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This Instruction Book contains information for several models.
Read and keep this book for future reference.
This book contains important information on
SAFETY, ASSEMBLY, OPERATION, AND MAINTENANCE.
The owner must be certain that all
the product information is included with the unit.
This information includes
the INSTRUCTION BOOKS,
the REPLACEMENT PARTS and the WARRANTIES.
This information must be included to make sure state laws
and other laws are followed.
MURRAY, INC. Two Year Limited Warranty Murray, Inc. warrants to the original purchaser that this unit shall be free from defects in ma- terial and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of Two (2) Years from the date of purchase; however, this warranty does not cover engines, accessories (such as snow blowers, snow blades, grass baggers and plows), transmissions, batteries and Nor- mal Wear Parts (except as noted below) or transaxles as the companies that manufacture these items f
OWNER’S INFORMATION This instruction book is written for a person with some mechanical ability. Like most service books, not all the steps are described. Steps on how to loosen or tighten fasteners are steps anyone can follow with some mechanical ability. Read and follow these instructions before you use the unit. Know your product: If you understand the unit and how the unit operates, you will get the best performance. As you read this manual, compare the illustrations to the unit. Learn the lo
IMPORTANT Safe Operation Practices for Walk-Behind Mowers. This cutting machine is capable of amputating hands and feet and throwing objects. Failure to ob- serve the following safety instructions could result in serious injury or death. I. General Operation tion which can cause drowsiness or affect your ability to operate this machine safely. 1. Read, understand, and follow all instruc- 15. Never operate mower in wet grass. Always tions on the machine and in the manual(s). be sure of your footi
IMPORTANT DO NOT: nect the spark plug wire, and keep the wire away from the plug to prevent accidental Do not mow near drop-offs, ditches, or em- starting. Always wear eye protection when bankments. The operator could lose footing you make adjustments or repairs. or balance. 4. Keep all nuts and bolts, especially blade at- Do not mow excessively steep slopes. tachment bolts, tight and keep equipment in Do not mow on wet grass. Reduced footing good condition. could cause slipping. 5. Never tamper
SAFE MOWING GUIDE Every person who uses power equipment gency. Learn how to cut and how to keep con- must learn the difference between proper and trol of the mower at all times. improper use, safe and unsafe mowing prac- Many mowers are started manually. When us- tices. Read the next few pages carefully. ing a pull start or rope start, place your feet They can help you learn. Too often the mow- firmly and away from the blade. Hold the rope er user is inexperienced, not properly in- handle secure
SAFE MOWING GUIDE bruises, or even put out an eye. Often the per- improve the performance, help the engine stay son hurt by a thrown object is a bystander such cooler, extend the life of moving parts, and as a child, another family member or a neigh- minimize the danger of fire. People get burned bor. Keep people and pets completely away working with and around their mowers for oth- from the mowing area. Direct the mower’s dis- er reasons than fire and explosions. It takes charge away from areas
SAFE MOWING GUIDE Use only original equipment or approved sub- in the rain is no fun and it is dangerous. Always stitutions as service parts. If you need profes- seek shelter in an electrical storm. In extreme- sional service, select a shop that is an ly dry mowing conditions, your safety glasses can serve a dual purpose by protecting your Authorized Service Center for your brand of mower. If you plan to service the unit yourself, eyes from dust and thrown objects, also a dust follow directions
SAFE MOWING GUIDE While mowing, if you hit a foreign object, stop equipped, in FAST position when mowing and the engine. Remove the spark plug wire. Care- bagging. When bagging, slower ground speed fully and thoroughly inspect the mower for will provide the best results. damage. Make necessary repairs before re- Change the mowing pattern slightly each time starting. If the unit starts to vibrate abnormally, you cut. If you always cut the same way, the stop the engine immediately and check for th
STEPS TO FOLLOW BEFORE MOWING Be sure to dress correctly. Wear hard shoes, not sandals or tennis shoes. Examine the blade. A blade that is bent, cracked, or damaged must be replaced with a factory replacement blade. Fill the fuel tank outside. Clean off spilled fuel. Read and follow the Owner’s Manual, the instructions with the engine, and the instructions with any attachments. Owner’s Manual instructions are for your safety and the safety of others. Exhaust fumes are dangerous. Sta
