Toro 48V Chain Saw User manual

Toro 48V Chain Saw User manual
Form No. 3377-778 Rev B
48V Chain Saw
Model No. 51888—Serial No. 314000001 and Up
Model No. 51889—Serial No. 314000001 and Up
Model No. 51889T—Serial No. 314000001 and Up
Operator's Manual
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returning this product.
WARNING
CALIFORNIA
Proposition 65 Warning
This product contains a chemical or chemicals
known to the State of California to cause cancer,
birth defects, or reproductive harm.
General Safety Rules
C. Do not expose power tools to rain or wet conditions.
Water entering a power tool will increase the risk of
electric shock.
D. Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for
carrying, pulling or unplugging the power tool.
Keep cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or
moving parts. Damaged or entangled cords increase
the risk of electric shock.
E. When operating a power tool outdoors, use an
extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of a
cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of electric
shock.
F.
Model 51889T does not include a battery or a charger.
WARNING: When using electric power tools, basic safety
precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, and personal injury, including the following:
Read all instructions.
The term “power tool” in all of the warnings refers to your
mains-operated (corded) power tool or battery-operated (cordless)
power tool.
1. Work area safety
A. Keep work area clean and well lit. Cluttered or dark
areas invite accidents
B. Do not operate power tools in explosive
atmospheres, such as in the presence of flammable
liquids, gases or dust. Power tools create sparks
which may ignite the dust or fumes.
C. Keep children and bystanders away while operating
a power tool. Distractions can cause you to lose
control.
2. Electrical safety
A. Power tool plugs must match the outlet. Never
modify the plug in any way. Do not use any
adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power tools.
Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will reduce risk
of electric shock.
B. Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded
surfaces such as pipes, radiators, ranges and
refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric
shock if your body is earthed or grounded.
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If operating a power tool in a damp location is
unavoidable, use a residual current device (RCD)
protected supply. Use of an RCD reduces the risk of
electric shock.
3. Personal safety
A. Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use
common sense when operating a power tool. Do
not use a power tool while you are tired or under the
influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. A moment
of inattention while operating power tools may result
in serious personal injury.
B. Use personal protective equipment. Always wear
eye protection. Protective equipment such as dust
mask, non-skid safety shoes, hard hat, or hearing
protection used for appropriate conditions will reduce
personal injuries.
C. Prevent unintentional starting. Ensure the switch
is in the off-position before connecting to power
source and/or battery pack, picking up or carrying
the tool. Carrying power tools with your finger on the
switch or energizing power tools that have the switch
on invites accidents.
D. Remove any adjusting key or wrench before turning
the power tool on. A wrench or a key left attached to
the power tool may result in personal injury.
E. Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance
at all times. This enables better control of the power
tool in unexpected situations.
F.
Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or
jewelry. Keep your hair, clothing and gloves away
from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewelry, or long hair
can be caught in moving parts.
G. If devices are provided for the connection of dust
extraction and collection facilities, ensure these are
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F.
connected and properly used. Use of these devices
can reduce dust-related hazards.
H. Keep hands and feet away from the cutting area.
G. 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
fit the guide bar cover.Proper handling of the chain
saw will reduce the likelihood of accidental contact with
the moving saw chain.
4. Power tool use and care
A. Do not force the power tool. Use the correct power
tool for your application. The correct power tool will
do the job better and safer at the rate for which it was
designed.
B. Do not use the power tool if the switch does not turn
it on and off. Any power tool that cannot be controlled
with the switch is dangerous and must be repaired.
H. Follow instructions for lubricating, chain tensioning,
and changing accessories.Improperly tensioned
or lubricated chain may either break or increase the
chance for kickback.
C. Disconnect the plug from the power source and/or
the battery pack from the power tool before making
any adjustments, changing accessories, or storing
power tools. Such preventive safety measures reduce
the risk of starting the power tool accidentally.
