WHEELED TRIMMER

WHEELED TRIMMER
WT160T 160 cc push W/TILT
WT190 190 cc push
WT190S 190 cc self-propelled
WT190T 190 cc push W/TILT
WT190SE 190 cc SELF-PROPELLED
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WT160S 160 cc SELF-PROPELLED
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wheeled
trimmer
FRANÇAIS
PN: 12331
Rev. 050809
Companion to 12330
SN Range: 702557 - A05369
Before You Begin
DEAR ECHO BEAR CAT CUSTOMER
Thank you for purchasing a ECHO Bear Cat product. The ECHO Bear Cat line is designed, tested, and manufactured
to give years of dependable performance. To keep your machine operating at peak efficiency, it is necessary to adjust
it correctly and make regular inspections. The following pages will assist you in the operation and maintenance of your
machine. Please read and understand this manual before operating your machine.
If you have any questions or comments about this manual, please call us toll-free at 1-800-247-7335.
If you have any questions or problems with your machine, please call or write your local authorized ECHO Bear Cat Dealer.
This document is based on information available at the time of its publication. ECHO Bear Cat is continually making
improvements and developing new equipment. In doing so, we reserve the right to make changes or add improvements
to our product without obligation for equipment previously sold.
PLEASE SEND US YOUR WARRANTY CARD
A warranty card is included in your owner's kit packaged with your machine. Please take the time to fill in the information
requested on the card. When you send your completed card to us, we will register your machine and start your
coverage under our limited warranty.
FOR MACHINE SERVICE OR PARTS:
ORDERING PARTS
For service assistance, contact your nearest authorized
ECHO Bear Cat dealer or the factory. For parts, contact
your authorized dealer. The parts manual for your machine
is available at http://bearcatproducts.com/main/support/
index_html. Your dealer will need to know the serial number
of your machine to provide the most efficient service. See
below for information on how to identify and record the
serial number for your machine.
Only genuine ECHO Bear Cat replacement parts should
be used to repair the machine. Replacement parts
manufactured by others could present safety hazards,
even though they may fit on this machine. Replacement
parts are available from your ECHO Bear Cat dealer.
FOR ENGINE SERVICE OR PARTS:
The PART NUMBER of the part.
For engine service or parts, contact your nearest authorized
engine dealer. ECHO Bear Cat does not handle any parts,
repairs or warranties for engines.
Provide the following when ordering parts:
The SERIAL NUMBER of your machine.
The PART DESCRIPTION.
The QUANTITY needed.
SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION
Please record the serial number in the space provided and
on the warranty and registration card.
MANuFACTuRED By CRARy INDuSTRIES
WEST FARgO, NORTh DAKOTA 58078 u.S.A.
SERIAL NuMBER xxxxxx
SERIAL NUMBER
MANuFACTuRED IN u.S.A.
How to contact ECHO Bear Cat
address
Phone
e-mail
hours
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078
800-247-7335
701-282-5520
Fax: 701-282-9522
[email protected]
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Monday - Friday,
8 am to 5 pm
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*Original Instruction
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LIMITED WARRANTY
This warranty applies to all AG and Outdoor Power Equipment manufactured by Crary Industries.
The warranty registration must be completed and returned to Crary Industries
within 10 days of delivery of the product to the original owner or the warranty
will be void.
In the event of a failure, return the product, at your cost, along with proof of purchase to the selling Crary
Industries dealer. Crary Industries will, at its option, repair or replace any parts found to be defective in material
or workmanship. Warranty on any repairs will not extend beyond the product warranty. Repair or attempted
repair by anyone other than a Crary Industries dealer as well as subsequent failure or damage that may occur
as a result of that work will not be paid under this warranty. Crary Industries does not warrant replacement
components not manufactured or sold by Crary Industries.
1. This warranty applies only to parts or components that are defective in material or workmanship.
2. This warranty does not cover normal wear items including but not limited to bearings, belts, pulleys, filters
and chipper knives.
3. This warranty does not cover normal maintenance, service or adjustments.
4. This warranty does not cover depreciation or damage due to misuse, negligence, accident or improper
maintenance.
5. This warranty does not cover damage due to improper setup, installation or adjustment.
6. This warranty does not cover damage due to unauthorized modifications of the product.
7. Engines are warranted by the respective engine manufacturer and are not covered by this warranty.
Crary Industries is not liable for any property damage, personal injury or death resulting from the unauthorized
modification or alteration of a Crary product or from the owner’s failure to assemble, install, maintain or operate
the product in accordance with the provisions of the Owner’s manual.
Crary Industries is not liable for indirect, incidental or consequential damages or injuries including but not
limited to loss of crops, loss of profits, rental of substitute equipment or other commercial loss.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may have other rights that may vary from area to area.
Crary Industries makes no warranties, representations or promises, expressed or implied as to the performance
of its products other than those set forth in this warranty. Neither the dealer nor any other person has any
authority to make any representations, warranties or promises on behalf of Crary Industries or to modify the
terms or limitations of this warranty in any way. Crary Industries, at its discretion, may periodically offer limited,
written enhancements to this warranty.
