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OPERATOR’S MANUAL Front Tine Tiller Model RB - 500 IMPORTANT : Read safety rules and instructions carefully before operating equipment . Warning : This unit is equipped with an internal combustion engine and should not be used on or near any unimproved forest - covered , brush - covered or grass - covered land unless the engine’s exhaust system is equipped with a spark arrester meeting applicable local or state laws ( if any ) . If a spark arrester is used , it should be maintained in effective working order by the operator . In the State of California the above is required by law ( Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code ) . Other states may have similar laws . Federal laws apply on federal lands . A spark arrester for the muffler is available through your nearest engine authorized service dealer or contact the service department , P.O . Box 361131 Cleveland , Ohio 44136 - 9722 . WHITE OUTDOOR PRODUCTS COMPANY P.O . BOX 361131 CLEVELAND , OHIO 44136 - 9722 ECO # 2704 770 - 10319A.fm FORM NO . PRINTED IN U.S.A . ( 10 / 00 )
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TABLE OF CONTENTS Content Page Important Safe Operation Practices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Assembling Your Tiller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Know Your Tiller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Operating Your Tiller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Making Adjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Maintaining Your Tiller . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Parts List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 FINDING MODEL NUMBER This Operator’s Manual is an important part of your new tiller . It will help you assemble , prepare and maintain the unit for best performance . Please read and understand what it says . Before you start assembling your new equipment , please locate the model plate on the equipment and copy the information from it in the space provided below . The information on the model plate is very important if you need help from our Customer Support Department or an authorized dealer . • You can locate the model number by looking down at the rear of the tiller . A sample model plate is explained below . For future reference , please copy the model number and the serial number of the equipment in the space below . ( Model Number ) ( Serial Number ) Copy the model number here : WHITE OUTDOOR Copy the serial number here : PRODUCTS COMPANY P.O . BOX 361131 CLEVELAND , OHIO 44136 CALLING CUSTOMER SUPPORT If you have difficulty assembling this product or have any questions regarding the controls , operation or maintenance of this unit , please call the Customer Dealer Referral Line . Call 1 - ( 800 ) - 949 - 4483 to reach the Customer Dealer Referral Line . Please have your unit’s model number and serial number ready when you call . See previous section to locate this information . You may be asked to enter the serial number in order to process your call . 2
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SECTION 1 : IMPORTANT SAFE OPERATION PRACTICES WARNING : This symbol points out important safety instructions which , if not followed , could endanger the personal safety and / or property of yourself and others . Read and follow all instructions in this manual before attempting to operate this machine . Failure to comply with these instructions may result in personal injury . When you see this symbol — heed its warning . WARNING : Engine exhaust , some of its constituents , and certain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known to State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm DANGER : This machine was built to be operated according to the rules for safe operation in this manual . As with any type of power equipment , carelessness or error on the part of the operator can result in serious injury . This machine is capable of amputating hands and feet . Failure to observe the following safety instructions could result in serious injury or death . spilled on yourself or your clothes which can ignite . Training Wash your skin and change clothes immediately . 1 . Read , understand , and follow all instructions on the 7 . Use only an approved gasoline container . machine and in the manual ( s ) before attempting to 8 . Extinguish all cigarettes , cigars , pipes and other assemble and operate . Keep this manual in a safe sources of ignition . place for future and regular reference and for 9 . Never fuel machine indoors . ordering replacement parts . 10 . Never remove gas cap or add fuel while the engine 2 . Be familiar with all controls and their proper is hot or running . operation . Know how to stop the machine and 11 . Allow engine to cool at least two minutes before disengage them quickly . refueling . 