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Engine-powered brush cutter
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Summary
1. Introduction .......................................................................................................... 4
2. Safety instructions ............................................................................................... 5
2.1
Safety labels and symbols.......................................................................... 5-6
2.2
Before using the brush cutter ........................................................................ 7
2.3
Using the brush cutter ................................................................................ 8-9
2.4
After using the brush cutter ........................................................................... 9
3. Usage Guidelines .............................................................................................. 10
3.1
Preparing the brush cutter for work ............................................................. 10
3.11 Assembling the brush cutter ............................................................... 10-12
3.12 Filling the brush cutter’s fuel tank........................................................ 12-13
3.2
Using the brush cutter ................................................................................. 13
3.21 Starting the brush cutter ...................................................................... 13-14
3.22 Stopping the brush cutter ......................................................................... 14
3.23 Extending the cutting line in use .............................................................. 14
3.24 Advice for cutting ..................................................................................... 15
3.25 Changing the nylon spool ......................................................................... 15
3.3
Cleaning, storage, transport and maintenance............................................ 16
3.31 Cleaning the brush cutter ......................................................................... 16
3.32 Storing and transporting the brush cutter ................................................. 16
3.33 Transporting and maintaining the brush cutter .................................... 16-17
4. Technical Specifications ....................................................................................... 18
5. Troubleshooting.................................................................................................... 19
6. Environmental Protection ..................................................................................... 20
7. After sales service ................................................................................................ 20
8. Warranty............................................................................................................... 21
9. Declaration of Conformity ..................................................................................... 22
Warranty registration card .................................................................. Back of Manual
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Model GTS43
Detail of engine
Detail of control handle
DESCRIPTION OF THE BRUSH CUTTER’S MAIN COMPONENTS
1
Spark plug cap
9
Deflector guard
2
Two-stroke engine
10 Cutter blade
3
Engine starter handle
11 Choke control
4
Operator control handle
12 Air filter housing
5
Fuel tank
13 Fuel priming pump
6
Handlebar
14 Throttle trigger
7
Nylon line spool
15 Start/Stop switch
8
Angle adjuster
16 Safety lever
EQUIPMENT INCLUDED: OPERATOR’S HARNESS
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1.
Introduction
Congratulations and thank you for your purchase of a new SANLI brush cutter.
Your brush cutter has been designed and manufactured with utmost care in
accordance with SANLI’s strict standards of safety, reliability and ease of
operation. Properly maintained and adjusted, your new SANLI brush cutter will
give you many years of trouble-free operation enabling you to fully appreciate
its build quality, performance and ease of use.
Please read this manual carefully and familiarise yourself with all of the
controls on the brush cutter before using it for the first time.
Please adhere strictly to all warnings, explanations and instructions given in
this manual to ensure safe and optimal use of the machine. If you are in doubt
about any point, instruction or recommendation given in this manual, please
contact an authorised SANLI dealer for advice or assistance.
PLEASE KEEP THIS OPERATOR’S MANUAL IN A SAFE PLACE
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2.
Safety instructions
Your SANLI brush cutter should be used at all times in accordance with the
guidance given in this operator’s manual.
2.1
Safety labels and symbols
IMPORTANT: Some of the symbols shown below may be found on the
machine. Please locate, study and understand their importance. Correct
interpretation of these symbols will result in effective machine use and
minimal risk to safety.
Danger! Warning ! Attention !
This symbol indicates a danger, a warning or a caution. It
indicates that the operator's safety is at risk.
This symbol means ‘Read the instruction manual’.
The instruction manual contains invaluable information
regarding possible safety issues and risks of deterioration to
the machine as well as providing helpful tips for getting
started, operation and maintenance. Please respect all of
the warnings, explanations and instructions given in this
manual to ensure safe and optimal use of the machine.
Risk of debris
Be aware that there is a risk of debris being thrown by the
machine during use.
Turn off the machine
Turn off the machine and move the Start/Stop switch to the
STOP position before carrying out any cleaning, transport or
maintenance or when leaving the machine unattended.
Keep a safe distance
The operator is responsible for the safety of others located
close to or within the machine’s working area. Never use the
brush cutter while others, especially children or animals, are
close by.
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Wear protective gloves
Wear robust anti-slip shoes or boots
Wear eye and ear protection
Fuel
Use a 2 stroke fuel mixture of petrol and oil (see Section 4)
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2.2
Before using the brush cutter
Carefully read this operator’s manual.
Familiarise yourself with the operation of the brush cutter and its correct
use.
