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EN 2
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. SAFETY ........................................................................................................... 3
Regulations for using the machine safely
Explanations on how to identify the machine and its main components
3. UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY ...................................................................... 9
Explanations on how to remove the packing and on how to assemble
separated parts
4. CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS ............................................................... 14
Position and functions of all the controls
5. HOW TO USE THE MACHINE ..................................................................... 19
Provides indications for working efficiently and safely
5.1 Safety recommendations ........................................................................ 19
5.2 Why the safety devices cut in ................................................................. 19
5.3 Preliminary operations before starting work ............................................ 21
5.4 Using the machine ................................................................................. 24
5.5 Using on slopes ...................................................................................... 32
5.6 Transporting ........................................................................................... 33
5.7 Advice on how to obtain a good cut ........................................................ 33
6. MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................ 35
All the information for maintaining the machine in peak efficiency
6.1 Safety recommendations ........................................................................ 35
6.2 Routine maintenance .............................................................................. 36
6.3 Checks and adjustments ........................................................................ 40
6.4 Dismantling and renewing parts ............................................................. 44
7. TROUBLESHOOTING .................................................................................. 46
A help in quickly resolving any problems
8. ACCESSORIES (OPTIONAL) ...................................................................... 49
A description of the accessories available for particular types of work
9. SPECIFICATIONS ......................................................................................... 50
A summary of the main specifications of your machine
10. ALPHABETICAL INDEX ............................................................................. 51
Where informations can be found
TABLE OF CONTENTS

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    EN 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. SAFETY ......................3 Regulations for using the machine safely 2. IDENTIFICATION OF THE MACHINE AND COMPONENTS ......7 Explanations on how to identify the machine and its main components 3. UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY ..............9 Explanations on how to remove the packing and on how to assemble separated parts 4.

  • Page 2

    INTRODUCTION EN 1 INTRODUCTION Dear Customer, thank you for having chosen one of our products. We hope that you will get com- plete satisfaction from using your new lawn-tractor and that it will fully meet all your expectations. This manual has been compiled in order that you may get to know your machine and to be able to use it safely and efficiently.

  • Page 3: Safety

    SAFETY EN 3 SAFETY 1.1 HOW TO READ THE MANUAL Some paragraphs in the manual containing information of particular importance for safety and operation are highlighted at various levels of emphasis, and signify the following: NOTE IMPORTANT These give details or further informa- tion on what has already been said, and aim to prevent damage to the machine.

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    EN 4 SAFETY 1.2 SAFETY REGULATIONS (read carefully before using the machine) A) TRAINING 1) Read the instructions carefully. Be familiar with the controls and the proper use of the equipment. 2) Never allow children or people unfamiliar with these instructions to use the lawn- mower.

  • Page 5

    SAFETY EN 5 2) Mow only in daylight or good artificial light. 3) Before attempting to start the engine, disengage all blade attachment clutches and shift into neutral. 4) Do not use on slopes of more than 10° (17%). 5) Remember there is no such thing as a “safe” slope. Travel on grass slopes requi- res particular care.

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    EN 6 SAFETY 1.3 SAFETY DECALS Your machine must be used with care. Therefore, decals have been placed on the machine, to remind you pictorially of the main precautions to take during use. These decals are to be considered an integral part of the machine. If a decal should fall off or become illegible, contact your Retailer to replace it.

  • Page 7: Identification Of The Machine And Components

    IDENTIFICATION OF THE MACHINE AND COMPONENTS EN 7 IDENTIFICATION OF THE MACHINE AND COMPONENTS 2.1 IDENTIFICATION OF THE MACHINE The plate located near the battery hou- sing has the essential data of each machine. The serial number (7) must be quoted when you require technical assistance or spare parts.

  • Page 8

    EN 8 IDENTIFICATION OF THE MACHINE AND COMPONENTS 12. Blades: these are what cut the grass. The wings at the ends help convey the cut grass towards the collector channel. 13. Collector channel: this is the part connecting the cutting deck to the grass- catcher.

  • Page 9: Unpacking And Assembly

    UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY EN 9 UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY For storage and transport reasons, some components of the machine are not directly installed in the factory, but have to be assembled after their removal from the packing. Final assembly is carried out by following these simple instructions. IMPORTANT The machine is supplied without engine oil or fuel.

