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RedMax PSZ2500 Specifications
T3073-93110 (004)
OWNER / OPERATOR MANUAL
POLE SAW
PSZ2500
WARNING
WARNING
The engine exhaust from this product
contains chemicals known to the State
of California to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive harm.
Before using our machine, please
read this manual carefully to
understand the proper use of your
unit.
APPLICABLE SERIAL NUMBERS :
DRIVE UNIT 000000 and up
CUTTING UNIT 000000 and up
ENGINE UNIT 000479 and up
SAFETY FIRST
Instructions contained in warnings within this
manual marked with a
symbol concern
critical points which must be taken into
consideration to prevent possible serious
bodily injury, and for this reason you are
requested to read all such instructions
carefully and follow them without fail.
■ WARNINGS IN THE MANUAL
WARNING
This mark indicates instructions which must be
followed in order to prevent accidents which could
lead to serious bodily injury or death.
IMPORTANT
This mark indicates instructions which must be
followed, or it leads to mechanical failure,
breakdown, or damage.
NOTE
This mark indicates hints or directions useful in the
use of the product.
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CONTENTS
Parts location …………………………………4
Specifications …………………………………4
Warning labels on the machine ……………5
Symbols on the machine ……………………6
For safe operation ……………………………7
Set up …………………………………………15
Fuel and chain oil ……………………………18
Operation ……………………………………20
Maintenance …………………………………23
Storage ………………………………………29
Troubleshooting guide ………………………30
Parts list ………………………………………31
1. Parts location
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8.
9.
Grip
Shoulder strap hanger
Ignition switch
Throttle cable
Throttle lever
Throttle set button
Drive shaft housing
Gear case
Chain cover
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Saw chain
Guide bar
Spark arrester
Starter knob
Fuel tank
Primer pump
Choke lever
Air cleaner cover
2. Specifications
■ PSZ2500
Overall size(LxWxH)························································ 83.9(2130)x9.8(250)x12.2(310) in(mm)
Dry weight w/o bar and chain ············································································ 11.1(5.05) lbs(kg)
Engine
Type ········································································· Air-cooled 2-stroke gasoline
Model ··························································································· Zenoah GZ25N
Displacement ··········································································· 1.6cu-in (25.4cm3)
Max. output ······················································· 1.2Hp (0.9kW)at 7500/min-1(rpm)
Idle speed ············································································ 3000±200/min-1(rpm)
Fuel ··········································································· Mixture(Gasoline 50 : Oil 1)
Carburetor ······································································· Walbro Diaphragm type
Spark plug ······················································································· NGK CMR7A
Durability period ························································································ 300 hrs
Fuel tank capacity······························································································ 22.0 fl.oz (0.65 )
Transmission··········································································· Centrifugal clutch, Rigid driveshaft
Reduction ratio ······················································································································· 0.94
Cutting head Guide bar : Type······································· OREGON DOUBLE GUARD 109666
: Size ·········································································· 12(300) in(mm)
Saw chain : Type ································································· OREGON 90SG44X
: pitch x guage ······································ 3/8x0.042(9.53x1.07) in(mm)
Sprocket············································································································ 7T
Oil pump ··························································································· Plunger type
Standard Accessories
Shoulder strap······························································································· 1 pc.
Goggle··········································································································· 1 pc.
Tool kit··········································································································· 1 pc.
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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3. Warning labels on the machine
(1) Read owner's manual before operating
this machine.
(2) Wear head, eye and ear protection.
(3) Handling this machine improperly could
result in accidents causing serious
injury or death. Read this manual
carefully and practice using the machine
until you are fully acquainted with all
operations and have learned to use it
correctly.
(4) Keep all children, bystanders and
helpers 15 meters away from the
machine.
IMPORTANT
If warning label peel off or become soiled and
impossible to read, you should contact the
dealer from which you purchased the product
to order new labels and affix them in the
required location(s).
(1) Lire le mode d’emploi avant d’utiliser
cette machine.
(2) Porter un casque de sécurité, des
lunettes de sécurité et un casque
antibruit.
(3) Lorsque cet l'appareil est utilisé
incorrectement, des accidents peuvent
entraîner des blessures graves ou
mortelles. Lire attentivement ce mode
d'emploi et s'entraîner avec le machine
pour se familiariser avec toutes les
fonctions afin de l'utiliser correctement.
(4) Interdire aux enfants ou à toute
personne de s’approcher dans un rayon
de 15 mètres de la débroussailleuse.
IMPORTANT
Si les étiquettes d’avertissement se décollent,
deviennent sales ou impossible à lire,
commander de nouvelles étiquettes auprès du
revendeur pour les remplacer.
WARNING
Never modify your machine.
We won't warrant the machine, if you use
the remodeled machine or you don't
observe the proper usage written in the
manual.
AVERTISSEMENT
Ne pas modifier la machine.
La garantie sera annulée si la machine a été
modifiée ou utilisée de manière non
conforme aux instructions de ce mode
d’emploi.
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4. Symbols on the machine
For safe operation and maintenance, symbols are
carved in relief on the machine. According to these
indications, please be careful not to take a mistake.
(a) The port to refuel the "MIX GASOLINE"
Position: FUEL TANK CAP
(b) The direction to close the choke
Position: AIR CLEANER COVER
(c) The direction to open the choke
Position: AIR CLEANER COVER
(d) If you turn the rod by screwdriver follow the
arrow to the “MAX” position, the chain oil flow
more, and if you turn to the “MIN” position, less.
Position: Bottom of the GEAR CASE
IMPORTANT ENGINE INFORMATION
THIS ENGINE MEETS U.S. EPA PH1 AND 2000
AND LATER CALIFORNIA EMISSION REGULATIONS FOR SMALL OFF-ROAD ENGINES WITH AN
EMISSION DURABILITY PERIOD OF 300 HOURS.
ENGINE FAMILY : XKZXS.0254QR
ENGINE DISPLACEMENT : 25.4cc
REFER TO OWNER’S MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS.
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INFORMATION IMPORTANTE
CONCERNANT LE MOTEUR
Ce moteur est conformc aux normcs U.S.
EPA PH1 et 2000 ainsi qu’aux autres dispositions
ultérieures de la réglementation concernant la pollution
de l’air pour les petits moteurs tout-terrain avec une
période de durabilité opour les émissions de 300 heures.
Type de moteur : XKZXS.0254QR
Cylindrée du moteur : 25,4cc
Se référer au Manuel de l’utilisateur pour les
spécifications d’entretien et les réglages.
5. For safe operation
1. Read this manual carefully until you
completely understand and follow all safety
and operating instructions.
2. Keep this manual handy so that you may refer
to it later whenever any questions arise. Also
note, if you have any questions which cannot
be answered herein, contact the dealer from
whom you purchased the product.
3. Always be sure to include this manual when
selling, lending, or otherwise transferring the
ownership of this product.
4. Never allow children or anyone unable to fully
understand the directions given in the manual
to use the machine.
■ WORKING CONDITION
1. When using the product, you should wear proper
clothing and protective equipment.
