Jonsered LT2220 CMA2 User Manual

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LT2220 CMA2
02764
Operator's Manual
SAFETY RULES
Safe Operation Practices for Ride-On Mowers
DANGER: THIS CUTTING MACHINE IS CAPABLE OF AMPUTATING HANDS AND FEET AND THROW ING OBJECTS. FAILURE TO OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH.
WARNING: In order to prevent ac ci den tal starting when setting up, trans port ing, ad just ing or making repairs, al ways dis con nect spark plug wire and place wire where it can not contact spark plug.
WARNING: Do not coast down a hill in neu­tral, you may lose control of the tractor.
WARNING: Tow only the attachments that are rec om mend ed by and comply with spec i fi ca tions of the man u fac tur er of your tractor. Use common sense when towing. Operate only at the low est possible speed when on a slope. Too heavy of a load, while on a slope, is dan ger ous. Tires can lose trac tion with the ground and cause you to lose control of your tractor.
Do not operate the machine while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
• Watch for traffic when operating near or crossing road ways.
Use extra care when loading or unloading the machine into a trailer or truck.
• Always wear eye protection when operating machine.
Data indicates that operators, age 60 years and above, are involved in a large percentage of riding mower­related injuries. These operators should evaluate their ability to operate the riding mower safely enough to protect them selves and others from serious injury.
Follow the manufacturer's recommendation for wheel weights or counterweights.
Keep machine free of grass , leaves or other debris build-up which can touch hot exhaust / engine parts and burn. Do not allow the mower deck to plow leaves or other debris which can cause build-up to occur. Clean any oil or fuel spillage before operating or storing the machine. Allow machine to cool before storage.
I. GENERAL OPERATION
Read, understand, and follow all instructions on the machine and in the manual before starting.
Do not put hands or feet near rotating parts or under the machine. Keep clear of the discharge opening at all times.
Only allow responsible adults, who are familiar with the in struc tions, to operate the machine.
Clear the area of objects such as rocks, toys, wire, etc., which could be picked up and thrown by the blades.
• Be sure the area is clear of bystanders before operating. Stop machine if anyone enters the area.
Never carry passengers.
Do not mow in reverse unless absolutely necessary. Always look down and behind before and while back ing.
Never direct discharged material toward anyone. Avoid discharging material against a wall or obstruction. Material may ricochet back toward the operator. Stop the blades when crossing gravel surfaces.
Do not operate machine without the entire grass catcher, discharge guard, or other safety devices in place and working.
Slow down before turning.
Never leave a running machine unattended. Always turn off blades, set parking brake, stop engine, and remove keys before dismounting.
Disengage blades when not mowing. Shut off engine and wait for all parts to come to a complete stop before cleaning the machine, removing the grass catcher, or unclogging the discharge guard.
• Operate machine only in daylight or good artificial light.
II. SLOPE OPERATION
Slopes are a major factor related to loss of control and tip-over accidents, which can result in severe injury or death. Operation on all slopes requires extra caution. If you cannot back up the slope or if you feel uneasy on it, do not mow it.
Mow up and down slopes, not across.
Watch for holes, ruts, bumps, rocks, or other hidden objects. Uneven terrain could overturn the machine. Tall grass can hide obstacles.
Choose a low ground speed so that you will not have to stop or shift while on the slope.
Do not mow on wet grass. Tires may lose traction.
Always keep the machine in gear when going down
slopes. Do not shift to neutral and coast downhill.
Avoid starting, stopping, or turning on a slope. If the tires lose traction, disengage the blades and proceed slowly straight down the slope.
Keep all movement on the slopes slow and gradual. Do not make sudden changes in speed or direction, which could cause the machine to roll over.
• Use extra care while operating machine with grass catchers or other at tach ments; they can affect the stability of the machine. Do no use on steep slopes.
Do not try to stabilize the machine by putting your foot on the ground.
Do not mow near drop-offs, ditches, or embankments. The machine could suddenly roll over if a wheel is over the edge or if the edge caves in.
