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CONTENT
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Declaration of Conformity
Guarantee ................................................................................................................................................................1
1 Outline
Introduction ..............................................................................................................................................................2
Guide to Using this Manual .................................................................................................................................2
Safety Precautions and Working Techniques.................................................................................................2
• THE OPERATOR..............................................................................................................................................2
• THE ENGINE & TOOL.....................................................................................................................................3
−− Engine
-- Transporting the engine..................................................................................................................4
-- Cap with grip.......................................................................................................................................4
-- Before Starting....................................................................................................................................4
-- Starting..................................................................................................................................................4
-- During Operation...............................................................................................................................4
-- Catalytic converter.............................................................................................................................5
−− Pole chain saw
-- Transporting the Power Tool..........................................................................................................5
-- During Operation...............................................................................................................................6
-- Operating instructions.....................................................................................................................7
−− The pole hedge trimmer
-- Transporting the Pole Hedge Trimmer......................................................................................9
-- Before Starting...................................................................................................................................9
-- During Operation..............................................................................................................................9
-- Operating instructions....................................................................................................................10
−− Brushcutter & Trimmer
-- Operating advice...............................................................................................................................11
-- Use of trimming.................................................................................................................................12
-- The use of brushcutter.....................................................................................................................12
2 Engine
Main Parts and Controls ....................................................................................................................................... 13
Mounting the Loop Handle ................................................................................................................................ 14
Fuel .............................................................................................................................................................................. 14
Fueling ........................................................................................................................................................................ 15
Starting / Stopping the Engine ......................................................................................................................... 15
Operating Instructions ......................................................................................................................................... 16
Cleaning the Air Filter ........................................................................................................................................... 16
Checking the Spark Plug ..................................................................................................................................... 16
Rewind Starter ......................................................................................................................................................... 17
3 Pole Chain Saw
Main Parts and Controls........................................................................................................................................ 17
Using the Pole Chain Saw .................................................................................................................................... 17
Mounting the Tool ................................................................................................................................................. 18
Operating the Tool (rotation model)................................................................................................................ 18
Mounting the Bar and Chain .............................................................................................................................. 19
Tensioning the Saw Chain ................................................................................................................................... 19
Checking Chain Tension ....................................................................................................................................... 20
Chain Lubricant ....................................................................................................................................................... 20
Filling Chain Oil Tank ............................................................................................................................................. 20
Checking Chain Lubrication ............................................................................................................................... 20
Fitting the Harness ................................................................................................................................................. 20
Starting / Stopping the Engine ......................................................................................................................... 21
Operating Instructions ......................................................................................................................................... 21
Taking Care of Guide Bar ..................................................................................................................................... 21
Checking and Replacing the Chain Sprocket ............................................................................................... 21
Maintaining and Sharpening Saw Chain ....................................................................................................... 22
4 Description of Pole Hedge Trimmer
Main Parts .................................................................................................................................................................23
Mounting and adjusting........................................................................................................................................23
Adjusting angle . ......................................................................................................................................................24
Fitting the Harness ................................................................................................................................................25
Using the Machine . ...............................................................................................................................................25
-- Vertical cut (with straight cutter bar) ................................................................................................... 25
-- Vertical cut (with angled cutter bar) .................................................................................................... 25
-- Horizontal cut (with straight cutter bar) ............................................................................................. 25
-- Overhead cut (with angled cutter bar)................................................................................................. 26
-- Horizontal cut (with angled cutter bar) ............................................................................................ 26
Store the Tools...........................................................................................................................................................26
5 Brushcutter & Trimmer
Main Parts and Controls........................................................................................................................................ 26
Mounting the blade ...............................................................................................................................................27
Mounting the cord head....................................................................................................................................... 28
Replacement of the cutting line ........................................................................................................................28
6 Extension shaft
Mounting .................................................................................................................................................................. 29
7 Maintenance
Maintenance and Repairs .................................................................................................................................... 30
Store the Engine...................................................................................................................................................... 31
8 Reference
Specifications ........................................................................................................................................................... 32
Service
Allow only persons who understand the manuals of the Engine and the Tools to operate your power tool.
To receive maximum performance and satisfaction from your power tool, it is important that you read and understand the maintenance and safety precautions, before using your power tool.
Contact your dealer or the distributor for your area if you do not understand any of the instructions in the manual.
1 OUTLINE
1.1 Introduction:
Noise emission information in accordance with the
German Equipment and Product Safety Act (GPSG)
and the EC Machine Directive: The noise level at the
workplace may exceed 80 dB (A). In this case, noise
protection measures for the operator are required
(e.g., wearing of ear protection).
Please do also consider any local regulations concerning noise protection !
Warning!
Because this power tool is a high-speed workingtool,
some special safety precautions must be observed to reduce the risk of personal injury. Careless or im-proper use
may cause serious or even fatal injury.
tion. Such paragraphs are marked with the symbols described below:
Warning where there is a risk of an accident or personal injury or serious damage to property.
Caution where there is a risk of damaging the machine or its individual components.
Note or hint which is not essential for using the machine, but may improve the operator’s understanding of the situation and result in better use of the
machine.
Note or hint on correct procedure in order to avoid
damage to the environment.
1.3 Safety Precautions and Working Techniques
Because this engine is a high-speed, power tool,
Tool is a high-speed, fastcutting power tool with
sharp cutting blades,special safety precautions
must be observed to reduce the risk of personal
injury. It is important that you read, fully understand and observe the following safety precautions warning. Read the instruction manuals
and the safety precautions of your Engine and
Tool periodically. Careless or improper use may
cause serious or fatal injury.
Have your dealer show you how to operate your
power tool. Observe all applicable local safety
regulations, standards, and ordinances.
The Engine and Tools can be optional combined to produce a power tool. In this instruction manual the functional unit formed by the Engine and Tool is referred to
as the power tool. Always read and make sure you understand the manual before starting and using your machine. Keep the manual in a safe place for later reference.
1.2 Guide to Using this Manual
Pictograms
All the pictograms attached to the machine are shown
and explained in this manual. The operating and handing
instructions are supported by illustrations.
Symbols in text
The individual steps or procedures described in the manual may be marked in different ways:
A bullet marks a step or procedure without
direct reference to an illustration.
A description of a step or procedure that refers directly to
contain item numbers illustration. Exampe:
Loosen the screw (1)
Lever (2) ...
In addition to the operating instructions, this manual
may contain paragraphs that require your special atten-
Warning!
Do not lend or rent your engine&tool without the instruction manuals. Be sure that anyone using it understands the information contained in the manual.
Minors should never be allowed to use this engine & tool.
Bystanders, especially children, and animals should not
be allowed in the area where it is in use.
To reduce the risk of injury to bystanders and damage
to property, never let your power tool run unattended.
When it is not in use (e.g. during a work break), shut it off
and make sure that unauthorized person do not use it.
Most of these safety precautions and warnings apply to
the use of all tools.
Warning!
Engine and Tool instruction manual for a description of
the controls and the function of the parts of your model.
Safe use of a Engine&Tool involves
1. the operator
2. the engine & tool
3. the use of engine & tool.
THE OPERATOR
Physical Condition
You must be in good physical condition and mental
health and not under the influence of substance ( drugs,
alcohol, etc.) which might impair vision, dexterity or
judgement. Do not operate this machine when you are
fatigued.
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Warning!
Be alert – if you get tired, take a break. Tiredness may result in loss of control. Working with any power tool can
be strenuous. If you have any condition that might be
aggravated by strenuous work, check with your doctor
before operating this machine.
Warning!
Prolonged use of a power tool (or other machines) exposing the operator to vibrations may produce whitefinger disease (Raynaud’s phenomenon) or carpal tunnel
syndrome.
Warning!
Prolonged use of a power tool (or other machines) exposing the operator to vibrations may produce whitefinger disease (Raynaud’s phenomenon) or carpal tunnel
syndrome.
These conditions reduce the hand‘s ability to feel and
regulate temperature, produce numbness and burning
sensations and may cause nerve and circulation damage
and tissue necrosis.
All factors which contribute to white-finger disease are
not known, but cold weather, smoking and diseases or
physical conditions that affect blood vessels and blood
transport, as well as high vibration levels and long periods of exposure to vibration are mentioned as factors
in the development of whitefinger disease. In order to
reduce the risk of whitefinger disease and carpal tunnel
synfrome, please note the following:
• Wear gloves and keep your hands warm.
• Keep the AV system well maintained. A power tool
with loose components or with damaged or worn AV
buffers will tend to have higher vibration levels.
• Maintain a firm grip at all times, but do not squeeze
the handles with constant, excessive pressure. Take
frequent breaks.
All the above-mentioned precautions do not guarantee
that you will not sustain whitefinger disease or carpal
tunnel syndrome. Therefor, continual and regular users
should closely monitor the continual of their hands and
fingers. If any of the above symptoms appear, seek medical advice immediately.
Warning!
The ignition system produces an electromagnetic field of
a very low intensity. This field may interfere with some
pacemakers. To reduce risk of serious or fatal injury, persons with a pacemaker should consult their physician
and the pacemaker manufacturer before operating this
tool.
Proper Clothing
Warning!
To reduce the risk of injury, the operator should wear
proper protective apparel.
Warning!
Power tool noise may damaged your hearing.
Wear sound barriers (ear plugs or ear mufflers) to
protect your hearing. Continal and regular users
should have their hearing checked regulary.
Be particularly alert and cautios when wearing hearing
protection because your ability to hear warnings (shouts.
alarms, etc.) is restricted.
