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
WARNING
READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY RULES AND INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS MANUAL
BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO OPERATE THIS MACHINE.
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN PERSONAL INJURY.
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

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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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