Operator`s manual | Dodge 2007 Durango Automobile User Manual

FC2145
FC2145S
BC2145
FC2145W
CC2145
Operator′s manual
English
Please read the operator’s manual carefully and make sure you understand the instructions before using the machine.
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Wear sturdy, non-slip boots.
WARNING! Clearing saws,
brushcutters and trimmers can be
dangerous! Careless or incorrect
use can result in serious or fatal
injury to the operator or others. It is
extremely important that you read
and understand the contents of the
operator’s manual.
Please read the operator’s manual
carefully and make sure you
understand the instructions before
using the machine.
Only use non-metallic, flexible
cutting attachments, i.e. trimmer
heads with trimmer cord.
Noise emission to the environment
according to the European
Community’s Directive. The
machine’s emission is specified in
chapter Technical data and on label.
Always wear:
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A protective helmet where there
is a risk of falling objects
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Approved hearing protection
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Approved eye protection
Other symbols/decals on the
machine refer to special
certification requirements for
certain markets.
Switch off the engine by moving the
stop switch to the STOP position
before carrying out any checks or
maintenance.
Max. speed of output shaft, rpm
This product is in accordance with
applicable EC directives.
Always wear approved protective
gloves.
Watch out for thrown objects and
ricochets.
Regular cleaning is required.
The operator of the machine must
ensure, while working, that no
persons or animals come closer than
15 metres.
15 m
50FT
15 m
50FT
Machines fitted with saw blades or
grass blades can be thrown violently
to the side when the blade comes
into contact with a fixed object. This is
called blade thrust. The blade is
capable of amputating an arm or leg.
Always keep people and animals at least 15 metres from
the machine.
Always wear approved protective
gloves.
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Visual check.
Approved eye protection must always
be used.
CONTENTS
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CONTENTS
Contents ...............................................................
Note the following before starting: ........................
INTRODUCTION
Dear Customer, ....................................................
WHAT IS WHAT?
What is what on the brush cutter? ........................
What is what on the brush cutter? ........................
What is what on the brush cutter? ........................
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Impor tant ..............................................................
Personal protective equipment .............................
Machine′s safety equipment .................................
Cutting equipment ................................................
ASSEMBLY
Assembling the handlebar and throttle .................
Assembling the handlebar and throttle .................
Transport position, handlebar ...............................
Assembling the cutting equipment .......................
Fitting the blade guard/combination guard, grass
blade and ball-bearing-mounted support cup .......
Fitting the blade guard and saw blade ..................
Fitting the trimmer guard and trimmer head Trimmy
SII .........................................................................
Fitting other guards and cutting attachments .......
Adjusting the harness and brush cutter ................
Standard harness .................................................
Vector harness .....................................................
FUEL HANDLING
Fuel safety ............................................................
Fuel ......................................................................
Fuelling .................................................................
STARTING AND STOPPING
Check before starting ...........................................
Starting and stopping ...........................................
WORKING TECHNIQUES
General working instructions ................................
MAINTENANCE
Carburettor ...........................................................
Muffler ..................................................................
Cooling system .....................................................
Air filter .................................................................
Bevel gear ............................................................
Drive shaft ............................................................
Spark plug ............................................................
Winter use ............................................................
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Maintenance schedule .......................................... 33
TECHNICAL DATA
Technical data ....................................................... 34
EC-declaration of conformity ................................ 37
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WARNING! Long-term exposure to noise
can result in permanent hearing
impairment. So always use approved
hearing protection.
WARNING! Under no circumstances may
the design of the machine be modified
without the permission of the
manufacturer. Always use genuine
accessories. Non-authorized
modifications and/or accessories can
result in serious personal injury or the
death of the operator or others.
WARNING! A clearing saw, brushcutter
or trimmer can be dangerous if used
incorrectly or carelessly, and can cause
serious or fatal injury to the operator or
others. It is extremely important that you
read and understand the contents of this
operator’s manual.
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INTRODUCTION
Dear Customer,
Congratulations on your choice to buy a Jonsered product!
We are convinced that you will appreciate with great satisfaction the quality and performance of our product for a very
long time to come. The purchase of one of our products gives you access to professional help with repairs and service
whenever this may be necessary. If the retailer who sells your machine is not one of our authorised dealers, ask for the
address of your nearest service workshop.
It is our wish that you will be satisfied with your product and that it will be your companion for a long time. Think of this
operator′s manual as a valuable document. By following its′ content (using, service, maintenance etc) the life span and
the second-hand value of the machine can be extended. If you will sell this machine, make sure that the buyer will get
the operator′s manual.
Good luck on using your Jonsered machine!
Jonsered has a policy of continuous product development and therefore reserves the right to modify the design and
appearance of products without prior notice.
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WHAT IS WHAT?
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What is what on the brush cutter? (BC 2145)
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Grass blade
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Grease filler cap, bevel gear
20 Support flange
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Bevel gear
21 Drive disc
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Cutting attachment guard
22 Trimmer head
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Shaft
23 Spark plug cap and spark plug
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Handlebar
24 Socket spanner
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Throttle control
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Stop switch
26 Transport guard for cutting equipment
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Throttle lockout
27 Allen key
10 Support eyes for harness
28 Carburettor screwdriver
11 Cylinder cover
29 Locking pin
12 Starter handle
30 Harness
13 Fuel tank
31 Locking nut
14 Choke control
32 Start throttle button
15 Air purge
33 Adjusting the throttle wire
16 Air filter cover
34 Metal cup
17 Handle adjustment
35 Decompression valve
18 Locking screw
36 Rating plate
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What is what on the brush cutter? (FC 2145, FC 2145 S, FC 2145 W)
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Saw blade
17 Handle adjustment
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Grease filler cap, bevel gear
18 Locking nut
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Bevel gear
19 Support flange
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Cutting attachment guard
20 Drive disc
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Shaft
21 Spark plug
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Handlebar
22 Socket spanner
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Throttle control
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Stop switch
24 Transport guard for cutting equipment
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Throttle lockout
25 Allen key
10 Support eyes for harness
26 Carburettor screwdriver
11 Cylinder cover
27 Locking pin
12 Starter handle
28 Harness (FC 2145)
13 Fuel tank
29 Harness (FC 2145 S, FC 2145 W)
14 Choke control
30 Decompression valve (FC 2145 S, FC 2145 W)
15 Air purge
31 Rating plate
16 Air filter cover
32 Switch for heated handle (FC 2145 W)
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Blade
19 Support cup
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Grease filler cap, bevel gear
20 Support flange
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Bevel gear
21 Drive disc
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Cutting attachment guard
22 Trimmer head
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Shaft
23 Spark plug cap and spark plug
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Handlebar
24 Socket spanner
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Throttle control
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Stop switch
26 Transport guard
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Throttle lockout
27 Allen key
10 Support eyes for harness
28 Carburettor screwdriver
11 Cylinder cover
29 Locking pin
12 Starter handle
30 Harness
13 Fuel tank
31 Locking nut
14 Choke control
32 Start throttle button
15 Air purge
33 Adjusting the throttle wire
16 Air filter cover
34 Metal cup
17 Handle adjustment
35 Rating plate
18 Locking screw
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GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Important
Personal protective equipment
IMPORTANT!
IMPORTANT!
The machine is only designed for trimming grass, grass
clearing and/or forestry clearing.
A clearing saw, brushcutter or trimmer can be
dangerous if used incorrectly or carelessly, and can
cause serious or fatal injury to the operator or others. It
is extremely important that you read and understand the
contents of this operator’s manual.
The only accessories you can operate with this engine
unit are the cutting attachments we recommend in the
chapter on Technical data.
Never use the machine if you are tired, if you have drunk
alcohol, or if you are taking medication that could affect
your vision, your judgement or your co-ordination.
Wear personal protective equipment. See instructions
under the heading ”Personal protective equipment”.
Never use a machine that has been modified in any way
from its original specification.
Never use a machine that is faulty. Carry out the checks,
maintenance and service instructions described in this
manual. Some maintenance and service measures
must be carried out by trained and qualified specialists.
See instructions under the heading Maintenance.
All covers, guards and handles must be fitted before
starting. Ensure that the spark plug cap and ignition lead
are undamaged to avoid the risk of electric shock.
The machine operator must ensure that no people or
animals come closer than 15 metres while working.
