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BLOWER
BHX2500
INSTRUCTION MANUAL
Important:
Read this instruction manual carefully before putting the Blower into operation and
strictly observe the safety regulations! Preserve instruction manual carefully!
English
Thank you very much for selecting the MAKITA blower. We are pleased
to be able to offer you the MAKITA blower which is the result of a long
development programme and many years of knowledge and
experience.
The blower models BHX2500 combines the advantages of state-ofthe-art technology with ergonomic design. They are of light weight,
handy, compact and represent professional equipment for a great
variety of applications.
Please read, understand and follow this booklet which refers in detail
to the various points that will demonstrate its outstanding
performance. This will assist you to safety obtain the best possible
results from your MAKITA Blower.
Table of Contents
Page
Symbols .......................................................................................... 2
Safety instructions ....................................................................... 3-5
Specification ................................................................................... 6
Designation of parts ........................................................................ 7
Assembly instructions .................................................................... 8
Before start of operation ......................................................... 9-10
Operation ................................................................................ 11-12
Adjustment of idling ...................................................................... 12
Operation methed ......................................................................... 13
Inspection and maintenance ................................................... 14-16
Storage .......................................................................................... 16
Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 18
SYMBOLS
It is very important to understand the following symbols when reading this instructions manual.
WARNING/DANGER
Fuel (Gasoline)
Read, Understand and Follow
Instruction Manual
Engine-manual Start
Forbidden
Emergency Stop
No Smoking
First Aid
No Open Flame
Recycling
Protective Gloves must be Worn
ON/START
Keep the Area of Operation
Clear of All Persons and Pets
OFF/STOP
Wear Eye and Ear Protection
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
General Instructions
• To ensure correct and safe operation, the user must read,
understand and follow this instruction manual to assure familiarity
with the handling of the blower (1). Users insufficiently informed
will risk danger to themselves as well as others due to improper
handling.
• It is recommended only to loan the blower to people who have
proven to be experienced with blowers.
• Always hand over the instruction manual.
• First-time users should ask the dealer for basic instructions to
familiarize oneself with the handling of a blower.
• Children and young persons aged under 18 years must not be
allowed to operate the blower. Persons over the age of 16 years
may however use the tool for the purpose of being trained only
while under the direct supervision of a qualified trainer.
• Use blowers with the utmost care and attention.
• Operate the blower only if you are in good physical condition.
• Perform all work conscientiously and carefully. The user has to
accept responsibility for others.
• Never use the blower while under the influence of alcohol or drugs
(2).
• Do not use the unit when you are tired.
• Save these instructions for future referral.
(1)
(2)
Personal Protective Equipment
• The clothing worn should be functional and appropriate, I. e. It
should be tight-fitting but not cause a hinderance. Do not wear
jewelry, clothing or long hair which could be drawn into the air
intake.
• In order to avoid head-, eye-, hand- or foot injuries as well as to
protect your hearing the following protective equipment and
protective clothing must be used during operation of the blower.
Pay particular attention to the following regulations
• Clothing must be sturdy and snug-fitting, but allow complete
freedom of movement. Avoid loose-fitting jackets, flared or cuffed
pants, scarfs, unconfined long hair or anything that could be drawn
into the air intake. Wear overalls or long pants to protect your legs.
Do not wear shorts. (4)
• Blower noise may damage your hearing. Wear sound barriers (ear
plugs or ear mufflers) to protect your hearing. Continual and
regular users should have their hearing checked regularly. (3)
• Use of gloves when working with the blower is recommended.
Good footing is most important. Wear sturdy shoes with nonslip
soles. (4)
• Proper eye protection is a must. Even though the discharge is
directed away from the operator, ricochets and bouncebacks can
occur during blower operation. (3)
• Never operate a blower unless wearing goggles or properly fitted
safety glasses with adequate top and side protection which comply
with ANSI Z 87. 1 (or your applicable national standard).
(3)
(4)
Starting up the blower
• Please make sure that there are no children or other people within a
working range of 15 meters (5), also pay attention to any animals in
the working vicinity. Never use the blower in urban areas.
• Before operating, always check that the blower is safe for
operation:
Check the security of the throttle lever. The throttle lever should be
checked for smooth and easy action. Check for proper functioning
of the throttle lever lock. Check for clean and dry handles and test
the function of the l-O switch. Keep handles free of oil and fuel.
15meters
(5)
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Start the Blower only in accordance with the instructions.
Do not use any other methods for starting the engine (6) !
• Use the blower and the tools supplied only for applications
specified.
• Start the blower engine only after the entire tool has been
assembled. Operation of the tool is permitted only after all
the appropriate accessories are attached.
• The engine is to be switched off immediately if there are any engine
problems.
• When working with the blower, always wrap your fingers tightly
around the handle, keeping the control handle cradled between
your thumb and forefinger. Keep your hand in this position to have
your machine under control at all times. Make sure your control
handle (and grip for vacuum attachment) are in good condition and
free of moisture, pitch, oil or grease.
Always ensure a safe, well-balanced footing.
• Operate the blower in such a manner as to avoid inhalation of the
exhaust gases. Never run the engine in enclosed rooms (risk of
suffocation and gas poisoning). Carbon monoxide is an odorless
gas. Always ensure there is adequate ventilation.
• Switch off the engine when resting and when leaving the blower
unattended. Place it in a safe location prevent danger to others,
setting fire to combustible materials, or damage to the machine.
• Never lay the hot blower onto dry grass or onto any combustible
materials.
• All protective parts and guards supplied with the machine must be
used during operation.
• Never operate the engine with a faulty exhaust muffler.
• Shut off the engine during transport (7).
• Position the blower safely during car or truck transportation to avoid
fuel leakage.
• When transporting the blower, ensure that the fuel tank is
completely empty.
(6)
● Resting
● Transport
● Refuelling
● Maintenance
● Tool Replacement
(7)
Refuelling
• Shut off the engine during refuelling (7), keep well away from open
flame (8) and do not smoke.
• Avoid skin contact with petroleum products. Do not inhale fuel
vapor. Always wear protective gloves during refuelling. Change
and clean protective clothing at regular intervals.
• Take care not to spill either fuel or oil in order to prevent soil
contamination (environmental protection). Clean the blower
immediately after fuel has been spilt. Allow wet cloths to dry
before disposing in properly, covered container to prevent
spontaneous combustion.
