DS 220 TR (21.7 cm3) - Powerup Lawncare Products

DS 220 TR (21.7 cm3) - Powerup Lawncare Products
Model not available for EU markets
DS 220 TR (21.7 cm )
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OPERATOR’S INSTRUCTION BOOK
TRANSLATION OF ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
INTRODUCTION
For correct use of the machine and to avoid
accidents, do not start working until you have
read this manual carefully. You will find
explanations concerning the operation of the
various parts plus instructions for necessary
checks and relative maintenance.
NOTE: The descriptions and illustrations
contained in this manual are not binding. The
manufac turer reser ves the right to
undertake any modifications it deems
necessary without revising this manual.
In addition to the operating instructions, this
manual contains paragraphs that require your
special attention. Such paragraphs are marked
with the symbols described below:
WARNING: where there is a risk of an accident
or personal, even fatal, injury or serious damage
to property.
CAUTION: where there is a risk of damaging the
machine or its individual components.
WARNING
RISK OF HEARING DAMAGE
IN NORMAL CONDITIONS OF USE, THIS
MACHINE MAY EXPOSE THE OPERATOR TO A
PERSONAL DAILY NOISE LEVEL EQUAL TO OR
HIGHER THAN
85 dB (A)
CONTENTS
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS (precautions
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for using the machine safety)
2. SYMBOLS AND SAFETY WARNINGS
(explanations on how to identify the
machine and the meaning of the
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symbols)
3. MAIN COMPONENTS (position of the
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main parts that make up the machine)
4. ASSEMBLY (explanations on how to
remove the packaging and assemble
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detached parts)
5. STARTING
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6. STOPPING THE ENGINE
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7. USING THE MACHINE
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8. TRANSPORTING
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9. M A I N T E N A N C E ( a l l i n fo r m a t i o n
required to keep the machine at peak
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efficiency)
10. STORAGE
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11. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
(advice on using the machine in ways
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that respect the environment)
12. TECHNICAL DATA (a summary of the
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main specifications of the machine)
13. DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
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14. WARRANTY CERTIFICATE (a summary
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of the warranty conditions)
15. TROUBLESHOOTING (helps you to
quickly solve any problems you may en17
counter while using the machine)
1. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
WARNING
-- The machine, when used correctly, is a
useful and effective tool; if used
incorrectly or without the necessary
precautions, it can be dangerous. To
ensure your safety and comfort, always
observe the safety instructions given here
below and throughout this manual.
-- Exposure to vibrations through prolonged
use of combustion engine-driven 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 colour or texture,
or loss of feeling in the fingers, hands, or
wrists, discontinue the use of this tool and
seek medical attention.
-- The ignition system of your machine
produces an electromagnetic field of very
low intensity. This field could interfere
with certain pacemakers. To reduce the
risk of serious or fatal injury, persons with
pacemakers should consult their doctor or
the manufacturer of the pacemaker before
using this machine.
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WARNING: National regulations may limit
the use of the machine.
in good conditions. In case of damage or
deterioration, immediately substitute them
(Fig. 18).
15-Do not utilize the machine for uses
different from the ones specified in the
manual (see pag. 8).
16 -Never leave the machine unattended with
the engine running.
17 -Do not start the engine with the arm not
mounted.
18 - Check the brush cutter daily to be sure that
components and safety devices are full
functioning properly.
19-Do not attempt to carry out operations
or repairs that are not part of the normal
maintenance. See the authorised dealer.
20 - When disposing of the machine at the end
of its useful life, think of the environment.
Take your old unit to your dealer who will
be able to dispose of it in a proper manner.
21 -Only experienced persons who are familiar
with the operation and safe use of this
machine should use it. If you lend the
machine to someone, also give them the
instruction manual and ensure that they
read it before using the machine.
22-All saw service, other than the operations
shown in the present manual, should be
performed by competent personnel.
23-Keep this manual on hand and consult it
before each use of the tool.
1 -Do not operate the machine unless you
have received specific instruction on its use.
First time users must familiarise themselves
thoroughly with the operation of the machine
before working in the field.
2 -The machine must only be used by adults
in good physical condition who are familiar
with the operating instructions.
