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Safety Instructions & Operators Manual for
EUROPEAN REAR ENGINE RIDING MOWER SERIES 23
E281123BVE E281323BVE E331523KVE
MODEL NUMBER EXPLANATION
EUROPEAN MODEL CUTTING WIDTH ENGINE HP
E - European Model 28 - 28 Cutting Deck cutting Deck
ENGINE OPTIONS ENGINE TYPE SERIES DESIGNATION
11 - 11.0 HP Engine 13 - 13.0 HP Engine 15 - 15.0 HP Engine
23 - Series Designation
B - Briggs Engine K Kohler Engine
V Overhead Valve E - Electric Start
Thank you for buying a SNAPPER Product! Before operating your machine, read this manual carefully and pay particular attention to the IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS on Pages 2 & 3. Remember that all power equipment can be dangerous if used improperly. Also keep in mind that SAFETY requires careful use in accordance with the operating instructions and common sense!
COPYRIGHT 2002 SNAPPER INC. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
MANUAL No. 7-5128 (I.R. 6/21/02)
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: This powerful cutting machine is capable of amputating hands and feet and can throw objects that can cause injury and damage! Failure to comply with the following SAFETY instructions could result in serious injury or death to the operator or other persons. The owner of the machine must understand these instructions and must allow only persons who understand these instructions to operate machine. Each person operating the machine must be of sound mind and body and must not be under the influence of any substance, which might impair vision, dexterity or judgment. If you have any questions pertaining to your machine which your dealer cannot answer to your satisfaction, call or write the Customer Service Department at SNAPPER, McDonough, Georgia 30253. Phone: (1-800-935-2967).
PROTECTION FOR CHILDREN
Tragic accidents can occur if the operator is not alert to the presence of children. Children are often attracted to the machine and the mowing activity. Never assume that children will remain where you last saw them. 1. KEEP children out of the mowing area and under the watchful care of a responsible adult. 2. DO NOT allow children in yard when machine is operated (even with the blade OFF). 3. DO NOT allow children or others to ride on machine or on attachments (even with the blades OFF). They may fall and be seriously injured. 4. DO NOT allow pre-teenage children to operate machine. 5. ALLOW only responsible adults & teenagers with mature judgment under close adult supervision to operate machine. 6. DO NOT operate blades in reverse. STOP BLADES. LOOK and SEE behind and down for children, pets and hazards before and while backing. 7. USE EXTRA CARE when approaching blind corners, shrubs, trees, or other objects that may obscure vision.
PROTECTION AGAINST TIPOVERS
(Continued From Previous Column) 5. STAY ALERT for holes and other hidden hazards. Tall grass can hide obstacles. Keep away from ditches, washouts, culverts, fences and protruding objects. 6. KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE (at least 3 feet) away from edge of ditches and other drop offs. The machine could turn over if an edge caves in. 7. Always begin forward motion slowly and with caution. 8. Use weights or a weighted load carrier in accordance with instructions supplied with a grass catcher. DO NOT operate machine on slopes exceeding 10 degrees (18% grade) when equipped with grass catcher. 9. DO NOT put your foot on the ground to try to stabilize the machine. 10. DO NOT operate machine on wet grass. Reduced traction could cause sliding. 11. DO NOT operate machine under any condition where traction, steering or stability is doubtful.
(Continued From Previous Column) 14. Exercise CAUTION when pulling loads. Limit loads to those you can safely control and attach loads to hitch plate as specified with SNAPPER attachment instructions. 15. DO NOT operate engine in enclosed areas. Engine exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide, a deadly poison.
1. DO NOT store machine or fuel container inside where fumes may reach an open flame, spark or pilot light such as in a water heater, furnace, clothes dryer or other gas appliance. Allow engine to cool before storing machine in an enclosure. Store fuel container out of the reach of children in a well ventilated, unoccupied building. 2. Keep engine free of grass, leaves or excess grease to reduce fire hazard and engine overheating. 3. When draining fuel tank, drain fuel into an approved container outdoors and away from open flame. 4. Check brakes frequently; adjust, repair or replace as needed. 5. Keep all bolts, nuts and screws properly tight. Check that all cotter pins are in proper position. 6. Always provide adequate ventilation when running engine. Exhaust gases contain carbon monoxide, an odorless and deadly poison. 7. Disconnect negative (black) cable from battery before performing maintenance or service. Cranking engine could cause injury. 8. DO NOT work under machine without safety blocks. 9. Service engine and make adjustments only when engine is stopped. Remove spark plug wire(s) from spark plug(s) and secure wire(s) away from spark plug(s). 10. DO NOT change engine governor speed settings or overspeed engine. 11. Lubricate machine at intervals specified in manual to prevent controls from binding. 12. Mower blades are sharp and can cut. Wrap the blades or wear heavy leather gloves and use CAUTION when handling them. 13. DO NOT test for spark by grounding spark plug next to spark plug hole; spark plug could ignite gas exiting engine. 14. Have machine serviced by an authorized SNAPPER dealer at least once a year and have the dealer install any new safety devices. 15. Use only genuine SNAPPER replacement parts to assure that original standards are maintained.