Crary Industries reserves the right to change the design and/or specifications
of its products at any time without obligation to previous purchasers of its
products.
ENGLISH
Crary Industries warrants to the original owner each new Crary Industries product to be free from defects
in material and workmanship, under normal use and service. The warranty shall extend 1 year from date of
delivery for income producing (commercial) applications and 2 years from date of delivery for non-income
producing (consumer) use of the product. The product is warranted to the original owner as evidenced by a
completed warranty registration on file at Crary Industries. Replacement parts are warranted for (90) days
from date of installation.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
DESCRIPTION
PAGE
Safety................................................................................................................. 1
1.1 SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL.....................................................................................1
1.2 EMISSION INFORMATION....................................................................................1
1.3 before operating...........................................................................................1
1.4 OPERATIon SAFETY...........................................................................................2
1.5 MAINTENANCE and storage safety...........................................................2
1.6 battery safety................................................................................................2
1.7 safety decal locations.................................................................................3
Assembly............................................................................................................ 4
2.1 INSTALL THE HANDLEbar...................................................................................4
2.2 add oil.5
2.3 FILL THE fuel TANK............................................................................................5
Features & Controls.................................................................................... 6
Operation.......................................................................................................... 7
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
Starting the mower.......................................................................................7
Stopping the mower......................................................................................7
trimming Guide..................................................................................................7
self-propelled operation...........................................................................8
Parallel Trimming for push trimmers....................................................8
parallel Trimming for self-propelled models..................................8
Off Center Tilt Feature (OCT).....................................................................8
Service & Maintenance................................................................................. 9
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
Maintenance Schedule.................................................................................9
Cutting Height Adjustment.........................................................................9
Cutting String Replacement....................................................................10
drive Chain Adjustment..............................................................................10
Engine Maintenance.....................................................................................10
Troubleshooting......................................................................................... 11
Specifications................................................................................................ 12
7.1 size specifications........................................................................................12
7.2 bolt torque....................................................................................................13
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Section
Safety
The Owner/Operator’s manual uses this symbol to alert
you of potential hazards. Whenever you see this symbol,
read and obey the safety message that follows it. Failure
to obey the safety message could result in personal injury,
death or property damage.
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
Failure of the owner/operator of the equipment to comply
with this regulation is a misdemeanor under California law
and may also be a violation of other state and/or federal
regulations, laws, ordinances, or codes. Contact your
local fire marshal or forest service for specific information
about which regulations apply in your area.
The standard muffler installed on the engine is not
equipped with a spark arrester. One must be added before
using this machine in an area where a spark arrester is
required by law. Contact the local authorities if these laws
apply to you. See your authorized engine dealer for spark
arrester options.
1.3 before operating
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation that, if not
avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury.
1.2 EMISSION INFORMATION
Under
California
Law and the laws of
several other states,
you are not permitted
to operate an internal
combustion engine using
hydrocarbon fuels on any
forest covered, brush
covered or grass covered
land or on land covered with grain, hay or other flammable
agricultural crops, without an engine spark arrester in
continuous effective working order.
1. Read and understand this owner’s manual. Be
completely familiar with the controls and the proper
use of this equipment.
2. Familiarize yourself with all of the safety and operating
decals on this equipment and on any of its attachments
or accessories.
3. Keep safety decals clean and legible. Replace missing
or illegible safety decals.
4. Obtain and wear safety glasses
and use hearing protection at
all times when operating this
machine.
5. Avoid wearing loose fitted
clothing. Never operate this
machine while wearing clothing
with drawstrings that could wrap around or get caught
in the machine.
6. Do not operate this machine if you are under the
influence of alcohol, medications, or substances that
can affect your vision, balance or judgment. Do not
operate if tired or ill. You must be in good health to
operate this machine safely.
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The engine on your power equipment, like most outdoor
power equipment, is an internal combustion engine that
burns gasoline or diesel fuel (hydrocarbons). Therefore,
your power equipment must be equipped with a spark
arrester muffler in continuous effective working order. The
spark arrester must be attached to the engine exhaust
system in such a manner that flames or heat from the
system will not ignite flammable material.
1.1 SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL
SAFETY
7. Do not operate this equipment in the vicinity of
bystanders. Keep the area of operation clear of all
persons, particularly small children. It is recommended
that bystanders keep at least 50 feet (15 meters) away
from the area of operation.
8. Do not allow children to operate this equipment.
9. Use only in daylight or good artificial light.
10. Do not run this equipment in an enclosed area. Engine
exhaust contains carbon monoxide gas, a deadly
poison that is odorless, colorless and tasteless. Do not
operate this equipment in or near buildings, windows
or air conditioners.
11. Always use an approved fuel container. Do not remove
gas cap or add fuel when engine is running. Add fuel
to a cool engine only.
12. Do not fill fuel tank indoors. Keep open flames, sparks,
smoking materials and other sources of combustion
away from fuel.
13. Do not operate machine without shields in place.
Failure to do so may cause serious injury or death.
