16˝ electric chain saw

16˝ ELECTRIC
CHAIN SAW
Model # 4017
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ease of operation, and operator safety. When properly cared for, this product will supply you years
of rugged, trouble-free performance. Pay close attention to the rules for safe operation, warnings,
and cautions. If you use your tool properly and for intended purpose, you will enjoy years of safe,
reliable service.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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Technical Data
General Safety Rules
Specific Safety Rules For Chain Saws
Electrical Information
Know Your Chain Saws
Assembly and Adjustments
Operation
Maintenance
Troubleshooting Guide
Exploded View and Parts List
Warranty
TECHNICAL DATA
Model Number:
Motor:
Saw Chain:
Speed (no load):
Oil Tank Capacity:
Weight:
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4017
120 V, 60 Hz, 12A
16 inch, Oregon
44.2 feet per second
3.4 ounces
10 pounds
GENERAL SAFETY RULES
Safety is a combination of common sense, staying alert and knowing how your item works. SAVE THESE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
WARNING: To avoid mistakes and serious injury, do not plug in your tool
until the following steps have been read and understood.
1. READ and become familiar with this entire instruction manual. LEARN the tool’s applications, limitations, and
possible hazards.
2. AVOID DANGEROUS CONDITIONS. Do not use power tools in wet or damp areas or expose them to rain.
Keep work areas well lit.
3. DO NOT use power tools in the presence of flammable liquids or gases.
4. ALWAYS keep your work area clean, uncluttered, and well lit. DO NOT work on floor surfaces that are slippery
with sawdust or wax.
5. KEEP BYSTANDERS AT A SAFE DISTANCE from the work area, especially when the tool is operating.
NEVER allow children or pets near the tool.
6. DO NOT FORCE THE TOOL to do a job for which it was not designed.
7. DRESS FOR SAFETY. Do not wear loose clothing, gloves, neckties, or jewelry (rings, watches, etc.) when operating the tool. Inappropriate clothing and items can get caught in moving parts and draw you in. ALWAYS wear
non-slip footwear and tie back long hair.
8. WEAR A FACE MASK OR DUST MASK to fight the dust produced by sawing operations.
WARNING: Dust generated from certain materials can be hazardous to your
health. Always operate the tool in a well-ventilated area and provide for proper
dust removal. Use dust collection systems whenever possible.
9. ALWAYS remove the power cord plug from the electrical outlet when making adjustments, changing parts,
cleaning, or working on the tool.
10. KEEP GUARDS IN PLACE AND IN WORKING ORDER.
11. AVOID ACCIDENTAL START-UPS. Make sure the power switch is in the OFF position before plugging in
the power cord.
12. REMOVE ADJUSTMENT TOOLS. Always make sure all adjustment tools are removed from the saw before
turning it on.
13. NEVER LEAVE A RUNNING TOOL UNATTENDED. Turn the power switch to OFF. Do not leave the
tool until it has come to a complete stop.
14. NEVER STAND ON A TOOL. Serious injury could result if the tool tips or is accidentally hit. DO NOT store
anything above or near the tool.
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GENERAL SAFETY RULES
15. DO NOT OVERREACH. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. Wear oil-resistant rubber-soled footwear. Keep the floor clear of oil, scrap, and other debris.
16. MAINTAIN TOOLS PROPERLY. ALWAYS keep tools clean and in good working order. Follow instructions for lubricating and changing accessories.
17. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS. Check for alignment of moving parts, jamming, breakage, improper
mounting, or any other conditions that may affect the tool’s operation. Any part that is damaged should be properly
repaired or replaced before use.
18. DO NOT operate the tool if you are under the influence of drugs, alcohol, or medication that may affect your
ability to properly use the tool.
19. USE SAFETY GOGGLES AT ALL TIMES that comply with ANSI Z87.1. Normal safety glasses only have
impact resistant lenses and are not designed for safety. Wear a face or dust mask when working in a dusty environment. Use ear protection such as plugs or muffs during extended periods of operation.
