Operator`s Manual, 23 Compact, 1993-08, Chain Saw

Operator`s Manual, 23 Compact, 1993-08, Chain Saw
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
3
KNOWYOURUNIT
......................... 6
PREPARINGYOURSAWFORUSE
......... 7
A. GettingReady . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
B. Attachingthe BarandChain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
C, Chain Tension . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
D. FuelingYourEngine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
E. BarandChainOil . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......10
USINGYOURSAW
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ,..11
A. Pre–Operation Checks.. . . . . . . . . . . .......11
B, Starting Instructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...,,,.11
TYPES OF CUTTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
A. Basic Cutting Technique . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
B. Tree FellingTechniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12
C. Bucking .. .............................,14
D. DebranchingandPruning . . . . . . . . . .......15
GENERALMAINTENANCE
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
A. Guide Barand Chain.. . . . . . . . . . . . . .......16
B. SparkArrestor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......17
StarterRope . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......18
D. CarburetorAdjustments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
E. AirFilter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ..,....20
1?, Chain Brake . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ... ... ,...2o
G. Storage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20
H. Trouble ShootingChart . . . . . . . . . . . .......21
Maintenance Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .......22
ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .“23
WARRANTYSTATEMENT
. . . . . . . . Back Cover
c.
Choke
Knob
Handlebar
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/
Start/Stop
Switch
THIS SAW IS FOR
OCCASIONAL USE ONLY
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Starter
Handle
Oil Cap
Throttle
Trigger
~ChainBrake
Low-Kickback
Chain
Fuel Cap
ReducedKickback
Guide Bar
SPECIFICATIONS
23Compact
2.3 Cu.In.
16’’ Sprocket Nose
.050Gauge
3/8’’ Pitch
Chrome Cutters
91SGOR91VG
MODEL:
DISPLACEMENT:
GUIDE BAR:
CHAIN:
FUELMIX:
SPARKPLUG:
SPARKPLUGGAP:
IGNITION:
MODULEAIRGAP:
OILER:
MUFFLER:
Gasoline/OilMixture - 50:l(see ’’FuelingYour Engine”)
Champion(CJ-8)
,025”
Solid State
.olo’’to.ol4°
Automatic
Temperature Limiting/Spark Arresting
Manufactur’wl
underone ormore ofthefollowng patentnumbers:4,197,640;4,302,879;4,940,028,
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WMNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
(See Additional Safety Instructions throughout this Manual)
GUARD AGAINST KICKBACK
REDUCE THE CHANCE OF KICKBACK
Kickback is a dangerous reaction that can lead to serious
injury. Do not rely only on the safety devices provided with
our saw. As a chain saw user,you must take special safety
recautions to help keep your cutting jobs free from accient or injury.
A KICKBACK WARNING
(ickback can occur when the moving chain conacts an object at the upper portion of the tip of
he guide bar or when the wood closes in and
)inches the saw chain in the cut. Contact at the
lpper portion of the tip of the guide bar can
;ause the chain to dig into the object, which
kops the chain for an instant. The result is a
ightning fast, reverse reaction which kicks the
wide bar up and back toward the operator. If
he saw chain is pinched along the top of the
~ide bar, the guide bar can be driven rapidly
jack toward the operator. Either of these reacions can cause loss of saw control which can re;ult in serious injury.
Figure 1
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Avoid
Obstructions
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Figure 2
Never Reverse
Hand Positions
I
Stand To
The Left
Of The Saw
Elbow
‘ Locked
Thumb On
Under Side
Of Handlebar
Figure 3
1. Recognize that kickback can happen. With a
basic understanding of kickback, you can reduce
tJ~fJement of surprise which contributes to acci2. Never let the moving chain at the tip of the
guide bar contact any object. Figure 1.
3. Keep the working area free from obstructions such as other trees, branches, recks, fences,
stumps, etc. Figure 2. Eliminate or avoid any obstruction that your saw chain could hit while you
are cutting through a particular log or branch.
4. Keep your saw chain sharp and properly tensioned. A loose or dull chain can increase the
chance of kickback to occur. Follow manufacturer’s
chain sharpening and maintenance instructions.
Check tension at regular intervals with the engine
stopped, never with the engine running. Make sure
the bar clamp nuts are securely tightened after tensioning the chain.
5. Begin and continue cutting at full throttle. If
the chain is moving at a slower speed, there is greater chance for kickback to occur.
6. Cut one log at a time.
7. Use extreme caution when recentering a
previous cut.
8. Do not attempt plunge cuts.
9. Watch for shifting logs or other forces that could
close a cut and pinch or fall into chain.
10 Use the Reduced-Kickback Guide Bar and
Low-Kickback Chain specified for your saw.
MAINTAIN CONTROL
1. Keep a good, firm grip on the saw with both
hands when the engine is running and don’t
let go. Figure 3. A firm grip can neutralize kickback and help you maintain control of the saw. Kee
the fingers of your left hand encircling and you left
thumb under the front handlebar. Keep your right
hand completely around the rear handle whether
your are right handed or left handed. Keep your left
arm straight with the elbow locked.
2. Position your left hand on the front handlebar so it is in a straight line with your right
hand on the rear handle when making bucking cuts. Figure 3. Never reverse right and left
hand positions for any type of cutting.
3. Stand with your weight evenly balanced on
both feet.
4. Stand slightly to the left side of the saw to
keep your body and head from being in a direct line with the cutting chain. Figure 3.
5. Do not overreach. You could be drawn or thrown
off balance and lose control of the saw.
6. Do not cut above shoulder height. It is difficult
to maintain control of saw above shoulder height.
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WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
A WARNING
Because a chain saw is a high-speed wood-cutting tool, special safety precautions must be observed to reduce the risk of accidents. Careless or improper use
of this tool can cause serious iniurv.
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KNOW YOUR SAW
1. Read your operator’s manual carefull until
you completely understand and can followal r safety
rules, precautions, and operating instructions before attempting to operate the unit.
2. “Restrictthe use of your saw to adult users who
understandand can follow safety rules, precautions, and operatinginstructionsfound in this
manual.
PLAN AHEAD
1. Wear protective ear. Figure 4. Alwaysuse
steel-toed safety footwearwith non–slip soles;
snug-fitting clothing; heavy-duty non-slip
gloves;eyeprotectionsuchasnon–fo gin , vented
gogglesorfacescreen;anap rovedsaH
et ardhat;
andsoundbarriers–– earpf’ugsor mufJersto protectyourhearing.Regular users should have hearing checked regularly as chain saw noise can damage hearing.
2. Keep children, bystanders, and animals a
minimum of 30 feet (10 Meters) away from the
work area. Do not allow other people or animals
to be near the chain saw when starting or operating
the chain saw.
3. Do not handle or o crate a chain saw when
you are fatigued, ilf, or upset, or if you have
taken alcohol, drugs, or medication. Youmust
be in goodphysicalconditionand mentallyalert.
Chainsawworkisstrenuous.Ifyouhaveanyconditionthat mightbe aggravatedby strenuouswork,
checkwith your doctorbefore operatinga chain
saw.
4. Do not attempt to use your chain saw during
bad weather conditionssuchasstrongwind,rain,
snow,ice,etc.,or at night.
5. Carefully plan your sawing operation in advance. Do not startcuttinguntilyou have a clear
work area, secure footing, and, if you are felling
trees, a planned retreat path.
AVOID REACTIVE FORCES
Pinch-Kickback and Pull–In occur when the
chain is suddenly stopped by being pinched,
caught, or by contacting a foreign object in the
wood. This suddenstoppingof the chainresultsin a reversalof the chainforceusedto cutwoodandcausesthe
sawtomoveintheop ositedirectionofthechainrotation.
Pinch-Kickback I rivesthe saw straightbacktoward
theo erator.Pull-In pullsthesawawayfromtheoperator, I!itherreactioncanresultinlossofcontrolandpossibly seriousinjury
To avoid Pinch-Kickback:
1. Be extremely aware of situations or obstructions thatcancausematerialto pinchthetopofor
otherwisestopthe chain.
2. Do not cut more than one log at a time.
3. Do not twist the saw asthebariswithdrawnfrom
an under–cut when bucking.
To avoid Pull-In:
1. Always begin cutting with the engine at full
throttle and the saw housing against wood.
2. Usewedges made of plastic or wood, (never of
metal) to holdthe cutopen.
HANDLE FUEL WITH CAUTION
1. Eliminate all sources of sparks or flame in the
areas where fuel is mixed, poured, or stored.
Thereshouldbe no smoking,openflames,orwork
thatcouldcausesparks.
2. Mix and pour fuel in an outdoor area on bare
ground;store fuel in a cool, dry, well ventilated
place;and use an approved,markedcontainer for
all fuel purposes,
3. Wipe up all fuel spills before starting saw.
4. Move at least 10 feet (3 meters) from the fueling site before starting the engine.
5. Do not smoke while handling fuel or while
operating the saw.
6. Turn the engine off and let your saw cool in a
non-combustible area, notondryleaves,straw,
paper,etc. Slowlyremovefuelcapandrefuelunit.
