Snapper RE110 Operater's Manual

Snapper RE110 Manual

Snapper RE110 manual table of contents:

  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 1
    Operator's Manual REAR ENGINE RIDING MOWER SERIES 24 Model No. Description 7800784 7800785 7800786 7800787 2811524BV 2812524BVE 3014524BVE 3317524BVE N ep o ro t fo du r ct io n R ! Manual No. 7104742 (Rev. '-')
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 2
    ... operated and maintained according to the instructions in this manual, your Snapper product will provide many years of dependable service. This ... Equipment Model Number_____ Serial Number _____ Engine Model_____Type_____Code_____ SNAPPER is a trademark of Briggs & Stratton Power Products Group, ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 3
    ... ...15 Cutting Height Adjustment ...15 Reverse Lockout Mechanism ...16 Troubleshooting ...32 Warranty ...34 Slope Guide ...35 ! R ! ! N ep o ro t ...Deck and Component Adjustments ...24 Rear Engine Rider Drive Components ...27 Mower Blade Replacement ...28 Mower Drive Belt ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 4
    ... answer to your satisfaction, contact Customer Service (1-800-935-2967 or www.snapper.com). Protection for Children Tragic accidents can occur ... 1. Read, understand, and follow instructions and warnings in this manual and on the machine, engine and attachments. Know the controls and the proper use ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 5
    ...clear of discharge opening at all times. 2. Start engine from operator's seat, if possible. Make ...stopped before removing grass catcher or unclogging mower to prevent loss of fingers or hand. 6. Blades ... when near or crossing roadways. 11. STOP engine immediately after striking an obstruction. Inspect...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 6
    ... engine governor speed settings or overspeed engine. 11. Lubricate machine at intervals specified in manual to prevent controls from binding. 12. Mower blades are sharp and can cut..... Check that all cotter pins are in proper position. 6 R N ep o ro t fo du r ct io n www.snapper.com
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 7
    ... Remove Battery - 7101109 Before Starting - 7101112 Amputation and thrown objects hazard • Keep hands and feet away from deck. • Do not operate mower unless discharge chute or entire grass catcher is in its proper place. 7101110 WARNING Fire Hazard. Operation of this equipment may create ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 8
    ... - 7105103 8 R + - AVOID SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH Read Operator's Manual before working with battery. Always wear goggles when working near battery. Keep .... Do not overcharge. IMPORTANT • Empty 7104797 not overfill tank. tank before standing unit on end. Fuel Tank - 7104797 www.snapper.com
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 9
    Features and Controls IMPORTANT The figures and illustrations in this manual are provided for reference only and may differ from your specific ... o ro t fo du r ct io n R B D C F. G. H. I. J. A E Features and Controls A. B. C. D. E. Engine Speed Control Cutting Height Lever Ignition Switch Clutch/...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 10
    ... Add fuel to the fuel tank after pushing the Rear Engine Rider outside where fumes can ... cap (A, Figure 2) is tight after refueling. Refer to the engine manual for fuel specifications. IMPORTANT: Do ...filler neck. • Empty the fuel tank before standing the machine on its rear bumper. 10 www.snapper....
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 11
    ...lever in a drive position. Follow starting instructions carefully. Figure 6: Engine speed control A 3. Press... (A, Figure 6) to the choke position (B) to start a cold engine. 5. Turn the ignition key (A, Figure 7) to the "START... allow a brief warm-up until engine runs smooth. (Continued on Next Page...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 12
    ...Should the battery be too weak to start the engine, refer to the Section entitled "Engine (Manual Start)"...control is in the choke position (HOT engine or COLD engine). A Engine (Manual Start) IMPORTANT: When the key ..." position. 7. Allow a brief warm-up until the engine runs smooth. 12 www.snapper....
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 13
    ... before and while backing. A Starting and Operation (Continued) Mower Blade 1. With the engine running, move the engine ... shift lever into a slow forward speed and the engine speed control to a fast position. This combination will allow the mower blades to lift the grass while cutting smoothly and ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 14
    ... fo du r ct io n A Figure 15: Stopping the mower blade ! WARNING Figure 13: Turning key to 'Off' Wheel Drive 1. Stop motion of the Rear Engine Rider by pushing the clutch/brake pedal ... is adjusted and functioning properly. ! R Figure 14: Engaging the clutch/brake pedal 14 A www.snapper.com
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 15
    Operation Stopping - Engine, Wheel Drive, Blade (Continued) Park Brake 1. To set the park brake, press the clutch/brake pedal (A, Figure 16) all the way down, slide the park brake latch (B) all the way in to the engaged position, and release the clutch/brake pedal. A detent in the park brake latch ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 16
    ... of machinery as fun rather than being taught how to avoid danger. This riding mower has a Reverse Lockout Mechanism. This mechanism prevents the ... Lockout Mechanism is not functioning properly. Contact your local Snapper dealer for assistance. DANGER If you operate your mower near roadways or use ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 17
    Maintenance Maintenance Chart TRACTOR AND MOWER Every 8 Hours or Daily Check safety interlock ...tractor brakes See Dealer Annually to Lubricate tractor and mower ENGINE First 5 Hours Change engine ...oil Replace oil filter Annually Check/replace mower blades ** * Whichever comes first ** Check blades ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 18
    ... a local dealer for parts and service assistance. For the correct part or information for a particular Rear Engine Riding Mower, always mention the ... with oil filters at every oil change. Refer to the engine manual for service instructions. 18 N ep o ro t fo du r ct io n A B Change Engine Oil DO ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 19
