Operating instructions ECHO PB-200

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@@Keep it in a safe place for future reference. It contains specifications and information for operation, starting, stopping, maintenance, storage and
assembly specific to this product. TABLE OF CONTENTS Introduction ........
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.... 24 Copyright© 2005 By Echo, Incorporated All Rights Reserved. Specifications, descriptions and illustrative material in this literature are as accurate as
known at the time of publication, but are subject to change without notice. Illustrations may include optional equipment and accessories, and may not include
all standard equipment. POWER BLOWER OPERATOR'S MANUAL SAFETY MANUAL SAFETY SYMBOLS AND IMPORTANT INFORMATION Throughout
this manual and on the product itself, you will find safety alerts and helpful, informational messages preceded by symbols or key words. The following is an
explanation of those symbols and key words and what they mean to you. 3 This symbol accompanied by the words WARNING and DANGER calls attention to
an act or condition that can lead to serious personal injury to operator and bystanders.
IM PO RT AN T TE NO IMPORTANT The enclosed message provides information necessary for the protection of the unit. NOTE This enclosed message
provides tips for use, care and maintenance of the unit. The circle with the slash symbol means whatever is shown within the circle is prohibited.
INTERNATIONAL SYMBOLS SYMBOL DESCRIPTION SYMBOL DESCRIPTION SYMBOL DESCRIPTION SYMBOL DESCRIPTION Read and understand
Operator's Manual. Fuel and oil mixture Ignition ON/OFF Primer Bulb Wear eyes, ears and head protection Finger Severing Emergency Stop Choke Control
"Cold Start" Position (Choke Closed) Choke Control "Run" Position (Choke Open) Carburetor Adjustment - Idle speed Hot Surface Wear hand protection.
Use two handed. Carburetor Adjustment - High speed mixture Carburetor adjustment - Low speed mixture Safety/Alert Wear slip resistant foot wear. DO
NOT allow flames or sparks near fuel. DO NOT smoke near fuel. PERSONAL CONDITION AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT WARNING DANGER Power Blower
users risk injury to themselves and others if the power blower is used improperly or safety precautions are not followed.
Proper clothing and safety gear must be worn when operating a blower. 4 Physical Condition Your judgment and physical dexterity may not be good: · if you
are tired or sick, · if you are taking medication, · if you have taken alcohol or drugs. Operate unit only if you are physically and mentally well. Eye Protection
Wear eye protection that meets ANSI Z87.1 or CE requirements whenever you operate the unit.
Hand Protection Wear no-slip, heavy-duty work gloves to improve your grip on the blower handle. Gloves also reduce the transmission of machine vibration
to your hands. Breathing Protection Wear a facemask to protect against dust. Hearing Protection ECHO recommends wearing hearing protection whenever
unit is used. Proper Clothing Wear snug fitting, durable clothing; · Pants should have long legs, shirts with long sleeves.
· DO NOT WEAR SHORTS, · DO NOT WEAR TIES, SCARVES, and JEWELRY. Wear sturdy work shoes with nonskid soles: · DO NOT WEAR OPEN TOED
SHOES, · DO NOT OPERATE UNIT BAREFOOTED. Keep long hair away from engine and blower intake. Retain hair with cap or net. Hot Humid Weather
Heavy protective clothing can increase operator fatigue, which may lead to heat stroke. Schedule heavy work for early morning or late afternoon hours when
temperatures are cooler. Vibration and Cold It is believed that a condition called Raynaud's Phenomenon, which affects the fingers of certain individuals,
may be brought about by exposure to vibration and cold. Exposure to vibration and cold may cause tingling and burning sensations, followed by loss of color
and numbness in the fingers. The following precautions are strongly recommended, because the minimum exposure, which might trigger the ailment, is
unknown. · Keep your body warm, especially the head, neck, feet, ankles, hands, and wrists.
· Maintain good blood circulation by performing vigorous arm exercises during frequent work breaks, and also by not smoking. · Limit the hours of operation.