  • Page 10

    EN 10 UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY 3.2 FITTING THE STEERING WHEEL Put the machine on a flat surface and straighten up the front wheels. Fit the steering wheel (1) onto the protru- ding shaft (2) with the spokes directed towards the seat. Line up the hole in the steering wheel hub with the hole in the shaft and insert the pin supplied (3) using a hammer, ensuring...

  • Page 11

    UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY EN 11 3.4 CONNECTING THE BATTERY The battery (1) is situated under the seat and is held in place by a spring (2). Connect the two red cables (3) to the positive terminal (+) and the three black cables (4) to the negative terminal (–) using the supplied screws and following the illustrated sequence.

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    EN 12 UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY 3.6 GRASS-CATCHER ASSEMBLY The grass-catcher is assembled in four stages: A) First of all assemble the frame, joining the upper part (1) to the lower part (2) using the supplied screws and nuts (3) as shown. Position the angle plates (4) and (5), making sure that they are for the right (R ) and left (L ), sides, and attach them to the frame using the four self-threading screws (6).

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    UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY EN 13 14 - 15 (x 2) (x 4) (x 4) (x 2)

  • Page 14: Controls And Instruments

    EN 14 CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 4.10 4.1 S TEERING WHEEL Turns the front wheels. 4.2 A CCELERATOR LEVER Regulates the engine's r.p.m. The positions are indicated on a plate showing the...

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    CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS EN 15 following symbols: «CHOKE» for starting from cold; «SLOW» for minimum engine speed; «FAST» for maximum engine speed. – The «CHOKE» position enriches the mixture so must only be used for the time necessary when starting from cold. –...

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    EN 16 CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS 4.5 L IGHT SWITCH For turning on the lights when the key (4.3) is in the «ON» position. 4.6 P ILOT LAMP AND AUDIBLE WARNING This light comes on when the key (4.3) is in the «ON» position and remains con- stantly lit while the machine is operating.

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    CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS EN 17 4.10 L EVER FOR TIPPING THE GRASS CATCHER This lever, when pulled out from its hole, is to tip the grass-catcher to empty it and reduce the effort required by the operator. ➤ For mechanical drive models: 4.21 C LUTCH BRAKE PEDAL...

  • Page 18

    EN 18 CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS ➤ For hydrostatic drive models: 4.31 B RAKE PEDAL This pedal works the brake on 4.31 the rear wheels. 4.32 D RIVE ENGAGEMENT PEDAL This pedal engages drive in the wheels as well as modula- ting the machine's forward and reverse speeds.

  • Page 19: How To Use The Machine

    HOW TO USE THE MACHINE EN 19 HOW TO USE THE MACHINE 5.1 SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS DANGER! The machine must only be used for the purpose for which it was designed (cutting and collection of grass). Do not tamper with or remove the safety devices fitted to the machine. REMEMBER THAT THE USER IS ALWAYS RESPONSIBLE FOR DAMAGE AND INJURIES TO OTHERS.

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    EN 20 HOW TO USE THE MACHINE – stopping the engine if even just one of the safety requirements is lacking. To start the engine it will be necessary that: – the transmission is in “neutral”; – the blades are not engaged; –...

  • Page 21: Preliminary Operations Before Starting Work

    HOW TO USE THE MACHINE EN 21 5.3 DIRECTIONS BEFORE STARTING THE WORK Before starting to work it is necessary to carry out several of checks and opera- tions to ensure that the work gives the best results and is done in maximum safety.

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    EN 22 HOW TO USE THE MACHINE bed in the engine manual, this must be between the MIN and MAX marks on the dipstick. Refuel using a funnel, but do not completely fill the tank. The tank's capacity is about 5.5 litres. DANGER! Refuelling should be carried out in an open or well venti- lated area with engine stopped.

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    HOW TO USE THE MACHINE EN 23 If you would like to mow without using the grass- catcher, an optional stone-guard kit (☛ 8.2) is available. This has to be attached to the rear plate as indi- cated in the relevant instructions. 5.3.5 C HECKING THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE SAFETY DEVICES Check that the safety systems are working properly by simulating the various...

