Maintaining Your Webb

Before Every Use

Make sure your oil level is correct.

Do a visible check around your mower for any grass or debris and remove it. Also make sure any guards or controls are fitted and working correctly.

Check the condition of your cutter blade.

 

After Every Use

Clean the machine to remove any grass or debris from the machine. The correct way to tip the machine for cleaning is backwards onto its handles, by doing this you avoid putting any oil into either the exhaust or carburettor.

If you are going to be working in the blade area you must remove the spark plug lead from the spark plug, by doing this you will avoid starting an easy to start warm engine and serious injury.

 

After 5 Hours Use

You should change the engine oil once you reach the first five hours of use.

This is also a good time to check all operating levers and cables.

 

After 25 Hours Use Or Annually (Whichever Is Soonest)

Drain & replace the engine oil.

Remove the air cleaner element and pre-filter (if fitted), clean and replace. If the filter is wet or oily it must be replaced.

Lubricate wheels, linkages, control cables and any other moving parts.

Sharpen and balance the cutter blade.

Remove, inspect and clean the Spark Plug.

 

After 50 Hours Use Or Annually (Whichever Is Soonest)

Drain and replace the engine oil.

Replace the air cleaner element and pre-filter (if fitted).

Lubricate wheels, linkages, control cables and any other moving parts.

Sharpen and balance the cutter blade.

Replace the Spark Plug.

 

After 100 Hours Or Every 2nd Season (Whichever Is Soonest)

Drain and replace the engine oil.

Drain fuel system, remove and clean carburettor and replace

Replace the air cleaner element and pre-filter (if fitted).

Lubricate wheels, linkages, control cables and any other moving parts.

Replace the cutter blade.

Replace the Spark Plug.

 

Keep Your Engine Clean

Remove all grass and debris from the engine, the top cowl and the surrounding areas of the cutter deck.

Never spray the engine with water during cleaning, water can contaminate the fuel.

Always clean with either a brush or compressed air.

 

Check Your Grass Collector

Remove any remnants of grass from the collector immediately after use, failure to do this will lead to premature failure.

Never use your lawnmower with a damaged collector.