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OWNER’S MANUAL
BLOWER
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SAFETY FIRST
Instructions contained in warnings within this manual marked
with a
symbol concern critical points which must be taken
into consideration to prevent possible serious bodily injury, and
for this reason you are requested to read all such instructions
carefully and follow them without fail.
WARNINGS IN THE MANUAL
WARNING
This mark indicates instructions, which must be followed in order to prevent accidents, which could lead to serious bodily injury or death.
IMPORTANT
This mark indicates instructions, which must be followed, or it
leads to mechanical failure, breakdown, or damage.
NOTE
This mark indicates hints or directions useful in the use of the
product.
Contents
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Parts location .................................................. 2
Specifications ................................................. 3
Warning labels on the machine ...................... 3
Symbols on the machine ................................ 3
For safe operation ........................................... 4
Set up ............................................................. 8
Fuel ................................................................. 9
Operation ...................................................... 10
Maintenance ................................................. 11
Storage ......................................................... 13
Disposal ........................................................ 13
Optional vacuum kit usage ........................... 13
Troubleshooting guide .................................. 14
1. Parts location
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Engine cover
Volute case
Air Intake Screen (Air inlet net)
Screw
Air Cleaner
Recoil Starter
Fuel Tank
Spark Plug Cap
Choke Lever
Control handle
Ignition Switch
Throttle Trigger
Clamp
Straight pipe
Pipe end
Support handle
Owner's manual
Plug wrench (Hexagon socket S13/S19)
+ screwdriver (cross head)
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3
2
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18
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2. Specification
Model
Dimesion (L x W x H) **
Dry weight*
Fuel tank capacity
kg
liter
Engine Type
Displacement
cm3
Air filter
Carburetor
Ignition system
Spark plug
Muffler
Operating Engine Speed
rpm
Fuel consumption
liter/h
Air Volume*
cu.m/min.
Max. Air Velocity*
m/sec.
* with standard pipe ** without pipe
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
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327 x 225 x 360
3.9
0.75
Air cooled
2-cycle gasoline engine
22.5
Dry polyurethane foam
Diaphragm, rotary valve type
T.C.I.
Champion RCJ6Y (Noise-proof)
Spark arrester equipped
2300 to 7600
0.80
10
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3. Warning labels on the machine
Keep all children, bystanders and helpers 15meters away from the machine.
(1) Read owner's manual before operating this machine.
(2) Wear head, eye and ear protection.
(3) Handling this machine improperly could result in accidents causingserious injury or death. Read this manual carefully and practice using the blower until you are fully acquainted with all operations and have learned to use it correctly.
(4) Severing of fingers or hand by fan blade
Do not open or remove safety guards or nets while engine is
running.
(5) Thrown or blown object
Stay a safe distance from the machine.
(6) Hot surface
Avoid contact the hot surface during and immediately operation.
If warning label peels off or becomes soiled and
impossible to read, you should contact the
dealer from which you purchased the product
to order new labels and affix them in the required
location(s).
Never modify your machine.
We won’t warrant the machine, if you use the
remodeled blower or if you don’t observe the
proper usage written in the manual.
4. Symbols on the machine
For safe operation and maintenance, symbols are carved
in relief on the machine. According to these indications,
please be careful not to make a mistake.
The port to refuel the “MIX GASOLINE”
Position: FUEL TANK CAP
The direction to close the choke
Position: AIR CLEANER
The direction to open the choke
Position: AIR CLEANER
The direction to the start of ignition switch
Position: IGNITION SWITCH ON THE CONTROL HANDLE
The direction to stop the engine
Position: IGNITION SWITCH ON THE CONTROL HANDLE
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5. For safe operation
WARNING
1. Read this manual carefully until you completely understand
and follow all safety and operating instructions.
2. Keep this manual handy so that
you may refer to it later whenever any questions arise. Also
note, if you have any questions
which cannot be answered
herein, contact the dealer from
whom you purchased the product.
3. Always be sure to include this
manual when selling, lending,
or otherwise transferring the
ownership of this product.
4. Do not lend or rent your machine without the owner's
manual.
5. Be sure that anyone using your
unit understands the infomation
contained in this manual.
6. Never let a child under 13 years
old use the machine.