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SAFETY RULES
Safe Operation Practices for Ride-On Mowers
III. CHILDREN
Tragic accidents can occur if the operator is not alert to the presence of children. Children are often attracted to the ma chine and the mowing activity. Never assume that children will remain where you last saw them.
Keep children out of the mowing area and in the watchful care of a responsible adult other than the operator.
• Be alert and turn machine off if a child enters the area.
Before and while backing, look behind and down for small children.
Never carry children, even with the blades shut off. They may fall off and be seriously injured or interfere with safe machine operation. Children who have been given rides in the past may suddenly appear in the mowing area for another ride and be run over or backed over by the machine.
Never allow children to operate the machine.
Use extra care when approaching blind corners, shrubs, trees, or other objects that may block your view of a child.
IV. TOWING
Tow only with a machine that has a hitch designed for towing. Do not attach towed equipment except at the hitch point.
Follow the manufacturer's recommendation for weight limits for towed equipment and towing on slopes.
• Never allow children or others in or on towed equipment.
On slopes, the weight of the towed equipment may cause loss of traction and loss of control.
Travel slowly and allow extra distance to stop.
V. SERVICE
SAFE HANDLING OF GASOLINE
To avoid personal injury or property damage, use extreme care in handling gasoline. Gasoline is extremely flammable and the vapors are explosive.
• Extinguish all cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and other sources of ignition.
Use only approved gasoline container.
• Never remove gas cap or add fuel with the engine running. Allow engine to cool before refueling.
Never fuel the machine indoors.
Never store the machine or fuel container where there is an open flame, spark, or pilot light such as on a water heater or other appliances.
Never fill containers inside a vehicle or on a truck or trailer bed with plastic liner. Always place containers on the ground away from your vehicle when filling.
• Remove gas-powered equipment from the truck or trailer and refuel it on the ground. If this is not possible, then refuel such equipment with a portable container, rather than from a gasoline dispenser nozzle.
Keep the nozzle in contact with the rim of the fuel tank or container opening at all times until fueling is complete. Do not use a nozzle lock-open device.
If fuel is spilled on clothing, change clothing immediately.
Never overfill fuel tank. Replace gas cap and tighten securely.
GENERAL SERVICE
Never operate machine in a closed area.
Keep all nuts and bolts tight to be sure the equipment is in safe working condition.
Never tamper with safety devices. Check their proper operation regularly.
Keep machine free of grass, leaves, or other debris build-up. Clean oil or fuel spillage and remove any fuel­soaked debris. Allow machine to cool before storing.
• If you strike a foreign object, stop and inspect the machine. Repair, if necessary, before restarting.
Never make any adjustments or repairs with the engine run ning.
Check grass catcher components and the discharge guard frequently and replace with manufacturer's rec­ommended parts, when necessary.
• Mower blades are sharp. Wrap the blade or wear gloves, and use extra caution when servicing them.
Check brake operation frequently. Adjust and service as required.
Maintain or replace safety and instruction labels, as necessary.
Be sure the area is clear of bystanders before operat­ing. Stop machine if anyone enters the area.
Never carry passengers.
Do not mow in reverse unless absolutely necessary. Al ways look down and behind before and while backing.
Never carry children, even with the blades shut off. They may fall off and be seriously injured or interfere with safe machine operation. Children who have been given rides in the past may suddenly appear in the mowing area for another ride and be run over or backed over by the machine.
Keep children out of the mowing area and in the watchful care of a responsible adult other than the operator.
• Be alert and turn machine off if a child enters the area.
Before and while backing, look behind and down for small children.
Mow up and down slopes (15° Max), not across.
Choose a low ground speed so that you will not have to stop or shift while on the slope.
Avoid starting, stopping, or turning on a slope. If the tires lose traction, disengage the blades and proceed slowly straight down the slope.
If machine stops while going uphill, disengage blades, shift into reverse and back down slowly.
Do not turn on slopes unless necessary, and then, turn slowly and gradually downhill, if possible.