(1) Helmet
(2) Ear protectors
(3) Protection goggles or face protector
(4) Thick work gloves
(5) Non-slip-sole work boots
2. And you should carry with you.
(1) Attached tools and files
(2) Properly reserved fuel
(3) Spare guide bar and saw chain
(4) Things to notify your working area (rope,
warning signs)
(5) Whistle (for collaboration or emergency)
(6) Hatchet or saw (for removal of obstacles)
3. Do not wear loose clothing, jewelry, short
trousers, sandals, or go barefoot. Do not wear
anything which might be caught by a moving
part of the unit. Secure hair so it is above
shoulder length.
■ WORKING CIRCUMSTANCE
1. Never start the engine inside a closed room or
building. Exhaust gases contain dangerous
carbon monoxide.
2. Never use the product,
a. when the ground is slippery or when you can’t
maintain a steady posture.
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5. For safe operation
b. At night, at times of heavy fog, or at any other
times when your field of vision might be
limited and it would be difficult to gain a clear
view of the working area.
c. During rain storms, during lightning storms, at
times of strong or gale-force winds, or at any
other times when weather conditions might
make it unsafe to use the product.
■ WORKING PLAN
1. You should never use the product when under
the influence of alcohol, when suffering from
exhaustion or lack of sleep, when suffering from
drowsiness as a result of having taken cold
medicine or at any other time when a possibility
exists that your judgment might be impaired or
that you might not be able to operate the product
properly and in a safe manner.
2. When planning your work schedule, allow plenty
of time to rest. Limit the amount of time over
which the product is to be used continuously to
somewhere around 30~40 minutes per session,
and take 10~20 minutes of rest between work
sessions. Also try to keep the total amount of
work performed in a single day under 2 hours or
less.
WARNING
1. If you don’t observe the working time, or
working manner (See ■ USING THE
PRODUCT), Repetitive Stress Injury(RSI)
could occur.
If you feel discomfort, redness and swelling
of your fingers or any other part of your
body, see a doctor before getting worse.
2. To avoid noise complaints, in general,
operate product between 8a.m. and 5p.m. on
weekdays and 9a.m. to 5p.m. weekends.
NOTE
Check and follow the local regulations as to sound
level and hours of operations for the product.
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5. For safe operation
■ BEFORE STARTING THE ENGINE
1. Make sure there is always good ventilation when
operating the pruner. Fumes from engine
exhaust can cause serious injury or death.
Never run the engine indoors!
2. The area within a perimeter of 50 feet (15m) of
the person using the product should be
considered a hazardous area into which no one
should enter. If necessary yellow warning rope,
warning signs should be placed around the
perimeter of the area. When work is to be
performed simultaneously by two or more
persons, care should also be taken to constantly
look around or otherwise check for the presence
and locations of other people working so as to
maintain a distance between each person
sufficient to ensure safety.
3. Check the condition of working area to avoid any
accident by hitting hidden obstacles such as
stumps, stones, cans, or broken grass.
IMPORTANT
Remove any obstacle before beginning work.
4. Inspect the entire unit for loose fasteners and
fuel leakage. Make sure that the cutting
attachment is properly installed and securely
fastened.
5. Always use the shoulder strap. Adjust the strap
for comfort before starting the engine. The strap
should be adjusted to fit your body according as
your working posture.
■ STARTING THE ENGINE
1. Keep bystanders and animals at least 50feet
(15m) away from the operating point. If you are
approached, immediately stop the engine.
2. The product is equipped with a centrifugal clutch
mechanism, so the cutting attachment begins to
rotate as soon as the engine is started by putting
the throttle into the start position. When starting
the engine, place the product onto the ground in
a flat clear area and hold it firmly in place so as
to ensure that neither the cutting part nor the
throttle come into contact with any obstacle
when the engine starts.
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5. For safe operation
WARNING
Never place the throttle into the high speed
position when starting the engine.
3. After starting the engine, check to make sure
that the cutting attachment stops rotating when
the throttle is moved fully back to its original
position. If it continues to rotate even after the
throttle has been moved fully back, turn off the
engine and take the unit to your authorized Red
Max servicing dealer for repair.
■ USING THE PRODUCT
IMPORTANT
Cut only materials recommended by the
manufacturer. And use only for tasks explained
in the manual.
1. Grip the handles firmly with both hands using
your whole hand. Place your feet slightly apart
(slightly further apart than the width of your
shoulders) so that your weight is distributed
evenly across both legs, and always be sure to
maintain a steady, even posture while working.
2. Maintain the speed of the engine at the level
required to perform cutting work, and never raise
the speed of the engine above the level
necessary.
3. Never operate the pruner at an angle greater
than 60° in order to reduce the risk of being
struck by falling objects during operation.
4. If the unit start to shake or vibrate, turn off the
engine and check the whole unit. Do not use it
until the trouble has been properly corrected.
5. Keep all parts of your body away from rotating
cutting attachment and hot surfaces.
6. Never touch the muffler, spark plug, or other
metallic parts of the engine while the engine is in
operation or immediately after shutting down the
engine. Doing so could result in serious burns or
electrical shock.
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5. For safe operation
• IF SOMEONE COMES
1. Guard against hazardous situations at all times.
Warn adults to keep pets and children away
from the area. Be careful if you are approached.
Injury may result from flying debris.
2. If someone calls out or otherwise interrupts you
while working, always be sure to turn off the
engine before turning around.
■ MAINTENANCE
1. In order to maintain your product in proper
working order, perform the maintenance and
checking operations described in the manual at
regular intervals.
2. Always be sure to turn off the engine before
performing any maintenance or checking
procedures.
WARNING
The metallic parts reach high temperatures
immediately after stopping the engine.
3. When replacing any part, or when replacing the
oil or any lubricant, always be sure to use only
RedMax products or products which have
been certified by RedMax for use with the
RedMax product.
4. In the event that any part must be replaced or
any maintenance or repair work not described in
this manual must be performed, please contact a
representative from the store nearest RedMax
authorized servicing dealer for assistance.
5. Do not use any accessory or attachment other
than those bearing the RedMax mark and
recommended for the unit.
6. Under no circumstances should you ever take
apart the product or alter it in any way. Doing so
might result in the product becoming damaged
during operation or the product becoming unable
to operate properly.
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5. For safe operation
■ HANDLING FUEL
1. The engine of the RedMax product is designed
to run on a mixed fuel which contains highly
flammable gasoline. Never store cans of fuel or
refill the tank of the unit in any place where there
is a boiler, stove, wood fire, electrical sparks,
welding sparks, or any other source of heat or
fire which might ignite the fuel.
2. Never smoke while operating the unit or refilling
its fuel tank.
3. When refilling the tank, always turn off the
engine and allow it to cool down. Take a careful
look around to make sure that there are no
sparks or open flames anywhere nearby before
refueling.
4. Wipe spilled fuel completely using a dry rag if
any fuel spillage occurs during refueling.