3 -Never use the brush cutter when you are
tired or fatigued or if you have taken alcohol,
drugs or medication.
4 - Wear appropriate clothing and safety articles
such as: boots, heavy-duty trousers, gloves,
protective eyewear, ear protection and
protective helmet. Use clothing which is
close-fitting but comfortable.
5 - Do not allow children to use the brush cutter.
6 - Do not allow other people to remain within
15 metres during brush cutter use .
7 - The brush cutter must be equipped with the
cutting accessories recommended by the
manufacturer (look pag. 14).
8 - Never use the brush cutter without the head
guard.
9 -Before starting the engine, make sure that
the blade is free to move and is not in contact
with any foreign objects.
10-Only use the machine in well-ventilated
places, do not use in explosive or flammable
WARNING
atmospheres or in closed environments.
-- Never use a machine with faulty safety
11 - Never attempt any maintenance work while
equipment. The machine’s safety
the engine is running.
equipment must be checked and
12 -It is prohibited to fit any device other than
maintained as described in this section. If
that supplied by the manufacturer.
your machine fails any of these checks
13 - Do not use a machine that has been damaged,
contact an Authorised Service Centre to
badly repaired, improperly assembled or
get it repaired.
modified. Do not attempt to remove or
-- Any use of the machine not expressly
bypass any of the safety devices. Only use
envisaged in this manual is to be
cutting attachments indicated in the table.
considered improper and therefore a
14 - All labels with health hazards must be kept
source of risk to people and property.
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2. SYMBOLS AND SAFETY WARNINGS (Fig.25)
1 - Read operator’s instruction book before
operating this machine.
2 - Wear head, eye and ear protection.
3 - Wear strong boots and gloves when cutting
with metal or plastic blades.
4 - Be aware that objects can be thrown.
5 - Keep bystanders away 15 m.
6 - Warning! Kickback it’s danger.
7 - On machines with a bent drive shaft it is not
possible to fit disks, only line heads.
8 - Type of machine: BRUSH CUTTER.
9 -Guaranteed sound power level.
10 -CE conformity marking.
11 -Serial number.
12 - Year of manufacture.
13 - Max. speed of output shaft, RPM.
14 - Primer bulb.
3. MAIN COMPONENTS (Fig.1)
5 -Bevel gear
6 -Curved guard
7 -Nylon line head
8 -Fuel tank cap
9 -Purge Bulb
10 -Carburettor adjustment screws
11 -Muffler guard
12 -Spark plug
13 -Air filter
14 -Starter Handle
15 -Choke Lever
16 -Throttle trigger lockout
17 -STOP button
18 -Throttle lever
19 -Harness attachment
20 -Handle
21 -Shaft arm
4. ASSEMBLY
Loop handle (Fig.2)
Loosen the wing nut (A), rotate the loop handle
(B) of 180° and secure it.
The handle position is calculated depending on
the requirements of the operator.
FITTING THE SAFETY GUARD (Fig. 8)
Fit the blade guard (A) to the shaft arm with
screws (B) in a position allowing the operator to
work safely.
FITTING THE NYLON LINE HEAD (Fig. 8)
Put the head fixing pin (H) in the appropriate
hole (L) and tighten the head anti-clockwise by
hand.
5. STARTING
FUELING
WARNING: Gasoline is an extremely
flammable fuel. Use extreme caution when
handling gasoline or fuel mix. Do not smoke
or bring any fire or flame near the fuel or the
unit.
·· To reduce the risk of fire and burn injury,
handle fuel with care. It is highly flammable.
·· Mix and store fuel in a container approved for
gasoline.
·· Mix fuel outdoors where there are no sparks or
flames.
·· Select bare ground, stop engine, and allow to
cool before refueling.
·· Loosen fuel cap slowly to release pressure and
to keep fuel from escaping around the cap.
·· Tighten fuel cap securely after refueling. Unit
vibration can cause an improperly tightened
fuel cap to loosen or come off and spill
quantities of fuel.
·· Wipe spilled fuel from the unit. Move 3 metre
away from refueling site before starting
engine.
·· Never attempt to burn off spilled fuel under
any circumstances.
·· Do not smoke while handling fuel or while
operating the unit.
·· Store fuel in a cool, dry, well ventilated place.