SPECIFIC RULES FOR CHAIN SAWS
WARNING: Do not let comfort or familiarity with product (gained from repeated
use) replace strict adherence to product safety rules. If you use this tool unsafely or
incorrectly, you can suffer serious personal injury!
1. Keep all parts of the body away from the saw chain when the chain saw is operating. Before you start the chain
saw, make sure the saw chain is not contacting anything.
2. Always hold the chain saw with your right hand on the rear handle and your left hand on the front handle. Holding the chain saw in the opposite manner can result in an increased risk of serious injury to the user.
3. Only hold the power tool by the insulated gripping surfaces to avoid electric shock in case the saw chain contacts
its own cord or hidden wiring. Saw chains contacting a live wire may make exposed metal parts of the power tool
live and can give the operator an electric shock.
4. Keep the saw chain away from any cords or extension cables.
5. Wear safety glasses and hearing protection. Protective equipment for hands, legs, head and feet is also highly
recommended. Protective clothing greatly reduces the risk of personal injury from loose debris or accidental contact
with the saw chain.
6. Do not operate the chain saw while standing in a tree. Only operate the chain saw from a firm, level surface fixed
on the ground. Always keep proper footing during operation. Slippery or unstable surfaces such as ladders may
cause a loss of balance or control.
7. When cutting a limb that is under tension, be alert for spring back. When tension from wood fibers and branches
is suddenly released, the limb may fly in unpredictable ways, possibly resulting in kickback and injury to the user.
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SPECIFIC RULES FOR CHAIN SAWS
8. Use extreme caution when cutting brush and saplings. The slender material may catch the saw chain, whipping
towards you or pulling you off balance.
9. Carry the chain saw by the front handle with the chain saw switched off and away from your body. When transporting or storing the chain saw always protect the blade with a scabbard (blade cover).
10. Routinely lubricate, adjust chain tension, and check blades for dullness. Follow these instructions closely to
minimize kickback and maximize the lifespan of the tool.
11. Keep handles dry, clean and free of oil and grease. Slippery handles increase the chances of losing control.
12. Only use this chain saw to cut wood. Do not cut plastic, masonry or other non-wood materials. Do not use this
chain saw for anything other than its intended purpose. Let the saw work at its own pace.
REDUCING KICKBACK:
Kickback can occur when the tip of the guide bar touches an object or when the wood closes in and pinches the saw
chain inside of the cut. Tip contact can kick the guide bar up and back towards the operator. Pinching the saw chain
along the top of the guide bar can push the bar rapidly towards the operator. Either of these reactions may cause a
loss in control of the chain saw, increasing the chances of serious personal injury. Do not rely on the safety devices
built into the saw. Chain saw users should take as many precautions as possible to minimize on-site accidents. Kickback is the result of tool misuse and/or incorrect operating procedures. These conditions can be minimized with
the following steps:
1. Maintain a firm grip, with thumbs and fingers encircling the chain saw handles. Both hands should be on the saw
with your body and arms in a position to resist kickback forces.
2. Do not overreach and do not cut above shoulder height. Keep the work area free from obstructions.
3. Only use replacement bars and chains specified by WEN. Replace dull blades as necessary.
4. Do not let the tip of the guide bar contact any surfaces.
5. Keep proper tension of your blade at all times. Check the tension at regular intervals. Unplug the tool before
making any adjustments to the blade or the machine.
6. Cuts should only take place while the chain is moving at full speed. Do not turn the saw ON or OFF in the middle
of a cut. Use extreme caution when re-entering a previous cut.
7. Cut one log at a time. Do not attempt plunge or bore cuts. Watch for shifting logs or other external forces that
could close a cut and pinch the chain.
8. Make a precut on the opposite side of the log to avoid the blade from being pinched during operation as another
safeguard against kickback.