14. Keep all guards, deflectors, and shields in good
working condition.
15. Before inspecting or servicing any part of this machine,
shut off the machine and make sure all moving parts
have come to a complete stop. Disconnect the battery
and remove the ignition key where applicable.
16. Check that all screws, nuts, bolts, and other fasteners
are secured, tightened and in proper working condition
before starting the machine.
1.4 OPERATIon SAFETY
1. Set up your work site so you are not endangering traffic
and the public. Take great care to provide adequate
warnings.
2. Keep the machine clear of debris and other
accumulations.
3. On electric start models, disconnect cables from battery
before doing any inspection or service.
4. When the trimmer bail is engaged, the trimmer disk is
rotating. Do not attempt to inspect or service the machine
while the trimmer disk is rotating.
1.5 MAINTENANCE and storage safety
1. Before inspecting, servicing, storing, or changing
an accessory, shut off the machine and make sure
all moving parts have come to a complete stop.
Disconnect the battery and remove the ignition key
where applicable.
2. Replace any missing or unreadable safety decals.
Refer to the safety decal section for part numbers.
3. Allow machine to cool before storing in an enclosure.
4. Store the machine out of reach of children and where
fuel vapors will not reach an open flame or spark.
5. Never store this machine with fuel in the fuel tank
inside a building where fumes may be ignited by an
open flame or spark. Ignition sources can be hot water
and space heaters, furnaces, clothes dryers, stoves,
electric motors, etc.
6. Drain the fuel and dispose of it in a safe manner for
storage periods of three months or more.
1.6 battery safety
Improper use and care of the battery on electric start models
can result in serious personal injury or property damage.
Always observe the following safety precautions.
Poison/Danger - Causes Severe Burns. The battery
contains sulfuric acid. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or
clothing. Keep out of reach of children.
•
ANTIDOTE-External Contact: Flush immediately
with water.
•
ANTIDOTE-Internal: Drink a large amount of water
or milk. Follow with milk of magnesia, beaten egg
or vegetable oil. Call a physician immediately.
•
ANTIDOTE-Eye Contact: Flush with water for 15
minutes. Get prompt medical attention.
1. The battery produces explosive gases. Keep sparks,
flame or cigarettes away. Ventilate area when charging
battery. Always wear safety goggles when working
near battery.
2. The battery contains toxic materials. Do not damage
battery case. If case is broken or damaged, avoid
contact with battery contents.
3. Neutralize acid spills with a baking soda and water
solution. Properly dispose of a damaged or worn-out
battery. Check with local authorities for proper disposal
methods.
4. Do not short circuit battery. Severe fumes and fire can
result.
5. Before working with electrical wires or components,
disconnect battery ground (negative) cable first.
Disconnect positive cable second. Reverse this order
when reconnecting battery cables.
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SAFETY
1.7 safety decal locations
Familiarize yourself with all of the safety and operational decals on the machine and the associated hazards. See the
engine owner’s manual or contact the engine manufacturer for engine safety instructions and decals. Make certain that
all safety and operating decals on this machine are kept clean and in good condition. Decals that need replacement
must be applied to their original locations.
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KEEP FACE AND BODY AWAY
FROM DISCHARGE AREAS.
KEEP MACHINE CLEAR
OF DEBRIS AND OTHER
ACCUMULATIONS. BUILD
UP OF DEBRIS ON MACHINE
CAN CAUSE A FIRE.
OBTAIN AND WEAR SAFETY
GLASSES AND USE HEARING
PROTECTION AT ALL TIMES
WHEN OPERATING THIS
MACHINE.
P/N 18949-00
BEFORE INSPECTING OR
SERVICING ANY PART OF THIS
MACHINE, SHUT OFF POWER
SOURCE, DISCONNECT
SPARK PLUG WIRE FROM
SPARK PLUG AND MAKE
SURE ALL MOVING PARTS
HAVE COME TO A COMPLETE
STOP.
DO NOT OPERATE THIS
EQUIPMENT IN THE VICINITY
OF BYSTANDERS. DO NOT
ALLOW CHILDREN TO
OPERATE THIS EQUIPMENT.
ALWAYS STAND CLEAR OF
DISCHARGE AREA WHEN
OPERATING THIS MACHINE.
DO NOT ALLOW HANDS
OR ANY PART OF BODY
OR CLOTHING NEAR ANY
MOVING PART TO AVOID
SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY.
PN 12254
P/N 12254
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2
Section
Assembly
2.1 INSTALL THE HANDLEbar
1. Remove the trimmer and handlebar from the shipping box and pallet.
2. The manual container is partially assembled on one side of the handlebar. If necessary, loosen the bolt securing
the manual container to the handlebar. Rotate the container and attach the remaining end to the opposite side of
the handlebar using one 5/16" x 2-1/4 bolt, washer and nut. DO NOT TIGHTEN BOLTS AT THIS TIME.
3. Stand handlebar upright. Align the bottom hole on the handlebar with the bottom hole on the handlebar support
channel located on the trimmer and attach with two 5/16" x 1" bolts, washers and nuts. DO NOT TIGHTEN BOLTS
AT THIS TIME.