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·· Never place the machine in a combustible
area such as dry leaves, straw, paper, etc.
·· Store the unit and fuel in an area where fuel
vapors cannot reach sparks or open flames
from water heaters, electric motors or
switches, furnaces, etc.
·· Never take the cap off the tank when the
engine is running.
·· Never use fuel for cleaning operations.
·· Take care not to get fuel on your clothing
This product is powered by a 2-cycle engine and
requires pre-mixing gasoline and 2-cycle oil.
Pre-mix unleaded gasoline and 2-cycle engine
oil in a clean container approved for gasoline.
RECOMMENDED FUEL: THIS ENGINE IS
CERTIFIED TO OPERATE ON UNLEADED
GASOLINE INTENDED FOR AUTOMOTIVE USE
WITH AN OCTANE RATING OF 89 ([R + M] / 2) OR
HIGHER.
Mix 2-cycle engine oil with gasoline according to
the instructions on the package.
We strongly recommend the use of 2% (1:50)
Efco two cycle engine oil, which is specifically
formulated for all Efco air-cooled two-stroke
engines.
The correct oil / fuel proportions shown in the
table (Fig. A) are suitable when using the Efco
PROSINT 2 and EUROSINT 2 or an equivalent
high-quality engine oil (JASO specification FD
or ISO specification L-EGD). When oil
specifications are NOT equivalent or unknown
use 4% (1:25) oil / fuel mixing ratio.
GASOLINE
l
1
5
10
15
20
25
OIL
2%-50 : 1
l
(cm3)
0,02
(20)
0,10 (100)
0,20 (200)
0,30 (300)
0,40 (400)
0,50 (500)
A
4%-25 : 1
l
(cm3)
0,04
(40)
0,20 (200)
0,40 (400)
0,60 (600)
0,80 (800)
1,00 (1000)
CAUTION: DO NOT USE AUTOMOTIVE
OIL OR 2-CYCLE OUTBOARD OIL.
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CAUTION:
-Match your fuel purchases to your
consumption; don’t buy more than you will
use in one or two months;
- Store gasoline in a tightly-closed container
in a cool, dry place.
CAUTION - For the mixture, never use a
fuel with an ethanol percentage higher than
10%; gasohol (mixture of gasoline and
ethanol) up to 10% ethanol or E10 fuel are
acceptable.
NOTE - Prepare only the quantity of mixture
required for immediate use; do not leave fuel in
the tank or a container for a long time. Were
commend the use of the additive Emak ADDITIX
2000 code 001000972 if the mixture is to be
stored for 30 days.
Alkylate gasoline
CAUTIONS – Alkylate fuels have
different density than normal fuel. Therefore
engines, set with normal fuel, need different
H jet regulation to avoid critical issues. For
this operation it’s necessary turned at a
Licensed Service Dealer.
FILLING THE TANK
Stir the mixture well before refuelling.
STARTING
Before starting the engine, make sure
that the head is free to move and is not in
contact with any foreign objects.
The cutting attachment must not rotate
when the engine is idling. Otherwise contact
an Authorized Service Center to carry out a
check and fix the problem.
WARNING: Hold the brush cutter firmly
with both hands. Always keep your body is to
the left of tube. Never use a cross-handed grip.
Left-handers should follow these instructions
too. Keep a proper cutting stance.
if engine is cold.
- Now start the engine.
Over exposure to vibrations can result in
blood-vessel or nerve injury to persons
suffering with blood circulation problems. Seek
medical attention if you experience physical
symptoms such numbness, lack of feeling,
reduction in normal strength, changes in the
colour of the skin. These symptoms normally
appear in the fingers, hands or wrists.
Before starting the engine, make sure that the
throttle lever works freely.
START-UP PROCEDURE
1) Slowly push the purge bulb 6 times (9, Fig.1).
2) Pull the choke lever (15, Fig.1) in the CLOSE
position [0] (A, Fig.4). In so doing, it also
activates automatically half-throttle.
3) Place the brush cutter on the ground in a
stable position. Check that the head is free.
Holding the brush cutter down (Fig.3), pull
the starter rope until the first kick over of the
engine is heard (no more than 3 pulls). A new
unit may require additional pulls.
