Komponenten / Ersatzteile
Position
Artikel-Nr.
Beschreibung
1
340168801019
Motor
3
340168801012
air-filter-cover
9
340168801027
screw
18
340168801035
Shaft
21
340168801036
spring
23
340168801037
spool cover
24
340168801038
screw set
29
340168801042
blade
30
340168801043
screw
32
340168801045
connection piece for safety tr für Sicherheitsschalter
34
340168801008
protect switch
36
340168801048
throttle cable
38
340168801007
swich
44
340168801056
CAP ASSY, FUEL TANK
901
340168801009
choke
902
340168801011
tank
903
340168801013
handle
904
340168801014
cover, muffler
906
340168801001
wire head
907
340168801016
nut and bolt (Aussensechskant)
908
340168801002
cutting line + spool head
0
340168801010
starter housing Seilzug
0
340381101017
spark
0
340381101016
spark coil
0
340168801018
carburettor
0
340169101001
air filter BMT24 / MT 24
0
340168801059
handwheel for spool
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Operating Instructions for
Petrol Grass Trimmer
34.016.87
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I.-No.: 01014
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General Safety Rules
Symbols marked on the product
Read the user manual before using the
machine
Wear safety goggles to protect your eyes
Wear ear protection to protect against
noise
Wear dust mask to protect against dust
Wear gloves to protect your hands
Wear safety boots to protect against
electric shock
WARNING! When using petrol tools, basic safety
precautions, including the following, should always
be followed to reduce the risk of serious personal
injury and/or damage to the unit.
Read all these instructions before operating this
product and retain them for future reference.
This power unit can be dangerous! Operator is
responsible for following unit manual instructions and
warnings. Read entire operator’s manual before
using unit! Be thoroughly familiar with the controls
and the proper use of the unit. Restrict the use of this
unit to persons who read, understand, and follow
unit, manual instructions and warnings. Never allow
children to operate this unit.
DANGER: Never use blades, wire or flailing
devices. Unit is designed for line trimmer use only.
Use of any other accessories or attachments will
increase the risk of injury.
WARNING: Keep children, bystanders, and
animals 50 feet (15 meters) away. If approached
stop unit immediately.
1. Wear close fitting, tough work clothing that
will provide protection, such as long slacks or
trousers, safety work shoes, heavy duty work
gloves, hard hat, a safety face shield, or safety
glasses for eye protection and a good grade of
ear plugs or other sound barriers for hearing
protection.
2. Store in a safe place. Open fuel cap slowly to
release any pressure which may have formed in
fuel tank. To prevent a fire hazard, move at
least 10 feet (3 meters) from fueling area before
starting.
3. Turn unit off before setting it down.
4. Always hold unit firmly with both hands, the
thumb and fingers encircling the handles.
5. Keep all screws and fasteners tight. Never
operate your equipment when it is improperly
adjusted or not completely and securely
assembled.
6. Keep handles dry, clean and free of fuel
mixture.
7. Keep stringhead as close to ground as
practical. Avoid hitting small objects with
stringhead. When cutting on a slope, stand
below stringhead. NEVER cut or trim on a hill or
slope, etc. if there is the slightest chance of
slipping, sliding or losing firm footing.
8. Check area you will be trimming for debris
that may be struck or thrown during operation.
9. Keep all parts of your body and clothing
away from stringhead when starting or running
engine. Before starting engine, make sure
stringhead will not come in contact with any
obstacle.
10. Stop engine before examining cutting line.
11. Store equipment away from possible
flammable materials, such as gas-powered
water heaters, clothes dryers, or oil-fired
furnaces, portable heaters, etc.
12. Always keep the debris shield, stringhead, and
engine free of debris build-up.
13. Operation of equipment should always be
restricted to mature and properly instructed
individuals.