• Avoid any fuel contact with your clothing. Change your clothing
immediately if fuel has been spilled on it (fire hazard).
• Inspect the fuel cap at regular intervals making sure that it stays
securely fastened.
• Carefully tighten the locking screw of the fuel tank. Change
locations to start the engine (at least 3 meters away from the place
of refuelling) (9).
• Never refuel in closed rooms. Fuel vapors accumulate at ground
level (risk of explosions)
• Only transport and store fuel in approved containers. Make sure
stored fuel is not accessible to children.
• Do not attempt to refuel a hot or a running engine.
(8)
3 meters
(9)
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Method of operation
• Use the blower only in good light and visibility. During cold seasons
beware of slippery or wet areas, ice and snow (risk of slipping).
Always ensure a safe footing.
• Never work on unstable surfaces or sleep terrain.
• To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not direct air blast towards
bystanders, since the high pressure of the air flow could injure
eyes and could blow small objects at great speed.
• Never insert any foreign object into the air intake of the machine or into
the nozzle of the blower. It will damage the fan wheel and may cause
serious injury to the operator or bystanders as a result of the object or
broken parts being thrown out at high speed.
• Pay attention to the direction of the wind, i.e., do not work against
the wind.
• To reduce the risk of stumbling and loss of control, do not walk
backward while operating the machine.
• Always shut off the engine before cleaning or servicing the unit or
replacing parts.
(10)
Maintenance instructions
• Be kind to the environment. Operate the blower with as little noise
and pollution as possible. In particular check the correct adjustment
of the carburetor.
• Clean the blower at regular intervals and check that all screws and
nuts are securely tightened.
• Never service or store the blower in the vicinity of open flames,
sparks, etc. (11).
• Always store the blower in a well-ventilated locked room and with
an emptied fuel tank.
Observe and follow all relevant accident prevention
instructions issued by the trade associations and by
insurance companies. Do not perform any modifications to
the blower as this will risk your safety.
(11)
The performance of maintenance or repair work by the user is limited
to those activities as described in this instruction manual. All other
work is to be done by Authorized Service Agents.
Use only genuine spare parts and accessories supplied by MAKITA.
Use of non-approved accessories and tools means increased risk of
accidents and injuries. MAKITA will not accept any liability for accidents
or damage caused by the use of any non-approved attachment or
accessories.
First Aid
In case of accident make sure that a well-stocked first-aid kit is
available in the vicinity of the operations. Immediately replace any item
taken from the first aid kit.
When asking for help, please give the following information:
• Place of accident
• What happened
• Number of injured persons
• Extent of injuries
• Your name
(12)
Packaging
The MAKITA blower is delivered in a protective cardboard box to
prevent shipping damage. Cardboard is a basic raw material and is
therefore consequently reusable or suitable for recycling (waste
paper recycling).
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SPECIFICATION
Model
Mass (without blower pipe)
BHX2500
(kg)
4.5 (9.9 lbs)
Dimension (without blower pipe L x W x H)
(mm)
Max. engine speed
( /min)
7,800
Idling speed
( /min)
3,500
Engine displacement
350×231×368 (13.8×9.1×14.5 in)
(mL)
24.5 (1.49 cu,in)
Fuel
Fuel tank capacity
Automobile gasoline
(L)
SAE 10W-30 oil of API Classification, Class SF or higher
(4-stroke engine for automobile)
Engine oil
Engine oil volume
0.52 (17.6 fl.oz)
(L)
0.08 (2.7 fl.oz)
Carburetor (Diaphragm-carburetor)
WALBRO WYL
Ignition system
Solid state ignition
Spark plug
Electrode gap
NGK CMR6A
(mm)
0.7 - 0.8 (0.028-0.031 in)
Notes:
1. Use the oil and spark plug specified by MAKITA.
2. This specification is subject to change without prior notice.
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DESIGNATION OF PARTS
Vacuum set (Optional)
Optional
DESIGNATION OF PARTS
DESIGNATION OF PARTS
DESIGNATION OF PARTS
DESIGNATION OF PARTS
1. Stop switch
8. Fuel Tank
15. Plug Cover
22. Vacuum Pipe A
2. Main Handle
9. Fuel Tank Cap
16. Spark Plug
23. Vacuum Pipe B
3. Trigger Lever
10. Muffler
17. Oil Cap
24. Vacuum Pipe C
4. Primer Pump
11. Assist Handle
18. Blower Tube
25. Arrow Mark
5. Air Cleaner Cover
12. Cruise Control Lever
19. Blower Nozzle A
26. Dust Bag
6. Choke Lever
13. Screw
20. Blower Nozzle B
7. Starter Handle
14. Protector
21. Elbow
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ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION : Before performing any work on the blower,
always switch off the motor and pull the spark
plug connectors off the spark plug.
Always wear protective gloves!
CAUTION : Start the blower only after having assembled it
completely.
1. ASSEMBLY OF BLOWER PIPES
1) Align grooves in the blower pipe with pegs on the blower housing
and slide the pipe onto housing.
2) Turn the blower pipe clockwise to lock it into place.
2. ASSEMBLY OF VACUUM ATTACHMENT
1) Installing Vacuum pipe (nozzle)
(1) Loosen the screw ① and open the protector ② .
① Screw
WARNING!
When using this machine as a blower, be sure to
confirm that the screw ① is not loosened at each time
of startup. If the screw is loosened, retighten it.
It is dangerous to operate the machine with the screw ① loosened.
The operator’s finger or clothing may be caught in the impeller, which
will result in a serious accident.
(2) Align the
indicated on the vacuum pipe with the “ ● “
indicated on the blower. Then insert the vacuum pipe into the
blower.
(3) Turn the vacuum pipe until the
is aligned with the “ ▼ “
indicated on the blower to lock the vacuum pipe.
WARNING!
Always hold the mounting end of the vacuum pipe when attaching/
detaching the vacuum pipe.
2) Installing Elbow and Dust Bag
(1) Open the fastener of the dust bag.
(2) Insert the elbow into the dust bag and take it out through the
bag’s entry.
(3) Install the elbow on the blower.
WARNING!
Do not attempt to pick up large wood chips, metals,
glass, stones, liquids, lighted cigarettes, fire works or
the like.