5. After refueling, screw the fuel cap back tightly
onto the fuel tank and then carry the unit to a
spot 10 feet (3 m) or more away from where it
was refueled before turning on the engine.
■ TRANSPORTATION
1. Never transport the pruner nor set it down with
the engine running. An engine that's running
could be accidently accelerated causing the
chain to rotate.
2. Make sure the scabbard is in place when
transporting the pruner.
3. When carrying by hand, the chain should be
pointing backward.
4. Never transport the product over rough roads
over long distances by vehicle without removing
all fuel from the fuel tank. If doing so, fuel might
leak from the tank during transport.
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5. For safe operation
■ KICKBACK AND PINCHING SAFETY
PRECAUTIONS
Beware of kickback!
Kickback can occur whenever the tip of the guide
bar touches an object while the saw is operating.
Kickback may force the bar up and back toward the
operator with lightning-like speed!
Beware of pinching.
Pinching the saw along the tip of the guide bar may
force the bar back rapidly toward the operator.
Pinching can occur whenever wood closes in
around the moving chain.
WARNING
Both kickback and pinching may cause you to lose
control of the pole pruner which could result in
serious personal injury. Do not rely exclusively
on the safety device built into the pruner! You
must take several steps to keep your jobs free from
accident or injury:
1. Understand kickback and pinching! You can
reduce or eliminate the element of surprise.
Sudden surprises contributes to accidents.
2. Keep a firm grip on the pole pruner with both
hands whenever the engine is running. A firm
grip will help you reduce the affects of kickback
and pinching as well as maintain control of the
machine.
3. Make sure the area in which you are cutting is
free from obstructions. Do not let the nose of the
guide bar contact a log, branch, or any other
obstructions which could be hit while you
operation the pole pruner.
4. Cut at high engine speeds.
5. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for
sharpening and maintaining the chain.
6. Use only the replacement bar and chain or
equivalent as specified by the manufacturer.
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5. For safe operation
WARNING
• Make sure the chain and sprocket are correctly
adjusted before operating the pruner (see page
16,17 for adjustment procedures). Never attempt
chain adjustment with the engine running!
• Always make sure the cutting attachment is
properly installed and firmly tightened before
operation.
• Never use a cracked or warped guide bar:
replace it with a serviceable one and make sure
it fits properly.
• If a saw blade should bind fast in a cut, shut off
the engine immediately. Push the branch or tree
to ease the bind and free the blade.
• Do not operate the pole pruner with the muffler
removed.
• When cutting a limb that is under tension, be
alert for springback so that you will not be struck
by the moving limb.
• Always stop the engine immediately and check
for damage if you strike a foreign object or if the
machine becomes tangled. Do not operate with
broken or damaged equipment.
IMPORTANT
• Do not make unauthorized modifications or
substitutions to the guide bar or chain.
• Never allow the engine to run at high RPM
without a load. Doing so could damage the
engine.
• Keep the pruner as clean as possible. Keep it
free of loose vegetation, mud, etc.
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6. Set up
■ MOUNTING ENGINE (SE1)
1. Push the driveshaft housing toward the clutch
housing and rotate it by hand to check that the
driveshaft is engaged with the gears.
2. Insert the driveshaft housing into the clutch
housing until it bottoms, and align the positioning
holes on the clutch housing and the shaft tube
and install the screw. When difficult to engage,
twist the engine slightly.
3. Fasten the clamp securely with two screws.
SE1
IMPORTANT
Tighten the screws gradually by turns.
SE2
■ CONNECTING THROTTLE WIRE
1. Remove the air cleaner cover.
2. Connect the end of the throttle wire to the joint
on the top of the carburetor. (SE2)
■ CONNECTING SWITCH WIRES
• Connect the switch wires between the engine
and the main unit. Pair the wires of the same
color.
SE3
(1)
(2)
(3)
■ ATTACHING THE PRUNING MECHANISM (SE3)
1. Remove the cap on the end of the main pipe.
2. Remove the screw screwed into the end of the
gear case.
3. Insert the end of the gear case into the main
pipe.
4. Line up the hole on the end of the gear case into
which the screw is to be inserted with the hole
on the main pipe, and screw the screw firmly in.
5. Using a wrench, screw in the bolt provided to fix
the mechanism into place.
(4)
(5)
(1) Main pipe
(2) Gear case
(3) Screw hole
(4) Fastening bolt
(5) Bolt
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6. Set up
SE4
SE5
A standard package contains the items as shown
below. (SE4)
(1) Guide bar
(2) Saw chain
(3) Gase case
(4) Sprocket
(5) Chain tension adjust screw
(6) Nut
(7) Chain tensioner nut
(8) Chain cover
Install the guide bar and the saw chain on the gear
case as follows.
WARNING
The saw chain has very sharp edges. Use
protective gloves for safety.
1. Loosen a nut and remove the chain cover.
2. Mount the guide bar then fit the saw chain
around the bar and sprocket.(SE5)
SE6
WARNING
Pay attention to the correct direction of the saw
chain
3. Fit the chain tensioner nut into the lower hole of
the guide bar, then install the chain cover, and
fasten the mounting nut to finger tightness.
(SE5)(SE6)
(1) Hole
(2) Moving direction
(3) Chain tensioner nut
SE7
4. Adjust the chain tension by turning the tensioner
screw until the tie straps just touch the bottom
side of the bar rail. (SE7)
(1) Chain tension adjusting screw
(a) Loosen
(b) Tighten
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6. Set up
SE8
5. Tighten the mounting nut securely with the
bar tip held up (SE8)(TORQUE: 8.9~11.7
N.m./90~120 kg-cm). Then check the
chain for smooth rotation and correct
tension while moving it by hand. If
necessary, readjustment.
(1) Tighten
WARNING
It is very important to maintain the proper
chain tension. Rapid wear of the guide
bar or the chain coming off easily can be
caused by improper tension. Especially
when using a new chain, take good care
of it since it should expand when first
used.
■ BALANCE UNIT
1. Put on strap and attach unit to strap.
2. Depending on the working posture, slide
clamp up or down until unit balances and
the strap fits your body.
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7. Fuel and chain oil
WARNING
• Gasoline is very flammable. Avoid smoking
or bringing any flame or sparks near fuel.
Make sure to stop the engine and allow it
cool before refueling the unit. Select outdoor
bare ground for fueling and move at least
3m(10ft) away from the fueling point before
starting the engine.
• The RedMax engines are lubricated by oil
specially formulated for air-cooled 2-cycle
gasoline engine use. If RedMax oil is not
available, use an anti-oxidant added quality oil
expressly labeled for air-cooled 2-cycle engine
use. (JASO FC GRADE OIL or ISO EGC
GRADE)
RECOMMENDED MIXING RATIO
GASOLINE 50:OIL 1
50:1 MIXING CHART
GASOLINE gal. 1
2
3
4
5
2-CYCLE OIL fl.oz 2.6 5.2 7.8 10.4 13
GASOLINE liter
2-CYCLE OIL ml
1
20
2
40
3
60
4
80
5
100
• Exhaust emission are controlled by the
fundamental engine parameters and
components(eq., carburation, ignition timing
and port timing) without addition of any
major hardware or the introduction of an
inert material during combustion.
