Fill the tank with fresh fuel.
On the start up thing: Look at the CHOKE PULLOFF. It's job is to open the choke enough to run. The diaphram inside fails often, from heat.
On the after warmed up thing: If this is a Quadrajet, when warm, just before you were to start it; without touching any throttle; open hood, pull air cleaner; look and smell all around for fuel. May 07, Toro stx26 won’t start. Discussion in 'Large Equipment' started by Bearhunter75, May 6, Bearhunter75 New Member. Joined: May 6, Messages: 2 Likes Received: 0 Location: Waynesville nc. My stump grinder started giving me problems where sometimes I had to jump start it.
It has a new battery. Now it has totally quit trying to start. It. The engine does not start. The safety bail is in the Off position. If your model is equipped with an engine with an On/Off switch, the switch is in the Off position. The fuel-shutoff valve is closed. The choke is open. The fuel tank is empty. The spark plug wire is loose or Cutting Depth: 30 cm (12 inches). Start the traction unit and start the grinder.
Vermeer are coming out first thing tomorrow.
Lower the grinder into the root. Move the grinder along the length of the root by moving the traction unit over the root. When finished, stop the grinder by moving the auxiliary hydraulics lever to the NEUTRAL position. Shut off the engine and remove the shrubpruning.bar: 79 cm (31 inches).
Start the engine, raise the grinder, set the throttle lever to the FAST position, and move the machine to the stump to be ground.
Check that the operator's presence controls, safety switches, and shields are attached and functioning properly.
Use the grinder control lever and the traction control to position the grinder to the side of the front of the stump, about 2 cm (1 inch) below the surface (Figure 17). Start the grinder and wait for it to get up to full shrubpruning.bar: cm ( inches). Some dedicated stump grinders are over-complicated. Not the Toro STX. Its patented Toro Dingo TX-style control system has two simple levers that are simple to learn, master and use.
Combine these easy-to-use controls with tracks and transport speeds exceeding 4. Overview. Well balanced, easy-to-operate and simple to maintain, the SGR turns stumps into mulch without breaking a sweat.
With the exclusive cutting wheel with easily replaceable grinder teeth, the SGR offers the smoothest cutting experience of any walk-behind grinder on the market. Toro STX Stump Grinder is built for outstanding durability in the toughest conditions. Fully hydraulic operation means no chance of expensive belts breaking or slipping and no tension adjustments. The Intelli-Sweep feature automatically slows the sweep speed of the cutting head based on the load of the wheel, so heavy cutting loads won.