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Husqvarna 115 247227 R1 Operator's Manual

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Operator's Manual 2009-09
Grass Catcher
54"
Model 966 445001

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    Operator's Manual 2009-09 Grass Catcher 54" Model 966 445001...

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    ©2009 HTC. All Rights Reserved. Beatrice, NE. Printed in U.S.A.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    SAfETy ... 5 GENERAL OPERATION ... 5 SLOPE OPERATION ... 5 CHILDREN ... 6 SERVICE ... 6 CONTAINER CONTENTS ... 8 ASSEmBLy ... 9 CONTENTS OPERATION ... 14 TIPS TO ImPROVE BAGGING... 14 CUSTOmER RESPONSIBILITIES ... 15 GENERAL RECOmmENDATIONS ... 15 STORAGE...

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    CONGRATULATIONS on your purchase of a new Grass Catcher. It has been designed, engineered and manufactured to give you the best possible dependability and performance. Should you experience any problem you cannot easily remedy, contact the nearest authorized service center/ department. They have competent, well- trained technicians and the proper tools for service and repairs.

  • Page 5: Safety

    SAFE OPERATION PRACTICES FOR RIDE-ON MOWERS DANGER ! THIS CUTTING mACHINE IS CAPABLE Of AmPUTATING HANDS AND fEET AND THROWING OBJECTS. fAILURE TO OBSERVE THE fOLLOWING SAfETy INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURy OR DEATH. GENERAL OPERATION Read, understand and follow all instructions in the •...

  • Page 6: Children

    SAFE OPERATION PRACTICES FOR RIDE-ON MOWERS DO NOT turn on slopes unless necessary, and then, • Do not turn slowly and gradually downhill, if possible. mow near drop-off, ditches, or • Do not embankments. The mower could suddenly turn over if a wheel is over the edge of a cliff or ditch, or if an edge caves in.

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    SAFE OPERATION PRACTICES FOR RIDE-ON MOWERS • NEVER allow children to operate the machine. Be sure the area is clear of other people before • mowing. Stop machine if anyone enters the area. Never carry passengers or children even with the •...

  • Page 8: Container Contents

    UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS Remove all parts and packing materials from • carton. Check carton contents against list. Be sure all • parts are there. TOOLS REQUIRED ½" Wrench (2) • • " Wrench " Socket wrench • • Drill and " bit PARTS IDENTIFICATION CONTAINERS NOTE: When right hand (RH) and left hand (LH.) are mentioned in this manual, it means when seated...

  • Page 9: Assembly

    BAGGER MOUNT - 2009 Models Install the bagger mount tube to the rear guard with -18 x 3¼ bolts and flange nuts from kit. NOTE: Depending on model, rear guard hole may need to be drilled out to " if kit hardware is too large.

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    INSTALLING CHUTE SUPPORT Position upper chute support against bagger inlet, flush at outer edges. See Illustration. Using support as a template, drill two bagger hood. Upper Chute Support Secure upper chute support to hood with hex bolts, washers and nyloc nuts. Flex Trim ASSEMBLY CONTAINER MOUNTING...

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    CONTAINER MOUNTING Install containers on supports, overlapping at center supports. Close cover and lock latch handles over center support tubes. Center Support Tubes WARNING DO NOT operate mower unless container is properly installed. Container is subject to wear and deterioration, check containers frequently, replace when cracked or damaged.

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    UPPER CHUTE INSTALLATION Attach bungee latch assembly from kit as illustrated. Slide upper chute onto lower chute, lining up notches and channels. Stretch bungee latch up onto acorn nut on upper chute to secure. ASSEMBLY CHUTE / HOOD INSTALLATION Push upper chute through the gasketed opening in the cover assembly.

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    FRONT WEIGHTS 2008 and Prior Models Remove foot rest from the front of the mower. Remove the two front bolts that secure the caster to the sides of the frame. Remove the two bolts that secure the caster to the bottom of the frame.

  • Page 14: Operation

    TIPS TO IMPROVE BAGGING follow the mower operation instructions in the mower operator’s manual. When utilizing the grass catcher on a lawn where grass and leaf bagging equipment has not been used, thatch and debris that has accumulated for long periods of time will be picked up. The amount collected and the total time of operation may be greater than experienced with regular use of the grass catcher.

  • Page 15: Customer Responsibilities

    CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS Always observe safety rules when performing any maintenance. Before each use check for loose fasteners. • Clean unit thoroughly after each use. • BLADE CARE for best results mower blades must be kept • sharp. Replace bent or damaged blades. See BLADE CARE instructions in your mower •...

  • Page 16: Parts

    REPAIR PARTS...

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    ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION 532 192709 ...1 ... SCREEN, COVER 532 195373 ...1 ... COVER 539 976952 ...6 ... SCREW #10-24 x 539 108096 ...2 ... HAIR PIN 539 108097 ...4 ... PLUG, TUBING END 532 176990 ...1 ... BAGGER, fRAmE NOTE: ALL fASTENERS ARE GRADE 5 UNLESS OTHERWISE SPECIfIED.

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    REPAIR PARTS...

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    ITEM PART NO. QTY. DESCRIPTION 539 113204 ...1 ... CHUTE, LOWER 539 108141 ...1 ... CHUTE, UPPER 539 108082 ...1 ... DUmP BAG INDICATOR 539 108194 ...2 ... LATCH 539 108088 ...1 ... LATCH, HOOD 539 131091 ...1 ... TUBE mOUNT 522 854502 ...1 ...

  • Page 20: Torque Specifications

    The torque values shown should be used as a general guideline when specific torque values are not given. Grade SAE Grade 5 ft./lbs ft./lbs ¼ ½ ¾ ** Grade 5 - Minimum commercial quality (lower quality not recommended) Grade Grade 8.8 ft./lbs ft./lbs 13.5...

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    P/N 115 247227 R1 06/15/09...

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