• These engines are certified to operate on
unleaded gasoline.
• Make sure to use gasoline with a minimum
octane number of 90 ROZ(USA/Canada : pump
octane min.87)
• Unleaded gasoline is recommended to reduce
the contamination of the air for the sake of your
health and the environment.
• Poor quality gasolines or oils may damage
sealing rings, fuel lines or fuel tank of the
engine.
■ HOW TO MIX FUEL
1. Measure out the quantities of gasoline and oil to
be mixed.
2. Put some of the gasoline into a clean, approved
fuel container.
3. Pour in all of the oil and agitate well.
4. Pour in the rest of gasoline and agitate again for
at least one minute.
5. Put a clear indication on the outside of the
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7. Fuel and chain oil
container to avoid mixing up with gasoline or
other containers.
6. Indicate the contents on outside of container for
easy identification.
■ FUELING THE UNIT
1. Untwist and remove the fuel cap. Rest the cap
on a dustless place.
2. Put fuel into the fuel tank to 80% of the full
capacity.
3. Fasten the fuel cap securely and wipe up any
fuel spillage around the unit.
WARNING
1. Select bare ground for fueling.
2. Move at least 10 feet (3 meters) away from the
fueling point before starting the engine.
3. Stop the engine before refueling the unit.
FOR YOUR ENGINE LIFE, AVOID;
1. FUEL WITH NO OIL(RAW GASOLINE) – It will
cause severe damage to the internal engine
parts very quickly.
2. GASOHOL – It can cause deterioration of rubber
and/or plastic parts and disruption of engine
lubrication.
3. OIL FOR 4-CYCLE ENGINE USE or WATER
COOLED 2-CYCLE ENGINE USE – It can
cause spark plug fouling, exhaust port blocking,
or piston ring sticking.
4. Mixed fuels which have been left unused for
a period of one month or more may clog the
carburetor and result in the engine failing to
operate properly.
■ CHAIN OIL
Use motor oil SAE #10W-30 all year round or SAE
#30~#40 in summer and SAE #20 in winter.
NOTE
Do not use wasted or regenerated oil that can
cause damage to the oil pump.
❲ 19 ❳
8. Operation
■ STARTING ENGINE
OP1
WARNING
OP2
OP3
(3)
(4)
(5)
The cutting head will start rotating upon the
engine starts.
1. Feed fuel and chain oil into their respective
tanks and tighten the caps securely. (OP1)
2. Rest the unit on a flat, firm place. Keep the
cutting head off the ground and clear of
surrounding objects as it will start rotating upon
starting of the engine.
3. Push the primer pump several times until
overflown fuel flows out in the clear tube. (OP2)
4. Move the choke lever to the closed position.
(OP3)
5. Set the ignition switch to the “start” position.
While pulling the throttle lever, push the set
button, and release the throttle, then the throttle
lever is in to the “start” position. (OP4)
6. While holding the unit firmly, pull out the starter
rope quickly until engine fires. (OP5)
(1) fuel (2) chain oil (3) choke lever (4) close
(5) open (6) ignition switch (7) start (8) stop
(9) throttle set button
IMPORTANT
• Avoid pulling the rope to its end or returning it by
releasing the knob. Such actions can cause
starter failures.
OP4
(7)
7. Move the choke lever downward to open the
choke. And restart engine. (OP3)
8. Allow the engine to warm up for a several
minutes before starting operation.
(8)
(6)
(9)
OP5
❲ 20 ❳
NOTE
1. When restarting the engine immediately after
stopping it, leave the choke open.
2. Overchoking can make the engine hard to start
due to excess fuel. When the engine failed to
start after several attempts, open the choke and
repeat pulling the rope, or remove the spark plug
and dry it.
8. Operation
■ STOPPING ENGINE (OP4)
1. Release the throttle lever and run the engine for
a half minute.
2. Shift the ignition switch to the STOP position.
IMPORTANT
• Except for an emergency, avoid stopping the
engine while pulling the throttle lever.
OP6
■ CHECKING OIL SUPPLY
After starting the engine, run the chain at medium
speed and see if chain oil is scattered off as shown
in the figure. (OP6)
(1) Chain oil
NOTE
The oil reservoir has a capacity sufficient to provide
about 40 minutes of cutting time (when set to
deliver the minimum flow rate, or about as long as
you'll get from a tank of fuel). Be sure to refill the oil
tank every time when refueling the saw.
■ ADJUSTING OIL FLOW RATE
WARNING
Never fill the oil reservoir nor adjust the oiler
with the engine running.
IMPORTANT
An increase in bar oil flow rate will speed oil
consumption, requiring more frequent checks on
the oil reservoir. To ensure sufficient lubrication, It
may be necessary to check the oil level more
frequently than at fuel tank refills.
The guide bar and chain are lubricated
automatically by a pump that operates whenever
the chain rotates. The pump is set at the factory to
deliver a minimum flow rate, but it can be adjusted
in the field. A temporary increase in oil flow is often
desirable when cutting things like hardwood or
wood with a lot of pitch.
❲ 21 ❳
8. Operation
Adjust the pump as follows:
1. Stop the engine and make sure the stop switch
is in the OFF position.
2. Place the unit on its side with the oil reservoir
up. (OP7)
(1) Oil tank (2) Chain cover
OP7
IMPORTANT
The oil flow adjusting screw must be pressed in
slightly in order to turn. Failure to do so could
damage the pump and screw.
3. With a screwdriver, push in on the oil flow rate
adjusting screw and turn in the desired direction
(there are three incremental settings):
(a) Clockwise-decrease lubrication.
(b) Counter clockwise-increase lubrication.
(c) Middle
OP8
.04 in
(1~2mm)
■ ADJUSTING THROTTLE CABLE
• The normal play is 1 or 2mm when measured at
the carburetor side end. Readjust with the cable
adjuster as required. (OP8)
(1) cable adjuster
(1)
■ ADJUSTING IDLING SPEED (OP9)
1. When the engine tends stop frequently at idling
mode, turn the adjusting screw clockwise.
2. When the cutting head keeps rotating after
releasing the trigger, turn the adjusting screw
counter-clockwise.
(1) idle adjusting screw
OP9
NOTE
(1)
• Warm up the engine before adjusting the idling
speed.
WARNING
• Always wear work gloves made of leather or
some other sturdy material when using the
polesaw.
• Falling branches may fall onto the face or
into the eyes, resulting in injuries, scratches,
and cuts, and for this reason you should
always be sure to wear a helmet and face
protector when using your polesaw.
