vacuum Hose
Recoil Filter Support Gasket
Starter
Starter Solenoid
Muffler Bracket (21” Only)
27
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
HONDA FUEL SYSTEM
Whirlamatic™ Pro
28
Item
Ref. No.
Qty
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
56102547
56102546
56102548
56102549
56102550
56102551
56102555
56102556
56102554
56102557
56102558
56102559
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
Quick Coupler
LP Hose
Fitting, 1/4 x 90 Street Elbow
Hose, Vacuum
Hose, Fuel
Fitting, 3/8 Barb x 3/8 MP
Regulator
Lockoff
Fitting, 1/4 Barb x 1/4 MP
Fitting, 3/8 Flare x 1/4 MP
Vac Tee
LP Hose
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
00-6
00-6
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
KA
W ASAKI FUEL SYSTEM
AW
Whirlamatic™ Pro
Ref. No.
Qty
Description
56102547
56102546
56102548
56102549
56102550
56102551
56102552
56102553
56102554
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Quick Coupler
LP Hose
Fitting, 1/4 x 90 Street Elbow
Hose, Vacuum
Hose, Fuel
Fitting, 3/8 Barb x 3/8 MP
Regulator
Fuel Lock W/Filter 12V
Fitting, 1/4 Barb x 1/4 MP
29
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
00-6
ROBIN FUEL SYSTEM
Whirlamatic™ Pro
30
03-7
1
4
2
3
6
5
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
Ref. No.
Qty
Description
56102552
56102554
56102551
56102553
56102621
56102547
1
1
1
1
1
1
Regulator
Fitting, 1/4 Barb x 1/4MP
Fitting, 3/8 Barb x 3/8MP
Fuel Lock W/Filter 12V
LP Hose 28”, 1/4 x 1/4NPT
Quick Coupling
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
00-6
Item
1
2
3
4
5
6
ELECTRIC CLUTCH ASSEMBL
Y-ALL MODELS
ASSEMBLY
™
Whirlamatic Pro
Ref. No.
Qty
Description
56102573
56102574
56102575
56102576
56102577
56102578
1
1
1
1
1
1
Arm & Springs (2 each)
Switch (clutch)
Clutch Switch Assy Complete
Spacer
Electric Clutch
Clutch Arm
31
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
KILL SWITCH ASSEMBL
Y-ALL MODELS
ASSEMBLY
™
Whirlamatic Pro
32
Item
1
2
3
Ref. No.
Qty
Description
56102573
56102579
56102580
1
1
1
Arm & Springs (2 each)
Switch (kill)
Kill Switch Assy Complete
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
00-6
00-6
KA
W ASAKI FUEL LOAD BLOCK
AW
Whirlamatic™ Pro
Item
Ref. No.
Qty
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
56102584
56102585
56102586
56102587
56102588
56102589
56102590
56102591
56102592
56102593
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
2
Carburetor Assy
Fuel Load Block
Rubber Cap 1/4
Insulator
Vacuum Tube
Gasket Air Filter
Stud, M6 x 130
Brass Plug
Elbow, 3/8 x 1/4 MP
Gasket Air Filter
33
NOTE: For engine information not listed in the Standard Parts List, refer to the appropriate Engine Parts Manual.
FORM NO. 56041496
34
FORM NO. 56041496
KA
W ASAKI SCHEMA
TIC & HARNESS
AW
SCHEMATIC
™
Whirlamatic Pro
00-6
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