Never allow the machine to be used by anyone who has not read and
understood the instruction manual. Children should not use the machine.
If the machine is given to other people, make sure you give them this
manual.
Never remove any labels, decals or safety components. Replace guards
before use.
Ensure that the petrol/oil fuel mixture used is at the recommended ratio
(see Section 4, Technical Specifications).
Make sure that the nylon spool, its fixings and safety guard are secure and
in good condition before each use. Replace any missing or excessively worn
parts.
Do not start the machine if any safety components are damaged or missing.
Never modify the basic engine settings and do not over work or run the
machine for too long.
Do not start cutting if there is risk of damaging electrical or telephone
wires, buildings or fittings.
Never start cutting before the work area has cleared and cleaned. Keep the
workspace clean and tidy to reduce the risk of accidents and injury.
It is recommended that a first-time user be accompanied and instructed by
an experienced person.
The machine is designed only for grass- or brush-cutting purposes on
private residential land. Using it for any other purpose not specifically
authorised within this manual may damage the machine and put the user
at serious risk of injury.
The machine must never be used:
- In public spaces or for professional purposes, for example, work in parks,
public gardens, sports grounds, roadsides, farms and wooded/forested
areas
- To trim shrubs or hedges
- To break down garden residues for compost
- In the rain or a very humid environment
- In an intensive manner (e.g. for long hours on heavy work)
- By children under the age of 16 or by anyone who has not read the
instruction manual and been instructed in the machine’s safe and proper
use.
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2.3
Using the brush cutter
Only use the machine in clear daylight or with the help of good artificial
lighting.
The use of powered tools may be subject to regulations. Always respect
any legal regulations, which may vary from one location to another.
Do not use the machine when the vegetation is wet or when it is raining
Do not use the brush cutter if you feel tired, unwell, have consumed
alcohol or have taken medication. A momentary lapse of attention can lead
to serious injury.
Wear close fitting, comfortable clothes which will protect you from flying
debris. Wear long trousers and sturdy, anti-slip shoes/boots, as well as
personal protection equipment including robust gloves, goggles, a helmet
with visor and ear protection.
The user is responsible for the safety of all others in the machine’s
operating area. Keep other people, children and animals well away from
the work area. If you are working as part of a group, keep a good distance
from other workers and be aware that debris can be thrown long distances
by the machine.
Always keep both hands on the handles when using the brush cutter.
Keep hands and feet well away from the cutting area and all moving parts.
When cutting, try to avoid solid obstacles such as fences, walls, posts and
trees
which cannot be cut by the machine and which might damage the
cutting system.
If the machine becomes snagged or jammed, stop the engine immediately.
Always work in a stable, balanced and secure position. Never work on very
steep slopes and be especially careful when changing the direction of cut
on slopes.
Be careful not to overload the machine. Always use the appropriate
machine for the work to be carried out.
Guide the machine across the work at walking pace, moving forward
steadily. Never run and do not walk backwards when using the machine to
avoid falling over.
When using the machine, keep the cutting head facing downwards parallel
to the ground and covered by the deflector guard.
Never leave the machine unattended with the engine running.
Never start the engine in an enclosed area or any other area where harmful
carbon monoxide gases may accumulate.
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To avoid the risk of explosion, never use the brush cutter in areas where
there are inflammable materials such as volatile liquids, gas or dust.
To avoid fire risk, never start the machine close to fuel containers or areas
where refuelling has taken place.
WARNING: Some parts of the machine can become very hot and can cause
severe burns. Always wear gloves and, specifically, never touch the engine or
exhaust pipe until they have cooled.
2.4
After using the brush cutter
Before moving or carrying out any maintenance to the machine, ensure
that the Start/Stop switch is in the STOP position and that the machine has
completely stopped.
Always follow the maintenance instructions as provide in this manual.
After every use, check the safety devices, fastenings and fixings and the
condition of the cutting head and all other components. Maintain the
machine properly and replace worn or damaged parts immediately.
For safety reasons, your brush cutter should be repaired and serviced only
by qualified personnel. Use original replacement parts or those approved
by SANLI UK.
Keep the hedge trimmer clean and always store it in a dry place, out of the
sun and out of reach of children and others.
Keep this operator’s manual in a safe place and consult it every time you
use the machine, especially if you have not used it for some time.
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3.
Usage Guidelines
Making modifications to the brush cutter and/or using non-genuine parts that
have not been authorised by SANLI UK can render the machine dangerous and
may lead to serious injuries during use. SANLI UK cannot accept any liability for
any type of misuse or for any use which does not conform to this instruction
manual or to current regulations.