❲ 22 ❳
9. Maintenance
CUTTING UNIT
SHAFT
ENGINE
■ MAINTENANCE CHART
every every every
25
50
100
system/compornent
procedure
before hours hours hours note
use after after after
fuel leaks, fuel spillage
wipe out
✔
fuel tank, air filter, fuel filter
inspect/clean
✔
✔
replace, if necessary
see ■ADJUSTING
replace carburetor
idle adjusting screw
✔
IDLING SPEED (p.22)
if necessary
clean and readjust
GAP: .025in(0.6~0.7mm)
spark plug
✔
plug gap
replace, if necessary
cylinder fins, intake air cooling vent clean
✔
muffler, spark arrester, cylinder exhaust port clean
✔
throttle lever, ignition switch
check operation
✔
gear case
grease
✔
screws/nuts/bolts
tighten/replace
✔
✔
not adjusting screws
oiling port
clean
✔
guide bar
clean
✔
sprocket
inspect/replace
✔
saw chain
inspect/sharp
✔
MA1
(1)
■ OILING PORT
Dismount the guide bar and check the oiling port
for clogging. (MA1)
(1) Oiling port
MA2
■ GUIDE BAR
Remove sawdust in the bar groove and the oiling
port. (MA2)
(1) Groove
(2) Oiling port
MA3
(Type: Sprocket nose)
Grease the nose sprocket from the feeding port on
the tip of the bar. (MA3)
(1) Grease port
(2) Sprocket
❲ 23 ❳
9. Maintenance
MA4
MA5
The bar rail should always be a square.
Check for wear of the bar rail. Apply a ruler
to the bar and the outside of a cutter. If a
gap is observed between them, the rail is
normal. Otherwise, the bar rail is worn. Such
a bar needs to be corrected or
replaced.(MA4)
(1) Ruler
(2) Gap
(3) No gap
(4) Chain tilts
■ SPROCKET
Check for extensive wear, and replace it
when the teeth are worn over 0.3mm. (MA5)
(1) Sprocket
■ SAW CHAIN
WARNING
It is very important for smooth and safe
operation to keep the cutters always
sharp.
MA6
Your cutters need to be sharpened when:
• Sawdust becomes powder-like.
• You need extra force to saw in.
• The cut way does not go straight.
• Vibration increases.
• Fuel consumption increases.
Cutter setting standards:
WARNING
Be sure to wear safety gloves.
Before filing:
• Make sure the saw chain is held securely.
• Make sure the engine is stopped.
• Use a round file of proper size for your
chain.
Chain type :
90SG
File size :
5/32 in (4.0mm)
❲ 24 ❳
9. Maintenance
MA7
Place your file on the cutter and push straight
forward. Keep the file position as illustrated. (MA6)
After every cutter has been set, check the depth
gauge and file it to the proper level as illustrated.
(MA7)
WARNING
Be sure to round off the front edge to reduce
the chance of kickback or tie-strap breakage.
(1) Appropriate gauge checker
(2) Make the shoulder round
(3) Depth gauge standard
MA8
Make sure every cutter has the same length and
edge angles as illustrated. (MA8)
(4) Cutter length
(5) Filing angle
(6) Side plate angle
(7) Top plate cutting angle
❲ 25 ❳
9. Maintenance
■ GEAR CASE
The reduction gears are lubricated by
multipurpose, lithium-based grease in the
gearcase.
Supply new grease every 25 hours of use or more
often depending on the job condition.
When adding lubricant, use a grease gun to insert
lubricant into the three grease nipples located on
the gear case. (MA9)
MA9
(1) Grease fitting
WARNING
• Make sure that the engine has stopped and is
cool before performing any service to the
machine. Contact with moving cutting head
or hot muffler may result in a personal injury.
MA10
(1)
■ AIR FILTER
• The air filter, if clogged, will reduce the engine
performance. Check and clean the filter element
in warm, soapy water as required. Dry
completely before installing. If the element is
broken or shrunk, replace with a new one.
(MA10)
(1) air filter
MA11
■ FUEL FILTER
• When the engine runs short of fuel supply, check
the fuel cap and the fuel filter for blockage.
(MA11)
(1)
❲ 26 ❳
(1) fuel filter
9. Maintenance
■ SPARK PLUG
• Starting failure and mis-firing are often caused
by a fouled spark plug. Clean the spark plug and
check that the plug gap is in the correct range.
For a replacement plug, use the correct type
specified by RedMax. (MA12)
• REPLACEMENT PLUG IS A NGK CMR7A.
MA12
.025 in
0.655mm
IMPORTANT
• Note that using any spark plug other than those
designated may result in the engine failing to
operate properly or in the engine becoming
overheated and damaged.
• To install the spark plug, first turn the plug until it
is finger tight, then tighten it a quarter turn more
with a socket wrench.
TIGHTENING TORQUE:
87~104 in-lbs
(9.8~11.8 N.m.)
■ MUFFLER
WARNING
• Inspect periodically, the muffler for loose
fasteners, any damage or corrosion. If any sign
of exhaust leakage is found, stop using the
machine and have it repaired immediately.
• Note that failing to do so may result in the
engine catching on fire.
MA13
(1)
■ SPARK ARRESTER
• The muffler is equipped with a spark arrester to
prevent red hot carbon from flying out of the
exhaust outlet. Periodically inspect and clean as
necessary with a wire brush. In the State of
California it is required by law (Section 4442 of
the California Public Resources Code) to equip a
spark arrester when a gas powered tool is used
in any forest covered, brush covered, or grass
covered unimproved land. (MA13)
(1) spark arrester
❲ 27 ❳
9. Maintenance
■ INTAKE AIR COOLING VENT
WARNING
• Never touch the cylinder, muffler, or spark
plugs with your bare hands immediately after
stopping the engine. The engine can
become very hot when in operation, and
doing so could result in severe burns.
• When checking the machine to make sure
that it is okay before using it, check the area
around the muffler and remove any wood
chips or leaves which have attached
themselves to the pole saw. Failing to do so
could cause the muffler to become
overheated, and that this in turn could cause
the engine to catch on fire. Always make
sure that the muffler is clean and free of
wood chips, leaves, and other waste before
use.
• Check the intake air cooling vent and the area
around the cylinder cooling fins after every 25
hours of use for blockage, and remove any
waste which has attached itself to the pole saw.
Note that it is necessary to remove the engine
cover shown in (MA14) in order to be able to
view the upper part of the cylinder.
MA14
(2)
MA15
❲ 28 ❳
(1)
IMPORTANT
• If waste gets stuck and causes blockage around
the intake air cooling vent or between the
cylinder fins, it may cause the engine to
overheat, and that in turn may cause mechanical
failure on the part of the pole saw. (MA14)
(1) cylinder
(2) intake air cooling vent (back)
■ PROCEDURES TO BE PERFORMED AFTER
EVERY 100 HOURS OF USE
1. Remove the muffler, insert a screwdriver into the
vent, and wipe away any carbon buildup. Wipe
away any carbon buildup on the muffler exhaust
vent and cylinder exhaust port at the same time.
(MA15)
2. Tighten all screws, bolts, and fittings.
3. Check to see if any oil or grease has worked its
way in between the clutch lining and drum, and if
it has wipe it away using oil-free, lead-free
gasoline.