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ASSEMBLY
4. Adjust the handlebar height by rotating the handlebar until the top hole on the handlebar is aligned with a corresponding
hole on the handlebar support channel and attach using two 5/16" x 1" bolts, washers and nuts. DO NOT TIGHTEN
BOLTS AT THIS TIME.
5. Tighten the bolts securing the manual container to the handlebar.
6. Tighten all remaining bolts.
7. Use the two ties provided in the owner's kit to tie the wires to the handlebar.
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2.2 add oil
Check the oil level and, if needed, fill the engine crankcase with the type and amount of oil specified in the engine
owner’s manual.
2.3 FILL THE fuel TANK
WARNING
Gasoline and diesel fuels are highly flammable
and their vapors are explosive. To prevent
personal injury or property damage:
Store fuel only in approved containers, in well
ventilated, unoccupied buildings, away from
sparks or flames. A container with a capacity of 2 gallons
or less with a pouring spout is recommended. Do not fill
the fuel tank while the engine is hot or running, since
spilled fuel could ignite if it comes in contact with hot
parts or sparks from ignition. Do not start the engine
near spilled fuel. Never use fuel as a cleaning agent.
DO NOT MIX OIL WITH FUEL.
Use only those types of fuels that are recommended in
your engine owner’s manual.
To add fuel:
1. Stop engine, wait for all parts to stop moving and
disconnect spark plug wire. Remove key from key
switch. Allow the engine and muffler to cool for at least
three minutes.
2. Clean area around fuel fill cap and remove cap.
3. Using a clean funnel, fill fuel tank to 1/2” below bottom
of filler neck to provide space for any fuel expansion.
Install fuel fill cap securely and wipe up any spilled
gasoline.
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3
Section
Features & Controls
The following descriptions define the features and controls
of your machine.
Refer to Figure 3.1 for feature locations.
Refer to engine owners manual for further
engine operating instructions.
self-propelled bail
Models: All self-propelled models
Engages the self-propel mode. Pull up the self-propel
bail located under the handlebar to start the self-propel
mode.
shift lever
fuel shut off valve
All Models
The fuel shut off valve opens and closes the connection
between the fuel tank and the carburetor. If the engine
is equipped with a fuel shut off valve, turn it to the ON
position for starting. When the engine is not in use, leave
the fuel valve lever in the OFF position.
engine throttle
Models: All self-propelled models
Used to adjust the trimmer speed. Position 1 is the slowest
and position 3 is the fastest. The ground speed ranges
from 1-2 mph.
tilt control handle
Models: All tilt models
Used to adjust the degree of tilt for the trimmer head and
body when using the Off Center Tilt (OCT) feature.
Models: All 190cc models
Changes engine speed. Move throttle to the FAST position
for starting. Move throttle to the SLOW position to shut
engine off. The engine is intended to run at full RPM.
Operate engine with the throttle in the FAST position.
TRIMMER
BAIL
SHIFT
LEVER
SELFPROPELLED
BAIL
engine choke
Models: All 160cc models
The throttle lever opens and closes the choke valve in the
carburetor and enriches the fuel mixture for starting a cold
engine. Move the throttle lever to the CHOKE position
for starting. When mowing or trimming, the throttle lever
should be in the RUN position.
THROTTLE
primer bulb
TRIMMER
BAIL
Models: All 190cc models
Use when starting a cold engine. Firmly push the primer
bulb 3 times before starting.
trimmer bail
All models
To start the trimmer, pull up the trimmer bail located
under the handlebar. When the trimmer bail is engaged,
the trimmer disk is rotating. Release the trimmer bail to
stop the mower. Wait until the trimmer disk has stopped
rotating to inspect or service the mower.
TILT CONTROL
HANDLE
recoil starter
Models: All recoil models
Used to start engine. Grasp handle and slowly pull until
resistance is felt. After resistance is felt, pull the cord
quickly to start the engine and prevent kickback.
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Figure 3.1 - Feature Locations
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Section
Operation
trimming OPERATION
The trimming operation takes place under the body of the
trimmer, where trimmer string is mounted to a rotating
disk. Material is trimmed and propelled out the edges of
the trimmer.
WARNING
Before operating your machine, be sure you read
and understand all safety, controls and operating
instructions in this owner's manual and on your
machine. Failure to follow these instructions can result
in serious injury or property damage.
4.1 Starting the mower
4.2 Stopping the mower
1. Move the throttle (if equipped) to the SLOW position,
then release the trimmer bail OR move the throttle to
the STOP position.
2. Close the fuel shut off valve.
WARNING
Allow the machine to come to complete stop
before inspection or servicing. You can tell when
the machine has come to a complete stop when the
trimmer disk is not rotating.
4.3 trimming Guide
Move the machine to a clear, level area outdoors before
starting. Do not operate in the vicinity of bystanders. Make
sure the engine is clean and debris has not accumulated
around the muffler.
1. Check engine oil level before starting (see Engine
Owners Manual).