1. Mount and dismount machine from left side. 2. Start engine from operator's seat, if possible. Make sure blades are OFF and parking brake is set. 3. DO NOT leave machine with engine running. STOP engine, STOP blades, SET brake, and Remove key before leaving operators position of any reason. 4. DO NOT operate machine unless properly seated with feet on feet rests or pedal(s). 5. STOP BLADES and ENGINE and make sure blades have stopped before removing grass catcher or unclogging mower to prevent loss of fingers or hand. 6. Blades must be OFF except when cutting grass. Set blades in highest position when mowing over rough ground. 7. Keep hands and feet away from rotating blades underneath deck. DO NOT place foot on ground while BLADES are ON or machine is in motion. 8. DO NOT operate machine without entire grass catcher or guards in place. DO NOT point discharge at people, passing cars, windows or doors. 9. Slow down before turning. 10. Watch out for traffic when near or crossing roadways. 11. STOP engine immediately after striking an obstruction. Inspect machine and repair damage before resuming operation. 12. Operate machine only in daylight or with good artificial light. 13. Move joystick (if equipped) SLOWLY to maintain control during speed and directional changes.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS...2-3 TABLE OF CONTENTS....4 SECTION 1 - FAMILIARIZATION...5-7 Decals / Symbols....6-7 SECTION 2 - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS...8-14 Pre-start Checklist....8 Operators Seat Adjustment...8 Starting & Stopping Engine, Blade & Wheel Drive..9-13 Starting & Stopping Mower Blades...11-12 Starting & Stopping Wheel Drive...11-12 Parking Brake....13 Cutting Height Adjustment...13 Reverse Lockout Mechanism...14 SECTION 3 - MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS...15-20 Service After First 5 Hours....15 Change Engine Oil....15 Service Engine Air Cleaner...15 Check Mower Blade...15 Check Blade Drive Belt...16 Check Blade Brake....16 Service Brake / Park Brake....16 Check Interlock System....17 Reverse Lockout Mechanism....17 Lubrication Grease Fittings....17 Service Every 25 Operating Hours...17-19 Battery Fluid Level....18 Mower Deck Levelness...18 Clean Mower Deck....18 Mower Blade Spindle Lubrication..18 Mower Deck Linkage Lubrication...18 Front Wheel Bearing Lubrication...19 Rear Axle Bearing Lubrication...19 Differential / Chain Case Lubrication..19 Service Annually....20 Engine....20 Fuel Filter....20 Every Two Years....20 Storage - Out of Season....20 Removing Fuel Tank....20 SECTION 4- ADJUSTMENTS AND REPAIR..21-29 Engine Adjustments & Repair...21 Mower Deck & Component Adjustments..21 Blade Brake Adjustment....21 Mower Drive Belt Adjustment 28 Decks...22 Mower Deck Adjustment (Side to Side Levelness)...23 Mower Deck Adjustment (Front to Rear Levelness)..23 Wheel Brake Adjustment...24 Mower Blade Replacement...25 Blade Sharpening....25 Blade Drive Belt Removal/Replacement...26 Battery Removal, Replacement, Service...27-29 ACCESSORIES.....29 TROUBLESHOOTING....30-31 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE...32 MAINTENANCE/REPLACEMENT PARTS...33 WARRANTY.....34
IMPORTANT: The figures and illustrations in this manual are provided for reference only and may differ from your specific model. Contact your Snapper dealer if you have questions 4
Section 1 - FAMILIARIZATION
TRANSMISSION SHIFT LEVER
ENGINE SPEED CONTROL
PARK BRAKE LATCH
FIGURE 1.1 1.1 INTRODUCTION This manual has been prepared for the operators of the SNAPPER Rear Engine Rider. Its purpose, aside from recommending standard operating procedures and routine service requirements, is to promote SAFETY through the use of accepted operating practices. Read, Understand and Follow the IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS on Pages 2 & 3 of this manual and All SAFETY messages on the Rear Engine Rider and its attachments before operating. 1.2 NOMENCLATURE The nomenclature drawing above, Figure 1.1, shows the essential parts of the SNAPPER Rear Engine Rider. It is recommended that all operators of this equipment become thoroughly familiar with the controls, components, and operation of this machine before operating. Specific details involving the engine are found in the separate engine owners manual. Study these manuals before operating and keep both handy for future reference.