Always mount the protector/vacuum pipe in the right way before
operation. Operation without the protector/vacuum pipe is dangerous,
the impeller may catch the operator’s fingers or clothes and it can
result in serious injury.
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② Protector
BEFORE START OF OPERATION
1. Inspection and Refill of Engine Oil
(1) Perform the following procedure, with the engine cooled down.
• Inspection: Please inspect whether it makes the machine horizontal, removes the oil cap, there is a oil to inside the range of the
upper limit lower limit mark of gauge.
When it is insufficient, (especially, when it has not reached to the lower limit
level), please refill new oil.
• Refill:
Verticality (under the suction port cover) please do the machine, remove the oil cap. When oil is supplied from the oil
pipe port and oil level comes to the shelf inside the oil pipe, please stop oil supply.
(2) For reference, the oil refill time is about 10 h (refill frequency: 10 times).
(3) If the oil changes in color or mixes with dirt, replace it with new one. (For the interval and method of replacement, refer to P. 14)
Recommended oil: SAE 10W-30 oil of API Classification, Class SF or higher (4-stroke engine for automobile)
Oil volume:
Approx. 0.08 L (2.7 fl.oz)
Inspection method of engine oil
Upper limit
Lower limit
Upper limit
Lower limit
NOTE
• If the engine is not kept upright, oil may go into around the engine, and may be refilled excessively.
• If the oil is filled above the limit, the oil may be contaminated or may catch fire with white smoke.
Point 1 in Replacement of Oil “Oil Gauge”
•
•
Remove dust or dirt near the oil refill port, and detach the oil gauge.
Keep the detached oil gauge free of sand or dust. Otherwise, any sand or dust adhering to the oil gauge may cause irregular oil
circulation or wear on the engine parts, which will result in troubles.
As an example to keep the oil gauge clean, it is recommended to insert the oil gauge on its knob side into the engine cover.
•
Shelf
Shelf
Point 2 in Replacement of Oil: “If oil spills out”
•
It becomes cause of the oil soiling.
Be sure to wipe out spilt oil before start of operation.
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2. Fuel supply
WARNING
• When supplying the fuel, be sure to observe the following instructions to prevent ignition or fire:
- Fuel supply must be made in a place free of fire. Never bring the fire (smoking, etc.) near to the place of fuel supply.
- Stop the engine and allow the engine to cool down before fuel supply.
- Open the fuel tank cap full of fuel slowly. The fuel may sprout out under internal pressure.
- Take care not to spill the fuel. Any spilled fuel must be wiped clean.
- Carry out fuel supply in a well-ventilated place.
• Handle the fuel with care.
- Fuel sticking to the skin or entering an eye may cause allergies or irritation. When any physical abnormality is detected, consult the
medical specialist immediately.
STORAGE PERIOD OF FUEL
Fuel should be used up within a period of 4 weeks, even if it is kept in a special container in a well-ventilated shade.
If a special container is not used or if the container is not covered, fuel may deteriorate in one day.
Storage of machine and refill tank
• Keep the machine and tank at a cool place free from direct sunshine.
• Never keep the fuel in the cabin or trunk.
FUEL
The engine is a four-stroke engine. Be sure to use an automobile gasoline (regular gasoline or premium gasoline).
Points for Fuel
•
•
Never use a gasoline mixture which contains engine oil. Otherwise, it will cause excessive carbon accumulation or mechanical
troubles.
Use of deteriorated oil will cause irregular startup.
When refueling the fuel, be sure to stop the engine and confirm that the engine cools down.
REFUELING METHOD
• Loosen the tank cap a little so that there will be no difference in atmospheric pressure.
• Detach the tank cap, and refuel, discharging air by tilting the fuel tank so that the refuel port will be oriented upward. (Never refill fuel full to
the oil refill port.)
• After refueling, securely tighten the tank cap.
• If there is any flaw or damage on the tank cap, replace it.
• The tank cap is consumable, and therefore should be renewed every two to three years.
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OPERATION
1. Starting
WARNING
• Never attempt engine start in a place where the fuel has been supplied.
- Otherwise, it will may cause ignition or fire.
When starting the engine, keep a distance of at least 3 m.
• Exhaust gas from the engine has toxic consequences. Do not operate the engine in a poorly-ventilated place, such as in a tunnel,
building, etc.
- Operating the engine in the poorly-ventilated place may cause poisoning by exhaust gas.
• In case of detection of any abnormality in sound, odor, vibration after start, stop the engine immediately and carry out inspection.
- If the engine is operated without attending such abnormality, an accident may occur.
• Confirm that the engine stops when the stop switch is set to “O” position.
1) When the engine is cold, or when the fuel it refueled
(2)
(1) Set this machine on a flat space.
(2) Set the stop switch to “ I “ position.
(3) Continue to push the primer pump until fuel enters into the
primer pump.
• In general, fuel enters into the carburetor by 7 to 10 pushes.
Stop Switch
• If the primer pump is pushed excessively, an excess of
gasoline returns to the fuel tank.
(3)
(4) Lifting the choke lever of the air cleaner right side, close the
Primer pump
(4)
Close
choke lever.
(6)
(5) Hold the main handle with a left hand to prevent the engine
from moving, settle down to take the stable position.
(6) Pull out slowly the starter handle till a certain resistance is felt.
Return the starter handle backward once from this position,
then pull it out with force.
• Never pull the rope to the full.
• Once the start knob is pulled, never release your hand
immediately. Hold the start knob until it returns to its original
point.
(7) When the engine starts, open the choke lever.
• Open the choke lever progressively while checking the engine
operation. Be sure to open the choke lever to the full in the
(7)
end.
• In cold or when the engine is cooled down, never open the
choke lever suddenly. Otherwise, the engine may stop.
(8) Continue warm-up operation for 2 to 3 minutes.
(9) Rotation of the engine speed stabilizes and when from low
speed making at high speed rotation, if reaches the point
where it accelerates smoothly, it is completion of warming-up.
Open
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NOTE
• The engine may be damaged if the choke lever is moved further beyond the “CLOSE” position.
• If the engine stops with an explosion sound or if the engine started, but stopped before operation of the choke lever, return this lever to
the “OPEN” position and pull the starter handle several times to start the engine again.