7, Storetheunitandfuelinanareawherefuelva~ors
cannot reach sparks or open flames from w’ater
heaters, electric motors or switches, furnaces, etc.
If, situations occur which are not covered in this manual. use care and good iudement.
Contact your Service Dealer if you need assistance. “ -
WARNINGS AND SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
OPERATE YOUR SAW SAFELY
1, Do not operate a chain saw that is damaged,
improperly adjusted, or not completely and
securely assembled.
2, Operate the chain saw only in outdoor areas.
3. Do not operate saw from a ladder or in a tree.
4, Position all parts of your body to the left of
cut and away from the saw chain when the engine is running.
5. Cut wood only. Do not use your saw to pry or
shoveawaylimbs,roots,or otherobjects.
6. Make sure the chain will not make contact
with any object while starting the engine.
Nevertryto startthe saw when the guide bar is in a
cut or kerf.
7. Use extreme caution when cutting small size
brush and saplings. Slendermaterialcancatch
the saw chainand be whippedtowardyou or pull
youoffbalance.
8. Be alert for springback whencuttinga limbthat
is undertensionso you will not be struckby the
limborsawwhentensioninwoodfibersis released.
9. Do not put pressure on the saw at the end of a
cut. Ap-plyi~gpressure can cause you to lose control when the cut is completed.
10.Stop the engine before setting the saw down.
MAINTAIN YOUR SAW IN GOOD
WORKING ORDER
1. Have all chain saw service performed by a qualified service dealer with the exceptionof the
itemslistedinthemaintenancesectionofthismanual. Forexample,if impropertoolsareusedto remove or hold the flywheel when servicingthe
clutch,structuraldamageto theflywheelcanoccur
andcausethe flywheelto burst.
2. Keep fuel and oil caps, screws, and fasteners
securely tightened.
3, Keep the handles dry, clean, and free of oil or
fuel mixture.
4. Make certain the saw chain stops moving
when the throttle trigger is released. Forcorrection,referto “CarburetorAdjustments.”
5. Stop saw if chain strikes a foreign object. Inspectunitandrepairor replacepartsas necessary.
6. Disconnect the spark plug before performing
any maintenance exceptcarburetor
adjustments.
7. Never modify your saw in anyway. Useonlyattachmentssuppliedorspecifically
recommended
by
themanufacturer.
8. Alwa s replace the chain brake immediately
if it i ecomes damaged, broken, or is other
wise removed.
4. Store unit and fuel in a dry area out of the
reach of children. Donotstorewherefuelvapors
canreachsparksor an openflamefromhot water
heaters,electricmotorsor switches,furnaces,etc.
THIS CHAIN SAWIS FOR OCCASIONAL USE ONLY.
ISQTl!b Exposure to vibrations through prolonged use
of gasoline powered hand tools could cause blood
vessel or nerve damage in the fingers, hands, and
wrists of people prone to circulation disorders or
abnormal swellings. Prolonged use in cold weather
has been linked to blood vessel damage in otherwise
healthy people. If symptoms occur such as numbness, pain, loss of strength, change in skin color or
texture, or loss of feeling m the fingers, hands, or
wrists, discontinue the use of this tool and seek
medical attention. An anti–vibration system does
not guarantee the avoidance of these problems. Users who operate power tools on a continual and regular basis must monitor closely their physical condition and the condition of this tool,
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Refer to the Code of Federal Regulations,
Section 1910.266(5); 2.5.1 of American National
Standard Safety Requirements for Pulpwood Logging, ANSI 03.1–1978~ and relevant state safety
codes when using a chain saw for logging purposes.
KICKBACK SAFETY FEATURES
A WARNING
The following features are included on your saw
to help reduce the hazard of kickback; however,
such features will not totally eliminate this dangerous reaction. As a chain saw user, do not rely
only on safety devices. You must follow all safety
precautions, instructions, and maintenance in
this manual to help avoid kickback and other
forces which can result in serious i~”ury.
.
.
CARRY AND STORE YOUR SAW SAFELY
1. Hand carry with engine stop ed, the muffler
away from your body, andgui$’e barandchainto
therear,coveredpreferablywitha scabbard.
2. Before transporting in any vehicle or storing
in any enclosure, allow your saw to cool completely,coverthebarandchain,andproperlysecure
to avoidturnover,fuelspillage,or damage.
3. Empty the fuel tank before storing the tool.
Use up fuel left in the carburetor and fuel lines by
starting the engine and letting it run until it stops.
●
Reduced-Kickback Guide Bar, desimiedwitha
small radius tip which reduces the”size ~f the kickback danger zone onthe bar tip. Figure 5. AReduced– Kickback Guide Bar is one which has been
demonstrated to significantly reduce the number
and seriousness of kickbacks when tested in accordance with the safety re uirements for gasoline
powered chain saws as set! yANSI B175.1 – 1991
(American National Standards Institute, Inc.,
Standard B175.1 - 1991).
LOW-Ki&baCk
Chain, designed with a contoured depth gauge and guard link which deflect
kickback force and allow wood to gradually ride
into the cutter. Figure 5. Low-Kickback Chain is
chain which has met kickback performance requirements of ANSI B175.1 (Safety Requirements
for Gasoline-Powered Chain Saws) when tested on
a representative sample of chain saws below 3.8 cubic inch displacement specified in ANSI B175.1.
Chain Brake, designedto stop the chainif our
handslipsoffthe fronthandlebar.When kick~ack
occurs,if the chainsaw is held correctlyand the
brakeis adjusted roperly,the actuatingleverwill
bepushedforward!andthechainbrakewillstopthe
chain. However, do not rely on the presence of the
chain brake to protect you against inju from kickback. Although itmayappear that the cT ainis stopping quickly, it still may not be fast enough to provide protection in the event of kickback.
5
.
Position of front and rear handlebars, desimed with distancebetweenhandlesand “inli~e” with each other. Thes read and “in-line” position of the hands provideCfby this design work together to give balance and resistance in controlling
the pivot of the saw back toward the operator if
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DepthGaugw
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Chain
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RickbnckForce
AndA)lowaWood
To Gradually
RideInto Cutter
STATE AND LOCAL REQUIREMENTS
For users on all U.S. Forest Lands and in some
states, including California (Public Resources
Codes 4442 and 4443), Idaho, Maine, Minnesota,
New Jersey, Oregon, and Washington: Certaininternalcombustionenginesoperatedon forest,brush,and/or
grass-coveredlandsintheaboveareasmustbe equipped
witha sparkarrestormaintainedin effectiveworkingorder, or the enginemust be constructed,equipped,and
maintainedfor the preventionof fire. Checkwithyour
state or local authoritiesfor regulationspertainingto
theserequirements,Failureto followtheserequirements
is aviolationofthelaw.This unit is factory-equipped
with a temperature limiting muffler and a spark
arrestor. If a sparkarrestoris requiredinyourarea,you
arelegallyresponsible
formaintainingtheoperatingconditionoftheseparts.Ifasparkarrestorisrequiredinyour
area,contactyourAuthorizedService Dealer for the correct kit.
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SymmetricalLarge
RadiusTip
GuideBar
ChainWitbHigh
KickbackPotential
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
KNOW YOUR UNIT
A. INTRODUCTION
C. UNPACKING INSTRUCTIONS
Your saw has been designed with safety in mind and
includes the following safety features as standard
equipment:
.
.
.
.
Reduced-Kickback Guide Bar (Control [email protected])
Low-Kickback Chain (Guard Link)
Handguard
Spark &restor
Temperature Limiting Muffler
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1. After removing the contents from the carton,
check parts against the Carton Contents list.
2. Examine the parts for darnage. Do not use damaged parts.
3. Notify your HUSQVXRNA dealer immediately if
apart is missing or damaged.
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It is normal to hear the fuel filter rattle in
an empty fuel tank.
B. CARTON CONTENTS
KEY
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1.
2,
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Engine
Guide Bar
Operator’s Manual (not shown)
Loose Parts Bag (not shown)
1
1
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LOOSE PARTS BAG CONTENTS:
Chain
Bar Wrench
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;
2.
6
4.
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PREP~ING
YOUR SAW FOR USE
2. HAVE THE FOLLOWING AVAILABLE:
a. Protective gloves<
b. Approved, marked fuel container.
c. One gallon regular unleaded gasoline.
d. 2.6 oz. 2 cycle, air-cooled engine oil (See the
“FuelingYourEngine”section).
e. Bar and Chain Oil (See the “Bar and Chain
Oil” section).
f. Scrench.
g. Standard Screwdriver
A. GETTING READY
1. READ YOUR OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
CAREFULLY
Your Operator’sManual has been developedto
help ou prepareyoursawfor use andto understanJ its safeoperation.It is im ortantthatyou
readyourmanualcompletelyto\ ecomefamiliar
with the unit before you begin assembl or attern t operation. Your HUSQVARNA (l’ealer is
avaiYable to show you how to operate your saw, Be
sure to ask for his assistance.
B. ATTACHING THE BAR AND CHAIN
I
Your saw is equipped with a Reduced-Kickback Bar and a Low-Kickback Chain.
Always use the Reduced-Kickback Guide
Bar and Low-Kickback Chain specified for
your chain saw model when replacing these
parts. See the “Specifications” section.