7. Long-term exposure to noise
can result in permanent hearing impairment. So always use
approved hearing protection.
8. Under no circumstances may
the design of the machine be
modified without the permission
of the manufacturer. Always use
genuine accessories. Non-authorized modifications and/or
accessories can result in serious personal injury or the death
of the operator or others.
9. A blower is a dangerous tool if
used carelessly or incorrectly
and can cause serious, even
fatal injuries. It is extremely important that you read and understand the contents of this
Operator’s manual.
10. Husqvar na Zenoah has a
policy of continuous product
development and therefore reserves the right to modify the
design and appearance of
products without prior notice.
11. The machine is only designed
for blowing lawns, pathways,
asphalt roads and the like.
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WORKING CONDITION
1. Refrain from operating the blower
if you are tired, ill, or upset, or if
you are under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication.
2. To reduce the risk of hearing loss
associated with sound level(s),
hearing protection is required.
3. To reduce the risk of injury associated with thrown objects, always wear eye protection and
foot protection. Eye protection
should meet the requirements of
ANSI Z87.1.
4. To reduce the risk of injury associated with the inhalation of dust,
use a face filter mask in dusty
conditions.
5. Wear sturdy rubber-soled shoes
or shoes with some other form of
anti-slip protection to help protect
you against falling.
6. To reduce the risk of injury associated with objects being drawn
into rotating parts, do not wear
loose clothing, scarves, neck
chains, hair longer than shoulder
length, or other loose material.
7. Prolonged use of a blower, exposing the operator to vibrations and
cold may produce whitefinger
disease (Raynaud’s phenomenon), which symptoms are tingling and burning sensations followed by loss of color and numbness in the fingers. All factors
which contribute to whitefinger
disease are not known, but cold
weather, smoking diseases or
physical conditions as well as
long periods of exposure to vibration are mentioned as factors. In
order to reduce the risk of
whitefinger disease, the following
precautions are strongly recommended;
a) Keep your body warm. Never use
blower during rains.
b) Wear thick anti-vibration gloves.
c) Take more than 5 minutes of break
in warm place frequently.
d) Maintain a firm grip at all times,
but do not squeeze the handles
with constant, excessive pressures.
e) If you feel discomfort, redness
and swelling of your fingers or any
other part of your body, see a
doctor before getting worse.
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5. For safe operation
8. The ignition system of your unit
produces an electromagnetic
field of a very low intensity. This
field may interfere with some
pacemakers. To reduce the risk
of serious or fatal injury, persons
with pacemaker should consult
their physician and the pacemaker manufacturer before operating this tool.
Limit the amount of time over
which the product is to be used
continuously to somewhere
around 30 ~ 40 minutes per session, and take 10 ~ 20 minutes of
rest between work sessions. Also
try to keep the total amount of
work performed in a single day
under 2 hours or less.
FUEL
WORKING CIRCUMSTANCE
1. To reduce the risk of injury associated with exhaust fume inhalation, do not operate in
unventilated area. The exhaust
gases contain harmful carbon
monoxide.
2. Avoid using the blower where
stable footing and balance are
not assured.
3. Never operate the machine in
high wind, bad weather, potentially explosive atmosphere, when
visibility is poor or in very high or
low temperatures. (Our recommended use environment is below 40 degrees C (104 degrees
F).)
AVOID NOISE PROBLEM
IMPORTANT
Check and follow the local
regulations as to sound level
and hours of operations for
blower.
1. Operate power equipment only at
reasonable hours-not early in the
morning or late at night when
people might be disturbed. Comply with times listed in local ordinances.
2. To reduce sound levels, limit the
number of pieces of equipment
used at any one time.
3. Operate power blowers at the
lowest possible throttle speed to
do the job.
4. Check your equipment before operation, especially the muffler, air
intakes and air filters.
WORKING PLAN
• When planning your work schedule, allow plenty of time to rest.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of fire and burn
injury:
a) Handle fuel with care. It is highly
flammable.
b) Do not smoke while handing fuel.
c) Do not refuel a hot engine.
d) Do not refuel a running engine.
e) Avoid spilling fuel or oil. Always
wipe unit dry before using.
f ) Move at least 10 ft. (3 meters)
away from the fueling point before starting engine.
g) Always store gasoline in a container approved for flammable liquids.
h) Make sure the unit is properly assembled and in good operating
condition.
i ) Do not use the blower near a fire,
as aiming the blower in the direction of a flame may cause flammable substances to ignite.
