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StaySharp Para ver la versión en español, vaya a la página N. o 19 THE WORL S MOST VNE REEL MOWERS TM THE WORL S MOST VNE REEL MOWERS StaySharp (17 ) Model Number: 6208 Fill in the following information for easy reference. Serial Number: (located on the lower back portion of the mower) ate of Purchase: Register: Go to fiskars.com/registration to register your StaySharp Reel Mower. ontents: Safety Information... 3 StaySharp Technologies... 4 Mower natomy... 5 ssembly djusting Your Mower hecking utting Performance Using Your Mower Troubleshooting are and Maintenance efore assembling or using the mower, read through the entire manual and fully understand the safety information. Safety Information o not use mower if in poor health. o not operate with missing or damaged guards. lways wear safety glasses, gloves and closed-toed shoes when operating and maintaining your mower. Never place hands, fingers or feet in the reel. When the reel is spinning, it will cut. lways remove debris from path of mower. lways have sound footing when using mower, especially on wet grass or on slopes (inclines). Use safe lifting practices when moving mower. o not allow children under 12 to use mower. o not operate around children, other people or pets. o not run while using mower. o not use mower on surfaces other than grass. Make sure mower is in safe operating condition by following the tips outlined in this manual. o not use mower if it becomes damaged. all ongratulations! You are now the owner of one of The World s Most dvanced Reel Mowers. If you have used a reel mower before, you will immediately appreciate the advantages offered by your new reel mower. If this is your first reel mower, you will likely require a short transition period as you adjust to using a reel mower. For more information on how to enjoy all the benefits of your reel mower, see Using Your Mower on page 13. lso, remember that Fiskars customer service team and website are both available to you should you need additional help. Safety Information LIMITE TWO-YER WRRNTY Fiskars warrants to the original consumer purchaser that its Lawn Mower products are free from defects in materials and workmanship appearing under normal use within two (2) years after the date of purchase. This warranty does not cover damage to Lawn Mower products caused by abuse, acts of God, your failure to follow product instructions, mishandling or unauthorized repair. THIS WRRNTY IS IN LIEU OF LL OTHER EXPRESS WRRNTIES; N NY IMPLIE WRRNTIES, INLUING UT NOT LIMITE TO NY IMPLIE WRRNTY OF MERHNTILITY OR FITNESS FOR PRTIULR PURPOSE, RE LIMITE TO THE URTION OF THIS WRRNTY. IN NO EVENT WILL FISKRS RNS, IN. E LILE FOR NY INIENTL OR ONSEQUENTIL MGES. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts and/or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation and/or the above exclusion may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state. s its sole responsibility and your sole remedy for any warranted defect, Fiskars rands, Inc. will replace any defective part of the Lawn Mower, containing a warranted defect, free of charge, with proof of purchase and notification within a reasonable period of time (but no longer than 6 months) following the discovery of such defect. For warranty service, or call r1 Questions? Suggestions? on t return to the store. We re here to help. all our customer service team at Visit our website at fiskars.com/reelmowers Save this manual for future reference. 2 3 StaySharp Technologies StaySharp utting System, Fiskars Exclusive What is it? Fiskars exclusive StaySharp utting System uses precisionground, hardened steel blades engineered to efficiently cut grass without actually touching, greatly reducing friction and blade wear. How is it different? Standard reel mowers rely on contact between the cutting reel and stationary blade for cutting. This steel-on-steel contact creates friction and causes blade wear. s a result, the blades on standard reel mowers dull quickly and require costly annual sharpening to maintain peak performance. Why is it important? Since the StaySharp utting System cuts grass without the blades touching, friction and blade wear are virtually eliminated. s a result, long-lasting performance is maintained without the cost and inconvenience of annual blade sharpening. Inertiarive Reel, Patent Pending What is it? Fiskars patent-pending Inertiarive Reel combines a largediameter cutting reel and thick blades to store energy (like a flywheel) until a burst of extra cutting power is needed. How is it different? Standard reel mowers use small-diameter cutting reels with thin blades. These reels and mowers lack cutting power and frequently jam when cutting small twigs, weeds or dense grass. When this happens the cutting reel seizes, completely stopping the mower. The obstruction must be removed before mowing can resume. Why is it important? Inertiarive Reel uses the mower s large-diameter cutting reel and heavy blades to store energy (like a flywheel) until a burst of extra cutting power is needed. When a tough spot is encountered, the Inertiarive Reel delivers 50% more cutting energy to power through without jamming, providing a superior cut without interruption. uts ll Grass Types What is it? StaySharp Reel Mower offers a combination of advanced technologies to cut all residential grass types easily. How is it different? Standard reel mowers struggle to cut certain types of residential grass, jamming or leaving uncut blades of grass. Why is it important? StaySharp Reel Mower cuts all types of residential grass easily, even tough southern varieties. 