Safety and Instructional Decals. Exmark PIONEER PNS20KA443, PIONEER PNS22KA483, PIONEER PNS24KA523, PIONEER S-SERIES Operators


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Safety and Instructional Decals. Exmark PIONEER PNS20KA443, PIONEER PNS22KA483, PIONEER PNS24KA523, PIONEER S-SERIES Operators | Manualzz

Safety

Safety and Instructional Decals

• Keep all safety signs legible. Remove all grease, dirt and debris from safety signs and instructional labels.

• Replace all worn, damaged, or missing safety signs.

• When replacement components are installed, be sure that current safety signs are affixed to the replaced components.

• If an attachment or accessory has been installed, make sure current safety signs are visible.

• New safety signs may be obtained from your authorized Exmark equipment dealer or distributor or from Exmark Mfg. Co. Inc.

• Safety signs may be affixed by peeling off the backing to expose the adhesive surface. Apply only to a clean, dry surface. Smooth to remove any air bubbles.

• Familiarize yourself with the following safety signs and instruction labels. They are critical to the safe operation of your Exmark commercial mower.

93-7316

1.

Thrown object hazard—keep bystanders a safe distance from the machine.

2.

Thrown object hazard, mower—keep the deflector in place.

3.

Cutting/dismemberment of hand or foot—stay away from moving parts.

106-5517

1.

Warning—do not touch the hot surface.

107-3069

1.

Warning-there is no rollover protection when the roll bar is down.

2.

To avoid injury or death from a rollover accident, keep the roll bar in the fully raised and locked position and wear the seat belt. Lower the roll bar only when absolutely necessary; do not wear the seat belt when the roll bar is down.

3.

Read the Operator’s manual; drive slowly and carefully.

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Safety

109-6014

112-9028

1.

Warning—stay away from moving parts; keep all guards in place.

116-1496

109-6035

109-6036

1.

Read the Operator’s manual

2.

Remove the ignition key and read the instructions before servicing or performing maintenance.

3.

Height of cut

1.

Fast

2.

Slow

116-4465

3.

Choke-on

4.

Choke-off

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Safety

116-8283

1.

Warning—read the Operator's Manual for instructions on torquing the blade bolt/nut to 55-60 ft-lb (75-81 N-m).

117-3848

1.

Thrown object hazard—keep bystanders a safe distance from the machine

2.

Thrown object hazard, mower-do not operate without the deflector, discharge cover or grass collection system in place.

3.

Cutting/dismemberment of hand or foot—stay away from moving parts; keep all guards and shields in place.

116-8588

1.

Read the Operator’s manual.

2.

Rotate the drive release knob to loosen, slide the knob, and tighten.

3.

Push the machine.

126-4363

1.

Cutting/dismemberment hazard, fan and entanglement hazard, belt—Stop engine and remove key before adjusting, servicing or cleaning.

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Safety

PTO Switch Symbols

1.

PTO–disengage 2.

PTO–engage

1.

Read the Operator’s manual.

2.

Lock

126-4383

3.

Unlock

1.

Read the instructions before servicing or performing maintenance

2.

Time interval

109-6016

4.

Refer to the Operator's manual for grease instructions

3.

Check oil level

5.

Check hydraulic oil level and refer to the Operator's manual or further instructions

6.

Check tire pressure

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Safety

1.

Park brake - Pull rearward to engage.

2.

Machine speed

3.

Fast

4.

Slow

5.

Neutral

6.

Reverse

116-8668

7.

Warning-Read the Operator’s Manual. Do Not operate this machine unless you are trained. Wear hearing protection.

8.

Warning-Stay away from moving parts; keep all guards in place. Stop engine and remove key before adjusting, servicing, or cleaning.

9.

Warning-Disengage PTO, move drive levers out to neutral lock position, engage parking brake, and stop engine before leaving the operator’s position.

10.

Cutting/dismemberment of hand or foot-stay away from moving parts; keep all guards and shields in place.

11.

Thrown object hazard-Pick up objects that could be thrown by mower. Do Not operate when people and pets are in the area. Keep discharge deflector in place.

12.

Crushing/dismemberment hazard of bystanders - do not carry passengers, look forward and down when operating the machine, look behind and down when reversing.

127-0335

1.

Tipping hazard— do not turn at high speeds; make slow, wide turns; do not use this machine near drop-off’s with slopes greater than 15 degrees or near water; use the machine a safe distance from drop-off’s on slopes less than 15 degrees.

2.

Ramp hazard—when loading onto a trailer, do not use dual ramps; only use a singular ramp wide enough for the machine. Ramp angle with the ground should be less than 15 degrees; back up the ramp (in reverse) and drive forward off the ramp.

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