BEFORE STARTING THE
ENGINE
• Each time before starting the engine, inspect the entire unit to see
if every part is in good order and
is securely tightened in place. If
any damage is found in the fuel
line, the exhaust line, or the ignition wiring, do not use the blower
until it has been repaired.
IMPORTANT
• Before starting operation, always make sure to check if any
obstacles are left inside the
volute case and net. The obstacles may cause damage on
fan and volute case and serious
injury.
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5. For safe operation
WARNING
• Never use the blower without the
screen at the air intake of the
blower. Before each use, check
that, the screw (1) is securely
tightened and is free from any
damage.
• Never remove debris from the intake screen while the engine is
running. Contact with rotating
blower fan may result in a serious
personal injury.
(1) Screw
(2) Air intake screen (Air inlet net)
WARNING
• To reduce the risk of injury associated with contacting rotating
parts, stop the engine before installing or removing attachments.
Do not operate without net in
place. Always disconnect the
spark plug before performing
maintenance or accessing movable parts.
USING THE PRODUCT
WARNING
While using the product, if abnormal noise or vibration occurs, stop
the engine immediately and contact the nearest ZENOAH servicing dealer for assistance. Checking the fan is very important. If the
rotating fan should break up, it
might lead to serious accidents.
1. This blower is a handheld type. It
is operated and controlled with
handle by hand.
2. Check the work area that the
blower will be used in and remove
or cover all valuables that may be
damaged by the air blast or
thrown debris.
3. Make sure you can move and
stand safely. Check the area
around you for possible obstacles
(roots, rocks, branches, ditches,
etc.) in case you have to move
suddenly. Take great care when
working on sloping ground.
4. To reduce the risk of injury assoGB-6
ciated with thrown objects.
a) Watch out for children, pets, open
windows or freshly washed cars,
and blow debris safely away.
b) Use the full blower nozzle extension so the air stream can work
close to the ground.
c) Do not allow bystanders in work
area.
d) Do not point the blower tube in
the direction of people or pets.
e) Always check to be sure that no
debris has been blown onto
someone else’s property.
f) Pay attention to the direction of
the wind, do not work against the
wind.
g) Never point a blower tube toward
an open flame to avoid the possibility of igniting the unit, causing
injury to yourself or damage to
surroundings.
5. To minimize blowing time.
a) Use rakes and brooms to loosen
debris before blowing.
b) In dusty conditions, slightly
dampen surfaces or use mister
attachment when water is available.
c) Conserve water by using power
blowers instead of hoses for many
lawn and garden applications,
including areas such as gutters,
screens, patios, grills, porches
and gardens.
6. The blower must not be used
while on a ladder or scaffolding.
7. Never put the machine down with
the engine running unless you
have it in clear sight.
8. Never to touch the spark plug or
plug cord while the engine is in
operation. Doing so may result in
being subjected to an electrical
shock.
9. Never to touch the muffler, spark
plug, or other metallic parts of the
engine or engine cover while the
engine is in operation or immediately after shutting down the engine. These metallic parts and engine cover reach high temperatures during operation and doing
so could result in serious burns.
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5. For safe operation
WARNING
The temperature of the machine
may increase after stopping the
engine. Especially never forget to
cool down the engine before refueling the machine.
10. After using blowers and other
equipment, CLEAN UP! Dispose
of debris in trash receptacles.
MAINTENANCE
1. In order to maintain your product
in proper working order, perform
the maintenance and checking
operations described in the
manual at regular intervals.
2. Always be sure to turn off the engine and disconnect the spark
plug before performing any maintenance or checking procedures.
WARNING
The metallic parts and engine
cover reach high temperatures
immediately after stopping the
engine.
3. Examine the blower at intervals
for loose fasteners and rusted or
damaged parts. Use special
care around the fuel line, the
muffler, and the ignition wiring.
4. All engine service except for
those described in this manual
should be performed by competent service personnel. Improper
service to the blower fan and muffler could cause a hazardous failure.