10. Storage
• Aged fuel is one of major causes of engine
starting failure. Before storing the unit, empty the
fuel tank and run the engine until it uses all the
fuel left in the fuel line and the carburetor. Store
the unit indoor taking necessary measures for
rust prevention.
❲ 29 ❳
11. Troubleshooting guide
Case 1. Starting failure
CHECK
fuel tank
fuel filter
carburetor adjustment screw
sparking (no spark)
spark plug
➞
➞
➞
➞
➞
➞
PROBABLE CAUSES
incorrect fuel
fuel filter is clogged
out of normal range
spark plug is fouled/wet
plug gap is incorrect
disconnected
➞
➞
➞
➞
➞
➞
ACTION
drain it and with correct fuel
clean
adjust to normal range
clean/dry
correct (GAP: 0.6~0.7mm)
retighten
Case 2. Engine starts but does not keep running/Hard re-starting.
CHECK
fuel tank
carburetor adjustment screw
muffler,cylinder (exhaust port)
air cleaner
cylinder fin, fan cover
➞
➞
➞
➞
➞
PROBABLE CAUSES
incorrect fuel or staled fuel
out of normal range
carbon is built-up
clogged with dust
clogged with dust
➞
➞
➞
➞
➞
ACTION
drain it and with correct fuel
adjust to normal range
wipe away
wash
clean
When your unit seems to need further service, please consult with our RedMax service shop in your area.
❲ 30 ❳
12. Parts list
POLE SAW
PSZ2500
NOTE :
1. Use KOMATSU ZENOAH genuine parts as specified in the parts list for repair and/or
replacement.
2. KOMATSU ZENOAH does not warrant the machines, which have been damaged by the
use of any parts other than those specified by the company.
3. When placing parts orders for repair and/or replacement, check if the model name and the
serial number are applicable to those specified in the parts list, then use parts number
described in the parts list.
4. The contents described in the parts list may change due to improvement.
5. The parts for the machine shall be supplied seven (7) years after the machine is
discontinued. [It is possible that some specific parts may be subject to change of their
delivery term and list price within the limit of ten (7) years after the machine is
discontinued. It is also possible that some parts may be available even after the limit of
seven (7) years.]
APPLICABLE SERIAL NUMBERS :
DRIVE UNIT 000000 and up
CUTTING UNIT 000000 and up
Feb. 2000
ENGINE UNIT 000479 and up
❲ 31 ❳
12. Parts list
Fig.1 DRIVE UNIT PSZ2500 (S/N 000000 and up)
Fig.2 CUTTING UNIT PSZ2500 (S/N 000000 and up)
❲ 32 ❳
Fig.1 DRIVE UNIT PSZ2500 (S/N 000000 and up)
Key#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Description
PIPE-COMP
SHAFT
GRIP
LEVER-COMP
• LEVER
• CORD(A)
• CORD(B)
TUBE
CABLE-COMP
HANGER-ASS’Y
• HANGER-COMP
• • HANGER
• • CLAMP
• • SLEEVE
• SCREW
Part Number
Q'ty
Key#
T3002-12100
3520-12212
3577-32141
T3002-12200
6110-14410
T3002-12220
T3002-12230
T3002-12240
T3002-83100
6420-17300
6420-17400
9366-17110
9366-17120
6420-17410
0263-90525
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Description
NAME-PLATE
CAUTION-PLATE
HANDLE-ASS’Y
• HANDLE
• CLAMP
• SCREW
STRAP-ASS’Y
TOOL-SET
• DRIVER
• SOCKET
• WRENCH
• SPANNER
• BAR
GOGGLE
Part Number
Q'ty
T3073-12510
6425-12552
6420-14100
6420-14311
6420-14320
0263-90535
T3002-17200
T3002-91000
1030-91340
T3002-91310
09007-00425
3540-91120
3540-91110
T3002-91190
1
1
1
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
Part Number
Q'ty
06002-00609
3210-13330
04065-02412
T3073-13530
T3073-13540
T3073-13590
T3073-13350
T3073-13360
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
109666
1
90SG44X
1
Fig.2 CUTTING UNIT PSZ2500 (S/N 000000 and up)
Key#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
Description
GEAR CASE (L)COMP
• BEARING
GEAR CASE (R)COMP
• BEARING
BOLT
FITTING
SCREW, tensioner
NUT, tensioner
BOLT
SIM
BOLT
CHAIN COVER
NUT
WARM GEAR
OIL PUMP ASS’Y
SCREW
GASKET
OIL PIPE ASS’Y
• OIL PIPE
• FILTER
OIL TANK ASS’Y
• COLLAR
• VALVE
SCREW
OIL CAP ASS’Y
• GASKET OIL CAP
GEAR SHAFT
BEVEL, pinion
BEARING
Part Number
Q'ty
Key#
T3073-13100
06004-06001
T3073-13200
06002-00627
01252-30512
3199-13350
T3073-13310
T3073-13320
01252-30630
T3073-13250
3245-11350
T3073-13510
T3073-13520
T3073-13560
T3073-13550
0263-30410
T3073-13580
T3073-13700
T3073-13710
T3073-13720
T3073-13800
T3073-13820
T3073-13830
T3073-13860
T3073-13900
T3073-13920
T3073-13370
T3073-13380
06000-00609
1
1
1
2
5
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
Description
BEARING
SNAP RING
SNAP RING
COLLAR
SPROCKET
LABEL
WASHER
SCREW
BAR 12”
OREGON
CHAIN
OREGON
❲ 33 ❳
12. Parts list
Fig.3 ENGINE UNIT PSZ2500 (S/N 000479 and up)
❲ 34 ❳
Fig.3 ENGINE UNIT PSZ2500 (S/N 000479 and up)
Key#
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
Description
CYLINDER
GASKET, base
BOLT
INSULATOR
GASKET, insulator
GASKET, carburetor
SCREW
REEDVALVE (S)-A
• VALVECASE (S)
• REEDVALVE
• STOPPER
• SCREW
PIRE AIR (S)
REEDVALVE (F)-A
• VALVECASE (F)
• REEDVALVE
• STOPPER
• SCREW
PIPE AIR (F)
GASKET, valve
SCREW
CRANKCASE-C
• PIN
GASKET
BEARING
SEAL
SEAL
SNAP RING
BOLT
GUARD
SCREW
PISTON
RING
PIN
RING
BEARING
WASHER
CRANKSHAFT-O
NUT
KEY
ROTOR
COIL-A
• CORD
• CAP
SPACER
BOLT
CARBURETOR ASS'Y
• REBUILD KIT
• • BODY ASS'Y
• • • SCREEN
• • • VALVE
• • • SPRING
• • • SCREW
• • • PIN
• • • LEVER
• • GASKET KIT
• • • DIAPHRAGM
• • • GASKET, diaphragm
• • • DIAPHRAGM, pump
• • • GASKET, pump
• • • RING
• BODY, purge
• COVER, pump
• PUMP, priming
• JET
• O-RING
• RING
• SWIVEL
• VALVE ASS'Y
• SCREW
• BRACKET
Part Number
4810-12111
4810-12210
1850-12130
4810-13161
4810-13120
4810-13130
00263-90520
4810-16100
4810-16110
4810-16120
4810-16130
4810-16170
4810-16150
4810-16200
4810-16210
4810-16120
4810-16130
4810-16170
4810-16160
4810-16140
4810-16180
4810-21100
2629-21130
4810-21140
06030-06001
4810-21210
1850-21220
04065-02812
01252-30530
4810-22110
00263-90510
4810-41110
5910-41210
1600-41310
1260-41320
1140-41330
1101-41340
4810-42000
1650-43230
1000-43240
5501-71110
4810-71200
4810-71220
2616-71320
1260-71261
4500-72150