WARNING: All cleaning, transport and maintenance operations must be
carried out with the engine turned off and the Start/Stop switch in the STOP
position.
3.1
Preparing the brush cutter for work
WARNING: Do not use the hedge trimmer without having fully assembled it first
and made sure that all parts are in place and correctly tightened!
3.11 Assembling the brush cutter
Unpack and inspect all of the parts carefully and make sure that no parts are
missing, bent or damaged. Check that all parts function properly.
Assembling the handlebar
Attach the handlebar to the brush cutter’s main shaft, positioning the handles
accordingly to suit a right or left-handed user (see figs. 1 and 2). Insert and tighten
in the handle’s four fixing screws (fig. 3).
The operator control handle (B, fig. 4) should be
positioned so that the throttle trigger (C) is facing the
direction of cut and can be applied comfortably using
the index finger.
If necessary, the handle can be turned through 180
deg by removing the screw (A, fig. 4).
Having rotated the control handle, replace and
tighten screw (A).
Handle position for
left-handed users
Four handle fixing screws
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Handle position for righthanded users
A
B
Installing the deflector guard
Installing the deflector guard is best carried out with the machine resting on the
engine and handlebars to provide clear access to the deflector support as shown
in figure 5.
Position the deflector guard onto its support and screw in the four fixing screws,
not forgetting the two metal reinforcements as shown in figure 6.
Support
Metal reinforcements
Installing the cutter blade
Hold still the spool’s centre core (a, Fig 7) by passing the tool provided through
the two holes as shown in figure 7. With the help of the spanner provided, loosen
the securing nut (b, Fig. 7) in the direction of the arrow.
Central
core
Remove and put in a safe place the securing nut, the brake ring and the
support ring.
NOTE: Securing nut b, Fig. 7, has a left-handed thread. It is therefore loosened
and removed in a clockwise direction and replaced and tightened in an anticlockwise direction.
Assemble the components shown in figure 8 in the following order:
1) First, place the blade (e) onto the central core
2) Next, place the support ring (d) onto the blade (e)
3) Next, place the brake ring (c) onto the support ring.
Finally, replace and tighten the nut in an anti-clockwise direction, while holding
still the central core using the same method as used when dismantling the
assembly (see above).
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Installing the nylon spool
Unscrew the nut and remove the brake ring and the support ring, as described
above and shown in figure 7. Keep them in a safe place until needed to secure the
cutter blade.
Screw the spool into place, turning in an anti-clockwise direction (figs. 9 and 10).
Turn the nylon spool anti-clockwise
3.12 Filling the brush cutter’s fuel tank
WARNING: Petrol is highly inflammable. Handle with the utmost care to avoid
risk of fire, burns or explosion.
WARNING: Your chainsaw’s engine runs on a two-stroke mixture of petrol and
oil. Always use the correct petrol/oil ratio (see section 4) and never start the
engine with just petrol in the tank. The result is likely to cause irreversible and
costly damage to the engine.
The brush cutter’s engine requires a mixture of unleaded 95 grade petrol
and a mineral or semi-synthetic oil designed for air-cooled two-stroke
engines (see Technical Specifications, section 4).
Use only “fresh” unleaded 95 RON grade petrol. Buy only the quantity of
petrol that you are likely to use in a month. Petrol should be stored only in
containers designed specifically for the purpose, approved and labelled as
such.
Mix the required quantity of oil with the petrol to obtain the recommended
petrol/oil ratio (see Technical Specifications, section 4).
Do not mix fuel and oil directly in the hedge trimmer’s fuel tank. Use a
suitable container and observe carefully the mixture ratio as specified in
section 4.
Always fill the fuel tank outdoors, never in an enclosed space nor close to a
flame or source of sparks or intense heat. Never smoke while handling fuel.
Never unscrew the fuel tank’s cap when the engine is running or is hot.
Pour the fuel slowly into the fuel tank with the help of a flexible spout or
funnel.
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Avoid spilling petrol by not overfilling the fuel tank. Leave a small space
beneath the tank’s rim to allow for expansion. Replace the tank cap
correctly and hand tight.
If any petrol is spilled, do not start the engine. Remove the machine from
the area of spillage and carefully wipe it dry. Do not start the machine until
all petrol vapours have fully evaporated.
Replace the cap on the fuel container and put in a safe place, away from
flames, sparks or heat sources and out of the reach of children
If you suspect a fuel leak, DO NOT start the engine. Drain the tank fully and
seek assistance from an authorised SANLI UK dealer or service agent.
