Worx WG771 Lawn Mower User Manual

User manual for the device Worx WG771 Lawn Mower

Worx WG771 Lawn Mower User Manual

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1. OPERATING BAIL2. SAFETY KEY3. INTELLICUT DIAL4. BATTERY PACK5. FRONT CASTER WHEEL CONTROL BUTTON6. FRONT CASTER WHEEL7. FRONT CASTER WHEEL CUTTING HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT LEVER8. WASHOUT PORT9. REAR WHEEL10. REAR WHEEL CUTTING HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT LEVER11. SAFETY FLAP12. HANDLE BAR13. GRASS COLLECTION BAG14. HANDLE RELEASE KNOB15. BATTERY POWER INDICATOR16. MULCHING PLUG17. BLADE BOLT (See Fig. O1)18. BLADE (See Fig. O1)819. FAN (See Fig. O1)20. SPACER (See Fig. O1)21. SIDE-DISCHARGE COVER22. SIDE-DIS

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TECHNICAL DATAPower input56VMax*Deck diameter20’’ (51cm)Cutting diameter19’’ (48cm)Front wheel diameter7’’ (180mm)Rear wheel diameter10’’ (250mm)Cutting height1-1/4”~4’’ (30 – 100mm)Cutting height positions7Grass collection capacity1.4 bushels (50L)Battery typeLithiumBattery ModelWA3555Charging time2 hrs per batteryCharger ModelCharger ratingWA3859Input: AC 120V~60Hz,105W Output: 56VMachine Weight, 1.5A58.9lbs (26.7kg)*Voltage measured without workload. Initial battery vo

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSWARNING: Some dust created bypower sanding, sawing, grinding,drilling and other construction activitiescontains chemicals known to the state ofCalifornia to cause cancer, birth defectsor other reproductive harm. Someexamples of these chemicals are:• Lead from lead-based paints;• Crystalline silica from bricks andcement and other masonry productsand• Arsenic and chromium fromchemically-treated lumber.10Your risk from these exposures varies,depending on how often you do th

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operating the lawn mower.17) Use identical replacement blades only.SUPPLEMENT SA-BATTERY-OPERATEDLAWN MOWERSa) Do not charge lawn mower in rain, or inwet locations.b) Do not use battery-operated lawn mowerin rain.c) Remove or disconnect battery beforeservicing, cleaning, or removing materialfrom the lawn mower.For all battery-operated productsemploying a detachable or separablebatterya) Use only the following type and modelbattery(ies): WA3555.b) Do not dispose of the battery(ies) in afire. The

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never run.15. Disengage the drive system, if soequipped, before starting the engine(motor).16. If the machine should start to vibrateabnormally, stop the engine (motor)and check for the cause immediately.Vibration is generally a warning oftrouble.17. Always wear eye protection whenoperating machine.18. See manufacturer’s instructions forproper operation and installation ofaccessories. Only use accessoriesapproved by the manufacturer.12II. SLOPE OPERATIONSlopes are a major factor related to sli

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1.2 Preparationa) Thoroughly inspect the area where theequipment is to be used and remove allstones, sticks, wires, bones, and otherforeign objects.b) Do not operate the equipment whenbarefoot or wearing sandals. Alwayswear substantial footwear.c) Disengage the self-propelled mechanismor drive clutch on units so equippedbefore starting the motor.d) Never attempt to make a wheel heightadjustment while the motor is running.e) Mow only in daylight or in good artificiallight.f) Never operate the eq

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5)6)7)8)9)10)11)1412)13)14)15)16)17)swallowed, contact your physicianor local poison control center.CAUTION – The battery used in thisdevice may present a risk of fire orchemical burn if mistreated. Replacebattery with WORX only. Use ofanother battery may present a riskof fire or explosion.Warning: Do not use a visiblydamaged battery pack or applianceas applicable.Warning: Do not modify or attemptto repair the appliance or the batterypack as applicable.BATTERY MUST BE RECYCLEDDo not short-ci

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SYMBOLSKEEP HANDS AND FEET AWAYGARDER MAINS ET PIEDS À DISTANCECPSC Danger labelLockSevering of toes or fingers-Rotarymower bladeUnlockThrown objects from mower deckKeep bystanders/children awaySafety alertSlip on slopePOSITEC Inc. has establisheda partnership with the RBRCCorporation to recycle anyPositec batteries with theRBRC-call2recycle seal. Forenvironmental protection, pleasedo not discard batteries in thetrash. After the batteries’ lifecycle is ended, then please call1.800-822-8837 f

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ASSEMBLY & OPERATIONActionFigureAssemble16Assembling the handle barSee Fig. A1Adjustment Handle’s heightSee Fig. A2Assembling the grasscollection bagSee Fig. BAssembling the GrassCollection Bag to the LawnMowerSee Fig. C1,C2, C3REMOVING/EMPTYING theGrass Collection BagSee Fig. C4INSTALLINGSIDE-DISCHARGE CHUTESee Fig.D1, D2Installing Mulching PlugSee Fig. D3REMOVING THE BATTERYPackNote: The Battery Pack isSee Fig. E1shipped uncharged. TheBattery must be fully chargedbefore the first mow.Batter

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3)4)5)the cutting height to remove about onethird of the grass blade length, ideallyno more than 1.5” inches at one time.If the lawn is overgrown, it may benecessary to increase the cut height toreduce the pushing effort and preventoverloading the motor. For extremelyheavy mulching, it is advisable to firstcut at a high cut height setting, and thenre-cut to the final cut height. Otherwise,make narrower cuts and mow slowly.For best performance, keep the mowerhousing free of built-up grass. Fr

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STORAGE: (See Fig. L1,L2,L3)Stop the mower and always remove the Safety Key. Clean the exterior of the machinethoroughly using a soft brush and cloth. Do not use water, solvents or polishes. Remove allgrass and debris, especially from the ventilation slots.Turn the machine on its side and clean the blade area. If grass cuttings are compacted in theblade area, remove with a wooden or plastic implement.Store the machine in a dry place. Do not place other objects on top of the machine.To aid storag

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6. Battery charger LED’snot on.A. Check plug connection.B. Replace charger.7. Battery charger LEDdoes not flip to green.A. Battery needs to be diagnosed. Take to authorized servicecenter.8. Mower not picking upclippings with the GrassCollection Bag.A. Remove mulch plate when bagging.B. Chute clogged. Release switch lever to turn mower off.Remove safety key. Clear chute of grass clippings.C. Too much cut grass. Raise cutting height of wheels to shortenlength of the cut.D. Bag full. Empty bag m

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1. BAIL DE FONCTIONNEMENT2. CLÉ DE SÉCURITÉ3. COMMUTATEUR INTELLICUT4. BLOC BATTERIES5. BOUTON DE CONTRÔLE DE LA ROUE PIVOTANTE AVANT6. ROUE PIVOTANTE AVANT7.LEVIER D’AJUSTEMENT DE LA HAUTEUR DE COUPE DE LA ROUE PIVOTANTE AVANT8. RACCORD DE LAVAGE9. ROUE ARRIÈRE10. LEVIER D’AJUSTEMENT DE LA HAUTEUR DE COUPE11. VOLET DE SÉCURITÉ12. MANIVELLE13. BAC DE RAMASSAGE D’HERBE14. POIGNÉE DE DÉVERROUILLAGE DE LA MANIVELLE15. INDICATEUR D’ÉNERGIE DE LA BATTERIE16. DISPOSITIF DE PAILLAGE17

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