3 . Never allow children under 14 years old to operate 12 . Never over fill fuel tank . Fill tank to no more than ½ this machine . Children 14 years old and over should inch below bottom of filler neck to provide space for read and understand the operation instructions and fuel expansion . safety rules in this manual and should be trained 13 . Replace gasoline cap and tighten securely . and supervised by a parent . 14 . If gasoline is spilled , wipe it off the engine and 4 . Never allow adults to operate this machine without equipment . Move machine to another area . Wait 5 proper instruction . minutes before starting the engine . 5 . Keep bystanders , helpers , pets and children at least 15 . Never store the machine or fuel container inside 75 feet from the machine while it is in operation . near an open flame , spark or pilot light ( e.g . Stop machine if anyone enters the area . furnace , water or space heater , clothes dryer etc . ) . 16 . Allow machine to cool 5 minutes before storing . Preparation 1 . Thoroughly inspect the area where the equipment is Operation to be used . Remove all stones , sticks , wire , and 1 . Do not put hands or feet near rotating parts . Contact other foreign objects which could be tripped over with the rotating parts can amputate hands and feet . and cause personal injury . 2 . Do not operate machine while under the influence 2 . Wear sturdy , rough - soled work shoes and close of alcohol or drugs . fitting slacks and shirt . Loose fitting clothes or 3 . Never operate this machine without good visibility jewelry can be caught in movable parts . Never or light . Always be sure of your footing and keep a operate this machine in bare feet or sandals . firm hold on the handles . 3 . Disengage clutch levers and shift ( if provided ) into 4 . Keep bystanders , helpers , pets , and children at neutral ( “ N ” ) before starting the engine . least 75 feet from the machine while it is in 4 . Never leave this machine unattended with the operation . Stop the machine if anyone enters the engine running . area . 5 . Never attempt to make any adjustments while 5 . Be careful when tilling in hard ground . The tines engine is running , except where specifically may catch in the ground and propel the tiller recommended in the operator’s manual . forward . If this occurs , let go of the handle bars and 6 . To avoid personal injury or property damage use do not restrain the machine . extreme care in handling gasoline . Gasoline is 6 . Exercise extreme caution when operating on or extremely flammable and the vapors are explosive . crossing gravel surfaces . Stay alert for hidden Serious personal injury can occur when gasoline is hazards or traffic . Do not carry passengers . 3
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7 . Never operate the machine at high transport speeds 3 . Before cleaning , repairing , or inspecting , stop the on hard or slippery surfaces . engine and make certain the tines and all moving 8 . Exercise caution to avoid slipping or falling . parts have stopped . Disconnect the spark plug wire 9 . Look down and behind and use care when in and ground it against the engine to prevent reverse or pulling machine towards you . unintended starting . 10 . Start the engine according to the instructions found 4 . Do not change the engine governor settings or over - in this manual and keep feet well away from the speed the engine . The governor controls the tines at all times . maximum safe operating speed of the engine . 11 . After striking a foreign object , stop the engine , 5 . Maintain or replace safety and instruction labels , as disconnect the spark plug wire and ground against necessary . the engine . Thoroughly inspect the machine for any 6 . Follow this manual for safe loading , unloading , damage . Repair the damage before starting and transporting , and storage of this machine . operating . 7 . Never store the machine or fuel container inside 12 . Disengage all clutch levers and stop engine before where there is an open flame , spark or pilot light you leave the operating position ( behind the such as a water heater , furnace , clothes dryer etc . handles ) . Wait until the tines come to a complete 8 . Always refer to the operator’s manual for proper stop before unclogging the tines , making any instructions on off - season storage . adjustments , or inspections . 9 . If the fuel tank has to be drained , do this outdoors . 13 . Never run an engine indoors or in a poorly 10 . Observe proper disposal laws and regulations for ventilated area . Engine exhaust contains carbon gas , oil , etc . to protect the environment . monoxide , an odorless and deadly gas . 14 . Muffler and engine become hot and can cause a Your Responsibility burn . Do not touch . 