30% Easier to Push Most reel mowers can be difficult to push especially in longer grass. The advanced technologies combine to reduce push force by 30%. Key omponents eing familiar with the parts and technologies of your reel mower will make assembly and maintenance much easier. Review the components shown on this illustration and refer to it as needed when following the steps outlined in this manual. djustment Lock Screw (2) lade djustment Lock (2) lade djustment olt (2) otter Pin (2) utting Reel earings (2)* Handle utting Reel Handle Shroud Lifting Handle Handle olts (4) and Handle Nuts (4) Swing rm (2) Ergo Grip Rear Wheel (2) Rear Wheel Washer and Rear Wheel olt (2) ut Height djustment Knob (2) Stationary lade Side Plate (2) Mower natomy Wheel over (2) Front Wheel (2) *Located under cover (not visible) Hub ap (2) Grass ischarge hute 4 5 ssembly Rear Wheel ssembly (next page) Rear wheels (2) Rear wheel bolts (2) Rear wheel washers (2) Handle ssembly Handle nuts (4) Handle bolts (4) R Rear Wheel ssembly ttaching the Handle 1. ssemble the rear wheel bolt () through the rear wheel washer () and insert through the rear wheel (). 1. Remove the two cotter pins () from the handle mount pegs (). 2. Screw the bolt assembly into the swing arm () and tighten firmly using the 18 mm wrench or socket. 2. Slide hole number 2 () of the handle onto the handle mount pegs (). Some force may be needed to separate the handle legs so they fit over the pegs. Release the handle until it rests on the handle stop peg (). 3. Repeat for the other rear wheel. 3. Insert the cotter pins () to secure the handle. ssembly The following parts are included in the hardware bag (bagged separately): Tools required for assembly: The only tools required for assembly are 11 mm and 18 mm wrenches or sockets. (right) Handle rch (pointed down) (left) G L Handle ssembly F 2. Make sure the arch of the upper handle section () is facing down. Then insert the free ends of the upper handle section () into the center handle section (). Roughly align the holes. 3. Make sure the lower handle sections, () and (), are laid out with the notches up. Then insert the left lower handle section (marked with L ) () and the right lower handle section (marked with R ) () into the center handle section () as shown. Roughly align the holes E 1. Lay out the handle parts upside down as shown above for easier assembly. Note the center handle section () is symmetrical, so it can be laid down on either side Slide handle shroud (E) into place from below with the Fiskars logo facing down and toward the upper handle section (). 5. lign holes in handle sections and shroud (E). Slide a handle bolt (F) through from the inside, so that the end comes through the hole of the handle shroud. Repeat for the remaining three handle bolts. 6. lign the hex-shaped bolt head with the hex-shaped cutout in the center handle section (), then hand-tighten a handle nut (G) onto the bolt. Repeat for the remaining three handle nuts. 7. Using an 11 mm wrench or socket, tighten the four handle nuts (G) until they are snug. 7 Low ajo High lto r1 Low ajo High lto r1 djusting Your Mower ut Height djustment 1. Standing to the rear of the mower, place your left hand on the lifting handle () to support the mower during adjustment. 2. Use your right hand to pull the cut height adjustment knob () away from the mower and move to your desired cut height. Then release the knob, making sure it snaps back into place. 3. Repeat the process on the other side, reversing hand placement, making sure both wheels are at the same setting. Failure to align the wheels will result in an uneven cut. Note: The factory-set cut height range is 1.5 3.5 . Low ajo High lto r1 REPROUTION Handle Height djustment IMPORTNT: To maximize comfort and control, your mower features a height-adjustable handle. The handle is designed to float between its bottom and in-use positions. The bottom position is used to pivot through turns. The in-use position should be 6 10 above the bottom position. Lifting the handle in this fashion keeps the front end from rising off the ground to ensure an even cut. Since selecting the correct handle height is extremely important, it is worth the trial and error that may be required to find the ideal height. 