The intended use of the Wheeled Trimmer is trimming,
mowing and edging. The following guidelines can help
you get started.
1. Run unit at full operating speed before starting to trim,
mow or edge.
2. Open the fuel shut-off valve.
2. To begin trimming, start the engine, place the trimmer
head on the ground and begin walking slowly.
3. Place the throttle in the FAST position. Operate engine
in the FAST position.
3. The wheels should remain on the ground at all times
to prevent undue pressure on the trimmer head.
4. Firmly push the primer bulb 3 times before starting
OR if the engine is equipped with a choke, move the
throttle lever to the CHOKE position.
4. The cutting radius is dependant on the amount of
cutting string used and type of application.
5. Pull trimmer bail back.
5. For difficult conditions and edging, using less than the
full cutting radius is recommended.
6. For Recoil Models: Grasp the recoil starter cord handle
and slowly pull until resistance is felt, then pull quickly to
start the engine and prevent kickback. Repeat if necessary.
WARNING
For Electric Models: Turn key to START.
7. Allow engine to warm up. Slowly adjust the throttle
lever (if equipped) from the CHOKE position to the
RUN position.
Inspect and clean engine before each use. Debris
accumulation around the muffler can cause a fire.
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As with any other piece of outdoor power equipment,
getting the feel for how your machine operates and
getting to know the best techniques for particular jobs are
important to overall good performance.
OPERATION
4.6 parallel Trimming for selfpropelled models
4.4 self-propelled operation
Models: All self-propelled models
The Wheeled Trimmer can be used in either push or selfpropelled mode.
1. Pull up the self-propelled bail located under the
handlebar to start the self-propelled mode.
2. Adjust the trimmer speed with the shift lever. Position
1 is the slowest and position 3 is the quickest. The
ground speed ranges from 1-2 mph.
3. Operate mower safely and as intended.
4. To stop the mower release the self-propelled bail.
5. To stop the engine, release the trimmer bail.
4.5 Parallel Trimming for push
trimmers
The Wheeled Trimmer can be adjusted to mow at an
angle. This allows the machine to trim in hard to reach
places. Parallel trimming is adjustable on this model to
the left 2". The trimmer body pivots on the axle. To adjust
the parallel trimming setting:
The Wheeled Trimmer can be adjusted to mow at an angle.
This allows the machine to trim in hard to reach places.
Parallel trimming is adjustable on this model 2" to the left
or the right. To adjust the parallel trimming setting:
1. Loosen the two nuts on the bottom of the trimmer as
shown in Figure 4.2; the first (A) is located behind the
trimmer spindle, while the other (B) is located behind
the trimmer flap on the transmission support plate. Do
not adjust parallel trimming with the trimmer axle. This
will cause the drive chains to fall out of adjustment.
2. Pivot the trimmer body, on the slotted holes, 2" to the
left or right.
3. Tighten the nuts loosened in Step 1.
4. When finished using the parallel trimming feature,
loosen bolts A & B and place the trimmer body in the
original position.
5. Tighten the bolts and resume regular trimming or
mowing.
1. Loosen the right axle nut located on the bottom of the
trimmer directly behind the axle shaft (Figure 4.1).
SLOT
2. Lift the right wheel and pull back. The wheel and axle
will rotate backwards due to a slot cut in the bottom of
the trimmer frame.
A
3. Tighten the nut loosened in Step 1.
4. When finished using the parallel trimming feature,
loosen the right axle nut, and push the axle forward to
the original position.
C
C
5. Tighten the right axle bolt and resume regular trimming
or mowing.
B
SLOT
Figure 4.2 - Adjusting the Mower
4.7 Off Center Tilt Feature (OCT)
Models: All tilt models
The OCT feature is used to trim in hard to reach places.
This feature enables both the trimmer head and body to
tilt for trimming close to the ground. The degree of tilt is
dependent on the setting selected on the height adjustment
handle located on the right side of the Wheeled Trimmer.
To engage the OCT feature, simply move the handle into
one of the four settings that are available.
RIGHT
AXLE NUT
AXLE SHAFT
SLOT
1. Level: The height adjustment handle is set in the
position closest to the rear of the trimmer.
2. 5.4 degrees: The height adjustment handle is set in
the second position from the rear of the trimmer.
3. 10.3 degrees: The height adjustment handle is set in
the third position from the rear of the trimmer.
Figure 4.1 - Adjusting the Mower
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4. 13 degrees: The height adjustment handle is set in
the position closest to the front of the machine for
maximum tilt.
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Section
Service &
Maintenance
5.1 Maintenance Schedule
See engine owner’s manual for further ENGINE maintenance and troubleshooting
information.
FREQUENCY
COMPONENT
REFER TO
ENGINE
OPERATOR’S
MANUAL
MAINTENANCE
REQUIRED
AIR CLEANER
CHECK AND CLEAN (1)
ENGINE OIL
CHANGE (1) (3)
SPARK PLUG
CHECK CONDITION AND GAP
ENGINE OIL
CHECK/FILL (1) (3)
FUEL TANK
CHECK/FILL
ALL INTERNAL AND EXTERNAL
NUTS AND BOLTS
CHECK TIGHTNESS
BATTERY CONNECTIONS
CHECK
ENTIRE MACHINE
CLEAN
COOLING SHROUDS
CLEAN (1) (2)
STARTER DRIVE
SERVICE (2)
BEFORE
EACH USE
EVERY 8
HOURS
EVERY
YEAR
(1) Perform more frequently in dusty, dirty or severe usage conditions.