Section 1 FAMILIARIZATION DECALS / SYMBOLS
BLADE ENGAGED POSITION ON KEY SWITCH POSITION SYMBOLS ON START ENGINE
OFF BLADE LEVER POSITION SYMBOLS
BLADE DISENGAGED POSITION OFF ENGINE SPEED CONTROL SYMBOLS
EUROPEAN COMMUNITY 29776
GUARD WARNING 29784 DO NOT operate without entire Grass Catcher or Guard in place
EUROPEAN NOISE CONTROL 74135
PATENT NUMBERS 2-9470
FUEL CAUTION 29113 WARNING ROTATING BLADE 22841
LOWEST HEIGHT OF CUT BATTERY CAUTION DECAL - 15691 PARK BRAKE HIGHEST HEIGHT OF CUT HEIGHT OF CUT DECAL - 46218 AUTOMATIC BLADE STOP DECAL - 24072 CLUTCH/BRAKE DECAL - 2-8514 TRACTION CLUTCH
BATTERY STORAGE DECAL - 29948
SAFETY INSTRUCTION DECAL - 35974
BATTERY CAUTION DECAL - 29947
TRANSMISSION SHIFT LEVER SYMBOLS
CLUTCH/BRAKE, PARKING BRAKE, BLADE OPERATION
DEFLECTOR CAUTION DECAL 29839
REVERSE MACHINE REAR
Section 2 - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
2.1 PRE-START CHECK LIST Make the following checks and perform the service required before each start-up. 2.1.1. Check tires and add or release air as needed to bring pressure to 12 PSI in front and 12 PSI in rear tires. 2.1.2. Check guards, deflectors and covers to make sure all are in place and securely tightened. 2.1.3. Check engine oil and add oil as needed to bring level up to the FULL mark. Refer to engine owners manual for oil specifications. See Figure 2.1. 2.2 OPERATORS SEAT ADJUSTMENT 2.2.1. FRONT TO REAR ADJUSTMENT 1. With the engine stopped, loosen the two adjusting knobs and move seat to desired position. After adjustment, tighten knobs securely. If seat does not move after loosening knobs, it may be necessary to loosen the 5/16 patch lock screws or hex nuts located at the rear of the seat. See Figure 2.3.
OPERATORS SEAT ADJUSTING KNOBS
SAFE LEVEL AREA
FIGURE 2.1 2.1.4. Check blade control to insure it works freely. If blade pedals are depressed, blade lever can be moved manually from ON to OFF to stop blade. 2.1.5. Clean exterior surfaces of cutting deck and engine of any accumulation of dirt, grass, oil, etc. Keep engine air intake screen and cooling fins clear at all times. 2.1.6. Check Reverse Lockout Mechanism. With blade pedals depressed, shift lever must not go into reverse. 2.1.7. Add fuel to tank after pushing the Rear Engine Rider outside where fumes can dissipate. Make sure fuel filler cap is tight and vent is open after refueling. Refer to engine owners manual for fuel specifications. See Figure 2.2.
REMOVE OIL PLUG TO ALLOW OIL TO DRAIN ROTATE COUNTERCLOCKWISE AND PULL OUT TO OPEN
5. After all the oil has drained, close the drain and wipe up any oil that may have spilled. See Figure 3.1. Dispose of used oil properly. 6. Fill engine crankcase with new oil. Refer to your engine owners manual for oil specifications. 3.2.2. SERVICE ENGINE AIR CLEANER The engine is equipped with a dual element air cleaner. Both the foam pre-cleaner and cartridge require service. Refer to Engine Owners Manual for recommended service procedures. 3.2.3. CHECK MOWER BLADE 1. Follow WARNING statement found on this page. 2. Check fuel level in tank. If over 3/4 full, remove tank. Refer to Section REMOVING FUEL TANK. If 3/4 or less, proceed to next step. 3. Carefully stand Rear Engine Rider on rear bumper.
Remove the battery if the Rear Engine Rider will be left standing on the rear bumper for longer than 2 hours. Refer to Section BATTERY REMOVAL. DO NOT use a cutting blade that shows signs of excessive wear or damage on the Rear Engine Rider. Refer to Section MOWER BLADE REPLACEMENT for proper blade inspection and service procedures. 4. Check torque of blade mounting bolts. As necessary, torque to 30 to 40 ft. lbs. See Figure 3.2. 5. Check blade for sharpness, wear and damage. Refer to Section BLADE WEAR LIMITS.