WARNING: Follow safety instruction for
4) Push the choke lever (15, Fig.1) in OPEN (I)
fuel handling. Always shut off engine before
position (B, Fig.4).
fuelling. Never add fuel to a machine with a
5)
Pull
the starter cord to start the engine. Once
running or hot engine. Move at least 3 m from
the machine is started, warm up the machine
refuelling site before starting engine. DO
for about few seconds, without touch the
NOT SMOKE!
throttle lever. The machine could need more
seconds to warm up with cold weather or at
1. Clean surface around fuel cap to prevent
high altitudes. Finally, push the throttle lever
contamination.
2. Loosen fuel cap slowly.
(18, Fig.1) for deactivate the automatic half3. Carefully pour fuel mixture into the tank.
throttle.
Avoid spillage.
4. Prior to replacing the fuel cap, clean and
CAUTION:
inspect the gasket.
- Never wrap the starter cord around your
5. Immediately replace fuel cap and hand
hand.
tighten. Wipe up any fuel spillage.
- When pulling the starter rope, do not
use the full extent of the rope as this can
WARNING: Check for fuel leaks, if any
cause the rope to break.
are found, correct before use. Contact a
- Do not let starter rope snap back. Hold the
Servicing Dealer if necessary.
starter handle (14, Fig.1) and let the rope
rewind slowly.
Engine is Flooded
Set the on/off switch to STOP.
Engage a suitable tool in the spark plug boot.
Pry off the spark plug boot.
Unscrew and dry off the spark plug.
Open the throttle wide.
Pull the starter rope several times to clear the
combustion chamber.
- Refit the spark plug and connect the spark
plug boot, press it down firmly.
- Set the on/off switch to I, the starting position.
- Set the choke lever to OPEN position – even
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-
-
-
-
WARNING: Once the engine is warmed
up do not use the choke to start up again.
WARNING: Use the semi-acceleration
device only in the phase of starting the engine
to cold.
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BREAKING-IN THE ENGINE
The engine reaches the maximum power after the
first 5÷8 hours of activity.
During this period of breaking-in do not use the
engine at wide open throttle without load, to avoid
excessive functioning stress.
WARNING! - During the breaking-in
period do not vary the carburetion to obtain a
presumed power increment; the engine can be
damaged.
NOTE: It is normal for smoke to be emitted
from a new engine during and after first use.
6. STOPPING THE ENGINE
Set the throttle lever to idle position (18, Fig. 1)
and wait a few seconds to let the engine cool off.
Turn off the engine, putting the ON/OFF switch
(17) in the STOP position.
7. USING THE MACHINE
PROHIBITED USE
WARNING! - Always follow the safety
precautions. The brush cutter must only be
used to trim grass material. Do not use the
brush cutter as a lever to lift, move or break
objects, nor lock it on fixed supports. It is
forbidden to apply tools or applications that
are not the ones indicated by the manufacturer
onto the brush cutter’s power take-off.
prevent being pulled off balance.
• Make sure you can move and stand safely.
Check the area around you for possible
obstacles (roots, rocks, branches, ditches, etc.)
in case you have to move suddenly.
• Do not cut above chest height, as a brush
cutter held higher is difficult to control against
kickout forces.
• Do not work near electrical wires. Leave this
operation for professionals.
• Cut only when visibility and light are adequate
for you to see clearly.
• Do not cut from a ladder, this is extremely
dangerous.
• Stop the engine before setting the brush
cutter down.
•Be particularly cautious and alert while
wearing hearing protection because such
equipment may restrict your ability to hear
sounds indicating danger (calls, signals,
warnings, etc).
•Be extremely cautious when working on
slopes or uneven ground.
WARNING: Always wear approved eye
protection. Never lean over the cutting
attachment guard. Stones, rubbish, etc. can
be thrown up into the eyes causing blindness
or serious injury. Keep unauthorised persons
at a distance. Children, animals, onlookers
and helpers should be kept outside the safety
zone of 15 m. Stop the machine immediately if
anyone approaches. Never swing the machine
around without first checking behind you to
make sure no-one is within the safety zone.
WARNING: Never use of a brush cutter
above ground level or with the cutting
attachment perpendicular to the ground. Working Techniques
Never use the brushcutter for trimming General Working Instructions
hedges.
