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TORO COMPACT 107 CHAIN SAW MODEL 51100
OPERATOR'S MANUAL
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1. READ OPERATOR'S MANUAL
CAREFULLY. fully
With the chain saw before attempting to
operate It.
Become familiar
2. KEEP WORK AREACLEAN.Ciur-
tered areas and bench s invite accidents.
3. AVOID DANGEROUS ENVIRON
MENT. Don't expose aw
saw in damp or wet'ocations. Keep worx
area well lit. NEVER OPERATE THE
SAW WHILE IN CONTACT WITH WATER.
4. WEAR PROPER APPAREL. Loose
clothing or jewelry may get caught in
moving parts. Rubber gloves and foot
wear are recommended when working
outdoors. Wear 1 hos
of trees.
to rain, Or USE
Jd hat during felling
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5. USE SAFETY GLASSES. Use sae
ty glasses with mos: tools. Also use a face
or dust mask fcuttira operations dusty
6. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY. All vist
ors should be kep: 2 safe distance from
work area.
7. NEVER OPERATE SAW WHEN
YOU ARE FATIGUED.
8 USE PROPER EXTENSION CORD
OUTDOORS. When tool 1s used out
doors, use only exte: sion cards suitable
for use outdoors art so marked. (Sug
gested cord sizes listed on page 5).
9. MAINTAIN SAW WITH CARE.
Never operate a chain saw that is unsharp,
unclean, improper!y adjusted, or 15 not
To assure optimum psrformance, and to gein knowledge of the Chain Saw, it
is essential that you or any other operator of the Chain Sav: read and under
stand the contents of this manual before operating Chain Saw. Pay particular
attention to the instructions highlighted by the black safety symbol, Failure
to comply with the safety instructions may result in personal injury.
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11 DISCONNECT SAW WHEN NOT
IN USE Disconnect before servicing and
When Changing gCCessarn es such as guide
bar or «aw chain.
12. KEEP GUARDS INPLACE AND IN
WORKING ORDER.
12. USE RIGHT SAW. Dent force
small sw or attachment to do the job
of a heavy-duty saw.
14.41 BE AWARE OF KICKBACK. When
the moving chain at the nose of the
& bar touches an object, the chain
snd qu de bar often are thrown upward
with speed and force, (see fiqure 11).
Your Toro chan saw's special non-
symmetrical guide bar reduces this
action, but care must be taken regard-
less.
15. SECURE WORK. Use clamps or
chocks to hold work. It'ssafer than using
your hand and it frees both hands to op-
erate tool,
16. CONNECT CHAIN SAW TO COR-
RECT VOLTAGE.
17. AVOID ACCIDENTAL START-
ING. Do not place finacr en switch when
plugging in or until ready for cutting.
Always carry the chain cave from one lo
cation to another with the power cord
disconnected and {nor off of switch,
The guide bar end van chain should be
to the rear, and aw.y from your body
(see fiqure 12).
18. BETWEEN CUTS set the saw down
and pick it back up ty the front black
handle to avoid contacting switch and
starting saw unintenitunaliy.
19. GRIP SAW PROPERLY. Always
hold the chain save family with both
hands when the saw 5 running. Use a
firm grip with thum»s and all fingers en-
circling the chain sav hanales.
20. DON'T OVERREACH. Keep pro-
per footing and balance at all times.
21. KEEP HANDS AWAY FROM CUT
TING AREA. Be sure all parts of your
body or clothing ar» cvay from the cut-
ting area before starting the saw and
during its operation
22. DON'T ABUSE CORD. Never Carry
too! by cord or yen 1t to disconnect
from receptacle. Keep cord away from
heat, oil, sharp edass and away from
operator.
23. CLEAR SAW CHAIN BEFORE
STARTING. Before you start the saw,
make sure the saw che is notcontacting
anything.
AN Safety Instructions (cont)
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25 STORE ¡DLE SAYS. when MOT 1
Se. Cave cute be “tores dty, high,
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76 BE ALERT WHEN CUTTING
LIMBS. Mhen cult.no e him Matos uf
der tenen be alert fer spring back so
that you al! not be struck when the ten-
sion in the wood fibers 15 released.