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WHAT NOT TO DO
1. DO NOT USE ANY OTHER FUEL than that
recommended in your manual. Always follow
instructions in the Fuel and Lubrication section of
this manual. Never use gasoline unless it is
properly mixed with 2 stroke oil. Permanent
damage to engine will result, voiding
manufacturer’s warranty.
2. DO NOT SMOKE while refueling or operating
equipment.
3. DO NOT OPERATE UNIT WITHOUT A
MUFFLER and properly installed muffler shield.
4. DO NOT TOUCH or let your hands or body come
in contact with the muffler. Hold unit with thumbs
and fingers encircling the handles.
5. D O N O T O P E R A T E U N I T I N A W K W A R D
POSITIONS, off balance, outstretched arms, or
one-handed. Always use two hands when
operating unit with thumbs and fingers encircling
the handles.
6. DO NOT RAISE STRINGHEAD above ground
level while unit is operating. Injury to operator
could result.
7. DO NOT USE UNIT FOR ANY PURPOSES
OTHER than trimming lawn or garden areas.
8. DO NOT OPERATE UNIT FOR PROLONGED
PERIODS. Rest periodically.
9. DO NOT OPERATE UNIT WHILE UNDER THE
INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR DRUGS.
10. DO NOT OPERATE UNIT UNLESS DEBRIS
SHIELD AND/OR GUARD IS INSTALLED AND
IN GOOD CONDITION.
11. DO NOT ADD, REMOVE OR ALTER ANY
COMPONENTS OF THIS PRODUCT. Doing so
could cause personal injury and/or damage the
unit voiding the manufacturer’s warranty.
12. DO NOT operate your unit near or around
flammable liquids or gases whether in or out of
doors. An explosion and/or fire may result.
General identification
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8.
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15.
16.
STRINGHEAD
CUTTER LINE
DEBRIS SHIELD*
DRIVE SHAFT ASSEMBLY
HANDLE
THROTTLE TRIGGER
IGNITION OFF SWITCH
SAFETY TRIGGER
CHOKE LEVER KNOB
STARTER ROPE HOUSING
FUEL TANK
AIR FILTER COVER
STARTER HANDLE
MUFFLER SHIELD
PRIMER BULB
DEBRIS SHIELD NUT & BOLT & WASHER*
*Supplied in User Kit
NOTE: DO NOT use blades on these models.
SAFETY FEATURES
3 DEBRIS SHIELD must be installed to prevent
debris from being thrown at the operator and
prevent the string from extending longer than
necessary.
14 MUFFLER SHIELD helps prevent hands, body
and/or combustible materials from making
contact with a hot muffler.
Specifications
Engine Type
Air-cooled, 2-stroke, Chrome Cylinder
Displacement
24 cm3
Power:
0,8 kW
Dry Weight
4,8 kg
Fuel Capacity
500 ml
Drive Shaft Length
112 cm
Cutting Width
Handle
Ignition
Drive
Nylon cutting line ø
8
38 cm
Adjustable
Electronic
Centrifugal Clutch
2,0 mm
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Assembly instructions
RECOMMENDED FUELS
•
Handle Assembly
NOTE: The Handle is attached to the shaft but has
beened turned under for ease of packing.
1. Loosen adjustment knob and rotate handle to top
of shaft. Position handle 160mm - 220mm from
throttle (Fig. 1b).
2. Tighten adjustment knob securely.
Some conventional gasolines are being blended with
oxygenates such as alcohol or an ether compound to
meet clean air standards. Your engine is designed to
operate satisfactorily on any gasoline intended for
automotive use including oxygenated gasolines.
•
DEBRIS SHIELD (Fig. 2A - 2B)
Warning: The debris shield must be installed to
properly dispense cutter line and protect operator.
Shield fits snug on shaft. Some force may be
required.
1. Seat shield (B) onto shaft bracket (C).
2. Insert washers (D) onto bolt.
3. Insert bolt (E) and nut (F), tighten securely.
Fuel and lubrication
• Fuel
Use regular grade unleaded gasoline mixed with 2stroke engine oil for best results. Use mixing ratios in
Section FUEL MIXING TABLE.