When several operators are working in the same area
the safety distance should be at least twice the tree
height and no less than 15 metres.
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WARNING! This machine produces an
electromagnetic field during operation.
This field may under some
circumstances interfere with active or
passive medical implants. To reduce the
risk of serious or fatal injury, we
recommend persons with medical
implants to consult their physician and
the medical implant manufacturer before
operating this machine.
You must use approved personal protective equipment
whenever you use the machine. Personal protective
equipment cannot eliminate the risk of injury but it will
reduce the degree of injury if an accident does happen.
Ask your dealer for help in choosing the right equipment.
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WARNING! Listen out for warning signals
or shouts when you are wearing hearing
protection. Always remove your hearing
protection as soon as the engine stops.
HELMET
A helmet should be worn if the trees being cleared are
taller than 2 m.
HEARING PROTECTION
Wear hearing protection that provides adequate noise
reduction.
EYE PROTECTION
Always wear approved eye protection. If you use a visor
then you must also wear approved protective goggles.
Approved protective goggles must comply with standard
ANSI Z87.1 in the USA or EN 166 in EU countries.
WARNING! Running an engine in a
confined or badly ventilated area can
result in death due to asphyxiation or
carbon monoxide poisoning.
GLOVES
Gloves should be worn when necessary, e.g., when fitting
cutting attachments.
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GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
BOOTS
Wear boots with steel toe-caps and non-slip sole.
control (B). When you release the handle the throttle
control and the throttle lockout both move back to their
original positions. This movement is controlled by two
independent return springs. This arrangement means that
the throttle control is automatically locked at the idle
setting.
CLOTHING
Wear clothes made of a strong fabric and avoid loose
clothing that can catch on twigs and branches. Always
wear heavy, long pants. Do not wear jewellery, shorts
sandals or go barefoot. Secure hair so it is above shoulder
level.
FIRST AID KIT
Always have a first aid kit nearby.
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B
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B
Make sure the throttle control is locked at the idle setting
when the throttle lockout is released.
Machine′s safety equipment
This section describes the machine′s safety equipment,
its purpose, and how checks and maintenance should be
carried out to ensure that it operates correctly. See the
”What is what?” section to locate where this equipment is
positioned on your machine.
Press the throttle lockout and make sure it returns to its
original position when you release it.
The life span of the machine can be reduced and the risk
of accidents can increase if machine maintenance is not
carried out correctly and if service and/or repairs are not
carried out professionally. If you need further information
please contact your nearest service workshop.
IMPORTANT!
All servicing and repair work on the machine requires
special training. This is especially true of the machine′s
safety equipment. If your machine fails any of the checks
described below you must contact your service agent.
When you buy any of our products we guarantee the
availability of professional repairs and service. If the
retailer who sells your machine is not a servicing dealer,
ask him for the address of your nearest service agent.
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WARNING! Never use a machine with
faulty safety equipment. The machine’s
safety equipment must be checked and
maintained as described in this section.
If your machine fails any of these checks
contact your service agent to get it
repaired.
Check that the throttle control and throttle lockout move
freely and that the return springs work properly.
See instructions under the heading Start. Start the
machine and apply full throttle. Release the throttle and
check that the cutting attachment stops and remains at a
standstill. If the cutting attachment rotates with the throttle
in the idle position then the carburettor idle setting must
Throttle lockout
The throttle lockout is designed to prevent accidental
operation of the throttle control. When you press the lock
(A) (i.e. when you grasp the handle) it releases the throttle
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be checked. See instructions under the heading
Maintenance.
Vibration damping system
Your machine is equipped with a vibration damping
system that is designed to minimize vibration and make
operation easier.
Use of incorrectly wound cord or an incorrect cutting
attachment increases the level of vibration. See
instructions under the heading Cutting equipment.
Stop switch
Use the stop switch to switch off the engine.
The machine′s vibration damping system reduces the
transfer of vibration between the engine unit/cutting
equipment and the machine′s handle unit.
Start the engine and make sure the engine stops when
you move the stop switch to the stop setting.
Cutting attachment guard
This guard is intended to prevent loose objects from being
thrown towards the operator. The guard also protects the
operator from accidental contact with the cutting
attachment.
Check that the guard is undamaged and not cracked.
Replace the guard if it has been exposed to impact or is
cracked.
Always use the recommended guard for the cutting
attachment you are using. See chapter on Technical data.
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WARNING! Never use a cutting
attachment without an approved guard.
See the chapter on Technical data. If an
incorrect or faulty guard is fitted this can
cause serious personal injury.
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Regularly check the vibration damping units for cracks or
deformation. Check that the vibration damping element is
undamaged and securely attached.
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WARNING! Overexposure to vibration
can lead to circulatory damage or nerve
damage in people who have impaired
circulation. Contact your doctor if you
experience symptoms of overexposure
to vibration. Such symptoms include
numbness, loss of feeling, tingling,
pricking, pain, loss of strength, changes
in skin colour or condition. These
symptoms normally appear in the
fingers, hands or wrists. The risk
increases at low temperatures.
Quick release
There is an easily accessible, quick release fitted at the
front as a safety precaution in case the engine catches
fire, or in any other situation that requires you to free
yourself from the machine and harness. See instructions
under the heading Adjusting the harness and brush
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cutter. Certain harnesses also have a quick release fitted
to the support hook.
If the muffler on your machine is fitted with a spark
arrestor mesh this must be cleaned regularly. A blocked
mesh will cause the engine to overheat and may lead to
serious damage.
Check that the harness straps are correctly positioned.
Once the harness and machine have been adjusted,
check that the harness quick release works correctly.
Muffler
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The muffler is designed to keep noise levels to a minimum
and to direct exhaust fumes away from the user. A muffler
fitted with a catalytic converter is also designed to reduce
harmful exhaust gases.
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In countries that have a warm and dry climate there is a
significant risk of fire. We therefore fit certain mufflers with
a spark arrestor mesh. Check whether the muffler on your
machine is fitted with this kind of mesh.
WARNING! Mufflers fitted with catalytic
converters get very hot during use and
remain so for some time after stopping.
This also applies at idle speed. Contact
can result in burns to the skin.
Remember the risk of fire!
WARNING! The inside of the muffler
contain chemicals that may be
carcinogenic. Avoid contact with these
elements in the event of a damaged
muffler.
WARNING! The exhaust fumes from the
engine are hot and may contain sparks
which can start a fire. Never start the
machine indoors or near combustible
material!
Locking nut
A locking nut is used to secure some types of cutting
attachment.
For mufflers it is very important that you follow the
instructions on checking, maintaining and servicing your
machine. See instructions under the heading Checking,
maintaining and servicing the machine’s safety
equipment.
Never use a machine that has a faulty muffler.
Regularly check that the muffler is securely attached to
the machine.
When fitting, tighten the nut in the opposite direction to the
direction of rotation of the cutting attachment. To remove
it, undo the nut in the same direction as the cutting
attachment rotates. (CAUTION! The nut has a left-hand
thread.)
When loosening and tightening the saw blade nut, there is
a risk of injury from the teeth of the saw blade. You should
therefore always ensure that your hand is shielded by the
blade guard when doing this. Always use a socket
spanner with a shaft that is long enough to allow this. The
arrow in the diagram shows the area where you should
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operate the socket spanner when loosening or tightening
the nut.
The nylon lining inside the locking nut must not be so worn
that you can turn it by hand. The lining should offer a
resistance of at least 1.5 Nm. The nut should be replaced
after it has been put on approx. 10 times.
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WARNING! Always stop the engine
before doing any work on the cutting
attachment. This continues to rotate even
after the throttle has been released.
Ensure that the cutting attachment has
stopped completely and disconnect the
HT lead from the spark plug before you
start to work on it.
WARNING! Using an incorrect cutting
attachment or an incorrectly sharpened
blade increases the risk of blade thrust.
Cutting equipment
Saw blades are intended for cutting fibrous types of wood.
Locking screw
The lock screw must be tightened securely for ballbearing-mounted support cups.
Grass blades and grass cutters are intended for cutting
coarse grass.
Cutting equipment
A trimmer head is intended for trimming grass.
This section describes how to choose and maintain your
cutting equipment in order to:
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Reduce the risk of blade thrust.
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Obtain maximum cutting performance.
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Extend the life of cutting equipment.
General rules
IMPORTANT!
