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Service & Adjustments ...29 NOTE: In this manual, “left” and “right” are referred to as seen from the operating position. CRAFTSMAN FULL WARRANTY When operated and maintained according to all supplied instructions, if any non-expendable part of this riding equip- ment fails due to a defect in material or workmanship within two years from the date or purchase, call 1-800-659-5917 to arrange for free in-home repair.
SAFETY RULES AND INFORMATION Read these safety rules and follow them closely. Failure to obey these rules could result in loss of control of unit, severe personal injury or death to you, or bystanders, or damage to property or equipment. This mowing deck is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwing objects.
SLOPE OPERATION Slopes are a major factor related to loss-of-control and tip- over accidents, which can result in severe injury or death. Operation on all slopes requires extra caution. If you cannot back up the slope or if you feel uneasy on it, do not operate on it.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE Safe Handling of Gasoline • Extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and other sources of ignition. • Use only approved gasoline containers. • Never remove the gas cap or add fuel with the engine running. Allow the engine to cool before refueling. •...
SAFETY & OPERATION DECALS This unit has been designed and manufactured to pro- vide you with the safety and reliability you would expect from an industry leader in outdoor power equipment manufacturing. Although reading this manual and the safety instructions it contains will provide you with the necessary basic knowledge to operate this equipment safely and effec- tively, we have placed several safety labels on the unit to...
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INSTALLING THE SEAT 1. Raise the seat base (see Figure 1). 2. Align the holes in the seat bottom with the holes in the seat base. ASSEMBLY 3. Secure the seat to the seat base with two 5/16-18 x 3/4 serrated head bolts for the rear seat slots, and two 5/16-18 x 3/4 shoulder bolts for the front slots.
INSTALLING THE SEAT SAFETY SWITCH 1. Squeeze the side clips of the safety switch (A, Figure 2), and insert the switch into the slot (B) in the seat bottom. Be sure to slide the switch fully forward. 2. Connect the harness terminal housing (C) to the seat switch.
SETTING UP THE GROUND SPEED CONTROL LEVERS 1. Loosen (do not remove) the hardware securing the ground speed control levers to the lever bases (see Figure 3). 2. Raise the levers, aligning the upper hole in each lever with the upper slotted hole in the lever base. 20-23 Nm 15-17 ft-lbs 3.
Remove the Packaging Materials Remove the cardboard from the crate. Remove any steel branding securing the unit to the crate. Locate the manual packet. Read the Operator’s Manual Locate the operator’s manual in the manual packet. You should always read and follow the instructions in the operator’s manual.
Ground Speed Levers - Ground Speed Levers - DRIVE Positons START/PARK Positons Parking Brake Lever - Parking Brake Lever - ENGAGE Positon DISENGAGE Positon CONTROL FUNCTIONS The information below briefly describes the function of individual controls. Starting, stop- ping, driving, and mowing require the combined use of several controls applied in specific sequences.
Choke CLOSE the choke for cold starting (pull knob up). OPEN the choke once the engine starts (push knob down). If the engine is warm, it may not require choking. If this is the case, set the choke to OPEN (push the knob down) while cranking the engine.
CHECKS BEFORE STARTING • Check that the crankcase oil is filled to full mark on dipstick. • Fill the fuel tank with fresh fuel. FUEL RECOMMENDATIONS For daily operation: Use only unleaded gasoline with a pump sticker octane rating of 87 or higher. Gasohol (up to 10% ethyl alcohol, 90% unleaded gasoline by volume) is approved as a fuel.
EMERGENCY STOPPING In the event of an emergency the engine can be stopped by simply turning the ignition switch to STOP. Use this method only in emergency situations. For normal engine shut down follow the procedure given in STOPPING THE RIDER AND ENGINE.
DRIVING PRACTICE - BASIC DRIVING WARNING: Never operate on slopes greater than 17.6% (10°). See SLOPE OPERATION in the safety section. Zero turn riders operate differently from other four- wheeled vehicles. The drive wheels are also your steer- ing wheels. If you cannot drive the unit on a hill, you will not be able to steer the unit on it.