3.2
Using the brush cutter
Before starting work, check that all guards and safety devices are present,
are in good condition and are functioning correctly.
Check also that the cutting components and fixings are in good condition
and secure. If necessary, replace, repair or tighten faulty or insecure
components before starting work.
Use only original replacement parts or those approved by SANLI UK.
Read carefully all of the safety procedures set out in this manual before
using the machine.
3.21 Starting the brush cutter
The starting method varies depending on whether the engine is hot or cold.
Starting a cold engine
Place the brush cutter on a sound, level surface and hold it firmly, pressed to the
ground.
Push on the priming pump until the fuel becomes visible (approx. 2 to 3 presses).
Move the Start/Stop switch to its On position, marked I (fig. 11).
Holding down the safety lever with the palm of your hand, depress the throttle
trigger and then press down on the locking button (fig. 11). Release pressure on
the throttle trigger.
With the throttle trigger held down by the locking button, move the choke control
into its closed (Start) position, as shown
(fig. 12)
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Locking
button
Start/Stop switch
Open choke
Closed choke
Pull quickly and firmly on the starter handle, keeping hold of the handle as it
returns to its rest position.
Repeat until the engine fires.
After 15 to 30 seconds with the engine running, return the choke to its open (run)
position, as shown
.
Holding the safety lever down with the palm of the hand, press the throttle
trigger with your index finger. Increasing the pressure on the throttle trigger will
raise engine speed and engage the cutting mechanism.
Starting a hot engine
NOTE: You should not need to use the choke when starting a hot or recently-run
engine.
To start a hot or recently run machine, follow the same procedure as for when
starting from cold, but do not use the choke.
If the engine does not start after four pulls on the starter handle, continue as if
the engine was cold (by using the choke).
3.22 Stopping the brush cutter
Remove all pressure from the throttle trigger.
Move the Start/Stop switch into the STOP position (marked O).
The engine and the machine will come to stop completely after a brief
moment.
3.23 Extending the cutting line in use
Hold the rotating cutting head parallel to the ground and
lightly tap the cutting head on the ground (see
illustration). The nylon spool will automatically release a
length of cutting line. If the line is too long, a blade on
the deflector guard will cut the line to its optimum
length. To avoid using too much line, do not tap the
cutting head too many times on the ground.
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3.24 Advice for cutting
Cut the grass by swinging the cutter head steadily from left to right, moving
slowly forward keeping the deflector guard parallel to the ground. Taking a
light cut is always preferable to a heavy cut as it allows the grass to be
thrown well clear of the spinning nylon spool, helping prevent it from
becoming choked with grass.
To cut tall grass, work progressively from the top down to the base of the
grass. Never cut damp grass and do not overload the machine.
To maximise the life of the nylon line, do not allow the rotating line to
continuously impact hard objects such as stones, walls and posts.
Be of kick-back when the machine’s moving parts hit a solid object.
NOTE: Regularly removing cut grass that has accumulated between the nylon
spool and the inside of the deflector guard while minimise risk of vibration.
3.25 Changing the nylon spool
Always switch off the engine and wait for the machine to come to a
complete stop before adjusting, maintaining or servicing the brush cutter.
Locate the two clips holding in place the lid of the nylon spool housing.
Using your thumb and index finger, squeeze and remove both clips and lift
off the lid (fig. 13 and 14).
Lift out the nylon spool (fig. 15).
Install a full nylon spool by reversing the above steps, not forgetting to
insert the two lines through the small metal-ringed openings on either side
of the housing. Replace and ensure that the lid is properly closed and
fastened.
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3.3
Cleaning, storage, transport and maintenance
Always switch off the engine and allow the machine to come to a complete
stop before attempting any maintenance or adjustment of the brush cutter.
3.31 Cleaning the brush cutter
Cleaning the machine after every use will help ensure that it performs with
maximum efficiency and has a long and effective working life.
Clean the surface of the machine with a soft damp cloth. Never clean the
plastic with a chemical product that might damage it.
WARNING: Never immerse the brush cutter in water or in other liquids to clean
it. Never clean the tool with a strong water jet or a high-pressure cleaner.
3.32 Storing and transporting the brush cutter
Ensure that the tool is machine safely out of the reach of children.
Store the machine in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Covering
it with a tarpaulin or plastic sheet is not recommended as this could cause
damaging condensation.