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Gasoline Capacity 2.0 Gallons and type: Unleaded Regular
Oil Type (API-SG-SL): SAE 30 (above 32°F) SAE 5W-30 (below 32°F)
Oil Capacity: W/ Filter: 64 oz W/O Filter: 60 oz
Spark Plug: Champion QC12YC (Gap: .040")
Ground Speed (MPH): Forward: 0 – 5.2 Reverse: 0 – 2.9
Charging System: 16 AMPS @ 3600 RPM
Battery: AMP/HR: 28 MIN. CCA: 230 CASE SIZE: U1R
Blade Bolt Torque: 27-35 FT. LBS
CONGRATULATIONS on your purchase of a new tractor. It has been designed, engineered and manu fac tured to give you the best possible dependability and per for mance.
Should you experience any problem you cannot easily remedy, please contact your nearest authorized service center. We have competent, well-trained tech ni cians and the proper tools to service or repair this tractor.
Please read and retain this manual. The instructions will enable you to assemble and maintain your tractor prop erly. Always observe the "SAFETY RULES".
CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES
Read and observe the safety rules.
Follow a regular schedule in maintaining, caring for and using your tractor.
Follow the instructions under the "Maintenance" and "Stor age" sec tions of this own er's man u al.
WARNING: This tractor is equipped with an internal com­ bus tion engine and should not be used on or near any un im proved forest-covered, brush-covered or grass-cov ered land unless the en gine's exhaust system is equipped with a spark arrester meeting ap pli ca ble local or state laws (if any). If a spark arrester is used, it should be maintained in effective working order by the operator.
A spark arrester for the muffler is available through your nearest authorized service center/department.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SAFETY RULES ......................................................... 2-3
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS ....................................... 4
CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES ................................. 4
ASSEMBLY ................................................................. 6-9
OPERATION ...........................................................10-17
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE ...................................... 18
MAINTENANCE ...................................................... 18-21
SERVICE AND AD JUST MENTS ............................ 22-26
STORAGE .................................................................... 27
TROU BLE SHOOT ING ............................................ 28-29
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Steering
Wheel Insert
UNASSEMBLED PARTS
Steering
(1) Steering Wheel
(1) Flat Washer
Steering Wheel
Adapter
Keys
(1) Seat
Steering
Boot
Seat
(1) Oil Drain Tube For Future Use
(1) Locknut
(1) Washer
(1) Knob
Slope Sheet
(2) Keys
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ASSEMBLY
Your new tractor has been assembled at the factory with exception of those parts left unassembled for shipping purposes. To ensure safe and proper operation of your tractor all parts and hardware you assemble must be tightened securely. Use the correct tools as necessary to ensure proper tightness.
TOOLS REQUIRED FOR ASSEMBLY
A socket wrench set will make assembly easier. Stan dard wrench sizes are listed.
(1) 5/16" wrench Utility knife
(2) 7/16" wrenches Tire pressure gauge
(2) 1/2" wrenches Pliers
(2) 9/16" wrench Phillips screwdriver When right or left hand is mentioned in this man ual, it means
when you are in the operating po si tion (seated be hind the steer ing wheel).
TO REMOVE TRACTOR FROM CARTON
UNPACK CARTON
Remove all accessible loose parts and parts cartons from carton .
Cut along dotted lines on all four panels of carton.
Remove end panels and lay side panels flat.
Check for any additional loose parts or cartons and remove.
BEFORE REMOVING TRACTOR FROM SKID
TO CHECK BATTERY (See Fig. 1)
OPEN BATTERY COVER FOR:
Inspection for secure connections (to tighten hardware).
Inspection for corrosion.
• Testing battery.
Jumping (if required).
Periodic charging .
NOTE: If this battery is put into service after month and year indicated on label (label is located between terminals) charge battery for minimum of one hour at 6-10 amps. (See "BATTERY" in Maintenance section of this manual for charging instructions).