27. USE CAUTION WHEN CUTTING
BRUSH AND SAPLINGS. Slender brush
and saplinns May catch the saw chain and
be whipped toward you or pull you off
balance.
28. BE CAREFUL WHEN CUTTING
TREES. Jo not operate & chain saw in a
tree unless: specifically trained to do so.
When feliing trees never start cutting un-
til you nave a clear work area, secure
footing, ond a planned retreat path.
23. CUTTING STANDING TREES RE-
QUIRES EXPERTISE AND POSES
HAZARDS. Your Toro Chain Saw should
not be used to fell large trees with dia-
meters substantially greater than the
'ength cf your guide bar.
Assembly Instructions
1. (See Figure 1) Remove the guide
bar hexagon nutand spring washer, Then
remove sprocket cover.
Figure 1
Sprocket
Cover
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2. (See Figure 2) Loosen the guide bar
adjusting block by turning the tension
adjusting screw counter clockwise to the
screw end.
Figure 2
Tension
Adjusting
Guide Bar crew
Adjusting Block
3. (See Figure 3) Insert the saw chain
into the groove of the guide bar with
the cutting edge fac.ng forward toward
the nose of the gu de bar {see inset).
Note that the hole near the
guide bar slot mus: be positioned be:
throws
low the slot as indiestect
Figure 3
4. (See Figure 4) Loop the open end
of the saw chain around the sprocket
and position the guide bar slot over the
quide bar bolt and guide bar pin so that
the projected portion of the adjusting
block ‘its into the through hole.
£ACAUTION: GUIDE BAR IS NOT
REVERSIBLE.
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5. Replace the sprocket cover, spring
washer and quide bar hexagon nut. Se-
cure finger tight.
THE SAW CHAIN ISNOW READY FOR
TENSION ADJUSTMENT.
Saw Chain Tension Adjustment
SAFETY NOTE: Make sure chain saw ts
disconnected from power source before
adjusting chain tension. Use gloves or
rag to protect hands.
1. (See Figure 5) Loosen the quide bar
hexagon nut by turning counter clock:
wise 172 turn. Then tension
by turning the tenston sdjustment screw
clockwise,
the chain
Figure 5
~ Tension
Adjustment
Guide Bar Screw
Hex. Nut
2. (See Fioure 6! Th» tensionis correct
when.the chain fits t:chtly but can be
moved easily around the guide bar by
hand. An easy test for correct tension is
to lift one chan cutter away from the
middle of the quide bar (See Figure /).
There should 1,8"
clearance of the
side links and the aude bar. The bottom
of the chain cutter should never
be loose enough ta drop or be pulled
beyond the ip of the hour siot
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Figure 7
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3. Lift up the nose of the guide bar,
tighten te guide bar hexagon nut and
retest the chain tension. If tension has
changed, repeat entire procedure.
NOTE Check chain tens on after the
first few cuts. New chains usually stretch
and will require readjustment,
ft? CAUTION: Aloosecne nwill short
en sprocket and guide bar life and may
cause chain breakage. An overtightened
chain will overheat th: quide bar and
chain, cause rapid wear end may Cause
motor burnout.
ÁN WARNING: Bo not operate chain
saw when chain is loose. Failure to com
piy with this warning could cause chain
may result in serious
breakage which
bodily ory
Operating Instructions
Cutting with your electric chain sew
can be
follow these simpie instructions.
made easier end safer if you
1. EXTENSION CORDS. The prope:
extension cord is a must for safe and ef-
ficient use of your chain saw. Your ex-
tension cord should be suitable for out
door use and comply with the require:
ments specified the International
Electric Code. Refer to the following
table for proper extension cord usage.
Examine the extension cord periodically
and replace immediately if damaged.
Extension Cord
Length in Feat
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2. Connect extension cord as shown in
figure 8.
Required wire size
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3. A WARNING: Do not operate with
one hand. Use a firm grip with your fin-
gers encircling both chain saw handles.
4, ÁN WARNING: Stand to the left
of the saw (Fig. 9) with your left hand
on the front handle, hold the rear handle
with your right hand so you can operate
the switch trigger with your right index
finger. Never stand directly belfind the
chain saw (Fig. 111
5. Stand your weight
evenly distributed on both feet.
securely with
6. Dont overreach. Keep vourself
balanced.