For long-term storage, empty the fuel tank into a suitable container and
then run the engine until it stops of its own accord, having used up all
remaining fuel.
3.33 Transporting and maintaining the brush cutter
Transport the brush cutter only when it has come to a complete stop with the
engine switched off.
Lubricating the cutting head’s angle adjuster
Lubricate the angle adjuster every 25 hours or
once a year. Unscrew the two cap screws (fig.
16), and apply grease through the two exposed
holes.
cap screws
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Cleaning the air filter
Remove the top of the air filter housing (item 12 on machine component
diagram).
Carefully remove the foam filter element and wash in warm water mixed with a
few drops of washing up liquid until the element is perfectly clean and all traces
of grease and dirt have disappeared.
WARNING: Never clean the filter in petrol, white spirit or any other solvent, as
these products can cause deterioration to the filter foam. Replace the filter
element if it is damaged or becomes very dirty.
Rinse the foam filter in clean water and squeeze it gently to remove excess water.
Leave the element in the open air until it is completely dry.
WARNING: Never wring the foam filter to expel water. Such action may damage
the filter.
Once dry, coat the exterior of the filter with a film of clean engine oil using a
brush.
Clean the inside of the filter box with a clean cloth and place the foam filter
element carefully back in its housing, replacing and securing the lid properly.
Spark plug maintenance
Pull off the spark plug cap then unscrew and remove the spark plug.
Remove any carbon deposits from the spark plug electrodes with a bronze wire
brush.
Check the electrode gap using a feeler gauge and reset to 0.5 mm if necessary.
If the spark plug is worn or damaged, replace with a new spark plug suitable for
the engine on your brush cutter. Your local SANLI will be able to advise on the
correct part.
Replace the spark plug, screwing it in by hand until it makes firm contact with the
cylinder head. Using the socket wrench, tighten the spark plug half-a-turn more.
NOTE: Overtightening the spark plug can cause irreversible damage to the
threads.
Replace the cap on top of the spark plug and press firmly into place.
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4. Technical Specifications
SANLI pursues a policy of continuous improvement and reserves the right to
change the design, configuration or specification of any of its products without
notice or obligation. As a result, the text and images used in this instruction
manual are provided for illustrative purposes only and may in no case serve as
a basis for any legal or other claim.
Model
GTS43
Machine type
Engine-powered brush cutter
Engine
Sanli-42,7, 2 stroke, single cylinder, air cooled
Engine displacement
42.7 cc
Power
2,800 +/-200 rpm
Maximum power
1.3 kW (1.75hp) at 8000 rpm
Fuel - Two stroke mixture
Petrol (95 RON) : Oil ratio = 40 : 1 (3% oil)
Spark plug type
Champion RC J6Y
Lubricating oil
2 stroke engine oil
Cutting diameter
40 cm
Cutting method
2 nylon lines
Cutting line diameter
2.5 mm
Nylon line feed
Downward pressure onto the ground
Cutting blade
3 teeth, 1.4mm x 255mm x 25.4mm
Guaranteed acoustic power LwA
111 dB(A)
Net weight
8.1 kg
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5. Troubleshooting
Problem
The machine does not
start/ does not run
The engine runs but the
nylon spool does not turn
Possible causes
Solution
The ‘Start/Stop’ switch is in
the STOP position
Move the switch to the
START position.
The air filter is dirty
Clean or replace the filter
The spark plug is dirty
and/or badly adjusted
Clean it and set the
electrode gap to 0.6 mm
The spark plug is old and
worn
Change the spark plug
No fuel in tank
Fill up the tank
The fuel mixture is old or of
poor quality
Drain and refill the fuel tank
with fresh 2 stroke mixture at
the correct ratio (see section 4)
The carburettor is blocked or
poorly adjusted
Contact an authorised SANLI
dealer or service agent
The exhaust pipe is blocked or
damaged
Clean or renew the exhaust
The spool is choked or
jammed by vegetation and
debris
Turn off the engine and
remove any blockage from
the spool or contact a SANLIapproved service centre
The drive to the nylon spool
is damaged or worn
Contact a SANLI-approved
service centre
The nylon spool is empty
Replace the line spool or
contact a SANLI-approved
service centre
The automatic line feed
system is blocked or
jammed
Dismantle and clean the
nylon line feed assembly or
contact a SANLI-approved
service centre
No sign of nylon cutting lines
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6. Environmental Protection
To help protect the environment, we recommend the following actions:
Use unleaded 95 RON petrol for your two-stroke fuel mixture
Use a funnel or flexible spout to avoid spilling fuel when filling the tank
Do not leave the engine running with the choke applied
Do not fill the fuel tank to the top. Leave a little space beneath the rim to allow for
fuel expansion.