Warning: Never use straight gasoline in your
unit. This will cause permanent engine damage and
void the manufacturer’s warranty for that product.
Never use a fuel mixture that has been stored for
over 90 days.
Warning: Do not use any 2-stroke oil product
with a recommended mixing ratio of 100:1. If
insufficient lubrication is the cause of engine
damage, it voids the manufacturer’s engine warranty.
• MIXING FUEL
Mix fuel 2-stroke oil in an approved container. Use
mixing table for correct ratio of fuel to oil. Shake
container to ensure through mix.
Warning: Lack of lubrication voids engine
warranty. Gasoline and oil must be mixed at 40:1.
•
Fuel Mixing Table
Gasoline
5 Liters
Mixing Procedure
OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
• STARTING A COLD ENGINE
NOTE: To minimize load on engine during starting
and warm-up, trim excess cutter line to 5" (13cm)
(Fig. 5A).
1. Move ignition switch to the “RUN (I)” position (Fig.
5B).
2. Your unit is designed with a 3 position choke:
CHOKE “ ”, PARTIAL “ ”, and RUN “ ”. Move
choke lever to CHOKE “ ” position (Fig. 5C).
3. Prime the carburetor. Pump the primer bulb (A)
10 times (Fig. 5D).
4. Grip handle firmly – depress safety trigger (B) &
throttle trigger (C) to the FULL THROTTLE
position (Fig. 5E).
5. Pull starter rope out a short way until resistance
is felt (approximately 100mm) (Fig. 5F). A
smooth rapid pull is required for a strong spark.
Pull starter rope briskly 4 times.
6. Move choke lever to PARTIAL “ ” position (Fig.
5G).
7. Pull starter rope again 4 times while trigger is in
the full throttle position (Fig. 5F)
8. Once engine starts, leave in the PARTIAL “ ”
position for 10 seconds.
9. Move the choke to RUN “ ” position (Fig. 5H).
10. If engine fails to start, repeat steps 1 through 7.
NOTE: If engine fails to start after repeated attempts,
refer to Troubleshooting section.
NOTE: Always pull starter rope straight out. Pulling
starter at an angle will cause rope to rub against the
eyelet. This friction will cause the rope to fray and
wear more quickly. Always hold starter handle when
rope retracts. Never allow rope to snap back from
extended position. This could cause rope to snag or
fray and also damage the starter assembly.
Lubricant
125 ml (cc)
40 Parts Gasoline to
1 part Lubricant
1 ml = 1 cc
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•
WARM ENGINE START
•
STRINGHEAD LINE RELEASE
1. Place trimmer on firm flat surface.
2. Move ignition switch to the “RUN (I)” position (Fig.
6).
3. Grip handle firmly, squeeze throttle trigger to
FULL position.
4. Pull starter rope briskly until engine starts, but no
more than 6 times.
5. If engine does not start, please operate
“STARTING A COLD ENGINE” again.
WARNING: DO NOT use steel wire or plastic-
• TO STOP ENGINE
Release throttle trigger. Let engine return to idle.
Push and hold ignition stop switch until engine stops
(Fig. 6).
prevent overheating the drive shaft. Weed wrap
occurs when strands of weed become entangled
around the shaft beneath the debris shield (Fig. 7B).
This condition prevents the shaft from being properly
cooled. Remove weed wrap with screwdriver or
similar device.
Trimming Instructions
• ADDITIONAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Before operating your unit, review ALL SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS in this manual.
WARNING / CAUTION
• IF UNFAMILIAR WITH TRIMMING techniques,
practice the procedures with ENGINE in “OFF”
position.