TORQUE BLADE BOLTS TO 30 TO 40 FT. LBS.
PUSH AND ROTATE CLOCKWISE TO CLOSE
6. Check blade for straightness. Refer to Section ADJUSTING MOWER BLADE.
FIGURE 3.1 15
DO NOT attempt any adjustments, maintenance, service or repairs with the engine running. Stop engine. Stop blade. Engage parking brake. Remove key. Remove spark plug wire from spark plug and secure away from plug. Engine and components are HOT. Avoid serious burns, allow all parts to cool before working on machine. Fuel Filler Cap and Vent must be closed securely to prevent fuel spillage. 3.2 SERVICE - AFTER FIRST 5 HOURS 3.2.4. CHECK BLADE DRIVE BELT The blade drive consists of a single belt from the engine to the deck. Inspect for signs of deterioration and proper tension. 1. Lower deck to lowest setting. 2. Remove four self-tapping screws, two on each side of mower drive belt cover. See Figure 3.3. 3. Slide cover back and rotate out. IMPORTANT: The blade drive belt on 33 decks does not require tension adjustment. If the belt becomes worn or slack it must be replaced. Refer to Section BLADE DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT.
BELT SPACING SHOULD BE 1-1/4
REMOVE FOUR (4) SELF-TAPPING SCREWS REMOVE COVER
MOWER DECK PULLEY
FIGURE 3.4 3.2.5. BLADE BRAKE 1. Check blade brake for proper function. Blade should stop rotating in 3 seconds or less after moving the blade control lever to the OFF position or after releasing the blade pedals.
FIGURE 3.3 4. With engine OFF and deck in 3rd height of cut position, move blade lever back to the ON position and depress blade pedals. 5. 28 Decks: Measure the belt spacing at idler pulley. See Figure 3.4. The belt spacing should be 1-1/4 but no less than 1. If the measurement is less than 1, the belt tension should be adjusted. Refer to Section BLADE DRIVE BELT ADJUSTMENT. Blades must stop rotating in 3 seconds or less after the blade has been turned off. DO NOT operate machine until blade brake has been adjusted and functioning properly. 2. If the blade continues to rotate longer than 3 seconds do not operate machine. Refer to Section BLADE BRAKE ADJUSTMENT or contact your SNAPPER dealer for assistance. 3.2.6. SERVICE BRAKE / PARK BRAKE 1. Check machine brake for proper function. Engage park brake. Push machine. Rear tires should skid. Drive machine forward and apply brake. Machine should come to a complete stop in less than 5 ft. 2. If brakes are not functioning properly brake adjustment must be completed before operating machine. Refer to Section SERVICE BRAKE PARK BRAKE ADJUSTMENT. 16
The following procedure requires the engine and blades to be operated. Exercise extreme caution. Clear area of loose parts & tools first. Only operate blades when seated in the operators seat.
3.2.7. INTERLOCK SYSTEM Check interlock controls for proper function: The engine MUST NOT start if: 1. Blade Control is ON and/or clutch/brake pedal is released. The engine and blades MUST STOP if: 2. The operator leaves the operator position with Blade Control ON and/or clutch/brake pedal is released. IMPORTANT: When cover is removed, you are viewing the carburetor side of the air filter, which will appear clean. Remove filter and pre-cleaner for inspection.
AIR CLEANER LATCH BRIGGS ENGINE SHOWN
DO NOT operate machine if interlock system is not functioning properly. Contact your SNAPPER dealer immediately for assistance. 3.2.8. REVERSE LOCKOUT MECHANISM Check function of Reverse Lockout Mechanism with engine off. 1. Depress and hold blade pedals. 2. Depress and hold clutch/brake pedal. 3. Shift lever must not go into reverse.