Try to fill each day with jobs where operating the unit or other hand-held power equipment is not required. · If you experience discomfort, redness, and
swelling of the fingers followed by whitening and loss of feeling, consult your physician before further exposing yourself to cold and vibration. POWER
BLOWER OPERATOR'S MANUAL Repetitive Stress Injuries It is believed that overusing the muscles and tendons of the fingers, hands, arms, and shoulders
may cause soreness, swelling, numbness, weakness, and extreme pain in those areas. Certain repetitive hand activities may put you at a high risk for
developing a Repetitive Stress Injury (RSI). An extreme RSI condition is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS), which could occur when your wrist swells and
squeezes a vital nerve that runs through the area. Some believe that prolonged exposure to vibration may contribute to CTS. CTS can cause severe pain for
months or even years. To reduce the risk of RSI/CTS, do the following: · Avoid using your wrist in a bent, extended, or twisted position.
Instead try to maintain a straight wrist position. Also, when grasping, use your whole hand, not just the thumb and index finger. · Take periodic breaks to
minimize repetition and rest your hands. · Reduce the speed and force with which you do the repetitive movement. · Do exercises to strengthen the hand and
arm muscles.
· Immediately stop using all power equipment and consult a doctor if you feel tingling, numbness, or pain in the fingers, hands, wrists, or arms. The sooner
RSI/CTS is diagnosed, the more likely permanent nerve and muscle damage can be prevented. 5 WARNING DANGER Do not operate this product indoors or
in inadequately ventilated areas. Engine exhaust contains poisonous emissions and can cause serious injury or death. Read the Manuals · Provide all users of
this equipment with the Operator's Manual and Safety Manual for instructions on Safe Operation.
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Clear the Work Area · Spectators and fellow workers must be warned, and children and animals prevented from coming nearer than 15 m (50 ft.) while the
unit is in use. · Take wind conditions into account: avoid open doors and windows. · Do not point blower at people or animals. Keep a Firm Grip · Hold the
front and rear handles with both hands, with thumbs and fingers encircling the handles. Keep a Solid Stance · Maintain footing and balance at all times. Do
not stand on slippery, uneven or unstable surfaces. Do not work in odd positions or on ladders. Do not over reach. Avoid Hot Surfaces · Keep exhaust area
clear of flammable debris.
Avoid contact during and immediately after operation. 6 EQUIPMENT CHECK WARNING DANGER Use only ECHO approved attachments. Serious injury
may result from the use of a non-approved attachment combination. ECHO, INC. will not be responsible for the failure of cutting devices, attachments or
accessories which have not been tested and approved by ECHO. Read and comply with all safety instructions listed in this manual and safety manual. · Check
unit for loose/missing nuts, bolts and screws. Tighten and/or replace as needed. · Inspect fuel lines, tank and area around carburetor for fuel leaks. DO NOT
operate unit if leaks are found.
· Do not use blower if any part is missing or damaged. · Have repairs done only by an authorized ECHO Service dealer. · Do not use any attachment,
accessory or replacement part unless it is recommended in this Operator's Manual. EMISSION CONTROL EPA Phase 2 The emission control system for
these engines are EM/TWC (Engine Modification and Catalyst). IMPORTANT ENGINE INFORMATION ENGINE FAMILY: 5EHXS.
0214KG DISPLACEMENT: 21.2 cc EMISSION COMPLIANCE PERIOD: 300 Hours THIS ENGINE MEETS U.S. EPA PH2 AND 2005 - 2006 CALIFORNIA
EMISSION REGULATIONS FOR SORES. REFER TO OWNER'S MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE SPECIFICATIONS AND ADJUSTMENTS.
An Emission Control Label is located on the engine. (This is an EXAMPLE ONLY, information on label varies by engine FAMILY). PRODUCT EMISSION
DURABILITY The 300 hour emission durability compliance period is the time span selected by the manufacturer certifying the engine emissions output meets
applicable emissions regulations, provided that approved maintenance procedures are followed as listed in the Maintenance Section of this manual. POWER
BLOWER OPERATOR'S MANUAL DESCRIPTION Locate these safety decals on your unit. Make sure the decals are legible and that you understand and
follow the instructions on them. If a decal cannot be read, a new one can be ordered from your ECHO dealer. See PARTS ORDERING instructions for
specific information. 1 8 2 3 7 Hot Decal (near muffler) 4 P/N 89016006361 5 6 10 7 11 General Warning Decal (located on top of blower housing) 9 P/N
89016009461 Sound Label (located on blower housing) 65 dB(A) Category I P/N X508000120 Measured at 50 ft. (15m) per ANSI B175.2 8 1.