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ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
GROUNDING INSTRUCTIONS
IN THE EVENT OF A MALFUNCTION OR BREAKDOWN, grounding provides the path of least resistance
for an electric current and reduces the risk of electric shock. This tool is equipped with an electric cord that has an
equipment grounding conductor and a grounding plug. The plug MUST be plugged into a matching outlet that is
properly installed and grounded in accordance with ALL local codes and ordinances.
DO NOT MODIFY THE PLUG PROVIDED. If it will not fit the outlet, have the proper outlet installed by a
licensed electrician.
IMPROPER CONNECTION of the equipment grounding conductor can result in electric shock. The conductor with the green insulation (with or without yellow stripes) is the equipment grounding conductor. If repair or
replacement of the electric cord or plug is necessary, DO NOT connect the equipment grounding conductor to a
live terminal.
CHECK with a licensed electrician or service personnel if you do not completely understand the grounding instructions or whether the tool is properly grounded.
CAUTION: In all cases, make certain the outlet in question is properly grounded. If you are not sure, have a licensed electrician check the outlet.
WARNING: Do not expose to rain or use in damp locations.
GUIDELINES FOR USING EXTENSION CORDS
Make sure your extension cord is in good condition. When using an extension cord, be sure to use one heavy
enough to carry the current your product will draw. An undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting
in loss of power and overheating. The table below shows the correct size to be used according to cord length and
nameplate ampere rating. When in doubt, use a heavier cord. The smaller the gauge number, the heavier the cord.
AMPERAGE
12 A
REQUIRED GAUGE FOR EXTENSION CORDS
25 ft.
50 ft.
100 ft.
150 ft.
16 gauge
16 gauge
14 gauge
10 gauge
Make sure your extension cord is properly wired and in good condition. Always replace a damaged extension cord
or have it repaired by a qualified person before using it.
Protect your extension cords from sharp objects, excessive heat and damp/wet areas.
Use a separate electrical circuit for your tools. This circuit must not be less than a #12 wire and should be protected
with a 15 A time-delayed fuse. Before connecting the motor to the power line, make sure the switch is in the OFF
position and the electric current is rated the same as the current stamped on the motor nameplate. Running at a
lower voltage will damage the motor.
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KNOW YOUR CHAIN SAW
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Power Cable
Rear Handle
Safety Button (not shown - opposite side of handle)
Trigger Switch
Oil Cap
Sprocket Cover
Bar Adjustment Locking Knob
Front Handle
Front Hand Guard
Guide Bar
Saw Chain
Chain Tensioning Wheel
Oil Level Indicator
Cable Strain Relief Notch
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ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENTS
WARNING: Always be sure that the tool is switched off and unplugged before
adjusting, adding accessories, or checking a function on the tool.
ASSEMBLY OF GUIDE BAR AND SAW CHAIN
1. Place the saw body on a firm and level surface.
2. Rotate the bar adjust locking knob counterclockwise (Figure A - 1) to remove the cover from the saw’s body.
3. With the help of protective gloves, wrap the saw chain
around the guide bar, making sure that the teeth are aimed
in the direction of rotation. The chain should be properly set
in the slot running along the entire outside edge of the guide
bar.
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Fig. A
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4. Place the saw chain around the sprocket (Figure B - 1)
while lining up the slot in the guide bar with the internal bolt
(Figure B - 2) at the base of the saw and the chain tensioning pin (Figure B - 3) in the guide bar’s pin hole. The chain
tensioning pin may need adjustment to properly align with
the hole in the guide bar. Use the chain tensioning wheel to
adjust its location until it fits in the guide bar.
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Fig. B
5. Turn the chain tensioning wheel to preliminarily tighten
the guide bar enough that it stays in place. While holding the
bar still, place the cover back onto the saw. Make sure the tab
properly lines up with the slot on the body of the saw (Figure
C). Lock the cover in place with the cover locking knob by
turning it clockwise until it engages. Adjust tension (next).
Fig. C
TENSIONING THE CHAIN
1. Check the chain tension by pulling the saw chain away from the guide bar. A properly tensioned chain should
have roughly 1/8 inch (3 mm) of distance between itself and the bar guide (Fig. D).