SPINDLE GREASE FITTING
DO NOT attempt any adjustments, maintenance, service or repairs with the engine running. Stop engine. Stop blade. Engage parking brake. Remove key. Remove spark plug wire from spark plug and secure away from plug. Engine and components are HOT. Avoid serious burns, allow all parts to cool before working on machine. Fuel Filler Cap and Vent must be closed securely to prevent fuel spillage. 3.3.4. CLEAN MOWER DECK 1. Follow WARNING statement found on this page. 2. Check fuel level in tank. If over 3/4 full, remove tank. Refer to Section REMOVING FUEL TANK. If 3/4 or less, proceed to next step. 3. Carefully stand Rear Engine Rider on rear bumper. 4. Clean underside of mower deck, removing all accumulation of grass clippings and debris. 5. Clean top of deck, removing all grass clippings and debris. 3.3.5 MOWER BLADE SPINDLE - LUBRICATION 1. Follow WARNING statement found on this page. 2. Check fuel level in tank. If over 3/4 full, remove tank. Refer to Section FUEL TANK REMOVAL. If 3/4 or less, proceed to next step. 3. Carefully stand Rear Engine Rider on rear bumper. 4. Lubricate spindle with three shots of general purpose grease from grease gun. See Figure 3.6. IMPORTANT: If the Rear Engine Rider will be on its rear bumper for longer than two hours, remove the battery. Refer to Section BATTERY REMOVAL. 3.3.6. MOWER DECK LINKAGE - LUBRICATION Lubricate all mower deck linkage pivot points with a light coat of motor oil.
FIGURE 3.6 (Continued on next page) 3.3.7. FRONT WHEEL BEARING - LUBRICATION 1. Lubricate front wheel bearings with five shots of general purpose grease, from grease gun. See Figure 3.7.
FRONT WHEEL GREASE FITTING
DO NOT attempt any adjustments, maintenance, service or repairs with the engine running. Stop engine. Stop blade. Engage parking brake. Remove key. Remove spark plug wire from spark plug and secure away from plug. Engine and components are HOT. Avoid serious burns, allow all parts to cool before working on machine. Fuel Filler Cap and Vent must be closed securely to prevent fuel spillage. 3.3 SERVICE - EVERY 25 OPERATING HOURS 3.3.8. REAR AXLE BEARING - LUBRICATION 1. The left rear axle bearing requires three shots of general purpose grease from a grease gun. See Figure 3.8. 2. The right rear axle bearing is lubricated by the differential lubricant and requires no grease.
LEFT REAR AXLE BEARING GREASE FITTING
FILL/LEVEL PLUG P.N. 1-1024
2. To check lubricant, remove fill/level plug and visually inspect for lubricant on the internal parts of the differential. If no lubricant is visible on the internal parts of the differential, add SNAPPER Transmission grease as needed. See Figure 3.9. IMPORTANT: Overfilling of the differential with lubricant will cause lubricant to leak onto drive components of the Rear Engine Rider.
FIGURE 3.9 3.3.9. DIFFERENTIAL/CHAIN CASE - LUBRICATION 3. Check fill/level plug for damage. If signs of wear or cracks are visible, replace plug with new plug. See Figure 3.10. 4. To check lubricant in chain case, remove fill/level plug and look for lubricant on the internal components of the chain case. If no lubricant is visible, add "SNAPPER Transmission grease as needed. See Figure 3.10.
FIGURE 3.8 3.3.9. DIFFERENTIAL/CHAIN CASE - LUBRICATION 1. Stand rear engine rider on its rear bumper and check the fill/level plug, for cracks and wear. Replace fill/level plug if signs of wear are visible. IMPORTANT: If the Rear Engine Rider will be on its rear bumper for longer than two hours, remove the battery. Refer to Section BATTERY REMOVAL.
FIGURE 3.10 19
DO NOT attempt any adjustments, maintenance, service or repairs with the engine running. Stop engine. Stop blade. Engage parking brake. Remove key. Remove spark plug wire from spark plug and secure away from plug. Engine and components are HOT. Avoid serious burns, allow all parts to cool before working on machine. Fuel Filler Cap and Vent must be closed securely to prevent fuel spillage. 3.3.10. Check MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Section of Engine Owners Manual for additional engine service. 3.4 SERVICE - ANNUALLY 3.4.1. Perform all maintenance as specified in MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Section of this manual. 3.4.2. ENGINE Perform all maintenance as specified in Engine Owners Manual. 3.4.3. FUEL FILTER Service fuel filter as instructed below, on COLD ENGINE ONLY! IMPORTANT: To stop flow of fuel, tank may be removed from bracket and set on the floor so the fuel level will be below the filter. Refer to Section REMOVING FUEL TANK. 1. 2. 3. 4. Remove hose clamps from fuel filter. Remove fuel lines from filter. Discard filter. Install new fuel filter. See Figure 3.11. Reinstall fuel tank into bracket.