(2) Have a Briggs or Honda engine service dealer perform this service.
(3) Change oil after first 5 to 8 hrs of use, then every 50 hours or every season.
As the Limited Warranty states, failure by the Owner to perform normal maintenance will void the machine’s
warranty.
5.2 Cutting Height Adjustment
The standard cutting height is 2-3/4 inches. The cutting
height can be adjusted down approximately 3/4 inch by
turning the trimmer head disk over. To adjust the cutting
height:
1. Insert a 9/16” open end wrench into the trimmer frame
(Figure 5.1).
2. Rotate the trimmer head until the wrench engages
with the trimmer shaft.
3. While holding the wrench, twist the trimmer head
weldment counterclockwise to remove. Use a channel
lock or pipe wrench if necessary.
9/16” WRENCH
4. Turn trimmer head disk over and replace on trimmer
spindle.
5. Return trimmer head weldment and turn clockwise
to tighten.
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TRIMMER
DISC
TRIMMER
HEAD
Figure 5.1 - Cutting Height Adjustment
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ENGLISH
The items listed in this service and maintenance schedule are to be checked, and if necessary, corrective action taken.
This schedule is designed for units operating under normal conditions. If the unit is operating in adverse or severe
conditions, it may be necessary for the items to be checked and serviced more frequently.
SERVICE & MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Before inspecting or servicing any part of this machine, shut off power source,
disconnect spark plug wire from spark plug and make sure all moving parts have come to a complete stop.
5.3 Cutting String Replacement
Cutting string is available in two thicknesses, 130 mil
(standard) and 155 mil (heavy duty). The type of string
selected is dependent on the conditions and material
being cut.
String heavier than 155 mil can be used by making the
holes in the trimmer head larger. The decision to drill the
holes bigger may shorten the life of 130 mil and 155 mil
string if used again.
Figure 5.2 Wrapping the Cutting String
Cutting string can be wrapped in a variety of ways. Refer
to Figures 5.2, 5.3 and 5.4 for examples. The wrapping
method and cutting string thickness chosen is ultimately
based on what is determined the best for the operator.
To wrap the cutting string in the standard configuration,
follow the steps below.
1. Feed the cutting string through the second hole on
either end of the trimmer head leaving approximately
8 inches for the cutting surface. Total recommended
string length is 20-1/2 inches.
Figure 5.3 Optional Wrapping Method
2. Continue by weaving the cutting string through the first
hole directly beside the second hole used in Step 1.
Pull the cutting string tight.
3. Loop the cutting string back and feed through the first
hole on the opposite end of the trimmer head.
4. Feed through the remaining second hole and pull the
cutting string tight. The cutting strings in the middle
two holes should be the same length. If the length
differs, cut to an even length.
5.4 drive Chain Adjustment
Figure 5.4 Optional Wrapping Method
5.5 Engine Maintenance
Models: All self-propelled models
Self-propelled models operate with a drive chain.
Periodically, this chain will need to be adjusted. To
adjust:
1. Loosen the two 5/16” nuts (C) (Figure 4.2) located
under the trimmer axle.
2. Slide the trimmer axle back to tighten the chains. Slide
the trimmer forward to loosen the chains.
Maintenance is essential in preserving engine life. Clean
the engine periodically to remove grass and buildup. The
engine owners manual addresses cleaning the air filter
and changing the oil. Service engine according to the
maintenance schedule in your engine owners manual.
Remember to inspect and clean engine cooling fins as
needed.
WARNING
3. Retighten the nuts.
4. Tighten the chains until they have 1/4" (6.36 mm)
deflection.
10
Clean grass and buildup from the engine periodically.
Dusty conditions will require frequent cleaning.
wheeled trimmer
6
Section
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
Trimmer disk does not turn.
Cutting is slow or rough.
Trimmer requires excessive
power or stalls.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
1. Broken off or damaged belts.
2. Broken spindle.
3. Failed bearings.
Drive belt rolling or falling off
pulleys.
Drive chain falling off
self-propelled models.
1. Replace belts.
2. Repair spindle.
3. Repair bearings.
1. Replace with heavier cutting string (.155).
1. Cutting string is too weak.
2. Reduce the trimming area by half or raise
2. Growth is too thick or heavy.
the trimmer head off the ground.
3. Engine not running at full RPM.
3. Speed up engine to full throttle.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Cutting string is too long.
Drive belt is loose or worn.
Growth is too thick or heavy.
Belt too tight
Drive belt squealing or smok- 1. Drive belt is loose or worn.
ing.
2. Worn or damaged pulley.
Engine won't start or
is hard to start.