A WARNING
I
Do not start engine without guide bar and chain
completely assembled. Otherwise, the clutch
can come off and serious injury can result.
ICAUTION.. t
Wear protective gloves when
handling or operating saw. The chain is sharp
and can cut you even when it is not moving!
1. Remove the following parts using a scrench and a
standard screwdriver.
a. Bar Clamp Nut
b. Bar Clamp Screw
c. Bar Clamp
2. Turn the adjusting screw counterclockwise to
move the adjusting pin almost as far as it will go to
the rear. Figure 6.
3. Mount the guide bar with the large slot over the
mounting pins and the small adjusting pin
through the small hole in the bar. Figures 7 & 8.
4. Hold the chain with the cutters facing as shown in
Figure 8 (inset).
5. Place the chain over and behind the clutch drum
and onto the sprocket.
6. Slide the guide bar toward the rear of the saw as
far as possible.
7. Fit the bottom of the drive links between the teeth
in the sprocket.
8. Start at the top of the bar and fit chain drive links
into the groove around the guide bar. Figure 8.
9. Pull the guide bar forward until the chain is snug
in the guide bar groove.
10. Hold the guide bar against the saw frame and install the bar clamp.
11. Replace bar mounting nut and finger tighten only.
Tighten bar clamp nut afier chain is tensioned.
12. Replace the bar clamp screw at the rear of the bar
clamp. Tighten securely.
13, Follow the “Chain Tension” instructions below.
Counterclockwise
Figure 6
.
Clutch
.
Adj>>*~’n.~”
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Large Slot
Pin
Figure 7
Figure 9
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C. CHAIN TENSION
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Chain Tension is very important- - A loosechainwillwearthebaranditself.
- A loosechaincanjumpoffthebarwhileyou
arecutting
- ~rt~i#ltchaincanbreakordamagethesawand/
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Adjusting Screw
Hr
Turn
.
The chain stretches during use, es ecially
whennew. Checktensionperiodically
as FO11OWS:
eachtimethe sawis used;
morefrequentlywhenthe chainis new;
– as thechainwarmsupto normaloperating
temperature.
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). Chain tension is correct when the chain can
L
be lifted about 1/8” from the Guide Bar at a oint
near the middle of the bar and will move ?reely
around the bar.
Chain Can Be
. Chain tensionin~ tmocedure:
Lifted 118”When
Tension Is Correct
~TION:
[ Alwa~s-wear gloves when handling the chain. The chain is sharu and can
cu~ you even when it is not movin’g!
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1. Lift up the tip of the guide bar and turn the adjust1/8”
ing screw clockwise until the chain does not sag
beneath the guide bar. Figure 10.
2. Check the tension by lifting the chain from the
guide bar at the center of the bar. Figure 11.
3. Continue adjusting the adjusting screw until the
tension is correct.
4. Lift up the tip of theguidebarandti hten the bar
mounting screw with the bar wrenc t .
5. Recheck chain tension.
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D. FUELING YOUR ENGINE
1. FUEL SAFETY
Use only recommended fuel mixtures.
:: Mix and pour fuel outdoors and where there
are no sparks or flames.
c. Use a container approved for fuel.
d. Do not smoke or allow smoking near fuel or the
tool or while using the tool.
e. Wipe up all fuel spills before starting engine.
f-. Move at least 10 feet away from the fueling site
before starting the engine.
g. Stop the engine before removing the fuel cap.
h. Empty the fuel tank before storing the tool.
Use up fuel left in the carburetor by starting
the engine and letting it run until it stops.
i. Store unit and fuel in an area where fuel vapors cannot reach sparks or open flames from
water heaters, electric motors or switches, furnaces, etc.
2. FUEL MIXTURE
● Your unit is powered by a 2-cycle engine
which requires a fuel mixture of regular
unleaded gasoline and a high quality engine oil specially made for 2-cycle, aircooled engines. The internal design of the
2–cycle engine requires lubrication of moving
parts. Lubrication is provided when the recommended mixture of gasoline and oil is used.
● Genuine HUSQVARNA 50:1, 2-cycle, air
cooled engine oil is strongly recommended for the protection of your unit.
Extensive engineering tests have proven that
HUSQVARNA oil resists break-down at operating temperatures common to 2–cycle, air
cooled engines, resulting in dependable performance and longer engine life.
● Gasoline must be clean and not over two
months old. Gasoline will chemically break
down and form compounds that cause hard
starting and damage in 2–cycle, air cooled engines.
● The correct measure of gasoline to oil is
very important. Too much oil in the mixture
will foul the spark plug.
3. USE THE FOLLOWING ONLY:
HUSQVARNA 50:12–cycle oil is strongly recommended. A 50:1 fuel mixture = 2.6 oz. oil to 1 gallon regular unleaded gasoline. If HUSQVARNA
brand 2–cycle oil is not available, use a ood quality 2–cycle, air-cooled engine 011mixef at a ratio
of 32:1 (4 oz. oil to 1 gallon unleaded gasoline).
4. DO NOT USE THE FOLLOWING:
● NMMA Oil -- National Marine Manufacturers Association (formerly BIA) Does not have proper additives for 2–cycle, air
cooled engines and can cause engine damage.
●
AUTOMOTIVE OILDoes not have proper additives for 2–cycle, air
cooled engines and can cause engine damage.
A WARNING
I
Alcohol blended fuels (called gasohol or using
ethanol or methanol) can attract moisture
which leads to separation and formation of
acids during storage. Acidic gas can damage the
fuel system of an engine while in storage. To
avoid engine problems, the fuel system should
be emptied before storage. Drain the gas tank,
start the engine, and let it run until the fuel lines
and carburetor are empty. Use fresh fuel after
taking the unit out of storage. Seethe “Storage”
section for additional information. Never use
engine or carburetor cleaner products in the
fuel tank or permanent damage may occur.
5. HOW TO MIX FUEL AND FILL TANK
1. Pour the proper measure of2–cycle, air cooled
engine oil into an approved, marked fuel container. Then, fill the container with regular
unleaded gasoline.
NOTE: If fuel is already in the container, add the
proper measure of 2–cycle engine oil. Then,
close the container tightly and shake it momentarily.
NOTE: Do not mixgasolzne and oil directly in the
fuel tank.
2. Using a spout or funnel, fill the fuel tank with
fuel mix.
3. Reinstall the fuel cap securely.
ON : I Too little oil or incorrect oil will
cause the engine to overheat and seize.
NOTES
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E. BAR AND CHAIN OIL
The Guide Bar and Cutting Chain require
continuous lubrication to remain in operating condition. Lubrication is provided by the
automatic oiler system when the oil tank is kept
filled.
––Lack of oil will quickly ruin the Bar and
Chain.
––Too little oil will cause overheating
shown by smoke coming from the chain and/or
discoloration of the guide bar rails.
c. Loosen cap slowly and wait for pressure in the
tank to be released before removing the cap.
d. Fill the oil tank.
e. Replace the oil cap securely.
3. IMPORTANT POINTS TO
REMEMBER
Genuine HLJSQVARNABar and Chain Oil is
recommended to protect your unit against
excessive wear from heat and friction.
HUSQVARNA oil resists high temperature thinning. If HUSQVARNA Bar and Chain Oil is not
available, use a good grade SAE 30 oil. Never use
waste oil for bar and chain lubrication.
In freezing weather oil will thicken, making
it necessary to use HUSQVARNA winter
weight bar and chain oil, or to thin bar and
chain oil with a small amount of Diesel Fuel
#1 or kerosene. Bar and chain oil must be free
flowing for the oil system to pump enough oil for
adequate lubrication.
a. Fill the oil tank each time you refill the
fuel tank to ensure that there will be sufficient oil for the chain whenever you start and
run the saw.
b. The saw will normally use about 1/2 tank
of chain oil for each tank of fuel mixture.
If lessoilis used,checkfora pluggedoilholein
theguidebar.
c. Keep sawdust and debris cleaned from
the oil holes in the guide bar to allowanadequateoilflowto thebarandchain.
d. Keep spilled and spattered oil wiped
from the unit to avoid sawdust and debris build-up. Payparticularattentionto
oilon thefanhousingandstarterassemblyto
avoidoverheatingthe engine.
e. It is normal for a small amount of oil to
appear under the saw after the engine
stem. This is excess oil draining from the bar
and chain when the saw is not in use.
1. USE THE FOLLOWING:
30° or above –- 100% lubricant -- undiluted.
30°– OOF-– 95% lubricant to 5% #l Diesel Fuel
or kerosene.
Below O“F – – 90% lubricant to 10% #l Diesel
Fuel or kerosene.
2. HOW TO FILL THE OIL TANK
a. Stop the engine.
b. Turn the saw on its sidewith the oil capup.
Figure12.
NOTES
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Figure 12
USING YOUR SAW
A. PRE-OPERATION
CHECKS
6. YCheck the fuel tank and oil tank. Both tanks
should be filled.
7. PCheck the handles. Handles should be dry and
free of fuel mixture and oil.
8, PCheck weather conditions. Do not use your
saw at night or during bad conditions such as strong
wind, rain, snow, etc.
