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This lawnmower comes with a 2 year warranty. If this lawn mower breaks due to a material or workmanship defect within two years of the date of purchase when used and maintained in accordance with all provided instructions, call 1-800-4-MY-HOME® to arrange for a free repair.
Additionally, for five years following the date of purchase, the Warranty will cover flaws in the material and workmanship of the Frame and Front Axle when used and maintained in accordance with all provided instructions.
The warranty does NOT cover;-
Expendable parts that deteriorate with regular usages, such as oil filters, belts, spark plugs, air cleaners, and blades.
• Routine maintenance procedures, such as tune-ups or oil changes.
• Tire replacement or repair needed after being punctured by foreign items like glass, thorns, nails, or stumps.
• The replacement or repair of a tire or a wheel due to normal wear, an accident, or incorrect use or maintenance.
• Repairs are required as a result of operator abuse, such as damage from towing objects that are too heavy for the riding equipment, hitting objects that bend the frame or crankshaft, or running the engine too fast.
Repairs required as a result of operator negligence, such as those for electrical and mechanical issues brought on by inappropriate storage, failure to use the correct grade, and failing to maintain the
Craftsman YT 3000 Safety Rules
The Craftsman YT 3000 lawn mower has the ability to toss objects, amputate hands and feet, and trim the grass. The following safety guidelines must be followed to avoid serious injury or death.
When assembling, moving, adjusting, or performing repairs, always disconnect the spark plug wire and store it in a location where it cannot make contact with the spark plug.
Use only the accessories that your tractor’s manufacturer has approved and that meet their specifications when towing. When towing, use common sense.
When on a hill, only move at the slowest speed feasible. On a hill, carrying a load that is too heavy is risky. You risk losing control of your tractor if your tires lose traction with the surface.
The State of California is aware that some chemicals in engine exhaust, some of its constituents, and some automotive parts can lead to cancer, birth defects, and other reproductive harm.
Lead and lead compounds, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm, are present in battery posts, terminals, and related accessories.
Never place your hands or feet under the machine or near any rotating parts. Always stay away from the discharge opening.
Reputable adults who understand the manual and are operating the machine should be the only ones permitted to do so.
Remove anything that the blades could pick up and hurl, such as rocks, toys, wire, etc. from the area.
Never point fired material in someone’s direction. Don’t discharge anything up against a wall or other impediment. The operator may be hit by material that ricochets back. Crossing gravel surfaces requires stopping the blades.
• Never operate the equipment without the discharge chute, grass catcher, or other safety features installed and functional.
• Before turning, go more slowly.
Never depart from a machine that is in use alone. Always remove keys, set the parking brake, turn off the engine, and turn off the blades before getting off the vehicle.
When not mowing, disengage the blades. Before cleaning the machine, taking out the grass collector, or clearing the discharge chute, turn off the engine and wait for all parts to come to a complete stop.
Only use the machine in bright natural or artificial light.
Watch for traffic when working near or crossing roads; Never operate the machine while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
When loading or unloading the machine into a trailer or truck, exercise extreme caution. When using a machine, you should always wear eye protection.
Data shows that a significant portion of riding mower-related injuries involve operators 60 years of age or older. To prevent major injuries to themselves and others, these operators should assess their riding mower operation skills.
Craftsman YT 3000 Assembly
With the exception of the pieces left unassembled for delivery, your Craftsman YT 3000 lawn mower tractor has been assembled at the factory. In this handbook, references to the right or left hand refer to the hand you are holding when you are in the operational position (seated behind the steering wheel).
TO REMOVE TRACTOR FROM CARTON.
1. On all four panels of the carton, cut along the dashed lines. Lay side panels flat after removing the end panels.
2. Take off the covering on the tractor hood and grille.
Important: In the area where the tractor will roll off the skid, look for and remove any staples that could pierce the tires.
TO VERIFY BATTERY
1. Raise seat to a comfortable height.
NOTE: Charge the battery for a minimum of one hour at 6-10 amps if it is used beyond the month and year mentioned on the label (placed between the terminals). (For charging instructions, go to “BATTERY” in this manual’s Maintenance section.)
1. Take a seat.
2. Raise the adjustment lever (A) and slide the seat until you find a comfortable setting that enables you to fully depress the clutch or brake pedal.
3. To secure the seat in place, release the lever.
VERIFY TIRES’ PRESSURE
Your tractor’s tires were inflated excessively at the factory to facilitate shipping. For the best cutting performance, tire pressure is crucial.
• Lower tire pressure to the PSI shown on the tires.
EVALUATE DECK LEVELNESS
Mower housing should be leveled appropriately for the finest cutting results. In this manual’s Service and Adjustments section, look up “TO LEVEL MOWER.”
VERIFY THAT ALL BELT POSITIONS ARE CORRECT.
See the figures in the Service and Adjustments part of this handbook for replacing the motion and mower blade drive belts. Check to make sure the belts are installed properly.
VERIFY BRAKE SYSTEM
Check the brake’s functionality once you’ve mastered how to drive your tractor. In the Service and Adjustments part of this manual, please refer to “TO CHECK BRAKE.”
We want to make sure you get the best performance and enjoyment out of this Quality Product before you run your new tractor.
Please go over the checklist below:
- There are detailed instructions for assembly.
- Nothing is still loose in the container.
- Battery is prepared and charged correctly.
- Seat is snugly fitted and adjusted for comfort.
- The pressure of each tire is correct. (The tires were overinflated at the factory for shipping purposes.)