WARNING: This section describes the
On machines with a bent drive shaft it is basic safety precautions for working with
clearing saws and trimmers. If you encounter
not possible to fit disks, only line heads.
a situation where you are uncertain how to
proceed you should ask an expert. Contact
Work Area Precautions
your dealer or your service workshop. Avoid
• Always cut with both feet on solid ground to all usage which you consider to be beyond
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your capability. You must understand the could get burnt if you touch it.
difference between forestry clearing, grass
clearing and grass trimming before use.
WARNING: Sometimes branches or
grass get caught between the guard and
cutting attachment. Always stop the engine
Basic safety rules
before cleaning.
1.Look around you:
• To ensure that people, animals or other things
Check before starting
cannot affect your control of the machine.
• To ensure that people, animals, etc., do not Check that the trimmer head and trimmer guard
come into contact with the cutting attachment are not damaged or cracked. Replace the trimmer
or loose objects that are thrown out by the head or trimmer guard if they have been cracked .
cutting attachment.
WARNING: Do not use the machine
unless you are able to call for help in the
event of an accident.
2.Do not use the machine in bad weather, such
as dense fog, heavy rain, strong wind, intense
cold, etc. Working in bad weather is tiring and
often brings added risks, such as icy ground,
etc.
3. Make sure you can move and stand safely.
Check the area around you for possible
obstacles (roots, rocks, branches, ditches, etc.)
in case you have to move suddenly. Take great
care when working on sloping ground.
4.Switch off the engine before moving to
another area.
5. Never put the machine down with the engine
running.
• Always use the correct equipment.
• Make sure the equipment is well adjusted.
• Organise your work carefully.
WARNING: Never use the machine
without a guard or with a defective guard.
Never use the machine without the
transmission shaft.
Grass trimming with a trimmer head
CAUTION: Do not work with mowing
line longer than the intended diameter. With
a properly mounted guard, the built-in cutter
will automatically adjust the line to its proper
length. Overly long lines can overload the
engine, resulting in damage to the clutch
mechanism and nearby parts.
Trimming
• Hold the trimmer head just above the ground
at an angle. It is the end of the cord that does
the work. Let the cord work at its own pace.
Never press the cord into the area to be cut.
• The cord can easily remove grass and weeds
up against walls, fences, trees and borders,
however it can also damage sensitive bark on
trees and bushes, and damage fence posts.
WARNING: Neither the operator of the •Reduce the risk of damaging plants by
shortening the cord to 10-12 cm and reducing
machine nor anyone else may attempt to
the engine speed.
remove the cut material while the engine is
running or the cutting equipment is rotating,
as this can result in serious injury. Stop the Clearing
engine and cutting equipment before you • The clearing technique removes all unwanted
vegetation. Keep the trimmer head just above
remove material that has wound around the
the ground and tilt it. Let the end of the cord
blade as otherwise there is a risk of injury.
strike the ground around trees, posts, statues
The bevel gear can get hot during use and
and the like (Fig.5).
may remain so for a while afterwards. You
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CAUTION: This technique increases the
wear on the cord.
• The cord wears quicker and must be fed
forward more often when working against
stones, brick, concrete, metal fences, etc., than
when coming into contact with trees and
wooden fences.
• When trimming and clearing you should use
less than full throttle so that the cord lasts
longer and to reduce the wear on the trimmer
head.
Cutting
• The trimmer is ideal for cutting grass that is
difficult to reach using a normal lawn mower.
Keep the cord parallel to the ground when
cutting. Avoid pressing the trimmer head
against the ground as this can ruin the lawn
and damage the tool. (Fig. 6)
• Do not allow the trimmer head to constantly
come into contact with the ground during
normal cutting. Constant contact of this type
can cause damage and wear to the trimmer
head.
Sweeping
• The fan effect of the rotating cord can be used
for quick and easy clearing up. Hold the cord
parallel to and above the area to be swept and
move the tool to and fro (Fig. 7).
• When cutting and sweeping you should use
full throttle to obtain the best results.
WARNING: Never cut, when visibility is
poor or in very high or low temperatures or in
freezing weather.