• If the operator keeps pulling the starter handle several times with the choke lever left in the “CLOSE” position, the engine may be difficult
to start because of over-suction of the fuel.
• In case of over-suction of the fuel, remove the spark plug and pull the handle several times rapidly to discharge any excess fuel. Dry
the spark plug electrode.
• When the throttle valve does not return to a position in contact with the idling adjusting screw even if the throttle lever is set to the low
speed, correct the control cable catching state to ensure proper return of the valve.
2) When the engine is warm
(1) Place the engine on a flat ground.
(2) Press the primary pump several times.
(3) Confirm that the choke lever is open.
(4) Hold the main handle with a left hand to prevent the engine from moving, settle down to take the stable position.
(5) Pull out slowly the starter handle till a certain resistance is felt.
Return the starter handle backward once from this position, then pull it
out with force.
(6) When the engine is difficult to start, open the throttle valve by about 1/3.
2. Stopping
Cruise control lever
1) When the cruise control lever is OFF
OFF
ON
Release the trigger lever to reduce the engine speed, and set the
stop switch to the “O” position.
2) When the cruise control lever is ON
Set the cruise control lever to the OFF position, reduce the engine
speed, and set the stop switch to the “O” position.
ADJUSTMENT OF IDLING
DANGER
The carburetor is the adjustment being completed at the time of factory shipment. Please do not adjust other than idling adjusting.
adjustment becomes necessary, please consult your dealership or an authorized service agent.
When
Checkup of low-speed rotation
Adjusting screw
Set the low-speed rotation to 3500 ( /min).
• If it is necessary to change the rotation speed, regulate the
adjusting screw, with Phillips screwdriver.
• Turn the adjusting screw to the right, and the engine rotation will
increase. Turn the adjusting screw to the left, and the engine
Carburetor
rotation will drop.
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OPERATION METHOD
1. Blower operation
• Hold the machine firmly during operation.
• Direct the nozzle end toward the object to be dusted and pull the
trigger lever.
• The trigger lever can be fixed in an arbitrary position with the cruise
control lever.
• Maintain the trigger lever at a position where the engine speed
appropriate for the operation is obtained and set the cruise control
lever to the “ON” position.
• To adjust the engine speed, set the cruise control lever to the
“OFF” position once, adjust the engine speed with the trigger lever
again, then set and fix the cruise control lever to the “ON” position.
• Operation of the trigger lever with the cruise control lever in the
“ON” position may cause failure.
• The lower portion of the fuel tank acts as an assist handle, which
enables operation with both hands. In this case, be sure to hold
the assist handle with a right hand.
2. Dust Collection Operation
WARNING
• Do not allow kerosene, gasoline, or lighted cigarette to be sucked into the machine.
- Otherwise, fire may occur.
• Do not allow foreign materials, such as large wood chips, metals, glass, pebbles, etc., to be sucked into the machine.
- Otherwise, failure may occur.
• Overfilling of the dust bag with dust may cause its overflow toward the engine side.
- Otherwise, the fire may occur.
•
•
•
Empty the bag in a proper timing.
Carry the dust bag belt on the shoulder and adjust the belt length to ensure easy operation.
Confirm that the dust bag is not twisted and pull the trigger lever to start dust collection.
When the dust bag is filled with dust, remove the dust bag from the machine and open the
fastener to empty the bag.
NOTE
If this machine is operated with the protector oriented upwards or the main handle downwards, there may appear white smoke,
oil contamination or oil leakage.
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INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
DANGER
• Before inspection and maintenance, stop the engine and allow it to cool. Remove also the spark plug and plug cap.
- If inspection or maintenance is attempted immediately after engine stop or with the plug cap left attached, the operator may suffer burn
or an accident due to careless startup.
• After inspection and maintenance, be sure to confirm that all parts are assembled.
Then, proceed to operation.
1. Replacement of engine oil
Deteriorated engine oil will shorten the life of the sliding and rotating parts to a great extent. Be sure to check the period and quantity of
replacement.
DANGER
• In general, the engine main unit and engine oil still remain hot just after the engine is stopped. In replacement of oil, confirm that the
engine main unit and engine oil are sufficiently cooled down. Otherwise, there may remain a risk of scald. In addition just after of the
engine stopping because oil does not finish to return in the oil case, becomes cause of the oil inserting too much.
• If the oil filled above the limit, it may be contaminated or may catch fire with white smoke.
Interval of replacement:
Recommended oil:
Initially, every 20 operating hours, and subsequently every 50 operating hours
SAE10W-30 oil of API Classification SF Class or higher (4-stroke engine oil for automobile)
In replacement, perform the following procedure.
(3)
(1) Confirm that the tank cap is tightened securely.
(2) Detach the oil cap.
- Keep the oil gauge free from dust or dirt.
(3) The machine it can tilt to the blower port side, drain oil.
- Drain oil in a container.
(4) Please make the machine vertical (under the protector), refill oil
to the shelf inside the oil pipe.
(5) After refill, securely tighten the oil gauge. Insufficient tightening of
the oil gauge will lead to oil leakage.
(4)
Shelf
Points in replacement of engine oil
• Never discard replaced engine oil in garbage, earth or sewage ditch. Disposal of oil is regulated by law. In disposal, always follow the
relevant laws and regulations. For any points remaining unknown, contact Authorized Service Agent.
• Oil will deteriorate even when it is kept unused. Perform inspection and replacement at regular intervals (replace with new oil every 6
months).
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2. Cleaning of air cleaner
Plate
Element
(sponge)
WARNING : INFLAMMABLES STRICTLY PROHIBITED
Interval of Cleaning and Inspection: Daily (every 10 operating hours)
(1) Remove the air cleaner cover-fixing bolts.
(2) Pull the cover lower side and detach the air cleaner cover.
(3) Turn the choke lever to the full close side, and keep the carburetor off
from dust or dirt.
(4) If oil adheres to the element (sponge), squeeze it firmly.
(5) For heavy contamination:
1) Remove the element (sponge), immerse it in warm water or in
water-diluted neutral detergent, and dry it completely.
2) Clean the element (felt) with gasoline, and dry it completely.
(6) Before attaching the element, be sure to dry it completely. Insufficient
drying of the element may lead to difficult startup.
(7) Wipe out with waste cloth, oil adhering around the air cleaner cover
and plate breather.