2. If adjustments are needed, loosen the bar adjustment locking knob one full turn.
3. To adjust the saw chain tension, rotate the chain tensioning wheel (Fig. E). Rotating the wheel upwards increases the tension while rotating it downwards decreases tension. A properly tensioned chain should have no sag (Fig.
F) and should only be able to be pulled 1/8 inch (3 mm) away from the guide bar of the saw.
4. Once the chain is properly tensioned, tighten the bar adjustment locking knob. Do not over-tension the chain:
this will lead to excessive wear and reduces the life of both the bar and chain.
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NOTE: The saw chain must be tensioned properly in order to ensure safe operation. The chain tension is optimal if the saw chain can be lifted 1/8 inch (3 mm) from the center of the guide bar. Since the saw chain heats up
during operation, its length can therefore fluctuate. Check the chain tension every 10 minutes of operation and
adjust as necessary, particularly for new saw chains. Slacken the saw chain after the work is completed since it
shortens when cooling down. In doing so, you can elongate the chain’s life and prevent damage.
ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENTS
REPLACING THE CHAIN
1. Rotate the bar adjustment locking knob and remove the
cover of the saw’s body (see Assembly of Guide Bar and
Chain for more details - Page 8).
2. Lift the worn saw chain out of the fitted slot in the guide
bar.
Fig. D
WARNING - when handling saw chains,
always wear protective gloves.
3. Place the new chain in this position, making sure the
teeth are facing the correct direction and that the edge of the
chain fits into the slot around the guide bar.
4. Replace the cover. Adjust tension before operating.
Fig. E
FILLING THE AUTO OIL SYSTEM
This chain saw features an auto-oiling system to keep the
chain and guide bar properly lubricated. The oil level indicator shows the remaining oil in the chain saw. If the oil level
decreases to below one quarter capacity, refill it with the
proper bar and chain oil. To fill the oil reservoir:
1. Remove the oil cap. Fill the reservoir with bar and chain
oil until the oil level has reached full capacity.
Fig. F
2. Put the oil cap back on. Make sure to check the oil level
after every 10 minutes of use. Unplug the chain saw before
checking oil levels or filling the oil reservoir.
USING THE CABLE STRAIN RELIEF NOTCH
The notch underneath the trigger switch helps to wrangle
an extension cord to ensure that the saw does not become
unplugged during operation. To use this notch:
Fig. G
1. Double the extension cord and loop it around the notch
(Fig. H).
2. Gently pull on the cord to make sure that it is secure.
3. Plug the end of the chain saw’s power cord into the end
of the extension cord.
Fig. H
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OPERATION
PREPARATION
Before each use, check the following items to ensure safe working conditions.
CHAIN SAW: before beginning work, inspect the chain saw for damage to the housing, the extension cord, the
saw chain and the guide bar. Never use an obviously damaged machine.
OIL TANK: check the fill level of the oil tank. Also check whether there is sufficient oil available while working.
Never operate the saw if there is no oil or the oil level has dropped below the minimum oil level mark in order
to prevent damage to the chain saw. On average, an oil filling is sufficient for approximately 10 minutes of cutting
operation (depending the duration of pauses and the density of the workpiece).
SAW CHAIN: check the tension of the saw and the condition of the blades. The sharper the saw chain is, the
easier and more manageable operations will be. The same applies to chain tension. Check the tension every 10
minutes of operation to maximize safety. New saw chains in particular are subject to changes due to the heat created by operation.
PROTECTIVE CLOTHING: make absolutely sure to wear the appropriate close-fitting protective clothing such
as protective pants, gloves and safety shoes. Wear a safety helmet with integrated hearing protection and a face
guard to provide protection against falling and recoiling branches.