9. @Check the work area. Kee children, bystanders, and animals a minimum o F30 feet (10 meters)
away from the work area when starting or operating the saw.
10. PCheck chain brake function. Check to see if
the brake works properly before every cutting job.
If the chain does not appear to stop instantly have
the unit checked by your Authorized Service Dealer.
Each time before o~eratimz vour saw. alwavs:
1. PCheck over the safet~”rules ~d pr;cautionsin this manual. Make certain you completely understand and can apply each one.
2. HCheck protective gear. Always use eye, hearing, and head protection devices; safety footwear;
protective gloves; and snug fitting clothin .
3. XCheck saw for loose bolts, nuts, or f ittings.
Tighten, repair, orreplace parts as necessary Tools
re uired are listed in “Getting Ready” section.
4. F 8 heck the air filter. Cleanthe filter before
starting the engine. For location, see the “Air Filter” section.
5. PCheck the saw chain. The chain should be
sharp and at the correct tension.
)ecifications”sectionforlocationof controls.
1. BASIC PROCEDURE
a. Hold saw firmly with the saw chain free to turn
without contacting any object.
b. Move Start/Stop switch to the “Start” position.
Figure 13.
c. Adjust the choke according to “Starting Procedure For Varying Conditions.”
d. Squeeze trigger with your right hand while
pushing saw away from you and pulling the
starter rope with your left hand. Figure 15.
e. Releasethe trigger after the engine starts, allowing the engine to idle.
IGNITION SWITCH
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Fqgure13
CHOKE
klgure14
Pushsawawa withright
handwhilepu
r“
lmgstarter
ropewithlefihand.
A WARNING
The chain must not move when theengineruns
Adjustat idle speed.Referto the“Carburetor
ments” section for correction.
f. Sto theenginebymovin~ the Start/Stop Swit
tot { e “Stop” position. Fqgure 13.
A WARNING
Always wear gloves; safety footwear; snug fitting clothing; and eye, hearing, and head protection devices when omeratin~ a chain saw.
2. STARTING PROCEDURE FOR V.G
CONDITIONS
NOTEi Be sure to follow “l. BASIC PROCEDURE” as describein theprecedingsection.
a. COLD ENGINE:
1.) Turn the chokeknobto the “Full” position.
Figure14.
2.) Pull starter rope until engineattemptsto
run.
3.) Turnthe chokeknobto the “Half” position.
Figure14.
4.) Pullthe starterropeuntilthe engineruns.
5.) After a 5 secondwarm up, turn the choke
knobto the “Off” ~osition.
A WARNING
Avoid bodily contact with the muffler when
starting or using a warm engine to avoid serious
b. WARM ENGINE:
1.) Leave choke at “Off” position. Figure 14.
2.) Pull the starter rope until the engine runs.
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Figure 15
c. REFUELED WARM ENGINE AFTER
RUNNING OUT OF FUEL
1.) Turn the choke knob to the “Full” position.
Figure 14,
2.) Pull starter rope until engine attempts to
3.) ~u~”nthe choke knob to the “OFF” position.
Figure 14.
4.) Pull the starter rope until the engine runs.
3. IMPORTANT POINTS TO REMEMBER
a. When pullingthe starter rope, donot use the
full extent of the rope as this can cause the rope
to break. Do not let the starter rope snap
back- – hold handle and let rope rewind slowly.
b. If the engine floods, let the unit sit for a few
minutes, then repeat starting procedure using
the half-choke position.
c. For cold weather starting, allow the engine
to warm up (l-2 min.) at the half-choke position, then move choke to the “Full” or “Half” position,
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TYPES OF CUTTING
A. BASIC CUTTING TECHNIQUE
1. IMPORTANT POINTS
a. Cut wood only. Do not cut metal; plastics; masonry; non-wood building materials; etc.
b. Stop the saw if the chain strikes a foreign
object. Inspect the saw and repair or replace
parts as necessary
c. Keep the chain out of dirt and sand. Evena
small amountof dirt will quicklydull a chain
andthusincreasethepossibilityof kickback.
A WARNING
Kickback can occur when the moving chain con.
tacts an ob”ect at the upper portion of the tip of
the guide i ar or when the wood closes in and
pinches the saw chain in the cut. Contact at the
u perportion of the tip of theguide bar can cause
tf e chain to dig into the object and stop the chain
for an instant. The result is a lightning fast, reverse reaction which kicks the guide bar up and
back toward the operatoz If the saw chain is
inched along the top of the guide bafi the guide
~ar can be driven rapidly back toward the operaton Either of these reactions can cause loss of saw
control which can result in serious iniurv.
Figure 16
2. UNDERSTANDING REACTIVE FORCES
Pinch-kickback and Pull-In occur when
the chain is suddenly stopped by being
pinched, caught, or by contacting a foreign
object in the wood. This sto ping of the chain resultsin areversal of the chain ?orceusedto cutwood
and causes the saw to move in the opposite direction
of chain rotation. Either reaction can result in loss
of control and possible serious injury.
● Pinch-Kickback--occurs when the chain on top of the bar is suddenly sto peal.
––rapidly 3 rives the saw straight back toward the
operatoz
. Pull-In-- -occurs when the chain on the bottom of the bar
is suddenly stopped.
––pulls the saw rapidly forward.
3. PROCEDURE
Practice cuttinga few small logs using the following
technique to get the “feel” of using your saw before
you bean a maior sawing oDeration.
a. Ac&elerat~ engine-to” full throttle before
entering cut by squeezing the throttle trigger.
b. ~fegii cutting with the saw frame against
Figure 16.
5 e engine at full throttle the entire
c. Keep t”
time you are cutting.
d. Allow the chain to cut for you; exert only
light downward pressure. If you force the cut,
damage to the bar, chain, or engine can result.
e. Release the throttle trigger as soon as the
cut is com leted, allowing the engine to idle.
If you runt f e saw at full throttle without a cutting load, unnecessary wear can occur to the
chain, bar, and engine.
f. To avoid losing control when cut is complete, do
not put pressure on saw at end of cut.
g. Stop the engine before setting the saw down
after cutting.
B. TREE FELLING TECHNIQUES
1. CAREFULLY PLAN YOUR SAWING OPERATION IN ADVANCE
a. Clear the work area. Clear the area all
around the tree so you can have secure footing.
b, Study the natural conditions that can cause
the tree to fall in a particular direction.
1.) The WIND direction and speed.
2.) The LEAN of the tree. The lean of a tree
might not be apparent due to uneven or sloping terrain. Use a plumb or level to determine the direction of tree lean.
3.) WEIGHTED and BRANCHES on one side.
4.) Surrounding TREES and OBSTACLES.
c. Look fordecay and rot. Ifthetrunk is rotted,
it can snap and fall toward the operator.
d. Check for broken or dead branches which
can fall on you while cutting.
e. Make sure there is enough room for the
tree to fall. Maintain a distance of 2 1/2 tree
lengths from the nearest person or other objects.
Engine noise can drown out a warning call.
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f. Remove dirt, stones, loose bark, nails, staples,
and wire from the tree where cuts are to be made.
g. Plan to stand on the up-hill side when cutting on a slope. Figure 17.
h. Plan aclearretreat nathto therear and dia~onal to the line of fall.””Figure 18.
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Stay On Uphill Side Of
Tree When Felling
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—.
Figure17
t-0
45°
‘MA%#~
/
/v
Direction
-+Of Fall
—.
Figure 18
2. FELLING SMALL TREES--LESS
6“ IN DIAMETER
THAN
~+H
CUT3.
a. If you know the direction of fall:
1.) Make a single felling cut on the side away
from the direction of fall.
2.) Cut all the way through.
3.) Stop the saw,put it down, and getaway quickly on your planned retreat path.
b. If you are not sure which way the tree will fall,
use the notch method described for felling large
trees.
CUT1. ~
CUT 2. ~
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A WARNING
DO NOT CUT:
–near electrical wires or buildings.
–if you do not know the direction of tree fall.
–at night since you will not be able to see well.
-during bad weather -- rain, snow, strong
wind. etc.
3. FELLING LARGE TREES--6”
IN DIAMETER OR MORE
The notch method isusedto cutlar etrees. A notch
is cut on the side of the tree in the %esired direction
of fall. After a felling cut is made on the opposite
side of the tree, the tree will tend to fall into the
notch.
NQTEk If the tree has large buttress roots, remove
them before making the notch. Cut into the buttresses vertically, then horizontally. Figure 19.
a. Make the notch cut. Figure 19.
CUT 1. Cut the top of the notch first, through
1/3 of the diameter of the tree.
CUT 2. Completethenotch bymakin the bettom cut. Remove the notch of woo t .
CUT 3. Make the fellingcut on the opposite
side of the notchabout2“ higherthan the
centerof the notch. Figure19.
b. Leaveenoughuncutwoodbetweenthe felling
cutandthe notchto forma hinge. Figure20.
NOTE: Thehingehelpstokeepthetreefromtwistingandfallingin thewrongdirection.
c. Use a wed e if thereis anychancethatthetree
willnot fJ 1in the desireddirection.
