Yazoo/Kees ZELKH72270 manual

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    English Operator's Manual ZELKH52250 / 968999727 ZELKH61250 / 968999728 ZELKH72270 / 968999729 [...]

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    ©200 8 HTC. All rights reserved. Beatrice, NE. Printed in U.S.A.[...]

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    CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ............................................................... 5 Congratulati[...]

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    W ARNING! Failure to follow cautious operating practices can result in serious injury to the operato[...]

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    English - 5 INTRODUCTION Congratulations Thank you for purchasing a Y azoo/Kees ride-on mower . This[...]

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    English - 6 INTRODUCTION Good Service Y azoo/Kees’s products are sold all over the world and only [...]

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    English - 7 SYMBOLS AND DECALS These symbols are found on the machine and in the operator ’s manua[...]

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    English - 8 SYMBOLS AND DECALS Read Shut off engine and Keep a safe Use on slopes No passengers Oper[...]

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    English - 9 SAFETY Safety Instructions These instructions are for your safety . Read them carefully [...]

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    English - 10 SAFETY W ARNING! Engine exhaust and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemical[...]

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    English - 11 SAFETY W ARNING! When using the machine, approved personal protective equipment (shown [...]

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    English - 12 SAFETY 801 1-509 Be extra cautious when driving on slopes 801 1-517 Never allow childre[...]

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    English - 13 SAFETY Safe Handling of Gasoline T o avoid personal injury or property damage, use extr[...]

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    English - 14 SAFETY 801 1-515 Never drive the machine in an enclosed space W ARNING! The battery con[...]

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    English - 15 SAFETY Ensure that nuts and bolts, especially the • fastening bolts for the blade att[...]

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    English - 16 SAFETY W ARNING! Escaping hydraulic oil under pressure can have sufcient force to pe[...]

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    English - 17 SAFETY Roll over Protection system (ROPS) The ROPS increases the basic weight of the un[...]

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    CONTROLS English - 18 This operator ’s manual describes the Y azoo/Kees Zero T urn Rider . The rid[...]

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    CONTROLS English - 19 801 1-789 Steering controls W ARNING! The machine can turn very rapidly if one[...]

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    CONTROLS English - 20 2. Parking Brake 8061-019a Parking brake not activated IMPORT ANT INFORMA TION[...]

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    CONTROLS English - 21 5. Ignition Switch The ignition key is placed on the control panel and is used[...]

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    CONTROLS English - 22 8. Fuel T ank Read the safety instructions before refueling. The machine has o[...]

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    CONTROLS English - 23 9. Fuel Shut Off V alve The fuel shut off valve is located at the left rear of[...]

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    CONTROLS English - 24 1 1. Seat Adjustment Lever The seat can be adjusted lengthways. When making ad[...]

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    English - 25 OPERA TION Read “Safety Instructions” section and following pages, if you are unfam[...]

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    English - 26 OPERA TION Before Starting Read the sections Safety Instructions and • Controls befor[...]

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    English - 27 OPERA TION Disengage the mower blades by pressing the blade switch downwards. Move the [...]

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    English - 28 OPERA TION If the engine is cold, the choke control should be pulled out to its extent.[...]

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    English - 29 OPERA TION When the engine starts, immediately release the ignition key back to the run[...]

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    English - 30 OPERA TION 801 1-642 Jumper cable connection W ARNING! Lead-acid batteries generate exp[...]

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    English - 31 OPERA TION Running Release the parking brake by moving the 1. lever downward. NOTE: The[...]

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    English - 32 OPERA TION the right wheel is reduced and the machine turns to the right. T urning on t[...]

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    English - 33 OPERA TION W ARNING! Clear the lawn of stones and other objects that can be thrown out [...]

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    English - 34 OPERA TION Stopping the Engine Allow the engine to idle a minute in order to attain nor[...]

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    English - 35 OPERA TION English - 35 Pump release valves IMPORT ANT INFORMA TION Tighten the valve m[...]

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    English - 36 MAINTENANCE Maintenance Schedule The following is a list of maintenance procedures that[...]

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    English - 37 MAINTENANCE Maintenance Before After Daily W eekly At least once each year Maintenance [...]

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    English - 38 MAINTENANCE Battery Y our mower is equipped with a maintenance free battery and does no[...]

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    English - 39 MAINTENANCE Ignition System The engine is equipped with an electronic ignition system. [...]

