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PHT-2360MT
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TAILLE-HAIE THERMIQUE
MERCI D’AVOIR ACHETÉ UN PRODUIT RYOBI.
MANUEL D’UTILISATION
Pour utiliser votre outil de façon optimale et en toute sécurité,
veuillez lire attentivement le présent MANUEL D'UTILISATION
et les CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ avant d'utiliser votre appareil.
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PETROL HEDGE TRIMMER
THANK YOU FOR BUYING A RYOBI PRODUCT.
USER’S MANUAL
To ensure your safety and satisfaction, carefully read through
this USER'S MANUAL and SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
before using the product.
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THERMISCHE HECKENSCHERE
RYOBI BEDANKT SICH FÜR IHR VERTRAUEN.
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
Zur Gewährleistung Ihrer Sicherheit und Ihrer Zufriedenheit
sollten Sievor jeder Verwendung des Geräts diese BEDIENUNGS
ANLEITUNG und die SICHERHEITSVORSCHRIFTEN
gründlich durchlesen.
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CORTASETOS CON MOTOR DE EXPLOSIÓN RYOBI LE AGRADECE LA CONFIANZA QUE HA
MANUAL DE UTILIZACIÓN
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DEPOSITADO EN NOSOTROS.
Para garantizar su seguridad y para obtener plena satisfacción de esta
herramienta, lea atentamente este MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
y las correspondientes CONSIGNAS DE SEGURIDAD antes
de utilizar el producto.
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TAGLIASIEPI A BENZINA
RYOBI RINGRAZIA PER LA FIDUCIA ACCORDATAGLI.
MANUALE PER L’UTENTE
Prima di utilizzare il prodotto, leggere attentamente
il presente MANUALE PER L’UTENTE e le NORME
DI SICUREZZA onde avere la garanzia di un lavoro sicuro
e soddisfacente.
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CORTA-SEBES COM MOTOR A GASOLINA RYOBI AGRADECE-LHE PELA SUA CONFIANÇA.
MANUAL DE UTILIZAÇÃO
Para garantir a sua segurança e para que esta máquina lhe
dê uma completa satisfação, leia, por favor, atentamente este
MANUAL DE UTILIZAÇÃO assim como as INSTRUÇÕES
DE SEGURANÇA antes de qualquer utilização do produto.
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MOTOR HEGGENSCHAAR
RYOBI DANKT U VOOR UW VERTROUWEN.
GEBRUIKERSHANDLEIDING
Lees eerst deze HANDLEIDING en ook de VEILIGHEIDSVOORSCHRIFTEN zorgvuldig door om zeker te stellen dat u het
product veilig en naar volle tevredenheid zult gebruiken.
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BENSINDRIVEN HÄCKSAX
RYOBI TACKAR FÖR DITT FÖRTROENDE.
INSTRUKTIONSBOK
För att garantera din säkerhet och för en tillfredsställande
användning, läs noga igenom denna BRUKSANVISNING och
SÄKERHETSFÖRESKRIFTERNA innan du börjar
använda verktyget.
BENZINDREVEN HÆKKEKLIPPER
TIL LYKKE MED DET NYE RYOBI REDSKAB.
BRUGERVEJLEDNING
Af hensyn til sikkerheden og for at opnå de bedste resultater
skal denne BRUGERVEJLEDNING og SIKKERHEDSREGLERNE
læses grundigt igennem, inden maskinen tages i brug.
MOTORDREVET HEKKSAKS
TAKK FOR AT DU KJØPTE ET RYOBI VERKTØY.
BRUKSANVISNING
For å garantere din sikkerhet og for at du skal være helt tilfreds med
verktøyet, vennligst les nøye gjennom denne BRUKSANVISNINGEN
og SIKKERHETSFORSKRIFTENE før produktet tas i bruk.
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TERMINEN PENSASLEIKKURI
RYOBI ON KIITOLLINEN LUOTTAMUKSESTASI.
KÄYTTÄJÄN KÄSIKIRJA
Turvallisuutesi takeeksi ja jotta tämä työkalu tyydyttäisi täysipainoisesti
kaikki toivomuksesi, lue tämä KÄYTTÄJÄN KÄSIKIRJA sekä
TURVALLISUUSOHJEET huolellisesti ennen sen käyttöä.
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ΒΕΝΖΙΝΟΚΙΝΗΤΟ ΚΛΑ∆ΕΥΤΗΡΙ ΦΡΑΧΤΩΝ Η RYOBI ΣΑΣ ΕΥΧΑΡΙΣΤΕΙ ΓΙΑ ΤΗΝ
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ΕΜΠΙΣΤΟΣΥΝΗ ΣΑΣ.
