Worx WG787 Lawn Mower User Manual

User manual for the device Worx WG787 Lawn Mower

Worx WG787 Lawn Mower User Manual

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1. Switch lever2. Cable clip3. Grass bag filling indicator4. Grass collection bag5. Safety key6. Upper handle7. Lock cam lever8. Lower handle9. Safety flap10. Battery pack*11. Motor cover12. Charger*(See Fig A2)13. Mulch plug (See Fig H)14. Blade bolt (See Fig P1)15. Blade (See Fig P1)16. CHARGED INDICATOR LIGHT (GREEN) (See Fig.A3)17. CHARGING INDICATOR LIGHT (RED) (See Fig.A3)18. Intellicut Dial7* Not all the accessories illustrated or described are included in standard delivery.3-in-1 Cordles

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TECHNICAL DATAPower input24VDeck diameter17”Cutting diameter16”Front wheel diameter5-7/8”Rear wheel diameter8-5/8”Cutting height1-1/2"~3-1/2"Cutting height positionsGrass collection capacityBattery type61.4bushelsLead acidBattery modelWA3218Charging time10-12hrsCharger modelWA3721Charger ratingInput: AC 120V~60Hz, 45WOutput: 29.5VMachine weight8, 1.0A50lbsACCESSORYBattery pack (WA3218)Charger (WA3721)Grass collection bag Mulch plug1111We recommend that you purchase your accessories f

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONSWARNING! Some dust created bypower sanding, sawing, grinding, drillingand other construction activities containschemicals known to the state of Californiato cause cancer, birth defects or otherreproductive harm. Some examples of thesechemicals are:• lead from lead-based paints,• Crystalline silica from bricks and cementand other masonry products, and• Arsenic and chromium from chemicallytreated lumber.Your risk from these exposures varies,depending on how often you do th

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b) Do not use battery-operated lawn mower inrain.c) When replacing batteries, all batteriesshould be replaced at the same time.Mixing fresh and discharged batteriescould increase internal cell pressure andrupture the discharge battery(ies). (Appliesto products employing more than oneseparately replaceable primary battery.)d) When inserting batteries into this product,the proper polarity or direction must beobserved. Reverse insertion of batteriescan result in leakage or explosion. (Appliesto pro

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be sure of your footing; walk; never run.15) Disengage the drive system, if so equipped,before starting the engine (motor).16) If the machine should start to vibrateabnormally, stop the engine (motor) andcheck for the cause immediately. Vibrationis generally a warning of trouble.17) Always wear eye protection whenoperating machine.18) See manufacturer’s instructions for properoperation and installation of accessories.Only use accessories approved by themanufacturer.II. SLOPE OPERATIONSlopes ar

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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 equipment on wet grass.Always be sure of your footing. Keep a firmhold on the handle and walk, never run.121.3 Operationa) Do not put hands or feet near or underrotating parts. Keep clear of the dischargeopening at all times.b) Stop the blade(s) when crossing graveldrives, walks, or roads.c) After striking a foreign object, stop t

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SYMBOLSRead the operator’s manualSafety alertBlade continues to rotate afterthe machine is switched off. Waituntil all machine componentshave completely stopped beforetouching them.Do not expose to rain or waterDo not burnDo not dispose of batteries. Returnexhausted batteries to your localcollection or recycling point.Contains Pb battery. Battery mustbe recycled or disposed of properly.Slip on slopeCPSC Danger label.Severing of toes or fingers-Rotarymower blade.Keep bystanders/children awayThr

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charging is complete (approximately 10-12hours to charge a fully discharged battery)6. After the battery is fully charged the greenlight will turn on and charge it on for 15seconds to indicate a full charge. After 15seconds the green light and charges willturn off to save power.Note: if the battery is defective, thered light on the charger will flash.The red and green lights will onlyfunction when the charger isconnected to both the battery andwall receptacle.7. The charger is a smart charger an

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the handle as shown in Fig C1.3. ATTACHING THE GRASS BAG TO THEMOWER (See Fig D1, D2, D3)NOTE: The grass bag is held in place bythe safety flap.1) Switch the mower off, remove the safetykey (5) and wait until the mower blade hasstopped.2) Raise the safety flap (9) and hold it in theupward position while the grass bag isproperly located below it (Fig. D1)3) Position the lower edge of the grass bagon the plastic tabs (c) found below the reardischarge chute on the mower deck. (Fig. D2)4) While hold

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2) Raise the safety flap and hold it up.3) Slide the mulch plug into the dischargeopening until it is firmly in contact with thedeck.4) Release safety flap and ensure it is properlyclosed.3. REMOVING MULCH PLUG (13) (See H)Remove the mulch plug when you desire toeither collect grass or discharge grass from therear of the mower.1) Shut the mower off, wait until the bladestops and remove the safety key (5).2) Raise the safety flap and hold it in the upposition.3) Grasp the handle on the mulch plug

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sticks, wire, metal and other debriswhich might be thrown by the rotatingblade.1) Mow across the face of slopes, never upand-down. Exercise extreme caution whenchanging direction on slopes. Do not mowexcessively steep slopes. Always maintaingood footing.2) Release switch lever to turn mower “OFF”when crossing any graveled area (stonescan be thrown by the blade).3) Set mower at highest cutting height whenmowing in rough ground or in tall weeds.Removing too much grass at one time cancause circ

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operating mower. If the mower shouldhappen to fail despite regular maintenance,please call our customer helpline for advice.BLADE SHARPENINGKEEP BLADE SHARP FOR BEST MOWERPERFORMANCE. A DULL BLADE DOES NOTCUT GRASS CLEANLY OR MULCH PROPERLY.WEAR PROPER EYE PROTECTION WHILEREMOVING, SHARPENING, AND INSTALLINGBLADE. ENSURE THAT SAFETY KEY ISREMOVED.Sharpening the blade twice during a mowingseason is usually sufficient under normalcircumstances. Sand causes the blade to dullquickly. If your lawn ha

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TROUBLE SHOOTINGPROBLEMSOLUTION1. Mower doesn’t run when switchlever is activated.A. Check to make sure safety key has been installedand is fully seated and that button on switch housingis being completely pushed.B. Release switch lever to turn mower off. Removesafety key, turn mower over and check that bladeis free to turn. If not free, return to an authorizedservicer. Blade should turn freely.C. Has battery been fully charged? Plug in chargerand wait for green light to come on.2. Motor stops

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7. Battery charger LED does not flipto green.A. Battery needs to be diagnosed. Take to authorizedservice center.8. Mower not picking up clippingswith bag.A. Remove mulch plate when bagging.B. Chute clogged. Release switch lever to turn moweroff. Remove safety key. Clear chute of grass clippings.C. Too much cut grass. Raise cutting height of wheelsto shorten length of the cut.D. Bag full. Empty bag more often.9. When mulching there areclippings visible.A. Too much cut grass. Raise cutting height

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