REMEDY
1. Gas tank is empty.
2. Spark plug wire is
disconnected.
3. Spark plug is defective.
4. Gas line is obstructed
5. Dirty, stale, watercontaminated gas.
6. Flooded engine.
7. Dirty or plugged air cleaner or
engine cooling fins.
8. Trimmer bail not engaged.
1. Pulley not aligned.
2. Belt not tensioned properly.
3. Spindle bearing failed.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Loose chain.
Worn chain.
Worn sprocket.
Sprocket not aligned.
wheeled trimmer
1. Reduce cutting string length.
2. Replace drive belt.
3. Reduce the trimming area by half or raise the
trimmer head slightly off the ground.
4. Move spindle hub assembly towards the rear
of the trimmer.
1. Replace drive belt.
2. Replace pulley.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
Fill gas tank.
Connect loose wire to the spark plug.
Replace spark plug.
Remove gas line at carburetor and check for
obstruction. Drain gas tank and refill with
fresh gasoline.
Drain tank and fill with fresh gasoline.
Put throttle control in run position and crank
engine several times to clear out excess
gas.
Clean or replace air cleaner. Clean cooling
fins and shroud area of engine.
Engage trimmer bail
1. Align pulleys.
2. Tension belt with 70 lbs of force.
3. Replace bearing.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Tighten chain.
Replace chain.
Replace sprocket.
Align drive sprocket and wheel clutch
assembly with washers.
11
ENGLISH
Before performing any of the corrections in this troubleshooting chart, refer to the appropriate information contained in
this manual for the correct safety precautions and operating or maintenance procedures. Contact your dealer or the
factory for service problems with the machine.
7
Section
Specifications
7.1 size specifications
MODEL
WT190SE
WT160S
WT160T
WT190
WT190S
WT190T
B&S
Quantam
Honda OHC
Honda OHC
B&S
Quantum
B&S
Quantum
B&S
Quantum
190cc
160cc
160cc
190cc
190cc
190cc
3-Spd Self-Prop
3-Spd Self-Prop
Push
Push
3-Spd Self-Prop
Push
24"
24"
24"
24"
24"
24"
WHEEL SUPPORT
Ball Bearings
Ball Bearings
Ball Bearings
Ball Bearings
Ball Bearings
Ball Bearings
CUTTING
HEIGHT
1-7/8" & 2-3/4"
1-7/8" & 2-3/4"
1-7/8" & 2-3/4"
1-7/8" & 2-3/4"
1-7/8" & 2-3/4"
1-7/8" & 2-3/4"
.155 Heavy
Duty
.155 Heavy
Duty
.155 Heavy
Duty
.155 Heavy
Duty
.155 Heavy
Duty
.155 Heavy
Duty
ENGINE
ENGINE
CAPACITY
DRIVE
CUTTING
WIDTH
NYLON CUTTING
STRING
.130 Optional
.130 Optional
.130 Optional
.130 Optional
.130 Optional
.130 Optional
PARALLEL
TRIMMING
Manual
Manual
Standard
Manual
Manual
Standard
TILT HEAD
No
No
Mechanical
No
No
Mechanical
84 lbs.
86 lbs.
82 lbs.
77 lbs.
85 lbs.
77 lbs.
OVERALL
LENGTH
50"
50"
50"
50"
50"
50"
OVERALL
HEIGHT
38"
38"
38"
38"
38"
38"
OVERALL
WIDTH
21"
21"
21"
21"
21"
21"
FRAME
MATERIAL
Solid steel
Solid steel
Solid steel
Solid steel
Solid steel
Solid steel
Powder baked
paint with
foam grip
Powder baked
paint with
foam grip
Powder baked
paint with
foam grip
Powder baked
paint with
foam grip
Powder baked
paint with
foam grip
Powder baked
paint with
foam grip
START
Electric
Recoil
Recoil
Recoil
Recoil
Recoil
FUEL CAPACITY
1.5 qt.
1.2 qt.
1.2 qt.
1.5 qt.
1.5 qt,
1.5 qt.
UNIT
WARRANTY
2 yr. consumer;
1 yr.
commercial.
2 yr. consumer;
1 yr.
commercial.
2 yr. consumer;
1 yr.
commercial.
2 yr. consumer;
1 yr.
commercial.
2 yr. consumer;
1 yr.
commercial.
2 yr. consumer;
1 yr.
commercial.
ENGINE
WARRANTY
See engine
owners manual.
See engine
owners manual.
See engine
owners manual.
See engine
owners manual.
See engine
owners manual.
See engine
owners manual.
CONTROL
VIBRATION
LEVEL
<2.5 m/s2
<2.5 m/s2
<2.5 m/s2
<2.5 m/s2
<2.5 m/s2
<2.5 m/s2
101 dB
98 dB
98 dB
101 dB
101 dB
101 dB
WEIGHT
HANDLEBARS
AND BAIL
NOISE LEVEL
12
wheeled trimmer
SPECIFICATIONS
7.2 bolt torque
The tables below are for reference purposes only and their use by anyone is entirely voluntary, unless otherwise noted.