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το εργαλείο αυτ πλήρη ικανοποίηση, διαβάστε προσεκτικά
τις παρούσες Ο∆ΗΓΙΕΣ ΧΡΗΣΗΣ καθώς και τις ΣΥΣΤΑΣΕΙΣ
ΑΣΦΑΛΕΙΑΣ πριν χρησιµοποιήσετε το προϊν.
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Attention !
Il est indispensable que vous lisiez les instructions contenues dans ce manuel avant
le montage et la mise en service de l’appareil.
Important!
It is essential that you read the instructions in this manual before mounting and operating
this machine.
Achtung!
Bitte lesen Sie unbedingt vor Montage und Inbetriebnahme die Hinweise dieser
Bedienungsanleitung.
¡Atención!
Es imprescindible que lea las instrucciones de este manual antes del montaje y de la
puesta en servicio.
Attenzione!
Prima di procedere al montaggio e alla messa in funzione, è indispensabile leggere
attentamente le istruzioni del presente manuale.
Atenção!
É indispensável ler as instruções deste manual antes de montar e pôr em serviço.
Let op !
Het is absoluut noodzakelijk vóór montage en inbedrijfstelling de aanwijzingen in deze
handleiding te lezen.
Observera!
Det är nödvändigt att läsa instruktionerna i denna bruksanvisning före montering och
driftsättning.
OBS!
Denne brugsanvisning skal læses igennem inden montering og ibrugtagning.
Advarsel!
Vennligst les instruksjonene i denne bruksanvisningen før du monterer og tar i bruk
maskinen.
Huomio!
On ehdottoman välttämätöntä lukea tässä käyttöohjeessa annetut ohjeet ennen
asennusta ja käyttöönottoa.
Προσοχή !
Είναι απαραίτητο να διαβάσετε τις συστάσεις των οδηγιών αυτών πριν τη
συναρµολγηση και τη θέση σε λειτουργία.
Sous réserve de modifications techniques / Subject to technical modifications / Technische Änderungen vorbehalten /
Bajo reserva de modificaciones técnicas / Con riserva di eventuali modifiche tecniche / Com reserva de modificações técnicas /
Technische wijzigingen voorbehouden / Med förbehåll för tekniska ändringar / Med forbehold for tekniske ændringer /
Med forbehold om tekniske endringer / Tekniset muutokset varataan / Υπ την επιφύλαξη τεχνικών τροποποιήσεων
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PHT-2360MT
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PHT-2355M / PHT-2360MT
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11
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13
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Fig. 3
Fig. 4
10
5 ~ 10°
Fig. 5
Fig. 6
Fig. 7
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Fig. 9
19
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16
Fig. 10
22
20
3
19
18
18
21
15
Fig. 11
Fig. 12
Fig. 13
0.6 – 0.7 mm
25
23
0.5 ~ 1.5 mm
27
24
35
26
36
37
Fig. 14
Fig. 15
Fig. 16
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34
35
30
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28
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SAFETY SYMBOLS
AND WHAT THEY MEAN
Take the time to read and understand this User’s
Manual before using this tool.
Fire hazard: Petrol is highly flammable. Never
add fuel to the hedge trimmer while the engine is
running or still hot. Do not smoke and keep the
fuel away from all sources of heat.
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Never start or run the engine in an enclosed room
or building. Breathing exhaust fumes can be fatal.
Hot Surface Warning: Contact with hot surfaces
may cause serious burns. During use and for
some time after stopping the engine, the engine
and gearcase are very hot.
Do not touch hot engine components such as the
cylinder, silencer, engine cover and gearcase until
the engine has sufficiently cooled.
Always use a protective helmet, ear protectors
and safety goggles or a face mask.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING! THIS HEDGE TRIMMER CAN CAUSE
SERIOUS INJURIES. Read the safety instructions
carefully. Find out about the tool's uses and limitations
as well as the potential hazards involved.
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•
Never allow children to use this hedge trimmer.
Keep all children, visitors and pets away from your
work area.
Dress properly! Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery
which can get caught in moving parts. Always wear
gloves, non-skid footwear, safety goggles and ear
protectors when using this tool.
Make sure the engine has stopped before cleaning,
repairing or adjusting the tool or any parts on it.
Always keep a firm footing and keep your balance while
operating the hedge trimmer. Do not operate the hedge
trimmer while standing on a ladder or any other unstable
support.
Handle fuel with care; it is highly flammable. Never add
fuel to the hedge trimmer while the engine is running
or still hot.
Do not attempt to repair the hedge trimmer yourself;
have it repaired by a qualified technician.
Do not operate the hedge trimmer if the blade is
damaged or excessively worn.
To reduce the risk of fire, keep the engine and silencer
free of debris and leaves. Always wipe away spilled
lubricant before starting the tool.