4810-81001
4810-06030
4810-81450
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4810-06020
–––––––––
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–––––––––
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4810-81130
1850-81490
1850-81520
1751-81510
4810-81250
1751-81240
1751-81130
1881-81140
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1752-81110
5500-81120
Q'ty
Key#
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
6
1
3
1
2
1
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
–
–
–
–
–
–
1
–
–
–
–
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
–
2
1
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
Description
• NUT, adjuster
• SCREW, adjuster
• SCREW
• WASHER
SCREW
MUFFLER ASS’Y
• MUFFLER
• ARRESTER
BOLT
GASKET
COVER-A
• COVER-C
• • COVER, fan
• • DRUM
• • SNAPRING
• • BEARING
• • SNAP RING
• BRACKET (A)
• BRACKET (B)
• CUSHION
• BOLT
• BOLT
SCREW
SCREW
COVER, engine
PLATE
SCREW
SHOE
SPRING
SCREW
WASHER
WASHER
CAP
SPRING
CORD
CORD, carth
TUBE
PLUG
GROMMET
RECOIL ASS'Y
• REEL
• SCREW
• SPRING, spiral
• COLLAF
• ARM
• ROPE
• KNOB
• PLATE, stopper
PULLEY
SCREW
BODY ASS'Y
• PLATE, choke
• LEVER, choke
• SCREW
ELEMENT
SCREEN
COVER ASS'Y
• KNOB
TANK ASS'Y
• CAP ASS'Y
• • HOLDER-A
• • PACKING
• PIPE COMP.
• FLTER ASS'Y
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SCREW
LABEL, recoil
LABEL, cover
GUARD
SCREW
CLIP
Part Number
1751-81180
1918-81170
1850-81530
5500-81160
00263-90560
4810-15100
4810-15111
4810-15140
01252-30550
4810-15410
4810-31000
4810-31100
4810-31110
4810-31120
04065-02812
06004-06001
04064-01210
6470-31211
6470-31221
6470-31230
01252-30530
01252-30514
5500-85510
00263-90520
4810-32111
4810-12310
00263-90510
1140-51111
1600-51223
1140-51250
1140-51230
1970-51241
4810-72110
1900-72120
4810-71240
4810-71250
2850-71320
4810-73110
4810-72120
4810-75100
4500-75120
4500-75150
1850-75130
4500-75180
4500-75190
4810-75160
3330-75421
4810-75170
4500-75210
5500-85510
4810-82100
4810-82130
5500-82140
2630-33610
4810-82170
4810-82180
4810-82200
5500-82221
4810-87000
4500-85200
4500-85300
4500-85220
4810-85300
5500-85400
1260-85460
5500-85510
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4810-31911
00263-90525
1950-86120
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❲ 35 ❳
CALIFORNIA EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT
YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS
The California Air Resources Board and KOMATSU ZENOAH are pleased to explain the
emission control system warranty on your 1995 and later small off-road engine. In California,
new small off-road engines must be designed, built and equipped to meet the state’s stringent
anti-smog standards. KOMATSU ZENOAH must warrant the emission control system on your
small off-road engine for the periods of time listed below provided there has been no abuse,
neglect or improper maintenance of your small off-road engine.
Your emission control system may include parts such as the carburetor and the ignition system.
Where a warrantable condition exists, KOMATSU ZENOAH will repair your small off-road engine
at no cost to you including diagnosis, parts and labor.
Manufacturer’s warranty coverage:
The 1995 and later small off-road engines are warranted for two years. If any emissionrelated part on your engine is defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by
KOMATSU ZENOAH.
Owner’s warranty responsibilities:
– As the small off-road engine owner, you are responsible for the performance of the
required maintenance listed in your owner’s manual. KOMATSU ZENOAH
recommends that you retain all receipts covering maintenance on your small off-road
engine, but KOMATSU ZENOAH can not deny warranty solely for the lack of receipts or
for your failure to ensure the performance of all scheduled maintenance.
– As the small off-road engine owner, you should be aware, however, that KOMATSU
ZENOAH may deny you warranty coverage if your small off-road engine or a part has
failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance or unapproved modification.
– You are responsible for presenting your small off-road engine to a KOMATSU ZENOAH
distribution center as soon as a problem exists. The warranty repairs should be
completed in e reasonable amount of time, not to exceed 30 days.
If you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should
contact KOMATSU ZENOAH AMERICA INC. at (770)-381-5147 or you can write to
KOMATSU ZENOAH AMERICA INC.
4344 Shackleford Road Suite 500
Norcross, Georgia 30093
Red Max POLE SAW
MODEL PSZ2500
2-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
EMISSION-RELATED PARTS, FOR TWO (2) YEARS FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL DELIVERY OF THE MODEL
PSZ2500, UNIT, KOMATSU ZENOAH AMERICA INC. (THE COMPANY),
THROUGH ANY RedMax DEALER, WILL REPAIR OR REPLACE, FREE OF CHARGE, FOR THE ORIGINAL AND EACH
SUBSEQUENT PURCHASER, ANY PART OR PARTS FOUND TO BE DEFECTIVE IN MATERIAL AND/OR
WORKMANSHIP. EMISSION-RELATED PARTS ARE:
THE CARBURETOR ASSY, COIL ASSY, ROTOR, SPARKPLUG,
AIR FILTER, FUEL FILTER, INTAKE MANIFOLD, AND THE GASKETS
ALL OTHER PARTS EXCEPT ABOVE PARTS, FOR TWO (2) YEARS OF HOME USE [ ONE (1) YEAR FOR ANY OTHER
USE ] FROM THE DATE OF ORIGINAL ANY DELIVERY OF THE MODEL PSZ2500 UNIT, THE COMPANY,
THROUGH ANY RedMax DEALER, WILL REPAIR OR REPLACE, FREE OF CHARGE, FOR THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER,
ANY PART OF PARTS FOUND TO BE DEFECTIVE IN MATERIAL AND/OR WORKMANSHIP. THIS IS THE EXCLUSIVE
REMEDY.
THE PURCHASER SHALL BEAR COSTS OF TRANSPORTING THE UNIT TO AND FROM THE RedMax DEALER.
THE PURCHASER 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 THE RedMax DEALER.
THE PURCHASER OR OWNER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE PERFORMANCE OF THE REQUIRED MAINTENANCE AS
DEFINED BY THE MANUFACTURER IN THE OWNER/OPERATOR MANUAL.