Hinge Holds Tree On Stump And Controls Fall
Fim.we20
A W&NING
Stay on the uphill side of the terrain to avoid injury from the tree rolling or sliding downhill after it is felled. Figure 18.
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Before the felling cut is complete, use
wed es to open the cut when necessary to control
the %irection of fall. Usewood orplastic wedges, but
never steel or iron, to avoid kickback and chain
damage.
d. Be alert to signs that the tree is ready to fall:
1.) Cracking sounds.
2.) Widening of the Felling Cut.
3,) Movement in the upper branches.
e. As the tree startsto fall, stop the saw,put it down,
and get away quickly on your planned retreat
~ath.
f. ‘Beextremely cautious with partially fallen trees
that may be poorly supported. When a tree
doesn’t fall completely,set the saw aside and pull
down the tree with a cable winch, block and
tackle, or tractor. To avoid injury, do not cut
down a partially fallen tree with your saw.
DON’T PUT YOURSELF IN THESE POSITIONS
Check the wind-Don’t cut down wind
Check the lean- Don’t cut on lean side
Check the balance––
Don’t cut on weighted side
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C. BUCKING
Bucking is the term used for cutting a fallen
tree to the desired log size.
1. IMPORTANT POINTS
Cut only one log at a time.
t Cut shattered wood very carefull . Sharp
pieces of wood could be flung toward tt e operator.
c. Use a sawhorse to cut small logs. Neverallowanotherpersonto holdthelogwhilecutting
andneverholdthelogwithyourlegor foot.
d. Do not cut in an area where logs, limbs,
and roots are tangle such as in a blown
down area. Dragthe logsintoa clearareabefore cutting by pulling out exposed and cleared
logs first.
e. Make the first bucking cut 1/3 of the way
through the 10 and finish with a2/3 cut on
theoppositesi %e. Aathelo isbeingcut,itwill
tendto bend. The saw can %ecome pinched or
hung in the log if you make the first cut deeper
than 1/3 of the diameter of the log,
f. Give special attention to logs under strain
topre~ent thesaw from pintihing. Makethe
firstcutonthemessuresidetorelievethestress
on the log. Fighre 21,
Figure 22
Wedge Used To
Hold Cut Open
--overcuttinf
‘- beFnOnth;tOpside
Of
the
2. TYPES OF CU’ITING USED (Fiare 22 ):
--
log mth the ottom o the saw against the log;
exert light pressure downward.
- -Undercutting –- beginon the undersideof
the log with the top of the saw against the log;
exert fight pressur; u ward. Du~ing undercu;~
ting, the saw will tenf topush back at you. Be
repared for this reaction and hold the saw firm& to maintain control.
A WARNING
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I
INever turn the sawu~side down to undercut. The I
saw cannot be contr~lled in this position.
-.
Figure 23
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A WARNING
If saw becomes pinched or hung in a log, don’t try
to force it out. You can lose control of the saw re.
suiting in injury and/or damage to the saw. Stop
the saw, drive a wedge of plastic or wood into the
cut until the saw can be removed easily. Fig.
ure 23. Restart the saw and carefully reenter the
cut. To avoid kickback and chain damage, do not
use a metal wedge. Do not attempt to restart your
saw when it is pinched or hung m a log.
,
‘,
Using Another
Log As A support
- .: -.-. .. --
---
.
Figure 24
3. BUCKING WITHOUT A SUPPORT
a. Overcutwitha 1/3 diametercut.
b. Rolllogoverandfinishwithan overcut.
1 StD..
+
Ud!..d
1s
cut
Figure 25
Figure 21
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4. BUCKING USING ANOTHER LOGAS
A SUPPORT
A WARNING
Do not stand on the log being cut. Any portion
can roll causing loss of footing and control.
a. In area A:
1.) Undercut 1/3 of the way through the log.
2.) Finish with an overcut.
I
b. In area B:
1.) Overcut 1/3 of the way through the log.
2.) Finish with an undercut.
5. BUCKING USINGA STAND
a. In area A:
1.) Undercut 1/3 of the way through the log.
2.) Finish with an overcut.
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b. In area B:
1.) Overcut 1/3 of the way through the log,
2.) Finish with an undercut.
Maintain’Secure Footing
Use Common Sense
D. DEBRANCHING AND PRUNING
●
●
2. PRUNING
Work slowly keeping both hands firmly
gripped on the saw. Maintainsecurefootingand
balance.
a. Limit pruning to limbs shoulder height or
below. Do notcutif branchesarehigherthan
yourshoulder.Get a professionalto dothejob.
Watch out for springpoles. Useextremecaution
when cuttingsmall size limbs. Slendermaterial
maycatchthesawchainandbewhippedtowardyou
or pullyouoffbalance.
●
Be alert for springback. Watchoutforbranches
that are bent or under pressure asyou are cutting to
avoid being struck by the branch or the saw when
the tension in the wood fibers is released.
●
Keep a clear work area. Frequentlyclear
branchesoutofthewaytoavoidtrippingoverthem.
A WARNING
Never climb into a tree to debranch or prune.
Do not stand on ladders, platforms, a log, or in
an position which can cause you to lose your
barance or control of the saw.
b. Refer to Figure 27 for the pruning technique.
1.)Undercut 1/3 of the way through the limb
near the trunk of the tree.
2.) Finish with an overcut farther out from the
trunk.
3.) Keep out of the way of the falling limb.
4.) Cut the stump flush near the trunk of the
tree.
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A WARNING
Be alert for and guard against kickback. Do not
allow the moving chain to contact any other
branches or ob”ects at the nose of the guide bar
when debranci ing or pruning. Allowing such
contact can result in serious injury.
Remove Small Limbs With One Cut
1. DEBRANCHING
a. Always debranch a tree after it is cut
down. Only then can debranchingbe done safely and properly.
~.
b. Leave the larger limbs underneath the
felled tree to support the tree as you work.
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‘“-’,
c. Start at the base of the felled tree and
work toward the to , cuttin branches and
limbs. Remove small rimbs witE one cut. Figure 26.
*
Figure 26
&
d. Kee the tree between you and the chain.
Cut F’
romthe sideofthe tree opposite the branch
you are cutting.
Third
e. Remove larger, supporting branches with
the 1/3, 2/3 cutting techniques described in
the bucking section.
1.) Undercut1/3 of thewaythroughthe log.
2.) Finishwithan overcut.
f. Always use an overcut to cut small and
freely hanging limbs. Undercuttingcould
causelimbsto fallandpinchthe saw.
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.
i?irst Pruning Cut
Figure 27
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GENERAL MAINTENANCE
A good maintenance program of regular inspection
and care will increase the service life and help to
maintain the safety and performance of your saw.
. Make all adjustments or repairs (except carburetor a~ustments) with:
– sparkplugwiredisconnected.
– engine cool as opposed to a saw that has just
been run.
A. GUIDE BAR AND CHAIN
Increase the service life of your Guide Bar and
Chain by:
— Using the saw properly and as recommended in
this manual.
— Maintaining correct chain tension, page 7.
— Proper lubrication, page 9.
Regular maintenance as described in this section.
1. CHAIN MAINTENANCE
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Sharpen the chain when:
wood chips are small and powdery.
Woodchipsmadeby the sawchainshould
be aboutthe sizeof the teethof the chain.
saw has to be forced through the cut.
saw cuts to one side.
Always wear gloveswhen handling
the chain. The chaincanbe sharpenou h to cut
youeventhoughit is toodullto cutwoo! .
a. SHARPENING INSTRUCTIONS
Items required:
FlatFile
Gloves
DepthGauge
5/32” (4mm)Dia.File
6“ FileHolder
l.) Stop Engine.
2.) Adjustthechainforpropertension.Page 7.
3.) Workatthemidpointofthebar,movingthe
chain forwardby hand as each cutter is
filed.
4.) SharpenCutters.
a.) Positionthe fileholderon the topplate
of the cutter and depth gauge. Figure 28.
b.) Alignthe 30° fileholdermarkswiththe
bar and parallelto the center of the
chain. Figures29 & 31.
NOTE: If yourfileholderhasa 25° mark,disregardthismarkandfileat a 30° angle.
c.) Filefrominsidetowardoutsideofcutter,
straightacrossonforwardstrokein one
directiononly. Use 2 or 3 strokesper
cuttingedge. Figure30.
d.) K_;~~odlcuttersthe samelength. Fig-
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e.) File enoughto removean dama e to
the cutting edges (side p{fate an top
plate)of the cutter.Figure30.
f.) File chainto meetspecifications
shown
in Figure31.
.
Check the saw for loose bolts, screws, nuts,
and fittings regularly. Loose fastenerscan
causean unsafeconditionas well as damageto
yoursaw.
A WARNING
Have all chain saw service performed by a qualified service dealer other than the items listed in
the maintenance section of this manual.
A WARNING
Maintain the proper hook angle according to
the manufacturer s specification for the chain
you are using. Too much hook angle will increase the chance of kickback which can result
in serious injury. Figures 31 & 33.