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7. Always cut with the spike bar set
firmly, against the vvood. Start sew blade
before cutting into wood.
Figure 10
8. AA WARNING: When cutting, keep
the nase of the guide bar from contacting
logs, branches, the ground or any other
obstruction. This can cause KICKBACK,
which is a quick and dangerous upward
movement of the guide bar and saw
chain (Fig. 11)! Your TORO electric
chain saw s special nonsymmetrical quite
bar 1.5 designed to reduce the possibiity
of k ckback, but the instructions above
must be followed for maximum safety.
Figura 11
Operating Instructions (cont.)
9. CAUTION: Motor overload and
buggout can be caused by:
A. Starting saw while chain is pinched
in a cut.
B. Forcing the saw into a cut so hard
that chain speed is drastically stowed.
C. Working with a saw chain that is
dull or improperly sharpened or à
chain that is too tight.
Using an unsuitable extension cord.
E. Using a saw with dirty, dusty, clog-
ged air passages. Good air circulation
IS necessary to properly cool the
motor.
Tu. See Figure 18) By pushing the oiling
button with moderate pressure, oil will
feed into the guide bar slot and onto the
saw chain. To keep the saw chain proper-
ly lubricated, push the oiling button at
least once before each cut and regular-
ly during extended cuts. Check the oil
level in the reservoir frequently.
A caution: Cutting without proper
oiling will damage the saws chain and
bar.
11. (See Figure 12) Before carrying the
saw from one location to another discon-
nect the extension cord. Carry the saw
with the guide bar and saw chain to the
rear and away from your body.
Figure 12
Felling & Tree
A. Cutting stand no trees requires
expertise and poses heésards. Your Того
Chain Saw should not be usec wo fell
large trees with diameters substantially
greater than the length of your quae bar.
The proper operator stance for “eihinao z
tree 15 shown below.
1. Before attempting to cut a big tree,
practice cut a few branches, limbs or
small logs to familiarize yourself with the
controls,
2. Next, the direction of the Tall must
be determined. Consider the wind dir
ection, if there are heavier imbs on any
one side of the tree and the tree's natural
tilt, if any.
3. Have a wide path cleared behind the
planned direction of fall as a safety re-
treat,
4. (See Figure 14) To fell the tree,
make the first cut 1/3 of the way
through tree diameter on the side you
want the tree to fall. The second cut
should be made as illustrated to com-
plete the notch.
Operating Instructions (cont.
5. The third cut should be made from
the opposite side of the first two cuts and
two or three inches higher than the bot-
tom of the notch as shown in Figure 14.
6. Stop the third cut one or two inches
from the notch to form a “hinge” which
will keep the tree from falling in the
wrong direction or twisting as it falls.
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Figure 14 | Second Cut
Third Cut — 7 ‹ First Cut
Limbing a Tree
1. When cutting limbs from a standing
tree, use a well secured ladder to reach
the higher areas. After you have a firm
position on the ladder, hoist the chain
saw with a rope. Do not climb on limbs
or branches with the chain saw and don't
overreach. Cut with both hands on the
saw.
2. (See Figure 15) Make the first cut
from the underside of the limb ebout
1/2 foot from the trunk. Cut one third
of the way through the limb.
3. Make the second cut two to four
tnches farther out on the limb and
from above. Cut until the limb falls:
4. Cut one third tkm diameter of the
limb stub from undermezin as close to
the trunk as possible.
5. Make the final cut from above so
that :t meets the previous cut as close ás
possible to the trunk.
Cutting Fallen Trees (Bucking)
1. When cutting branches from à fall-
en tree ar cutting a log into Icheths, sup-
Dort the log off the ground (preferably
on a saw huek).
2. (See Figure 16) When cutting a log
supported on one end, cut from the top.
If the chain saw should bind in the cut,
never try to free it by running the mo-
tor. Stop the chain saw, then use a wedge
to pry open the cut and release the saw,
3. (See Figure 17) When cutting a log
supported on both ends, start from the
top and cut about 1/3 of the way through
the log. The second cut should be made
from the underside to meet the first
cut. This will keep the log from pinching
the saw.