ANY WARRANTED PART WHICH IS NOT SCHEDULED FOR REPLACEMENT AS REQUIRED MAINTENANCE, OR
WHICH IS 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 REPLACEMNET POINT FOR THE PART.
ANY REPLACEMENT PART THAT IS EQUIVALENT IN PERFORMANCE AND DULABILITY MAY BE USED IN NONWARRANTY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS, AND SHALL NOT REDUCE THE WARRANTY OBLIGATION OF THE
COMPANY.
THE COMPANY IS LIABLE FOR DAMAGES TO OTHER ENGINE COMPONENTS CAUSED BY THE FAIRURE OF A
WARRANTED PARTS STILL UNDER WARRANTY.
THE WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY TO THOSE UNITS WHICH HAVE BEEN DAMAGED BY NEGLIGENCE OF
INSTRUCTION LISTED IN THE OWNER/OPERATOR MANUAL FOR PROPER USE AND MAINTENANCE OF THE UNITS,
ACCIDENT MISHANDLING, ALTERATION, ABUSE, IMPROPER LUBULICATION, USE OF ANY PARTS OR ACCESSARIES
OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED BY THE COMPANY, OR OTHER CAUSES BEYOND THE CONPANY'S CONTROL.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER THOSE PARTS REPLACED BY NORMAL WEAR OR HARMLESS CHANGES IN
THEIR APPEARANCE.
THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES.
IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING THOSE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
ARE LIMITED TO TWO (2) YEARS OF HOME USE [ ONE (1) YEAR FOR ANY OTHER USE ] FROM THE ORIGINAL
DELIVERY DATE.
LIABILITIES FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGE UNDER ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES
ARE EXCLUDED.
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATION ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS OR EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMINATION OR EXCLUSION MAY
NOT APPLY TO YOU.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY
FROM STATE TO STATE.
IF YOU NEED TO OBTAIN INFORMATION ABOUT THE NEAREST SERVICE CENTER, PLEASE CALL KOMATSU
ZENOAH AMERICA INC. AT (770)-381-5147.
IMPORTANT: YOU WILL RECEIVE A WARRANTY REGISTRATION CARD AT TIME OF PURCHASE.PLEASE FILL
OUT THE CARD AND SEND IT TO RedMax / KOMATSU ZENOA AMERICA WITHIN SEVEN (7) DAYS.BE SURE TO KEEP
A COPY FOR YOUR RECORDS.
KOMATSU ZENOAH AMERICA INC.
4344 Shackleford Road Suite 500
Norcross, Georgia 30093
RedMax POLE SAW
Modèle PSZ2500
Garantie limitée à 2 ans
Pièces en rapport avec les émissions de gaz d'échappement : KOMATSU ZENOAH AMERICA INC., par
l'intermédiaire de n'importe quel revendeur RedMax, réparera gratuitement ou remplacera gratuitement pour
l'acheteur initial et chaque acheteur successif toute(s) pièce(s) se révélant de constitution et/ou de montage
défectueux pendant deux (2) ans à compter de la date initiale de livraison d’une unité du modèle PSZ2500. Les
pièces en rapport avec les émissions de gaz d'échappement sont:
l'assemblage carburateur, l'assemblage bobine, le rotor, la bougie,
le filtre à air, le filtre à carburant, la tubulure d'admission et les joints
Toutes autres pièces exceptées celles mentionnées ci-dessus : La société, par l'intermédiaire de n'importe quel
revendeur RedMax, réparera gratuitement ou remplacera gratuitement pour l'acheteur initial toute(s) pièce (s) se
révélant de constitution et/ou de montage défectueux pendant deux (2) ans en cas d’utilisation privée [un (1) an pour
toute autre utilisation] à compter de la date de livraison initiale d’une unité du modèle PSZ2500. Telles sont les
limites de la garantie.
Le coût du transport de l'unité jusqu'au revendeur RedMax et depuis celui-ci sera à la charge de l'acheteur.
L'acheteur ne supportera pas le coût de main d'oeuvre du diagnostic qui amène à la conclusion qu'une pièce
garantie est défectueuse, si ce diagnostic est effectué chez le revendeur RedMax.
L’acheteur ou propriétaire a pour responsabilité d’effectuer l’entretien obligatoire tel que défini par le fabricant dans le
manuel du propriétaire/de l'utilisateur.
Toute pièce garantie dont le remplacement n'est pas prévu dans le cadre de l’entretien obligatoire, ou pour laquelle
est seulement prévue une inspection périodique pour "remplacement ou réparation si nécessaire" sera garantie pour
la période de garantie. Toute pièce garantie arrivée à l’échéance de son premier remplacement prévu sera garantie
jusqu’à celui-ci.
Toute pièce de rechange équivalente en performance ou en durabilité peut être utilisée pour l’entretien hors-garantie
ou les réparations hors-garantie, et ce sans réduire l’obligation de garantie incombant à la société.
La société sera tenue responsable des dommages aux autres composants du moteur causés par la défaillance de
pièce(s) garantie(s) en période de garantie.
La garantie ne s'applique pas aux unités endommagées par suite de: négligence dans la mise en oeuvre des
instructions spécifiées dans le manuel du propriétaire/de l'utilisateur en vue d’une utilisation et d’un entretien correct,
fausse manœuvre accidentelle, modification, utilisation abusive, lubrification incorrecte, utilisation de pièces ou
d’accessoires autres que ceux spécifiés par la société, ou autres causes hors du contrôle de la société.
Cette garantie ne couvre pas les pièces remplacées en raison de leur usure normale ou de changements
d’apparence sans effets.
Il n'existe aucune autre garantie explicite.
Les garanties implicites, celles de négociabilité du produit et de son adaptabilité à un usage défini incluses, sont
limitées à deux (2) ans pour un usage privé [un (1) an pour toute autre utilisation] à compter de la date initiale de
livraison.
Les responsabilités pour les dommage conséquents ou incidents sont exclues de toutes les garanties.
Certaines provinces n'autorisant pas les limitations à la durée des garanties implicites, ou les exclusions ou
limitations relatives aux dommages incidents ou conséquents, la limitation indiquée ci-dessus peut ne pas vous être
applicable.
Cette garantie vous donne des droits juridiques spécifiques, et vous pouvez également jouir d’autres droits variant
d'une province à l'autre.
Si vous désirez obtenir des informations sur le centre de service le plus proche, veuillez appeler KOMATSU
ZENOAH AMERICA INC. au (770)-381-5147
Note importante: vous recevrez une carte d'enregistrement de garantie au moment de l'achat. Veuillez la remplir et
l'adresser à RedMax / KOMATSU ZENOAH AMERICA sous sept (7) jours en prenant soin de conserver une copie
pour vous.
KOMATSU ZENOAH AMERICA INC.
4344 Shackleford Road Suite 500
Norcross, Georgia 30093
KOMATSU ZENOAH AMERICA INC.
4344 Shackleford Road Suite 500
Norcross, Georgia 30093
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