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WARRANTY Thank You . . . for purchasing an Murray front tine rototiller. We guarantee that this front tine rototiller conforms to applicable North American safety standards, and have worked to ensure that it will meet your exacting standards for usability and durability. With proper care, your rototiller will provide many years of service. Please take time to read this manual carefully to learn how to operate and service your rototiller correctly.




Murray Tiller Manual



SAFETY RULES OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITY CAREFULLY READ THIS MANUAL AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS. Safe and effective use of the rototiller is the owner's responsibility. Be familiar with all controls before operating the tiller. Your tiller is equipped with a safety device that enables you to stop the tines quickly in an emergency. Learn how the drive safety control lever works and how to control the tiller at all times. 1. Read and follow all safety instructions. 2.


SAFETY RULES OPERATION Never allow bystanders near the unit. Never operate the tiller without good visibility or light. Never operate the tiller without guards, covers, and hoods in place. Take all possible precautions when leaving the machine unattended. Disengage drive control lever, stop the engine, wait for all moving parts to stop, and make certain guards and shields are in place. Keep hands, feet, and clothing away from rotating parts. Keep clear of tiller tines at all times.


SAFETY RULES SAFETY DECALS This rototiller unit has been designed and manufactured to provide you with the safety and reliability you would expect from an industry leader in outdoor power equipment manufacturing.


UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY UNPACK TILLER 1. Open top of carton and remove handlebar assembly. The right and left sides of your rototiller are determined from the operating position as you face the direction of forward travel. CAUTION Do not try to lift the rototiller from the carton. 2. Cut open end of carton and remove machine: a. Tines are pre-assembled at 21 width. Sharp edge of tine will be away from operator at top or face down at front of machine.(Figure 2) b.


UNPACKING AND ASSEMBLY INSTALL THE DEPTH REGULATOR LEVER FILL ENGINE CRANKCASE 1. Install the depth regulator lever through hole in bracket from the bottom up with curve to rear of unit and secure with detent pin. Engine is shipped from factory without oil. You must add engine oil before starting engine. 1. Add oil according to engine manual. Do not overfill. Use a clean, high quality detergent oil. Container must be marked A.P.I. Service SF - SJ. Use no special additives with recommended oils.


CONTROLS DRIVE SAFETY CONTROL LEVER CAUTION Engage tines into forward, releasing returns machine to neutral. This information is provided here only to introduce the controls. DO NOT START THE ENGINE AT THIS TIME. Starting and operating instructions are given on page 11. Please read this section and all operating and safety instructions before starting your tiller. Pulling down on drive safety control lever engages the tines.


OPERATION PRE-START INSPECTION 1. Make sure all safety guards are in place and all nuts and bolts are secure. Engine is shipped from factory without oil. You must add engine oil before starting engine. 2. Check oil level in engine crankcase. See your engine manual for procedure and specifications. 3. Inspect air cleaner for cleanliness. See your engine manual for procedure. START-UP The controls required to start and run the rototiller are located on the engine and are marked "Choke" and "Throttle". 4.


OPERATION TILLING DANGER Always keep hands and feet clear of rotating machine parts. 1. Adjust the depth regulator lever to desired tilling depth. NOTE: Raise depth regulator lever up one hole at a time, testing tiller operation after each raise. Raising depth regulator lever too high can result in loss of control of tiller! WARNING Temperature of muffler and near by areas may exceed 150 F. Avoid these areas. 2. Move the throttle control to fast. 3.


NORMAL CARE SCHEDULE Your rototiller has been designed and produced by the industry's leading manufacturer of outdoor power equipment to provide you with years of reliable operation. Keeping your tiller in top running condition will prolong its life, and help you obtain optimum performance whenever you wish to till your garden. Please read this normal care schedule, and observe these recommended care operating intervals to extend the life of your unit.


NORMAL CARE SERVICING THE ROTOTILLER Belt Replacement General 1. Turn off engine. Engine must be cool. The following information will help you make the necessary checks and perform the procedures required to follow the normal care recommendations made for your rototiller unit. 2. Remove spark plug wire from spark plug and secure. 3. Remove belt guard. (Fig. 11) 4. Remove dirt shield from bottom of tiller. (Fig.


NORMAL CARE CAUTION Do not operate tiller before reading the engine manual provided in the parts packet. Engine is shipped from factory without oil. You must add engine oil before starting engine. WARNING Temperature of muffler and near by areas may exceed 150 F. Avoid these areas. Check or Fill Engine Oil 1. Add oil according to engine manual. Do not overfill. Use a clean, high quality detergent oil. Container must be marked A.P.I. Service SF - SJ. Use no special additives with recommended oils.


STORAGE PREPARE FOR STORAGE CAUTION Follow the steps below to prepare your tiller for storage. Read your engine manual for detailed instructions on preparing the engine for storage. Do not store tiller in an non-ventilated area where fuel fumes may reach flame, sparks, pilot lights or an ignited object. Drain fuel outdoors away from any ignition sources. Use only approved fuel containers. 1. Protect wheels and axles from rust: - Coat the axles lightly with axle grease. 2.


TROUBLESHOOTING AND REPAIR TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE CAUTION While normal care and routine maintenance will extend the life of your rototiller, prolonged or constant use may eventually require that service be performed to allow it to continue operating properly. The troubleshooting guide below lists the most common problems, causes and remedies. Practice safety at all times.


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