Always ensure all handles and guards are properly fitted
when using the hedge trimmer. Never attempt to use
the tool if certain parts are missing or if the tool has
been fitted with parts or accessories other than the
genuine manufacturer's parts.
When operating the hedge trimmer, always hold it firmly
with both hands.
When transporting or storing the hedge trimmer, always
fit the blade cover.
Use this tool only for the purposes described in this
USER’S MANUAL.
Know how to stop the machine quickly in an emergency.
Model
Length x Width x Height
Dry Weight
Total Weight (With fuel and cover)
Blade Length
Engine Model
Engine Displacement
Fuel Tank Capacity
Carburettor
Ignition System
Spark Plug:
Make
Type
Electrode Gap
Fuel Mixture
Guaranteed Sound Power Level
(9300 rpm: racing)
Measured Sound Power Level
(9300 rpm: racing)
Vibration Level (9300 rpm: racing)
Front Handle
Rear Handle
PHT-2355M
980 x 245 x 230 mm
4.7 kg
5.1 kg
550 mm
PHT-2360MT
1015 x 245 x 230 mm
5.0 kg
5.4 kg
600 mm
LE230
22.5 cc
0.5 cc
Walbro Diaphragm Type
Solid State
PHT-2355M / PHT-2360MT
PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
NGK
BPMR6Y
0.6 ~ 0.7 mm
Use only unleaded petrol.
Mix it with 2-cycle air-cooled engine oil:
synthetic oil: 50:1 (2%)
mineral oil: 25:1 (4%)
107 dB(A)
105 dB(A)
11 m/s2
9 m/s2
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Always be aware of your surroundings and stay alert:
the noise made by the machine can cover other noises.
Mix and pour fuel outdoors, away from any sparks
or flames. Carefully remove the fuel tank cap after
stopping the engine.
Do not smoke near the fuel or while using the hedge
trimmer.
The hedge trimmer blades are extremely sharp. Do not
put hands or feet near or under any moving parts. Always
keep your body and clothes away from the moving parts.
If branches get caught in the blades, stop the engine
immediately and make sure that the blade movement
has stopped before carefully removing the branches.
Always wear gloves to check or adjust the tool.
Adjust the carburettor so that the blades do not move
when the throttle trigger is released.
Only genuine manufacturer's parts should be used as
replacement parts. The use of any other spare parts
may present a hazard or damage the tool.
Never touch the silencer or spark plug while the engine
is running.
Before using your hedge trimmer, make sure the ground
under you is stable. Do not use your hedge trimmer
in the rain.
Before using your hedge trimmer, check it carefully
for fuel leaks, defects and loose or damaged parts.
PHT-2355M / PHT-2360MT
DESCRIPTION
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
Front handle
Guard
Blade
Engine
Rear handle
Fuel tank
Recoil starter adjuster
Ignition switch
Throttle trigger
Lock lever
Choke lever
Primer pump
Overflow pipe
Pump
Grease nipple
Gearcase
Oil
Screw
Nut
Washer
26.
27.
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
34.
35.
36.
37.
Idle speed adjuster
Increase
Air cleaner cover
Filter element
Low speed mixture
adjuster
Adjuster
Throttle cable
Silencer cover
Cylinder cover
Screw
4 mm key
Wire
Fuel filter
Silencer
Spark plug
Push
To open
STANDARD ACCESSORIES
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BLADE COVER
3 - 4 mm HEX KEY
10 -19 mm SPANNER / PHILLIPS SCREWDRIVER
APPLICATION
1. Hedge cutting only.
10
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
STARTING YOUR HEDGE TRIMMER
(FIGURES 2, 3, 4)
WARNING:
• Mix and pour fuel outdoors, away from all sparks
or flames. Carefully remove the fuel cap after
stopping the engine. Do not smoke while refuelling
or mixing fuel.
• Handle fuel with care; it is highly flammable.
• Do not inhale fuel fumes as they are toxic.
• Before starting the engine, lock the rear handle
(PHT-2360MT).
CAUTION
• To avoid engine stalling, make sure the petrol
and oil are properly mixed.
• To prevent recoil starter damage, do not pull
the starter rope out completely.
• Do not release the starter rope suddenly from
its fully extended position. This could break
engine parts.
1. The use of unleaded petrol with synthetic oil is
recommended to reduce pollution. The mixture ratio
should be 50:1 (2%). If mineral oil is used, the mixture
ratio should be 25:1 (4%).
• Synthetic oil: “FC” oil grade in JASO scheme
• Mineral oil: “FB” oil grade in JASO scheme
2. Pour fuel into the fuel tank (6).
3. Turn on ( I ) the ignition switch (8).
4. The throttle trigger must be set to IDLE.
5. Move the choke lever (11) to the closed position ( ).
When the engine is warm (up to 15 minutes after
stopping), there is no need to operate the choke lever
and primer pump.