5. When replacing the any other
part, or any lubricant, always be
sure to use only ZENOAH products or products which have been
certified by ZENOAH for use with
the ZENOAH product.
6. In the event that any part must be
replaced or any maintenance or
repair work not described in this
manual must be performed,
please contact a representative
from the store nearest ZENOAH
authorized servicing dealer for
assistance.
7. Do not use any accessory or attachment other than those bearing the ZENOAH mark and rec-
ommended for the unit.
8. Under no circumstances should
you ever take apart the product
or alter it in any way. Doing so
might result in the product becoming damaged during operation or the product becoming unable to operate properly.
TRANSPORTATION
• Drain the fuel from the fuel tank
before transporting or storing the
blower.
• Secure the unit carefully to prevent movement when it is transported.
• A unit that receives a strong
shock during transport and unloading may malfunction.
STORAGE
• When storing the blower, choose
a space indoors free from moisture and out of the reach of children.
DISPOSAL
• When you dispose of the machine, do not disassemble the
machine .
• When disposing your machine,
fuel or oil for the machine, be sure
to allow your local regulations
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6. Set up
BLOWER PIPE
• Align groove in blower pipe with projection on blower
housing.
• Slide the pipe onto the blower housing.
INSTALLING SUPPORT HANDLE
• This handle is supplied with the blower.
• Fit the holes of volute and handle, tighten the screws.
• Be sure to tighten the screws straightly.
(1) Support Handle
(2) Holes
(3) Screws
• Rotate the pipe clockwise to lock it into place.
• After the pipe is locked up to the housing, clamp the
pipe to the housing securely with the hardware supplied with the unit. (Tightening torque : 3.4~4.4 Nm)
(1) Blower housing
(2) Clamp
(3) Straight tube
• Align groove in pipe end with projection on straight
pipe and slide the pipe onto the straight pipe. Rotate
the pipe end clockwise to lock it into place.
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7. Fuel
■ FUEL
• Gasoline is very flammable. Avoid smoking or
bringing any flame or sparks near fuel. Make sure
to stop the engine and allow it cool before refueling the unit. Select outdoor bare ground for fueling and move at least 3 m (10 ft) away from the
fueling point before starting the engine.
• The Zenoah engines are lubricated by oil specially
formulated for air-cooled 2-cycle gasoline engine use.
If Zenoah oil is not available, use an anti-oxidant added
quality oil expressly labeled for air-cooled 2-cycle engine use (JASO FC GRADE OIL or ISO EGC GRADE).
• Do not use BIA or TCW (2-stroke water-cooling type)
mixed oil.
1. Measure out the quantities of gasoline and oil to be
mixed.
2. Put some of the gasoline into a clean, approved fuel
container.
3. Pour in all of the oil and agitate well.
4. Pour in the rest of gasoline and agitate again for at
least one minute. As some oils may be difficult to
agitate depending on oil ingredients, sufficient agitation is necessary for the engine to last long. Be
careful that, if the agitation is insufficient, there is an
increased danger of early piston seizing due to abnormally lean mixture.
5. Indicate the contents on outside of container for
easy identification. To avoid mixing up with gasoline
or other containers.
■ FUELING THE UNIT
1. Untwist and remove the fuel cap. Rest the cap on a
dustless place.
2. Put fuel into the fuel tank to 80% of the full capacity.
3. Fasten the fuel cap securely and wipe up any fuel
spillage around the unit.
1. Select bare ground for fueling.
2. Move at least 10 feet (3 meters) away from the
fueling point before starting the engine.
3. Stop the engine before refueling the unit. At that
time, be sure to sufficiently agitate the mixed
gasoline in the container.
4. Do not smoke or place hot object near fuel.
■ RECOMMENDED MIXING RATIO
GASOLINE 50 : OIL 1
<when using ZENOAH genuine oil>
• Exhaust emission are controlled by the fundamental engine parameters and components (eq.,
carburation, ignition timing and port timing) without addition of any major hardware or the introduction of an inert material during combustion.
• These engines are certified to operate on unleaded
gasoline.
• Make sure to use gasoline with a minimum octane
number of 89RON (USA/Canada: 87AL).