5.) Correct Depth Gauges
a.) Placedepthgaugetoolovereachcutter
de th gauge. Figure32.
b.) Fife depth gauge with a flat file until it is
level with the top of the depth gauge
tool.
c.) Maintain rounded front corner of depth
gauge with a flat file. Figures 32 & 33.
[email protected] Theverytop of the depth augeshouldbe
flat with the front half rounded ofFwith a flat file.
A WARNING
The Depth Gauge Tool is required to insure
proper depth gauge. Filing the depth gauge too
deep will increase the chance of kickback which
can result in serious injury.
b. CHAIN REPLACEMENT
1.) Use only the Low-Kickback replacement chain specified for your saw in
the “Specifications” section.
2.) Replace the chain when cutters or
links break.
3.) See a qualified service dealer to replace and sharpen individual cutters
for matching your chain.
4.) Always have a worn sprocket replaced
by a qualified service dealer when installing anew chain to avoid excessive
wear to the chain.
File Holder
File
/
%9’
Cutter
O
&\
> 90°
Depth Gauge
Figure 28
Figure 29
2. GUIDE BAR MAINTENANCE
. Conditions which can require guide bar
maintenance:
- saw cuts to one side.
- saw has to be forced through a cut.
- inadequate supply of oil to bar and
chain.
. Check the condition of the guide bar
each time the chain is sharpened. A worn
guidebarwilldamagethechainandmakecuttingmoredifficult.
. Replace the guide bar when:
– theinsidegrooveof guidebarrailsis worn.
– the guide bar is bent or cracked,
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Use only the replacement ReducedKickback Guide Bar specified for your
saw in the “Specification” section.
a. Remove the guide bar to service.
b. Clean the oil holes at least once after every
five hours of operation.
c. Remove sawdust from the guide bar groove
periodically with a putty knife or a wire.
Figure 34.
d. Remove burrs by filing the side edges of the
guide bar grooves square with a flat file.
Figure 35.
e. Restore square edges to an uneven rail top
be filing with a flat file. Figure 35.
Wrong Way
Right Way
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Side Plate
Figure 30
TOPplate
Figure 33
Figure 31
Figure 34
PI
Figure 32
Correct
Guide Bar
Groove
Worn Grooves
File Edges
Squm-e
Figure 35
B. SPARK ARRESTOR
Carbon deposits build up on the spark arrestor as thesawis usedandmustberemovedto
avoid creatinga fire hazard or causingengine
damage,
Replace the spark arrestor if breaks occur.
Keep the spark arrestor clean at all times.
Clean:
- -as reauired.
––at lea~t once for each 25–30
hours of operation.
Itemsrequired:wirebrush,3/8” wrench
1. Disconnectthe sparkplugwire.
2. Removethebarclamp.
3. Removethe mufflercover.Figure36.
4. Removethe screenfromthebaffle.
5. Cleanthescreenwitha wirebrushorreplaceif
breaksarefound.
6. Reassembleparts.
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sp~kihr(k)rscreen
Figure 36
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C. STARTER ROPE
.
Re lace a broken starter or a rope that is
baz ly frayed.
NOTE: A recoilspringliesbeneaththepulleyand
is undertension. If the recoil spring is disturbed, considerable time and effort will be
required to reinstall. Forthisreasonyoumay
wantto let a qualifiedservicedealerhandlethis
repair.Ifyoutryto repairthestarterropeandthe
recoilspringpopsout,taketheunittoyourdealer.
Remove Screws
Figure 37
A WARNING
Always wear eye rotection when servicing the
starter rope. d e recoil s ring beneath the
pulley is under tension. If tEe spring pops out,
serious injury can result.
1, Drain the fuel tank.
2, Remove the screws on the side of the fan housing. Figure 37.
3, Remove the screws ontherear of the unit. Figure 38.
4. Separate the fan housing from the unit. Disconnect the fuel line if necessary
5. If the starter rope is not broken, release the
sprin tension b pulling about 10 inches of
rope From the puYley and catch the rope in the
notch as shown in Figure 39.
6. Turn the pulley counterclockwise until the
spring tension is released.
7. Remove the pulley screw in the center of the
pulley. Figure 40.
8. Lift the pulley carefully while gently twisting it
counterclockwise.
9. Remove the rope retainer screw and remove
any remaining rope. Figure 40.
10. Move away from the fuel tank and melt the end
of the rope to be installed.
11. Allow themeltedendtodri
once. Then, while
the rope is still hot, puf’1 the melted end
through a rag to obtain a smooth, pointed end.
12. Feed the ro e through the round starter rope
hole in the ! an housing. Figure 40.
13. Guide the rope inside the pulle , then up
through the pulley ratchet side o{ the pulley
holetotheoutsideb pushingthe ropethrough
from the hole on ti e spring cam side with a
small Phillips screwdriver. Figure 40 (inset).
14. Wra rope counterclockwise around the pulley
rate1 et and tuck loose end back under rope
leaving a 1 inch tail between the retainer rib
and screw post. Fim.we40. Pull rope ti~htlv
15. Install the lope ret~ner screw and t~ght~nu~til snug. DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
16, Rewin~ all the rope onto the pulley in a counterclockwise direction.
17. Set the pulle into the housing; push it down
and engage tz e spring.
18. Replace and tighten the pulley screw.
19. Pull out 10 inches of rope and set the rope in
the notch in the pulley. Figure 41.
20. Turn the pulley 2 complete turns clockwise,
winding up the spring.
21. Hold the pulley and pull the starter rope to the
full extent of length. Let rope rewind slowly.
22. Reconnect fuel line if disconnected (Step 4.).
Replace fan housing, Tighten screws securely.
Remove
Screws
Figure 38
Turn Pulley
Counterclockwise
Until Tension Is ReleasedP ~
Figure 39
.
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Pulley Ratchet
Spring~l
Cam
\-ill
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Screwdriver
Retainer Rib
~
~
~Topside
lh_PulleY
‘.
‘—Figure 40
Notch
Figure 41
Hole
Starter
pe Hole
D. CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENTS
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Poor engine performance can be a result of
other causes such as dirty air filter, carbon
build-up on muffler outlets, etc. See the
“Trouble Shooting Chart” before proceeding with carburetor a~ustments.
For best results, HUSQVARNA recommends
that you have a qualified service dealer
make all carburetor adjustments. Yourdealer has the training,experience,and toolsnecessaryto properlyadjustyousawto meetourfactory performancespecifications.This service is not
for
covered by warranty. If it becomes necess
you to make carburetor adjustments yoursel
7 , follow the described procedures very carefully.
The carburetor has been a~usted at the factory for sea level conditions. Adjustments
ma~become necessary if the saw is used-atsignificantly higher altitudes or if you notice any of the
following conditions:
NQTIIGBe sure to properly prepare the saw as described in “l. Prepsration’ (below) before making any adjustments.
– Chain moves when the engine runs at idle
speed. See “2. Idle Speed Adjustment. ”
– Saw will not idle, See “2. Idle Speed Adjustment” and “3. Low Speed Mixture Adjustmerit.”
– Engine dies or hesitates when it should accelerate. See “4. Acceleration Adjustment. ”
— Loss of cutting power which is not corrected by
air filter cleaning. See “5. High SpeedMixture
Adjustment. ”
ICAUTIO N: I Permanent damage will occur to
any 2-cycle engine if incorrect carburetor
a~ustments are made.
“ :2L;::;2;&Y:t;:;i:;:&:”t\:r:zs:e:
qualified service dealer.
A WARNING
The chain will be moving during most of this
procedure. Wear your protective gear and observe all safety precautions.
oN: I
The air filter cover must be removed before making carburetor adjustments. Before reinstallingthe air filter cover, the air filter must be cleaned or engine
performance will be affected.
1. PREPARATION
a. Stop the engine.
b. Use a fresh fuel mixture with proper gasoline/
oil ratio.
c. Place the saw on a solid, flat surface and make
sure the chain will not contact any object.
d. Remove air filter cover and clean the air filter.
e. Locate the three (3) carburetor adjusting
screw openings to the right of the air filter cover. Figure 42.
f. Start the engine and allow engine to idle three
(3) minutes to warmup. The engzne must beat
operating temperature for proper adjustments
to be made.
Choke
Closed+
High Speed
Mixture
Screw
,\
r
b_/
%
K.
\\
,
It~
)~
Low Speed
Mixture
Figure 42
2. IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT
a. Allow the engine to idle.
b. Adjust the idle speed screw until the engine
continues to run without stalling and without
the chain moving.
– Turn screw clockwise to increase engine
speed if engine stalls or dies.
– Turn screw counterclockwise to slow engine
down andlor to keep the chain from turning.
c. No further adjustments are necessary if
the chain does not move at idle speed and
if performance is satisfactory.
A WARNING
In “3. Low Speed Mixture Adjustment,” recheck
idle speed after each adjustment. The chain
must not move at idle speed and if performance
is satisfactory.
I
3. LOW SPEED MIXTURE ADJUSTMENT
a. Allow engine to idle.
b. Turn the low speed mixture screw slowly
clockwise until the RPM starts to drop. Note
the position.
c. Turn the low speed mixture screw slowly counterclockwise until the RPM speeds up and
starts to drop again. Note the position.
d. Set the low speed mixture screw at the midpoint between the two positions.