6. Push the primer pump several times and check that fuel
passes down through the overflow pipe (13).
7. Pull the recoil starter (rope) (7) vigorously to start the engine.
If the engine does not start, repeat step 6.
8. Once the engine has started, move the choke lever
to the open position ( ).
9. Then lift the hedge trimmer and pull the throttle trigger (9).
OPERATION
WARNING:
Ensure that there are no children, bystanders or pets
in the work area.
Always keep a firm footing and keep your balance
while operating the hedge trimmer.
Never touch the moving blade. Always keep your
body and clothes away from the moving blade.
If branches get caught in the blades, stop
the engine immediately and make sure that
the blade movement has stopped before carefully
removing the branches.
CAUTION
In order to prolong the life of the centrifugal clutch,
do not change too rapidly or too frequently from
a high to a low speed.
This hedge trimmer is designed for cutting and
trimming foliage and small branches up to 5 mm
in diameter. Although this hedge trimmer is capable
of cutting larger diameter branches, wear and tear
of the machine would be proportionally increased.
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Starting from idling, gradually squeeze the throttle trigger
to increase the speed of the hedge trimmer in a progressive
way. Wait till the engine has reached sufficient speed before
you start trimming.
Use only as much throttle as is needed to do the job.
Excessive engine speed is unnecessary.
SWIVELLING REAR HANDLE
(PHT-2360MT) (FIGURE 5)
The rear handle can be set in five different positions
by pulling the lock lever (10) and turning the rear handle.
It is extremely important that the handle be locked in
the selected position.
The throttle trigger will not work if the rear handle
is unlocked.
STOPPING YOUR HEDGE TRIMMER
(FIGURE 2)
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•
Release the throttle trigger (9).
Turn off ( O ) the ignition switch (8).
OPERATING YOUR HEDGE
TRIMMER (FIGURES 6, 7, 8, 9)
INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE
To keep the trimmer in good condition, perform regular and
thorough maintenance checks.
Time
Item
Cutting
device
Tool
Environment
Carburettor
Silencer
Air cleaner
Throttle cable
Gearcase
Before
Every
Operation 15 hours
Fuel filter
Every
100 hours
Check
Check
and clean
Check
Check
and clean
Check
and clean
Check
and adjust
Lubrication
Lubricate the gearcase with a good quality #2 lithium-base
grease. Use the grease nipple (15) to put grease into
the gearcase.
Lubricate the blades using a light oil (#10 wt.). The gearcase
and blades must be lubricated every 15 hours of operation.
If the hedge trimmer is used under severe conditions such
as high ambient temperatures (above 25°C) or for extended
periods of operation, the gearcase and blades must be
lubricated every 2 hours.
Lubricate at points 15, 16 and 17 as shown in Figure11.
Apply oil the whole length of the blades.
Adjusting the blades (Figure 12)
Blades that are too loose may vibrate, and will not provide
a clean, smooth cut. Conversely, blades that are too tight can
cause overloading which may damage the tool.
Loosen the nuts (19). Gently turn the screws (18) clockwise
until snug, then turn the screws back out one-fourth to a half.
While holding the screws in place, tighten the nuts firmly.
Replacing the blades
Replace the blades when damaged or excessively worn.
Have them replaced at your nearest Authorised Ryobi
Service Centre.
CARBURETTOR (FIGURES 13, 14)
CAUTION
The carburettor has been designed so that fuel
can be supplied at an optimal rate.
Do not change the setting of the low speed mixture
adjuster (25) unnecessarily. It may cause
the engine to stall or malfunction on acceleration
or deceleration.
Idle speed adjustment
Replace
Turn the idle speed adjuster (21) to the left or right to adjust
the idling speed. The idling speed should be such that the
trimmer blade does not move and the engine does not stop.
TOOL ENVIRONMENT
Lubricate
Check
and clean
Spark plug
Cylinder
cooling fins
Every
50 hours
WARNING
• Do not use the hedge trimmer if the cutting
device is damaged or excessively worn.
• Be sure to wear gloves when checking or adjusting
the cutting device.
The blade teeth must be sharpened with a grinder or file.
The blades must be replaced when excessively worn.
When using a grinder, only touch the blade teeth on the
grindstone lightly and briefly so that the teeth are not burned
by excessive heat.
The angle of the blade teeth to the blade body
is shown in Figure10.
PHT-2355M / PHT-2360MT
Avoid cutting excessively thick branches. This could damage
the tool and shorten the life of the drive system.
Tilting the trimmer 5-10 degree to your cutting object makes
the operation easier and assures a better cut.