PREPARATION 2. Mount the rear wheels onto the axle bolts WARNING: Before doing any and fasten with the washers and axle assembly or maintenance to the knobs. mower, remove the wire from the spark plug. NOTE: In this instruction book, left and Upper Handle right describe the location of a part with the operator standing behind the handle. Wingnut Lower Handle UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS Locking The mower was fully assembled at the factory. Tabs When the mower was put in the carton, the Handle handle
PREPARATION HOW TO ADJUST THE HANDLE HEIGHT The handle bracket has two assembly posi- tions. A HIGH and a LOW position (Figure 4). Lower Handle The HIGH position will raise the handle ap- proximately four inches. Handle Bracket HIGH LOW Wingnut ÇÇ Figure 5 ÇÇ Figure 4 1. Remove the wingnuts and bolts from the HIGH Position right and left handle brackets (Figure 5). Handle Bracket 2. To raise the handle, mount the lower han- dle in the HIGH position shown in Figure 6. 3. To lower the handle, moun
PREPARATION IMPORTANT: This unit is equipped with an HOW TO PREPARE THE ENGINE internal combustion engine and must not ENGINE DOES NOT CONTAIN be used on or near any unimproved forest- OIL OR GASOLINE covered, brush-covered or grass-covered land unless the engine’s exhaust system is Fill the engine with the proper amount of oil. See the engine manufacturer’s instructions for equipped with a spark arrester meeting the type of gasoline and oil to use. Before you applicable local or state laws (if
OPERATION ENGINE STOP LEVER WARNING: Always use a safety gasoline container. Do not smoke Release the engine stop lever and the engine when adding gasoline to the fuel and the blade will automatically stop. To run tank. When inside an enclosure, the engine, hold the engine stop lever in the Operating position (Figure 8). do not add gasoline. Before you add gasoline, stop the engine and Before you start the engine, operate the en- gine stop lever several times. Make sure the let the engine cool f
MAINTENANCE ENGINE MAINTENANCE Use the following maintenance section to keep Hard starting. your unit in good operating condition. All the Engine smoking. maintenance information for the engine is in Spark plug fouling. the “Engine Instruction Book”. Before you start Oil or gas saturation of the air filter. the engine, read this book. WARNING: Before you make an inspection, adjustment (except carburetor), or repair, stop the engine and disconnect the wire from the spark plug. ENGINE TIP
MAINTENANCE 5. Check the blade according to the ”Blade BLADE SERVICE Service” instructions. Replace a badly WARNING: Before you inspect worn or damaged blade with a factory re- the blade or the blade adapter, placement blade. disconnect the wire to the spark 6. Mount the blade with the curved edges to- plug. If the blade hits an object, stop the ward the housing. If the blade is upside engine. Disconnect the wire to the spark down, the blade will not cut correctly and plug. Check the unit for da
MAINTENANCE 5. Make sure the blade is balanced. Use a Recoil-Start Rope screwdriver and hold the blade parallel to the ground as shown. A blade that is bal- anced will stay parallel to the ground. If the blade is not balanced, the heavy end will rotate toward the ground. Sharpen the Push in on heavy end until the blade is balanced. lower handle. 6. A new blade will cut better than a badly worn blade. Every two years replace the old blade with a factory replacement blade. CHECK THE LEVEL OF CUT T
TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART The Engine will not start. 1. Make sure the fuel tank is filled with clean gasoline. Do not use old gasoline. 2. On a cold engine, push the primer button (optional on some models). For the number of times required to push the primer button, see the engine manufacturer’s instructions. 3. Make sure the wire for the spark plug is connected to the spark plug. 4. Adjust the Carburetor. See the “Engine Instruction Book”. 5. There is too much gasoline in the engine cylinder. Remo
HANDLE - BRIGGS & STRATTON MODELS 13 1 16 7 3 12 4 2 15 KEY KEY DESCRIPTION PART NO. DESCRIPTION PART NO. NO. NO. 1 Handle, Upper (Black) 1101556E701 7 Locknut 15x116 Handle, Upper (Gray) 1101556E724 12 Guide, Rope 071530 2 Handle, Lower (Black) 1102087E701 13 Engine Stop Lever 1101964E701 Handle, Lower (Gray) 1102087E724 15 Fastener, Cable 1101353 3 Bolt 002x77 16 Engine Stop Cable * 1102094 4 Knob, Plastic 071294 Engine Stop Cable # 1102072 * Used on Briggs & Stratton Classic, Sprint, Quattro,
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