Reliance on their content for any purpose is at the sole risk of that person and any loss or damage resulting from the
use of this information is the responsibility of that person.
SAE - 2
BOLT DIAMETER
SAE - 8
SAE - 5
A
ENGLISH
SAE
Grade
and
Head
Markings
ENGLISH
BOLT TORQUE *
BOLT DIAMETER (A)
SAE 2
SAE 5
SAE 8
N.m
Ft-lb.
N.m
Ft-lb.
N.m
Ft-lb.
1/4”
7.5
5.5
11
8
16
12
5/16”
15
11
23
17
34
25
3/8”
27
20
41
30
61
45
7/16”
41
30
68
50
95
70
1/2”
68
50
102
75
149
110
9/16”
97
70
149
110
203
150
5/8”
122
90
203
150
312
230
3/4”
217
160
353
260
515
380
7/8”
230
170
542
400
814
600
1”
298
220
786
580
1220
900
1-1/8”
407
300
1085
800
1736
1280
1-1/4”
570
420
2631
1940
2468
1820
METRIC
BOLT TORQUE *
BOLT DIAMETER
(A)
M3
4.8
8.8
10.9
12.9
N.m
Ft-lb.
N.m
Ft-lb.
N.m
Ft-lb.
N.m
Ft-lb.
0.5
0.4
-
-
-
-
-
-
M4
3
2.2
-
-
-
-
-
-
M5
5
4
-
-
-
-
-
-
M6
6
4.5
11
8.5
17
12
19
14.5
M8
15
11
28
20
40
30
47
35
M10
29
21
55
40
80
60
95
70
M12
50
37
95
70
140
105
165
120
M14
80
60
150
110
225
165
260
190
M16
125
92
240
175
350
255
400
300
M18
175
125
330
250
475
350
560
410
M20
240
180
475
350
675
500
800
580
M22
330
250
650
475
925
675
1075
800
M24
425
310
825
600
1150
850
1350
1000
M27
625
450
1200
875
1700
1250
2000
1500
* Torque value for bolts and capscrews are identified by their head markings.
Torque figures indicated above are valid for non-greased or non-oiled threads and heads unless otherwise specified. Therefore, do not
grease or oil bolts or capscrews unless otherwise specified in this manual. When using locking elements, increase torque values by 5%.
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Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: ECHO Bear Cat
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT160S
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 84 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 98 dB LWA
WT160S Serial number 703605 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: ECHO
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT160SXE
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 84 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 98 dB LWA
WT160SXE Serial number 703605 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: Crary Bear Cat
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT160SXS
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 84 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 98 dB LWA
WT160SXS Serial number 703605 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: ECHO Bear Cat
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT160T
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 84 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 98 dB LWA
WT160T Serial number 700825 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: ECHO
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT160TXE
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 84 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 98 dB LWA
WT160TXE Serial number 700825 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: Crary Bear Cat
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT160TXS
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 84 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 98 dB LWA
WT160TXS Serial number 700825 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: ECHO Bear Cat
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT190
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 87 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 101 dB LWA
WT190 Serial number 707258 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: ECHO
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT190XE
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 87 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 101 dB LWA
WT190XE Serial number 707258 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: Crary Bear Cat
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT190XS
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 87 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 101 dB LWA
WT190XS Serial number 707258 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: ECHO Bear Cat
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT190S
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 87 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 101 dB LWA
WT190S Serial number 702033 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: ECHO
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT190SXE
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 87 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 101 dB LWA
WT190SXE Serial number 702033 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: Crary Bear Cat
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT190SXS
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 87 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 101 dB LWA
WT190SXS Serial number 702033 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: ECHO Bear Cat
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT190T
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 87 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 101 dB LWA
WT190T Serial number 700096 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: ECHO
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT190TXE
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 87 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 101 dB LWA
WT190TXE Serial number 700096 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned manufacturer:
Crary Industries, Inc.
237 NW 12th Street
P.O. Box 849
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
Declares that hereunder specified:
WALK BEHIND TRIMMER
Brand: Crary Bear Cat
Type: Engine driven Walk Behind Trimmer
Model Numbers: WT190TXS
Complies with the requirements of:
Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC
Emission of Gaseous and Particulate Pollutants Directive 2002/88/EC
Noise Emissions Directive 2000/14/EC
-Conformity Assessment Procedure: Annex V
(Use of harmonized standard EN ISO 3744:2010)
Sound Power Level: 87 dB LPA
Guaranteed Sound Power Level: 101 dB LWA
WT190TXS Serial number 700096 and up
West Fargo, ND 58078-0849
June 29, 2011
CRARY INDUSTRIES, INC.
______________________________
Arlan Mathias
Senior Project Engineer
The authorized representative in Europe who is authorized to
compile the technical file:
Company: Atlantic Bridge Limited
Address: Atlantic House, PO Box 4800
Earley, Reading RG5 4GB, United Kingdom
Mr. Phillip Wicks
Data contained in this document pertains only to machines sold in areas that require CE compliance
standards. To identify if your machine is CE compliant, it will have the following CE mark decal:
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