Only use cutting attachments with the guards we
recommend! See the chapter on Technical data.
Only use cutting attachments with the guards we
recommend! See the chapter on Technical data.
Refer to the instructions for the cutting attachment to
check the correct way to load the cord and the correct
cord diameter.
Keep the teeth of the blade correctly sharpened! Follow
our recommendations. Also refer to the instructions on
the blade packaging.
Maintain the correct blade setting! Follow our
instructions and use the recommended file gauge.
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Keep the teeth of the blade correctly sharpened! Follow
our instructions and use the recommended file gauge. An
incorrectly sharpened or damaged blade increases the
risk of accidents.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Keep the correct setting on the saw blade! Follow our
instructions and use the recommended setting tool. An
incorrectly set saw blade increases the risk of jamming
and blade thrust, and damage to the saw blade.
A correctly sharpened blade is essential for working
efficiently and to avoid unnecessary wear to the blade and
brush cutter.
Check the cutting attachment for damage or cracks. A
damaged cutting attachment should always be replaced.
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Make sure that the blade is well supported when you
file it. Use a 5.5 mm round file with a file holder.
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The filing angle is 15°. File alternate teeth to the right
and those in between to the left. If the blade has been
heavily pitted by stones it may be necessary to dress
the top edges of the teeth with a flat file, in exceptional
cases. If so, this should be done before filing with a
round file. The top edges must be filed down by the
same amount for all the teeth.
Sharpening grass cutters and grass
blades
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See the cutting attachment packaging for correct
sharpening instructions. Sharpen blades and cutters
using a single-cut flat file.
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Sharpen all edges equally to maintain the balance of
the blade.
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WARNING! Always discard a blade that is
bent, twisted, cracked, broken or
damaged in any other way. Never attempt
to straighten a twisted blade so that it
can be reused. Only use original blades
of the specified type.
Adjust the blade setting. This should be 1 mm.
Sharpening the saw blade
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See the cutting attachment packaging for correct
sharpening instructions.
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Trimmer head
IMPORTANT!
Always ensure the trimmer cord is wound tightly and
evenly around the drum, otherwise the machine will
generate harmful vibration.
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Only use the recommended trimmer heads and
trimmer cords. These have been tested by the
manufacturer to suit a particular engine size. This is
especially important when a fully automatic trimmer
head is used. Only use the recommended cutting
attachment. See the chapter on Technical data.
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Smaller machines generally require small trimmer
heads and vice versa. This is because when clearing
using a cord the engine must throw out the cord
radially from the trimmer head and overcome the
resistance of the grass being cleared.
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The length of the cord is also important. A longer cord
requires greater engine power than a shorter cord of
the same diameter.
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Make sure that the cutter on the trimmer guard is
intact. This is used to cut the cord to the correct length.
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To increase the life of the cord it can be soaked in
water for a couple of days. This will make the line
tougher so that it lasts longer.
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ASSEMBLY
Assembling the handlebar and
throttle (BC 2145, CC 2145)
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Remove the screw at the rear of the throttle handle.
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Slide the throttle handle onto the right side of the
handlebar, (see diagram).
machine is in a comfortable working position when it
hangs from the harness.
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Tighten the knob.
Assembling the handlebar and
throttle (FC 2145, FC 2145 S, FC
2145 W)
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Align the screw hole in the throttle handle with the hole
in the handlebar.
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Refit the screw in the hole in the rear of the throttle
handle.
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Screw the screw through the handle and handlebar.
Tighten it.
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Unscrew the knob from the handlebar mounting.
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Position the handlebar as shown. Fit the mounting
components and tighten the knob lightly.
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Unscrew the knob from the handlebar mounting.
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Position the handlebar as shown. Fit the mounting
components and tighten the knob lightly.
Fit the right handle to the handlebar using the screw,
washer, sleeve and nut as shown. Tighten.
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Put on the harness and hang the machine from the
support hook. Now make a final adjustment so that the
Put on the harness and hang the machine from the
support hook. Now make a final adjustment so that the
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machine is in a comfortable working position when it
hangs from the harness.
Assembling the cutting
equipment
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WARNING! When fitting the cutting
attachment it is extremely important that
the raised section on the drive disc/
support flange engages correctly in the
centre hole of the cutting attachment. If
the cutting attachment is fitted
incorrectly it can result in serious and/or
fatal personal injury.
Transport position, handlebar
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The handlebar can easily be turned to fit along the
shaft for easier transportation and storage.
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Loosen the knob. Turn the handlebar clockwise so that
the throttle handle rests against the engine.
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Now twist the handlebar around the shaft. Tighten the
knob.
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WARNING! Never use a cutting
attachment without an approved guard.
See the chapter on Technical data. If an
incorrect or faulty guard is fitted this can
cause serious personal injury.
IMPORTANT! If a saw blade or grass blade are to be
used the machine must be equipped with the correct
handlebar, blade guard and harness.
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Fit the transport guard to the cutting attachment.
Fitting the blade guard/
combination guard, grass blade
and ball-bearing-mounted
support cup
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Hang the trimmer guard/combination guard (A) on the
two hooks on the plate holder (M). Bend the guard
around the shaft and tighten it with the bolt (L) on the
opposite side of the shaft. Use the locking pin (C).
Place the locking pin in the groove on the screw head
and tighten. See diagram.
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CAUTION! Always use the recommended guard for the
cutting attachment you are using. See chapter on
Technical data.
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Fit the drive disc (B) on the angle gear’s output shaft.
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Centre the metal cup (P) on the drive disc’s blade
guide.
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Turn the output shaft until one of the holes in the drive
disk aligns with the corresponding hole in the gear
housing.
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Insert the locking pin (C) in the hole to lock the shaft.
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Position the blade (D) with the drive disk (B). Make
sure that the blade is centered by fitting it to the guide
on the drive disk.
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Fit the support flange (F) on the output shaft so that it
rests against the blade.
Fitting the blade guard and saw
blade
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The blade guard (A) is fitted using 4 screws (L) as
shown.
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E
CAUTION! Always use the recommended guard for the
cutting attachment you are using. See chapter on
Technical data.
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C
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Fit the drive disc (B) on the output shaft.
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Turn the blade shaft until one of the holes in the drive
disc aligns with the corresponding hole in the gear
housing.
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Insert the locking pin (C) in the hole to lock the shaft.
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Place the blade (D) and support flange (F) on the
output shaft.
Screw the support cup (E) onto the output shaft
threads (CAUTION! Left-hand thread). Tighten to a
torque of 35-50 Nm (3.5-5.0 kpm). Use the socket
spanner in the tool kit. Note that the locking pin (C)
must remain inside the gear housing to lock the drive
disk. Hold the shaft of the socket spanner as close to
the blade guard/combination guard as possible.
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C
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WARNING! Tighten the lock screw (N) in
the center hole of the support cup.
Tighten to a torque of 35-50 Nm (3.5-5.0
kpm), CAUTION! Left-hand thread. If the
lock screw is not fitted in the support
cup, there is a risk that the support cup
will come unscrewed. This means that
the blade will also come loose, which
could result in serious or fatal injury to
the operator or others.
Fit the nut (G). The nut must be tightened to a torque
of 35-50 Nm (3.5-5 kpm). Use the socket spanner in
the tool kit. Hold the shaft of the spanner as close to
the blade guard as possible. To tighten the nut, turn
the spanner in the opposite direction to the direction of
rotation (Caution! left-hand thread).
When loosening and tightening the saw blade nut, there is
a risk of injury from the teeth of the saw blade. You should
therefore always ensure that your hand is shielded by the
blade guard when doing this. Always use a socket
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ASSEMBLY
spanner with a shaft that is long enough to allow this. The
arrow in the diagram shows the area where you should
operate the socket spanner when loosening or tightening
the nut.
•
Screw on the trimmer head (H) in the opposite
direction to the direction of rotation.
H
C
Fitting the trimmer guard and
trimmer head Trimmy SII
•
Fit the correct trimmer guard (A) for use with the
trimmer head. Hang the trimmer guard/combination
guard (A) on the two hooks on the plate holder (M).
Bend the guard around the shaft and tighten it with the
bolt (L) on the opposite side of the shaft. Use the
locking pin (C). Place the locking pin in the groove on
the screw head and tighten. See diagram.
•
Tighten the trimmer head to a torque of 35-50 Nm
(3.5-5 kpm).