  • Page 24: Using The Machine

    EN 24 HOW TO USE THE MACHINE 5.4 USING THE MACHINE 5.4.1 S TARTING DANGER! All starting operations have to be effected in an open or well ventilated area! ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT EXHAUST GASES ARE TOXIC! To start the engine: –...

  • Page 25

    HOW TO USE THE MACHINE EN 25 – the transmission is not in neutral («N»). – the operator is absent with the parking brake disengaged. In these cases, once the situation has been corrected, the key must first be tur- ned back to “OFF”...

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    EN 26 HOW TO USE THE MACHINE WARNING! Drive must be engaged in the way already described ( ☛ 4.32) to prevent sudden engagement from causing tipping up and loss of control of the vehicle, particularly on slopes. 5.4.3 B RAKING First, reduce the machine’s speed by reducing the engine’s r.p.m.

  • Page 27

    HOW TO USE THE MACHINE EN 27 – start moving forwards onto the grass area very gradually and with particular caution, as already described; – adjust the forward speed and the cutting height (☛ 4.8) according to the lawn condition (height, density and dampness of the grass). On flat ground, these general conditions can be followed High and dense grass - wet lawn 2 km/h...

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    EN 28 HOW TO USE THE MACHINE – disengage the blades (☛ 4.7) and the audi- ble signal will stop; – press the button (1) which releases the emptying system, and bring the button back so that it is held down; –...

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    HOW TO USE THE MACHINE EN 29 5.4.9 E ND OF WORK Stop the machine, put the accelerator lever in the «SLOW» position and turn off the engine by putting the key into the «OFF» position. This automatically closes the fuel valve. WARNING! Always take out the ignition key if leaving the machine unattended!

  • Page 30

    EN 30 HOW TO USE THE MACHINE water through for a few minutes each, with the blades turning. When washing, the cutting deck should be in the fully lowered position. Take off the grass-catcher, empty and rinse it, and then put it in a position where it can dry quickly.

  • Page 31

    HOW TO USE THE MACHINE EN 31 5.4.12 C ARD PROTECTION DEVICE The electronic card has a self-resetting protector which breaks the circuit if there is a fault in the electrical system. It results in the stopping of the engine and is signalled by the pilot lamp turning off.

  • Page 32: Using On Slopes

    EN 32 HOW TO USE THE MACHINE To ... You must ... Empty the grass-catcher (☛ 5.4.6) Stop forward movement, disengage the blades, press the grass-catcher release button and move the lever for tip- ping up the grass-catcher. Unblock the collector channel Stop forward movement, disengage the blades and turn (☛...

  • Page 33: Transporting

    HOW TO USE THE MACHINE EN 33 ➤ For mechanical drive models: DANGER! Never ride the machine on slopes in neutral gear or with the clutch disengaged Always engage a low gear before leaving the machine stopped and unattended. ➤ For hydrostatic drive models: Go down slopes without touching the pedal (☛...

  • Page 34

    EN 34 HOW TO USE THE MACHINE 7. If the grass is very tall, it should be cut twice in a twenty-four hour period. The first time with the blades at maximum height, possibly reducing the cutting width, and the second cut at the height wanted. 8.

  • Page 35: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE EN 35 MAINTENANCE 6.1 SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS WARNING! Before cleaning, maintenance or repair work, take out the ignition key and read the relevant instructions. Wear suitable clothing and strong gloves when dismantling and refitting the blades and in all other hazardous situations for hands. WARNING! Never use the machine with worn or damaged parts.

  • Page 36: Routine Maintenance

    EN 36 MAINTENANCE carrying out any type of work on the machine and avoid operations which may cause it to fall over. 6.2 PERIODIC MAINTENANCE 6.2.1 MAINTENANCE AND GENERAL LUBRICATION Follow the diagrams which show the points requiring checks, lubricating and rou- tine maintenance, together with the type of lubricant to be used and the frequency required.

  • Page 37

    MAINTENANCE EN 37 b) Lubrification ➤ For mechanical drive models: ➤ For hydrostatic drive models: GREASE OIL - SAE 30...

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    EN 38 MAINTENANCE 6.2.2 G UIDE TO SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE This table is to help you maintain your machine’s safety and performance. It shows the main maintenance and lubrication work, indicating the frequency with which it should be carried out. To the right of each item there is a box where you write the date or after how many hours of operation the work was carried out.

