Hayter Mowers Lawn Mower 615E User Manual

Spirit 41 Electric  
CODE  
615E  
OWNER’S HANDBOOK  
Original Version (EN)  
ISSUE: 14.06.11  
PART NUMBER: 111-5122 (A)  
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INTRODUCTION  
Thank you for purchasing a Hayter mower. The following pages are designed to help you  
Use of non standard parts or any arbitrary modifications carried out on this machine may  
gain safe and efficient service from your machine.  
relieve Hayter Limited of liability for any resulting damage or injury.  
IMPORTANT: This ‘Owners Handbook’ should be regarded as part of the mower as it  
gives essential information regarding mower safety, operation, maintenance and specifica-  
tions. Read and understand this handbook prior to operating your mower for the first time.  
Make sure you are familiar with all the controls and points of regular maintenance. If you  
have any doubts, consult your local Hayter authorised dealer who will be pleased to give  
you assistance.  
Hayter mowers are robustly constructed and designed for efficient economical perfor-  
mance under normal mowing conditions. Correct operation and maintenance will ensure a  
long and satisfactory service life. Prior to despatch from our factory every effort is made  
to ensure that your mower is delivered in perfect condition.  
Throughout this handbook all references to left and right are as viewed from behind the  
handlebar, in the direction of forward travel.  
IMPORTANT: This mower is designed solely for use in a domestic grass cutting  
environment. Use in any other way is considered as contrary to the intended use. Compli-  
ance with and strict adherence to the conditions of operation, service and repair as speci-  
fied in this handbook also constitute essential elements of the intended use.  
This mower should be operated, serviced and repaired only by persons who are familiar  
with its particular characteristics and who are acquainted with the relevant safety proce-  
dures.  
This handbook is based on information available at the time of publication.  
HAYTER LIMITED reserve the right to amend product specifications without prior  
notification.  
The safety precautions listed in this handbook and all other generally recognised regula-  
tions on safety must be observed at all times.  
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SPECIFICATIONS / MAIN FEATURES  
Code  
615  
Motor Supply  
Rated Input  
Cutterblade Speed  
Fuse Rating  
Cutting width  
Cutting height  
Overall dimensions  
Weight  
230V  
1.5 kW  
2950 rpm  
13A  
410 mm  
13 - 65 mm  
1058 x 476 x 1380 mm  
29 Kg  
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1.  
2.  
Motor Housing.  
Serial No. Label.  
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3.  
4.  
5.  
6.  
7.  
8.  
Handlebar Securing Knob.  
Rear Deflector.  
Switch Control Unit.  
Stop Lever.  
Handlebar.  
Cable Cleat.  
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3
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10  
9.  
10.  
11.  
Grassbag Assembly.  
Cable.  
Height of Cut Lever.  
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS  
Safety Alert Symbol  
Preparation  
Operation  
This safety alert symbol indicates important safety  
messages. When you see this symbol be alert to the  
possibility of injury. Carefully read the following and  
inform others.  
It is recommended that a high sensitivity Residual Current  
- Operated Circuit - Breaker (RCCB) with a trip current  
of not more than 30mA is installed at the mains socket.  
This will provide the user with additional protection  
against electric shock. The fuse installed in the plug only  
provides protection for the electrical equipment and will  
not safeguard against electrocution. Always check the  
RCCB before using the mower.  
SWITCH OFF AND REMOVE PLUG FROM  
MAINS:  
- Before clearing blockages or unclogging the  
discharge chute.  
- Before cleaning/checking or working on the  
machine.  
- Whenever you the leave the machine.  
- After striking a foreign object. Inspect the machine  
for damage and ensure necessary repairs are made  
before re-starting and operating.  
- If the machine starts to vibrate abnormally (check  
immediately).  
Your mower is perfectly safe if used correctly. Failure  
to observe the following precautions may result in  
serious injury.  
WARNING: Regularly inspect the supply cable for signs  
of damage or ageing. Replace immediately if defective.  
Training  
Before using the mower read the owners handbook  
carefully. Pay particular attention to the safety precautions.  
Ensure that you are familiar with the controls and the  
proper use of the equipment. Learn how to stop the mower  
quickly in an emergency.  
While mowing, always wear substantial footwear and long  
trousers. Do not operate the equipment when barefoot or  
wearing sandals.  
- If the supply cable is entangled.  
THE CUTTERBLADE CAN CONTINUE TO RO-  
TATE AFTER THE MACHINE IS SWITCHED OFF.  
Thoroughly inspect the area where the mower is to be  
used and remove all objects which may be thrown by the  
machine.  
Never allow children or people unfamiliar with these  
instructions to use the mower. Local regulations can  
restrict the age of the operator.  
Keep the supply cable clear of the cutterblade at all  
times.  
A damaged cutterblade or loose fixing bolt are major  
hazards. Before use, always visually inspect the cutting  
mechanism to ensure that it is in good condition. A  
damaged cutterblade must be replaced immediately with a  
genuine Hayter replacement part.  
Do not mow across the supply cable. If this occurs, dis-  
connect the mains supply and check for damage. Do not  
use a defective supply cable.  
Never mow while people, especially children, or pets are  
nearby.  
Keep in mind that the user is responsible for accidents or  
hazards occurring to other people or their property.  
Mow only in daylight or good artificial light.  
Avoid using the machine on wet grass, where feasible.  
Safety Symbols  
STOP  
Carefully read the  
Owners Handbook be-  
fore using the machine.  
Wait until all machine components  
have stopped before touching them  
Danger of being hit  
by thrown objects.  
Keep bystanders at  
a safe distance from  
the mower.  
Safety Alert - Be aware  
to the possibility of injury.  
Danger of severing  
toes or fingers in  
cutting mechanism.  
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SAFETY PRECAUTIONS  
necessary when starting. Never lift the rear of the mower.  
Operation cont  
Always be sure of your footing on slopes.  
Never pick up or carry a mower whilst it is running or  
connected to the mains supply.  
Walk, never run.  
Do not mow excessively steep slopes of more than 20O  
and mow across the face of slopes, never up and down.  
Do not lift the rear deflector whilst the mower is in  
operation, particularly when using without a grassbag.  
Exercise extreme caution when changing direction.  
Maintenance & Storage  
Keep all nuts, bolts and screws tight to ensure that the  
equipment is in safe operating condition.  
Use extreme caution when reversing or pulling the  
mower towards you.  
Carefully examine the supply cable for signs of damage  
or ageing. Replace immediately if defective.  
Switch off, if the mower has to be tilted for transporta-  
tion when crossing surfaces other than grass and when  
transporting the mower to and from the area to be  
mowed.  
Check the rear deflector and grassbag frequently for wear  
or deterioration.  
Always replace worn or faulty parts with genuine Hayter  
parts.  
Replace worn or damaged parts for safety.  
Wear strong work gloves when removing and reassem-  
bling the cutterblade.  
Never operate the machine with defective guards, or with  
out safety devices, for example deflectors and/or grass  
bag in place.  
This machine contains spring loaded assemblies which  
could cause a hazard when disassembled and re-assem-  
bled, this maintenance should only be carried out by a  
Hayter authorised dealer.  
Do not put hands or feet near or under rotating parts.  
Do not tilt the front of the mower more than is absolutely  
Control Symbols  
Safety Symbols cont’d  
Height of Cut Adjustment  
Danger of electrical  
shock, electrocution  
Switch ON / OFF  
Do not use in rain or Switch off and remove plug from mains be-  
in wet conditions fore performing maintenance or repair work  
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