1 . Restrict the use of this power machine to persons 15 . Use caution when tilling near fences , buildings and who read , understand and follow the warnings and underground utilities . Rotating tines can cause instructions in this manual and on the machine . property damage or personal injury . 2 . The safety label on the tiller is reproduced below for 16 . Do not overload machine capacity by attempting to your review . To ensure safe operation of the tiller , till soil to deep at to fast of a rate . follow the instructions on all labels closely . 17 . If the machine should start making an unusual noise or vibration , stop the engine , disconnect the spark plug wire and ground it against the engine . Inspect thoroughly for damage . Repair any damage before starting and operating . 18 . Keep all shields , guards and safety devices in place and operating properly . 19 . Never pick up or carry machine while the engine is running . 20 . Use only attachments and accessories approved by the manufacturer . Failure to do so , can result in personal injury . 21 . If situations occur which are not covered in this manual , use care and good judgment . Contact your dealer or telephone 1 - 800 - 800 - 7310 for assistance and the name of your nearest servicing dealer . Maintenance & Storage 1 . Never tamper with safety devices . Check their proper operation regularly . 2 . Check bolts and screws for proper tightness at frequent intervals to keep the machine in safe working condition . Also , visually inspect machine for any damage . 4
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SECTION 2 : ASSEMBLING YOUR TILLER IMPORTANT : This unit is shipped without gasoline or oil goes over the flange on the frame ) . Tighten in the engine . Be certain to service engine with gasoline securely . and oil , as instructed in the engine manual , before operating your tiller . ( The engine manual is packed seperately and shipped in the tiller carton . ) NOTE : Reference to right or left side of the tiller is Handle Assembly observed from the operating position . Removing Unit From Carton • Remove staples , break glue on top flaps , or cut tape at carton end and peel along top flap to open carton . Remove loose parts ( i.e . , operator’s manual , etc . ) from carton . • Cut along corners , lay carton down flat , and remove Frame Halves Hex Bolt packing material . Roll or slide unit out of carton and check carton thoroughly again before discarding . • Extend control cables to the rear of the tiller and lay them on the floor . Do not bend or kink cables . Attaching Tailpiece & Depth Stake NOTE : Engine left out of picture • Remove the two self - tapping screws on the frame . for clarity in viewing only . Slide the tailpiece into the frame with the lower hole in the tailpiece toward the front . Secure with screws Figure 2 just removed . See Figure 1 . • Remove the handle crank from the handle brace . • Select one of the three handle height positions ( indicated by three notches on the welded bracket ) . See Figure 3 inset . Insert the handle crank through one of the notches on the bracket and into the Hex Nut and threaded U - nut on the end of the handle brace . See Cupped Washer Figure 3 . • Tighten the handle crank to secure handle in Tailpiece desired position . Make certain the handle crank is seated securely into one of the three positions provided . See Figure 3 . Depth Stake Handle Self - Tapping Crank Screws Bracket Notches Figure 1 U - Nut Attaching Handle Assembly Handle Height Handle Positions • Remove the hex bolt and cupped washer from the Brace top right side of the frame halves . Hold the cable Figure 3 guide bracket on the left side of the frame as it will fall when the bolt is removed . See Figure 1 . • Insert the handle assembly between the two frame Attaching Clutch Control Cable halves . Insert the hex bolt , just removed , through Attach the end of the forward cable , which is located in the frame halves , handle assembly , and into the the rear of the tiller , to the bracket underneath the cable guide bracket ( notch in cable guide bracket handle assembly as follows : 5
