Troy-Bilt Chipper Shredder Vacuum

24A-06MP766

24A-06MP766

Features

Model

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Engine

Troy-Bilt 752Z1X65CU 159cc

Deck Cutting Width

24 Inches

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Model Manual Form Number Download operator's manual
24A06MP766 CSV:159CC ENG 06 SERIES PUSH
MANL:OPER:BILING:24X:06X:TROY 769-08982 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:24X:06X:TROY 769-09846 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:MTD:159ccENG 769-08388D PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:MTD:159ccENGI 769-08388B PDF Version
MANL:PARTS:2013:24X 769-08965 PDF Version
MANL:PARTS:2014:24X 769-09834 PDF Version
MANL:PARTS:2015:24X 769-10808 PDF Version
24A06MP766 CSV:159CC ENG 06 SERIES PUSH
MANL:OPER:BILING:24X:06X:TROY 769-10757 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:24X:06X:TROY 769-11814 PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:MTD:159cc:GEN 769-10972B PDF Version
MANL:OPER:BILING:MTD:159ccENG 769-08388E PDF Version

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Maintenance Schedule

Before Each Season

  1. Lubricate the rear wheels and each nozzle door adjustment lever with light oil
  2. All adjustments should be checked against the operator's manual
  3. Spark plug should be cleaned, and gap set to manufacturer's specifications

Before Each Use

  1. Check engine oil level
  2. Always add fresh fuel to your equipment's fuel tank

Periodically

  1. Wash bag with water and allow it to dry in the shade
  2. Check engine oil level
  3. Tighten hardware
  4. Clean chipper/shredder vacuum thoroughly

Every 25 Hours of Use

  1. Clean and re-oil air filter's foam pre-cleaner*
  2. Replace engine oil
  3. inspect wheels

Every 60 Hours

  1. Have the machine inspected annually by an authorized service dealer to ensure all mechanical and saftey systems are working properly and not worn excessively

Off-season Storage

  1. Care should be taken to rustproof the non-painted surfaces. Using a light oil or silicone, coat the equipment, especially any springs bearings and cables
  2. Remove all dirt from exterior of engine and equipement
  3. Run the unit dry of fuel, or use a fuel stabilizer to ensure saftey from stale fuel
  4. Store equipment in a clean, dry rea. Don not store in an area where equipment is present that may use a pilot light or has a component that can create a spark

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

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