• ALWAYS CLEAR WORK area of debris such as
cans, bottles, rocks, etc. Striking objects can cause
serious injury to operator or bystanders and also
damage equipment. If an object is accidentally hit,
immediately TURN ENGINE OFF and examine
equipment. Never operate unit with damaged or
defective equipment.
• ALWAYS TRIM OR CUT AT HIGH ENGINE
SPEEDS. Do not run engine slowly at start or
during trimming operations.
• DO NOT use equipment for purposes other than
trimming or mowing weeds.
• NEVER raise stringhead above knee height during
operation.
• DO NOT operate unit with other people or animals
in the immediate vicinity. Allow a minimum of 50
feet (15 meters) between operator and other
people and animals when trimming or mowing.
Allow a distance of 100 feet (30 meters) between
operator and other people and animals when
SCALPING with stringhead cutter.
• IF OPERATING UNIT ON A SLOPE, stand below
the cutting attachment. DO NOT OPERATE on a
slope or hilly incline if there is the slightest chance
of slipping or losing your footing.
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coated steel wire of any kind with your stringhead.
Serious operator injury can result.
To release fresh line, run engine at full throttle and
“bump” stringhead against lawn. Line will
automatically release. The knife in debris shield will
trim excess line (Fig. 7A).
CAUTION: Periodically remove weed wrap to
• TRIMMING PROCEDURES
When properly equipped with a debris shield and
stringhead, your unit will trim unsightly weeds and tall
grass in those hard-to-reach areas - along fences,
walls, foundations and around trees. It can also be
used for scalping to remove vegetation down to the
ground for easier preparation of a garden or to clean
out a particular area.
NOTE: Even with care, trimming around foundations,
brick or stone walls, curves, etc., will result in above
normal wear to the line.
TRIMMING / MOWING
Swing trimmer with a sickle-like motion from side to
side. Do not tilt the stringhead during the procedure.
Test area to be trimmed for proper cutting height.
Keep stringhead at same level for even depth of cut
(Fig. 8A).
CLOSER TRIMMING
Position trimmer straight ahead with a slight tilt so
bottom of stringhead is above ground level and line
contact occurs at proper cutting point. Always cut
away from operator. Do not pull trimmer in toward
operator.
FENCE / FOUNDATION TRIMMING
Approach trimming around chain link fences, picket
fences, rock walls and foundations slowly to cut
close without whipping string against the barrier. If
the line comes in contact with rock, brick walls, or
foundations, it will break or fray. If string snags
fencing, it will snap off.
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TRIMMING AROUND TREES
Trim around tree trunks with a slow approach so
string does not contact bark. Walk around the tree
trimming from left to right. Approach grass or weeds
with the tip of the line and tilt stringhead slightly
forward.
WARNING: Use extreme caution when
SCALPING. Keep a distance of 100 feet (30 meters)
between operator, other people and animals during
these operations.
SCALPING
Scalping refers to removal of all vegetation down to
the ground. To do this, tilt the stringhead to about a
30 degree angle to the left. By adjusting the handle
you will have better control during this operation. Do
not attempt this procedure if there is any chance
flying debris could injure operator, other people or
cause damage to property. (Fig. 8B)
• REPLACING CUTTER LINE
1. Turn knob (A) COUNTERCLOCKWISE and
remove (Fig. 9A). User knob spanner supplied.
2. Remove spool (B) and spring (C) from spindle (D).
3. Remove any remaining cutter line (H).
4. Double a 14' (4.3m) length of .080" (2mm) cutter
line. Place the looped center in one of the slots of
the spool divider (Fig. 9B).
5. Wind cutter line clockwise as shown in illustration
(Fig. 9C), keeping tension, with each half
separated by the spool divider. Wind to within 6"
(15cm) of the ends.
Fig 9A
A.
B.
C.
D.
E.
F.
G.
H.
6.
KNOB
SPOOL
SPRING
SPINDLE
HOUSING
SLOTS
EYELETS
CUTTER LINE
Lock each end of line (H) into a slot (F) on
opposite sides of the spool (Fig. 9D).