•
To dismantle, follow the instructions in the reverse
order.
Fitting other guards and cutting
attachments
•
L
Fit the trimmer guard/combination guard (A) intended
for use with the trimmer head/plastic blades. Hang the
trimmer guard/combination guard (A) on the two
hooks on the plate holder (M). Bend the guard around
the shaft and tighten it with the bolt (L) on the opposite
side of the shaft. Use the locking pin (C). Place the
locking pin in the groove on the screw head and
tighten. See diagram.
M
L
C
M
A
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C
Fit the drive disc (B) on the output shaft.
H
A
•
Fit the drive disc (B) on the output shaft.
H
P
P
B
C
•
Centre the metal cup (P) on the drive disc’s blade
guide.
•
Turn the blade shaft until one of the holes in the drive
disc aligns with the corresponding hole in the gear
housing.
•
Insert the locking pin (C) in the hole to lock the shaft.
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B
C
•
Centre the metal cup (P) on the drive disc’s blade
guide.
•
Turn the blade shaft until one of the holes in the drive
disc aligns with the corresponding hole in the gear
housing.
•
Insert the locking pin (C) in the hole to lock the shaft.
ASSEMBLY
•
Screw on the trimmer head/plastic blades (H) in the
opposite direction to the direction of rotation.
•
To dismantle, follow the instructions in the reverse
order.
Adjust the height using the strap on the harness for
the support hook.
Adjusting the harness and brush
cutter
!
WARNING! When using a brush cutter it
must always be hooked securely to the
harness. Otherwise you will be unable to
control the brush cutter safely and this
can result in injury to yourself or others.
Never use a harness with a defective
quick release.
2
Grass clearing
The machine should be supported in a harness when
grass clearing so that the cutting equipment is parallel
to the ground.
Standard harness
Safety release
At the front is an easily accessible, quick release. Use this
if the engine catches fire or in any other emergency
situation that requires you to free yourself from the
machine and harness.
Vector harness
Safety release
Push down the red release lever to release the machine
from the harness.
Spreading the load on your shoulders
A well-adjusted harness and machine makes work much
easier. Adjust the harness for the best working position.
Tension the side straps so that the weight is evenly
distributed across both shoulders.
Adjusting the harness
1
Tighten the hip strap so that it sits securely.
Correct height
1
Forestry clearing
The machine should be supported in a harness when
forestry clearing so that the cutting equipment is
angled slightly forwards in relation to the ground.
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ASSEMBLY
2
Tighten the chest strap under your left arm so that it
fits closely around your body.
3
Adjust the shoulder strap to distribute the load evenly
across your shoulders. Press downwards on the
suspension hook to load the harness.
6
The elastic strap (B) can be tightened to transfer more
load from the shoulder straps to the hip strap.
Correct balance
1
4
Adjust the height of the suspension hook as described
in the instructions for the standard harness. (Forestry
clearing)
5
If you need to lower the suspension hook, for trimming
for example, move the suspension strap (A) to the
lower mounting point on the backplate.
Forestry clearing
The machine is balanced by moving the suspension
ring on the machine forwards or backwards. On some
models the suspension ring is fixed, however, this will
then have a number of holes for the support hook. The
machine is correctly balanced when it freely hangs
horizontally from the support hook. In this way the risk
of hitting stones is reduced if you need to release the
handlebar.
2
Grass clearing
Let the blade balance at a comfortable cutting height,
i.e. close to the ground.
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FUEL HANDLING
Fuel safety
Never start the machine:
1
If you have spilt fuel on it. Wipe off the spillage and
allow remaining fuel to evaporate.
2
If you have spilt fuel on yourself or your clothes,
change your clothes. Wash any part of your body that
has come in contact with fuel. Use soap and water.
3
If the machine is leaking fuel. Check regularly for leaks
from the fuel cap and fuel lines.
catalytic converter (see chapter on Technical data) always
use a good quality unleaded petrol/oil mixture. Leaded
petrol will destroy the catalytic converter.
Use low-emission petrol, also known as alkylate petrol, if
it is available.
Transport and storage
•
Store and transport the machine and fuel so that there
is no risk of any leakage or fumes coming into contact
with sparks or naked flames, for example, from
electrical machinery, electric motors, electrical relays/
switches or boilers.
•
•
•
When storing and transporting fuel always use
approved containers intended for this purpose.
The lowest octane recommended is 90 (RON). If you
run the engine on a lower octane grade than 90 socalled knocking can occur. This gives rise to a high
engine temperature, which can result in serious
engine damage.
•
When storing the machine for long periods the fuel
tank must be emptied. Contact your local petrol
station to find out where to dispose of excess fuel.
When working at continuous high revs a higher octane
rating is recommended.
Two-stroke oil
•
For best results and performance use JONSERED
two-stroke engine oil, which is specially formulated for
our air-cooled two-stroke engines.
The transport guard must always be fitted to the
cutting attachment when the machine is being
transported or in storage.
•
Never use two-stroke oil intended for water-cooled
engines, sometimes referred to as outboard oil (rated
TCW).
Secure the machine during transport.
•
Never use oil intended for four-stroke engines.
•
A poor oil quality and/or too high oil/fuel ratio may
jeopardise function and decrease the life time of
catalytic converters.
•
Ensure the machine is cleaned and that a complete
service is carried out before long-term storage.
•
•
!
WARNING! Take care when handling fuel.
Bear in mind the risk of fire, explosion
and inhaling fumes.
•
Mixing ratio
Fuel
1:50 (2%) with JONSERED two-stroke oil.
CAUTION! The machine is equipped with a two-stroke
engine and must always been run using a mixture of
petrol and two-stroke oil. It is important to accurately
measure the amount of oil to be mixed to ensure that the
correct mixture is obtained. When mixing small amounts
of fuel, even small inaccuracies can drastically affect the
ratio of the mixture.
!
WARNING! Fuel and fuel fumes are
highly inflammable and can cause
serious injury when inhaled or allowed to
come in contact with the skin. For this
reason observe caution when handling
fuel and make sure there is adequate
ventilation.
1:33 (3%) with oils class JASO FB or ISO EGB
formulated for air-cooled, two-stroke engines.
Petrol, litre
Two-stroke oil, litre
2% (1:50)
3% (1:33)
5
0,10
0,15
10
0,20
0,30
15
0,30
0,45
20
0,40
0,60
Petrol
CAUTION! Always use a quality petrol/oil mixture at least
90 octane (RON). If your machine is equipped with a
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FUEL HANDLING
Fuelling
Mixing
•
Always mix the petrol and oil in a clean container
intended for fuel.
•
Always start by filling half the amount of the petrol to
be used. Then add the entire amount of oil. Mix
(shake) the fuel mixture. Add the remaining amount of
petrol.
•
!
Mix (shake) the fuel mixture thoroughly before filling
the machine’s fuel tank.
WARNING! Taking the following
precautions, will lessen the risk of fire:
Do not smoke or place hot objects near
fuel.
Always shut off the engine before
refuelling.
Always stop the engine and let it cool for
a few minutes before refuelling.
When refuelling, open the fuel cap slowly
so that any excess pressure is released
gently.
Tighten the fuel cap carefully after
refuelling.
Always move the machine away from the
refuelling area before starting.
•
Do not mix more than one month’s supply of fuel at a
time.
•
If the machine is not used for some time the fuel tank
should be emptied and cleaned.
!
WARNING! The catalytic converter
muffler gets very hot during and after
use. This also applies during idling. Be
aware of the fire hazard, especially when
working near flammable substances and/
or vapours.
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•
Always use a fuel container with an anti-spill valve.
•
Clean the area around the fuel cap. Contamination in
the tank can cause operating problems.
•
Ensure that the fuel is well mixed by shaking the
container before filling the tank.
STARTING AND STOPPING
Check before starting
•
Check the blade to ensure that no cracks have formed
at the bottom of the teeth or by the centre hole. The
most common reason why cracks are formed is that
sharp corners have been formed at the bottom of the
teeth while sharpening or that the blade has been
used with dull teeth. Discard a blade if cracks are
found.
Starting and stopping
!
WARNING! The complete clutch cover
and shaft must be fitted before the
machine is started, otherwise the clutch
can come loose and cause personal
injury.
Always move the machine away from the
refuelling area before starting. Place the
machine on a flat surface. Ensure the
cutting attachment cannot come into
contact with any object.
