Remington 18A-212B783 Owner's Manual

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MTD LLC, P.O. BOX 361131 CLEVELAND, OHIO 44136-0019
Safe Operation Practices • Set-Up • Operation • Maintenance • Service • Troubleshooting • Warranty
Op e r a t O r s Ma n u a l
3-in-1 Battery Mower
Form No. 769-05626B
(October 21, 2010)
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - Op e r a t O r ’s Ma n u a l

MTD LLC, P.O. BOX 361131 CLEVELAND, OHIO 44136-0019Safe Operation Practices • Set-Up • Operation • Maintenance • Service • Troubleshooting • Warrant

Page 2 - To The Owner

Grass CollectionTo assemble the grass catcher, secure the plastic channels 1. of grass bag over frame rods. See Fig. 3-6. Follow steps below to attach

Page 3 - Children

Secure the tabs of the side discharge chute onto the hooks 3. below the side mulching baffle. See Fig. 3-9.NOTE: Do not remove side mulch baffle at an

Page 4 - Slope Operation:

Motor/Blade Control LeverSafety KeyOverload Protection SwitchCutting Height Adjustment LeverBattery Level IndicatorStarter ButtonFigure 4-1WARNING: Re

Page 5

Starting Motor and BladeWARNING: Avoid accidental starting. Make sure you are in the operating position behind the mower when using it. To avoid serio

Page 6 - Safety Symbols

Using Your Lawn MowerBe sure that lawn is clear of stones, sticks, wires, or other objects which could damage the lawn mower or motor. Such objects co

Page 7

General RecommendationsAlways observe safety rules when performing any • maintenance.The warranty on this lawn mower does not cover items that • have

Page 8 - Assembly & Set-Up

If the overload protection switch pops out shortly after resetting:Release the motor/blade control handle and do NOT restart 1. the mower for at least

Page 9 - Cord Guide

Blade InstallationPlace the cutting blade, locking plates, and blade nut on 1. the motor shaft and thread the blade bolt in finger tight. See Fig. 7-1

Page 10 - Side Discharge

Off-Season StorageThe following steps should be taken to prepare your lawn mower for storage.Clean and lubricate mower thoroughly as described in the

Page 11 - Charging the Battery

Problem Cause RemedyMower fails to start Key not in switch.1. Motor/blade control disengaged. 2. Battery discharged.3. Mower deck clogged with grass a

Page 12 - Controls and Features

Customer SupportPlease do NOT return the machine to the retailer or dealer without first contacting our Customer Support Department.If you have diffic

Page 13 - Operation


Page 14 - Using as Mulcher

Model 18A-212BRef.Part Number Description1 787-01839A Deck2 731-07671 Shroud3 731-07619 Side Discharge Door4 731-07620 Side Discharge Chute5 731-0762

Page 16 - Battery Care

23se c t i O n 10 — nO t e s

Page 17 - Blade Care

IMPORTANT: To obtain warranty coverage owner must present an original proof of purchase and applicable maintenance records to the servicing dealer. Pl

Page 18 - Off-Season Storage

Important Safe Operation Practices23ChildrenTragic accidents can occur if operator is not alert to presence of children. Children are often attracted

Page 19 - Troubleshooting

4 se c t i O n 2— iM p O r t a n t sa f e Op e r a t i O n pr a c t i c e sNever pull the mower back toward you while you are 12. walking. If you

Page 20 - Model 18A-212B

5se c t i O n 2 — iM p O r t a n t sa f e Op e r a t i O n pr a c t i c e sMaintain your mower with care — Keep mower blade sharp 10. and clean fo

Page 21

6 se c t i O n 2— iM p O r t a n t sa f e Op e r a t i O n pr a c t i c e sSafety SymbolsThis page depicts and describes safety symbols that may a

Page 22

7se c t i O n 2 — iM p O r t a n t sa f e Op e r a t i O n pr a c t i c e sSight and hold this level with a vertical tree...or a corner of a build

Page 23 - 23se c t i O n 10 — nO t e s

NOTE: All references to the left and right side of the mower are from the operator’s position behind the mower.Unpacking the UnitCut the corners of th

Page 24 - GDOC-100250 REV. A

Place the upper handle onto the lower handle, keeping the 5. motor cord over the handles. See Fig. 3-3.For the lowest setting, line up the top holes o

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