1. For people of average height, handle hole 2 can be used for the middle cut-height settings, which are the most common. If you are tall or plan to use the lower cut height settings, consider using hole 3. If you are short or plan to use the higher cut height settings, consider using hole efore adjusting the handle height, it is important to set the mower to the cut height that you will use most frequently (see ut Height djustment). 3. Push the mower forward several feet, then turn it around as you would at the end of a mowing run. If you can push the mower comfortably without the front end rising and if you can turn the mower without hunching over, you have the handle set properly. If the front end rises, you have the handle set too high. Lower the handle by using hole 1. If you have to hunch over a great deal to turn, you have the handle set too low. Raise the handle by using hole s the cut height is adjusted, the handle s bottom position will also move. onsequently, you may need to adjust the handle height if you drastically change the cut height. djustment may also be needed if you share mowing duties with someone else to 10 Float In-use position ottom position djusting Your Mower hecking utting Performance heck #2: o the lades ut Properly? WRNING: Keep your fingers away from the cutting area; they should be to the right of the stationary blade. 1. Turn the mower onto its side. 2. To check if the blades cut properly, you will need to check the blades on both ends of the mower. Starting with the end closest to the ground, feed a strip of paper between a cutting reel blade () and the stationary blade (), keeping the paper flush against the side () of the stationary blade (). bout half an inch of the strip should be visible beyond the stationary blade. You ll need several 1 x 8 strips of standard printer paper (not newspaper) and a pair of work gloves. If the blades made contact: Move the whole stationary blade away from the cutting reel by making small clockwise turns on both ends, stopping as soon as the blades lose contact. e sure to turn both bolts equally. Then test that most of the blades cut paper on both ends. 4. fter the blades are properly adjusted, replace the adjustment locks and firmly tighten the screws. TTENTION: If you have followed the directions for adjusting the blades and are still not cutting paper on one or both sides of the mower, choose the setting that maximizes the number of blades that cut paper and take The tools required are an 11 mm wrench or socket and a Phillips screwdriver. the mower out for a test pass. If the mower cuts to your satisfaction and the blades do not make contact, you have adjusted the mower correctly. If the 1. With the mower resting on all four wheels, use the Phillips screwdriver to loosen the adjustment lock screw () on both sides, then lift the adjustment mower does not cut to your satisfaction, the stationary blade and cutting reel may be out of parallel alignment. If this is the case, proceed to ligning locks () over both adjustment bolts. the utting Reel and Stationary lade on page Turn the mower onto its side. TTENTION: If the cutting reel and stationary blade make contact, the mower will be difficult to push and may dull the blades. If the blades did not cut paper: Move the whole stationary blade closer to the cutting reel by making small counter-clockwise turns on both ends until the blades just barely come into contact. Then make small clockwise adjustments on either end until the blades no longer touch. e sure to turn both bolts equally. djusting the lades 1. Ensure that the mower cannot roll forward by positioning it on a firm, level surface with blocks in front of the rear wheels. Then raise the mower to the highest position to improve access Now check the opposite end of the reel by sliding the paper to the end farthest from the ground and checking if the blades cut properly on that end. TTENTION: Failure to correct an improperly set cutting system will result in poor cutting performance and uncut blades of grass. WRNING: The mower blades are sharp. Wear gloves when performing this procedure, and keep fingers away from the interface between the cutting reel blades and stationary blade. 2. To check if the blades make contact, with the mower resting on all four wheels, slowly turn the cutting reel () by lifting upward, one blade at a time, through a full rotation or two. If you hear scraping or feel resistance, skip the remainder of this section and proceed to djusting the lades on page ontinue to feed the paper into the reel horizontally half an inch at a time to check the other blades. 6. If most of the blades cut on both ends, the cutting system is set correctly. If all or most of the blades do not cut on one or both ends, the cutting system needs to be adjusted. Proceed to djusting the lades below. Preparation heck #1: o the lades Make ontact? 