4. ACCELERATION ADJUSTMENT
If the engine dies or hesitates instead of accelerating, turn the low speed mixture screw 1/16 of a
turn at a time counterclockwise until you have
smooth acceleration.
SPEED MIXTURE ADJUSTMENT
5. HIGH
---TION: I Adjustments as small as 1/16 of a
turn can a-ff~ct-engine performance. It is
important to turn the screw only 1/16 of a
turn per adjustment and test the performance of the saw before making further adjustments.
a. Makea testcut.
b. Adjustthe highspeedmixturescrew1/16 ofa
turnas follows:
– Clockwiseif sawsmokesor losespower.
– Counterclockwise
if the sawhas speedout
of the cutbut lackspowerin thecut.
c. Repeattestcut.
d. Continue1/16 of a turnadjustmentsuntilthe
sawrunssmoothlyin cut.
A too lean high speed setting
(clockwise adjustment) will cause engine
– 19 –
.
ON.[
A too lean high speed setting
– Then,turnscrewclockwise
in 1/16ofaturn incrementsonZyuntil the engine has power while
cutting.
(cloclmvise adjustment) will cause en “ne
damage from overheating and lack of lu% rication. Never set the high speed mixture
screw so far clockwise that you have high
speed but lack ower while cutting. An effective approac{ follows.
– Turn screw counterclockwiseuntil engine
losespowerwhilecutting.
NQIXh If theunitwillnotoperateproperlyafter
makingtheseadjustments,
takethesawtoaqualifiedservicedealer.
NOTE: Beforereinstallingtheairfiltercover,be
sureairfilteris clean(seetheAir Filtersection).
E. AIR FILTER
●
A dirty air filter:
— reducescuttingpower.
— increasesfuelconsumption.
Clean the air filter:
– frequently,especiallyunderverydustyconditions.
– alwaysafterIOtanksoffuelmixtureor5 hours
of operation,whicheveris less
1. Cleanoffcarburetorcoverandtheareaaroundit
to keepdirtandsawdustfromfallingintothecarburetorchamberwhenthe coveris removed.
2. Removethecarburetorcoverscrewsandcarburetor cover.Figure43.
3. Pulloutthe airfilter.
4. Washthefilterin soapandwater.
●
~
ter
Figure 43
5. Align the choke sh~tter with the choke lever. Reinstall the air filter cover.
o N: I To avoid damage to engine, do not
operate unit without the air filter in place.
Donotuse gasoline or other flammable liquid to clean the filter to avoid
creating a fire hazard.
F. CHAIN BRAKE
1. Keep the clutch drum and brake band clean
andfreeofsawdust,treesap,anddirtsothebrake
willstopthe chainin the shortestpossibletime.
2. Clean entire mechanism thoroughly andapply a goodqualitylubricatinggreaseto the latch
andlatchrollerevery10 tanksof fuelor every5
hoursofoperation,whicheverisless.Do not allow
oil or grease to get on band or drum. Figure 44.
3. Inspect the assembly for worn or damaged
parts afterevery20 tanksof fuelor 10 hoursof
operation,whicheveris less. Worn or damaged
partsshouldbereplacedbyanAuthorizedService
Dealerbeforethesawisoperatedagain.OnlygenuinePoulanreplacementpartsshouldbe used.
4. Check to see if the brake works properly after any maintenance. If chaindoesnotappear
to stop_instantly,take the unit to your neares~Authorized Service Dealer for replacement or repair.
\\
Latch Roller
/
Brake Band
1
Figure 44
G. STORAGE
When storing saw for over 30 davs. alwavs:
1. Drain fuel tank in a safe manner. See “Fueling
Your Engine–-Fuel Safety.”
2. Start en~ne and allow to ‘mn at idle speed until
the engine stops.
NOTE: Running the engine until it stops will remove most of the fuel from the fuel system.
NOTE: It is important to prevent gum deposits
from forming in essential fuel systems parts such
as the carburetor, fuel filter,fuel hose, or tank during storage. Alcohol blended fuels (called gasohol
or using ethanol or methanol) can attract moisture which leads to separation and formation of
acids during storage. Acidic gas can damage the
fuel system of an engine while in storage.
– 20“,
.
3. Drainoilfromoiltank.
o ‘: 1 Wear protective gloves when handling the chain. The chain is sharp and can
cut you even when it is not moving.
4. Remove, clean, and dry the bar and chain.
5. Store the chain in a container filled with oil to prevent rust.
6. Apply a coating of oil to the entire surface of the
bar and wrap it in heavy paper, cloth, or plastic,
7. Clean the outside surfaces of the engine.
8. Store the saw in a dry place, out of the reach of
children, and away from where fuel vapors can
reach open flames from hot water heaters, furnaces, etc.
H.TROUBLE SHOOTING CHART
SYMPTOM
CAUSE
REMEDY
Enginewillnot
startor willrun
onlyfora few
secondsafter
starting,
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Fueltankempty.
Engineflooded.
Sparkplugnot firing.
Fuelnotreachingcarburetor.
Carburetorrequiresadjustment.
IgnitionSwitchOff.
Noneof the above.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Filltankwithcorrectfuelmixture
See“StartingInstructions.
”
Installnewplug/checkignitionsystem.
Cleanfuelfilter;inspectfuelline.
See“CarburetorAdjustments.”
Moveswitchto the “START”position.
ContactyourServiceDealer.
Enginewillnot
idleproperly.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Idlespeedsettoofastor tooslow.
Lowspeedmixturerequiresadjustment.
Crankshaftsealsworn.
Compression
low.
Noneof the above.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
See“CarburetorAdjustments.”
See“CarburetorAdjustments.”
ContactyourAuthorizedServiceDealer.
ContactyourAuthorizedServiceDealer.
ContactyourAuthorizedServiceDealer.
Enginewillnot
accelerate,lacks
power,or dies
undera load.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Air filterdirty.
Sparkplugfouled.
Carburetorrequiresadjustment.
Exhaustportsor muffleroutletsplugged.
Compression
low.
Chaintensiontootight.
Noneof the above.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5,
6.
7.
Cleanor replaceairfilter.
Cleanor replacesparkplugandre–gap.
See“CarburetorAdjustments.”
ContactyourAuthorizedServiceDealer.
ContactyourAuthorizedServiceDealer.
See“ChainTension.”
ContactyourAuthorizedServiceDealer.
Engine
smokes
excessively.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Air filterdirty.
Fuelmixtureincorrect.
Highspeedmixturerequiresadjustment.
Chokepartiallyon.
Crankcaseleak.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Cleanor replaceairfilter,
Refuelwithcorrectfuelmixture.
See“CarburetorAdjustments.”
PushChokeknobin.
ContactyourAuthorizedServiceDealer.
Enginerunshot.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Fuelmixtureincorrect.
Highspeedmixturesettoolow(Lean).
Sparkplugincorrect.
Exhaustportsor muffleroutletsplugged.
Carbonbuild-up on muffleroutletscreen.
Fanhousing/cylinder
finsdirty.
Noneof the above.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
See“FuelingY
our Unit.”
See“CarburetorAdjustments.”
Replacewithcorrectplug.
ContactyourAuthorizedServiceDealer.
Cleansparkarrestorscreen.
Cleanarea.
ContactyourAuthorizedServiceDealer.
Oil inadequatefor
barandchain
lubrication.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Oil tankempty.
Improperlyadjustedoiler(if so equipped).
Oil pumpor oilfilterclog ed.
Guide bar oil hole blocke f .
1.
2.
3.
4.
Filloiltank.
Adjustoiler.
Contactyour Authorized Service Dealer.
Remove bar and clean.
Chain moves at
Idle Speed.
1. Idles eed requires adjustment.
2. ClutcE requires repair.
1. See “Carburetor Adjustments. ”
2. Contact your Authorized Service Dealer.
Chain does not
move when engine
is accelerated.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1.
2.
3,
4.
5.
See “Chain Tension. ”
See “Carburetor Adjustments. ”
Repair or replace.
Contact your Authorized Service Dealer.
Pull handguard back to release brake.
Chain clatters
or cuts roughly.
1,
2.
3,
4.
Chain tension incorrect.
Cutters damaged.
Chain worn.
Cutters dull, improperly sharpened, or
depth gauges too high.
5. Sprocket worn.
1.
2.
3.
4.
See “Chain Tension. ”
Contact your Authorized Service Dealer.
Resharpen or replace chain.
See the chain sharpening instructions.
C~aJ~g~opswithin
1.
2.
3.
4.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Chain cuts at an
angle.
1. Cutters damaged on one side.
Chain tension too tight.
Carburetor requires adjustment.
Guide bar rails pinched.
Clutch slipping.
Chain brake engaged.
Chain cutter tops not filed flat.
Guide bar burred or bent; rails uneven.
Clutch slipping.
Chain brake engaged.
2. Chain dull on one side.
3. Guide bar bent or worn.
5. Contact your Authorized Service Dealer.
See the chain sharpening instructions.
Repair or replace guide bar.
Contact your Authorized Service Dealer.
Pull handguard back to release brake.
1. Resharpen until all cutters have equal
angles and lengths.