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• Loosen the hex nut on the threaded rod near the • Thread the hex nut down against the end of cable . end of the cable , and move it up the rod as far as it Use a pair of pliers and a wrench to lock the nut will go . See Figure 4 . against the rod . Z End Hooked NOTE : Do not overtighten control cable . Too much in Bracket tension may cause it to break when engaged . Final Clutch Adjustment Clutch Handle To check the clutch cable , proceed as follows : Assembly • Disconnect the spark plug wire and move it away from the spark plug to prevent accidental starting . • Engage and release the forward tine engagement handle . If an excessive noise is heard when releasing the tine drive clutch handle , the cable may be too loose . To adjust the forward clutch cable , loosen the hex nut , thread the rod into the Hex Nut cable one or two turns , and retighten the nut . Threaded Rod • With tine engagement handle in neutral , pull the starter rope several times . The tines should not Figure 4 turn . If they turn forward , loosen the hex nut on the • Unthread the rod from the rest of the cable . Hook cable and unthread the rod from the cable two or the “ Z ” end of the rod into the bracket underneath three turns . Retighten the hex nut and check again the handle assembly from the right hand side . for correct adjustment . • Thread the rod back into the cable until the cable is straight . Do not tighten it so much as to put any tension on the spring . SECTION 3 : KNOW YOUR TILLER Read this operator’s manual and safety rules before operating your tiller . Compare the illustrations in Figure 5 with your tiller to familiarize yourself with the location of various controls and adjustments . Save this manual for future reference . IMPORTANT : This tiller has a fuel shut - off valve on the Handle Crank right side of the engine near the fuel tank . Make sure that the valve is in the ON ( horizontal ) position when Forward Tine Engagement starting the unit . Any time the tiller is not in operation Handle ( i.e . , storing , performing maintenance or adjustments ) , make sure that the valve is in the OFF ( vertical ) position . Throttle Control Depth The throttle control lever is located on the engine . It Stake controls the engine’s speed and stops the engine . Choke Lever The choke lever is located near the throttle control . It is used to enrich the fuel mixture when starting a cold End Cap engine . Forward Tine Engagement Handle The forward tine engagement handle is located Tines beneath the tiller handle . Squeeze the handle up against the tiller handle to engage tines ; release the handle to stop tines . See Figure 5 . Figure 5 6
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furrow , and prepare your garden for seeding . The disc Depth Stake end caps are used to avoid tilled soil from overflowing The depth stake is located in the rear of the tiller and it onto unwanted areas . See Figure 5 . controls the tilling depth . Engine Controls Stopping Engine Refer to the engine manual for the location and function • Move throttle control lever to STOP or OFF of the controls on the engine . position . Disconnect spark plug wire from spark Tines & Disc End Caps plug and ground against the engine . The tilling tines and disc end caps are used to cultivate , SECTION 4 : OPERATING YOUR TILLER above waist height . The tiller will thus be lower Gas & Oil Fill - Up when the tines and depth stake penetrate the • Service the engine with gasoline and oil as ground . See Figure 11 . instructed in the engine manual packed seperately • When tilling , leave approximately 8 inches of with your tiller . Read instructions carefully . untilled soil between the first and second tilling paths , then make the third path between the first WARNING : Never fill fuel tank indoors with and second . engine running or until the engine has been • In some soils , the desired depth is obtained by allowed to cool for two minutes after running . going over the garden two or three times . In the latter case , the depth stake should be lowered Starting Engine before each succeeding pass over the garden . • Passes should be made across the length and WARNING : Be sure no one is standing in width of the garden alternately . See Figure 6 . front of the tiller while the engine is running or Rocks , which are turned up , should be removed being started . from the garden area before proceeding with tilling . • Attach spark plug wire to spark plug . Make sure the metal cap on the end of the spark plug is fastened securely over the metal tip on the spark plug . • Make certain the tine engagement control is in the neutral position . • Place the throttle control in the FAST position . • Move choke lever to CHOKE position . A warm engine requires little or no choke . • Grasp starter handle and pull rope out slowly until engine reaches start of compression cycle ( rope will pull slightly harder at this point ) . Let the rope rewind slowly . • Pull rope with a rapid , continuous , full arm stroke . Keep a firm grip on starter handle . Let rope rewind slowly . Do not let starter handle snap back against starter . Repeat until engine starts . Figure 6 • When engine starts , move choke lever on engine halfway between CHOKE and RUN . As the engine Controlling Speed & Tilling Depth warms up , move the lever to RUN position . • For shallow tilling , cultivating , and transporting , the wheels have to be close to the tine . Place wheel Using Your Tiller yoke so that the wheels are forward and close to the tines . At this position , the forward speed will Your tiller is a precision - built machine for preparing increase . See Figure 7 . seed beds , cultivating , furrowing , and mulching.The • For deep tilling , wheels have to be farther away instructions below are designed towards your from the tines . Turn yoke around ( farthest point convenience in using the tiller . from the tines ) for slower forward speed . See • When presetting the working depth , the handles Figure 7 . should be adjusted so the hand grips are a little 7