8. TRANSPORTING
TRANSPORTION
Carry the brush cutter with the engine off.
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9. MAINTENANCE
Inspect (Leaks, Cracks, and Wear)
x
Clean after finishing daily work
x
Controls (STOP button, Choke Lever, Throttle
Trigger, Trigger interlock)
Check Operation
x
Fuel Tank
Inspect (Leaks, Cracks, and Wear)
x
Complete Machine
Fuel Filter and tube
Inspect (Damage, Wear and Grease Level)
Cutting Attachments Guard
Inspect (Damage, and Wear)
Replace
x
All Accessible Screws and Nuts (Not Adjusting Screws)
Inspect
x
x
x
Check Idle (Cutting Attachments must not
rotate at idle)
Spark Plug
Check Electrode Gap
x
Vibration Mounts
Replace by Dealer
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
Replace
Inspect (Damage, and Wear)
x
x
x
Replace
Carburetor
x
x
Retighten
Starter Rope
x
x
Inspect (Damage and Wear)
Clean
Clean after finishing daily work
Inspect (Damage, and Wear)
Replace
1 year or 100 hrs.
x
Cutting Attachments
Clean
6 mouths or 50 hrs.
x
Inspect
Bevel Gear
Cylinder Fins
Starter System Vents
As Required
Clean
Clean, Replace Filter Element
Air Filter
If Damaged or
Faulty
Monthly
Please note that the following maintenance intervals apply for normal operating conditions only. If your daily work
requires longer than normal or harsh cutting conditions are present, then the suggested intervals should be shortened
accordingly.
Before Each Use
Maintenance Chart
x
x
x
x
x
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NYLON LINE HEAD
Only use line of the same diameter as the original
to avoid overloading the engine (Fig. 18).
In order to get more line out of the cutting head,
tap it lightly on the ground while working.
Note: Never hit the nylon head against hard spots
such as concrete or stones, it could be dangerous.
REPLACING THE NYLON LINE (TAP’N GO)
1. Press the tab (Fig.10) and remove the cover
and the internal spool.
2. Double back the line, leaving one end 14 cm
longer than the other one. Lock the line in the
notch (B, Fig.11). Wind the line in the direction
of the arrow, each end in its chink, regular,
without crossing them.
3. At the end of the winding, lock in the slits (Fig.12)
Assemble the spring. Slip the line through the
eyelet (Fig.13) and pull it towards the outside.
Lock the head with the cover.
WARNING! – Always wear protective
gloves during maintenance operations. Do not
carry out maintenance with the engine hot.
AIR FILTER
Every 8-10 working hours, remove the cover (A,
Fig. 16), clean the filter (C).
Clean with Emak degreaser p/n 001101009, rinse
with water and blast dry with compressed air.
Replace if dirty or damaged. The engine runs
irregularly if the filter is clogged, with consequent
higher consumption and lower performance.
SPARK PLUG
Clean spark plug and check electrode distance
periodically (Fig. 17). Use Champion NGK CMR7H
or of other brand with the same thermal grade.
Never use fuel for cleaning operations.
CARBURETOR
Before adjusting the carburetor, clean the air filter
(C, Fig. 16) and warm up the engine. This engine
is designed and manufactured in order to comply
with the applicable 97/68/EC, 2002/88/EC and
2004/26/EC Directive. The carburetor (Fig. 14)
is designed to permit only the adjustement
of L and H screws in a range of 1/4; the quarter
round the hall range admissible for L and H ± 1/8
screws is determined by the manufacturer and
you can not modify it.
WARNING: Don’t try to force the screws
outside the range!
Idle screw T is adjusted in order to ensure a good
safety margin between idle running and clutch
engagement.
Screw L must be adjusted so that the engine
promptly responds to sharp accelerations and
gives good idle operation.
Screw H must be adjusted so that the engine gives
maximum power during the cutting phase.
WARNING: With the engine idling (28003000 rpm), the blade should not rotate. We
FUEL TANK
recommend that you have your nearest
Check fuel filter periodically. A dirty filter can cause authorised dealer or service workshop carry
difficult starting and lower engine performance. out any carburettor adjustments.
To clean filter proceed as follows: remove it from
WARNING: Weather conditions and
fuel filling hole. Replace it (Fig. 15) if too dirty.
altitude may affect carburation.
