Operators Manual Parts Manual Please read these instructions carefully and make sure you understand them before using the machine. MANUAL NO. 539111288 REV 01 (03/31/05) Collection System Models: 111280 / HCS9 111281 / HCS13...
General Information ... 5 Safety Procedures ... 5 Unpacking Instructions ... 7 Assembly Instructions ... 7 Collection System ... 7 Blower/Drive Kit ... 11 Operating the Collection System ... 14 Maintenance and Service Instructions Transport ... 15 Cleaning and Washing ... 15 Storage ...
FEATURES & CONTROLS HOOD INLET LATCH SUPPORT LINKAGE SUPPORT BRACKET HITCH HITCH BRACKET REAR GUARD WEIGHT BAR DRIVE KIT HOSE CAST WEIGHT BLOWER ASSEMBLY NOTE: Your Front Weight Bar may look different from those shown in this diagram.
General Information This manual will assist you in the safe operation and proper maintenance of your Husqvarna equipment. Read it thoroughly before attempting to operate the machine. Call your dealer or Husqvarna if additional information is required. The following safety symbols are used throughout...
3 - Operation • Never run an engine in an enclosed area. • Only operate in good light, keeping away from holes and hidden hazards. • Slow down and use extra care on hillsides. Make turns gradually and at slow speed. Do not operate across the sides of slopes.
Cut and two plastic ties that secure the weight bar to the pallet. Remove the weight bar. 10. Cut the two plastic ties that secure the blower assembly to the pallet. Remove the blower assembly. 11. Remove the 1 x 4 that secures the cast weights to the pallet. Remove the weights.
Remove the (10) 5/16 carriage bolts that secure the standard rear guard to the straps and skid plates. Remove the standard rear guard. Replace with the collection rear guard, and secure with the carriage bolts that were just removed. Figure 2. Place the hitch assembly on the ground behind the mower.
Place the hood assembly on to the hitch assembly. Place both hood hinges between the upper hitch mounts on the hitch assembly. Be sure that the rubber seal is on the inside of the hood. Place the (2) friction washers between the hood hinge and the upper hitch mount.
With the hood open, secure the (3) bags in place. The back of the bags will hook over the mounting tabs on the hitch assembly. Figure 5. Close the hood, and latch the draw latch over the draw latch keeper on the hitch assembly. Figure 5.
108951, 7/16 x 2 1/2 bolt and install in the spindle. Torque to 45 ft/ lbs. Place the blower assembly on it’s top. Using the 5/32" allen wrench, remove the 111229, 1/4 x 5/8 screw on the pulley shield.
52" and 61" decks. Drill the two small holes indicated with the 11/32" drill bit. The blower housing will fit 42" and 48" units with no modifications. Figure 2. 14. Remove the (4) 1/4 x 3/4 carriage bolts from the deck plate, and the (4) 3/8"...
Remove the discharge chute from the deck. Place the deck plate pin in the tube on the back edge of the deck. Rotate the blower around and into place. Figure 3. Install the pin thru the tabs on both the deck and the blower.
Operating the Collection System NEVER USE THE COLLECTION SYSTEM WITHOUT THE BLOWER ASSEMBLY AND HOSES SECURELY ATTACHED. Make sure hoses are connected at both ends. Inspect hoses prior to each use. Do not use the unit on slopes greater than 10 degrees.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE Transport WARNING The collection system bags must be com- pletely empty or removed while driving for- ward onto a trailer. If the mower must be loaded onto a trailer while there is still de- bris in the container, the mower must be backed up onto the trailer to avoid tipping.
SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE Caring For Hoses 1. Inspect hoses before each use. If hoses have excessive wear, tears, or punctures, replace immediately. 2. To prolong the life of the hose, periodically ro- tate hose and turn hose end to end. Refer to Preventative Maintenance Schedule in this manual.