•
Check that the support flange is not cracked due to
fatigue or due to being tightened too much. Discard
the support flange if it is cracked.
Make sure no unauthorised persons are
in the working area, otherwise there is a
risk of serious personal injury. The safety
distance is 15 metres.
Cold engine
Ignition: Set the stop switch to the start position.
Choke: Set the choke control (A) in the choke position.
•
Ensure the locking nut has not lost its captive force.
The nut lock should have a locking force of at least 1.5
Nm. The tightening torque of the locking nut should be
35-50 Nm.
•
Check that the blade guard is not damaged or
cracked. Replace the blade guard if it is exposed to
impact or is cracked.
Primer bulb: Press the air purge diaphragm (B)
repeatedly until fuel begins to fill the diaphragm. The
diaphragm need not be completely filled.
Check that the trimmer head and trimmer guard are not
damaged or cracked. Replace the trimmer head or
trimmer guard if they have been exposed to impact or are
cracked.
Warm engine
Use the same starting procedure as for a cold engine but
without setting the choke control in the choke position.
Start throttle: (BC 2145, CC 2145)
•
Never use the machine without a guard nor with a
defective guard.
•
All covers must be correctly fitted and undamaged
before you start the machine.
Set the throttle to the start position by first pressing the
throttle lockout and the throttle trigger, then pressing the
start throttle button (A). Then release the throttle lockout
and the throttle trigger, followed by the start throttle
button. The throttle function is now activated. To return the
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STARTING AND STOPPING
engine to idle, press the throttle lockout and throttle trigger
again.
CAUTION! Do not pull the starter cord all the way out and
do not let go of the starter handle when the cord is fully
extended. This can damage the machine.
Start throttle: (FC 2145, FC 2145 S, FC 2145 W, BC
2145, CC 2145)
Set the throttle to the start position by moving the choke
control to the choke position and then returning it to its
original position.
If the machine is fitted with a decompression valve (A):
Press the valve to reduce the pressure in the cylinder and
make starting easier. You should always use the
decompression valve when starting the machine. Once
the machine has started the valve will automatically return
to its original setting.
Stopping
Stop the engine by switching off the ignition.
BC 2145, CC 2145
FC 2145
Heated handles (FC 2145 W)
Models equipped with heating elements in the handles
have an on/off switch on the throttle handle to control the
heat. Both the left and right handles have heating
elements that automatically maintain a temperature of
roughly 70° when the heat is turned on.
Starting
!
WARNING! When the engine is started
with the choke in either the choke or
start throttle positions the cutting
attachment will start to rotate
immediately.
Hold the body of the machine on the ground using your
left hand (CAUTION! Not with your foot!). Grip the starter
handle, slowly pull out the cord with your right hand until
you feel some resistance (the starter pawls grip), now
quickly and powerfully pull the cord. Never twist the
starter cord around your hand.
Repeat pulling the cord until the engine starts. When the
engine starts. return choke control to run position and
apply full throttle; the throttle will automatically disengage
from the start setting.
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WORKING TECHNIQUES
General working instructions
yourself incorrectly or make the cut in the wrong place
the tree may hit you or the machine and cause you to
lose control. Both situations can cause serious
personal injury.
IMPORTANT!
This section describes the basic safety precautions for
working with brush cutters and trimmers.
If you encounter a situation where you are uncertain
how to proceed you should ask an expert. Contact your
dealer or your service workshop.
Avoid all usage which you consider to be beyond your
capability.
You must understand the difference between forestry
clearing, grass clearing and grass trimming before use.
6
Keep a good balance and a firm foothold.
7
Always hold the machine with both hands. Hold the
machine on the right side of your body.
8
Keep the cutting attachment below waist level.
9
Switch off the engine before moving to another area.
Fit the transport guard before carrying or transporting
the equipment any distance.
Basic safety rules
1
Look around you:
•
To ensure that people, animals or other things cannot
affect your control of the machine.
•
To ensure that people, animals, etc., do not come into
contact with the cutting attachment or loose objects
that are thrown out by the cutting attachment.
•
CAUTION! Do not use the machine unless you are
able to call for help in the event of an accident.
2
Inspect the working area. Remove all loose objects,
such as stones, broken glass, nails, steel wire, string,
etc. that could be thrown out or become wrapped
around the cutting attachment.
3
Do not use the machine in bad weather, such as
dense fog, heavy rain, strong wind, intense cold, etc.
Working in bad weather is tiring and often brings
added risks, such as icy ground, unpredictable felling
direction, etc.
4
5
Make sure you can move and stand safely. Check the
area around you for possible obstacles (roots, rocks,
branches, ditches, etc.) in case you have to move
suddenly. Take great care when working on sloping
ground.
10 Never put the machine down with the engine running
unless you have it in clear sight.
The ABC of clearing
•
Always use the correct equipment.
•
Make sure the equipment is well adjusted.
•
Follow the safety precautions.
•
Organise your work carefully.
•
Always use full throttle when starting to cut with the
blade.
•
Always use sharp blades.
•
Avoid stones.
•
Control the felling direction (take advantage of the
wind).
Take great care when cutting a tree that is in tension.
A tree that is in tension may spring back to its normal
position before or after being cut. If you position
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WORKING TECHNIQUES
!
WARNING! Neither the operator of the
machine nor anyone else may attempt to
remove the cut material while the engine
is running or the cutting equipment is
rotating, as this can result in serious
injury.
•
Work systematically to and fro across the area,
clearing a width of around 4-5 m on each pass. This
exploits the full reach of the machine in both directions
and gives the operator a convenient and varied
working area to work in.
•
Clear a strip around 75 m long. Move your fuel can as
work progresses.
•
On sloping ground you should work along the slope. It
is much easier to work along a slope than it is to work
up and down it.
•
You should plan the strip so that you avoid going over
ditches or other obstacles on the ground. You should
also orient the strip to take advantage of wind
conditions, so that cleared stems fall in the cleared
area of the stand.
Stop the engine and cutting equipment
before you remove material that has
wound around the blade shaft as
otherwise there is a risk of injury. The
bevel gear can get hot during use and may
remain so for a while afterwards. You
could get burnt if you touch it.
!
WARNING! Watch out for thrown objects.
Always wear approved eye protection.
Never lean over the cutting attachment
guard. Stones, rubbish, etc. can be thrown
up into the eyes causing blindness or
serious injury.
Keep unauthorised persons at a distance.
Children, animals, onlookers and helpers
should be kept outside the safety zone of
15 m. Stop the machine immediately if
anyone approaches. Never swing the
machine around without first checking
behind you to make sure no-one is within
the safety zone.
!
WARNING! Sometimes branches or
grass get caught between the guard and
cutting attachment. Always stop the
engine before cleaning.
Working methods
!
WARNING! Machines fitted with saw
blades or grass blades can be thrown
violently to the side when the blade comes
into contact with a fixed object. This is
called blade thrust. A blade thrust can be
violent enough to cause the machine and/
or operator to be propelled in any
direction, and possibly lose control of the
machine. Blade thrust can occur without
warning if the machine snags, stalls or
binds. Blade thrust is more likely to occur
in areas where it is difficult to see the
material being cut.
Avoid cutting with the area of the blade
between the 12 o'clock and 3 o'clock
positions. Because of the speed of
rotation of the blade, blade thrust can
occur if you attempt to cut thick stems
with this area of the blade.
•
Before you start clearing, check the clearing area, the
type of terrain, the slope of the ground, whether there
are stones, hollows etc.
•
Start at whichever end of the area is easiest, and clear
an open space from which to work.
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Forestry clearing using a saw blade
•
The risk of blade thrust increases with increasing stem
size. You should therefore avoid cutting with the area
of the blade between 12 o'clock and 3 o'clock.
WORKING TECHNIQUES
•
To fell to the left, the bottom of the tree should be
pushed to the right. Tilt the blade and bring it
diagonally down to the right, exerting firm pressure. At
the same time push the stem using the blade guard.
Cut with the area of the blade between 3 o’clock and
5 o’clock. Apply full throttle before advancing the
blade.
•
To fell to the right, the bottom of the tree should be
pushed to the left. Tilt the blade and bring it diagonally
up to the right. Cut with the area of the blade between
3 o’clock and 5 o’clock so that the direction of rotation
of the blade pushes the bottom of the tree to the left.
wood. Small stems require more pressure, while large
stems require less pressure.
