Replacing the Discharge Deflector. Exmark QUEST QZS708GEM50200


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Replacing the Discharge Deflector. Exmark QUEST QZS708GEM50200 | Manualzz

Maintenance

6.

Attach the front support rod to the mower deck with the clevis pin and hairpin cotter (Figure 75).

7.

Install the mower belt onto the engine pulley; refer to Replacing the Mower Belt .

8.

Level the deck; refer to Leveling the Mower

Deck section.

Replacing the Discharge

Deflector

DANGER

An uncovered discharge opening could allow the lawn mower to throw objects in the operator’s or bystander’s direction and result in serious injury.

Also, contact with the blade could occur.

Never operate the lawn mower unless you install a mulch plate, discharge deflector, or grass collection system.

Inspect the discharge deflector for damage before each use. Replace any damaged parts before use.

• 42 inch Stamped Deck:

1.

Locate items shown in Figure 80.

3.

Slide the rod out of the short stand-off, spring, and discharge deflector . Remove the damaged or worn discharge deflector.

4.

Replace the discharge deflector.

5.

Slide rod, straight end, through the rear discharge deflector bracket.

6.

Place the spring on the rod, with end wires down, and between the discharge deflector brackets. Slide rod through second discharge deflector bracket.

7.

Insert rod at front of discharge deflector into short stand-off on deck. Secure rear end of rod into the mower with a nut (3/8 inch).

Important: The discharge deflector must be spring loaded in the down position.

Lift the deflector up to test that it snaps to the full down position.

• 34, 42, 50, and 60 inch Welded Decks:

1.

Disengage the spring from the notch in the deflector bracket and slide the rod out of the welded deck brackets, spring, and discharge deflector (Figure 81). Remove the damaged or worn discharge deflector.

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1.

Mower deck

2.

Discharge deflector

3.

Discharge deflector bracket

4.

Rod

Figure 80

5.

Spring

6.

Nut (3/8 inch)

7.

Short stand-off

2.

Remove the nut (3/8 inch) from the rod under the mower.

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Maintenance

1.

Rod

2.

Spring

3.

Deflector assembly g017617

Figure 81

4.

Deck brackets

5.

Spring installed over the rod g017618

Figure 82

1.

Rod and spring assembly installed

2.

Loop end of the spring installed into the notch in the deflector bracket

3.

Rod, short end, moved behind mower bracket

4.

Short end, retained by mower bracket.

5.

Secure the rod and spring assembly by twisting it so the short end of the rod can be placed behind the front bracket welded to the deck

(Figure 82).

Important: The grass deflector must be spring loaded in the down position. Lift the deflector up to test that it snaps to the full down position.

2.

Position the new discharge deflector assembly with the bracket ends between the welded brackets on the deck as shown in Figure 81.

3.

Install the spring onto the straight end of the rod. Position the spring on the rod as shown in so the shorter spring end is coming from under the rod before the bend and going over the rod as it returns from the bend.

4.

Lift the loop end of the spring and place it into the notch on the deflector assembly bracket (Figure 82).

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Key Features

  • 708cc Kawasaki engine delivers reliable power and performance
  • 50" cutting deck with 3 blades provides a wide cutting path for increased productivity.
  • Hydrostatic drive system offers precise control and smooth operation
  • Adjustable seat with armrests ensures operator comfort during extended mowing sessions.
  • High-back seat provides lumbar support and reduces operator fatigue.
  • Electric blade engagement for easy and convenient blade activation
  • Large fuel tank allows for extended mowing time without frequent refueling
  • Hour meter tracks operating time for maintenance scheduling and warranty purposes.

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Frequently Answers and Questions

What type of engine does the Exmark QUEST QZS708GEM50200 have?
It has a 708cc Kawasaki engine.
How wide is the cutting deck?
The cutting deck is 50 inches wide.
Does the mower have a hydrostatic drive system?
Yes, it has a hydrostatic drive system for precise control and smooth operation.
Is the seat adjustable?
Yes, the seat is adjustable with armrests for operator comfort.
How long can I mow before refueling?
The large fuel tank allows for extended mowing time without frequent refueling.
How do I activate the blades?
The blades are activated by an electric blade engagement system for easy and convenient operation.
What is the purpose of the hour meter?
The hour meter tracks operating time for maintenance scheduling and warranty purposes.

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