ENGINE
Clean cylinder fins with a brush or compressed EXTRA MAINTANANCE ADVISABLE
air periodically. Dangerous overheating of engine It is advisable to inspect the machine by a
specialized technician at an authorized service
may occur due to impurities on the cylinder.
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network at the end of season, if used
surrounding area.
intensively, and every two years if with normal -- Scrupulously comply with local regulations
and provisions for the disposal of waste
use.
materials after mowing.
Scrupulously comply with local regulations
ATTENTION: All maintenance operations
and provisions for the disposal of oils, petrol,
not reported in this manual must be carried
batteries, filters, deteriorated parts or any
out by an authorized Service Center.
elements which have a strong impact on the
To ensure steady and regular brush cutter
environment. This waste must not be
operation, remember that parts must only be
disposed of as normal waste, it must be
replaced with ORIGINAL SPARES.
separated and taken to specified waste
disposal centres where the material will be
Any unauthorized changes and/or use
recycled.
of non-original replacement parts may result
in serious injury or death to the operator or Demolition and disposal
When the machine reaches the end of its service
third parties.
life, do not dispose of it into the environment;
instead take it to a waste disposal centre.
10. STORAGE
Most materials used in the manufacture of the
If the machine is to be stored for long periods:
- Drain and clean the fuel tank in a well-ventilated machine are recyclable; all metals (steel,
area. To drain the tank, start the engine and aluminium, brass) can be delivered to a normal
recycling station. For information contact your
wait until the fuel is exhausted and the engine
local waste recycling service. Waste disposal
stops (leaving fuel mixture in the carburettor
must be carried out with respect for the
could damage the membranes).
environment, avoiding soil, air and water
- The procedures for returning the machine to pollution.
service following winter storage are the same In all cases, applicable local legislation must
as for starting up during everyday use (page 7). be complied with.
- Follow all the maintenance regulations
previously described.
- Clean the brush cutter completely and lubricate
the metallic parts.
- Remove, clean and lubricate the blade to
prevent rusting.
- Empty the fuel tank and put the cap back on.
- Thoroughly clean the cooling slots and the air
filter (Fig. 16).
- Store the brush cutter in a dry place, preferably
not in direct contact with the floor and away
from heat sources.
11. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
Environmental protection should be a priority of
considerable importance when using the
machine, for the benefit of both social cohesion
and the environment in which we live.
-- Try not to cause any disturbance to the
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12. TECHNICAL DATA
DS 220 TR
Displacement
21.7
cm3
Engine
2 stroke EMAK
Power
kW
0.8
Min. rpm
min-1
3000
Maximum speed of output
spindle
min-1
8.200
Engine speed at maximum
output spindle speed
min-1
8.200
Fuel tank capacity
cm3
400 (0.40 l)
Primer carburetor
Yes
Antivibration system
Yes
Cutting width
cm
40
Weight without cutting tool
and guard
kg
3.8
Recommended cutting attachments
Model
DS 220 TR
Cutting attachments
P.N. 61370452R
Guards
P.N. 61370532
WARNING!!!
Using an incorrect cutting attachment increases the risk of accidents! Only use the
recommended cutting attachments and guards and follow the manufacturer’s sharpening
instructions.
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NOTE:
13. DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
The undersigned, Emak spa via Fermi, 4 - 42011 Bagnolo in
Piano (RE) ITALY declares under its own responsibility that
the machine:
1. Category: brushcutter/grass trimmer
2. Brand Efco, Type DS 220 TR
3. Serial ID 930 XXX 0001 ÷ 930 XXX 9999 (DS 220 TR)
conforms to the requirements of Directives:
2006/42/CE - 2000/14/CE - 2004/108/CE - 97/68/CE - 2002/88/
CE, conforms to the provisions of the following harmonized
standards:
EN 55012 - EN ISO 11806
Procedures for evaluation of conformity followed:
Annex V - 2000/14/CE
Measured sound power level: 110.0 dB (A)
Guaranteed sound power level: 112.0 dB (A)
Technical Documentation deposited with Administrative
Headquarters: Technical Department
Signed in Bagnolo in Piano (RE) Italy - via Fermi, 4
Date: 30/11/2013
s.p.a.