(8) Immediately after cleaning is finished, attach the air cleaner cover and
tighten it with fixing bolts. (In remounting, first place the upper claw,
and then the lower claw.)
Air cleaner
cover
Breather Part
Element (felt)
Fixing bolt
Pick this part and remove the
element (felt).
DANGER
• Clean the element several times a day, if excessive dust adheres to it.
• If operation continues with the element remaining not cleared of oil, oil in the air cleaner may fall outside, resulting in oil contamination.
3. Checking the spark plug
(1)
(1) Opening/closing the plug cover
When opening the cover, apply fingers to the main handle and
plug cover projection as shown in the figure right. Push up the
projection and slide the cover in the “OPEN” direction.
When closing the cover, slide the cover in the “CLOSE” direction
till the click under the plug cover projection rides over the engine
cover. Finally, push in the projection.
(2) Removing the spark plug
(2)
Use an attached box wrench to remove or install the spark plug.
(3) Checking the spark plug
(3)
Lateral electrode (-)
The clearance between two electrodes of spark plug (see the
figure left) is 0.7 to 0.8 mm. Adjust to the correct clearance when
it is too wide or too narrow.
Clean thoroughly or replace the spark plug if it has accumulated
carbon or contaminated.
(4) Replacing the spark plug
For replacement, use NGK-CMR6A.
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Electrode clearance
0.7 - 0.8 mm
(0.028-0.031 in)
4. Cleaning the fuel filter
• Clogged oil filter may cause difficulty of startup or failure of engine
speed increase.
• Check the fuel filter regularly as follows:
(1) Remove the fuel tank cap, drain the fuel to empty the tank. Check the
tank inside for any foreign materials. If any, wipe clean such
materials.
(2) Pull out the fuel filter with wire through the oil filling port.
(3) If the fuel filter surface is contaminated, clean it with gasoline. Foul
gasoline must be disposed of according to the method specified by
each local authority. Excessively foul filter must be replaced.
(4) Reset the fuel filter in the fuel tank and tighten firmly the fuel tank cap.
For replacement, contact your dealership or an authorized service
agent.
Hose clamp
Fuel filter
Fuel tank cap
5. Inspection of bolts, nuts and screws
• Retighten loose bolts, nuts, etc.
• Check for fuel and oil leakage.
• Replace damaged parts with new ones for safety operation.
6. Cleaning of parts
• Keep the engine always clean.
• Keep the cylinder fins free of dust or dirt. Dust or dirt adhering to the fins will cause seizure.
7. Replacement of gaskets and packings
In reassembling after the engine is dismounted, be sure to replace the gaskets and packings with new ones.
Any maintenance of adjustment work that is not included and described in this manual is only to be performed by Authorized Service Agents.
STORAGE
WARNING
• When draining the fuel, be sure to stop the engine and confirm that the engine cools down.
- Just after stopping the engine, it may still hot with possibility of burns, inflammability and fire.
DANGER
• When the machine is kept out of operation for a long time, drain up all fuel from the fuel tank and carburetor, and keep it at a dry and
clean place.
Drain up fuel from the fuel tank and carburetor according to the following
procedure:
(1) Remove the fuel tank cap, and drain fuel completely.
If there is any foreign matter remaining in the fuel tank, remove it
completely.
(2) Pull out the fuel filter from the refill port using a wire.
(3) Push the primer pump until fuel is drained from there, and drain fuel
coming into the fuel tank.
(4) Reset the filter to the fuel tank, and securely tighten the fuel tank cap.
(5) Then, continue to operate the engine until it stops.
(6) Remove the spark plug, and drip several drops of engine oil through
the spark plug hole.
(7) Gently pull the starter handle so that engine oil will spread over the
engine, and attach the spark plug.
(8) During storage, in order for the machine to become uprighting, please
keep.
(9) Keep the drained fuel in a special container in a well-ventilated shade.
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Fault location
Fault
System
Observation
Cause
Engine not starting or with
difficulty
Ignition system
Ignition spark O.K.
Fault in fuel supply or compression system, mechanical
defect
No ignition spark
STOP-switch operated, wiring fault or short circuit, spark
plug or connector defective, ignition module faulty
Fuel supply
Fuel tank filled
Incorrect choke position, carburetor defective, fuel supply
line bent or blocked, fuel dirty.
Compression
No compression when
pulled over
Cylinder bottom gasket defective, crankshaft seals
damaged, cylinder or piston rings defective or improper
sealing of spark plug
Mechanical fault
Starter not engaging
Broken starter spring, broken parts inside of the engine
Tank filled ignition spark
existing
Carburetor contaminated, have it cleaned
Tank filled
Incorrect idling adjustment, carburetor contaminated
Warm start problems
Engine starts but dies
Fuel supply
Fuel tank vent defective, fuel supply line interrupted,
cable or STOP-switch faulty
Insufficient performance
Engine idling poor
Several systems
may simultaneously
be affected
Operating time
Before
After
operation lubrication
Item
Inspect/clean
Air filter contaminated, carburetor contaminated, muffler
clogged, exhaust duct in the cylinder clogged
Daily
(10h)
30h
50h
200h
Shutdown Corres-po
/rest
nding P
○
10
Engine oil
○
Replace
Tightening parts
(bolt, nut)
*1
15
Inspect
○
17
Clean/inspect
○
―
Fuel tank
○
Drain fuel
*3
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Throttle lever
Check function
○
Stop switch
Check function
○
Low-speed rotation
Inspect/adjust
○
13
Air cleaner
Clean
○
16
Ignition plug
Inspect
○
16
Cooling air duct
Clean/inspect
○
17
Inspect
○
17
13
Fuel pipe
◎
Replace
○
Fuel filter
Clean/replace
Clearance between air intake
valve and air discharge valve
Adjust
◎
*2
Oil tube
Inspect
◎
*2
◎
*2
Engine overhaul
Carburetor
*1
*2
*3
―
*2
17
―
―
*3
○
Drain fuel
Perform initial replacement after 20h operation.
For the 200 operating hour inspection, request Authorized Service Agent or a machine shop.
After emptying the fuel tank, continue to run the engine and drain fuel in the carburetor.