To reduce the risk of injury to your eyes never operate your power tool unless wearing goggles or
properly fitted protective glasses with adequate
top and side protection complying with your applicable national standard. To reduce the risk of
injury to your face Sunray recommends that you
also wear a face shield or face screen over your
goggles or protective glasses
Always wear gloves when handling the machine
and attachment. Heavy-duty, nonslip gloves improve your grip and help to protect your hands.
Clothing must be sturdy and snug-fitting, but allow complete freedom of movement. Wear long
pants made of heavy material to help protect
your legs. Do not wear shorts, sandals or go barefoot.
Avoid loose-fitting jackets, scarfs,neckties, jewelry, flared or cuffed pants, unconfined long hair or
anything that could become caught on branches,
brush or the moving parts of the unit. Secure hair
so it is above shoulder level.
Good footing is very important. Wear sturdy
boots with nonslip soles. Steel-toed safety boots
are recommended.
Wear an approved safety hard hat to reduce the
risk of injury to your head when there is a danger
of head injuries.
Guaranteed acoustic capacity level LWA 112
dB(A)
THE ENGINE & TOOL
For illustrations and definitions of the power tool parts
see the chapter on “Main Parts and Control.”
Warning!
If this tool is subjected to unusually high loads for which
it was not designed (e.g. heavy impact or a fall), always
check that it is in good condition before continuing
work. Check in particular that the fuel safety divce working properly. Do not continue operating this machine if
it is damaged. In case of doubt, have checked by your
servicing dealer.
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THE USE OF THE ENGINE & TOOL
Screw cap
2 ENGINE
! Warning!
Unit vibrations can cause an improperly tightened fuel filler cap to loosen or
come off and spill quantities of fuel.
In order to reduce the risk of fuel spillage and fire, tighten the fuel filler cap by
hand as securely as possible.
Transporting the engine
Warning!
Transporting the engine
Always switch off the engine and make sure the working
tool has stopped before putting a power transporting
your power tool in properly secure it to prevent turnover,
fuel spillage and damage to the power tool.
Fuel
Your engine uses an oil-gasoline mixture for fuel (see the
chapter on “Fuel” of your instruction manual).
Warning!
Gasoline is an extremely flammable fuel. If
spilled and ignited by a spark or other ignition source, it can cause fire and serious burn
injury or property damage. Use extreme caution whenhandling gasoline or fuel mix. Do
not smoke or bring any fire or flame near the
fuel or the engine. Note that combustible fuel
vapor may escape from the fuel system.
Fueling Instructions
Warning!
Fuel your engine in well-ventilated areas, outdoors. Always shut off the engine and allow it to cool before refueling. Gasoline build up inside the fuel tank depending
on the fuel used, the weather conditions and the tank
venting system.
In order to reduce the risk of burns and other personal
injury from escaping gas vapor and fumes, remove the
fuel filler cap on your engine allow any pressure build-up
in the tank to release slowly. Never remove the fuel filler
cap while the engine is running. Select bare ground for
fueling and move at least 10 feet (3 m) from the
fueling spot before starting the engine. Wipe off any
spilled fuel before starting your machine.
Warning!
Check for fuel leakage while refueling and during operation. If fuel leakage is found, do not start or run the engine until the leak is fixed and any spilled fuel has been
wiped away. Take care not to get fuel onyour clothing.
If this happens, change your clothing immediately. Different models may be equipped with different fuel caps.
If the fuel has overflowed, do not attempt to start the
motor.
Instead, the tool must be moved away from the petrolsoaked area before startup.
Cap with grip
Warning!
In order to reduce the risk of fuel spillage and fire from
an improperly tightened fuel cap, correctly position and
tighten the fuel cap in the fuel tank opening.
Before Starting
Warning!
Always check your engine for proper condition and operation before starting, particularly the throttle trigger,
throttle trigger interlock, stop switch and working tool.
The throttle trigger (if applicable) must move freely and
always spring back to the idle position. Never attempt to
modify the controls or safety devices.
Warning!
Never use a power tool that is damaged or not properly
maintained.
Check that the spark plug boot is securely mounted on
the spark plug loose boot may cause arcing that could
ignite combustible fumes and cause a fire. Keep the handles clean and dry at all times; it is particularly important
to keep them free of moisture, pitch, oil, grease or resin in
order for you to maintain a firm grip and properly control
your engine.
Starting
Start the engine at least 10 feet (3 meters) from the
fueling spot, outdoors only.
Place the power tool on firm ground or other solid surface in an open area. Maintain good balance and secure
footing.
Warning!
Your engine is a one-person machine. Do not allow other
persons in the general work area, even when starting.
To reduce the risk of injury from loss of control, do not
attempt to “drop start” your power tool.
When you pull the starter grip, do not wrap the starter
rope around your hand. Do not let the grip snap back,
but guide the starter rope to rewind it properly. Failure to
follow this procedure may result in injury to your hand or
fingers and may damage the starter mechanism.
Important Adjustments
Warning!
To reduce the risk of personal injury from loss of control
or contact with the running working tool, do not use a
power tool with incorrect idle adjustment. At correct idle
speed, the working tool should not move.
During Operation
Holding and controlling the power tool
Always hold the unit firmly with both hands on the
handles while you are working. Wrap your fingers and
thumbs around the handles.
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Operate and start your power tool only outdoors in a well
ventilated area. Operate it under good visibility and daylight conditions only. Work carefully.
! Warning!
Since a muffler with a catalytic converter cools down less
rapidly than conven-tional mufflers, always set your power tool down in the upright position and never locate it
where the muffler is near dry brush, grass, wood chips or
other combustible materials while it is still hot.
An improperly mounted or damaged cylinder housing or
a damaged / deformed muffler shell may interfere with
the cooling process of the catalytic converter. To reduce
the risk of fire or burn injury, do not continue work with
a damaged or improperly mounted cylinder housing or a
damaged/ deformed muffler shell.
Your catalytic converter is furnished with screens designed to reduce the risk of fire from the emission of hot
particles. Due to the heat from the catalytic reaction,
these screens will normally stay clean and need no service or maintenance.
Warning!
3 POLE CHAIN SAW
Your right hand should grip the rear handle. This also applies to left-handers.
Working conditions
As soon as the engine is running, this product generates toxic exhaust fumes containing
chemicals (such as unburned hydrocarbons
and carbon monoxide) known to cause respiratory problems, cancer, birth defects, or other
reproductive harm. Some of the gases (e.g.
carbon monoxide) may be colorless and odorless. To reduce the risk of serious or fatal injury/
illness from inhaling toxic fumes, never run the
machine indoors or in poorly ventilated locations.
The muffler and other parts of the engine (e.g. fins of the
cylinder, spark plug) become hot during operation and
remain hot for a while after stopping the engine.
To reduce risk of burns do not touch the muffler and
other parts while they are hot.
To reduce the risk of fire and burn injury, keep the area
around the muffler clean. Remove excess lubricant and
all debris such as pine needles, branches or leaves. Let
the engine cool down sitting on concrete, metal, bare
ground or solid wood (e.g. the trunk of a felled tree) away
from any combustible substances.
Never modify your muffler. The muffler could be damaged and cause an increase in heat radiation or sparks,
thereby increasing the risk of fire and burn injury. You
may also permanently damage the engine.
Catalytic converter
! Warning!
The engine is equiped with a catalytic converter, which is designed to reduce the exhaust
emissions of the engine by a chemical process
in the muffler. Due to this process, the muffler
does not cool down as rapidly as conventional
mufflers when the engine returns to idle or is
shut off.
To reduce the risk of fire and burn injuries, the following
specific safety precautions must be observed.
Transporting the Power Tool
! Warning!
This power tool should be carried only in a horizontal position. Grip the shaft in a manner that the machine is balanced horizontally. Keep the hot muffler away from your
body and the cutting attachment behind you. Accidental
acceleration of the engine can cause the chain to rotate
and cause serious injuries.
Always switch off the engine and fit the scabbard over
the cutting attachment before transporting the power
tool over long distances. When transporting it in a vehicle, properly secure it to prevent turnover, fuel spillage
and damage to the unit.
Before Starting
Take off the chain guard (scabbard) and inspect the chain
saw for proper condition and operation. (See the maintenance chart near the end of the instruction manuals.)
Always check your power tool for proper condition and
operation before starting, particularly the throttle trigger, throttle trigger interlock, stop switch and cutting
attachment. The throttle trigger must move freely and
always spring back to the idle position. Never attempt to
modify the controls or safety devices.
Never operate your power tool if it is damaged, improperly adjusted or maintained, or not completely or securely assembled.
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Keep the handles clean and dry at all times; it is particularly important to keep them free of moisture, pitch, oil,
fuel mix, grease or resin in order for you to maintain a
firm grip and properly control your power tool. For proper assembly of the bar and chain follow the procedure
described in the chapter “Mounting the Bar and Chain” of
your instruction manual.
Chain, guide bar and sprocket must match each other in
gauge and pitch.
Proper chain tension is extremely important. In order to
avoid improper setting, the tensioning procedure must
be followed as described in your manual. Always make
sure the hex nut(s) for the sprocket cover is (are) tightened securely after tensioning the chain. Check chain
tension once more after having tightened the nut(s).
Never start the chain saw with the sprocket cover loose.
Adjust carrying harness and hand grip to suit your size
before starting work.
Starting
To reduce the risk of fire and burn injuries, start the engine at least 10 feet (3 meters) from the fueling spot, outdoors only.