• If you use a gasoline of a lower octane value than
prescribed, there is a danger that the engine temperature may rise and an engine problem such as
piston seizing may consequently occur.
• Unleaded gasoline is recommended to reduce the
contamination of the air for the sake of your health
and the environment.
• Poor quality gasolines or oils may damage sealing
rings, fuel lines or fuel tank of the engine.
■ HOW TO MIX FUEL
IMPORTANT
• Pay attention to agitation.
■ FOR YOUR ENGINE LIFE, AVOID:
1. FUEL WITH NO OIL (RAW GASOLINE) – It will cause
severe damage to the internal engine parts very
quickly.
2. GASOHOL – It can cause deterioration of rubber and/
or plastic parts and disruption of engine lubrication.
3. OIL FOR 4-CYCLE ENGINE USE – It can cause
spark plug fouling, exhaust port blocking, or piston
ring sticking.
4. Mixed fuels which have been left unused for a
period of one month or more may clog the carburetor and result in the engine failing to operate properly.
5. In the case of storing the product for a long period
of time, clean the fuel tank after rendering it empty.
Next, activate the engine and empty the carburetor
of the composite fuel.
6. In the case of scrapping the used mixed oil container, scrap it only at an authorized repository site.
• As for details of quality assurance, read the description in the section Limited Warranty carefully. Moreover, normal wear and change in product with no
functional influence are not covered by the warranty.
Also, be careful that, if the usage in the instruction
manual is not observed as to the mixed gasoline,
etc. described therein, it may not be covered by the
warranty.
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8. Operation
STARTING ENGINE
1. Rest the unit on a flat, firm place.
2. Pump the primer until fuel flows out in the clear tube.
(1) Primer
3. Move the choke lever upward to close the choke.
6. When the engine has started, move the choke lever
gradually downward to open the choke.
7. Allow the engine to warm up for a half minute before
starting operation.
RESTARTING ENGINE WHILE ENGINE IS HOT
1. When restarting the engine immediately after stopping it, leave the choke open.
2. If the engine won’t start after several attempts, close
the choke and repeat pulling the rope or remove the
spark plug and dry it.
ADJUSTING IDLE SPEED
1. When the engine tends to stop frequently at an idle
mode, turn the adjusting screw clockwise.
(1) Idling adjustment screw
(2) Cable Adjuster
(1) Choke lever
(2) Close
(3) Open
NOTE
4. Shift the ignition switch to “I (START)” position.
• Warm up the engine before adjusting the idle speed.
STOPPING ENGINE
• Move the throttle lever to the idling position and shift
the ignition switch to “0 (STOP)” position.
(1) Ignition switch
5. Holding the blower handle, pull the starter rope with
your right hand.
(Throttle trigger in idle or start position.)
(1) Ignition switch
NOTE
• Except for an emergency, avoid stopping the engine
while pulling the throttle trigger.
IMPORTANT
• Avoid pulling the starter rope out to its full extent and
allowing the starter rope to snap back. This will prevent premature damage to the starter.
• Do not let a person stand near the blower or the exhaust port.
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9. Maintenance
Maintenance, replacement, or repair of the emission control device and systems may be performed by any non-road engine repair establishment or individual.
System / Compronent
Procedure
Air Filter
Prefilter
Air Filter
Paper Filter
Fuel Leaks
Fuel Filter
Fuel Line
Spark Plug
Muffler
Muffler Spark Arrester
Cooling Systrem
Screws / Nuts / Bolts
Cylinder Exhaust Port
Inspect / Clean
Inspect / Replace
Inspect / Replace
Inspect / Replace
Inspect / Clean
Inspect / Clean
Inspect / Clean
Inspect / Clean
Inspect / Clean
Tighten
Inspect / Clean
WARNING
Make sure that the engine has stopped and is
cool before performing any service to the
blower. Contact with rotating blower fan or hot
muffler may result in a personal injury.
AIR CLEANER
• Never operate the blower without the air filter or with
a deformed filter element because unfiltered dusty
air will quickly ruin the engine.
• Check the air cleaner before use.
A clogged air filter may increase fuel consumption
while cutting down the engine power.
• Never clean a paper filter by striking it with or against
another object. The filter may be damaged and resultant dust contamination can diminish engine performance.