Practice Turning Around a Corner While traveling forward allow one handle to gradually return back toward neutral (see Figure 10). Practice sev- eral times before mowing. NOTE: To prevent damaging your lawn by pivoting direct- ly on the tire tread, it is best to keep both wheels going at least slightly forward.
MOWER DECK REMOVAL & INSTALLATION NOTE: Perform mower removal and installation on a hard, level surface such as a concrete floor. WARNING After lowering the mower cutting height, engage parking brake, turn off the mower blades, turn the ignition switch to STOP, and remove key before attempting to install or remove the mower.
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE The following schedules should be followed for normal care of your rider and mower. RIDER MAINTENANCE, All Models Clean Debris from Rider and Engine Compartment * Clean Debris from Engine Cooling Areas & Air Filter * Check Tire Pressure Lubricate Rider &...
Rider Maintenance Items WARNING Move the ground speed levers to START/PARK positions, engage the parking brake, turn the mower blades OFF, turn the ignition switch OFF, and wait for all moving parts to stop before accessing the engine compartment or performing any maintenance procedures.
LUBRICATION Service Interval: 25 hours. Lubricate the unit at the locations shown in Figures 18 through 21 as well as the following lubrication points. Grease: • front wheel grease fittings • front wheel bushings • mower arbors Use grease fittings when present. Not all greases are compatible.
CLEAN DECK & CHECK / REPLACE MOWER BLADES Service Interval: 25 hours or as required. WARNING For your personal safety, do not handle the sharp mower blades with bare hands. Careless or improper handling of blades may result in serious injury.
CLEANING THE BATTERY AND CABLES WARNING Corrosion hazard. Batteries contain acid. Always keep the battery upright and do not spill the electrolyte. Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Explosion hazard. Changing the battery produces explosive hydrogen gas. Only charge the battery in a well ventilated area, away from any ignition source such as a water heater, electric motor, or a lit cigarette.
CHECK / ADJUST PTO CLUTCH WARNING To avoid serious injury, perform adjustments only with engine stopped, key removed and tractor on level ground. Service Interval: 200 hours. The Power Take Off (PTO) clutch drives the mower blades. The PTO clutch is engaged and disengaged by the mower blade switch.
Engine Maintenance Items CHECK ENGINE OIL LEVEL Service Interval: Before each use, and every 8 hours. 1. Turn the engine off, and set the ground speed con- trols to PARK. Park on a level surface. Allow the engine to cool. 2.
REPLACE AIR FILTER Service Interval: Every 25 hours or two months, or as required. 1. Loosen the air filter cover knobs (A, Figure 30) and remove the cover (B). Clean out any debris from around the air filter. Inspect the condition of the seal- ing surfaces of the air filter element (C) and filter base (D).
SERVICE & ADJUSTMENTS GROUND SPEED CONTROL LEVER ADJUSTMENT The control levers have three adjustments: To Adjust Control Lever Height: Pull the levers in across the operator’s lap to their DRIVE positions. Loosen the mount bolts (D, Figure 32) and raise or lower the levers to the desired position.
BRAKE ADJUSTMENT 1. Stop the unit, set the ground speed levers to START/PARK positions, set the parking brake lever to the ENGAGE position, turn the ignition OFF, and wait for all moving parts to stop. Remove the key. 2. Set both transmission release levers to the PUSH position.
MOWER DECK LEVELING ADJUSTMENTS WARNING Before adjusting the mower, turn the mower blades OFF, turn the ignition switch OFF, remove the key, and allow all moving parts to stop. Disconnect the spark plug wire and fasten it away from the spark plug. Side to Side Leveling If the cut is uneven, the mower may need leveling.
Figure 38. Orient Blades Front-to-Back Front To Back Leveling If the cut is uneven, the mower may need leveling. Unequal or improper tire pressure may also cause an uneven cut. See CHECK TIRE PRESSURE. 1. Turn the blades front-to-back as shown in Figure 38. Measure the distance from the ground to front tip of center blade, and from ground to rear tips of left hand and right hand blades (see Figure 38).
MOWER DECK WASHOUT PORT NOTE: The washout port allows you to connect a typical garden hose to the trim side (L.H.) of the mower deck to remove grass and debris from the underside. This ensures proper and safe operation of the mower. 1.
