Should the petrol lawn mower be protected from rain?
All STIGA lawn mowers are IPX4 certified, meaning that they are not damaged by rain. However, it is recommended to keep the lawn mower in a garage or store it indoors. Full information can be found in the instruction manual.
Is this petrol lawnmower already assembled in the box?
The petrol lawn mower is almost fully assembled when you open the box. The main parts have been put together and the remaining elements are easy to assemble. Follow the directions in the instruction manual to ensure the petrol lawnmower is assembled correctly.
How should this petrol lawn mower be cleaned after use?
We recommend cleaning the petrol lawn mower in the normal way after each use. Before washing the petrol mower, we suggest that any residual grass or top soil is removed using the special STIGA scraper, which can be purchased separately. Next, the inside of the chassis can be washed with water.
Follow the steps described in the user manual.
Which fuel and engine oil are recommended for this petrol mower?
You should use petrol as fuel. In terms of engine oil, we recommend using the specific STIGA oil, which can be purchased separately. This will guarantee the best engine performance and optimal lubrication.
What cutting deck height is recommended for the mulching function on this petrol mower?
The mulching system of this petrol lawnmower allows you to cut the grass into fine pieces, which remain on the lawn, restore nutrients and support growth.
To use this function, turn off the engine, remove the bag, insert the mulching plug provided and set the chassis height so that the grass will be cut to a length that does not exceed a third of the total grass height of the lawn.
How should the oil level be measured on this petrol lawn mower?
To correctly measure the oil level, you need to make sure the petrol lawnmower is on a flat surface, unscrew the cap which has a built-in dipstick for measuring, clean off any oil on the dipstick and reinsert it without screwing it in. Take the dipstick back out and check the level, which must lie between the MIN and MAX values. Top up, if required, and screw the cap back on. Full details can be found in the engine manual.