Hold the trimmer firmly with both hands and keep it away
from your body. Always keep a stable footing when working
with your hedge trimmer.
When cutting the top surface, move the trimmer horizontally.
For a beautiful finish, cut in various directions by changing
your standing position.
Also, when cutting a side surface, cut leaves from the bottom
to the top.
CUTTING DEVICE (FIGURES 10, 11, 12)
Remove dirt and leaves that may accumulate on the tool.
Replace
SILENCER (FIGURE 19)
Clean
Replace
Check the outlet of the silencer (34) periodically. If it is clogged
with carbon, remove the carbon with a screwdriver.
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AIR CLEANER (FIGURE 14)
WARRANTY
1. Push (36) to open (37) the air cleaner cover (23).
2. Check the filter element (24) for stains. Wipe off any dirt.
If very dirty, clean the element with petrol. After drying,
it may be used again.
All Ryobi products are guaranteed against manufacturing
defects and defective parts for a period of twenty four (24)
months from the date stated on the original invoice drawn
up by the retailer and given to the end user.
Deterioration caused by normal wear and tear, unauthorised
or improper use or maintenance, or overload are excluded
from this guarantee as are accessories such as battery
packs, light bulbs, blades, fittings, bags, etc.
In the event of malfunction during the warranty period, please
take the NON-DISMANTLED product, along with the proof
of purchase, to your retailer or nearest Authorised Ryobi
Service Centre.
This warranty in no way affects your legal rights concerning
defective products.
PLAY ADJUSTMENT OF
THE THROTTLE CABLE (FIGURE 15)
1. Loosen the nut and turn the adjuster screw (26) until
the play in the throttle cable (27) is 0.5 to 1.5 mm.
2. Tighten the nut firmly.
SPARK PLUG (FIGURE 16)
The spark plug gap should be 0.6 to 0.7 mm.
Always keep the gap accurate. Clean the spark plug
periodically so it does not become clogged up with carbon,
oily substances, etc.
CYLINDER COOLING FINS (FIGURE 17)
Check that the engine is at ambient temperature, remove the
screw holding the silencer cover, then remove the silencer
cover (28). Loosen the cylinder cover screw (30) and lift off
the cylinder cover (29). Clean all dirt and debris from the
cooling fins and from around the cylinder base. Reinstall
the cylinder cover and the silencer cover.
FUEL FILTER (FIGURE 18)
PHT-2355M / PHT-2360MT
Remove the fuel cap. Using a wire hook (32), gently pull
the fuel filter (33) out through the fuel filter opening. Attach
a new fuel filter to the wire. Drop the fuel filter back into the
fuel tank (6). Make sure that the fuel filter is not stuck
at the bottom of the tank.
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STORAGE (FIGURE 19)
For long-term storage of the hedge trimmer, empty the fuel
tank. Run the engine to remove any fuel that may remain
in the carburettor. Remove the spark plug (35) and squirt
a small amount of oil into the cylinder.
Pull the starter rope once. Protect your eyes and keep your
face away from the spark plug opening. Reinstall the spark
plug. Liberally lubricate the blades with a light oil (#10 wt.).
Store the hedge trimmer in a dry place away from excessive
heat, sparks or open flame.
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DÉCLARATION DE CONFORMITÉ
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DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
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KONFORMITÄTSERKLÄRUNG
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DICHIARAZIONE DI CONFORMITÀ
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DECLARAÇÃO DE CONFORMIDADE
Declaramos com toda a responsabilidade que este produto
obedece às normas ou documentos normalizados seguintes:
EN292-2, CISPR 12:1997, EN 774
De acordo com as directivas 2000/14/CE, 98/37/CE e
89/336/CEE e seus complementos aplicáveis.
TODISTUS STANDARDIN-MUKAISUUDESTA
Ilmoitamme vastuunalaisesti, että tämä tuote on seuraavien
standardien ja normalisoitujen asiakirjojen mukainen: EN292-2,
CISPR 12:1997, EN 774
Direktiivien 2000/14/CE, 98/37/CE ja 89/336/CEE ja niiden
sovellettavien täydennysosien mukaisesti.
Dichiariamo sotto la nostra esclusiva responsabilità, che questo
prodotto è conforme alle norme o ai documenti normativi
seguenti: EN292-2, CISPR 12:1997, EN 774
In conformità alle direttive 2000/14/CE, 98/37/CE e
89/336/CEE ed ai complementi applicabili.
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SAMSVARSERKLÆRING
Vi erklærer på eget ansvar at dette produktet er i samsvar med
følgende standarder eller normative dokumenter: EN292-2,
CISPR 12:1997, EN 774
I samsvar med direktivene 2000/14/CE, 98/37/CE og
89/336/EØF og relevante tillegg.
