SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT
HOW TO LEVEL THE MOWER
If the mower housing is level, the blade will cut easier and the lawn
will look better.
Before you make an inspection,
ment, or repair to the unit, disconnect the wire to the
spark plug. Remove the spark plug wire to prevent
the engine from starting by accident.
Make sure the unit is on a hard flat surface.
Check the air pressure in the tires. If the air pressure is incor-
rect, the mower housing will not cut level. Make sure the tires
are inflated to: Front Tires 22 PSi (1.5 BAR), Rear Tires 14 PSL
Open the cover (see Figure 24).
Move the lift lever to the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT
Loosen the front and rear adjuster knobs (see Figure 24 and
Figure 25). Make sure both sides of the mower housing are set-
ting on a flat surface. Also, make sure the lift links and adjuster
plates are loose and can easily move up or down.
Rear Adjuster Knob
Tighten the front and rear adjuster
Make sure the ad-
juster knobs are tight. If necessary, use a wrench to tighten the
For plastic adjuster
tighten to a
torque of 7 foot pounds (9,5 N-m). For metal adjuster
tighten to a torque of 10 foot pounds (13,5 N-m).
Raise the lift lever from the LEVEL ADJUSTMENT position to
a CUlq-ING HEIGHT position (Figure 26).
Close the cover.
Mow for a short distance. If the height of cut is not level, repeat
the above steps.
Do not operate with the mower housing in the
position. If you operate in the LEVEL
position, the mower housing and blades can be
Cutting Height Positions