Start and operate your pole pruner without assistance.
For specific starting instructions, see the appropriate
section of your Engine manual. Proper starting methods
reduce the risk of injury.
Place the saw trimmer on firm ground or other solid surface in an open area or, in the alternative, as shown in
the above picture. Maintain good balance and secure
footing.
To reduce the risk of injury from loss of control be absolutely sure that the guide bar and chain are clear of
you and all other obstructions and objects, includingthe
ground.
With the engine running only at idle, attach the power
tool to the spring hook of your harness (see appropriate
chapter of this manual).
Important Adjustments
Proper chain tension is very important at all times. Check
it at regular intervals (whenever the pole pruner is shut
off ). If the chain becomes loose while cutting, switch off
the engine and then tighten. Never try to tighten the
chain while the engine is running.
During Operation
Holding and controlling the power tool
Always hold the unit firmly with both hands on the
handles while you are working. Wrap your fingers and
thumbsaround the handles.
Place your left hand on front handle and your right hand
on rear grip and throttle trigger. Left handers should follow these instructions too. Keep your hands in this position to have your pole pruner under control at all times.
Never attempt to operate your power tool with one
hand. Loss of control of the power tool resulting in serious or fatal injury may result.
In order to properly control your chain saw always maintain good balance and a firm foothold. Never work on a
ladder, in a tree or on any other insecure support. Never
hold the machine above shoulder height. Do not overreach. When working at a height above 15 feet (4.5 m)
use a lift bucket.
Special care must be taken in slippery conditions (wet
ground, snow) and in difficult, overgrown terrain. Watch
for hidden obstacles such as tree stumps, roots, rocks,
holes and ditches to avoid stumbling. For better footing, clear away fallen branches, scrub and cuttings. Be
extremely cautious when working on slopes or uneven
ground.
Take extreme care in wet and freezing weather (rain,
snow, ice). Put off the work when the weather is windy,
stormy or rainfall is heavy.
Working conditions
Operate and start your power tool only outdoors in a well
ventilated area. Operate it under good visibility and daylight conditions only. Work carefully.
Warning!
If the vegetation being cut or the surrounding ground
is coated with a chemical substance (such as an active
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pesticide or herbicide), read and follow the instructions
and warnings that accompanied the substance at issue.
As soon as the engine is running, this product generates toxic exhaust fumes containing
chemicals, such as unburned hydrocarbons (including benzene) and carbon monoxide, that
are known to cause respiratory problems, cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm.
Some of the gases (e.g. carbon monoxide) may
be colourless and odourless. To reduce the risk
of serious or fatal injury/illness from inhaling
toxic fumes, never run the machine indoors or
in poorly ventilated locations. If exhaust fumes
become concentrated due to insufficient ventilation, clear obstructions from work area to
permit proper ventilation before proceeding
and/or take frequent breaks to allow fumes to
dissipate before they become concentrated.
Inhalation of certain dust, especially organic
duxts can cause susceptible persons to have an
allergic reaction. Sub-stantial or repeated inhalation of dust and other airborne contaminants,
in particular those with a smaller particle size,
may cause respiratory or other illnesses. Control
dust at the source where possible.
Use good work practices, such as operating the unit
so that the wind or operating process directs any dust
raised by the power tool away from the operator. When
the inhalation of dust cannot be substantially controlled,
i.e., kept at or near the ambient (background) level, the
operator and any bystanders should wear a respirator for
the type of dust encountered. Breathing asbestos dust is
dangerous and can cause severe or fatal injury, respiratory illness or cancer. The use and disposal of asbestoscontaining products have been strictly regulated by
OSHA and the Environmental Protection Agency. If you
have any reason to believe that you might be cutting
asbestos, immediately contact your employer or a local
OSHA representative.
Warning!
This power tool has a large range. In order to reduce the
risk of personal or even fatal injury to bystanders from
falling objects or inadvertent contact with the moving
chain of your power tool always keep bystanders at least
50 feet (15 m) away when the power tool is running.
Warning!
Even though bystanders should be kept away from the
running saw, never work alone. Keep within calling distance of others in case help is needed. Stop the engine
immediately if you are approached.
Danger!
Your power tool is not insulated against electric
shock. To reduce the risk of electrocution, never
operate this power tool in the vicinity of any
wires or cables (power, etc.) which may be carrying electric current.
Electricity can jump from one point to another by means
of arcing. Higher voltage increases the distance electricity can arc. Electricity can also move through branches,
especially if they are wet. Maintain a clearance of at least
50 feet (15 m) between the chain saw (including any
branches it is contacting) and any electrical line carrying
live current. Before working with less clearance, contact
your electric utility and make sure the current is turned
off.
Operating instructions
Warning
To reduce the risk of cut injuries, keep hands and feet
away from the saw chain. Never touch a moving chain
with your hand or any other part of your body. The saw
chain continues to move for a short period after the
throttle trigger is released (inertia effect).
Accelerating the engine while the chain is blocked increases the load and will cause the clutch to slip continuously. This may result in overheating and damage
to important components (e.g. clutch, polymer housing
components) – which can then increase the risk of injury
from the chain moving while the engine is idling.
If the chain becomes clogged, always turn off the engine
and make sure the chain has stopped before cleaning.
Make sure that the saw chain does not touch any foreign
materials such as rocks, fences, nails and the like. Such
objects may be flung off and injure the operator or bystanders, or damage the saw chain.
Prior to limbing, clear the working area from interfering
limbs and brush. Then, establish an escape area away
from where the cut limbs can fall, and remove all obstacles. Keep work area clear – move away fallen limbs.
Place all tools and equipment at a safe distance from the
branches being limbed, but not in the escape area.
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Always observe the general condition of the tree. Look
for decay and rot in the trunk and branches. If it is rotted
inside, it could snap and fall toward the operator while
being cut. Also look for broken or dead branches which
could vibrate loose and fall on the operator. If branch is
thick or heavy, make a shallow relief cut on the bottom
of the branch before cutting down from the top to help
prevent splitting of the branch.
To reduce the risk of severe or even fatal injury from falling objects do not cut vertically above your body. Hold
the chain saw at an angle of not more than 60° from the
horizontal level (see picture). Objects may fall in unexpected directions. Do not stand directly underneath the
limb being cut!
standing of the causes of these reactive forces may help
you avoid the element of surprise and loss of control. Because of the design of the chain saw, the reactive forces
experienced when working with it are generally not as
severe as those encountered with a chain saw. Nevertheless, you should always maintain a proper grip and good
footing to control the power tool when you experience
such forces.
The most common reactive forces are:
• kickback,
• pushback,
• pull-in.
Kickback
Kickback may occur when the moving saw chain near the
upper quadrant of the bar nose contacts a solid object
or is pinched.
The reaction of the cutting force of the chain causes a
rotational force on the chainsaw in the direction opposite to the chain movement. This may cause the bar to
move upward.
Watch for falling wood! As soon as the limbed branch
starts to fall, step aside and keep a sufficient distance
away from the falling wood.
Always pull the unit out of the cut with the chain running to reduce the possibility of pinching the cutting attachment. Don‘t put pressure on the pole pruner when
reaching the end of a cut. The pressure may cause the bar
and rotating chain to pop out of the cut or kerf, go out of
control and strike some other object.
If the bar becomes pinched and caught in the branch
so that the chain can no longer move, shut off the pole
chain saw and carefully move the branch to open the
pinch and release the bar.
Reactive forces
Reactive forces may occur any time the chain is rotating. The force used to cut wood can be reversed and
work against the operator. If the rotating chain is suddenly stopped by contact with any solid object such as
a branch or is pinched, the reactive forces may occur
instantly. These reactive forces may result in loss of control, which, in turn, may cause personal injury. An under-
To avoid kickback
The best protection from kickback is to avoid kickback
situations:
1. Be aware of the location of the guide bar nose at all
times.
2. Never let the nose of the guide bar contact any object.
Do not cut limbs with the nose of the guide bar. Be
especially careful near wire fences and when cutting
small, tough limbs, which may easily catch the chain.
3. Cut only one limb at a time.
A = Pull-in
Pull-in occurs when the chain on the bottom of the bar
is suddenly stopped when it is pinched, caught or encounters a foreign object in the wood. The reaction of
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the chain pulls the saw forward. Pull-in frequently occurs
when the chain is not rotating at full speed before it contacts the wood.
To avoid pull-in
1. Be alert to forces or situations that may cause material
to pinch the chain at the bottom of the bar.
2. Always start a cut with the chain rotating at full speed.
B = Pushback
Pushback occurs when the chain on the top of the bar
is suddenly stopped when it is pinched, caught or encounters a foreign object in the wood. The reaction of
the chain may drive the saw rapidly straight back toward
the operator. Pushback frequently occurs when the top
of the bar is used for cutting.
To avoid pushback
1. Be alert to forces or situations that may cause material
to pinch the chain at the top of the bar.
2. Do not cut more than one limb at a time.
3. Do not twist the bar when withdrawing it from an underbuck cut because the chain can pinch.
4 THE POLE HEDGE TRIMMER
Transporting the Pole Hedge Trimmer
Warning!
To reduce the risk of injury from blade contact, never carry or transport your tool with the cutter blades moving.
It may be carried only in a horizontal position. Grip the
shaft in a manner that the machine is balanced horizontally. Keep the hot muffler away from your body. Keep
the cutting attachment behind you.
Always switch off the engine and fit the scabbard over
the cutter blades before transporting the power tool
over long distances. When transporting it in a vehicle,
properly secure it to prevent turnover, fuel spillage and
damage to the unit.