2. 3. 4. STOP SWITCH - "SLIDE SWITCH" mounted on top of handle. Push forward to start and run. Slide back to stop. THROTTLE TRIGGER - Spring
loaded to return to idle when released. During acceleration, press trigger gradually for best operating technique. SPARK PLUG - Provides spark to i) days,
ninety (90) days when a fuel stabilizer is added. Fuel is VERY flammable.
Use extreme care when mixing, storing or handling or serious personal injury may result. · Use an approved fuel container. · DO NOT smoke near fuel. · DO
NOT allow flames or sparks near fuel. · Fuel tanks/cans may be under pressure.
Always loosen fuel caps slowly allowing pressure to equalize. · NEVER refuel a unit when the engine is HOT or RUNNING! · DO NOT fill fuel tanks indoors.
ALWAYS fill fuel tanks outdoors over bare ground. · DO NOT overfill fuel tank. Wipe up spills immediately.
· Securely tighten fuel tank cap and close fuel container after refueling. · Inspect for fuel leakage. If fuel leakage is found, do not start or operate unit until
leakage is repaired. · Move at least 3m (10 ft.) from refueling location before starting the engine. Mixing Instructions 1. @@2. Add the proper amount of
2-stroke oil to gasoline. 3. Close container and shake to mix oil with gasoline.
4. @@@@@@1. Stop Switch Move stop switch button (A) away from the STOP position. @@@@Do not allow the rope to snap back in. Always hold the
unit firmly. 5. Recoil Starter Place the unit on a flat, clear area. @@@@@@7. @@1. Stop Switch Move stop switch button (A) away from the STOP
position.
@@Recoil Starter Place the unit on a flat clear area. @@Do not allow the rope to snap back in. Always hold the unit firmly. @@@@@@@@. Do not point
the blower pipe in the direction of people or pets.
Read the Safety Section carefully. @@1. 2. 3. Use only during appropriate hours.
Allow the engine to warm up at a fast idle for a few minutes. @@@@Use lower speed to blow debris from hard surfaces. Additional speed may be necessary
to clean debris, snow, etc. from lawns and flower beds. B A 4. @@Remember, the higher the engine speed, the louder the blower noise. Minimize dust by
using blower at lower speeds. Keep debris on your property. @@@@If you are unsure or are not equipped with the necessary tools, you may want to take
your unit to an ECHO Service Dealer for maintenance. To help you decide whether you want to DO-IT-YOURSELF or have the ECHO Dealer do it, each
maintenance task has been graded.
If task is not listed, see your ECHO Dealer for repairs. SKILL LEVELS Level 1 = Level 2 = Level 3 = Easy to do. Most required tools come with unit.
Moderate difficulty. Some specialized tools may be required. Experience required. Specialized tools are required. Echo recommends that the unit be returned
to your ECHO dealer for service. ECHO offers REPOWERTM Maintenance Kits and Parts to make your maintenance job easier. Just below each task
heading are listed the various part numbers required for that task.
See your ECHO dealer for these parts. MAINTENANCE INTERVALS COMPONENT/ SYSTEM MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE REQ'D SKILL LE V E L
DAILY OR BEFORE U SE EVERY R E FU E L 3 MONTHS OR 90 HOURS 6 MONTHS OR 270 HOURS YEARLY Recommended Echo Dealer Maintenance
Procedures Cylinder Exhaust Port Inspect/Clean/Decarbon 3 I/C Do-It-Yourself Maintenance Procedures Air Filter Choke Fuel Filter Fuel System, Leaks
Cooling System Muffler Spark Arrestor Recoil Starter Rope Spark Plug Screws/Nuts/Bolts Inspect/Clean/Replace Inspect/Clean Inspect/Replace
Inspect/Replace Inspect/Clean Inspect/Replace Inspect/Clean Inspect/Clean Inspect/Tighten/Replace 1 2 1 1 2 2 1 2 1 I / R* I/C I/C R* I I/C I / R* I / R* I /
R* I/C I/C I R* R* MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE LETTER CODES: I = INSPECT, R = REPLACE, C = CLEAN IMPORTANT NOTE - Time intervals
shown are maximum. Actual use and your experience will determine the frequency of required maintenance.
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MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE NOTES: * All recommendations to replace are based on the finding of damage or wear during inspection. POWER
BLOWER OPERATOR'S MANUAL AIR FILTER Level 1.