3.5 EVERY TWO YEARS In addition to regular maintenance, the following components of the Rear Engine Rider should be carefully inspected every two years for wear or damage. Replace worn or damaged parts with genuine SNAPPER replacement parts available from an authorized SNAPPER dealer. 3.5.1. All bushings and pivot areas. 3.5.2. Check both front wheel king pins. 3.5.3. Transmission shift lever and detent. 3.5.4. Clutch disc. 3.5.5. Clutch Yoke (See Figure 4.8). 3.5.6. Mower deck linkage and pivot areas. 3.6 STORAGE (OUT OF SEASON) If desired, the Rear Engine Rider can be stored on the rear bumper. Perform the following procedures to insure the Rear Engine Rider will operate properly when taken out of storage. 3.6.1. Thoroughly clean the Rear Engine Rider by removing all grass clippings and debris. 3.6.2. Perform maintenance and lubrication as required. 3.6.3. Drain fuel from fuel tank. 3.6.4. Start engine and allow it to run until engine runs out of fuel. This allows the carburetor and fuel system to remain clean during storage. 3.6.5. Remove battery. Refer to Section BATTERY STORAGE. 3.6.6. Close vent on fuel filler cap. 3.6.7. Carefully stand Rear Engine Rider on rear bumper in desired location for storage. 3.7 REMOVING FUEL TANK Before removing fuel tank from rear engine rider, move rider outdoors where fumes can be easily dissipated. Removal of the tank is accomplished from the left side of the machine by pulling the tank straight up and away from the fuel tank bracket. See Figure 3.12. Holding the fuel tank, remove the fuel filler cap and pour remaining fuel in an approved container.
WEAR LIMIT (NOTCH STARTS) BLADE
BLADE MOUNTING BOLTS
DANGEROUS CONDITION! DO NOT USE ON MOWER! REPLACE WITH NEW BLADE. DO NOT SHARPEN BEYOND ORIGINAL CUTTING EDGE
22 TO 28
Blades are extremely sharp and can cause severe injuries. Wear heavy gloves when working on or handling blades. DO NOT use blades that show signs of wear or damage.
ORIGINAL CUTTING EDGE
4.4.2. BLADE SHARPENING 1. Follow WARNING statement found on this page. 2. Check fuel level in tank. If over 3/4 full, remove tank. Refer to Section REMOVING FUEL TANK. If 3/4 or less, proceed to next step. 3. Carefully stand Rear Engine Rider on rear bumper. 4. Remove blade. See Figure 4.11.
DO NOT attempt any adjustments, maintenance, service or repairs with the engine running. Stop engine. Stop blade. Engage parking brake. Remove key. Remove spark plug wire from spark plug and secure away from plug. Engine and components are HOT. Avoid serious burns, allow all parts to cool before working on machine. Fuel Filler Cap and Vent must be closed securely to prevent fuel spillage. 4.5 BLADE DRIVE BELT REPLACEMENT Inspect mower drive belt as described in Section CHECK MOWER DRIVE BELT. Replace belt if signs of excessive wear and/or damage are present. 4.5.1. BELT REMOVAL 1. Remove mower drive belt cover. Refer to Section DRIVE BELT COVER REMOVAL. 2. Remove old belt. 4.5.2. BELT REPLACEMENT 1. Follow WARNING statement found on this page. 2. Check fuel level in tank. If over 3/4 full, remove tank. Refer to Section REMOVING FUEL TANK. If 3/4 or less, proceed to next step. 3. Carefully stand Rear Engine Rider on rear bumper. 4. Route new belt through engine belt guide up to engine pulley. See Figure 4.13.