For battery and battery cable installation see " RE­PLACING BATTERY" in the "Service and Adjustments" section in this manual.
BATTERY COVER
ATTACH STEERING WHEEL (See Fig. 2)
Remove locknut and large flat wash er from steering shaft.
Position front wheels of the tractor so they are pointing straight forward.
Slide the steering sleeve over the steering shaft.
Position steering wheel so cross bars are horizontal (left to right) and slide onto steering wheel adapter.
Secure steering wheel to steering shaft with locknut and large flat wash er pre vi ous ly removed. Tight en securely.
• Snap steering wheel insert into cen ter of steering wheel.
• Remove protective materials from tractor hood and grill.
IMPORTANT: CHECK FOR AND REMOVE ANY STAPLES IN SKID THAT MAY PUNCTURE TIRES WHERE TRACTOR IS TO ROLL OFF SKID.
STEERING WHEEL CAP
LOCK NUT
LARGE FLAT WASHER
STEERING
WHEEL
STEERING BOOT
STEERING
WHEEL
ADAPTOR
STEERING SHAFT
LABEL
Fig. 1
04000
Fig. 2
6
ASSEMBLY
02
46
6
02464
02330
02
277
INSTALL SEAT (See Fig. 3)
Adjust seat before tightening adjustment knob.
• Remove adjustment knob and flat washer securing seat to cardboard packing and set aside for assembly of seat to tractor.
Pivot seat upward and remove from the cardboard pack­ing. Remove the cardboard packing and discard.
• Place seat on seat pan so head of shoulder bolt is positioned over large slotted hole in pan.
• Push down on seat to engage shoulder bolt in slot and pull seat towards rear of tractor.
• Pivot seat and pan forward and assemble adjustment knob and flat washer loosely. Do not tighten.
Lower seat into operating position and sit on seat.
• Slide seat until a comfortable position is reached which allows you to press clutch/brake pedal all the way down.
Get off seat without moving its ad just ed position.
Raise seat and tighten adjustment knob securely.
SEAT
SHOUL DER BOLT
SEAT PAN
FLAT WASH ER
TO INSTALL BAGGER COM PO NENTS TO TRAC TOR (See Figs. 4A-4D)
Remove discharge chute from rear of tractor. Unhook the two (2) straps and pull chute out and away from tractor.
Remove the two (2) 3/8 nuts and flat washers from the bolts at the tractor back plate.
DISCHARGE CHUTE
3/8 NUT
FLATWASHER
Fig. 4A
Using the nuts and flat washers removed from tractor back plate, install the bagger support tube to the back plate as shown. Tighten securely.
SUP PORT TUBE
FLAT WASHER
3/8 NUT
AD JUST MENT KNOB
Fig. 3
NOTE: You may now roll your tractor off the skid. Follow the
instructions below to remove the tractor from the skid.
WARNING: Before start ing, read, un der stand and fol low
all in struc tions in the Op er a tion section of this man u al. Be sure tractor is in a well-ventilated area. Be sure the area in front of tractor is clear of other peo ple and objects.
TO ROLL TRACTOR OFF SKID (See Op er a tion section for location and function of con trols)
Raise attachment lift lever to its highest po si tion.
Release parking brake by de press ing clutch/brake ped al.
Place freewheel control in "trans mis sion dis en gaged" position (See “TO TRANS PORT” in the Op er a tion section of this manual).
Roll tractor forward off skid.
Remove banding holding the deflector shield up against tractor.
Continue with the instructions that follow.
BOLT
Fig. 4B
Install the two upper support brack ets through the back plate and to the chas sis, install the clevis pin 10x17mm and secure with retainer spring.
Assemble both support brackets to the outside of the bagger support tube using two each 3/8 x 63,5mm hex bolts13/32" I.D. flat washers and 3/8 locknuts from parts bag. Tight en securely.
Replace discharge chute into rear opening of tractor. Secure the chute with the two hook straps.