Fausto Bellamico - President
14. WARRANTY CERTIFICATE
This machine has been designed and manufactured using the
most modern techniques. The manufacturer guarantees its
products for 24 months from the date of purchase, for private
and hobby use. The warranty is limited to 12 months in case
of professional use.
Limited warranty
1) The warranty period starts on the date of purchase. The
manufacturer, acting through the sales and technical
assistance network, shall replace free of charge any parts
proven defective in material, machining or
manufacturing. The warranty does not affect the
purchaser’s rights as established under legislation
governing the consequences of defects in the machine.
2) Technical personnel will undertake the necessary repairs
in the minimum time possible, compatible with
organisational needs.
3) To make any claim under the warranty, this certificate
of warranty, fully completed, bearing the dealer’s
stamp and accompanied by the invoice or receipt
showing the date of purchase, must be displayed to
the personnel authorised to approve work.
4) The warranty shall be null and void if:
- the machine has evidently not been serviced correctly
MODEL
DATE
SERIAL No
DEALER
BOUGHT BY Mr.
Do not send! Only attach to requests for technical warranties.
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- the machine has been used for improper purposes or has
been modified in any way,
- unsuitable lubricants and fuels have been used
- non-original spare parts and accessories have been fitted
- work has been done on the machine by unauthorised
personnel
5) The warranty does not cover consumables or parts
subject to normal wear.
6) The warranty does not cover work to update or improve
the machine.
7) The warranty does not cover any preparation or
servicing work required during the warranty period.
8) Damage incurred during transport must be immediately
brought to the attention of the carrier: failure to do so
shall render the warranty null and void.
9) Engines of other manufacturers (Briggs & Stratton,
Subaru, Honda, Lombardini, Kohler, etc.) fitted to our
machines are covered by the warranties of the engine
manufacturer.
10)The warranty does not cover injury or damage caused
directly or indirectly to persons or things by defects in
the machine or by periods of extended disuse of the
machine resulting from the said defects.
15. TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING: Always stop unit and disconnect spark plug before performing all of the
recommended remedies below except remedies that require operation of the unit.
When all the possible causes have been checked and the problem is not resolved, consult an
Authorised Service Centre. If a problem occurs that is not listed in this table, consult an Authorised
Service Centre.
PROBLEM
Engine will not start or will
run only a few seconds
after starting.
POSSIBLE CAUSES
1. No spark
2. Flooded engine.
Engine starts but will not
accelerate properly or will
not run properly at high
speed.
Carburetor
adjustment.
requires
Engine does not reach full
speed and / or emits
excessive smoke
1. Check oil fuel mixture.
2. Air filter dirty.
3. Carburetor requires
adjustment.
Engine starts, runs and
accelerates but will not
idle.
Carburetor
adjustment.
Engine starts and runs, but
cutting attachment is not
rotating
WARNING:
Never
touch the cutting
attachment while the
engine is running.
1. Clutch, bevel drive or
transmission shaft
damaged
requires
SOLUTION
1. Watch for spark at spark plug
tip. If there is no spark, repeat
test with a new spark plug
(CMR7H).
2.Follow procedure page 28. If
engine still fails to start, repeat
procedure with a new spark
plug.
Contact a Servicing Dealer for
carburetor adjustment.
1. Use fresh fuel and the correct
2-cycle oil mix.
2. Clean per instruction in
Maintenance-Air Filter Section.
3. Contact a Servicing Dealer for
carburetor adjustment.
Turn idle speed screw “T”
(Fig. 21) clockwise to increase idle
speed. See Operation-Carburetor
Adjustment.
1. Replace if necessary - contact a
Servicing Dealer.
WARNING: Do not attempt to carry out repairs without the necessary repairs and
technical expertise. Poorly executed repairs will automatically invalidate the warranty and
relieve the manufacturer of all liability.
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Mod. 61370449A - Set/2015
WARNING! – This owner’s manual must stay with the machine for all its life.
Efco it’s an EMAK S.p.A. trademark
42011 Bagnolo in Piano (RE) Italy
Tel. +39 0522 956611 • Fax +39 0522 951555
service@emak.it • www.efco.it
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