ENGINE PULLEY 1/16 NOMINAL
9. Route belt onto spindle pulley. Make sure belt is inside spindle belt guide and idler belt guide. Route belt as shown in Figure 4.14 or 4.15 10. Reinstall idler removed in Step 8. The idler belt guide tab should be positioned in the hole located on idler arm. Tighten idler pulley bolt securely. 11. Adjust belt guide. See Figure 4.14 or 4.15 for proper belt-to-belt guide clearances. 12. Check mower drive belt tension and adjust if necessary (28 deck only). Refer to Section MOWER DRIVE BELT ADJUSTMENT. 13. Reinstall mower drive belt cover. 28 DECKS
The electrolyte (acid) produces a highly explosive gas. Keep all sparks, flame and fire away from area when charging battery or when handling electrolyte or battery. Electrolyte (acid) is a highly corrosive liquid. Wear eye protection. Wash affected areas immediately after having eye or skin contact with electrolyte (acid). Battery acid is corrosive. Rinse empty acid containers with water and mutilate before discarding. If acid is spilled on battery, bench, or clothing, etc., Flush with clear water and neutralize with baking soda. 4.6.3. BATTERY SERVICE 1. Remove battery. See Section on Battery Removal. 2. Place battery in a well ventilated area on a level surface. 3. Using distilled water, refill cells as required to cover cell plates of which can also be visualized through the plastic battery case. 4. With cell caps removed, connect battery charger to battery terminals. Red to positive (+) terminal and black to negative (-) terminal. 5. Slow charge battery at 1 amp for 10 hours. 6. If battery will not accept charge or is partially charged after 10 hours of charging at 1 amp, replace with new battery. 4.6.4. BATTERY STORAGE If mower is to be stored out of season on its rear bumper, it is recommended the battery be removed, charged and stored. 1. Remove battery. Refer to Section BATTERY REMOVAL. 2. Perform battery service. 3. Bring battery to full charge, if required. 4. Store battery in an area away from the RIDER on a wood surface. DO NOT STORE BATTERY ON A CONCRETE SURFACE. 4.6.5. NEW BATTERY PREPARATION 1. Remove battery from carton. 2. Place battery in a well ventilated area on a level non-concrete surface. 3. Remove battery cell caps. Fill cells as required with electrolyte (purchased separately) to proper level. Fill to 3/16 above cell plates. Filling battery with electrolyte will bring the battery to 80% charged state. 4. With cell caps removed, connect battery charger to battery terminals; RED to positive (+) and BLACK to negative (-) terminal. IMPORTANT: 3/16 above cell plates is the recommended level. DO NOT place anything in battery other than specified electrolyte.
DO NOT attempt to charge battery while installed on the Riding Mower. DO NOT use BOOST chargers on the battery. DO NOT OVERFILL! 5. Slow charge the battery at 1 amp for 2 hours to bring the battery to full charge. 6. After charging, check level of electrolyte and add as needed to bring level to 3/16 above cell plates. 7. Reinstall cell caps. 8. Slide battery partially into battery housing. 9. Connect positive (+) cable (red) first, from wiring harness to the positive terminal (+) on battery using bolt and nut provided in hardware bag. Connect negative (-) cable (black) last, to negative terminal (-) on battery using bolt and nut. Apply a small amount of grease over terminals to prevent corrosion. 10. Insert battery completely into battery housing. 11. Reinstall battery cover. See Figure 4.16.
PROBLEM Engine Will Not Start Using Recoil Starter PROBABLE CAUSE 1. Fuel tank empty. 2. Engine needs choking. 3. Spark plug wire disconnected. 4. Faulty parking brake, blade or ignition switch. 5. Park brake not engaged. 6. Ignition is in the OFF position. 1. Fuel tank empty. 2. Engine needs choking. 3. Spark plug wire disconnected. 4. Faulty parking brake, blade or ignition switch. 5. Park brake not engaged. 6. Blown Fuse. 7. Faulty interlock module. 8. Ignition is in the OFF position. 9. Battery is weak or dead. 10. Battery cables loose, broken disconnected or corroded. 11. Faulty electric starter or starter solenoid. 12. Starter cable loose, broken or disconnected. 13. Electrical wiring harness disconnected or broken. 1. Operator not in seat. 2. Choke control in the CHOKE position. 3. Fuel tank empty. 4. Engine air pre-cleaner and/or air cleaner dirty. 5. Spark plug defective or gap set improperly. 6. Fuel filter restricted. 7. Water, debris or stale fuel in fuel system. 8. Vent on fuel cap closed. 1. Excessive load on engine. 2. Engine air pre-cleaner or air cleaner dirty. 3. Spark plug faulty. 4. Water, debris or stale fuel in fuel system. 5. Debris build up on engine cooling screen. 1. Throttle control set too FAST. CORRECTIVE ACTION 1. Fill fuel tank with fresh fuel to proper level. 2. Move choke control to CHOKE position. 3. Place spark plug wire onto spark plug. 4. Contact authorized SNAPPER dealer. 5. Engage park brake. 6. Turn ignition switch to the ON position. 1. Fill fuel tank with fresh fuel to proper level. 2. Move choke control to CHOKE position. 3. Place spark plug wire onto spark plug. 4. Contact authorized SNAPPER dealer. 5. Engage park brake. 6. Replace with new 20 AMP fuse. 7. Contact authorized SNAPPER dealer. 8. Turn ignition switch to the START position. 9. Charge or replace with new battery. 10. Clean and connect battery cables. If broken, replace with new battery cables. 11. Contact authorized SNAPPER dealer. 12. Connect starter cable. If broken, replace with new starter cable. 13. Connect or replace with new wiring harness. 1. Sit in operators seat. 2. Move choke control to OFF position. 3. Fill fuel tank with fresh fuel to proper level. 4. Clean free of all debris. 5. Service spark plug. 6. Replace fuel filter. 7. Drain and clean fuel system. 8. Open vent. 1. Lessen load. 2. Clean or replace filters. 3. Service spark plug. 4. Drain and clean fuel system. Replace filter. 5. Clean all debris from engine cooling screen. 1. Set throttle control to SLOW and allow engine to idle. Then, turn key to OFF. 1. Service mower blade(s). 2. Service and tighten loose parts. 3. Replace air lifts. Tighten to proper torque. 4. Replace belt. 5. Replace pulley.