Keep the air filter and the spark plug clean and in good condition.
Keep the hedge trimmer clean, properly serviced and replace any worn parts
promptly
When your machine has reached the end of its economical working life, return it to your
retailer for recycling.
7. After sales service
For more information or for after-sales service, please contact an authorised
SANLI dealer or service agent. For contact details, visit www.sanli.co.uk
An identification number can be found on the name plate affixed to the
machine and at the back of this instruction manual. Please quote this number
when contacting an authorised SANLI dealer or service agent to request a
service, repair or replacement part.
Use only original replacement parts or those approved by SANLI UK.
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8. Warranty
PLEASE REGISTER YOUR MACHINE TO VALIDATE THE WARRANTY.
To validate your warranty, please register the machine with SANLI UK as soon as possible
after its purchase by completing and returning the warranty card provided at the back of
this manual or use the form on the website at www.sanli.co.uk/register/
SANLI UK guarantees the machine (engine included) for 24 months from the date of
purchase.
SANLI UK guarantees to replace all defective parts due to a fault or manufacturing defect.
In no case will the guarantee result in a refund of hardware or direct or indirect damages.
The liability of SANLI UK cannot in any case be sought for a value higher than that of the
hedge trimmer. In particular, SANLI UK declines all liability in the event of any material or
immaterial damage caused by the machine.
To benefit from After Sales Service under guarantee, the claimant should contact an
approved After Sales Centre. For a list of SANLI UK approved After Sales Centres (authorised
dealers/service agents), visit the website www.sanli.co.uk.
Present the machine together with your proof of purchase showing the serial number or the
duly completed warranty card.
The warranty does not cover:
Improper use or use which does not conform to this operator’s manual,
Lack of maintenance
Professional or rental use
The assembly, setting up or starting of the machine.
Damage or loss resulting from the transport or movement of the machine
Damage caused by an impact or a fall
The cost of transport or packaging materials (costs incurred in shipping the machine
will not be accepted by after sales service departments)
Wearing parts or consumable items such as the cutter blade and bar, the starter
assembly, lubricating oil, air filter, spark plug, etc.)
The warranty will automatically become null and void in the event of:
Modifications made to the machine without the express permission of SANLI UK .
Mis-use which does not comply with the manual and/or any regulations in force.
The use of non-original parts or parts not approved by SANLI UK.
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EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
Fujian Jinjiang Sanli Engine Co., Ltd.
declares that the following equipment manufactured by Fujian Jinjiang Sanli Engine Co.,
Ltd conforms to the following Directive(s): 98/37/EC amended by directive 2004/26/EC on
polluting particles,2006/42/EC,2006/95/EC(low voltage directive) and 2000/14/EC on the
noise emission in the environment by equipment for use outdoors, amended by Directive
2005/88/EC.
Equipment Category – Brush cutter
Product Name/Model: Brush cutter/GTS43
Type/Serial No.: N/A
Mass in kg: 8.4kgs
Cutting Width: 40 cm
Net installed power: 42.7cc
The technical documentation is kept by:
Name:Mr.Liu Qingguo
Company: Fujian Jinjiang Sanli Engine Co.,Ltd.
Address: Wuli Industrial Park, Jinjiang,Fujian,362263 P.R.China
The conformity assessment procedure followed was in accordance with EN ISO
11806:2008 and EN ISO 3744:1995 & EN ISO 3746:1995.
And annex V of Directive 2000/14/EC amended by Directive 2005/88/EC
Notified Body:
TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH- Ridlerstrasse 65-80339 MÜnchen (Germany)
TÜV SÜD Product Service GmbH- Westendstrasse 65-80686 MÜnchen (Germany)
Measured Sound Power Level: 95dB(A)
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 114dB(A)
A copy of this certificate has been submitted to the European Commission and to EU
Member State UK.
Place of Declaration: Wuli Industrial Park, Jinjiang,Fujian,362263 P.R.China
Date: 09/12/2010
Signed by: Mr.Hu Dingsheng
Position in Company : General Engineer
Name and address of manufacturer or Authorised representative:
Fujian Jinjiang Sanli Engine Co.,Ltd.
Wuli Industrial Park, Jinjiang, Fujian, 362263,P.R.China
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Unit 200
Milton Park Estate
Abingdon
Oxfordshire
OX14 4TB
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