Figure 17 Ta Cut
Maintenance
Refilling Oil Reservoir
A CAUTION: Make sure chain saw ts
disconnected from power source before
performing maintenance operations,
1. (See Figure 18) Remove the oil fill
cap.
Figure 18 Ojling Button
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Oil Fill
Cap
2. Using a pouring spout or funnel, fill
the oil reservoir. When temperature 1s
below 30° Fahrenheit use SAE #10
motor oil. For temperatures above 30°
use SAE #30 motor oil.
3. Replace and tighten fill cap, wipe
off excess oil.
#8 caution: Cutting without proper
oiling will damage the saw's chain and
bar,
Sharpening the Saw Chain
CAUTION: Before beginning the
sharpening procedure, make sure chain
saw power source is disconnected. Wear
gloves to protect hands.
1. The saw chain sharpening
when it must be forced onto the wood
or it does not produce wood chips as
large as when new.
needs
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5. {See Figure 20) Press File Guide so
it rides on both cutter top plate and
depth gage, with guide marks in line
with the ength of chain.
Figura 20
Maintenance (cont.)
6. (See Figure 21} Move to other side
of chain and file all cutters opposite to
complete chain File
cutters identically.
ail
sharpening.
Figure 21
7. (See Figure 22) Depth gauges
should be checked every third sharpening
with a depth guage tool. Depth gauge
setting 15.025”. Расе the depth gauge
tool as indicated and file away portions
of each depth gauge winch extend above
the tool's slot.
Figure 22
Depth
8. (See Figure 23) Round off leading
edges of depth gauges 15 shown.
9. Reset savy chain tension. See instruc:
tions on page 4.
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Figure 23
A WARNING: Chain tension must be
reset befcre operation. Felíure to do so
could result in serious bodily injury.
Replacement of Switch and Power
Supply Cord
A caution: Before beginning this
procedure, make sure chain saw power
source is disconnected.
(See Figure 24) The “quick connect”
system is used in this switch {wires are
simply plugged into the switch and held
by a spring). To remove a wire from the
switch, insert a pointed round stick or
scriber next to the wire and press the
spring back as iflustrated.
Figure 24
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Chain Saw Parts List
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Ref. Part No. Description Qty. Ref. Part No, Description Qty
No, No. -
1 |173172-31100| Left Hand Housing 1 19 | 88031 10" Saw Chain 1
2 12310462130 Oil Button 1 20 | 80033 10” Guide Bar 1
3 |23104-62120 | Oi Cap 1 21 173172212201 Cord Clamp 1
4 12310462110] Oil Tank 1 22 173172-52200| Brush Assembly 2
5 |73172-35100 | Front Handle 1 23 | 14811-34500 | Field Assembly 1
6 11202-04401 | Screw 1 24 17317261100] Armature {including
7 11120104102 | Screw 5 ball bearing) 1
8 {23104-36111 Hand Guard 1 25 | 23104-51110 | Collar 1
9 [0121504451 Screw 1 26 | 23104-51120} Pinion 1
10 |73172-71110 | Power Supply Cord 1 27 111201-04202 | Screw 10
11 123104-71210 Bend Relief 1 28 73172-32100 Right Hand Housing | 1
12 |23104-72110 | Switch 1 23 111526-04102 | Flange Nut 1
13 12310461220 | Thrust Washer 1 30 | 2310461240! Shaft Support Brkt, 1
14 12310461230 | Needle Bearing 2 31 173172-33100 | Sprocket Cover 1
15 {23104-61101 | Sprocket Ass’y 1 32 10160008200; Spring Washer 1
16 | 73172-61210} Felt Seal 1 33 [0150008061 | Nut 1
17 101500-04031 | Hexagon Nut 1 34 173172-51110| Rubber Bearing Pad | 2
18 [23104-34000 | Adjusting Block Ass'y| 1
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Replacement Parts and Accessories
On page 10 you are provided an Illustrated parts cetaiog of
your Chain Saw. This catalog can be “1 assistance to you veher.
maintaining your Chain Saw or cbta-ning replacement parts
and accessories. Individual replacement parts ate available
through your local Toro Appliance Service Dealer. Aroessory
items may also be ordered directly from The Toro Company
Outdoor Appliance Division using the order form oi 15:1£ page.