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    English - 40 MAINTENANCE Engine Cooling Air Intake Check that the engine’s cooling air intake is f[...]

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    English - 41 MAINTENANCE Replacing Air Filter The engine is equipped with a replaceable, high densit[...]

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    English - 42 MAINTENANCE Replacing the Fuel Filter Replace the line-mounted fuel lter every 100 h[...]

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    English - 43 MAINTENANCE Parking Brake Visually check that no damage is found on the lever , links, [...]

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    English - 44 MAINTENANCE 801 1-622 Slackening the belt tensioner 801 1-580 Belt routing, deck belt 1[...]

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    English - 45 MAINTENANCE Cutting Blades In order to attain the best mowing effect, it is important t[...]

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    English - 46 MAINTENANCE Blade replacement W ARNING! Blades are sharp. Protect your hands with glove[...]

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    English - 47 MAINTENANCE Adjusting the Mower Deck W ARNING! Blades are sharp. Protect your hands wit[...]

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    English - 48 MAINTENANCE Anti-scalp rollers Anti-scalp rollers are properly adjusted when they are j[...]

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    English - 49 MAINTENANCE Cleaning and W ashing Regular cleaning and washing, especially under the mo[...]

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    LUBRICA TION English - 50 * 1 2 3 4 5 5 General Remove the ignition key to prevent unintentional mov[...]

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    LUBRICA TION English - 51 Lubricating the Cables If possible, grease both ends of the cables and mov[...]

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    LUBRICA TION English - 52 5. Changing the Engine Oil The engine oil should be changed for the rst[...]

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    LUBRICA TION English - 53 Engine Oil Levels Check the oil level in the engine when the machine is st[...]

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    LUBRICA TION English - 54 Purging Procedures Due to the effects air has on efciency in hydrostati[...]

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    TROUBLESHOOTING English - 55 Problem Cause The engine will not start. • The blade switch is engage[...]

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    TROUBLESHOOTING English - 56 The engine overheats. Battery not charging. • Poor contact with batte[...]

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    English - 57 ST ORAGE Storage Winter Storage At the end of the mowing season, the machine should be [...]

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    English - 58 SCHEMA TICS 20 AMP ELECTRIC CLUTCH ACCESSORY OUTLE T ENGINE GROUND WH T GRN WH T BL K R[...]

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    English - 59 TECHNICAL DA T A Engine Manufacturer T ype Power Lubrication Oil capacity excluding [...]

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    English - 60 TECHNICAL DA T A Cutting Width Cutting Height Uncut Circle Number of Blades Blade Lengt[...]

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    English - 61 TECHNICAL DA T A Engine Manufacturer T ype Power Lubrication Oil capacity excluding [...]

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    English - 62 TECHNICAL DA T A Cutting Width Cutting Height Uncut Circle Number of Blades Blade Lengt[...]

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    English - 63 TECHNICAL DA T A Accessories Collection system T orque Specications Engine crankshaf[...]

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    English - 64 CONFORMITY CERTIFICA TES USA requirements Labels are placed on the engine and/or in the[...]

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    English - 65 SER VICE JOURNAL Action Date, mtr reading, stamp, sign Delivery Service 1. Charge batte[...]

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    English - 66 SER VICE JOURNAL After the First 5-8 Hours 1. Change engine oil. Action Date, mtr readi[...]

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    English - 67 SER VICE JOURNAL Action Date, mtr reading, stamp, sign 25-Hour Service 1. Check the eng[...]

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    English - 68 SER VICE JOURNAL Action Date, mtr reading, stamp, sign 50-Hour Service 1. Perform the 2[...]

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    English - 69 SER VICE JOURNAL Action Date, mtr reading, stamp, sign 100-Hour Service 1. Perform the [...]

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    English - 70 SER VICE JOURNAL Action Date, mtr reading, stamp, sign 300-Hour Service 1. Perform the [...]

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    English - 71 SER VICE JOURNAL Action Date, mtr reading, stamp, sign At Least Once Each Y ear 1. Clea[...]

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    English - 72 SER VICE JOURNAL Action Date, mtr reading, stamp, sign[...]

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    English - 73 SER VICE JOURNAL Action Date, mtr reading, stamp, sign[...]

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    English - 74 SER VICE JOURNAL Action Date, mtr reading, stamp, sign[...]

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    P/N 539 132406 R02 04/11/08[...]