Troy-Bilt Ride On

14A7A3KA011

14A7A3KA011

Features

Model

NX15 GT Garden Tractor

Deck Cutting Width

54 Inches

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Model Manual Form Number Download operator's manual
14A7A3KA011 MOWER:NX15 GT:54FAB HYD K STYL
GDE:FS:TB NX-15 778-13387A PDF Version
MAN:ENG:KOH KT TWN TRI 751K3259011 PDF Version
MAN:OPER:BILING:NX15 769-11537A PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:TB XT1-XT2 769-11013A PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:TB XT1-XT2 769-11013B PDF Version
SHEET:SUPP:WARR/PARTS:TB NX15 769-11839A PDF Version
SHEET:SUPP:WARR/PARTS:TB XP NX 769-12249 PDF Version

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Maintenance Schedule

Before Each Use

  1. Check engine oil level
  2. Always use fresh fuel when filling the equipment's gas tank
  3. Check air filter for dirty, loose or damaged parts
  4. Inspect and clean around muffler to remove dirt build-up. Accumulation of debris around the muffler could cause a fire

Every 10 Hours

  1. Clean hood/dash louvers
  2. Check engine oil level
  3. Keep battery terminals clean and free of corrosive build-up. After cleaning apply a light coat of petroleum jelly or grease to both terminals
  4. Lube pedal pivot points

Every 25 Hours of Use

  1. Clean and re-oil air filter's foam pre-cleaner*
  2. Lubricate front axles and rims with an all-purpose grease before reinstalling them
  3. Clean engine cooling fans
  4. Change engine oil and replace oil filter

Prior to Storage

  1. Run the unit dry of fuel, or use a fuel stabilizer to preserve fuel life duration
  2. Disconnect Battery, and place it on a trickle charger

Always refer to your operator's manual for additional detailed information

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