On machines with an adjustable cutter bar: Make sure
the cutter bar is secured in position.
Before Starting
Warning!
Always check your attachment for proper condition and
operation before starting. Never attempt to modify the
controls or safety devices.
Never use a engine that is damaged or not properly
maintained. Keep the handles clean and dry at all times;
it is particularly important to keep them free of moisture, pitch, oil, grease or resin in order for you tomaintain a
firm grip and properly control your engine.
The cutting tool must be properly tightened and in safe
operating condition. Inspect for loose parts (nuts, screws,
etc.) and for cracked, bent, warped or damaged blades.
Regularly check the condition and tightness of the cutter
blades – with the engine stopped!
Replace damaged cutter blades before using the power
tool. Always keep blades sharp.
We recommend that you always spray the cutter blades
with resin solvent before starting work - with the engine
stopped!
Adjust carrying harness and hand grip to suit your size
before starting work.
Starting
On machines with an adjustable cutter bar: Secure the
cutter bar in the starting position as described in the
chapter “Starting/Stopping the Engine.” If this starting
position is not the desired cutting position, you will then
need to carefully adjust the machine to the desired position once the engine has returned to idle and the blades
are no longer moving.
On machines with a defined transport position (cutter
barfolded against the drive tube): Never start the machine in the transport position, since the blades are not engaged in that position and you therefore cannot visually
check to see that they will be stopped at idle when you
startto adjust the cutter bar to the desired cutting position (where the blades are engaged).
Start the engine at least 10 feet (3 meters) from the fueling spot, outdoors only.
For specific starting instructions, see the appropriate section of your power tool and attachment manuals. Place
the power tool on firm ground or other solid surface in
an open area. Maintain good balance and secure footing.
During Operation
Warning!
To reduce the risk of injury from blade contact, be absolutely sure that the cutting tool is clear of you and all
other obstructions and objects, including the ground.
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Once the engine has started, immediately blip the throttle trigger, which should release the starting throttle and
allow the engine to slow down to idle.
With the engine running only at idle, attach the power
tool to the spring hook of your harness (see appropriate
chapter of this manual).
See also the Safety Precautions on Starting in the instruction manual of the power tool.
Warning!
Never attempt to operate your power tool with
one hand. Loss of control of the power tool resulting in serious or fatal injury may result. To
reduce the risk of cut injuries, keep hands and
feet away from the cutting tool. Never touch
a moving cutting tool with your hand orany
other part of your body.
Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all
times. Special care must be taken in slippery conditions
(wet ground, snow) and in difficult, overgrown terrain.
Watch for hidden obstacles such as tree stumps, roots
and ditches to avoid stumbling. For better footing, clearaway fallen branches, scrub and cuttings. Be extremely
cautious when working on slopes or uneven ground.To
reduce the risk of injury from loss of control, never work
on a ladder, in a tree or any other insecure support. Never
hold the machine above shoulder height.
Working conditions
Operate and start your power tool only outdoors in a well
ventilated area. Operate it under good visibility and daylight conditions only. Work carefully.
Warning!
Familiarize yourself with the working area and pay attention to possible dangers which you might not be able to
hear due to the noise of the machine.
come concentrated. Inhalation of certain dust, especially
organic duxts can cause susceptible persons to have
an allergic reaction. Substantial or repeated inhalation
of dust and other airborne contaminants, in particular
those with a smaller particle size, may cause respiratory
or other illnesses. Control dust at the source where possible.
Use good work practices, such as operating the unit
so that the wind or operating process directs any dust
raised by the power tool away from the operator. When
the inhalation of dust cannot be substantially controlled,
i.e., kept at or near the ambient (background) level, the
operator and any bystanders should wear a respirator for
the type of dust encountered. Breathing asbestos dust is
dangerous and can cause severe or fatal injury, respiratory illness or cancer. The use and disposal of asbestoscontaining products have been strictly regulated by
OSHA and the Environmental Protection Agency. If you
have any reason to believe that you might be cutting
asbestos, immediately contact your employer or a local
OSHA representative.
Operating instructions
Warning!
The cutter blades continue to move fo ra short period after the throttle trigger is released (flywheel effect).
Accelerating the engine while the blades are blocked
increases the load and will cause the clutch to slipcontinuously. This may resultin overheating and damage
to important components (e.g. clutch, polymerhousing
components)- which can then increase the riskof injury
from the blades moving while the engine is idling.
On units with an adjustable cutter bar: Carefully adjust
the cutter bar to the desired cutting position. To reduce
the risk of injury, never touch the blades while making
adjustments.
Warning!
If the vegetation being cut or the surrounding ground
is coated with a chemical substance (such as an active
pesticide or herbicide), read and follow the instructions
and warnings that accompanied the substance at issue.
As soon as the engine is running, this product generates toxic exhaust fumes containing
chemicals, such as unburned hydrocarbons
(including benzene) and carbon monoxide,
that are known to cause respiratory problems,
cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive
harm.
Some of the gases (e.g. carbon monoxide) may be colourless and odourless. To reduce the risk of serious or
fatal injury/illness from inhaling toxic fumes, never run
the machine indoors or in poorly ventilated locations. If
exhaust fumes become concentrated due to insufficient
ventilation, clear obstructions from work area to permit
proper ventilation before proceeding and/or take frequent breaks to allow fumes to dissipate before they be-
Only adjust the cutter bar when the blade are no
longer moving and the engine is turned off.
Warning!
The powertool has a large range. In order to reduce the
risk of personal or even fata linjury to bystanders from
falling objects or inadvertent contact with the moving
cutter blades of your powertool always keep by standers at least 50 feet (15 m) away when the powertool is
running.
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Stop the engine and cutting too limmediately if you are
approached.
Before you start work, examine the work area for stones,
fence wire, metal or other solid objects which could damage the cutter blades. Take particular care when cutting
next to wire fences. Do not touch the wire with the cutting blades. When working close to the ground, make
sure that no sand, grit or stones get between the cutter
bladers.
Striking solid foreign objects such as stones, fence wire
or metal could damage the cutting attachment and may
cause blades to crack, chiporbreak. We do not recommend the use of your powertool when cutting in areas
where the blades could contact such objects. Observe
the cutting blades at all times–do not cut any areas that
you cannot see. When cutting the top of a taller hedge,
check the other side of the hedge frequently for by
standers, animals and obstructions.
with resinsolvent. Start and run the engine briefly so that
the solvent is evenly distributed.
5. BRUSHCUTTER & TRIMMER
WEAR HEAD, EYE AND EAR PROTECTORS
WARNING: Hurled-away objects may lead to
serious injuries of the eyes, excessive noise may
result in deafness. Wear eye and ear protection
devices when operating this device. Falling
objects may cause serious injuries of the head;
wear a head protection when operating this
device.
KEEP OTHER PERSONS ON A DISTANCE
Take care that no other persons are standing
within a radius of 15m around your working
area. This particularly applies to children.
WARNING SYMBOL
May be used in connection with other symbols
or pictographs. Points to danger, warnings or
reasons for particular carefulness.
Switch off the motor and pull out the spark plug connector
-- if the behaviour of the tool noticeable changes
-- to remove cut material which is jammed in the tool
-- to check the cutter, if it has come into contact with
stones, nails or other hard objects
-- to rectify malfunctions
-- when taking a break from work
-- when leaving the hedge trimmer
POSITION OF THE HANDLE
Direction of arrow shows how to install the
handle. Always keep the right position, you
must never remain under the required distance !
DANGER OF INJURY !
Beware of hurled-away objects.
Danger!
Your power tool is not insulated against electric shock. To reduce the risk of electrocution,
never operate this power tool in the vicinity of
any wires or cables (power,etc.) which may be
carrying electric current.
MAXIMUM SPEED
The maximum speed of the cutting unit. The
device must not be operated at a speed higher
than this.
MAXIMUM SPEED
The maximum speed of the cutting unit. The
device must not be operated at a speed higher
than this.
If the cutting tool becomes clogged or stuck, always turn
off the engine and make sure the cutting tool has stopped before cleaning. Grass, weeds, etc. should be cleaned off the cutting tool at regular intervals.
Check the cutting blades at regular short intervals during
operation, or immediately if there is a noticeable change
in cutting behavior:
−− Shut off the engine.
−− Wait until the cutting blades have come to a complete
standstill.
−− Check condition and tightness, look for cracks.
−− Check sharpness.
−− Replace damaged or dull cutting tools immediately,
even if they have only superficial cracks.
Warning!
The gearbox become shot during operation. To reduce
the risk of burn injury, do not touch the gear housing
when it is hot.
After Finishing Work
Always clean dust and dirt off the machine – do not use
any grease solvents for this puepose. Spray the blades
Warning!
When using metal cutting tools (thicket blade)
there is the danger of kickbacks if the tool gets
in touch with some solid object
DANGER OF INJURY !
Warning! Do not put hands under the
cover of the machine when it is running.
Caution! Rotating electrical too!
OPERATING ADVICE
If you are not familiar with the trimmer train the handling
of the device with the engine not running (AUS / STOP).
Always check the territory; soild objects as metal parts,
bottles, stones etc. may be hurled away and cause serious injuries or permanently damage the device. Should
you touch a soild object with the trimmer shut the engine off immeditately and examine the trimmer for possibly existing damages. Do not use the device when it is
damaged or shows sign of defects .
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Always trim and cut with engine running in the higher
speed range. Do not let the engine running in the higher
speed range. Do not let the engine run at low speed at
the begining of or during the trimming.