Declaramos, bajo nuestra responsabilidad, que este producto
es conforme a las siguientes normas o documentos normalizados: EN292-2, CISPR 12:1997, EN 774
Conforme a las directivas 2000/14/CE, 98/37/CE y
89/336/CEE y sus complementos aplicables.
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KONFORMITETSERKLÆRING
Vi erklærer under fuldt ansvar, at dette produkt er i overensstemmelse med følgende standarder eller standardiseringsdokumenter: EN292-2, CISPR 12:1997, EN 774
Direktiv 2000/14/EF, 98/37/EF og 89/336/EØF samt gældende
tilføjelser.
Wir erklären in alleiniger Verantwortung, dass dieses Produkt
mit den folgenden Normen oder normativen Dokumenten übereinstimmt: EN292-2, CISPR 12:1997, EN 774
Gemäß den Richtlinien 2000/14/EU, 98/37/EU und
89/336/EWG und ihren gültigen Ergänzungen.
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FÖRSÄKRAN
Vi försäkrar härmed att denna produkt överensstämmer med
följande standarder eller standardiserade dokument: EN292-2,
CISPR 12:1997, EN 774
Enligt direktiven 2000/14/CE, 98/37/CE och 89/336/CEE och
deras tillämpliga tillägg.
We declare under our sole responsibility that this product is
in conformity with the following standards or standardised
documents: EN292-2, CISPR 12:1997, EN 774
Compliant with directives 2000/14/EC, 98/37/EC, 89/336/EEC
and applicable supplements.
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CONFORMITEITSVERKLARING
Wij verklaren onder onze verantwoordelijkheid dat dit product
overeenkomt met de volgende normen of genormaliseerde
documenten: EN292-2, CISPR 12:1997, EN 774
Overeenkomstig richtlijnen 2000/14/EG, 98/37/EEG en
89/336/EEG en de daarop betrekking hebbende aanvullingen.
Nous déclarons en toute responsabilité que ce produit est
conforme aux normes ou documents normalisés suivants :
EN292-2, CISPR 12:1997, EN 774
Conformément aux directives 2000/14/CE, 98/37/CE et
89/336/CEE et leurs compléments applicables.
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∆ηλώνουµε µε κάθε ευθύνη πως το προϊν αυτ
συµµορφώνεται
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τα
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τυποποιηµένα έγγραφα: EN292-2, CISPR 12:1997,
EN 774
Σύµφωνο µε τις οδηγίες 2000/14/CE, 98/37/CE και
89/336/CEE και τα εφαρµσιµα συµπληρώµατά τους.
Machine: PETROL HEDGE TRIMMER
Type: PHT-2355M / PHT-2360MT
Name of company:
Address:
RYOBI TECHNOLOGIES S.A.
Z.I. PARIS NORD II
209, RUE DE LA BELLE ÉTOILE
95700 ROISSY EN FRANCE
FRANCE
Name/Title:
RYOBI TECHNOLOGIES (UK) LTD.
ANVIL HOUSE, TUNS LANE,
HENLEY-ON-THAMES,
OXFORDSHIRE, RG9 1SA
UNITED KINGDOM
Name/Title:
RYOBI TECHNOLOGIES GMBH
ITTERPARK 9
D-40724 HILDEN
GERMANY
Name/Title:
Name of company:
Address:
Name of company:
Address:
Michel Violleau
Président/Directeur Général
Signature:
Derrick Marshall
Managing Director
Signature:
Signature:
Walter Martin Eichinger
General Manager
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CONSIGNES DE SÉCURITÉ
ATTENTION ! Veuillez lire les instructions
suivantes avant toute tentative d'utilisation
de l'outil. Conservez ces instructions.
1) L'application de procédures d'entretien
inappropriées, l'utilisation de composants inadaptés ou encore le retrait
des dispositifs de sécurité sont des
pratiques extrêmement dangereuses.
Soyez très attentif.
2) Veillez à toujours porter des lunettes
de sécurité ou un écran facial pour
protéger vos yeux et votre visage.
Utilisez toujours des protections
auditives. Ne portez pas de vêtements
amples, de bijoux, de pantalons courts
ou de sandales et ne travaillez jamais
pieds nus.
3) N'utilisez pas l'outil si vous êtes sous
l'emprise de l'alcool ou de drogues, ou
si vous prenez des médicaments.
4) L'outil doit être utilisé dans une
position de fonctionnement normal
telle que décrite dans le manuel
d'utilisation.
5) Ne faites jamais démarrer l'outil et ne
l'utilisez pas dans une pièce ou un
bâtiment fermé ; l'inhalation des fumées
d'échappement peut entraîner la mort.
