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Service And Maintenance; Maintenance Schedule - Craftsman T1400 247.203734 Operator's Manual

17.5 hp, variation speed 42” deck.
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WARNING
Before performing any type of maintenance/service, disengage all controls
and stop the engine. Wait until all moving parts have come to a complete
stop. Disconnect spark plug wire and ground it against the engine to prevent
unintended starting. Always wear safety glasses during operation or while
performing any adjustments or repairs.
Interval
Before Each Use
1.
2.
3.
In the First Five Hours
1.
Every 10 Hours
1.
2.
3.
Every 25 hours
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Every 50 hours
1.
2.
Annually
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Before Storage
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
*Service more frequently under dusty conditions.Engine Maintenance
WARNING
Before performing any maintenance or repairs, disengage the PTO (Blade
Engage Lever), engage the parking brake, stop the engine and remove the
key to prevent unintended starting.

SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE

MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

Item
Engine oil level
Muffler area and controls
Finger guard
Engine Oil
Hood/ Dash air vents
Battery terminals
Deck spindles and idler bracket
Air filter's prefilter*
Air filter*
Mid steering arms, pivot shafts,
and axles
Front wheel bearings
Front deck wheels
Engine oil/ Oil filter
Muffler
Air filter
Air filter's pre-filter
Spark plug
Air cooling system*
Fuel filter
Steering Gears
Rear Wheels
Hood/ Dash air vents
Battery terminals
Mid steering arms, pivot shafts,
and axles
Front wheel bearings
Front deck wheels
Deck spindles and idler bracket
Pedal pivot points
Follow the maintenance schedule given below. This chart describes service
guidelines only. Use the Service Log column to keep track of completed
maintenance tasks. To locate the nearest Parts & Repair Service Center or to
schedule service, simply contact 1-888-331-4569.
Service
1.
Check
2.
Clean
3.
Clean
1.
Change
1.
Clean
2.
Clean
3.
Lubricate
1.
Clean
2.
Clean
3.
Lubricate
4.
Lubricate
5.
Lubricate
1.
Change/ Replace
2.
Check
1.
Replace
2.
Replace
3.
Replace
4.
Clean
5.
Replace
6.
Clean
7.
Remove and grease axles
1.
Clean
2.
Clean
3.
Lubricate
4.
Lubricate
5.
Lubricate
6.
Lubricate
7.
Lubricate
If the engine has been recently run, the engine, muffler and surrounding
metal surfaces will be hot and can cause burns to the skin. Exercise caution
to avoid burns.
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Service Log
WARNING

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