SAFETY WARNINGS
1. In order to ensure safe work, do not operate the saw above shoulder height.
2. Never stand below a branch that is being sawed.
3. Exercise caution when sawing both branches under tension or branches that are splintering.
4. Make sure to safe guard against the risk of injury from falling branches and flying wood projectiles.
5. If the machine is in operation, keep persons and animals away from the danger area.
6. The machine is not protected against electric shock when coming into contact with high-voltage lines. Maintain
a minimum clearance of 30 feet from current-carrying power lines to avoid life-threatening electric shock.
7. When working on an incline, always stand above or to the side of the branch being sawed.
8. Allow the chain to cut for you. Keep the saw running at full speed for the entire duration of the cut.
ON/OFF SWITCH
To turn the tool ON: press the safety button (Fig. I - 1) and
then squeeze the trigger (Fig. I - 2). After the tool has started,
you can release the safety switch without turning the tool off.
To turn the tool OFF: release the trigger switch (Fig. I - 2).
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Fig. I
OPERATION
SAWING TECHNIQUES
Saw off the lower branches on the tree first. By doing so, it is easier for the cut branches to fall to the ground.
At the end of the cut, the weight of the saw suddenly increases for the user since it is no longer being supported by
a branch. There is a risk of losing control of the saw, so make sure to stay alert during the entire sawing operation.
Only pull the saw out of a cut while the saw is running. By doing so, you prevent the chain from jamming in the
wood.
Do not saw with the tip of the guide bar. Do not saw into the branch formations (where the tree branches outwards). This will impede the tree’s ability to heal.
For sawing off smaller branches, place the stop face of the saw on the branch. This prevents unwanted movements
of the saw at the beginning of the cut. While applying light pressure, guide the saw through the branch from top to
bottom.
For sawing off larger branches, first make a relief cut. Saw through 1/3 of the branch diameter from the bottom to
top using the top side of the guide bar. Then saw from top to bottom for the other 2/3 using the bottom side of
the guide bar. Saw off longer branches in sections in order to maintain control over the location of impact.
PREVENTING KICKBACK
The term kickback refers to when the saw suddenly jumps up and back. This is usually caused by the workpiece
coming into contact with the guide bar tip or the clamping of the saw chain.
A kickback generates an abrupt powerful force. The saw usually reacts in an uncontrolled manner, creating the
possibility of injury to the user.
The danger of a kickback is greatest when attempting to cut near or with the guide bar tip. Always apply the saw as
flatly as possible in order avoid a loss of control during operation.
WARNING: Do not cut down trees in high wind conditions. This can result in injury and should only be performed by a trained professional.
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MAINTENANCE
CLEANING
Regularly clean the tensioning mechanisms by blowing compressed air onto it or by cleaning it with a brush. Do
not use any tools for the cleaning.
Keep the oil away from the handle in order to ensure a secure hold.
Clean the machine as necessary with a damp cloth and a mild cleanser, if appropriate.
If the chain saw is not used for an extended period of time, remove the chain oil from the tank. Briefly place the
chain and the guide bar in an oil bath and then wrap in oil paper to dry.
Always replace the protective cover for transport or storage of the chain saw. Secure the tool during transport to
avoid damage or injuries. Unplug the power supply before cleaning. Never immerse the machine in water or other
liquids. Store the chain saw in a safe and dry area away from children.
REPLACING THE SAW CHAIN AND GUIDE BAR
The guide bar must be replaced if the groove of the guide is worn out or the spur wheel in the guide bar is damaged or worn out.
CHECKING THE AUTOMATIC CHAIN LUBRICATION
Regularly check the functionality of the automatic chain lubrication in order to prevent overheating and the subsequent damage to the guide bar and saw chain associated with it. For this purpose, align the guide bar tip against a
smooth surface (board, cut-in of a tree) and allow the chain saw to run. If an increasing amount of oil appears, the
automatic chain lubrication functions properly.
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
PROBLEM
Saw does not
operate properly
CAUSE
SOLUTION
No power supply
Check the power supply.
Defective outlet
Try a different source of power. Change as
necessary.