6) Inspectez l'outil avant chaque utilisation.
Remplacez les pièces endommagées.
Assurez-vous que l'outil ne présente
pas de fuite de carburant.
7) Pour les têtes de filament, utilisez
uniquement les câbles flexibles et nonmétalliques recommandés par le
fabricant. Ainsi, n'utilisez jamais de fil
d'acier ou de câble en fils d'acier. Ils
pourraient se rompre et se transformer
en projectiles extrêmement dangereux.
8) Assurez-vous que le protège-lame
destiné au système de coupe est
adapté et qu'il est fixé correctement,
dans la position recommandée par le
fabricant. Assurez-vous que le système
de coupe est installé correctement et
fixé solidement.
9) Lorsque vous arrêtez l'outil, assurezvous que le système de coupe a cessé
de tourner avant de ranger l'outil.
10) Assurez-vous que le système de coupe
a cessé de tourner lorsque le moteur
est au repos.
11) Mélangez et injectez le carburant à
l'extérieur, dans un lieu exempt
d'étincelles et de flammes. Retirez
soigneusement le bouchon du réservoir
après avoir arrêté le moteur. Ne fumez
pas lorsque vous réinjectez du
carburant ou lorsque vous mélangez
du carburant.
12) Essuyez soigneusement l'outil si vous
avez répandu du carburant. Avant de
mettre le moteur en marche, éloignezvous de trois mètres au moins de la
zone où vous avez manipulé le
carburant.
13) Si possible, nettoyez la zone de coupe
avant d'utiliser l'outil. Retirez les
pierres, débris de verre, clous, câbles
métalliques, cordes et autres objets
qui pourraient être projetés ou se
prendre dans le système de coupe.
14) Éloignez les enfants, les visiteurs et
les animaux domestiques de la zone
de travail. Les enfants, visiteurs et
assistants éventuels doivent se tenir
dans un rayon de 15 mètres à l'écart
de l'élagueuse/débroussailleuse. Si
une personne s'approche de votre
zone de travail, arrêtez immédiatement
le moteur et le système de coupe.
15) Soyez toujours solidement campé sur
vos pieds et veillez à maintenir votre
équilibre.
16) Veillez à maintenir le système de coupe
au-dessous du niveau de votre taille.
17) Veillez à maintenir toutes les parties de
votre corps à distance du système de
coupe rotatif et des surfaces chaudes.
18) Cet outil est destiné exclusivement aux
applications décrites dans le MANUEL
D'UTILISATION.
19) Sécurisez l'outil avant de le ranger ou
de le transporter afin d'éviter les dégâts,
blessures et fuites de carburant.
20) Appliquez les techniques de coupe
recommandées.
21) Utilisez exclusivement les systèmes de
coupe recommandés par le fabricant et
présentant une vitesse rotative potentielle supérieure à celle indiquée sur
l'outil.
22) Utilisez le harnais.
23) Observez fréquemment des pauses
lorsque vous utilisez l'outil afin d'éviter
l'apparition de la "maladie de Raynaud",
pathologie pouvant être provoquée par
les vibrations subies durant une
utilisation prolongée.
Si vous utilisez cette machine comme
débroussailleuse, prêtez une attention
toute particulière aux instructions
suivantes.
24) Avant toute utilisation, assurez-vous
que le harnais est équipé du système
de décrochage rapide.
25) Une poussée de la lame peut intervenir
si la lame en rotation entre en contact
avec un objet solide dans la zone
critique. Une réaction mécanique
extrêmement dangereuse peut alors
se produire et projeter violemment
l'outil et son utilisateur. Cette réaction
s'appelle le rebond. Dans de telles
conditions, l'utilisateur peut perdre le
contrôle de l'outil, ce dernier risquant
alors de provoquer des blessures
graves, voire mortelles. Le rebond est
plus susceptible de survenir dans une
zone où il est difficile de voir le
matériau à couper. Soyez très vigilant.
26) Jetez les lames tordues, gauchies,
fissurées, brisées ou endommagées
de quelque manière que ce soit.
27) Arrêtez la lame si elle continue de
tourner par inertie. Une lame peut
blesser si elle continue son mouvement
rotatif après l'arrêt du moteur ou
lorsque la commande de puissance
est relâchée.
28) Pensez à couvrir la lame au moment
du stockage et pendant le transport.
23) Ne fixez aucune lame à l'outil sans avoir
au préalable installé correctement
toutes les pièces nécessaires. Si vous
n'utilisez pas les pièces adaptées, la
lame risque d'être projetée et de
blesser grièvement l'utilisateur et/ou
les autres personnes présentes.
30) Arrêtez le moteur et la lame avant de
retirer le matériau qui bloque ou se
prend dans le système de coupe.