2. Resharpen until all cutters have equal
angles and lengths.
3. Replace guide bar.
– 21 –
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Visualinspection(condition,leaks)
Checkoperation
Filterin fueltank
Replacepick–up –– whencloggedor dirty.
Fueltank
Inspect
Chainoil tank
Chainlubrication
Clean
Fill
Sawchain
Inspect(sharpness,wear,damage)
Checkchaintension
5
g
\
:
P
Clean
Throttletrigger;stopswitch
5
v
v
P
v
v
P
v
v
v
v
v
v
v
Sharpen–– whendull
Guidebar
Inspect(wear,damage)
Clean
v
Deburr
Chainsprocket
Replace–– whenwornor damaged
Check–– whenreplacingchain
Airfalter
Clean
v
v
Replace–– whenwornor damaged
Cylinderfins
Clean
v
Carburetor
Checkidleadjustment––
chainmustnot turnat idle
v
Readjustidle –– whenenginerunspoorly
Sparkplug
Replace–– whenfouledor damaged
Allaccessiblescrewsandnuts
(nota~ustingscrews)
Retighten
v
Vibrationmounts(if applicable)
Inspect–– for brokenor disconnected
springs
v
v
Replace–– whenbroken
Sparkarrestorscreen
Clean–– whencloggedor dirty
Replace–– whenwornor damaged
chainBrake
Inspect
Clean
– 22-
v
v
ACCESSORIES
SEE YOUR HUSQVARNA SERVICING DEALER FORA FULL LINE OF ACCESSORIES,
SAFETY APPAREL, AND REPLACEMENT PARTS.
NOTES
– 23 –
HUSQVARNA FOREST& GARDEN CO.
W~RANTY
STATEMENT
SECTION 1: LIMITED WARRANTY
HusqvernaForest
&GardenCompany
(“Husqverna”)
[email protected]
purchaeertobefraefromdefectivematerial
dependent
uponthetypeofproduct
use.Warranty
periodises
andworkmanship
fromthedateofmrchaseforthe“WarrantyPeriod”herestated
follows
forprodu>ts
listed:
LifetimeWarranty:Alltillertinesa einstbreakage.
SYearWarranty:Plasticwalkbehln
nonprofessional,
noninstitutional,
ornonhwome
producing
use.
“3 mowerdecksfornoncommercial,
2YearWarranty:Riding
lawnmowers,
yardandgarden
tractors,
walkbehindmowers,
tillers,trimmers,
brushcutters,
handheld
blowers,
and
attachments
fornoncommercial,
noninstitutional,
ornonincome
producing
use.Ignition
coilsandmodules
onthechainsawsendclearing
saws.
1YearWarranty:Chainsaws,clearing
saws,backpack
blowers,
andbatteries
fornoncommercial,
nonprofessional,
noninstitutional,
or
nonincome
producing
use.
90DayWarranty:AnyHusqvarnaproduct
usedforrental,
commercial,
institutional,
professional,
orincome
producingueeexcludinglxm’
bars.
30DayWarranty:Husqvarna
bowbars.
9 OBLIGATIONS UND~
CTION 2.. HUSQ3LMlNAS
Husqvernawillremedy
defects
inmaterialandworkmenship
duringthewmmtyperiodby
reptifigorreplac~g,
atHusqvarna’soption,
thedefectivecomponent
without
chargeforpartsorlabor.
SECTIONS*.
~EMs~
Thefollowing
itemsarenotcovered
bythiswarranty:
(1) Norrn~mstOrner
Mfinten~ceiternS
(i.e.,belts,blades,
bladeadapters,
bulbs,filters,
guidebars,lubrkants,
rewind
springs,
sawchain,
spark
plugs,starterropes,andtines).
(2) Normal
wear,normalatiustment,
standard
hardware,
oritemswornthrough
regular
use.
(3) Natural
discoloration
ofmaterklduetoultraviolet
light.
(4) Thereplacement
ormaintenance
ofwomitems.
(5),Brigw&strattOn,mWu~,
andKolderm“nes,includingsttiers,
generators
alternators,mdaccessories.
Theseitemsarecoveredby
the
r eproduct
engine
manufacturer’s
warrantyes
stated
wltht
information
supplied
attketimeofpurchase.
Allclaims
forspecified
engines,
starters,
generators,
alternators,
andaccessories
shouldbesenttotheappropriate
manufacturer.
(0 &i-Fab, Foote,
mdTmrnSeh-PeerlessdfiVe
SysternS.
TheseiternsmecoVeredbYthedriVeSYSternm~ufaCtUrer'S
warrentyesstatedwith
theproduct
information
supplied
atthetimeofpurchase.
Allclaimsforspecified
drivesystems
should
besenttotheappropriate
manufacturer.
SECTION 4: EXCEPTIONS AND LIMITATIONS
Thiswarranty
shallbeinapplicable
todefects
resulting
fromthefollowing:
(1) Accident,
abuse,
misuse,
negligence,
anclneglect,
includingstale
fuel,dirtabreeives,
moisture,
rust,conosion,ormyadverserea~ion
dueto
incorrect
storage
habits.
(’2)Failure
tooperate
ormaintain
theunitinaccordance
withtheovmer’doperator’s
manual
orinstruction
sheetfurnished
byHusqverna.
(3) Alterations
ormodifications
thataffecttheunits erformence,
operation
safetydurability,
changeitsintended
use,orcausefailureofco
f’e federal,
pliencewithcurrentregulatory
standards
orapphcab
state,orlocallaws.
(4) Useofmrtsoraccessories
whicharenotrecornrnendad
byHusqmrna
Forest& Garden
Company.
(5) Additional
damage
topartsorcomponents
duetocontinued
useoccurring
afteranyoftheabove.
REPA.IRORREPLACEMENTAS
PROVIDED
UNDER
’1’’H1SwARRAN~
ISTHEEXCLUSIVEREMEDy
OFTHECONSUMER
HUSQVARNA
SHALL
NOTBELIABLE
FORANYIIWXIX?Jfl’~
ORCONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGES
FORBREACH
OFANYEXPRESS
ORIMPLIED
WARARRMN’TY
OFMERRANTY
ONTHESEPRODUCTS
EXCEPT
TOTHEEXTENT
PROHIBITED
BYAPPLICABLE
LARZANYIMPLIED
W
CHANTABILITY
ORFITNESS
FORAPARTICULAR
PURPOSE
ONTHESE
PRODUCTS
ISLIMITED
INDURA’1’10N
TOTHEWARRANTY
TYSTATEMENT.
HUS VARNA
RESERVES
THERIGHTTOCHANGE
ORIMPROVE
PERIOD
ASDEFINED
INTHELIMITED
WARRAN
d
SUME
OBLIGATION
TOUPDATE
P
REVIOUSLY
MANUFACTHEDESIGN
OFTHEPRODUCT
WITHOUT
NOTICE,
ANDDOESNOT
TURED
PRODUCTS.
Somestatesdonotallowtheexclusion
ofincidental
orconsequential
damages,
orlimitations
onhowlonganimplied
warranty
lasts,sothe
abovelimitations
orexclusions
maynotapplytoyou.Thiswarranty
givesyouspecific
legalrights,andyoumayalsohaveotherrightewluchvary
fromstatetostate.
TU
SEC TION5 CUSTOMERJ31U3PONSIBILI
Thecusto~ermust
exhibitre~onabk~e,maintenance,
o eration,
storage,
andgmeralukee eawritteninthemeintenancewctimofthe
!{not eused,butdelivered
Owner’
s/Operator’s
manueLShould
eno erationelproblern
or!“adureoccurtheproduct
shoul
asistoanauthorized
Husqvarna
dealerforevaluation.
Proofof purchase,
asexplained
insection6,restssolelywiththecustomer.
CTION 6.. P~E~
ItistheOwner’
sandllealer’sreS
onsibflitytom~e
cefitinthatthew~~t [email protected]
CwdisprOperlYffled
OUt~dM~edtOHusqverna
z
t
Forest
&Garden
CornpanY.
Thiscardsouldbexneiledwithinten
(10)daysfmrntedateofpurch~e
tov~ldate
thew~~ty~dtopro~de post–
sale service.
Proofofpurchase
mustberesented
totheauthorized
Husvwnadealerkordertoobt~n
warranty
sewice.Thisreceipt
mustinclude
date
seti~nurnbe~,~d
complete nmem~addressofth.sellingde~er.
Toobtainthebenefitofthiswarrentx
theproductbeliev~
tobedefective
mustbedelivered
inatirnelyrnmnw
Within
thirty(30)daysfrom
dateofoperational
~roblern
orfailuremdduringthew~~typeri~ to~YaUthOriZedHUS
[email protected]?dtothe
%
dealer,
attheovmer
sexpense.
~autkorizedHUSqV~nade~ernO~~lY
~nbelOCat~
througthe“yellcwl+xl=ofthelo~telephone~re~o~.
puch~ed,modelnumber,
~
HUSQVARNA
FORJWI’&GARDENCOMPANY
9006~JPEIIJMllTER
WOODSDRIVE
CHARLO’M’E,
NC 28216
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