Damaged Extension cable
Check cable and replace if necessary.
Safety button not pushed
Push the safety button before pulling the
trigger.
Overheating
Chain/Bar
Chain too tight
Adjust the chain tension.
Lubrication needed
Check the oil levels and add oil as necessary.
Loose Chain
Chain tension set incorrectly
Adjust chain tension.
Chain tension set incorrectly
Adjust chain tension.
Chain needs to be sharpened.
Either sharpen or replace the chain.
Chain needs replacement.
Replace the chain.
Chain installed backwards.
Install the chain with the blades facing the
correct direction.
Poor Cut Quality
Unit runs but
does not cut.
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No.
Part Number
Part Description
Qty
No.
Part Number
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1-1
1-2
1-3
1-4
2
3
3-1
3-2
3-3
3-4
3-5
3-6
3-7
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
4017-001
4017-002
4017-003
4017-004
4017-005
4017-006
4017-007
4017-008
4017-009
4017-010
4017-011
4017-012
4017-013
4017-014
4017-015
4017-016
4017-017
4017-018
4017-019
4017-020
4017-021
4017-022
4017-023
4017-024
4017-025
Oil Tank Cap Assembly
Cap Cover
Oil Tank Cap
Seal Ring
Hanger
The Oil Tank Opening Sealing Ring
Oil Tank Assembly
Valve
Oil Tank
Oil Box Joint Core Plug
Sponge
Oil Tank Delivery Connection
Oil Tank Joint Rubber Sleeve
Transparent Oil Hosing
Power Line
Cable Sheath
Power Cable Screws
Cable Clamp
Connector
Copper Strip
Connecting Wire
Connecting Wire
Switch Spring
Switch Button
Anti Lock Button Spring
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
26-9
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
34-1
34-2
34-3
34-4
35
36
37
38
38-1
38-2
38-3
38-4
38-5
39
40
40-1
4017-048
4017-049
4017-050
4017-051
4017-052
4017-053
4017-054
4017-055
4017-056
4017-057
4017-058
4017-059
4017-060
4017-061
4017-062
4017-063
4017-064
4017-065
4017-066
4017-067
4017-068
4017-069
4017-070
4017-071
4017-072
Hexagon Nut
Brush
Brush Cover
Brush Cover Screws
Motor Housing
Brake Handle Screw
Brake Washer
Brake Handle
Oil Pump Subassembly
Worm Gear End
Worm Gear
Oil Pump
Oil Pump Screws
Transparent Oil Hosing
Oil Nozzle
Oring
Output Shaft Subassembly
Hex Lock Nut
608Z Bearing
Output Shaft Gear
Output Shaft
6900 Bearing
Dust Shield
Right Housing Sub Assembly
Right Housing Plug
2
2
2
4
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
15
4017-026
Lock Button
1
40-2
4017-073
Bumper Screws
2
16
4017-027
Plug Screw
1
40-3
4017-074
Clamp
1
17
4017-028
Microswitch
1
40-4
4017-075
M8 Stud
1
18
4017-029
Connecting Wire
1
40-5
4017-076
Right Housing
1
19
4017-030
Hexagon Nut With Flange
1
40-6
4017-077
Blade Adjustment Assembly
1
20
4017-031
Motor Gear
1
40-7
4017-078
Blade Adjustment Wheel
1
21
4017-032
Motor Gear Bushing
1
40-8
4017-079
Bumper
1
22
4017-033
Motor Plate Screws
11
40-9
4017-080
Countersunk Bumper Screws
2
23
4017-034
Left Housing
1
Oil-Out Seal Ring
1
24
4017-035
40-10 4017-081
Part Description
Qty
Rotor Subassembly
1
41
4017-082
Tensioning Spring
1
24-1 4017-036
Bearing
1
42
4017-083
Sprocket
1
24-2 4017-037
Rotor
1
43
4017-084
Chain Gear Baffle
1
24-3 4017-038
Bearing
1
44
4017-085
Clip
1
25
4017-039
Washer
1
45
4017-086
Main Housing Screws
11
26
4017-040
Stator Subassembly
1
46
4017-087
Recessed Housing Screws
1
26-1 4017-041
Stator Screw
2
47
4017-088
Chain
1
26-2 4017-042
Spring Washer
2
48
4017-089
Bar
1
26-3 4017-043
Flat Gasket
2
49
4017-090
Blade Adjustment Cover Assembly
1
26-4 4017-044
Front Stator Housing
1
49-1
4017-091
Knob
1
26-5 4017-045
Stator
1
49-2
4017-092
Spindle
1
26-6 4017-046
Motor Back
1
49-3
4017-093
Adjustment Cover
1
26-7 4017-047
Brush Mount
2
49-4
4017-094
End Cap Seal Ring
1
26-8 4017-048
Washer
2
50
4017-095
Blade Cover
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LIMITED TWO YEARS WARRANTY
WEN Products is committed to building tools that are dependable for years. Our warranties are consistent with
this commitment and our dedication to quality.