7. Install the spring (C) over the spindle (D). Insert
each end of the line through an eyelet (G) in the
housing (E) (Fig. 9E).
8. Lower the spool into the housing (E) while
feeding the line through the eyelets (G). Ensure
the spring seats itself into the spool (Fig. 9E).
9. Once the spool is in place, apply pressure on the
spool compressing the spring. Pull each end of
the line (H) sharply to unlock the line from the
slots (Fig. 9F).
10. Continue to apply pressure to the spool until the
knob can be threaded CLOCKWISE onto the
spindle. Tighten the knob securely by hand only
(Fig. 9G).
11. Trim the excess line to approximately 5" (13cm).
This will minimize load on engine during starting
and warm-up (Fig. 5A).
•
AIR FILTER
Caution: Remove fuel from unit and store in
approved container before starting this procedure.
Open fuel cap slowly to release any pressure which
may have formed in fuel tank.
To Clean Air Filter: (fig 11a - 11c)
1. Remove 3 screws (A) holding air filter cover in
place, pull out choke lever knob (B) remove
cover (C) and lift filter (D) from air box.
2. Wash filter in soap and water. DO NOT USE
GASOLINE!
3. Air dry filter.
4. Reinstall filter.
NOTE: Replace filter if frayed, torn, damaged or
unable to be cleaned.
•
FUEL CAP / FUEL FILTER
Caution: Remove fuel from unit and store in
approved container before starting this procedure.
Open fuel cap slowly to release any pressure which
may have formed in fuel tank.
NOTE: Keep vent (A) on fuel cap clean of debris
(Fig.12A).
1. Lift fuel line and filter (B) out of tank. A steel wire
(C) with a hook or a paper clip works well (Fig.
12B).
2. Pull off with a twisting motion (Fig. 12C).
3. Replace fuel filter (D).
NOTE: Never operate the trimmer without the fuel
filter. Internal engine damage could result!
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• CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT
The carburetor was pre-set at the factory for
optimum performance. If further adjustments are
necessary, please take your unit to the nearest
Authorized Service Center.
• SPARK PLUG
1. Spark plug gap = .025" (.635mm) (Fig. 13).
2. Torque to 105 to 130 inch pounds (12 to 15 N•m).
Connect spark plug boot.
• DEBRIS SHIELD KNIFE SHARPENING
1. Remove cutter knife (E) from debris shield (F)
(Fig. 14).
2. Place knife in a bench vise. Sharpen knife using a
flat file, being careful to maintain the angle of
cutting edge. File in one direction only.
•
STORING A UNIT
Warning: Failure to follow these steps may
cause varnish to form in the carburetor and difficult
starting or permanent damage following storage.
1. Perform all the general maintenance
recommended in the Maintenance Section of your
User Manual.
2. Clean exterior of engine, drive shaft assembly,
debris shield and stringhead.
3. Drain fuel from the fuel tank.
4. After fuel is drained, start engine.
5. Run engine at idle until unit stops. This will purge
the carburetor of fuel.
6. Allow engine to cool (approx. 5 minutes).
7. Using a spark plug wrench, remove the spark
plug.
8. Pour 1 teaspoon of clean 2-stroke oil into the
combustion chamber. Pull starter rope slowly
several times to coat internal components.
Replace spark plug.
9. Store unit in a cool, dry place away from any
source of ignition such as an oil burner, water
heater, etc.
• REMOVING A UNIT FROM STORAGE
1. Remove spark plug.
2. Pull starter rope briskly to clear excess oil from
combustion chamber.
3. Clean and gap spark plug or install a new spark
plug with proper gap.
4. Prepare unit for operation.
5. Fill fuel tank with proper fuel / oil mixture. See Fuel
and Lubrication Section.
Trouble shooting the engine
PROBLEM
Unit won’t start or starts but will
not run.