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Before making a request for repairs, check a trouble for yourself. If any abnormality is found, control your machine according to the description
of this manual. Never tamper or dismount any part contrary to the description. For repairs, contact Authorized Service Agent or local dealership.
State of abnormality
Probable cause (malfunction)
Failure to operate primer pump
Remedy
Push 7 to 10 times.
Low pulling speed of starter rope
Pull strongly.
Lack of fuel
Feed fuel.
Clogged fuel filter
Clean
Broken fuel tube
Straighten fuel tube
Deteriorated fuel
Deteriorated fuel makes starting more difficult.
Replace with new one. (Recommended
replacement: 1 month)
Excessive suction of fuel
Set throttle lever from medium speed to high
speed, and pull starter handle until engine
starts.
Engine does not start
If engine will not start still, remove spark plug,
make electrode dry, and reassemble them as
they originally are. Then, start as specified.
Engine stops soon
Engine speed does not increase
Engine does not stop.
Detached plug cap
Attach securely
Contaminated spark plug
Clean
Abnormal clearance of spark plug
Adjust clearance
Other abnormality of spark plug
Replace
Abnormal carburetor
Make request for inspection and maintenance.
Starter rope cannot be pulled
Make request for inspection and maintenance
Abnormal drive system
Make request for inspection and maintenance
Insufficient warm-up
Perform warm-up operation
Choke lever is set to “CLOSE” although engine
is warmed up
Set to “CLOSE”
Clogged fuel filter
Clean
Contaminated or clogged air cleaner
Clean
Abnormal carburetor
Make request for inspection and maintenance
Abnormal drive system
Make request for inspection and maintenance
Detached throttle wire
Attach securely
Abnormal drive system
Make request for inspection and maintenance
Detached connector
Attach securely
Abnormal electric system
Make request for inspection and maintenance.
Run engine at idling, and set choke
lever to CLOSE.
When the engine does not start after warm-up operation:
If there is no abnormality found for the check items, open the throttle by about 1/3 and start the engine.
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EMISSION COMPLIANCE PERIOD
For handheld engine : The Emissions
Compliance Period referred to on the Emissions
Compliance label indicates the number of operating hours for which the engine
has been shown to meet Federal emission requirements.
Category C=50 hours, B=125 hours, and A=300 hours.
AIR INDEX
An Air Index Information hang tag was supplied to this engine in accordance with the
emission regulations of the California Air Resources Board.
The bar graph on the hang tag shows the emissions performance of this engine.
The bar graph can be used to compare the emissions performance with other available
engine. The lower the Air Index, the less pollution.
The following durability description is to provide you with information relating to the
emission durability period of the engine.
Descriptive Term
Applicable to Emissions Durability Period
Moderate
−
50hours (0-65 cc)
Intermediate
−
125hours (0-65cc)
Extended
−
300hours (0-65cc)
Notice :
The Air Index Information hang tag must remain on the engine or on the
equipment until it is sold to the ultimate purchaser. Remove the hang tag
before operating the engine.
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CALIFORNIA EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT
YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
The California Air Resources Board and Makita U.S.A., Inc. are pleased to explain the emission control system warranty
on your 2000 and later Small Off-Road engine (herein “engine”). In California, the engine must be designed, built and
equipped to meet the State's stringent anti-smog standards Makita U.S.A., Inc. must warrant the emission control system
on your engine for the periods of time described below, provided there has been no abuse, neglect or improper
maintenance of your engine. Your emission control system includes parts such as the carburetor and the ignition system.
Also included may be hoses, connectors and other emission-related assemblies. Where a warrantable condition exists,
Makita U.S.A., Inc. will repair your engine at no cost to you including diagnosis, parts and labor.
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY COVERAGE:
The 2000 and later engines are warranted for two (2) years. If any emission-related part on your engine is
defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by Makita U.S.A., Inc.
OWNER'S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES:
- As the engine owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance listed in your Owner's
Manual. Makita U.S.A., Inc. recommends that you retain all receipts covering maintenance on your engine, but
Makita U.S.A., Inc. cannot deny warranty solely for the lack of receipts or for your failure to ensure the
performance of all scheduled maintenance.
- As the engine owner, your should however be aware that Makita U.S.A., Inc. may deny you warranty coverage if
your engine or a part has failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance or unapproved modifications.
- You are responsible for presenting your engine manufactured by Makita U.S.A., Inc. to a dealer, distributor or
warranty station authorized by Makita Factory Service Center which is the U.S. importer and/or OEM of the
Small Off-Road/engine as soon as a problem exists. The warranty repairs should be completed in a reasonable
amount of time, not to exceed 30 days.
If you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should contact Makita Factory
Service Center nearest you.
Makita Factory Service Center
Address
14930 Northam Street
La Mirada, CA 90638-5753
41850 Christy Street
Fremont, CA 94538-5107
1421N. Clovis Ave., Ste. 112
Fresno, CA 93727
4554 Roseville Rd., Ste E
North Highlands, CA 95660
392 S. Arrowhead Ave., #A-1
San Bernardino, CA 92408
7674 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92111
333 Littlefield Ave.
S.San Francisco, CA 64080
1714 E McFadden Ave., Unit M
Santa Ana, CA 92705
16735 Saticoy St., Ste. 105
Van Nuys, CA 91406
Phone NO.
(714) 522-8088
(510) 657-9881
(209) 252-5166
(916) 331-6211
(909) 885-1289
(619) 278-4471
(415) 875-1002
(714) 667-5066
(818) 782-2440
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LIMITED WARRANTY on Emission Control Systems
- California Only -
Makita U.S.A., Inc., a distributor of Small Off-Road Engine in the U.S. warrant to the owner of the 2000 and later engine
that the engine (1) has been designed, built and equipped so as to conform at the time of manufacture with the applicable
regulations of the California Air Resources Board, and (2) is free from defects in materials and workmanship which cause
it to fail to conform with those regulations as may be applicable in the terms and conditions stated below;
A. WARANTY COMMENCEMENT DATE
The warranty period begins on the date the engine is delivered to a first retail purchaser.
B. LENGTH OF COVERAGE
Makita U.S.A., Inc. warrants to a first retail purchaser and each subsequent purchaser that the engine is free from
defects in materials and workmanship which cause the failure of a warranted emission-related part for a period of two
(2) years after the date of delivery to the first retail purchaser.