31) Utilisez une lame aiguisée. Une lame
émoussée est plus susceptible de
rebondir.
32) Coupez seulement des matériaux
recommandés par le fabricant.
Ne laissez pas la lame entrer en
contact avec des matériaux qu'elle ne
peut pas couper, comme des pierres,
du métal, etc.
33) Portez toujours des bottes de sécurité.
Le port d'un casque est nécessaire en
cas de chutes possibles d'objets.
34) Tenez fermement la poignée de l'outil
et écartez vos jambes pour garantir à
la fois votre confort et la répartition
équitable de votre poids sur vos deux
pieds.
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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING! Read all these instructions
before attempting to operate this tool.
Save these instructions.
When using this machine as a brushcutter,
pay special attention to the following
instructions.
1) Improper maintenance, use of nonconforming components and removal
of safety devices are all very dangerous.
Pay careful attention.
2) Always wear safety goggles or a face
mask to protect your eyes and face.
Always wear ear protectors. Do not
wear loose clothing, jewellery, shorts,
sandals, or work barefoot.
3) Do not operate this tool when under the
influence of alcohol, drugs or medication.
4) This tool must only be used in the
normal operating position described in
the User’s Manual.
5) Never start or run the tool in an
enclosed room or building; inhaling
exhaust fumes can kill.
6) Always inspect the tool before you
use it. Replace any damaged parts.
Make sure there are no fuel leaks.
7) For filament heads, use only flexible,
non-metallic line recommended by the
manufacturer. Never use, for example,
steel wire or cable. They can break off
and become extremely dangerous
missiles.
8) Be sure that the guard for the cutting
attachment is the appropriate one,
properly attached, and in the position
recommended by the manufacturer.
Make sure that the cutting attachment
is properly installed and securely
fastened.
9) When you turn off the tool, make sure
that the cutting attachment has stopped
before putting the tool away.
10) Make sure that the cutting attachment
stops turning when the engine idles.
11) Mix and pour fuel in a place where there
are no sparks or flames. Slowly remove
the fuel cap after stopping the engine.
Do not smoke while refuelling or mixing
fuel.
12) Wipe spilled fuel from the tool. Move at
least 3 m away from the fuelling site
before starting the engine.
13) When possible, clear the area to be cut
before using the tool. Remove all objects
such as stones, broken glass, nails, wire
or string which can be thrown or become
entangled in the cutting attachment
14) Ensure that there are no children,
bystanders or pets in the work area.
Keep
all
children,
bystanders
and helpers outside a 15 m radius of
the trimmer/brushcutter. If someone
approaches your work area, stop the
engine and cutting attachment
immediately.
15) Always keep a firm footing and keep
your balance.
16) Always keep the cutting attachment
below waist level.
17) Keep all parts of your body away from
the rotating cutting attachment and hot
surfaces.
18) Use only for the purposes described in
the USER'S MANUAL.
19) Secure the tool before storing or
transporting it to prevent damage, injury
or fuel leaks.
20) Follow recommended cutting techniques.
21) Use only the cutting attachments
recommended by the manufacturer and
which have a higher permitted rotational
speed than that indicated on the
machine.
22) Use the harness.
23) When you use this machine, take
sufficient breaks to prevent “Raynaud’s
disease” which may be caused by
vibration due to long term operation.
24) Before using this tool, ensure that the
harness is equipped with the quick
release mechanism.
25) Blade thrust may occur when the
spinning blade comes into contact with
a solid object in the critical area.
A dangerous reaction may then occur
causing the tool and operator to be
violently thrown. This reaction is called
kick-back. As a result, the operator can
lose control of the tool which can cause
a serious or fatal injury. Kick-back is
more likely to occur in an area where it
is difficult to see the material to be cut.
Be extremely cautious.
26) Discard blades that are bent, warped,
cracked, broken or damaged in any way.
27) Stop the blade from coasting. A blade
can injure while it continues to spin after
the engine (or motor) is stopped or the
throttle control is released.
28) Cover the blade when storing and
during transport.
29) Correctly mount all required parts before
you attach a blade to the tool. Failure to
use the proper parts can cause the
blade to fly off and seriously injure the
operator and/or bystanders.
30) Stop the engine (or motor) and blade
before removing material that is blocking
the cutting attachment or entangled in it.
31) Use a sharp blade. A dull blade is more
likely to kick back.
32) Only cut materials recommended by the
manufacturer. Do not let the blade come
into contact with material it cannot cut
such as stones, metal, etc.
33) Always wear safety boots. Additionally,
a helmet is required if there is a risk of
contact with falling objects.
34) Grip the handle firmly and move your
legs apart so that you are comfortable
and your weight is spread evenly on
each foot.
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