Use the device for its provided purpose only i.e., trimming and cutting grass and weeds.
Never hold the cutting head higher than your knees during operation.
If working on a slope always stand with the cutting unit
above you. Only work on sloping sites if you stand on
firm ground.
USE OF TRIMMING
The trimmer - properly equipped with protection cover
and cutting head - trims high grass, brushwood and
weeds at places that are difficult to access along fences,
walls, foundations and around three trunks. The trimmer
may also be used for cutting down to the ground (e.g.,
clean-out works in the garden and in broken, thickly covered areas).
Swing the trimmer in sickle-like movements from side to
side. Always hold the cutting head parallel to the ground.
Examine the territory and determine the desired cutting
height. Lead and hold the cutting head in the desired
height to achieve an even cutting result.
TRIMMER AT FENCES AND FOUNDATIONS
To trim at fences, posts, stone walls and foundations
lead the device slowly and carefully without letting the
cutting cord touch any obstacles. If the cutting tool encounters any soild obstacle (stone, wall, log etc. ) there
is the danger of a kickback and higher wear and tear of
the cutting cord.
TRIMMING AROUND TREE TRUNKS
Lead the trimmer carefully and slowly around tree trunks.
so that the cutting cord does not touch the bark. Cut
around trees from left to right. Capture grass and weeds
with tip of the cord and slightly tilt the cutting head in
forward direction.
THE USE OF BRUSHCUTTER
When mowing away, you capture the whole vegetation
down to the ground. To do so tilt the cutting head to the
left with an angle of 30 degrees. Adjust the handle to the
desired position. Be aware of the higher danger of injuries for the operator, surrounding persons and animals,
and the danger of damages to property through hurledaway objects.
CUTTING WITH THE CUTTING BLADE
When cutting with the cutting blade, always wear protection goggles, face protection, protection cloths, and
use the shoulder strap.
SCYTHING
Guide the device with the thicket blade like a scythe to
cut rank growth, felted grass and brushwood. Do not use
the thicket blade for stronger woods.
TIGHT TRIMMING
Lead the trimmer straight with a slight angle in forward
direction so that it moves just over the ground. Always
trim away from your body, never lead it towards the operator.
IF THE CUTTING DEVICE GOT STUCK
Shurbs and trees may jam the cutting blade and cause
the blade to stop. Avoid the blade from getting stuck by
cutting through appropriate undergrowth and brushwood from changing sides. If the cutting blade should,
however, got stuck stop the engine immediately. Hold
the device up an avoid that the cutting blade deformed
by dending or even breaks when you push the brushwood to be cut away from the cutting blade.
AVOIDING KICKBACKS
When using metal cutting tools (thicket blade) there is
the danger of kickbacks if the tool gets in touch with
some solid object (tree trunks, branches, stones etc.) If
this should happen, the device is “kicked” or thrown back
against the turning direction of the tool. This may lead
to the loss of control over the tool and to the danger of
injury for the operator and people nearby!
To extend the cutting cord let the engine run at full throttle and bump the cutting head on the ground. The cord is
automatically extend. The cutter at the protection cover
cuts the cord to the required length!
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2 ENGINE
Main Parts and Controls
Regularly remove any remainders of grass and weed to
avoid an overheating of the shaft tube. Remainders of
grass and weeds get caught under the protection cover
avoiding a sufficient cooling of the shaft tube. Remove
the remainders carefully with a screwdriver or a similiar
tool.
SHARPENING THE CORD CUTTER
Remove the cutter (E) from the the protection cover (F).
Put the cutter into a vice and fix it firmly. Sharpen the cutter using a flat file. File with care and keep the sharpening
angle. Always file in a one direction only.
1 = Fuel Pump
2 = Carburetor Adjusting Screw
3 = Spark Plug Boot
4 = Starter Grip
5 = Muffler
6 = Throttle Trigger
7 = Throttle Trigger
8 = Choke Lever
9 = Air Filter Cover
10 = Fuel Filler Cap
11 = Fuel Tank
12 = Machine Support
13 = Loop Handle
14 = Drive Tube
15 = Stop Switch
16 = Coupling Sleeve
17 = Wing Screw
Definitions
1. Fuel Pump
Provides additional fuel feed for a cold start.
2. Carburetor Adjusting Screw
For tuning the adling speed.
3. Spark Plug Boot
Connects the spark plug to the ignition lead.
4. Starter Grip
The grip of the pull starter, which is the device to start
the engine.
5. Muffler
(with spark arrestor) Reduces exhaust noises and diverts exhaust gases away from operator.
6. Throttle Trigger
Controls the speed of the engine.
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7. Throttle Trigger
Interlock Must be depressed before the throttle trigger can be activated.
8. Choke Lever
Eases engine starting by enriching mixture.
9. Air Filter Cover
Encloses and protects the air filter.
10. Fuel Filler Cap
For closing the fuel tank.
11. Fuel Tank
For fuel mixture consisting of gasoline and oil.
12. Machine Support
For resting machine on the ground.
13. Loop Handle
For easy control of the machine.
14. Drive Tube
Encloses and protects the drive shaft between the
engine and gearhead.
15. Stop Switch
Switches the engine ignition system off and stops the
running of the engine.
16. Coupling Sleeve
Connects the drive tube to the lower part of the drive
tube (stub shaft).
17. Wing Screw
Secures the lower part of the drive tube (stub shaft).
Mounting the Loop Handle
Loop handle with barrier bar
• Insert square nuts (1) in the barrier bar (2).
1
2
Position the screw (1) into the hole of the driver tube (2).
Note there have three holes follow your request.
• Place the barrier bar (2) and loop handle (3) and position them against the drive tube (4)
• Inset screws (5) in holes and screw them into the barrier as far as stop.
• Tighten down the screws firmly
Fuel
This engine is certified to operate on unleaded gasoline
and the two-stroke engine oil at a mix ratio of 40:1. Your
engine requires a mixture of high-quality gasoline and
quality two-stroke air cooled engine oil.
Fuel with a lower octane rating may increase engine temperatures. This, in turn, increases the risk of piston seizure
and damage to the engine. The chemical composition of
the fuel is also important. Some fuel additives not only
detrimentally affect elastomers (carburetor diaphragms,
oil seals, fuel lines, etc.), but magnesium castings and
catalytic converters as well. This could cause running
problems or even damage the engine. For this reason
we recommends that you use only nationally recognized
high-quality unleaded gasoline!
Do not use BIA or TCW rated (two-stroke water cooled)
mix oils or other mix oils that state they are for use in
both water cooled and air cooled engines (e.g., outboard
motors, snowmobiles, chainsaws, mopeds, etc.).
Take care when handling gasoline. Avoid direct contact
with the skin and avoid inhaling fuel vapor. When filling
at the pump, first remove the canister from your vehicle
and place the canister on the ground before filling. Do
not fill fuel canisters that are sitting in or on a vehicle. The
canister should be kept tightly closed in order to avoid
any moisture getting into the mixture. The machine‘s
fuel tank and the canister in which fuel mix is stored
should be cleaned as necessary.
Fuel mix ages
Only mix sufficient fuel for a few days work, not to exceed
3 months of storage. Store in approved fuel-canisters
only. When mixing, pour oil into the canister first, and
then add gasoline. Close the canister and shake it vigorously by hand to ensure proper mixing of the oil with the
fuel.
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Gasoline
1L
Oil
25ml
5L
125ml
3 Push the fuel pump 6 times.
Dispose of empty mixing-oil canisters only at authorized
disposal locations.
Fueling
4 Push the starter rope 2-3 times, to start the motorit is
required to evenly, quickly pull the rope.
Before fueling, clean the filler cap and the area around it
to ensure that no dirt falls into the tank.
Always thoroughly shake the mixture in the canister before fueling your machine.
In order to reduce the risk of burns or other personal injury from escaping gas vapor and fumes,
remove the fuel filler cap carefully so as to allow
any pressure build-up in the tank to release slowly.
5 Slide the chock to RUN positon, slightly push the
throttle trigger and pull the starter rope again until
the motor starts running. To push the throttle trigger(1) it is necessary to first push the locking lever(2).
After fueling, tighten fuel cap as securely as possible by hand.
Starting / Stopping the Engine
Starting
1 Put the stop switch in the position ‘1’‘1’
2
2 Slide the choke to position ‘start’. This is not required in
case of a warm start.
1
6 Let the motor idle for about 10 seconds to warm up.
7 If the motor does not start please repeat the upwardsteps.
Stopping
1 Release the throttle trigger. Let the engine idle. pushthe ignition switch to position “stop”. The engine will
now stop.
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4 Now put the filter in again proceeding the otherway
round.
Checking the Spark Plug
Operating Instructions
During break-in period
A factory new machine should not be run at high revs
(full throttle off load) for the first three tank fillings. This
avoids unnecessary high loads during the break-in period. As all moving parts have to bed in during the break-in
period, the frictional resistances in the engine are greater
during this period. power after about 5 to 15 tank fillings.
During operation
After a long period of full-throttle operation, allow engine to run for a while at idle speed so that the heat in
the engine can be dissipated by flow of cooling air. This
protects engine-mounted components (ignition, carburetor) from thermal overload.
After finishing work
Wait for engine to cool down. Drain the fuel tank. Store
themachine in a dry place. Check tightness of nuts and
screws (not adjusting screws) at regular intervals and
retighten as necessary.
Cleaning the Air Filter
Dirty air filters reduce engine power increase fuel consumption and make starting more difficult.