Tools required: 25-50 mm (1-2 in.) Cleaning brush. Parts required: 90008 REPOWERTM Air and Filter Kit 15 NOTE Clean daily. 1. ]).
This prevents dirt from Close choke (Cold Start Position [ entering the carburetor throat when the air filter is removed. Brush accumulated dirt from the air
filter area. Remove the air filter cover. Lightly brush debris from filter. If filter is fuel soaked, deformed, or very dirty, replace it. If filter can be reused, be
certain it: · fits tightly in the air filter cavity. · is installed with the original side out. 2. 3. FUEL FILTER Level 1.
Tools required: 200-250 mm (8-10 in.) length of wire with one end bent into a hook, Clean rag, funnel, and an approved fuel container. Parts required: 90008
REPOWERTM Air and Filter Kit WARNING DANGER Fuel is VERY flammable. Use extreme care when mixing, storing or handling. 1. 2. 3. Use a clean rag
to remove loose dirt from around fuel cap and empty fuel tank. Use the "fuel line hook" to pull the fuel line and filter from the tank. Remove the filter from the
line and install the new filter.
16 SPARK PLUG Level 2. Tools required: 3/4 in. Spark Plug deep socket, Feeler gauge Parts Required: REPOWERTM Tune-Up Kit P/N 90074
IMPORTANT Use only NGK BPM-8Y spark plug (BPMR-8Y in Canada) otherwise severe engine damage may occur. 1. 2.
3. 4. Remove spark plug and check for fouling, worn and rounded center electrode. Clean the plug or replace with a new one. DO NOT sand blast to clean.
Remaining sand will damage engine. Adjust spark plug gap by bending outer electrode. Tighten spark plug to 150-170 kg/cm (130-150 in. lb.). 0.65 mm
(0.026 in.) COOLING SYSTEM Level 2. Tools required: 25-50 mm (1-2 in.
) Cleaning brush, 3 mm Hex Wrench, Cross Head Screwdriver Parts Required: None, if you are careful. INTAKE GRILL IMPORTANT To maintain proper
engine operating temperatures, cooling air must pass freely through the cylinder fin area. This flow of air carries combustion heat away from the engine.
Overheating and engine seizure can occur when: · Air intakes are blocked, preventing cooling air from reaching the cylinder. · Dust and grass build up on the
outside of the cylinder. This build up insulates the engine and prevents the heat from leaving. Removal of cooling passage blockages or cleaning of cooling
fins is considered "Normal Maintenance". Any failure attributed to lack of maintenance is not warranted. Cleaning Grill 1. Brush accumulated debris from
crankcase intake grill above the fuel tank.
POWER BLOWER OPERATOR'S MANUAL Cleaning Cylinder Fins 1. 2. 3. Remove spark plug lead and spark plug. Remove two upper 3 mm hex screws at
recoil starter.
Remove engine cover (five screws), pull cover away from engine. Loosely install spark plug to prevent dirt from entering cylinder. Clean cylinder fins to allow
cooling air to pass freely. Remove spark plug and loosely reassemble engine cover with five cross head and two hex head screws. Tighten all screws securely.
Install spark plug and spark plug lead. 17 4. 5. 6. EXHAUST SYSTEM Spark Arrestor Screen Level 2. Tools required: Cross Head Screwdriver, 3 mm Hex
Wrench, Soft metal brush Parts Required: Spark arrestor screen, Gasket IMPORTANT Carbon deposits in muffler will cause a drop in engine output and
overheating. Spark arrestor screen must be checked periodically. 1. 2. 3.
4. Remove spark lead and spark plug. Remove two upper 3 mm hex screws at recoil starter. Remove five engine cover screws and remove cover from engine.
A Remove spark arrestor covers (A, B), gasket (C) and spark arrestor screen (D) from muffler. Replace screen if plugged with carbon deposits. B D C NOTE
When cleaning carbon deposit, be careful not to damage the catalytic element inside muffler. 5. 6. 7.
8. Install spark arrestor screen, gasket, and covers. Loosely reassemble engine cover with five cross head and two hex head screws. Tighten all screws
securely. Install spark plug and spark plug lead.