CLEANING AIR FILTER:
1. Remove the air cleaner cover by pushing and pulling
back the tab on the top.
2. Use neutral detergent and warm water to clean the
filter element. After cleaning, air dry the element completely.
3. Install the filter element into the air cleaner housing
and press the cover against the housing until clicks.
If the element is broken or shrunk, replace with a new
one.
Daily
or
Before use
✔
✔
✔
✔
Every
25 hours
after
Every
Every
50 hours 100 hours
after
after
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
✔
FUEL FILTER
• A clogged fuel filter may cause poor acceleration of
the engine. Check periodically to see if the filter is
clogged with dirt. The filter can be taken out of the
fueling port using a small wire hook. Disconnect the
filter assembly from the fuel pipe and unhook the retainer to disassemble it. Clean the components with
gasoline.
(1) Screen
(3) Holder
(2) Element
(4) Retainer
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9. Maintenance
SPARK PLUG
• The spark plug may gather carbon deposits on its
firing end with reasonable use. Remove and inspect
the spark plug every 25 hours and clean the electrodes as necessary with a wire brush. The spark gap
should be adjusted to .025 in (0.6~0.7mm).
• Plug manufacturers recommend replacing the plug
twice a year to avoid unexpected plug failure in a job.
REPLACEMENT PLUG
CHAMPION RCJ6Y (noise proof)
IMPORTANT
• Note that using any spark plugs other than those designated may result in the engine failing to operate
properly or in the engine becoming overheated and
damaged.
• To install the spark plug, first turn the plug until it is
finger tight, then tighten it a quarter turn more with a
socket wrench.
MUFFLER
WARNING
• Inspect periodically, the muffler for loose fasteners,
any damage or corrosion. If any sign of exhaust leakage is found, do not use the blower and have it repaired immediately.
• Note that failing to do so may result in the engine
catching on fire.
IMPORTANT
• Before starting operation, always make sure to check
if the muffler is properly held by three bolts to the cylinder. (Fastening Torque : 8~12 N·m)
• Even if one bolt out of three bolts is loose, the muffler
may get loose during operation which may result in
engine catching on fire.
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PROCEDURES TO BE PERFORMED AFTER EVERY 50 HOURS OF USE
1. Remove the muffler, insert a screwdriver into the vent,
and wipe away any carbon buildup. Wipe away any
carbon buildup on the muffler exhaust vent and cylinder exhaust port at the same time.
2. Tighten all screws, bolts, and fittings.
SPARK ARRESTER
• The engine is equipped with a spark arresting screen
at the exhaust port. Periodically check and keep it in
good condition. In the state of California it is required
by law (Section 4442 of the California Public Resources Code) to equip a spark arrester when a gas
powered tool is used in any forest covered, brush
covered, or grass covered unimproved land.
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9. Maintenance
10. Storage
AIR INTAKE SCREEN (AIR INLET NET)
BEFORE STORING THE BLOWER:
1. Drain a fuel tank and push the primer bulb until it becomes empty of fuel.
2. Remove the spark plug and drop a spoonful of 2-cycle
oil into the cylider. Crank the engine several times and
install the spark plug.
3. Store unit in a dry, dust free place, out of the reach of
children.
IMPORTANT
• Blowing air is taken in from the air inlet net. When air
flow has dropped down during operation, stop the
engine and inspect the air inlet net for blocking by
obstacles.
• Note that failure to remove any such obstacles may
result in the engine becoming overheated and damaged.
(1)Screw
(2)Air intake screen
(Air inlet net)
WARNING
• Never use the blower without the net of the blower.
Before each use, check that the net is attached in
place and is free from any damage.
11. Disposal
• When you dispose of the machine, do not disassemble
the machine.
• When disposing your machine, fuel or oil for the machine, be sure to allow your local regulations.
12. Optional vacuum
kit usage
See the operating instructions included with the vacuum
kit.