    ... screws (A, Figure 21), two on each side of mower drive belt cover (B). 3. Slide the cover back and rotate out on the left side of the mower deck. Figure 22: Measuring the belt spacing... entitled "BLADE BRAKE ADJUSTMENT", or contact your SNAPPER dealer for assistance. * IMPORTANT: The blade drive ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 20
    ... (located behind the air cleaner). Refer to the engine manual for cleaning and service instructions. Install the pre-cleaner and .... Contact your SNAPPER dealer immediately for assistance. ! WARNING ! • • R Lubrication - Grease Fittings The following components on the Rear Engine Rider are ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 21
    ... points with a light coat of motor oil. A DO NOT attempt any adjustments, maintenance, service or repairs with the engine running. STOP engine. STOP .... 2. Carefully stand the Rear Engine Rider on the rear bumper. (See statement below.) 4. Clean the underside of the mower deck, removing ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 22
    ... 1. Stand the rear engine rider on its rear bumper and check the fill/level plug (A, Figure 28) on the differential (B) for cracks and ... Chain case lubricant check Engine Service Check the maintenance section of the Engine Manual for additional engine service. www.snapper.com
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 23
    ... and detent. 4. Clutch disc. 5. Clutch yoke. 6. Mower deck linkage and pivot areas....specified in the Maintenance Chart in this manual. Storage (Out of Season) If desired, the Rear Engine Rider ...rear bumper in the desired location for storage. Fuel Filter IMPORTANT: Service the fuel filter on a COLD ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 24
    ... to an authorized Snapper dealer. Engine Adjustments and Repair Refer to the engine manual for those adjustments and/or repairs that can be made by the owner. A Mower Deck and Component Adjustments... n B B The following mower deck and component adjustments and repairs can be made by the owner....
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 25
    ... levelness. DO NOT attempt any adjustments, maintenance, service or repairs with the engine running. STOP ... Deck Adjustment (Front-to-Rear Levelness) 28" and 33" Decks With the Rear Engine Rider on... Steps 1 through 3 until proper levelness is obtained. Mower Deck Adjustment (Side-To-Side Levelness) ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 26
    ... securely to prevent fuel spillage. B A Mower Drive Belt Adjustment (For 28" & 30" Decks Only) 1. ... belt cover. Refer to the section entitled "CHECK MOWER DRIVE BELT". 2. Move the blade lever up ... section entitled "SERVICE BRAKE/PARK BRAKE ADJUSTMENT". C IMPORTANT: The SNAPPER Rear Engine Rider ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 27
    ... from spark plug and secure away from plug. Engine and components are HOT. Avoid serious burns, ...are noted for reference purposes only. E Rear Engine Rider Drive Components Service Brake / Park Brake ...• Empty the fuel tank before standing the machine on its rear bumper. R B N ep o ro t fo du r ...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 28
    ... statement found on this page. 2. Carefully stand the Rear Engine Rider on its rear bumper. 3. Remove the bolts ... blade. 28 N ep o ro t fo du r ct io n B C A B Figure 43: Sharpening the mower ... in the filler neck. • Empty the fuel tank before standing the machine on its rear bumper. www.snapper....
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 29
    ...belt tension and adjust if necessary (28" & 30" decks only). Refer to the Section entitled "MOWER DRIVE BELT ADJUSTMENT". 12... the WARNING statement found on this page. 2. Carefully stand the Rear Engine Rider on its rear bumper. 3. Route the new belt through the engine belt guide (B, Figure 44) up to...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 30
    ...hardware. DO NOT attempt any adjustments, maintenance, service or repairs with the engine running. Stop ...spark plug and secure away from plug. Engine and components are HOT. Avoid serious ... bracket ! WARNING ! Always shield the positive terminal with the positive terminal cover. 30 www.snapper....
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 31
    ... while installed on the unit. ! Battery Storage R N ep o ro t fo du r ct io n 31 If the mower is to be stored out of season on its rear bumper, it is recommended the battery be removed, charged and stored. 1. Remove the battery. Refer to the section entitled "...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 32
    Troubleshooting PROBLEM PROBABLE CAUSE CORRECTIVE ACTION 1. Fill fuel tank with fresh fuel to proper ... to "SLOW" and allow engine to idle. Then, turn key to "OFF". 1. Service mower blade(s). 2. Service .... 5. Bent Idler, stationary or spindle pulley. 32 R N ep o ro t fo du r ct io n www.snapper.com
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 33
    Troubleshooting PROBLEM Rider Will Not Move Or Loss of Traction PROBABLE CAUSE 1. Drive disc ... pitch, front to rear. 7. Cutting blade(s) dull or damaged. 8. Mower belt slipping. 1. Engine speed ... lever to a slower speed. 3. Mow when grass is dry. 4. Service mower blade. 5. Clean the underside of deck....
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 34
    ...warranty service, find the nearest Authorized Service Dealer using our dealer locator at www.BriggsandStratton.com or www.Snapper.com. There is no other...product requires fresh fuel that conforms to the criteria specified in the Operator's Manual. Damage caused by stale fuel (carburetor leaks, clogged...
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 35
    R N ep o ro t fo du r ct io n Slope Guide 35
  • Snapper RE110 | Operater's Manual - Page 36
    REAR ENGINE RIDING MOWER SERIES 24 Product Specifications Deck Size (inches) Height of Cut (inches) Transmission...ct io n Part Number 7104196 7026565 7034168 7022252 7043844 Cutter Blade (28") Cutter Blade (30") Cutter Blade (33") Cutting Deck Belt (28 and 30") Cutting Deck Belt (33") www.snapper.com



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Snapper RE110 Manual