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Transporting the Tiller • To transport the tiller to or from the garden , pivot the depth stake forward and out of the way . With the throttle control in SLOW position , the unit will walk freely on the lawn . If the operator does not allow the tiller to move freely , the unit will start to till the surface . Cultivating • For cultivating , a two to three inch depth is desirable . • Set the wheels and depth stake so that the wheels are about two inches above the ground while the tiller is resting on the tines and depth stake . • Set the throttle to control forward movement to a slow walking speed . Shallow Deep • With the outer tine installed , the working width of Tilling Tilling the machine is 24 or 26 inches . For cultivation , this may be reduced to 13 inches by removing the outer Figure 7 tines . Refer to page 9 for instructions . • When laying out plant rows , be sure to allow Handle Pressure enough width to permit cultivation between the Further control of tilling depth and travel speed can be rows . See Figure 9 . obtained by variation of pressure on the handles . • A downward pressure on the handles will reduce the working depth and increase the forward speed . • An upward pressure on the handles will increase the working depth and reduce the forward speed . The type of soil and working conditions will determine the actual setting of the depth stake and the handle pressure required . Removing End Caps • The end caps prevent tilled soil from overflowing onto unwanted areas . To remove end caps from the outer axle , remove the hairpin clip and the clevis pin , as shown below , and slide end cap off the axle . See Figure 8 . Figure 9 Other Uses 1 . Your tiller has many uses other than tilling and cultivating a garden . One of these is the preparation of lawn area for seeding . The tiller will prepare an evenly deep seed bed , hence allowing better lawn growth . 2 . Your tiller may be used for loosening hard soil for excavation with a shovel . In this case , no tedious hand work will be necessary . 3 . Your tiller may be used for mixing compost in the pile , or for mixing it with the soil in your garden . This should be done after the soil has been broken to the full working depth . The compost should be Clevis Hairpin worked to a depth of six to seven inches . This may Pin End Clip be done by working the length of the garden , and Cap then by making separate passes across its width . Figure 8 8
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SECTION 5 : MAKING ADJUSTMENTS WARNING : Do not at any time make any adjustments without first stopping engine and disconnecting spark plug wire . Transport Position Wheel Position Depth The tiller is shipped with the wheels adjusted such that Stake the unit sits level . While tilling , as the tines enter the ground and the front of the tiller lowers , the wheels must be raised to level the unit . • For proper wheel positioning , remove the clevis pin and the hairpin clip from the wheel yoke , raise Shallow Tilling wheels as desired , and secure with the hardware . Fast Forward See Figure 10 . Depth Stake Raised Wheel Setting Deep Tilling For Deep Tilling Slow Forward Figure 11 Tine Width Wheel Yoke The tilling width of the unit is 24 inches , but can be increased to 26 inches . • To increase the tilling width , remove the clevis pins Hairpin Clips and hairpin clips , slide the outer tine out one inch , and Clevis Pins and secure in this position with the clevis pins and hairpin clips . Figure 10 • For cultivation , reduce the tine width to 13 inches by removing the outer tines completely . See Figure 12 . Clutch Control To adjust clutch controls , refer to page 6 of this manual . Depth Stake The depth stake acts as a brake for the tiller and controls the depth and speed at which the machine will 24 operate . • Remove clevis pin and hairpin clip to raise or lower depth stake . Refer to Figure 10 . a . When the depth stake is lower , forward speed of the machine is reduced , and the working depth increased . See Figure 11 . b . When the depth stake is raised , the forward 26 ” speed is increased and the working depth of the machine is reduced . See Figure 11 . • The working depth of the machine may be predetermined by setting the depth stake and wheels . The wheels are about four inches from the ground when the tines and depth stake are resting on the ground . This setting will permit a working 13 ” depth of about four inches . Figure 12 9
