Refer to section 2.3. 4. Fit the chipper tube to Chip ‘N’ ShredTM body. Refer section 2.4. 5. Move the clutch engagement lever to the disengaged position and replace the spark plug lead. 4.6 Chipper blade sharpening To maintain optimum performance from the chipper the blade should be kept sharp. The chipper blade can be ground back a total of 3mm before replacement of the chipper blade is necessary. 1. Remove the chipper blade from the Chip ‘N’ ShredTM Refer to section 4.5. 2. Maintain the same
5. Move the Stop Control switch to the on position (if fitted). 6. Grasp the starter cord and pull. 7. When the engine starts, move the choke lever to the run position and the throttle lever to the slow position. 3.2 To stop the engine - Petrol Models Refer to the engine manufacturers instructions 1. Move the throttle lever to the off position. O 2. Move the fuel shutoff valve to the off position (if fitted). 3. Move the stop control switch to the off position (if fitted). 4. Move the clutch lev
This manual covers the operation of the petrol and electric powered Rover Chip `N Shred. Please read and understand this Owners Manual, and the accompanying Engine manufacturers manual for petrol models. If any point is unclear, contact Rover Mowers Limited or any authorised Rover Mower service dealer. WARNING The safety of the user and others involved. Personal injury may result should this information be disregarded CONTENTS Preface . ...........................................................
hex......................................7 Washers- 5/16” x 5/8” x 18g. flat.................................7 When disassembling the timber packing, discard the four nuts and retain the bolts and washers for the handle assembly. The four nyloc nuts found in the loose parts list are to be used on the handle bolts. Page 1 Rover Mowers Limited Chip ‘N’ ShredTM 2. SETTING UP 2.4 Chipper tube to body 1. Remove the rotor shaft cover from the bearing. 2. Slide the chipper tube assembly into the rectan
* Do not allow processed material to build up in the discharge area. This may prevent proper discharge and can result in kickback of material through the feed opening. * Keep all guards and deflectors in place and in good working condition. * Always stand clear of the discharge area when operating this machine. * Keep your face and body away from the feed opening. * Do not overreach. Keep proper balance and footing at all times. * Do not tamper with the engine governor settings on petrol engines