LIMITED WARRANTY OF WEN CONSUMER POWER TOOLS PRODUCTS FOR HOME USE
GREAT LAKES TECHNOLOGIES, LLC (“Seller”) warrants to the original purchaser only, that all WEN consumer power tools will be free from defects in material or workmanship for a period of two (2) years from date of
purchase. Ninety days for all WEN products, if the tool is used for professional use.
SELLER’S SOLE OBLIGATION AND YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY under this Limited Warranty and, to
the extent permitted by law, any warranty or condition implied by law, shall be the repair or replacement of parts,
without charge, which are defective in material or workmanship and which have not been misused, carelessly
handled, or misrepaired by persons other than Seller or Authorized Service Center. To make a claim under this
Limited Warranty, you must make sure to keep a copy of your proof of purchase that clearly defines the Date of
Purchase (month and year) and the Place of Purchase. Place of purchase must be a direct vendor of Great Lakes
Technologies, LLC. Third party vendors such as garage sales, pawn shops, resale shops, or any other secondhand
merchant void the warranty included with this product. Contact techsupport@wenproducts.com or 1-800-2321195 to make arrangements for repairs and transportation.
When returning a product for warranty service, the shipping charges must be prepaid by the purchaser. The product must be shipped in its original container (or an equivalent), properly packed to withstand the hazards of shipment. The product must be fully insured with a copy of the warranty card and/or the proof of purchase enclosed.
There must also be a description of the problem in order to help our repairs department diagnose and fix the
issue. Repairs will be made and the product will be returned and shipped back to the purchaser at no charge.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY TO ACCESSORY ITEMS THAT WEAR OUT FROM
REGULAR USAGE OVER TIME INCLUDING BELTS, BRUSHES, BLADES, ETC.
ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES SHALL BE LIMITED IN DURATION TO TWO (2) YEARS FROM
DATE OF PURCHASE. SOME STATES IN THE U.S., SOME CANADIAN PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.
IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LIABILITY FOR LOSS OF PROFITS) ARISING FROM
THE SALE OR USE OF THIS PRODUCT. SOME STATES IN THE U.S. AND SOME CANADIAN
PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW THE EXCLUSION OR LIMITATION OF INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE ABOVE LIMITATION OR EXCLUSION MAY NOT APPLY TO
YOU.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY ALSO HAVE
OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE TO STATE IN THE U.S., PROVINCE TO PROVINCE
IN CANADA AND FROM COUNTRY TO COUNTRY.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO PORTABLE ELECTRIC TOOLS, BENCH POWER TOOLS, OUTDOOR POWER EQUIPMENT AND PNEUMATIC TOOLS SOLD WITHIN THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, CANADA AND THE COMMONWEALTH OF PUERTO RICO. FOR
WARRANTY COVERAGE WITHIN OTHER COUNTRIES, CONTACT THE WEN CUSTOMER SUPPORT LINE.
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