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SECTION 6 : MAINTAINING YOUR TILLER • Remove the belt keeper from the idler pulley by Lubrication removing the idler pulley nut . See Figure 14 . Always stop engine and disconnect spark • Lift belt off the idler pulley and transmission pulley plug wire before cleaning , lubricating or and remove bolt from engine pulley . doing any kind of maintenance on your Transmission tiller . Pulley Pivot Points : Remove the belt cover and lubricate all moving parts and pivot points at least once a season . Chain Drive : The chain case is lubricated and sealed at the factory . Engine : Follow the engine manual for lubrication specifications and instructions . Cleaning • Clean the engine regularly with a cloth or brush . Engine • Keep the cooling system ( blower housing area ) Pulley clean to permit proper air circulation . Be certain to remove all dirt and combustible debris from muffler Idler Pulley Forward area . Nut Belt • Clean the underside of the tine shield after each Figure 14 use . Dirt washes off the tines easier if washed off immediately . • Push reverse idler pulley bracket forward and remove engine pulley and belt . WARNING : Do not turn the tiller over , for cleaning or • Reassemble the new belt following instructions in any other maintainenance , without closing the fuel reverse order . Make certain the forward drive belt is shut - off valve . assembled with the wide side of the belt away from the transmission and engine pulleys . Be certain to Replacing Belt adjust the clutch control as instructed on page 6 . • Disconnect and ground spark plug wire against the engine . Engine • Remove the belt cover from the left side of the tiller Refer to the separate engine manual for all engine by removing two self - tapping screws and flat maintenance instructions . washers from the front of belt cover . See Figure 13 . • Maintain engine oil as instructed in the engine • Remove the hex nut and flat washer from the side manual . of the belt cover . Remove belt cover . • Poor engine performance and flooding usually Hex Nut and Washer Self Tapping indicate that the air cleaner needs to be serviced . Screws For instructions , refer to the engine manual . • The spark plug should be cleaned and the gap Belt Cover reset once a season . For instructions , refer to the engine manual . Storing Your Tiller • Lubricate and clean tiller according to the lubrication and maintenance section . • Wipe tines with oiled rag to prevent rust . • Refer to engine manual for correct engine storage instructions . • Store in a clean , dry area . Do not store next to Figure 13 corrosive materials , such as fertilizer . 10
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SECTION 7 : TROUBLESHOOTING Problem Cause Remedy Engine fails to start 1 . Spark plug wire disconnected . 1 . Connect wire to spark plug . 2 . Fuel tank empty or stale fuel . 2 . Fill tank with clean , fresh gasoline . 3 . Throttle control lever not in correct 3 . Move throttle lever to start position . starting position . ( If equipped ) 4 . Choke not in ON position . 4 . Move switch to ON position . 5 . Blocked fuel line . 5 . Clean fuel line . 6 . Faulty spark plug . 6 . Clean , adjust gap , or replace . 7 . Engine flooded 7 . Wait a few minutes to restart , but do not prime . Engine runs erratic 1 . Spark plug wire loose . 1 . Connect and tighten spark plug wire . 2 . Unit running on CHOKE . 2 . Move choke lever to OFF position . 3 . Blocked fuel line or stale fuel . 3 . Clean fuel line ; fill tank with clean , fresh gasoline 4 . Vent in gas plugged . 4 . Clear vent . 5 . Water or dirt in fuel system . 5 . Drain fuel tank . Refill with fresh fuel . 6 . Dirty air cleaner . 6 . Clean air cleaner . 7 . Carburetor out of adjustment . 7 . Adjust carburetor . Engine overheats 1 . Engine oil level low . 1 . Fill crankcase with proper oil . 2 . Dirty air cleaner . 2 . Clean air cleaner . 3 . Air flow restricted . 3 . Remove blower housing and clean . 4 . Carburetor not adjusted properly . 4 . Adjust carburetor . Tines do not engage 1 . Foreign object lodged in tines . 1 . Dislodge foreign object . 2 . Tine clevis pin ( s ) missing . 2 . Replace tine clevis pin ( s ) . 3 . Pulley and idler not in correct 3 . Take unit to authorized service dealer . adjustment . 4 . Control cable not adjusted properly . 4 . Adjust control cable . 5 . Belt worn and / or stretched . 5 . Replace belt . NOTE : For repairs beyond the minor adjustments listed above , contact your nearest White Outdoor dealer . 11