•
If the stems are tightly packed, adapt your walking
pace to suit.
•
If the blade jams in a stem, never jerk the machine
free. If you do this the blade, bevel gear, shaft or
handlebar may be damaged. Release the handles,
grip the shaft with both hands and gently pull the
machine free.
Brush cutting with a saw blade
•
•
To fell a tree forwards, the bottom of the tree should be
pulled backwards. Pull the blade backwards with a
quick, firm movement.
•
Thin stems and brush are mown down. Work with a
sawing movement, swinging sideways.
•
Try to cut several stems in a single sawing movement.
•
With groups of hardwood stems, first clear around the
group. Start by cutting the stems high up around the
outside of the group to avoid jamming. Then cut the
stems to the required height. Now try to reach in with
the blade and cut from the centre of the group. If it is
still difficult to gain access, cut the stems high up and
let them fall. This will reduce the risk of jamming.
Large stems must be cut from two sides. First
determine which direction the stem will fall. Make the
first cut on the felling side. Then finish cutting the stem
from the other side. Adjust the cutting pressure to
match the size of the stem and the hardness of the
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WORKING TECHNIQUES
Grass clearing using a grass blade
can also damage sensitive bark on trees and bushes,
and damage fence posts.
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Grass blades and grass cutters must not be used on
woody stems.
A grass blade is used for all types of tall or coarse
grass.
The grass is cut down with a sideways, swinging
movement, where the movement from right-to-left is
the clearing stroke and the movement from left-toright is the return stroke. Let the left-hand side of the
blade (between 8 and 12 o’clock) do the cutting.
If the blade is angled to the left when clearing grass,
the grass will collect in a line, which makes it easier to
collect, e.g. by raking.
Try to work rhythmically. Stand firmly with your feet
apart. Move forward after the return stroke and stand
firmly again.
Let the support cup rest lightly against the ground. It
is used to protect the blade from hitting the ground.
Reduce the risk of material wrapping around the blade
by following these instructions:
1Always work at full throttle.
2Avoid the previously cut material during the return
stroke.
Stop the engine, unclip the harness and place the
machine on the ground before you start to collect the
cut material.
Reduce the risk of damaging plants by shortening the
cord to 10-12 cm and reducing the engine speed.
Clearing
•
The clearing technique removes all unwanted
vegetation. Keep the trimmer head just above the
ground and tilt it. Let the end of the cord strike the
ground around trees, posts, statues and the like.
CAUTION! This technique increases the wear on the
cord.
•
The cord wears quicker and must be fed forward more
often when working against stones, brick, concrete,
metal fences, etc., than when coming into contact with
trees and wooden fences.
•
When trimming and clearing you should use less than
full throttle so that the cord lasts longer and to reduce
the wear on the trimmer head.
Cutting
•
The trimmer is ideal for cutting grass that is difficult to
reach using a normal lawn mower. Keep the cord
parallel to the ground when cutting. Avoid pressing the
trimmer head against the ground as this can ruin the
lawn and damage the tool.
•
Do not allow the trimmer head to constantly come into
contact with the ground during normal cutting.
Constant contact of this type can cause damage and
wear to the trimmer head.
Grass trimming with a trimmer head
Sweeping
Trimming
•
Hold the trimmer head just above the ground at an
angle. It is the end of the cord that does the work. Let
the cord work at its own pace. Never press the cord
into the area to be cut.
•
The cord can easily remove grass and weeds up
against walls, fences, trees and borders, however it
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•
The fan effect of the rotating cord can be used for
quick and easy clearing up. Hold the cord parallel to
and above the area to be swept and move the tool to
and fro.
•
When cutting and sweeping you should use full
throttle to obtain the best results.
MAINTENANCE
Carburettor
Your Jonsered product has been designed and
manufactured to specifications that reduce harmful
exhaust fumes. The engine will be run in after it has used
8-10 tanks of fuel. To ensure that the engine runs at peak
performance and produces as little harmful exhaust
fumes as possible after the running-in period, ask your
dealer/service workshop (which has a rev counter for this
purpose) to adjust your carburettor.
Function
•
The carburettor governs the engine’s speed via the
throttle control. Air and fuel are mixed in the
carburettor. The air/fuel mixture is adjustable. Correct
adjustment is essential to get the best performance
from the machine.
•
Adjusting the carburettor means that the engine is
adapted to local operating conditions, e.g. climate,
altitude, petrol and the type of 2-stroke oil.
•
CAUTION! If the cutting attachment rotates when the
engine is idling the idle adjustment screw T should be
turned anti-clockwise until the cutting attachment stops.
Adjustment of the idle speed
Before any adjustments are made, make sure that the air
filter is clean and the air filter cover is fitted.
Adjust the idle speed using the idle adjustment screw T, if
it is necessary to readjust. First turn the idle adjustment
screw T clockwise until the cutting attachment starts to
rotate. Then turn the screw anticlockwise until the cutting
attachment stops. The idle speed is correctly adjusted
when the engine will run smoothly in every position. The
idle speed should also be well below the speed at which
the cutting attachment starts to rotate.
HL
The carburettor has three adjustment controls:
L = Low speed jet
H = High speed jet
T = Idle adjustment screw
Rec. idle speed: See the Technical data section.
!
•
•
The L and H-jets are used to adjust the supply of fuel
to match the rate that air is admitted, which is
controlled with the throttle. If they are screwed
clockwise the air/fuel ratio becomes leaner (less fuel)
and if they are turned anti-clockwise the ratio
becomes richer (more fuel). A lean mixture gives a
higher engine speed and a rich mixture gives a lower
engine speed.
WARNING! If the idle speed cannot be
adjusted so that the cutting attachment
stops, contact your dealer/service
workshop. Do not use the machine until
it has been correctly adjusted or
repaired.
Adjusting the start throttle speed (BC
2145, CC 2145)
The correct start throttle speed is set by means of an
adjuster on the rear of the handle next to the cable. Use
this screw (5 mm Allen screw) to increase or decrease the
start throttle speed.
The T-screw regulates the throttle setting at idle
speed. If the T-screw is turned clockwise this gives a
higher idle speed; turning it anti-clockwise gives a
lower idle speed.
Basic setting
•
The basic carburettor settings are adjusted during
testing at the factory. The basic setting is richer than
the optimal setting and should be maintained for the
first few hours the machine is in use. The carburettor
should then be finely adjusted. Fine adjustment
should be carried out by a skilled technician.
5 mm
Proceed as follows:
1
Run the machine at idle.
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MAINTENANCE
2
Press the start throttle lock as described under the
heading Starting and stopping.
3
If the start throttle speed is too low (below 4000 rpm),
turn the adjuster screw A clockwise until the cutting
attachment starts to rotate. Then turn A clockwise a
further 1/2 turn.
4
If the start throttle speed is too high, turn the adjuster
screw A anticlockwise until the cutting attachment
stops. Then turn adjuster screw A clockwise a further
1/2 turn.
Cooling system
To keep the working temperature as low as possible the
machine is equipped with a cooling system.
4
Muffler
3
CAUTION! Some mufflers are fitted with a catalytic
converter. See chapter on Technical data to see whether
your machine is fitted with a catalytic converter.
The muffler is designed to reduce the noise level and to
direct the exhaust gases away from the operator. The
exhaust gases are hot and can contain sparks, which may
cause fire if directed against dry and combustible
material. Some mufflers are equipped with a special spark
arrestor mesh. If your machine has this type of muffler,
you should clean the mesh at least once a week. This is
best done with a wire brush. On mufflers without a
catalytic converter the mesh should be cleaned weekly, or
replaced if necessary. On mufflers fitted with a catalytic
converter the mesh should be checked, and if necessary
cleaned, monthly. If the mesh is damaged it should be
replaced. If the mesh is frequently blocked, this can be a
sign that the performance of the catalytic converter is
impaired. Contact your dealer to inspect the muffler. A
blocked mesh will cause the machine to overheat and
result in damage to the cylinder and piston.
2
1
The cooling system consists of:
1
Air intake on the starter.
2
Fins on the flywheel.
3
Cooling fins on the cylinder.
4
Cylinder cover (directs cold air over the cylinder).