3. Slowly rotate the cutting reel () toward the stationary blade (), observing whether the paper is cut as the first cutting reel blade passes. loose and be unable to properly support the stationary blade. If this occurs, simply tighten the loose bolt so that both bolts have the same tension. hecking utting Performance IMPORTNT: The StaySharp utting System is engineered to cut grass without contact between the blades. This cutting system was precision-set during assembly. However, since slippage may occur during shipping, handling or use, it is very important to check the cutting performance prior to first use and periodically thereafter. Since slippage can occur in two directions, two checks are required to evaluate cutting performance both checks need to be performed on both the left and right side of the mower. hecking the cutting performance and adjusting it as needed is the most important thing you can do to ensure that your mower always performs optimally. 3. With the adjustment locks () lifted and turned to the side, adjust the stationary blade by turning the adjustment bolts (E) as described below. TTENTION: When making adjustments, it is very important to turn both adjustment bolts (E) with the same small adjustments (less than 1/8 of a turn at a time) so the stationary blade is supported evenly on both sides. Never turn one adjustment bolt without also turning the other the same amount. If one bolt is turned significantly more than the other, one bolt will become E hecking utting Performance The tools required are an 11 mm wrench or socket, a Phillips screwdriver and a nail or smaller screwdriver. 1. Rest the mower on all four wheels. Use a Phillips screwdriver to loosen the adjustment lock screws on both sides, then lift the adjustment locks over both adjustment bolts as shown in djusting the lades on page Turn the mower onto its right side and loosen (but not remove) the alignment cam locking bolt () using an 11 mm wrench or socket. 3. Locate the alignment cam adjustment window () on the bottom of the left side plate. Through the window you will see the alignment cam (), a round disc with holes in it. Note: The movement of the stationary blade will be very slight, so watch the adjustment closely. 6. You may initially need to move the stationary blade away from the cutting reel by turning the blade adjustment bolts clockwise to create room for the stationary blade to move into the proper position. 7. s you make adjustments, periodically check cutting performance as described in hecking utting Performance on page 10. When most of the blades cut paper on both ends without making contact, hold the alignment cam () in place using the nail or small screwdriver and re-tighten the cam locking bolt (). 8. Replace the adjustment locks and firmly tighten the adjustment lock screws. 4. You will need to adjust both the alignment cam () and the blade adjustment bolts to realign the stationary blade with the cutting reel. Safety Information o not use mower if in poor health. o not operate with missing or damaged guards. lways wear safety glasses, gloves and closed-toed shoes when operating and maintaining your mower. Never place hands, fingers or feet in the reel. When the reel is spinning, it will cut. lways remove debris from path of mower. lways have sound footing when using mower, especially on wet grass or on slopes (inclines). Use safe lifting practices when moving mower. o not allow children under 12 to use mower. o not operate around children, other people or pets. o not run while using mower. o not use mower on surfaces other than grass. lade adjustment moves the entire stationary blade toward and away from the cutting reel. am adjustment changes the angle between the stationary blade and cutting reel. 5. To adjust the alignment cam (), insert a nail or small screwdriver into one of the holes and slowly rotate it back and forth to determine which direction brings the stationary blade back into parallel alignment with the cutting reel. 12 Make sure mower is in safe operating condition by following the tips outlined in this manual. o not use mower if it becomes damaged. all Your reel mower has been designed and engineered to deliver best-inclass cutting performance and a superior mowing experience. However, there are several basic things you can do when mowing that will greatly impact both your mower s performance and your mowing experience. If you have used a reel mower before, you will immediately appreciate the advantages offered by the mower s advanced cutting technologies and design features. If this is your first reel mower, you will likely require a short transition period as you adjust your mowing habits to maximize efficiency and effectiveness. The information below will help both experienced and new reel mower users enjoy all the benefits of the reel mower. lso, remember that Fiskars customer service team and website are both available to you should you need additional help. Using Your Mower ligning the utting Reel and Stationary lade Mowing Tips For a
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