CLEVIS PIN 10 X 17MM
3/8 LOCK NUT
SUPPORT BRACKET
10,3MM (13/32") FLAT WASHER
3/8 X 63,5MM HEX BOLT
RETAINER SPRING
02590
Fig. 4C
7
02306
ASSEMBLY
NOTE: The strap hook must go through the discharge chute
only. Do not allow the hook to enter the slot in the tractor back plate. This will allow the dis charge chute to float with the mower deck when moving on uneven terrain.
DIS CHARGE CHUTE
HOOK
BACKPLATE SLOT
Fig. 4D
TO ASSEMBLE BAGGER (See Figs. 5A-5C)
Unfold bag by pivoting front bagger tube all the way forward and pressing the bottom vinyl binding onto the tube.
Inside the bag, install spreader bars and retainer springs onto pins on both sides of bag as shown.
Press the vinyl bindings onto the sides of front bagger tube.
Slide the bagger dump handle through the hole in the bagger top, install the clevis pin 10 x 44mm and secure with retainer spring.
DUMP HANDLE TUBE
CLEVIS PIN 10 X 44MM
RETAINER SPRING
07
9
CAP
02
Fig. 5C
BAGGER ADJUSTMENT (See Fig. 6 & 7)
For proper bag function and appearance, it may be nec­ es sary to adjust the bagger assembly. There should be 6mm (1/4")-9mm (3/8") gap between the bagger top and fender and the bagger top surface should be even with the top surface of the fender. To adjust bagger position:
HORIZONTAL ADJUSTMENT
Slightly loosen the nuts securing the bagger RH and LH hor i zon tal adjustment brackets. Loosen only enough so the brackets keep their position, but allow them to be moved.
Move the brackets the amount forward or back ward you wish the bag assembly to move. Retighten the nuts securely.
VERTICAL ADJUSTMENT
Slightly loosen the nuts securing the vertical adjust­ment brackets. Loosen only enough so the brackets keep their position, but allow them to be moved.
5
0
9
2
FRONT BAGGER TUBE
VINYL BINDING
0
Fig. 5A
SPREADER BARS
RETAINER SPRING
VINYL BINDING
RETAINER SPRING
06
9
2
0
Fig. 5B
Push cap over end of bagger dump handle.
NOTE: For future use, the clevis pin may be removed in order to use the handle to clear the chute in the event it has become
Move the brackets the amount up or down you wish the bag assembly to move. Retighten the nuts securely.
Reinstall the bagger as sem bly and check the bagger to fender fit. If necessary, repeat the procedure until proper fit is attained.
6MM (1/4") - 9MM (3/8")
HORIZONTAL ADJUSTMENT BRACK ET
VERTICAL ADJUSTMENT BRACK ET
BAGGER LATCH
TOP SURFACES EVEN
Fig. 7
02967
Fig. 6
clogged.
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ASSEMBLY
0
2
2
1
4
02983
After proper fit is attained, remove bagger from trac­tor and install bagger latch (4) to tractor back plate as shown. Tighten securely.
Install and carefully lower bagger to actuate latch.
• Measure distance between bagger and latch as shown.
10MM (7/16") - 16MM (5/8")
BAGGER LATCH
Fig. 7
If distance is not 10mm - 16mm carefully remove bagger and repeat vertical adjustment as needed.
TO ASSEMBLE AND INSTALL MULCHER PLUG (See Fig. 8)
Remove spring retainer and pin from handle.
Insert plug into handle. Make sure that the letter "A" on both the plug and handle are on the same side and that they can both be seen from the top when laying on the ground.
Secure with pin and retainer spring provided. For in­ stal la tion see "To Convert Mower" in Section 5 of this manual.
HAN DLE
RE TAIN ER SPRING
PIN
PLUG
A
A
CHECK FOR PROPER POSITION OF ALL BELTS
See the figures that are shown for replacing motion and mower blade drive belts in the Service and Adjustments sec­ tion of this manual. Verify that the belts are routed correctly.
