Snapper LT-200 Parking Brake Function, Cruise Control Operation, Hourmeter, Volt Power Outlet

Models: LT-200

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Parking Brake Function

Features & Controls

Parking Brake Function

Applying the Parking Brake - See Figure 2. To lock the parking brake, release the ground speed pedals (A), fully depress the brake pedal (B), pull UP on the parking brake knob (C), and then release brake pedal.

Releasing the Parking Brake - See Figure 2. To release the parking brake, depress the brake pedal (B).

Cruise Control Operation


1.Pull up on the cruise control knob (D, Figure 2).

2.Depress the forward ground speed pedal (A).

3.Lift up the Cruise control knob (D) when desired speed is reached. The Cruise will lock in one of its five locking positions.


1. Depress the brake pedal (B).


2. Depress the forward ground speed pedal (A).


(Select Models)

The hour meter (E, Figure 2) measures the number of hours the key has been in the RUN position.







Figure 2. Engaging the Parking Brake

A.Ground Speed Pedals

B.Brake Pedal

C.Parking Brake Knob

D.Cruise Control Knob


F.12V Power Adapter

12 Volt Power Outlet

(Select Models)

Cruise Control Operation CAUTION

Avoid Injury. Safe operation requires your full attention. Do not wear radio or music headphones while operating machine.

The 12-volt accessory plug is located in the left side pod (D, Figure 2). It can be used to power small electronic devices. The accessory must be rated at 9 amps or less.

Note: Operating a 12-volt accessory, especially with the engine at idle, may cause battery discharge. When not using the accessory plug it must be covered with the rubber plug to prevent moisture from causing a short circuit. Entrance of water into plug can cause a short circuit.


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Snapper LT-200 manual Parking Brake Function, Cruise Control Operation, Hourmeter, Volt Power Outlet, Features & Controls