Clean the cooling system with a brush once a week, more
often in demanding conditions. A dirty or blocked cooling
system results in the machine overheating which causes
damage to the piston and cylinder.
Air filter
CAUTION! Never use a machine with a defective muffler.
!
WARNING! Mufflers fitted with catalytic
converters get very hot during use and
remain so for some time after stopping.
This also applies at idle speed. Contact
can result in burns to the skin.
Remember the risk of fire!
The air filter must be regularly cleaned to remove dust and
dirt in order to avoid:
•
Carburettor malfunctions
•
Starting problems
•
Loss of engine power
•
Unnecessary wear to engine parts.
•
Excessive fuel consumption.
Clean the filter every 25 hours, or more regularly if
conditions are exceptionally dusty.
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MAINTENANCE
Cleaning the air filter
Bevel gear
Remove the air filter cover and take out the filter. Blow
clean with compressed air.
The bevel gear is filled with the right amount of grease at
the factory. However, before using the machine you
should check that the bevel gear is filled 3/4 full with
grease. Use JONSERED special grease.
The grease in the bevel gear does not normally need to
be changed except if repairs are carried out.
An oiled foam plastic filter (available as an accessory)
must be used if the machine is operated in extremely
dusty conditions. See instructions under the heading
Oiling the air filter.
Drive shaft
The drive shaft must be greased every three months
during full-time use. Contact your dealer if you are
uncertain about the procedure.
Spark plug
Oiling the air filter
The spark plug condition is influenced by:
Always use special filter oil. Filter oil contains a solvent to
make it spread evenly through the filter. You should
therefore avoid skin contact.
Put the filter in a plastic bag and pour the filter oil over it.
Knead the plastic bag to distribute the oil. Squeeze the
excess oil out of the filter inside the plastic bag and pour
off the excess before fitting the filter to the machine. Never
use common engine oil. This would drain through the filter
quite quickly and collect in the bottom.
•
Incorrect carburettor adjustment.
•
An incorrect fuel mixture (too much or incorrect type of
oil).
•
A dirty air filter.
These factors cause deposits on the spark plug
electrodes, which may result in operating problems and
starting difficulties.
If the machine is low on power, difficult to start or runs
poorly at idle speed: always check the spark plug first
before taking any further action. If the spark plug is dirty,
clean it and check that the electrode gap is 0.5 mm. The
spark plug should be replaced after about a month in
operation or earlier if necessary.
An air filter that has been in use for a long time cannot be
cleaned completely. The filter must therefore be replaced
with a new one at regular intervals. A damaged air filter
must always be replaced.
CAUTION! Always use the recommended spark plug
type! Use of the wrong spark plug can damage the piston/
cylinder. Check that the spark plug is fitted with a
suppressor.
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MAINTENANCE
Winter use
Running problems can occur when using the machine in
the cold and snowy conditions caused by:
•
Too low engine temperature.
•
Icing of the air filter and carburettor.
Special measures are therefore often required:
•
Partly mask the air inlet on the starter to increase the
working temperature of the engine.
•
Preheat the intake air to the carburettor by using the
heat from the cylinder.
Temperature 5°°C or colder:
The air filter holder is prepared so it can be changed for
use in the cold. Remove the air filter cover and air filter.
Turn the winter cover anticlockwise using a screwdriver so
that the preheated air from the engine can pass inside the
carburettor compartment and prevent, for example, the air
filter from icing up (see figure).
For temperatures below 5°C and/or in snow conditions
there is also:
•
a special cover for the starter housing
These reduce the cooling air and prevent large amounts
of snow from being sucked into the engine.
IMPORTANT! The machine MUST be returned to its
standard design at temperatures warmer than 5°C .
Otherwise there is a risk of overheating resulting in
serious engine damage.
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MAINTENANCE
Maintenance schedule
The following is a list of the maintenance that must be performed on the machine. Most of the items are described in the
Maintenance section. The user must only carry out the maintenance and service work described in this Operator’s
Manual. More extensive work must be carried out by an authorized service workshop.
Maintenance
Daily
maintenance
Clean the outside of the machine.
X
Check that the harness is not damaged.
X
Make sure the throttle trigger lock and the throttle function correctly
from a safety point of view.
X
Check that the handle and handlebar are undamaged and secured
correctly.
X
Check that the stop switch works correctly.
X
Check that the cutting attachment does not rotate at idle.
X
Clean the air filter. Replace if necessary.
X
Check that the guard is undamaged and not cracked. Replace the
guard if it has been exposed to impact or is cracked.
X
Check that the blade is correctly centred, is sharp, and is not cracked.
An off-centre blade will cause vibration that could result in damage to
the machine.
X
Check that the trimmer head is undamaged and not cracked. Replace
the trimmer head if necessary.
X
Check that the locking nut of the cutting equipment is tighten correctly.
X
Check that the locking screw is tightened when using a support cup
with bearings.
X
Check that the transport guard for the blade is intact and that it can be
secured correctly.
X
Check that nuts and screws are tight.
X
Check that there are no fuel leaks from the engine, tank or fuel lines.
X
Weekly
maintenance
Check the starter and starter cord.
X
Check that the vibration damping elements are not damaged.
X
Clean the outside of the spark plug. Remove it and check the electrode
gap. Adjust the gap to 0.5 mm or replace the spark plug. Check that the
spark plug is fitted with a suppressor.
X
Clean the machine’s cooling system.
X
Clean or replace the spark arrestor mesh on the muffler (only applies
to mufflers without a catalytic converter).
X
Clean the outside of the carburettor and the space around it.
X
Check that the bevel gear is filled three-quarters full with lubricant. Fill
if necessary using special grease.
X
Monthly
maintenance
Check that the safety release on the harness is not damaged and
works.
X
Check the fuel filter from contamination and the fuel hose from cracks
or other defects. Replace if necessary.
X
Check all cables and connections.
X
Check the clutch, clutch springs and the clutch drum for wear. Replace
if necessary by an autorized service workshop.
X
Replace the spark plug. Check that the spark plug is fitted with a
suppressor.
X
Check and clean the spark arrestor mesh on the muffler (only applies
to mufflers fitted with a catalytic converter).
X
Lubricate the drive shaft with the special grease.
Do this every three months.
Replace the vibration damping elements after each season, however,
at least once a year.
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TECHNICAL DATA
Technical data
BC 2145
FC 2145
FC 2145 S
FC 2145 W
Cylinder displacement, cm3
45
45
43
43
Cylinder bore, mm
42
42
41
41
Stroke, mm
32,5
32,5
32,5
32,5
Idle speed, rpm
2800
2800
2800
2800
Recommended max. speed, rpm
12500
13500
13500
13500
Speed of output shaft, rpm
9000
10500
10500
10500
Engine
Max. engine output, acc. to ISO 8893, kW/ rpm
2,0/9000
2,0/9000
2,1/9600
2,1/9600
Catalytic converter muffler
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Speed-regulated ignition system
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Spark plug
Champion
RCJ 6Y
Champion
RCJ 6Y
Champion
RCJ 6Y
Champion
RCJ 6Y
Electrode gap, mm
0,5
0,5
0,5
0,5
0,9
0,9
0,9
0,9
8,2
8,4
8,3
8,3
Ignition system
Fuel and lubrication system
Fuel tank capacity, litre
Weight
Weight without fuel, cutting attachment and guard, kg
Noise emissions
(see note 1)
Sound power level, measured dB(A)
114
113
113
113
Sound power level, guaranteed LWA dB(A)
114
114
114
114
Sound levels
(see note 2)
Equivalent sound pressure level at the operator’s ear,
measured according to EN ISO 11806 and ISO 22868,
dB(A):
Equipped with trimmer head (original)
98
-
-
-
Equipped with grass blade (original)
98
-
-
-
Equipped with saw blade (original)
-
98
99
99
Equipped with trimmer head (original), left/right
3,0/3,2
-
-
-
Equipped with grass blade (original), left/right
3,0/3,1
-
-
-
Equipped with saw blade (original), left/right
-
3,0/3,4
2,6/3,1
2,6/3,1
Vibration levels
(see note 3)
Equivalent vibration levels (ahv,eq) at handles, measured
according to EN ISO 11806 and ISO 22867, m/s2
Note 1: Noise emissions in the environment measured as sound power (LWA) in conformity with EC directive 2000/14/
EC. Reported sound power level for the machine has been measured with the original cutting attachment that gives the
highest level. The difference between guaranteed and measured sound power is that the guaranteed sound power also
includes dispersion in the measurement result and the variations between different machines of the same model
according to Directive 2000/14/EC.