CHECK BRAKE SYSTEM
After you learn how to operate your tractor, check to see that the brake is operating properly. See “TO CHECK BRAKE” in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual.
CHECKLIST
BEFORE YOU OPERATE YOUR NEW TRAC TOR, WE WISH TO ASSURE THAT YOU RECEIVE THE BEST PERFORMANCE AND SATISFACTION FROM THIS QUALITY PRODUCT.
PLEASE REVIEW THE FOLLOWING CHECKLIST:
All assembly instructions have been com plet ed. No remaining loose parts in carton. Battery is properly prepared and charged. Seat is adjusted comfortably and tightened securely. All tires are properly inflated. (For shipping purposes,
the tires were overinflated at the factory).
Be sure mower deck is properly leveled side-to-side/
front-to-rear for best cutting results. (Tires must be properly inflated for leveling).
Check mower and drive belts. Be sure they are routed
properly around pulleys and inside all belt keepers.
Check wiring. See that all connections are still secure
and wires are properly clamped.
Before driving tractor, be sure free wheel control is in
“transmission engaged” position (see “TO TRANS­ PORT” in the Operation section of this man u al).
WHILE LEARNING HOW TO USE YOUR TRACTOR, PAY EXTRA ATTENTION TO THE FOLLOWING IMPORTANT ITEMS:
Engine oil is at proper level.
Fig. 8
CHECK TIRE PRESSURE
The tires on your tractor were overinflated at the factory for shipping purposes. Correct tire pressure is important for best cutting performance.
Reduce tire pressure to PSI shown on tires.
CHECK DECK LEVELNESS
For best cutting results, mower housing should be prop­erly leveled. See “TO LEVEL MOWER HOUSING” in the Service and Adjustments section of this manual.
Fuel tank is filled with fresh, clean, regular unleaded
gasoline.
Become familiar with all controls, their location and
function. Operate them before you start the engine.
Be sure brake system is in safe operating condition. Be sure Operator Presence System and Reverse Op-
eration System (ROS) are working properly (See the Operation and Maintenance sections in this manual).
It is important to purge the transmission before op er at-
ing your tractor for the first time. Follow proper start­ing and transmission purging instructions (See “TO START EN GINE” and “PURGE TRANSMISSION” in the Op er a tion section of this manual).
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OPERATION
These symbols may appear on your tractor or in literature supplied with the product. Learn and understand their meaning.
REVERSE
ENGINE OFF
OVER TEMP
LIGHT
ATTACHMENT
CLUTCH DISENGAGED
NEUTRAL
REVERSE
OPERATION
SYSTEM (ROS)
FUEL
FREE WHEEL
(Automatic Models only)
HIGH
ENGINE ON
OIL PRESSURE
ATTACHMENT
CLUTCH ENGAGED
LIGHTS ON
DANGER, KEEP HANDS
AND FEET AWAY
LOW
ENGINE START
BATTERY
BRAKE/CLUTCH
BEWARE OF
THROWN OBJECTS
REVERSE
PEDAL
DANGER indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CHOKE
P
PARKING BRAKE
FORWARD
KEEP AREA CLEAR
DO NOT OPERATE WITHOUT
BAGGER OR DEFLECTOR
FAST
(SEE SAFETY RULES SECTION)
SLOW
PARKING BRAKE
LOCKED
MOWER HEIGHT
15
SLOPE HAZARDS
IGNITION SWITCH
PARKING BRAKE
DRAWBAR LOADING
UNLOCKED
MOWER LIFT
15
+
+
_
_
90N
MAX
150N
MAX
Failure to follow instructions could result in serious injury or death. The safety alert symbol is used to identify safety inform­ation about hazards which can result in death, serious injury and/or property damage.
CAUTION indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, might result in minor or moderate injury.
CAUTION when used without the alert symbol, indicates a situation that could result in damage to the tractor and/or engine.
HOT SURFACES indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, could result in death, serious injury and/or property damage.
FIRE indicates a hazard which, if not avoided, could result in death, serious injury and/or property damage.
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