If there is a noticeable loss of engine power
1 Remove the fixing screw of the air filter cover
Wrong fuel mix (too much engine oil in the gasoline), a
dirty air filter and unfavorable running conditions (mostly at part throttle etc.) affect the condition of the spark
plug. These factors cause deposits to form on the insulator nose which may result in trouble in operation.
If engine is down on power, difficult to start or runs poorly at idling speed, first check the spark plug.
• Remove spark plug.
• Clean dirty spark plug.
• Check electrode gap (A) and readjust .
• Use only resistor type spark plugs of the approved
range.
Rectify problems which have caused fouling of spark
plug:
• Too much oil in fuel mix.
• Dirty air filter
• Unfavorable running conditions, e.g. operating at part
load.
Fit a new spark plug after approx. 100 operating
hours or earlier if the electrodes are badly eroded.
To reduce the risk of fire and burn injury, use only
spark plugs authorized by Sunray. Always press
spark plug boot (1) of the proper size. (Note: If
terminal has de-tachable SAE adapter nut, it must
be attached. (2) snugly onto spark plug terminalA
loose connection between spark plug boot and
ignition wire connector in the boot may create
arcing that could ignite combustible fumes and
cause a fire.
2 Clean the filter using soap and water
Never use petrol or benzene !
3 Let the Filter dry in the air.
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Rewind Starter
To help prolong the wear life of the starter rope, observe the following points:
• Pull the starter rope only in the direction specified.
• Do not pull the rope over the edge of the guide bushing.
• Do not pull out the rope more than specified since it
might break.
• Do not let the starter grip snap back, guide it slowly
into the housing. See also chapter “Starting / Stopping
the Engine”!
Replace a damaged starter rope in good time or have
it replaced by your Sunray dealer!
8. Chain Guard (Scabbard)
Covers chain for transportation and during out-ofservice periods.
9. Chain Sprocket
The toothed wheel that drives the saw chain.
10.Chain Tensioner
Permits precise adjustment of chain tension.
Using the Pole Pruner
Preparations:
• Wear suitable protective clothing and equipment –
see „Safety Precautions“.
• Start the engine.
• Put on the shoulder strap.
3 POLE CHAIN SAW
Never throw cuttings into the household garbage
can – they can be composted!
Parts and Controls
Never stand directly under the branch you are
cutting – be wary of falling branches. Note that
a branch may spring back at you after it hits the
ground!
Cutting sequence
To allow branches a free fall, always cut the lower branches first. Prune heavy branches (large diameter) in several
controllable pieces.
10
Working position
Hold the control handle with your right hand, and the
drive tube with your left hand. Your left arm should be
extended to the most comfortable position.
1 = Saw Chain
2 = Guide Bar
3 = Oil Tank
4 = Oil Filler Cap
5 = Drive tube
6 = Chain Sprocket Cover
7 = Hook
8 = Chain Guard (Scabbard)
9 = Chain Sprocket
10 = Chain Tensioner
Definitions
1. Saw Chain
A loop consisting of cutters,tie straps and drive links.
2. Guide Bar
Supports and guides the saw chain.
3. Oil Tank
Tank for chain lubricating oil.
4. Oil Filler Cap
For closing the oil tank.
5. Drive tube
Device to connect the engine with the gearbox.
6. Chain Sprocket Cover
Covers the sprocket.
7. Hook
For hooking machine to branch and pulling branches
away.
The shaft should always be held at an angle of 60° or less!
The most convenient working position is a tool angle of
60°, but any lesser angle may be used to suit the situation
concerned.
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Cross-cutting
To avoid pinching the bar in the cut, position the cutting
attachment with the hook against the branch and then
perform the cross-cut from the top downwards.
Relieving cut
Cutting above obstacles
The unit‘s long reach makes it possible to prune branches
that are overhanging obstacles, such as rivers or lakes.
The tool angle in this case depends on the position of
the branch.
Mounting the Tool
Loosen wing screw (1) on the coulping sleeve (2), and
pull the knob (3) and Insert the driver tube (4) until
the lock button secured in place.Screw down the wing
screw(1).
3
• To avoid tearing the bark on thick branches, always
start by performing a relieving cut (1) on the underside of the branch.
• To do this, apply the cutting attachment and pull it in
an arc across the bottom of the branch (see illustration).
• Locate the hook against the branch and then perform
the cross-cut ( 2).
2
4
1
Operating the Tool (rotation model)
Only adjust the cutter bar when the chain are no
longer moving and the engine is turned off.
Flush-cutting thick branches
• If branch diameter is more than 4“ (10 cm), first perform undercut ( 3) and then cross-cut at a distance (A)
of about 8“ (20cm) from the final cut.
Then carry out the flush-cut (4), starting with a relieving cut and finishing with a cross-cut.
1
When you need adjust the angle factiliating the operation, you can lever the position plate with closewise.
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2 Turn tensioning screw (1) anticlockwise until the tensioning nut (2) butts against the left.
2
3
Push force on the lever plate (1) until out off the teeth (3),
you can rotate the tools.
The chain is very sharp – wear work gloves to protect hands from cuts.
3 Fit the chain – start at the bar nose.
1
After fix the position, you can use it follow your requestion (for example, the thin trees, branchs, lower brushwoods ...).
Attention: The lever (2) must engage certainly in the interlock (3)
Mounting the Bar and Chain:
4 Fit guide bar over the stud (3). Engage peg of tensioner slide in locating hole (4) – place the chain over
sprocket (5) at the same time.
5 Now turn tensioning screw (1) clockwise until there is
very little chain sag on the underside of the bar – and
the drive link tangs are located in the bar groove.
6 Refit the sprocket cover and screw on the nut only fingertight.
Tensioning the Saw Chain
1 Unscrew nut and take off the sporcket cover.
Retensioning during cutting work:
• Shut off the engine and then slacken the nut.
• Hold the bar nose up.
• Use screwdriver to turn the tensioning screw (1) clockwise until chain fits snugly against the underside of
the bar.
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Tighten down the nut firmly.
A new chain has to be retensioned more often than
one that has been in use for some time – check chain
tension frequently – see chapter „Operating Instructions / During Operation“.
• Check chain tension.
• A full chain oil tank is sufficient for only half a tankful of fuel. Check the oil level regularly during cutting
work. Never allow the oil tank to run dry!
• Thoroughly clean the filler cap and area around it so
that no dirt can fall into the tank.
• Position the unit so that the filler cap faces up.
If the oil level in the tank does not go down, the reason
may be a problem in the oil supply system: Check chain
lubrication, clean the oilways, contact your servicing
dealer for assistance if necessary.
Checking Chain Tension
Checking Chain Lubrication
• Shut down the engine.
• Wear work gloves to protect hands.
• Chain must fit snugly against the underside of the bar
and it must still be possible to pull the chain along the
bar by hand.
• If necessary, retension the chain.
Chain Lubricant
For automatic and reliable lubrication of the chain
and guide bar – use only an environmentally
compatible quality chain and bar lubricant with
non-fling additive is recommended.
The service life of the chain and guide bar depends on
the quality of the lubricant. It is therefore essential to
use only a specially formulated chain lubricant. If special
chain lubricant is not available, you may – in an emergency – use an HD single grade or multigrade engine oil with
a viscosity that suits the prevailing outside temperature.
The saw chain must always throw off a small amount of
oil.
• Always check chain lubrication and the oil level in the
tank before starting work.
Never operate your pruner without chain lubrication. If the chain is run dry, the whole cutting attachment will be irretrievably damaged within a
very short time.
Every new chain has to be broken in for about 2
to 3 minutes. After breaking in the chain, check
chain tension and adjust if necessary – see chapter
„Checking Chain Tension“.
Fitting the Harness
Do not use waste oil!
Medical studies have shown that renewed contact
with waste oil can cause skin cancer. Moreover,
waste is environmentally harmful!
Waste oil does not have the necessary lubricating
properties and is unsuitable for chain lubrication.
Filling Chain Oil Tank
The type and style of harness depend on the market.
• Put on the shoulder strap (1).
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• Adjust the length of the strap so that the spring hook
(2) is about a hand’s width below your right hip.
• Never carry the belt diagonally across your shoulders
and chest, but rather only on one shoulder, so that you
can rapidly move away from the tool in case of danger.
Starting / Stopping the Engine
Cold chain:
Tension is correct when the chain fits snugly against the
underside of the bar and can still be pulled along the
bar by hand. Retension if necessary – see chapter “Tensioning the Saw Chain”. Chain at operating temperature:
The chain stretches and begins to sag. The drive links on
the underside of the bar must not come out of the bar
groove – the chain may otherwise jump off the bar.
Retension the chain – see chapter “Tensioning the Saw
Chain”.
Always slacken off the chain again after finishing
work. The chain contracts as it cools down. If it is
not slackened off, it may damage the gear shaft and
bearings.
After finishing work
• Slacken off the chain if you have retensioned it at operating temperature during cutting work.
• Remove the chain guard (scabbard). Check that chain
is not touching the ground or any other obstacles.
The chain contracts as it cools down. If it is not
slackened off, it may damage the gear shaft and
bearings.
• Position the unit securely for starting: The powerhead
must rest on the engine support. Place the hook on
the cutting attachment on a raised support, e.g. a
mound or branch (see illustration).
Storing for longer period:
See chapter „Storing the Machine“.
• Make sure you have a firm footing:
Taking Care of Guide Bar
Press the unit firmly against the ground with your left
hand on the fan housing. Your thumb should be under the fan housing.
