John Deere OMGX10742 J9 manual

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    OMGX10742 J9 J9 Snowb lower f or La wn T ractors 42-Inch OPERA T OR’S MANU AL North Am erican V e[...]

  • Page 2

    Introduction INTR ODUCTION Introduction Thank Y ou for Pur chasing a John Deere Product W e apprecia[...]

  • Page 3

    Product Identification PR ODUCT IDENTIFICATION Product Identific ation Recor d Identification Number[...]

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    T able of Contents T A B L EO FC O N T E N T S All information, illustrations and specifications in [...]

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    Saf ety - 1 SAFETY Safety Understanding The Machine Saf ety Labels The machine saf ety labels shown [...]

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    Saf ety - 2 SAFETY before y ou ope rate. • Clear work area of obje cts that might be thro wn. K e[...]

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    Saf ety - 3 SAFETY A v oid Injury from Mo ving P ar ts • K eep h ands, f eet and c lothing awa y [...]

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    Assembly - 4 ASSEMBL Y Assembly Identify Parts A - Sn ow blow e r As se mb ly B - Mounting Fr ame [...]

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    Assembly - 5 ASSEMBL Y Assembling Sno wblower 1. Raise the rear o f the snowbl ower and slide the [...]

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    Assembly - 6 ASSEMBL Y Assemble Dischar ge Chute to A ug er Housing 1. Loosen 3/8-Inch n ut and loc[...]

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    Assembly - 7 ASSEMBL Y • If rotation difficulty continues use a scre wdriver to pry out carefully[...]

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    Preparing V ehicle - 8 PREPARING V EHIC LE Preparing Vehicle Install T ractor W eights and Chains NO[...]

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    Preparing V ehicle - 9 PREPARING V EHIC LE Install Mounting Angles 1. Assemble 1 /2-Inch standard n[...]

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    Preparing V ehicle - 10 PREPARING V EHIC LE cotter pin (E). 4. T emporarily la y adjustable end of [...]

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    Installing - 11 INSTALLING Installi ng Place T ractor Over Snowb lower Frame 1. P ark machine saf e[...]

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    Installing - 12 INSTALLING 4. Mov e belt guide (E) and roll upper V -belt around t ractor engine d[...]

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    Installing - 13 INSTALLING Install Lift Handle 1. Slide the lift handle (A) o ve r the end of the l[...]

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    Removing - 14 REMO VING Removing Removing Sno wblow er NO TE: Store all hair cotter pins and c levi[...]

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    Removing - 15 REMO VING 8. Roll tractor f orw ard carefully until rear of upper mou nting frame (I)[...]

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    Operating - 16 OPERATING Operatin g Before Operating Sno wblo wer • Learn all controls and how th[...]

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    Operating - 17 OPERATING 3. Pull back on attachment clutch l e ver (A) to DISENGAGE auger . 4. Low[...]

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    Operating - 18 OPERATING moving the snow deflector (A). T o increase distance snow is discharge d, p[...]

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    Operating - 19 OPERATING used on rough surf aces, incre ase tension on lift assist spring by removin[...]

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    Operating - 20 OPERATING 1. ST OP tractor . 2. Pull bac k on attachment clutch le ver (A) to DISEN[...]

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    Operating - 21 OPERATING 2. LOWER snowb lower to trailer dec k. 3. ST OP engine. 4. LOCK park bra[...]

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    Replacement P arts - 22 REPLACEMENT P AR TS Replaceme nt Parts Service Literature If you w ould like[...]

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    S e r v i c e-2 3 SERVICE Service Service Intervals Lubricants The f ollowing lubr icants are pr efe[...]

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    S e r v i c e-2 4 SERVICE Lubricate A uger Lubricate auger bearings (A), auger tubes (B) , and disch[...]

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    S e r v i c e-2 5 SERVICE 4. Chec k belt routing. Mak e sure that upper V -belt is routed INSIDE th[...]

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    S e r v i c e-2 6 SERVICE Picture Note: Underside of mounting frame sho wn to illustrate correct r o[...]

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    T roub leshooting - 27 T ROUBLESHOOTING Troubleshooting Using T roub leshooting Char t If you are e [...]

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    Storage - 28 STORAGE Storage Storing Snowb lower Remov e snowb low er from tractor . Clean the snowb[...]

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    Inde x - 29 INDE X Index A Angles, Install Mounting ........................................9 Auger[...]

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    Inde x - 30 INDE X T Tape, Install Reflective ......................................... 10 Tire Pre[...]

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    Quality Statement - 31 QUALITY STATEMENT Quality St atement Y our product, designed and built b y Jo[...]