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SECTION 8 : PARTS LIST FOR MODEL RB - 500 5 3 1 7 6 2 8 2 9 10 4 11 12 13 14 17 16 44 22 24 21 25 23 26 15 30 18 27 31 32 37 33 20 32 29 19 28 25 35 34 36 40 25 38 39 41 42 43 12
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Model RB - 500 Ref . Ref . Part No . Part Description Part No . Part Description No . No . 1 . 712 - 0442 Acorn Lock Nut 1 / 4 - 20 23 . 710 - 0805 Hex Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 x 1.5 ” 2 . 736 - 3020 Flat Washer . 271 ” I.D . x . 630 ” O.D . 24 . 710 - 0189 Hex Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 x 3 ” 3 . 731 - 1599 Handle Cover 25 . 736 - 0242 Wash . Bell . . 340 ” I.D . x . 872 ” O.D . 4 . 712 - 0287 Hex Nut 1 / 4 - 20 Gr . 2 26 . 711 - 1036A Spec . Hex Nut 5 . 720 - 0274 Grip - Handle 27 . 736 - 0119 L - Wash . 5 / 16 ” I.D . 6 . 686 - 0083 Clutch Handle Assembly 28 . 710 - 3008 Hex Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 Gr . 5 7 . 720 - 0269 Grip - Clutch 29 . 786 - 0129 Cable Guide Bracket 8 . 710 - 0641 Hex Bolt 1 / 4 - 20 x 2.25 ” 30 . 710 - 0604 Hex Wash Screw 5 / 16 - 18 x . 62 ” 9 . 731 - 1645A Clutch Handle Holder 31 . 710 - 0602 Hex Wash . Hd . TT - Tap Scr . 10 . 736 - 0140 Flat Washer . 385 ” I.D . x . 62 ” O.D . 32 . 738 - 0934 Shdl . Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 11 . 649 - 0039 Handle Assembly Comp . 33 . 786 - 0138 Frame ( R.H . ) 12 . 647 - 0042 Adjustment Crank 34 . 786 - 0139 Frame ( L.H . ) 13 . 726 - 0211 U Nut 5 / 16 - 18 35 . 736 - 0171 Lock Washer 7 / 16 14 . 749 - 1101 Handle Brace 36 . 712 - 0240 Jam Nut 7 / 16 - 20 Gr . 2 15 . 736 - 0921 Lock Washer 1 / 2 37 . 710 - 0176 Hex Bolt 5 / 16 - 18 x 2.75 ” Lg . 16 . 710 - 3194 Hex Bolt 1 / 2 - 20 38 . 712 - 0429 Hex Nut 5 / 16 - 18 Thd . 17 . 786 - 0005 Depth Bar 39 . 711 - 0415 Clevis Pin 18 . 714 - 0149B Cotter Pin 40 . 714 - 0149B Cotter Pin 19 . 712 - 3004A Hex Flange L - Nut 5 / 16 - 18 41 . 686 - 0081A Wheel Hanger Brkt . Assembly 20 . 786 - 0003 Tail Piece Bracket ( L.H . ) 42 . 734 - 1566 Wheel Ass’y 8 ” x 1.75 ” 21 . 786 - 0004 Tail Piece Bracket ( R.H . ) 43 . 738 - 0929 Shoulder Screw . 496 x 1.445 22 . 711 - 0415 Clevis Pin 44 . 750 - 0890 Spacer 13
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Model RB - 500 41 42 13 39 28 12 29 38 40 37 30 32 36 34 31 22 33 35 23 14 15 9 10 8 27 6 26 11 7 4 24 25 5 1 19 16 2 19 3 20 21 17 18 14
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Model RB - 500 Ref . Ref . Part No . Part Description Part No . Part Description No . No . 1 . 712 - 0392 Hex L - Stop Nut 1 / 4 - 28 642 - 0002 Inner Tine Assembly R.H . 2 . 736 - 3020 Flat Wash . . 266 ” I.D . x . 625 ” O.D . 22 . 746 - 0918 Forward Clutch Cable 3 . 710 - 0599 Hex Washer Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x . 5 ” 23 . 786 - 0053 Tine Shield Bracket 4 . 711 - 0920 Belt Cover Bolt 24 . 736 - 0171 L - Wash . 7 / 16 ” I.D . 5 . 712 - 3004A Hex Flange Top L - Nut 5 / 16 - 18 25 . 712 - 0240 Hex Nut 7 / 16 - 20 Thd . 6 . 710 - 0723 Hex Hd . Scr . 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.25 ” 26 . 710 - 0502A Hex Washer Screw 3 / 8 - 16 x 1.25 ” 7 . 756 - 0313 Fl - Idler 2.12 ” O.D . 27 . 786 - 0145A Engine Plate 8 . 786 - 0149 Idler Belt Keeper 28 . 786 - 0039B Bracket Cover 9 . 786 - 0144 Idler Bracket 29 . 736 - 0119 Lock Washer 5 / 16 10 . 712 - 0266 Hex Cent . Jam Nut 3 / 8 - 16 Thd . 30 . 710 - 0107 Hex Bolt 5 / 16 - 24 x . 5 ” 11 . 786 - 0057 Belt Cover 31 . 756 - 0971 Inner Engine Pulley Half 12 . 710 - 0599 Hex Washer Screw 1 / 4 - 20 x . 5 ” 32 . 756 - 0972 Outer Engine Pulley Half 33 . 736 - 0258 Flat Washer . 385 ID x 1.0 OD 13 . 786 - 0043A Tine Shield 14 . 710 - 3008 Hex Hd . Cap Scr . 5 / 16 - 18 x . 75 ” 34 . 736 - 0169 Lock Washer 3 / 8 15 . 712 - 3004A Hex Flange Top L - Nut 5 / 16 - 18 35 . 710 - 0191 Hex Bolt 3 / 8 - 24 x 1.25 ” 16 . 686 - 0091 Chain Case Assembly Complete 36 . 736 - 0112 Bell - Wash . . 525 ” I.D . x 1.5 ” O.D . 17 . 686 - 0106 Tine Disc End Caps 37 . 712 - 3029 Hex Jam Nut 1 / 2 - 20 Thd . ( Gr . 5 ) 18 . 714 - 0149B Internal Cotter Pin 38 . 736 - 0312 Retainer Washer Bearing 19 . 711 - 0415 Clevis Pin 39 . 756 - 0585 Fl - Pulley 6 ” Dia . 20 . 642 - 0023 Outer Tine Assembly L.H . 40 . 754 - 0428 V - Belt ( Forward ) 642 - 0024 Outer Tine Assembly R.H . 41 . 750 - 0892 Spacer . 64 ” Dia . x 2.4 ” 21 . 642 - 0003 Inner Tine Assembly L.H . 42 . 748 - 0350 Pulley Mounting Adapter 15