C. WHAT IS COVERED:
1. REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT PARTS
Repairs and replacement of any warranted part will be performed at no charge to you by an authorized dealer,
distributor or a warranty station. You may contact Makita Factory Service Center which is the U.S. importer/OEM
of the Small Off-Road /engine manufactured by Makita U.S.A., Inc. to get the nearest appropriate location where your
warranty repairs are performed.
2. WARRANTY PERIOD
This warranty continues for a period of two (2) years and shall apply only to the repair, replacement or adjustment of
the component parts which are not scheduled for replacement as required maintenance. Further component parts or
which are scheduled only for regular inspection to the effect of "repair or replace as necessary" shall be warranted for
the warranty period. Any warranted part which is scheduled for replacement as required maintenance shall be
warranted for the period of time up to the first scheduled replacement point for that part.
3. DIAGNOSIS
You shall not be charged for diagnostic labor, which leads to the determination that a warranted part is defective, if the
diagnostic work is performed at an authorized dealer, distributor or warranty station.
4. CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES
If a warranted part failed causing damages to other engine components, consult a warranty station.
D. WHAT IS NOT COVERED
1.
This limited warranty does not cover any part which malfunctions, fails or is damaged due to failure to follow
the maintenance and operating instructions set forth in the 2000 and later Owner's Manual including:
(1) improper or inadequate maintenance of any warranted parts
(2) improper installation, adjustment or repair of the engine or of any warranted part unless performed by an
authorized dealer
(3) failure to follow recommendations on fuel use contained in the 2000 and later Owner's Manual
(4) repairs performed outside of the authorized warranty service facility
(5) use of parts, which are not authorized by Makita U.S.A., Inc..
2. Add-on or modified parts
This warranty does not cover any part which malfunctions, fails or is damaged due to alterations by changing, adding
to or removing parts from the engine.
3. Expenses incurred by processing warranty claims
Makita Factory Service Center, any authorized dealer, distributors and warranty station shall not be liable for any
loss of use of the engine, for any alternative usage, for any damage to goods, loss of time or inconvenience.
E. HOW TO FILE A CLAIM
All repairs qualifying under this Limited Warranty must be performed by a dealer who sold you the engine or
distributors or warranty stations authorized by Makita Factory Service Center. In the event that any emission-related
part is found to be defective during the warranty period, you shall notify Makita Factory Service Center and you will
be given the appropriate warranty service facilities where the warranty repair is performed.
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F. WHERE TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE
It is recommended that warranty service be performed by the authorized dealer, who sold you the engine, although
warranty service will be performed by any authorized dealers, distributors and warranty stations anywhere in the
United States. When warranty repair is needed, the engine must be brought to an authorized dealer, distributorship or
warranty station's place of business during normal business hours. In all cases, a reasonable time, not to exceed 30
days, must be allowed for the warranty repair to be completed after the engine is received by the authorized dealer,
distributor or service station.
G. MAINTENANCE, REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR OF EMISSION-RELATED PARTS
Only warranted engine replacement parts approved by Makita U.S.A., Inc. should be used in the performance of any
warranty maintenance or repairs on emission-related parts. If other than authorized parts are used for maintenance,
replacement or repair of components affecting emission control, you should assure yourself that such parts are
warranted by their manufacturer to be equivalent to authorized parts in performance and durability. Makita U.S.A.,
Inc., however, assumes no liability under this warranty with respect to parts other than authorized parts. The use of
non-authorized replacement parts does not invalidate the warranty on other components unless the non-authorized
parts cause damage to warranted parts.
H. PARTS COVERED UNDER THE CALIFORNIA EMISSION WARRANTY
1) Fuel Metering system
(i) Carburetor and internal parts
(ii) Air cleaner plate ( including choke system)
(iii) Air cleaner cover
(iv) Air cleaner element
(v) Fuel Filter
2) Ignition System
(i) Spark plug
(ii) Flywheel magneto
(iii) Ignition coil
3) Miscellaneous Item Used in Above Systems
(i) Hoses and sealing gaskets, bolts, connectors, and assemblies.
I. MAINTENANCE STATEMENTS
It is your responsibility to have all scheduled inspection and maintenance service performed at the times recommended
in the 2000 and later Owner's Manual and to retain proof that inspection and maintenance service are performed at the
times when recommended. Makita U.S.A., Inc. will not deny a warranty claim solely because you have no record of
maintenance; however, Makita U.S.A., Inc. may deny a warranty claim if your failure to perform required maintenance
resulted in the failure of warranted part. The proof, which you maintain, should be given to each subsequent owner
of the engine. You are responsible for performing the scheduled maintenance described below based on the
procedures specified in the 2000 and later Owner's Manual. The scheduled maintenance below is based on the
normal engine-operating schedule.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
11)
12)
PROCEDURE
Clean engine and check bolts and nuts. Retighten if necessary.
Check and refill engine oil (4stroke)
Change engine oil (4stroke)
Check clogging of cooling air passage and cylinder fins.
Remove and clean if necessary.
Clean air cleaner.
Check spark plug. Clean and adjust if necessary.
Check muffler exhaust outlet (or port). Clean if necessary.
Check fuel filter. If clogged, replace with new one.
Adjust valve clearance, if applicable (4stroke).
Replace fuel lines.
Overhaul engine.
Replace packings and gaskets and gaskets with new ones.
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INTERVAL
:Every 8 hours (daily)
:Every 8 hours (refill daily up to upper limit)
:Initial 20 hours and every 50 hours afterward
:Every 8 hours (daily)
:Every 8 hours (daily)
:Every 8 hours (daily)
:Every 50 hours (monthly)
:Every 50 hours (monthly)
:Every 200 hours (yearly)
:Every 200 hours (yearly)
:Every 200 hours (yearly)
:Every reassembling
REPAIR AND REPLACEMENT OF EMISSION-RELATED PARTS
It is recommended that only engine replacement parts which have been authorized and
approved by Makita U.S.A., Inc. should be used in the performance of any warranty
maintenance or repairs of emission-related parts. These replacement parts will be
provided at no charge if the part is still under warranty.
HOW TO FILE A WARRANTY CLAIM
AND WHERE TO GET WARRANTY SERVICES
Contact the nearest Makita Factory Service Center Manager to determine the appropriate
location where the required warranty services are to be performed. A list of the Factory
Service Center locations and phone numbers are provided below for your convenience.