Do not stand or kneel on the drive tube.
Alternative method:
• Remove the chain guard. Hang the cutting attachment on a branch so that it is held by the hook.
• Hold the unit firmly with your left hand around the fan
housing – your thumb under the fan housing.
The starting procedure is now as described in the Engine
instruction manual.
Turn the bar over –
every time you sharpen the chain – and every time you
replace the chain – this avoids one-sided wear, especiallly at nose and underside of the bar.
Regularly clean
1 = oil inlet hole
Operating Instructions
2 = oil passage
During operation
3 = bar groove
Check chain tension frequently!
A new chain has to be tensioned more often than one
that has been in use for some time.
Checking and Replacing the Chain Sprocket
• Remove the chain sprocket cover, chain and guide bar.
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Replace the chain sprocket:
− after using two chains or sooner
− if the wear marks (dimension deeper than 0.02in
(0.5mm) – the life of the a) on the sprocket are chain
would otherwise be reduced.
The service life of the chain sprocket is prolonged if
it is used with two chains in rotation.
The chain pitch (e.g. 3/8“) is marked on the depth gauge
of each cutter.
Use only special saw chain files!
Other files have the wrong shape and cut.
Select the file diameter according to the chain pitch.
You must also observe the following angles when resharpening the chain cutters.
Maintaining and Sharpenung Saw Chain
A = Filing angle
Correctly sharpened chain
A properly sharpened chain slices through wood effortlessly and requires very little feed pressure.
Do not work with a dull or damaged saw chain as it will
increase the physical effort required, cause higher vibrations, produce unsatisfactory results anda higher rate of
wear.
• Clean the chain.
• Check the chain for cracks in the links and damaged
rivets.
• Replace any damaged or worn parts of the chain and
match the new parts to the shape and size of the original parts by filing back as necessary.
It is necessary to comply with the angles and dimensions specified below. If the sawchain is incorrectly sharpened if the depth gauges are too
low – there is an increased risk of kickback and
resulting injury!
The pruner’s saw chain cannot be locked in place
on the guide bar. Therefore, it is best to remove the
chain from the bar and resharpen it on a workshop
sharpening tool.
• Select the appropriate sharpening tools for the chain
pitch. See „Specifications“ for the permitted chain
pitches.
B = Side plate angle
Furthermore, the angles must be the same on all cutters.
If angles are uneven the chain will run roughly, not in a
straight line, wear quickly and break prematurely.
As these requirements can be met only after sufficient
and constant practice:
• Use a file holder
A file holder must be used for manual resharpening of
saw chain. The correct filing angles are marked on the file
holder.
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Cutting blades
Blade scabbard
Blade drive gear
Adjusting lever
Safety handle
Adjusting handle
Drive tube
Definitions
• Hold the file guide bar) and file according to the angles marked on horizontally (at right angle to side
of the file holder. Rest the file holder on the top plate
and depth gauge.
• Always file from the inside to the outside of the cutter.
• The file only sharpens on the forward stroke – lift the
file off the cutter on the backstroke.
• Avoid touching the tie straps and drive links with the
file.
• Rotate the file at regular intervals while filing to avoid
one-sided wear.
• Use a piece of hardwood to remove burrs from cutting edge.
All cutters must be the same length. If the cutters are not
the same length, they will have different heights. This
makes the chain run roughly and increases the risk of
breakage of the chain.
1 Cutting Blades
Steel blades for cutting hedges and shrubs.
2 Blade Scabbard
Covers and protects cutting blades when hedge cutter is not in use.
3 Blade Drive Gear
Converts rotary movement of angle drive into reciprocating movement.
4 Adjusting Lever
Used to set cutter bar to the required angle.
5 Safety handle
Device use to protect adjusting blade angle.
6 Adjusting handle
Device use to adjusting the blade angle.
7 Drive Tube (Boom)
Encloses and protects the drive shaft between the
coupling sleeve and gearbox.
Store the Tools
Mounting and adjusting
• For periods of about 3 months or longer:
• Remove and clean the saw chain and guide bar and
hedge trimmer, spray with corrosion inhibiting oil.
• If you use biological chain and bar lubricant completely fill the chain oil tank.
• If the Tool is stored separately, fit the protective cap on
the drive tube to avoid dirt getting into the coupling.
• Store the machine in a dry, high or locked location –
out of the reach of children and other unauthorized
persons.
Mounting
The hedge trimmer head (1) and shaft part (2) are separate in the carrton, you must mount them together before use.
4 Description of Pole Hedge Trimmer
Step 1
Unscrew the bolt (1) from the hedge trimmer head.
Main Parts
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Step 2
Insert the shaft to the hole (1) of the hedge trimmer
head. You can runing the shaft until the hole (2) of the
shaft is show from the hole (3).
Step 1
Push down the two adjusting lever, then pull out the safety handle along the arrow (show in the picture).
4
Step 3
Screw down bolt 1 and 2.
Step 4
Loosen wing screw (1) on the coulping sleeve (2), and
pull the knob (3) and insert the driver tube (4) until the
lock button secured in place. Screw down the wing screw
(1).
5
3
Step 2
You can run the adjusting handle you need. The safety
handle will lock up automatic.
2
1
4
Adjusting angle
Only adjust the cutter bar when the blades are no
longer moving and the engine is turned off.
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Fitting the Harness
• Vertical cut (with angled cutter bar)
Cutting without standing directly next to hedge
The type and style of harness depend on the market.
• Put on the shoulder strap (1).
• Adjust the length of the strap so that the spring hook
(2) is about a hand’s width below your right hip.
• Never carry the belt diagonally across your shoulders
and chest, but rather only on one shoulder, so that you
can rapidly move away from the tool in case of danger.
Using the Machine
Do not use your power scythe attachment during other
people’s rest periods.
• Horizontal cut (with straight cutter bar)
Cutting without standing directly in front of the hedge - large working radius
Preparations
Always wear a harness.
• Vertical cut (with straight cutter bar)
Large working radius even without additional aids
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• Overhead cut (with angled cutter bar)
Hold the hedge cutter above your head and swing it
in an arc to make maximum use of its reach.
Do not throw cuttings in the rubbish bin (garbage can) -they can be composted
Store the Tools
Any working position above head height is tiring. To
minimize the risk of accidents, work in such positions
for short periods only. Set angle of adjustable cutter bar
to maximum so that the unit can be held in a lower, less
tiring position (with harness) while still providing adequate vertical reach.
• Horizontal cut (with angled cutter bar)
Cutting close to the ground from a standing position,
e.g. low shrubs
• Remove the tool – clean and inspect it.
• Always clean and oil the blades after prolonged use
of the hedge trimmer. This will greatly affect the life of
the equipment. Damaged cutting units must be properly repaired immediately.Clean the shearing blades
with a dry cloth or – in case of heavier dirt – with a
brush. Attention: Danger of injury! Oiling of the
blades should ideally be carried out using an environmentally friendly lubricant. Then put the shears in
their case with the cutting blades first.
• If the Tool is stored separately, fit the protective cap on
the drive tube to avoid dirt getting into the coupling.
• Store the machine in a dry, high or locked location –
out of the reach of children and other unauthorized
persons.
• During transport and storage of the tool, the blade
guard must be attached.
• Do not store the tool and fuel can where petrol vapours could come into contact with a naked flame
or sparks (e.g. not next to a cooker, oven or hot water
boiler with a pilot light). Always allow the tool to cool
down before putting into storage.
CAUTION: All maintenance work which is not detailed in
these instructions must be performed by an authorised
repair shop. In order to guarantee consistent and proper
operation, only ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS may be used.
5 BRUSH CUTTER AND TRIMMER
Main parts and Control
6
2
8
1
7
3
1 = Cord cutting head
2 = Cutting cord
3 = Cutting blade
4 = Protective shield for metal blade
5 = Protective shield for cutting cord
6 = Shaft
7 = Gear housing
8 = Cut off blade
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4
5
Definition
1. cord cutting head
use to cut grass
Step 2:
Remove the spilt pin from the end of the drive shaft
2. cutting cord
use to cut grass
3. cutting blade
use to cut frutex
4. protective shied for metal blade
protect the user away from danger
5. protective shied for cutting cord
protect the user away from danger
Step 3:
Insert an Allen Key into the hole on the side of the lower
retaining flange to prevent the gear from turning. Use
the included wrench to unscrew the nut turning it clockwise.
6. shaft
connect the gear housing and the coupling sleeve
7. gear housing
transfer the power to cuting unit
8. cut off blade
cut off the cord
Mounting the brush cutter
Step 4:
Remove the upper retaining flange.
Mount the blade as shown. Put the flange with its flat
surface onto the cutting blade.
Step 1:
put the metal protection cover on the gear box and align
it according to the mounting bores. inset the screws as
shown and tighten them firmly.
Step 5:
Use the included wrench to tighten the nut turning it
anticlockwise.
Secure the screw with the spilt pin again.
Warning!
Make sure that all components are mounted and assembled correctly anf all screws are properly tighten.
Make sure to unblock the gear again by removingthe Allen Key from the bore on the side of retaining flange.
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Mounting the trimmer
Step:
Mount the protection shield extension as shown in figure
using the 3 included screws nuts and washers.
When operating the device in connection with the nylon
line cutting head, the plastic protection cover must
always be installed to cut the nylon cutting line to the
correct length and to protect the operator.
Please make sure that the line spool is properly seated
in the spool housing, the spring is located under the line
spool, and the line ends are led to the outside throughboth eyelets.
