WARNING: All personnel that repair or do servicing on the product must read and understand the safety instructions in this workshop manual. 1.5 Servicing tools The manual gives information about necessary servicing tools. Always use original tools from Husqvarna. 1292 - 001 - Introduction - 3...
Noise emission to the environment that have tension. according to the European Community’s • Use only a Husqvarna Battery Series type of battery Directive. The product’s emission is with this product. Obey the safety instructions that specified in the Technical data chapter are given for the battery and battery charger.
Start procedure: push ON/OFF button, loos- en start inhibitor, push motor brake handle down. Release motor brake handle to stop. Slow Fast Note: Other symbols/decals on the product refer to certification requirements for some markets. 1292 - 001 - Safety - 5...
3 Prepare and do servicing on the product 3.1 Servicing schedule After each Every 10 Every 25 Maintenance task Before use hours hours Product Do a general inspection. Clean the product. Clean the transmission covers. Make sure that the motor does not have grass on it.
3.2 Function test 7. Loosen the start inhibitor. 3.2.1 Control panel overview 8. Push the motor brake handle in the direction of the handlebar. 1. ON/OFF button 2. Decrease speed button 3.2.3 To use the drive on the wheels 3. Operation speed indicator •...
3.2.5 To stop the product The product stops automatically if you do not operate it for 3 minutes. 1. Release the motor brake handle to stop the motor. 2. Push the ON/OFF button on the control panel. All LED lights and symbols on the display go out. 3.
4.6 Servicing tools Item Description Use for Article number Open Wrench, 8, 12, 13, 14 mm Bolts T-handle Torx T20 Screw with torx head 588 59 85-01 T-handle Torx T25 Screw with torx head 502 71 27-01 Snap ring pliers Snap rings Screwdriver, PH4 Screws...
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6. Remove the battery from the battery charger. 5.3.3 Battery charging status A Husqvarna Li-ion battery can be charged or used at all charging levels. The battery is not damaged. A fully charged battery will not decrease its charge when the battery is left in the charger.
6.2 Power unit overview 1. Battery box 9. Air outlet 2. Fan 3. Connections between the battery box and the motor 6.3 Battery box overview 4. Motor Control box Note: The illustration shows the battery box turned with 5. Motor the top down 6.
1. Connections between the battery box and the motor 2. Left fan 3. Bracket for the battery box cables 4. Cable bracket for the left battery 5. Cable bracket for the right battery 6. Key switch 7. Right fan 6.4 To clean and examine the product parts •...
6.5 Blade 9. Pull the blade around by hand and make sure that it turns freely. 6.5.1 To remove and replace the blade WARNING: Use heavy duty gloves. The 1. Lock the blade with a block of wood. blade is very sharp and cuts can easily occur.
4. Attach the wheels in the opposite sequence. Use the 4. Remove the nut cap and the nut. Remove the 2 ball Servicing tools on page 14 . correct torque. Refer to bearings and the wheels on the sides of the front wheel axle.
3. Remove the nut cap, the nut, and the wheel on the 2 5. Remove the transmission bracket screws. sides of the product. 6. Remove the cotter pin from the link arm to 4. Remove the snap ring, the pinion, the washer and disengage the height mechanism.
6.9 Motor 7. Remove the transmission support screws and the supports. Remove the transmission and the rear axle. 6.9.1 To remove the power unit from the chassis 1. Remove the batteries from the power unit. Remove the safety key, if it is installed. 2.
To remove and replace 3. Put the product on its side. Make sure that it is 5. Remove the blade. Refer to the blade on page 20 . stable. 4. Disconnect the transmission cable. 6. Remove the 4 bolts and remove the motor cover. 7.
8. Remove the 3 bolts and the 3 spring washers. 4. Turn the power unit with its top up and open the Remove the power unit from the chassis. battery hatch. 9. Install the power unit in the opposite sequence. 5.
6. Remove the cover from the power unit. 3. Loosen the screw and push the plastic plate to the side. 4. Pull up the transmission cable and disconnect it. 6.9.3 To remove the motor control box To remove the power unit from the chassis 1.
6. Pull up the cables (A, B and C) and disconnect 4. Pull up the fan cables and disconnect them. them. 5. Remove the screws and remove the battery control box. 7. Remove the motor control box (D). Replace the motor control box, if it is necessary.
6.9.5 To remove the battery box 3. Remove the 3 screws and remove the bracket (A). To remove the power unit from the chassis 1. Refer to on page 23 , To remove the cover from the power unit on page 25 and To remove the battery control box on page 27 .
6.9.7 To remove the fans and the air filters 3. Remove the 2 screws (A) and remove the cover (B). To remove the power unit from the chassis 1. Refer to on page 23 , To remove the cover from the power unit on page 25 , To remove the battery control box on page 27 and To remove the battery box on page 28 .
6.9.8 To remove air conductor 6.9.9 To remove the motor To remove the power unit from the chassis To remove the power unit from the chassis 1. Refer to 1. Refer to on page 23 , To remove the cover from the power on page 23 , To remove the cover from the power unit on page 25 , To remove the battery box on page unit on page 25 , To remove the motor control box on...
6.10 Control panel 6.11 Start inhibitor 6.10.1 To disassemble and assemble the control 6.11.1 To remove and install the start inhibitor panel 1. Remove the 4 screws and remove the cover on the left side of the start inhibitor. Pull the cables out of 1.
4. Remove the right side of the start inhibitor. 5. Remove the drive bail wire. 6. Install the start inhibitor in the opposite sequence. Servicing tools on Use the correct torque. Refer to page 14 . 32 - Repair instructions 1292 - 001 -...
7 Troubleshooting 7.1 Troubleshooting schedule To do Problem Possible cause Step Troubleshooting There is no battery in the Make sure that the battery is installed cor- Install a battery. battery box. rectly. The battery is defective. Push the button on the battery and do a Replace the bat- check of the battery error condition.
7.2 Troubleshooting schedule To do Problem Possible cause Step Troubleshooting The warning indicator shows Make sure that the cutting motor is instal- Connect the phase the error code 2: Cutting mo- led correctly and that the phase cables are cables correctly or tor phase connection is de- not defective.
7.3 Troubleshooting schedule To do Problem Possible cause Step Troubleshooting The warning indicator shows Make sure that the transmission motor Clean and let the the error code 1: Transmis- does not have grass on it. transmission motor sion motor high temperature cool down.
7.4 Troubleshooting schedule To do Problem Possible cause Step Troubleshooting The warning indicator shows Do a check of the cooling fan in battery box Replace the cooling the error code 17: Cooling 1. Make sure that it operates when the cut- fan assembly.
7.6 To use the common service tool (CST) 3. Connect the cable (D) to the CST. The CST transmits data from Husqvarna products and the batteries to a computer (not included). There is a diagnostic tool list and a list of saved error codes. The CST can also update the software in battery products.
7. On the computer, select the battery slot that is connected. 8. On the computer, start the update and wait until the update is done. 9. Stop the product, turn the safety key to 0. 10. Connect the adapter cable to the next battery slot and do steps 3-7 again.
Battery runtime, min, (free run) with SavE activated, with one Husqvarna 5.2 Ah battery (Bli200). Battery runtime, min, (free run) with standard mode acti- vated, with one Husqvarna 5.2 Ah battery (Bli200). Noise emissions Sound power level, measured dB (A)
50–60 QC500 100–240 50–60 9.2 Registered trademarks ® Bluetooth word mark and logos are registered Bluetooth SIG, inc. and any use of trademarks owned by such marks by Husqvarna is under license. 1292 - 001 - Technical data - 41...