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MANUFACTURER’S LIMITED WARRANTY FOR : c . Log splitter pumps , valves and cylinders have a sepa - The limited warranty set forth below is given by White Out - rate one year warranty . door Products Co . with respect to new merchandise pur - d . White Outdoor Co . does not extend any warranty for chased and used in the United States , its possessions and products sold or exported outside of the United States territories . of America , its possessions and territories , except those sold through White Outdoor Co . authorized White Outdoor Products Co . warrants this product against channels of export distribution . defects in material and workmanship for a period of two ( 2 ) years commencing on the date of original purchase and No implied warranty , including any implied warranty of will , at its option , repair or replace , free of charge , any part merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose , found to be defective in material or workmanship . This lim - applies after the applicable period of express written ited warranty shall only apply if this product has been oper - warranty above as to the parts as identified . No other ated and maintained in accordance with the Operator’s express warranty or guaranty , whether written or oral , Manual furnished with the product , and has not been sub - except as mentioned above , given by any person or ject to misuse , abuse , commercial use , neglect , accident , entity , including a dealer or retailer , with respect to any improper maintenance , alteration , vandalism , theft , fire , product shall bind White Outdoor Co . During the water or damage because of other peril or natural disaster . period of the Warranty , the exclusive remedy is repair Damage resulting from the installation or use of any acces - or replacement of the product as set forth above . sory or attachment not approved by White Outdoor Prod - ( Some states do not allow limitations on how long an ucts Co . for use with the product ( s ) covered by this manual implied warranty lasts , so the above limitation may not will void your warranty as to any resulting damages . apply to you . ) Normal wear parts or components thereof are subject to The provisions as set forth in this Warranty provide the separate terms as follows : All normal wear part or compo - sole and exclusive remedy arising from the sales . nent failures will be covered on the product for a period of White Outdoor Co . shall not be liable for incidental or 90 days regardless of cause . After 90 days , but within the consequential loss or damages including , without limi - two year period , normal wear part failures will be covered tation , expenses incurred for substitute or replace - ONLY IF caused by defects in material or workmanship of ment lawn care services , for transportation or for OTHER component parts . Normal wear parts and compo - related expenses , or for rental expenses to temporarily nents include , but are not limited to , belts , blades , blade replace a warranted product . ( Some states do not allow adapters , grass bags , rider deck wheels , seats , snow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential thrower skid shoes , shave plates and tires . Batteries are damages , so the above exclusion or limitation may not covered by a 90 - day limited replacement warranty . apply to you . ) HOW TO OBTAIN SERVICE : Warranty service is available , In no event shall recovery of any kind be greater than the WITH PROOF OF PURCHASE THROUGH YOUR LOCAL amount of the purchase price of the product sold . Alteration WHITE OUTDOOR DEALER . To locate the dealer in your of the safety features of the product shall void this War - area , please check for a listing in the Yellow Pages or con - ranty . You assume the risk and liability for loss , damage , or tact the Customer Dealer Referral Line of White Outdoor injury to you and your property and / or to others and their Co . by calling 1 - 330 - 225 - 8883 or writing to P.O . Box property arising out of the use or misuse or inability to use 361131 , Cleveland , Ohio 44136 - 0019 . the product . This limited warranty does not provide coverage in the following cases : This limited warranty shall not extend to anyone other than a . The engine or component parts thereof . These items the original purchaser , original lessee or the person for carry a separate manufacturer’s warranty . Please refer whom it was purchased as a gift . to the applicable manufacturer’s warranty on these items . How State Law Relates to this Warranty : This limited b . Routine maintenance items such as lubricants , filters , warranty gives you specific legal rights , and you may also blade sharpening and tune - ups , or adjustments such have other rights which vary from state to state . as brake adjustments , clutch adjustments or deck adjustments ; and normal deterioration of the exterior finish due to use or exposure .
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