Engine Will Not Start Using Electric Starter
Engine Stalls After Running
Engine Loses Power
Engine Backfires When Turned To STOP Excessive Vibration 1. Damaged, out of balance or bent mower blades. 2. Loose blade components. 3. Loose or missing air lift (if equipped). 4. Lumpy or frayed belt. 5. Bent Idler, stationary or spindle pulley.
EACH USE 5 HOURS 25 HOURS 50 HOURS 100 HOURS EACH SEASON
X X X*
*Change oil every 25 hours when operating under heavy load or high temperatures. **Clean more often under dusty conditions or when air debris is present
MAINTENANCE/REPLACEMENT PARTS MAINTENANCE PARTS
Engine Speed Control (Briggs Engine) Engine Speed Control (Kohler Engine) Clutch/Brake Cable (28 Deck Models) Clutch/Brake Cable (33 Deck Models) Brake Cable 28 Cutter Blade (Standard - Not Air Lift Compatible) 28 Cutter Blade (Standard - Air Lift Compatible) 28 Cutter Blade (Mulching) 28 Cutter Blade (Ninja - Quad Edge) 33 Cutter Blade (Standard - Not Air Lift Compatible) 33 Cutter Blade (Standard - Air Lift Compatible) 33 Cutter Blade (Mulching) 33 Cutter Blade (Ninja - Quad Edge) Air Lift Kit (28 & 33Decks) Engine to Cutting Deck Belt (28 Decks) Engine to Cutting Deck Belt (33 Decks) Rubber Drive Disc Parts Manual for Rear Engine Rider Series 22 & 23 2-4155 7-4320 2-9913 7-4131 7-1909 3-5635 1-9515 1-6980 2-6453 3-4168 1-9523 1-6982 2-4741 6-0480 2-2252 4-3844 5-3103 06129
3 YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
For three (3) years from purchase date for the original purchaser's residential, non-commercial use, SNAPPER, through any authorized SNAPPER dealer will replace, free of charge (except for taxes where applicable), any part or parts found upon examination by the factory at McDonough, Georgia, to be defective in material or workmanship or both. For ninety (90) days from purchase date for the original purchaser's commercial, rental, or other non-residential use, SNAPPER, through any authorized SNAPPER dealer will replace, free of charge, any part or parts found upon examination by the factory at McDonough, Georgia, to be defective in material or workmanship or both. All transportation costs incurred by the purchaser in submitting material to an authorized SNAPPER dealer for replacement under this warranty must be paid by the purchaser. This warranty does not apply to engines and their components, and batteries, as these items are warranted separately. This warranty does not apply to parts that have been damaged by accident, alteration, abuse, improper lubrication, normal wear, or other cause beyond the control of SNAPPER. This warranty does not cover any machine or component part that has been altered or modified changing safety, performance, or durability. Batteries have a one (1) year prorated warranty period with free replacement if required during the first ninety (90) days from the original purchase date. SNAPPER will not be responsible for any installation cost incurred. The battery warranty only covers original equipment batteries and does not cover damage to the battery or machine caused by neglect or abuse, destruction by fire, explosion, freezing, overcharging, improper maintenance, or use of improper electrolyte. There is no other express warranty. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY Implied warranties, including those of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose, are limited to three (3) years from purchase date for the original purchaser's residential or other non-commercial use, and ninety (90) days from purchase for the original purchaser's commercial, rental or other non-residential use, and to the extent permitted by law, any and all implied warranties are excluded. This is the exclusive remedy. Liabilities for consequential damages, under any and all warranties are excluded. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, or do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. WARNING: THE USE OF REPLACEMENT PARTS OTHER THAN GENUINE SNAPPER PARTS MAY IMPAIR THE SAFETY OF SNAPPER PRODUCTS AND WILL VOID ANY LIABILITY AND WARRANTY BY SNAPPER ASSOCIATED WITH THE USE OF SUCH PARTS.
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