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13. Troubleshooting guide
Case 1. Starting failure
CHECK
fuel tank
fuel filter
carburetor adjustment screw
sparking (no spark)
spark plug
→
→
→
→
→
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PROBABLE CAUSES
incorrect fuel
fuel filter is clogged
out of normal range
spark plug is fouled/wet
plug gap is incorrect
disconnected
Case 2. Engine starts but does not keep running/hard re-starting
CHECK
PROBABLE CAUSES
fuel tank
→ incorrect fuel or staled fuel
carburetor adjustment screw → out of normal range
muffler, cylinder (exhaust port) → carbon is built-up
air cleaner
→ clogged with dust
cylinder fin, fan cover
→ clogged with dust
→
→
→
→
→
→
ACTION
drain it and use correct fuel
clean
adjust to normal range
clean/dry
correct (GAP: 0.6 ~ 0.7 mm)
retighten
→
→
→
→
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ACTION
drain it and use correct fuel
adjust to normal range
wipe away
wash
clean
When your unit seems to need further service, please consult with our ZENOAH service shop in your area.
Limited warranty
Should any failure occur on the product under normal operating conditions within the applicable warranty period, the
failed part will be replaced or repaired free of charge by a
ZENOAH authorized dealer.
WARRANTY PERIOD: Six (6) months after purchased by
end-user subject to 12 months from produced month.
(30 days If used for rental purpose)
THE PURCHASER SHALL BEAR COSTS OF TRANSPORTING THE UNIT TO AND FROM THE ZENOAH DEALER.
THE PURCHASER SHALL NOT BE CHARGED FOR DIAGNOSTIC LABOR WHICH LEADS TO THE DETERMINATION
THAT A WARRANTED PART IS DEFECTIVE, IF THE DIAGNOSTIC WORK IS PERFORMED AT THE ZENOAH DEALER.
THE PURCHASER OR OWNER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
PERFORMANCE OF THE REQUIRED MAINTENANCE AS
DEFINED BY THE MANUFACTURER IN THE OWNER/OPERATOR MANUAL.
NOT REDUCE THE WARRANTY OBLIGATION OF THE
COMPANY.
THE COMPANY IS LIABLE FOR DAMAGES TO OTHER
ENGINE COMPONENTS CAUSED BY THE FAILURE OF A
WARRANTED PART STILL UNDER WARRANTY.
THE WARRANTY DOES NOT APPLY TO THOSE UNITS
WHICH HAVE BEEN DAMAGED BY NEGLIGENCE OF INSTRUCTION LISTED IN THE OWNER/OPERATOR MANUAL
FOR PROPER USE AND MAINTENANCE OF THE UNITS
ACCIDENT MISHANDLING, ALTERATION, ABUSE, IMPROPER LUBURICATION, USE OF ANY PARTS OR ACCESSORIES OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED BY THE COMPANY, OR OTHER CAUSES BEYOND THE COMPANY’S
CONTROL.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER THOSE PARTS REPLACED BY NORMAL WEAR OR HARMLESS CHANGES
IN THEIR APPEARANCE.
THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTIES.
ANY WARRANTED PART WHICH IS NOT SCHEDULED FOR
REPLACEMENT AS REQUIRED MAINTENANCE, OR
WHICH IS SCHEDULED ONLY FOR REGULAR INSPECTION
TO THE EFFECT OF REPAIR OR “REPLACE AS NECESSARY” SHALL BE WARRANTED FOR THE WARRANTY PERIOD. ANY WARRANTED PART WHICH IS SCHEDULED
FOR REPLACEMENT AS REQUIRED MAINTENANCE
SHALL BE WARRANTED FOR THE PERIOD OF TIME UP
TO THE FIRST SCHEDULED REPLACEMENT POINT FOR
THE PART.
ANY REPLACEMENT PART THAT IS EQUIVALENT IN PERFORMANCE AND DULABILITY MAY BE USED IN NONWARRANTY MAINTENANCE OR REPAIRS, AND SHALL
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ANY IMPLIED WARRANTY is limited to the duration of the
limited warranty. Otherwise, this limited warranty is in lieu of
all other expressed or implied warranties, including any
warranty of FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
OR USE and any implied warranty MERCHANTABILITY
otherwise applicable to this product.
LIABILITIES FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL
DAMAGE UNDER ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES ARE
EXCLUDED.
IF YOU NEED TO OBTAIN MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE
CALL YOUR NEAREST SERVICE CENTER, OR CHECK
PLEASE ZENOAH WEB SITE http://www.zenoah.net