18 Cylinder Exhaust Port Level 3. IMPORTANT The cylinder exhaust port must be inspected and cleaned of excess carbon every 3 months or 90 hours of
operation in order to maintain this engine within the emissions durability period. ECHO strongly recommends that you return your unit to your ECHO dealer
for this important maintenance service. CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT Engine Break-In New engines must be operated a minimum duration of two tanks of
fuel break-in before carburetor adjustments can be made. During the break-in period your engine performance will increase and exhaust emissions will
stabilize.
Idle speed can be adjusted as required. High Altitude Adjustment High altitude adjustment is not required for proper operation of this engine. Level 2. Tools
required: Screwdriver, tachometer (Echo P/N 99051130017) Parts required: None. NOTE Every unit is run at the factory and the carburetor is set in
compliance with emission regulations. This carburetor does not have acceleration and high speed adjustment needles. 1. 2. 3. 4.
Before adjusting the carburetor, clean or replace the air filter and spark arrestor screen and blower pipes are installed. Start engine and run for several
minutes to reach operating temperature. Stop engine. Turn red HI speed needle (A) CCW (counter clockwise) to stop. Idle Speed Adjustment with tachometer.
·Start engine and turn "idle" speed adjustment screw (B) to idle RPM found on page 21 in the "Specifications" section of this manual. Accelerate to full
throttle for 2-3 seconds to clear excess fuel from engine then return to idle. Accelerate to full throttle to check for smooth transition from idle to full throttle. If
engine stops or stalls after full warm up return the unit to your authorized ECHO dealer for repair. Check HI speed RPM at W.
O.T. (Wide Open Throttle). HI speed RPM should be set to specifications found on page 21 "Specifications" of this manual. Check idle speed and reset if
necessary.
A 5. B 6. 7. POWER BLOWER OPERATOR'S MANUAL TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING CHART Problem C h eck Fuel at carburetor 19
Status No fuel at carburetor C au se Fuel strainer clogged Fuel line clogged Carburetor Carburetor Fuel Mixture too rich Remedy Clean or replace Clean or
replace See your Echo dealer See your Echo dealer Open choke Clean/replace air filter Adjust carburetor See your Echo dealer Turn switch to ON See your
Echo dealer See your Echo dealer Adjust to .65mm (0.
026 in.) Clean or replace Clean or replace Replace plug Clean or replace Replace Fuel at cylinder No fuel at cylinder Muffler wet with fuel Engine cranks
starts hard/ doesn't start Spark at end of plug wire Spark at plug No spark Stop switch off Electrical problem Interlock switch Spark gap incorrect Covered
with carbon Fouled with fuel Plug defective Normal wear Contaminants/residues in fuel No spark Air filter Fuel filter Fuel vent Spark Plug Carburetor
Cooling System Spark Arrestor Screen Engine does not crank Engine runs, blower doesn't work or is weak/uneven N/A Blower pipe Air filter dirty Fuel filter
dirty Fuel vent plugged Plug dirty/worn Improper adjustment Cooling system dirty/plugged Spark arrestor screen plugged N/A Pipe clogged Pipe loose Pipe
damaged Engine runs, but dies or does not accelerate properly Contaminants/residues in fuel Clean or replace Normal wear Vibration Extended operation in
dirty/dusty locations Normal wear Internal engine problem Build-up of debris Vibration Wear/Misuse Clean and adjust or replace Adjust Clean Replace See
your Echo dealer Unclog Tighten Replace WARNING DANGER Fuel vapors are extremely flammable and may cause fire and/or explosion.
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Never test for ignition spark by grounding spark plug near cylinder plug hole, otherwise serious personal injury may result. 20 STORAGE WARNING
DANGER During operation the muffler or catalytic muffler and surrounding cover becomes hot. @@@@3. Place the stop switch s in the "STOP" position. A.
Place a clean cloth over the spark plug hole. @@Perform all periodic lubrication and services that are required. Tighten all screws and nuts.
@@Remove the spark plug and pour 7cc (1/4 oz.) of fresh, clean ECHO 2-stroke engine oil into the cylinder through the spark plug hole. B. Pull the recoil
starter handle 2-3 times to distribute the oil inside the engine. C. Observe the piston location through the spark plug hole. Pull the recoil handle slowly until
the piston reaches the top of its travel and leave it there. 8. Install the spark plug (do not connect ignition cable). Remove blower pipe assembly from unit.
4. 5. 6. 7. 9.