Remove the split pin from the end of the drive shaft
Replacing the cutting cord
Remove the screw by turning it clockwise.
Insert an Allen Key into the hole on the side of the lower
retaining flange to prevent the gear from turning. Use
the included wrench to unscrew the nut turning it clockwise.
Remove the coil and spring from the spindle.
Remove the remaining cutting cord.
Fold a 5 m x 2,2 mm cord in half. Put the loop end into the
slot of the spool. The slot is located in the centre wall that
divides the two cord chambers from each other.
Remove the upper retaining flange.
Make sure to keep the nut, split pin and upper retaining
flange. These parts will be required to mount the metal
blade!
Screw the cutting head onto the thread by turning it anticlockwise and fasten it hand-tight.
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Roll both halves of the cord concurrently around the
spool. The wrapping direction is engraved in the spool:
“Wind Cord”. Make sure that the cord is always tensioned
and that each half of the cord stays in the proper separate
spool housing. Roll up the cord until 15 cm of cord remain
at each end.
Cut the cord to about 17 cm to avoid excessive load to
the engine during the starting and warm-up phase .
17 cm
Store the Brushcutter
Lead each cord end through the openings at the respectively opposite side of the coil.
Lead the spring over the spindle and thread the cord ends
through the eyelets in the housing.
• Follow all aforementioned maintainance instructions.
• Thoroughly clean the trimmer and grease the mentalparts.
• Run the engine until the carburetor is dry - this helps
prevent the carburetor diaphragms stickingtogethe.
• Store the devices in a cool, dry place where it is protected from open flames and sources of heat as flow
heaters, oil-fired boilers etc.
• During transport and storage of the tool, the blade
guard must be attached.
• Do not store the tool and fuel can where petrol vapours could come into contact with a naked flame
or sparks (e.g. not next to a cooker, oven or hot water
boiler with a pilot light). Always allow the tool to cool
down before putting into storage.
CAUTION: All maintenance work which is not detailed in
these instructions must be performed by an authorised
repair shop. In order to guarantee consistent and proper
operation, only ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS may be used.
6 706 MM EXTENSION SHAFT
706 MM EXTENSION SHAFT
Lead the coil into the housing while pulling the cord
ends through the eyelets. Make sure that the spring is
positioned correctly in relation to the coil and housing.
When the coil sits in its correct position in the housing, push
it firmly into the housing so that the spring is tensioned.
Firmly pull at both ends of the cord so that the cord cannot
be pinched between the coil and housing. Maintain the
spring tension through continuous pressure on the coil in
the housing and fix the screw by turning it anticlockwise.
Fasten the screw fingertight only.
To reach a high position, you can add an extension shaft
between the main body and add-on attachment.
Note: The Brushcutter can’t use the extension shaft.
When use chain saw to cut high branches,the falling
twigs and saw dust may hurt youe face and hands.Always
wear helmets with visor and protective gloves to prevent
damage to your view and skin. Tight fitting clothingand
safety boots should also be worn to prevent injury.
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7 MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Chart
ENGINE
Please note that the following maintenance intervals apply for normal operating
conditions. If your daily working time is longer than normal or working conditions
are difficult (very dusty work area, etc.), shorten the specified intervals accordingly.
Complete machine
Visual inspection (condition, fuel
and other leaks)
before after fiafter
starting nishing eachrework work or fueling
daily
stop
x
Clean
when
required
x
x
Control handle
Check operation
Air filterClean
Clean
x
Replace by a servicing dealer
x
Fuel tank
Clean
Carburetor
Check idle adjustment – working
tool must not move
Spark plug
Cooling inlets
x
x
x
x
x
Readjust idle
x
Readjust electrode gap
x
Replace after about 100 operating
hours
x
Inspect
x
Clean
Spark arrestor* in mufflerr
x
Check
x
Have cleaned or replaced 1)
x
Accessible screws and nuts (not adjusting
screws)
Retighten
x
Safety labels
Replace
x
POLE CHAIN SAW
Please note that the following maintenance intervals apply for normal operating
before after fiafter
conditions only. If your daily working time is longer than normal or cutting condistarting nishing eachrework work or fueling
tions are difficult (very dusty work area, resin-rich wood,tropical wood etc.), shorten
the specified intervals accordingly.
daily
stop
Chain lubrication
Check
x
Saw chain
Check, also check sharpness
x
x
Check chain tension
x
x
Sharpen
Guide bar
when
required
x
Check (wear, damage)
x
Clean and turn over
x
Deburr
x
Replace
x
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Complete machine
Visual inspection (condition,
fuel and other leaks)
Control handle
Check operation
Cutting blades
visual inspection
x
Clean
as required
if damaged
if problem
yearly
x
x
x
x
x
Sharpen
Gearbox lubrication
after eachrefueling stop
after finishing work or daily
Please note that the following maintenance intervals apply for normal
operating conditions. If your daily working time is longer than normal or
working conditions are difficult (very dusty work area, etc.), shorten the
specified intervals accordingly.
before starting work
Pole Hedge Trimmer
x
x
Check
x
Top up
x
Never attempt to use an incomplete machine or one which an unauthorised alteration has been implemented.
CAUTION: All maintenance work which is not detailed in these instructions must be performed by an authorised
repair shop. In order to guarantee consistent and proper operation, only ORIGINAL SPARE PARTS may be used.
Store the Engine
For periods of about 3 months or longer:
• Drain and clean the fuel tank in a well ventilated area.
• Dispose fuel properly in accordance with local environmental requirements.
• Empty the fuel tank and screw the tank cap back on.
• Let the engine idle until it stops to free the carburettor
from fuel.
• Let the engine cool down (about 5 minutes)
• Remove the spark plug using a spark plug wrench.
• Fill a tea spoon of pure 2-stroke oil into the combustion chamber. Pull the starter rope several times slowly
to distribute the oil inside the engine. Put the spark
plugback in.
• Thoroughly clean the machine - pay special attentionto
the sylinder fins and the air filiter.
• Remove the tool – clean and inspect it.
• Store the machine in a dry, high or locked location- out
of the reach of children and other unauthorized persons.
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8. REFERENCE
Specifications: Pole Chain Saw, Pole hedge trimmer, Brush Cutter / Grass Trimmer GTP6
Motor Engine output kW
Engine type Cubic capacity cm3 Fuel lubricated petrol Tank volume ml Maximum engine speed
min-1
Idling speed min-1 Max. speed of the cutting tool min-1 Fuel consumption kg/h Weight kg 1,0
2-stroke
30
40:1
600
10.500
3.000
8.500 0.38
4,9
Pole chain saw
Chain speed
Cutting length
Chain type
Toothing
Oil tank volume
Noise level Vibration - full throttle Vibration - idling speed
Pole hedge trimmer
Blade length
Cutting length
Cutting blade diameter
Idling speed Work angle
m/sec
” / mm
21
8 / 203
Oregon 91PJ033X
7T - 3/8”P
150
102 [K=3,0 dB(A)]
13,254 [K=1,5 m/s²]
6,954 [K=1,5m/s2]
ml
dB (A) m/s2
m/s2
mm
mm
mm
min-1 430
400
20
2.500
-90° bis +60°
Noise level dB (A)
102 [K=3,0 dB(A)]
Vibration - full throttle Vibration - idling speed
m/s2 m/s2
17,4 [K=1,5 m/s²]
6,954 [K=1,5m/s2]
cm cm mm m
dB (A) m/s2 m/s2
23
43
2,2
2 x 2,5
Tap’n go
94,5 [K=3,0 dB(A)]
9,9 [K=1,5 m/s²]
3,2 [K 1,5 m/s2]
dB (A)
dB (A)
109,7 [K 3,0 dB(A)]
112
Brush Cutter / Grass Trimmer
Cutting diameter (blade)
Cutting diameter (nylon line)
Cord diameter Overall cord length Cord extension Noise level Vibration - full throttle Vibration - idling speed
measured acoustic capacity level
guaranteed acoustic capacity level
Technical changes reserved.
The Pole chain saw are manufactured in accordance with the provisions of EN ISO 11680-1 and fully comply with the
provisions of the German Equipment and Product Safety Act.
The brush cutter are manufactured in accordance with the provisions of EN ISO 11806-1:2011 and fully comply with
the provisions of the German Equipment and Product Safety Act.
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Notice: The vibration value indicated was determined with a standardized tool and can be used to make comparisons
with other petrol equipment as well as temporary estimates of the load through the vibrations.
WARNING! The vibration value may vary according to the usage of the machine and its fitted equipment, and be
higher than the one indicated. Safety measures must be established to protect the user and must be based on the load
estimate generated by the vibrations in real usage conditions. In this regard, all the operational cycle phases must be
taken into consideration, such as switching off or idle running.
Warning: Prolonged exposure to vibrations can cause injuries and neurovascular disorders (also called “Renaud’s
syndrome”or “white hand”), especially to people suffering from circulation disorders. The symptoms can regard the
hands, wrists and fingers and are shown through loss of sensitivity, torpor, itching, pain and discolouring of or structural
changes to the skin. These effects can be worsened by low ambient temperatures and/or by gripping the handgrips
excessively tightly. If the symptoms occur, the length of time the machine is used must be reduced and a doctor consulted.
When working with the device, a certain level of noise cannot be avoided. Noisy work should be scheduled for hours,
during which it is allowed by statute or other local regulations. Adhere to any applicable rest times and limit your
working time to the necessary minimum time. For your personal protection and the protection of people nearby, suitable hearing protection must be worn.
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