CVPS41008 CVPS41010

CVPS41008 CVPS41010
CONVERTIBLE 2 IN 1
CVPS41008
CVPS41010
This product
/ CHAIN SAW
the
the saw
and/or handles
CAUTION: Never use guard as a handle. Never grasp the unit by the
guard. Failure to heed this warning can result in serious personal injury.
chain saws.
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distance
WARNING: California Proposition 65:
This product contains chemicals known to the State of California
to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
Fig. 1
Chain saw w/chain and bar
Telescoping pole
Fig. 2
CONVERTING FROM POLE SAW TO CHAIN SAW.
The electric chainsaw is a separate operating unit when not assembled
to the telescopic pole.
POLE ASSEMBLY:
Remove rubber caps from the upper and lower pole sections. Hold
the two sections of the pole as shown with the arrows facing up.
Insert the upper pole section into the connector on the lower pole
section until you hear the sections click together. Make sure the two
sections are securely assembled by stretching the pole out and
drawing it back several times.
Disconnect handle and cutting head from ends of telescopic pole as
per the instructions provided.
Connect the handle directly to the cutting head by aligning the grooves
and pulling upward. The release latch must snap in, firmly and securely
locking the parts together.
ADJUSTING LENGTH OF TELESCOPIC POLE
To adjust the telescoping pole disconnect the saw from the power
supply. Rotate the collar counterclockwise to loosen. Extend the pole
to the desired length.
NOTE: Only extend the pole to minimum length required to reach the
limb to be cut.
Lock the pole in position by turning the collar clockwise until firmly
hand tight. Do not use wrench or pliers to over tighten the collar.
Damage to collar and/or pole may result.
CONVERTING FROM CHAIN SAW TO POLE SAW.
Pull the release latch located on the handle assembly backwards in
the direction of the handle. (see Fig 1. )Slide the handle downwards.
( Fig. 2).
Connect the handle to the rear of the telescopic pole and the cutting
head to the front end of the pole.
Make sure the release latch snaps in to lock the parts securely.
telescopic pole collars
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INSTALLING/REPLACING THE GUIDE BAR AND CHAIN
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INSTALLING/REPLACING THE GUIDE BAR AND CHAIN
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LEFT HAND
CUTTERS
RIGHT HAND
CUTTERS
CORRECT TOP PLATE INCORRECT TOP PLATE
FILING ANGLE
FILING ANGLE
LESS
THAN 30
30
CORRECT SIDE
PLATE FILING
ANGLE
MORE
THAN 30
INCORRECT SIDE PLATE
FILING ANGLE
HOOK
80
BACKWARD
SLOPE
CUTTING
CORNER
SIDE
PLATE
DEPTH
GAUGE
TOP PLATE
RIVET HOLE
HEEL
RAKER CLEARANCE
.025 in. (0.6 mm)
TOE
GULLET
DEPTH GAUGE JOINTER
FLAT FILE
RESTORE ORIGINAL
SHAPE BY ROUNDING
THE FRONT
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DO NOT PULL the trigger until you are ready to make a cut.
When using the chain saw place your right hand
on the rear handle and your left hand on the front handle with your
thumbs and fingers encircling the chain saw handles. A firm grip
together with a stiff left arm will help you maintain control of the
saw if kickback occurs. When using as a pole saw place
WARNING: Be aware of the cord while operating the saw. Keep
the cord away from the chain. Be careful not to trip over the
extension cord.
precautions
Do not use saw to cut vines and/or small underbrush.
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and/or handles
When using the chain saw place your right hand
on the rear handle and your left hand on the front handle with
your thumbs and fingers encircling the chain saw handles.
When using as a pole saw place
PLANNED LINE OF FALL
PLANNED 135
LINE OF FALL
SAFE
RETREAT
ZONE
45
90
135
when using pole saw.
gripping
Do not use the pole saw to fell saplings. Use the chain saw without
the pole attachment.
in the "off "
position.
Always hold
Do not extend arms above shoulder level when operating the
pole saw.
Do not cut above chest height when using the chain saw.
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45
SAFE
RETREAT
ZONE
90 SAFE
RETREAT
ZONE
PLANNED PATH OF SAFE RETREAT
135 FROM PLANNED LINE OF FALL
PRUNING
LIMBING
2nd Cut-Pruning
Cut(to avoid
pinching)
4th CutFinal Stub Cut
1st Cut-Pruning
Undercut(to avoid
splintering)
3rd Cut-Stub Undercut
(to avoid splintering)
Make first cut six inches from tree trunk on underside of limb. Use top
of guide bar to make this cut. (Cut 1/3 through diameter of limb.)
Move two to four inches farther out on limb. Make second cut from
above limb. Continue cut until you cut limb off.
Make third cut as close to tree trunk as possible on underside of limb
stub. Use top of guide bar to make this cut. Cut 1/3 through diameter
of stub.
Make fourth cut directly above third cut. Cut down to meet third cut.
This will remove limb stub.
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and chain oil,
Reverse chain so that cutters
face the right direction
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CVPS41010
CVPS41008
2.75m (9 ft)
2.8m (9 ft 2 in)
LOCK OFF BUTTON
TRIGGER SWITCH
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