  • Page 39

    MAINTENANCE EN 39 6.2.3 E NGINE Follow all the instructions in the engine manual. Use a piece of cardboard or a similar object under the drain tube to prevent oil drops on the frame of the unit. To empty the engine oil, unscrew the oil plug (1).

  • Page 40: Checks And Adjustments

    EN 40 MAINTENANCE recharging, to be connected to the corresponding connector of the special “CB01” maintenance battery-charger supplied with the machine. IMPORTANT Do not connect any other device than the “CB01” charger to this connector. 6.3 CHECKS AND ADJUSTMENTS Summary of the main situations where work may be required Every time that ...

  • Page 41

    MAINTENANCE EN 41 Sharpen the two cutting edges using a medium grade grinding wheel and check the balance by holding the blade up with a round 18 mm Ø bar inserted in the cen- tral hole. WARNING! Damaged or bent Ø...

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    EN 42 MAINTENANCE – put 26 mm blocks (1) under the front 2 - h = 32 mm edge of the deck and 32 mm blocks (2) under the rear edge, and thenput the lif- ting lever into position «1»; –...

  • Page 43

    MAINTENANCE EN 43 6.3.3 A DJUSTMENT TO THE ENGAGEMENT AND BRAKE OF THE BLADES When the lever is operated to disengage the blades, this also activates the blade brake for stopping the blades within a few seconds. A stretched cable and changes in the length of the belt can impair the blades’...

  • Page 44: Dismantling And Renewing Parts

    EN 44 MAINTENANCE NOTE When replacing the belt, take great care when using for the first few times as engagement may be sudden until the belt is sufficiently run in. 6.4 DISMANTLING AND REPLACEMENT 6.4.1 R EPLACING WHEELS Stop the machine on a flat surface and put a block under a load-bearing part of the frame on the side that the wheel is to be changed.

  • Page 45

    MAINTENANCE EN 45 6.4.3 R EPLACING BULBS The bulbs (18W) have a bayonet fitting and are installed in the bulb holder which can be taken out by turning it anti- clockwise, using pliers. 6.4.4 R EPLACING A FUSE The general and power circuits of the elec- trical system are protected by a 6.3 A delayed fuse (1).

  • Page 46: Troubleshooting

    EN 46 TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM LIKELY CAUSE SOLUTION 1. With the key at The protection of the electronic card has Put the key in the «OFF» position and «ON» the pilot lamp cut in due to: look for the cause of the problem: remains off.

  • Page 47

    TROUBLESHOOTING EN 47 PROBLEM LIKELY CAUSE SOLUTION 6. Weak engine – forward speed too high in relation to – reduce the forward speed and/or raise performance during cutting height (☛ 5.4.5) the cutting deck cutting 7. Engine stops and – intervention of the safety devices (☛ –...

  • Page 48

    EN 48 TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM LIKELY CAUSE SOLUTION 12. Unusual vibrations – the blades are imbalanced – balance or replace the damaged bla- while working des (☛ 6.3.1) – blades loose – check that the blades are firmly fitted (☛ 6.3.1) (remember the left-hand thread of the right hand blade) –...

  • Page 49: Accessories (optional)

    ACCESSORIES ON REQUEST EN 49 ACCESSORIES (OPTIONAL) 1. STONE-GUARD KIT For use in place of the grass-catcher when the cuttings are not to be collected. 2. TOWING HITCH For towing a small trailer.

  • Page 50: Specifications

    ................HF2114 S HF2114 H Electric system ..............12 V Battery ................20 Ah 20 Ah Engine: HONDA type ............GCV520 GCV520 Operating engine speed ..........2700 r.p.m. 2700 r.p.m. Front tyres ................13 x 5.00-6 13 x 5.00-6 Rear tyres ................18 x 8.50-8 18 x 8.50-8...

  • Page 51: Alphabetical Index

    ALPHABETICAL INDEX EN 51 ALPHABETICAL INDEX Accelerator Function ............. 4.3 Function and use ........4.2 Audible warning Lights Function ............. 4.6 Switch ............4.5 When it signals ........5.4.6 Replacing bulbs ........6.4.3 Battery Maintenance Description ........... 2.2-17 How it is to be done...... 6.2.1 - 6.2.2 Connections ..........

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