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Maintenance and replacement of the blade


This article contains the following sections

For RX models
For RC, TC, MC models
For RS, TS, MS models

 

 

 

For RX models

  • Periodically examine the cutting blade for any damage.
    • Use only a sharp blade. Replace a damaged blade.
    • Replace the blade once a year between seasons.

IMPORTANT! Sharpening is not allowed, since it may create unbalance.

  1. Power Robomow off by pressing the GO button for 2 seconds.



  2. Remove the Disabling Device.



  3. Put on heavy-duty gloves, and place RoboTool over the blade so that it covers the whole blade.



  4. Use the provided Allen tool (comes with a replacing blade) to unscrew the screws while holding the blade with the RoboTool.
  5. Replace the blade with a new one (Part No. MRK9100A).
  6. Make sure to close both screws tightly.

 

 

For RC, TC, MC models

• Examine the cutting blade for any damage periodically.
• Use only a sharp blade. Replace a damaged blade.
• Replace the blade once a year between seasons.

CAUTION!ALWAYS TURN THE SAFETY SWITCH OFF BEFORE SERVICING BLADE!

 

 

IMPORTANT!

After switching Robomow on, always reset the current day and time. Failure to do so may result in non-intentional operating times of your Robomow.

 

 

IMPORTANT!

Sharpening is not allowed, since it may create unbalance.

To remove the blade:
- Insert the clamp side of the Blade Removal Tool into the
open slits beside the locking tabs on either side of the blade.
- Turn the Blade Removal Tool slightly so that the clamp
resides on top of the locking tabs on either side.
- Squeeze the handle of the Blade Removal Tool. The locking
tabs on each side of the blade will be pressed.

 

 

 

- Pull the blade assembly off, away from the mower

 

- When reinstalling the blade, line up the mating splines and push until a firm click is heard, indicating a proper seating of the blade onto the shaft.

 

 

 

 

 

For RS, TS, MS models

  • Examine the cutting blades for any damage once a month.
  • Use only sharp blades. Replace damaged blades.
  • Replace/swap blades according to the table below, or more often if they are severely dulled.

To remove the blades:
Insert the clamp side of the Blade Removal Tool into the open slits beside the locking tabs on either side of the blade.

 

  • Turn the Blade Removal Tool slightly so that the clamp resides on top of the locking tabs on either side.
  • Squeeze the handle of the Blade Removal Tool. The locking tabs on each side of the blade will be pressed Pull blade assembly off, away from mower.

 

When reinstalling the blade, line up the mating splines and push until a firm click is heard, indicating a proper seating of the blade onto the shaft.

CAUTION!

ALWAYS TURN THE SAFETY SWITCH OFF BEFORE SERVICING BLADES

IMPORTANT!
IT is recommended to replace both blades together for best performance, and not a single blade. Sharpening is not allowed, since it may create unbalance.