STORAGE Before Storage Before you store your unit for the off-season, read the Maintenance and Storage instructions in the Safety Rules section, then perform the following steps: • Turn the mower blades OFF, set the ground speed control levers to START / PARK, set the parking brake lever to ENGAGE, and remove the key from the igni- tion switch.
While normal care and regular maintenance will extend the life of your equipment, prolonged or constant use may eventually require that service be performed to allow it to continue operating properly. The troubleshooting guide below lists the most common problems, their caus- es and remedies.
Engine runs, but Transmission release levers in PUSH rider will not positions. drive. Drive belt slips. Belt is broken. Parking brake is not fully released. Rider drive belt Pulleys or belt greasy or oily. slips. Belt stretched or worn. Parking brake Parking brake is incorrectly adjusted.
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Calcomanía Ajuste de rastreo No. de pieza : 1726638SM Calcomania - Peligro de amputación y objetos arrojados No. de pieza : 1704277SM DANGER Amputation and Thrown Objects Hazard To avoid injury from rotating blades and thrown debris, stay clear of deck edge and discharge.
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Retirar los Materiales de Empaque Quite el cartón del cajón de embalaje. Quite el encintado de acero que sujeta la unidad al cajón de embalaje. Ubique el paquete del manual. Leer el Manual del Operador Ubique el manual del operador en el paquete del manual.
Palancas de Velocidad - Palancas de Velocidad - Posición de DRIVE Posición de PARK Palanca del freno de Palanca del freno de estacionamiento - estacionamiento - Posición ENGRANAR Posición DESENGRANAR Palanca de Control de Velocidad de Avance Izquierda Palanca del frenco de estacionamiento Tapón del...
PROGRAMA DE MANTENIMIENTO El siguiente programa debe seguirse para el cuidado normal de su tractor y podadora. MANTENIMIENTO DEL MONTABLE, de todos los modelos Limpie el residuo del montable y del compartimiento del motor * Limpie el residuo de las áreas de refrigeración del motor y del filtro de aire * Verifique la presión de las llantas Lubrique el montable y la segadora *...
Use oil classified API Service Class SG, SH, SJ or better with SAE Viscosity: 10W-30, 30 Conventional Or Synthetic 5W-20, 5W-30 Conventional 5W-20, 5W-30 Synthetic* ˚F ˚C *Recommended: Synthetic oils provide better starting below -10˚F.
NOTA: Las especificaciones son correctas al momento de la impresión y están sujetas a cambio sin previo aviso. MOTOR: Kohler Marca Courage SV735S Modelo Potencia en 26 a 3060 rpm* caballos de fuerza* 724 cc (44,2 pulgadas cúbicas) Desplazamiento 12 voltios, 16 amp. Alternador, Sistema eléctrico batería: 230 CCA 1,6-1,8 L (1,7-1,9 qt)
Diagnóstico del Tractor PROBLEMA CAUSA Las palancas de velocidad de avance no están El motor no en START/PARK (arrancar). rota ni arranca. La cuchilla de la sesgadora está activada. Las palancas de velocidad no están en START/P ARK. El ahogador no está en posición de CLOSED. El interruptor de encendido no está...
Las palancas de desembrague de la El motor opera transmisión en posición de EMPUJAR. pero el tractor no avanza. La banda de tracción se barre. La banda está rota. Freno de mano no está desaccionado. Contacte Partes y Reparaciones de Sears. Poleas o la banda con grasa o aceite.
Kohler Engine Parts - SV735-0018 Decals - Group 12 Artwork is representative. Actual labels may differ depending on model and specification number. Engine Controls - Group 9 PTS - 34 ZTS 6000 - Model No. 107.289930 Air Intake/Filtration - Group 10 Exhaust - Group 11...
Hardware Identification & Torque Specifications Common Hardware Types Hex Head Capscrew Carriage Bolt Standard Hardware Sizing When a washer or nut is identified as 1/2”, this is the Nominal size , meaning the inside diameter is 1/2 inch; if a second number is present it represent the threads per inch When bolt or capscrew is identified as 1/2 - 16 x 2”, this means the Nominal size , or body diameter is 1/2 inch;...
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