The TORO COMPANY ORDER FORM
Outdoor Appliance Division Parts Assemblies
10901 Red Circle Drive Toro Compact
Minnetonka, MN 55343 10 Chain Saw
Model 51 100
Your Name Date
Address . —— nn .
City, State a Zip
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ASSEMBLY DESCRIPTION PRICE = TOTAL
NUMBER - | |
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88031 -— Toro 10” Saw Chain | $11.25
88033 Toro 10" Guide Bar £11.99 |
51180 Compact Hose and Reel System |__| 828.95 |
We reserve the right to change these prices at any Ur
DATE OF PURCHASE
Sub Total ._.—._ ———.—
MODEL AND SERIAL NUMBER: Add $1.00 postage & handling ________
Minnesota residents add
This number is located on rear of right hand 4% Sales Tax nn
motor housing and must be shown here for
order to be processed. TOTAL (enclosed)
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Warranty Service
A copy of the Fuli One Year Warranty covering your Chain Saw presented on the
outside back cover of this Mar.val. Should you fee: your Charm Savy is defective and
wish to have it repaired or replaced in accordanes with his Full One Year Warranty,
please follow one of the procedures below:
Return the Chain Saw to the dealer who
sold it to you or any Toro Appliance
Service Dealer. Remember to have a
copy of your original sales slip or other
evidence of purchase date along with
you. The retailer will inspect the. unit,
advise you whether the product Is defec-
tive, and if so make arrangements for a
replacement Chain Saw or appropriate
service. OR-
Return your Chain Saw, postage prepaid,
directly to our Toro Service Center,
Galahec Road and Wisconsin Street,
North Hudson, Wisconsin 54016, for
repair or replacement. Please include
a copy of your orignal sales ship or
other cvidence of purchase date anc
brief description of the difficulty.
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IT your Chain Save is defective and within
warrarty period, twill be repaired or re-
placed und returned to you postage paid.
Non-=crrenty service may be obtained
throucha Toro Appliance Service Dealer.
THE NEW TORO.
COMPACT HOSE & REEL SYSTEM
Compact
enough to store
anywhere.
It's a remarkable hose.
50 feet weighs less than
4 Ibs. The secret is a
special new hose design
that's unbelievably flex-
ible and lightweight, yet
still tough and durable. And the reel actually
squeezes out water while taking the hose in.
Order your Hose and Reel System using the order
form in this manual. Available April 1 allow 6 weeks
for delivery.
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Toro Compact Electric Chain Saw 10°
Full One Year Warranty
TORO warrants your electiic chain saw against Cefecis inirattfia Of workmanship tora pen ol of
one year from the cate of purchase when used nosi-cormmiercialiy Daring the warranty pernod
TORO will, at vs cplion, replace 8 defective electric Cha Lan vita hev GE reba un Of vii.
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2 M Golf 32 D Wines
3. {J Snow Skiing 33. Fashion Clothing
4. © Running /Joggng 34. 3 Home Furnishings /Decorating
5. © Camping/Hiking 35. 73 Records & Tapes
6. O Hunting/Shoot ng 36. “] Avid Book Reading
7. 2 Fishing 37. © Science Fiction
8 0 Bicycling 38. IJ Astrology/Occult
9. 0 Racquetball 39. © Stock/Bond Investments
10. 9 Sailing/Boating 40. . Real Estate Investments
11. © Stamp/Coin Collecting 41. Self Improvement Programs
12 E Motorbiking/Motorcycimg 42 3 Community /Civic Activities
13 © Home Video Games
14 Physical Fitness /Exercise We appreciate your taking the time to com-
15 [ Home Video Recording plete this card: the information provided will
16 © Recreational ‘ehicle/4-WD help us serve you better in the future. We partici-
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18 - CB Radio canreceive information about new products, de-
19 Ci Home Workshop /Do-it-Yourself velopments, trends, etc. related to the interes!
20 © Gardening/Plants areas and other information you have indicated
21 > Electronics above. Please check here if you would prefer not
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27 © Stereo Music Equipment
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