Note 2: Reported data for equivalent sound pressure level for the machine has a typical statistical dispersion (standard
deviation) of 1 dB (A).
Note 3: Reported data for equivalent vibration level has a typical statistical dispersion (standard deviation) of 1 m/s2.
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TECHNICAL DATA
CC 2145
Engine
Cylinder displacement, cm3
45
Cylinder bore, mm
42
Stroke, mm
32,5
Idle speed, rpm
2800
Recommended max. speed, rpm
12500
Speed of output shaft, rpm
9000
Max. engine output, acc. to ISO 8893, kW/ rpm
2,0/9000
Catalytic converter muffler
No
Speed-regulated ignition system
Yes
Ignition system
Spark plug
Champion RCJ 6Y
Electrode gap, mm
0,5
Fuel and lubrication system
Fuel tank capacity, litre
0,9
Weight
Weight without fuel, cutting attachment and guard, kg
8,2
Noise emissions
(see note 1)
Sound power level, measured dB(A)
113
Sound power level, guaranteed LWA dB(A)
116
Sound levels
(see note 2)
Equivalent sound pressure level at the operator’s ear, measured
according to EN ISO 11806 and ISO 22868, dB(A):
Equipped with trimmer head (original)
104
Equipped with grass blade (original)
101
Equipped with saw blade (original)
100
Vibration levels
(see note 3)
Equivalent vibration levels (ahv,eq) at handles, measured according to
EN ISO 11806 and ISO 22867, m/s2
Equipped with trimmer head (original), left/right
2,5/3,1
Equipped with grass blade (original), left/right
2,2/2,6
Equipped with saw blade (original), left/right
2,7/3,0
Note 1: Noise emissions in the environment measured as sound power (LWA) in conformity with EC directive 2000/14/
EC. Reported sound power level for the machine has been measured with the original cutting attachment that gives the
highest level. The difference between guaranteed and measured sound power is that the guaranteed sound power also
includes dispersion in the measurement result and the variations between different machines of the same model
according to Directive 2000/14/EC.
Note 2: Reported data for equivalent sound pressure level for the machine has a typical statistical dispersion (standard
deviation) of 1 dB (A).
Note 3: Reported data for equivalent vibration level has a typical statistical dispersion (standard deviation) of 1 m/s2.
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TECHNICAL DATA
BC 2145
Approved accessories
Type
Centre hole in blades/cutters, Ø 25,4
mm
Output shaft thread M12
Grass blade/grass cutter
Saw blade
Plastic blades
Trimmer head
Support cup
Cutting attachment guard, Art. no.
Multi 255-3 (Ø 255 3 teeth)
537 28 85-02
Multi 275-4 (Ø 275 4 teeth)
537 28 85-02
Multi 300-3 (Ø 300 3 teeth)
537 28 85-02
Opti XS 200-22 (Ø 200 22 teeth)
537 31 09-01
Scarlet 200-22 (Ø 200 22 teeth)
537 31 09-01
Polytrim Ø 300 mm (Separate blades
have part number 531 01 77-15)
537 28 85-02
Trimmy S II (Ø 2.4 - 3.3 mm cord)
503 95 43-04
Auto 55 (Ø 2.7 - 3.3 mm cord)
503 95 43-04
Tap-N-Go 45 Spin (Ø 2.7 - 3.3 mm
cord)
503 95 43-04
Fixed
With ball bearing
FC 2145, FC 2145 S, FC 2145 W
Approved accessories
Type
Centre hole in blades/cutters, Ø 25,4
mm
Output shaft thread M12
Grass blade/grass cutter
Saw blade
Plastic blades
Trimmer head
Support cup
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Cutting attachment guard, Art. no.
Multi 255-3 (Ø 255 3 teeth)
537 29 74-02
Multi 275-4 (Ø 275 4 teeth)
537 29 74-02
Multi 300-3 (Ø 300 3 teeth)
537 29 74-02
Opti XS 200-22 (Ø 200 22 teeth)
537 21 71-01
Opti XS 225-24 (Ø 225 24 teeth)
502 03 94-06
Scarlet 200-22 (Ø 200 22 teeth)
537 21 71-01
Scarlet 225-24 (Ø 225 24 teeth)
502 03 94-06
Polytrim Ø 300 mm (Separate blades
have part number 531 01 77-15)
537 29 74-02
Trimmy S II (Ø 2.4 - 3.3 mm cord)
537 29 73-02
Auto 55 (Ø 2.7 - 3.3 mm cord)
537 29 73-02
Tap-N-Go 45 Spin (Ø 2.7 - 3.3 mm
cord)
537 29 73-02
Fixed
With ball bearing
TECHNICAL DATA
CC 2145
Approved accessories
Type
Centre hole in blades/cutters, Ø 25,4
mm
Output shaft thread M12
Cutting attachment guard, Art. no.
Multi 255-3 (Ø 255 3 teeth)
537 28 85-02
Multi 275-4 (Ø 275 4 teeth)
537 28 85-02
Multi 300-3 (Ø 300 3 teeth)
537 28 85-02
Saw blade
Scarlet 200-22 (Ø 200 22 teeth)
537 31 09-01
Plastic blades
Polytrim Ø 300 mm (Separate blades
have part number 531 01 77-15)
537 28 85-02
Grass blade/grass cutter
Trimmer head
Support cup
Shredder blade
Trimmy S II (Ø 2.4 - 3.3 mm cord)
503 95 43-04
Auto 55 (Ø 2.7 - 3.3 mm cord)
503 95 43-04
Tap-N-Go 45 Spin (Ø 2.7 - 3.3 mm
cord)
503 95 43-04
Fixed
With ball bearing
-
Set 544 84 29-02
EC-declaration of conformity (Applies to Europe only)
We, Husqvarna AB, SE-561 82 Huskvarna, Sweden, tel: +46-36-146500, declare that the brush cutters Jonsered BC
2145, CC 2145, FC 2145, FC 2145 S and FC 2145 W with serial numbers dating from 2009 onwards (the year is clearly
stated on the rating plate, followed by the serial number), comply with the requirements of the COUNCIL’S DIRECTIVE:
- of May 17, 2006 "relating to machinery" 2006/42/EC
- of December 15, 2004 ”relating to electromagnetic compatibility” 2004/108/EC.
- of May 8, 2000 ”relating to the noise emissions in the environment” 2000/14/EC. Conformity assessment according
to Annex V. For information relating to noise emissions, see the chapter Technical data.
The following standards have been applied: EN ISO 12100-2:2003, CISPR 12:2005, EN ISO 11806:1997
SMP Svensk Maskinprovning AB, Fyrisborgsgatan 3, SE-754 50 Uppsala, Sweden, has performed voluntary type
examination on behalf of Husqvarna AB. The certificates are numbered: SEC/09/2188, 01/164/042, 01/164/043 - BC
2145, SEC/09/2190, 01/164/041 - FC 2145, SEC/09/2190, 01/164/040 - FC 2145 S, FC 2145 W, SEC/09/2189, 01/164/
042, 01/164/043 - CC 2145.
Huskvarna December 29, 2009
Bo Jonsson, Development manager (Authorized representative for Husqvarna AB and responsible for technical
documentation.)
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Poly Trim
1
B
<20mm
2
A
3
4
5
>20mm
6
8
7
6 Nm
!
X 10
Trimmy SII
1
2,4-3,3 mm
.095"-.130"
2
7,0 m
23'
12 cm
5"
~ 3,5 m
11'
3
5
4
~ 15 cm
6'
7
6
"Clic"
8
9
35-50 NM
Auto 55
1
2
3
>1,1 Kw
1.)
<1,1 Kw
2.)
2,7-3,3 mm
.106-.130"
4
5
2,7 mm - 9,0 m
3,0 mm - 7,5 m
3,3 mm - 6,0 m
15 cm
6"
8
7
6
15 cm
6"
15 cm
6"
10
11
15 cm
6"
Tap n’Go 45 Spin
2
3
2,7-3,3 mm
.106-.13"
1
10 m
32'
10 cm
4"
4,3 m
14'
4
5
7
6
15 cm
6"
9
8
"Clic"
Original instructions
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