PROBABLE CAUSE
Incorrect starting procedures.
Incorrect carburetor mixture
adjustment setting.
Fouled spark plug
Fuel filter plugged.
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Follow instructions in the User
Manual.
Have carburetor adjusted by an
Authorized Service Center.
Clean / gap or replace plug.
Replace fuel filter.
Unit starts, but engine has low
power.
Incorrect lever position on
choke.
Dirty air filter.
Incorrect carburetor mixture
adjustment setting.
Move to RUN position.
Remove, clean and reinstall filter.
Have carburetor adjusted by an
Authorized Service Center.
Engine hesitates.
Incorrect carburetor mixture
adjustment setting.
Have carburetor adjusted by an
Authorized Service Center.
No power under load.
Incorrectly gapped spark plug.
Clean / gap or replace plug.
Incorrect carburetor mixture
adjustment setting.
Incorrect fuel mixture.
Have carburetor adjusted by an
Authorized Service Center.
Use properly mixed fuel (40:1
mixture).
Runs erratically.
Smokes excessively.
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und Normen für Artikel
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and standards marked below for the article
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Petrol Grass Trimmer SGT 24
x 98/37/EG
73/23/EWG_93/68/EEC
97/23/EG
x 89/336/EWG_93/68/EEC
90/396/EWG
87/404/EWG
R&TTED 1999/5/EG
x 2000/14/EG:
LWM = 97 dB; LWA = 99 dB
P = 0,8 kW; Ø = 38 cm
95/54/EG:
97/68/EG:
89/686/EWG
EN ISO 14982: 1998; EN ISO 11806: 1997; KBV V
Landau/Isar, den 09.11.2004
Brunhölzl
Leiter Produkt-Management
Art.-Nr.: 34.016.87
I.-Nr.: 01014
Subject to change without notice
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Garantie, für den Fall, dass unser Produkt mangelhaft sein sollte.
Die 2-Jahres-Frist beginnt mit dem Gefahrenübergang oder der
Übernahme des Gerätes durch den Kunden. Voraussetzung für
die Geltendmachung der Garantie ist eine ordnungsgemäße
Wartung entsprechend der Bedienungsanleitung sowie die bestimmungsgemäße Benutzung unseres Gerätes.
Selbstverständlich bleiben Ihnen die gesetzlichen Gewährleistungsrechte innerhalb dieser 2 Jahre erhalten. Die Garantie gilt für den Bereich der Bundesrepublik Deutschland oder der
jeweiligen Länder des regionalen Hauptvertriebspartners als Ergänzung der lokal gültigen gesetzlichen Vorschriften. Bitte beachten Sie Ihren Ansprechpartner des regional zuständigen Kundendienstes oder die unten aufgeführte Serviceadresse.
Sovereign Customer
HelplineService
0044
(0) 151 649 1500
ISC GmbH · International
Center
Eschenstraße 6 · D-94405 Landau/Isar (Germany)
Info-Tel. 0180-5 120 509 • Telefax 0180-5 835 830
Contact for Warranty
repairs:
HSS plc Tel: 0845 728 2828
Service- und Infoserver:
http://www.isc-gmbh.info
WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
The product described in these instructions comes with a 2 year warranty
covering defects. This 2-year warranty period begins with the passing of risk or
when the customer receives the product. Please retain receipt as proof of
purchase.
For warranty claims to be accepted, the product has to receive the correct
maintenance and be put to the proper use as described in the operating
instructions.
Your statutory rights of warranty are naturally unaffected during these 2
years.
This warranty applies in Germany, or in the respective country of the
manufacturer’s main regional sales partner, as a supplement to local
regulations. Please note the details for contacting the customer service center
responsible for your region or the service address listed below.
The reprinting or reproduction by any other means, in whole or in
part, of documentation and papers accompanying products is
permitted only with the express consent of ISC GmbH.
Technical specifications subject to change
EH 11/2004