14930 Northam Street
La Mirada, CA 90638-5753
(714) 522-8088
41850 Christy Street
Fremont, CA 94538-5107
(510) 657-9881
1421N. Clovis Ave., Ste. 112
Fresno, CA 93727
(209) 252-5166
4554 Roseville Rd., Ste E
North Highlands, CA 95660
(916)331-6211
392 S. Arrowhead Ave., #A-1
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909)885-1289
7674 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92111
(619) 278-4471
333 Littlefield Ave.
S. San Francisco, CA 94080
T. (415)875-1002
1714 E McFadden Ave., Unit M
Santa Ana, CA 92705
(714) 667-5066
16735 Saticoy St., Ste. 105
Van Nuys, CA 91406
(818) 782-2440
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FEDERAL EMISSION COMPONENT DEFECT WARRANTY
EMISSION COMPONENT DEFECT WARRANTY COVERAGE - This emission warranty is
applicable in all States, except the State of California
Makita U.S.A., Inc., La Mirada, California, (herein "MAKITA") warrant to the initial retail
purchaser and each subsequent owner, that this utility equipment engine (herein "engine" )
was designed, built, and equipped to conform at the time of initial sale to all applicable
regulations of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and that the engine is free
of defects in materials and workmanship which would cause this engine to fail to conform
with EPA regulations during its warranty period.
For the components listed under PARTS COVERED, Makita Factory Service Center or
service center authorized by Makita will, at no cost to you, make the necessary diagnosis,
repair, or replacement necessary to ensure that the engine complies with applicable U.S.
EPA regulations.
EMISSION COMPONENT DEFECT WARRANTY PERIOD
The warranty period for this engine begins on the date of sale to the initial purchaser and
continues for a period of 2 years.
PARTS COVERED
Listed below are the parts covered by the Emission Component Defect Warranty. Some of
the parts listed below may require scheduled maintenance and are warranted up to the first
scheduled replacement point for that part.
1) Fuel Metering System
(i) Carburetor and internal parts
(ii) Fuel filter, if applicable
(iii) Throttle stopper, if applicable
(iv) Choke System, if applicable
2) Air Induction System
(i) Air cleaner plate
(ii) Air cleaner case
(iii) Air cleaner element
3) Ignition System
(i) Spark plug
(ii) Flywheel Magneto
(iii) Ignition Coil
4) Miscellaneous Items Used in Above Systems
(i) Fuel hoses. clamps and sealing gaskets
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OBTAINING WARRANTY SERVICE
To obtain warranty service, take your engine to the nearest MAKITA Factory Service
Center or Service Center authorized by MAKITA. Bring your sales receipts indicating date
of purchase for this engine. The dealer or service center authorized by MAKITA will perform
the necessary repairs or adjustments within a reasonable amount of time and furnish you
with a copy of the repair order. All parts and accessories replaced under this warranty
become the property of MAKITA.
WHAT IS NOT COVERED
* Conditions resulting from tampering, misuse, improper adjustment (unless they were
made by the dealer or service center authorized by MAKITA during a warranty repair),
alteration, accident, failure to use the recommended fuel and oil, or not performing
required maintenance services.
* The replacement parts used for required maintenance services.
* Consequential damages such as loss of time, inconvenience, loss of use of the engine of
equipment, etc.
* Diagnosis and inspection charges that do not result in warranty-eligible service being
performed.
* Any non-authorized replacement part, or malfunction of authorized parts due to use of
non-authorized parts.
OWNER'S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES
As the engine owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required
maintenance listed in your owner's manual, MAKITA recommends that you retain all
receipts covering maintenance on your engine, but MAKITA can not deny warranty solely
for the lack of receipts or for your failure to ensure the performance of all scheduled
maintenance.
As the engine owner, you should however be aware that the MAKITA may deny your
warranty coverage if your engine or a part has failed due to abuse, neglect, improper
maintenance or unapproved modifications.
You are responsible for presenting your engine to the nearest MAKITA Factory Service
Center or service center authorized by MAKITA when a problem exists.
If you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should
contact the Makita Warranty Service Department at 1-800-4-MAKITA for the information.
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THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE EMISSION CONTROLL SYSTEM
WARRANTY
MAINTENANCE AND REPAIRS
You are responsible for the proper use and maintenance of the engine. You should
keep all receipts and maintenance records covering the performance of regular
maintenance in the event questions arise. These receipts and maintenance records
should be transferred to each subsequent owner of the engine. MAKITA reserves the
rights to deny warranty coverage if the engine has not been properly maintained.
Warranty claims will not be denied, however, solely because of the lack of required
maintenance or failure to keep maintenance records.
MAINTENANCE, REPLACEMENT OR REPAIR OF EMISSION CONTROL DEVICES
AND SYSTEMS MAY BE PERFORMED BY ANY REPAIR ESTABLISHMENT OR
INDIVIDUAL; HOWEVER, WARRANTY REPAIRS MUST BE PERFORMED BY
MAKITA FACTORY SERVICE CENTER OR SERVICE CENTER AUTHORIZED BY
Makita. THE USE OF PARTS THAT ARE NOT EQUIVALENT IN PERFORMANCE
AND DURABILITY TO AUTHORIZED PARTS MAY IMPAIR THE EFFECTIVENESS
OF THE EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM AND MAY HAVE A BEARING ON THE
OUTCOME OF WARRANTY CLAIM.
If other than the parts authorized by MAKITA are used for maintenance replacements or
for the repair of components affecting emission control, you should assure yourself that
such parts are warranted by their manufacturer to be equivalent to the parts authorized by
MAKITA in their performance and durability.
HOW TO MAKE A CLAIM
All repairs qualifying under this limited warranty must be performed by Makita Factory
Service Center or service center authorized by MAKITA. In the event that any
emission-related part is found to be defective during the warranty period, you shall notify
Makita Warranty Service Department at 1-800-4-MAKITA and you will be given the
appropriate warranty service facilities where the warranty repair can be performed.
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MEMO
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WARNING:
The Engine Exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to
the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Makita Corporation
3-11-8, Sumiyoshi-cho,
Anjo, Aichi 446-8502, Japan
6659015000 05.04
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