POWER BLOWER OPERATOR'S MANUAL SPECIFICATIONS 21 MODEL ----------------------------------------------------- PB-200 Hand Held Length
------------------------------------------------------- 330 mm (13.0 in.) (w/o pipes) Width -------------------------------------------------------- 215 mm (8.5 in.) Height
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4 in.) Weight (dry) ------------------------------------------------ 3.8 kg (8.38 lb.) Engine Type ------------------------------------------------ Air cooled, two-stroke,
single cylinder gasoline engine Displacement ----------------------------------------------- 21.2 cc (1.39 cu. in.) Bore
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27 in.) Stroke -------------------------------------------------------- 26.0 mm (1.10 in.) Carburetor -------------------------------------------------- Zama w/primer bulb
Ignition System -------------------------------------------- Flywheel Magneto, capacitor discharge ignition type Spark Plug
-------------------------------------------------- NGK BPM-8Y Gap 0.65 mm (0.026 in.) Exhaust System -------------------------------------------- Spark Arrestor Muffler
w/catalyst Fuel ---------------------------------------------------------- Mixed (Gasoline and Two-stroke Oil) Fuel/Oil Ratio ----------------------------------------------50:1 two-stroke air cooled engine oil Gasoline ----------------------------------------------------- 89 Octane unleaded. DO NOT use fuel containing methyl alcohol,
more than 10% ethyl alcohol or 15% MTBE. Oil ------------------------------------------------------------ Power Blend TM Premium Universal 2-Stroke Oil Fuel
Tank Capacity ---------------------------------------- 0.
5 lit. (16.9 US fl. oz.) Recoil Starter System -------------------------------------- Automatic Recoil Starter Centrifugal Type Wide Open Throttle Speed (RPM)
----------------------- 7,000 - 9,000 Idle Speed (RPM) ------------------------------------------ 2,700 - 3,300 Maximum Air Volume --------------------------------------8.
6 m3/min. (305 cu. ft./min.) Maximum Air Speed w/pipes (MPH) --------------------225.
3 m/sec (140 mph) Sound Level at 50 ft. dB(A) scale per ANSI B175.2 ---- 65 dB(A) 22 NOTES POWER BLOWER OPERATOR'S MANUAL 23 NOTES
SERVICING INFORMATION PARTS/SERIAL NUMBER Genuine ECHO Parts and ECHO REPOWERTM Parts and Assemblies for your ECHO products are
available only from an Authorized ECHO Dealer. When you do need to buy parts always have the Model Number and Serial Number of the unit with you. You
can find these numbers on the engine housing. For future reference, write them in the space provided below. Model No. _____________ SN. ____________
SERVICE Service of this product during the warranty period must be performed by an Authorized ECHO Service Dealer. For the name and address of the
Authorized ECHO Service Dealer nearest you, ask your retailer or call: 1-800-432-ECHO (3246).
Dealer information is also available on our Web Site. When presenting your unit for Warranty service/repairs, proof of purchase is required. ECHO
CONSUMER PRODUCT SUPPORT If you require assistance or have questions concerning the application, operation or maintenance of this product you
may call the ECHO Consumer Product Support Department at 1-800-673-1558 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (Central Standard Time) Monday through Friday.
Before calling, please know the model and serial number of your unit to help your Consumer Product Support Representative. DEALER? Call
1-800-432-ECHO or www.echo-usa.com CONSUMER PRODUCT SUPPORT 1-800-673-1558 8:30 - 4:30 Mon - Fri C.S.T. WARRANTY REGISTRATION
You may register your Echo equipment using the warranty registration card or register on-line at www.
echo-usa.com. Registering provides a direct link between you and ECHO if we find it necessary to contact you. ADDITIONAL OR REPLACEMENT
MANUALS Safety Manuals in English/Spanish or English/French are available, free of charge, from your ECHO dealer or at www.echo-usa.
com. Operator's and Parts Manuals are available by: · Downloading free from www.echo-usa.com · Purchasing from your Echo Dealer. · Manuals are
available by sending a written request stating the model number and serial number of your Echo unit, part number of the manual, your name and address,
and mail to the address below.
Safety Videos are available from your Echo dealer. A $5.00 shipping charge will be required for each video. ECHO, INCORPORATED 400 OAKWOOD
ROAD LAKE ZURICH, IL 60047-1564 www.echo-usa.com 09001001/09999999 .
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