I. Keep handles dry, clean, and free from oil and
grease.Greasy, oily handles are slippery causing loss
of control.
Kickback may occur when the nose or tip of the guide bar
touches an object, or when the wood closes in and pinches
the saw chain in the cut.
D. Store idle power tools out of the reach of children
and do not allow persons unfamiliar with the power
tool or these instructions to operate the power tool.
Power tools are dangerous in the hands of untrained
users.
Tip contact in some cases may cause a sudden reverse
reaction, kicking the guide bar up and back towards the
operator.
E. Store idle appliances indoors. When not in use,
appliances should be stored indoors in a dry and high
or locked-up place, out of the reach of children.
F.
Use extreme caution when cutting brush and
saplings.The slender material may catch the saw chain
and be whipped toward you or pull you off balance.
Pinching the saw chain along the top of the guide bar may
push the guide bar rapidly back towards the operator.
Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or
binding of moving parts, breakage of parts and
any other condition that may affect the power tools
operation. If damaged, have the power tool repaired
before use. Many accidents are caused by poorly
maintained power tools.
Either of these reactions may cause you to lose control of
the saw which could result in a serious personal injury. Do
not rely exclusively upon the safety devices build into your
saw. As a chain saw user, you should take several steps to
keep your cutting jobs free from accident or injury.
Kickback is the result of tool misuse and/or incorrect
operating procedures or conditions and can be avoided by
taking proper precautions as given below:
G. Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly
maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting edges are
less likely to bind and are easier to control.
H. Use the power tool, accessories and tool bits etc.,
in accordance with these instructions and in the
manner intended for the particular type of power
tool, taking into account the working conditions
and the work to be performed. Use of the power tool
for operations different from those intended could result
in a hazardous situation.
•
Maintain a firm grip, with thumbs and fingers
encircling the chain saw handles, with both hands
on the saw and position your body and arm to allow
you to resist kickback forces.Kickback forces can be
controlled by the operator, if proper precautions are
taken. Do not let go of the chain saw.
•
Do not overreach and do not cut above shoulder
height.This helps prevent unintended tip contact and
enables better control of the chain saw in unexpected
situations.
•
Only use replacement bars and chains specified
by the manufacturer.Incorrect replacement bars and
chains may cause chain breakage and/or kickback.
•
Follow the manufacturer’s sharpening and
maintenance instructions for the saw
chain.Decreasing the depth gauge height can
lead to increased kickback.
I. Keep guards in place and in working order.
5. Chain Saw Safety
A. Hold the power tool by insulated gripping surfaces
only, because the saw chain may contact hidden
wiring or its own cord.Saw chains contacting a “live”
wire may make exposed metal parts of the power tool
“live” and could give the operator an electric shock.
B. Wear safety glasses and hearing protection. Further
protective equipment for head, hands, legs, and
feet is recommended.Adequate protective clothing will
reduce personal injury by flying debris or accidental
contact with the saw chain.
6. Service
Have your power tool serviced by a qualified repair
person using only identical replacement parts. This will
ensure that the safety of the power tool is maintained.
C. Do not operate a chain saw in a tree.Operation of
a chain saw while up in a tree may result in personal
injury.
7. Battery Safety
D. Always keep proper footing and operate the chain
saw only when standing on a fixed, secure, and
level surface.Slippery or unstable surfaces such as
ladders may cause a loss of balance or control of the
chain saw.
A. Do not charge power tool in rain, or in wet locations.
B. Do not use battery-operated power tool in the rain.
C. Use only the following type and size battery: Toro
battery model 88508 or 88509 and battery charger
88507 or 88510.
E. When cutting a limb that is under tension be alert
for spring back.When the tension in the wood fibre is
released the spring loaded limb may strike the operator
and/or throw the chain saw out of control.
D. Remove or disconnect the battery before servicing,
cleaning, or removing material from the power tool.
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bracelets, and keys. The battery or conductor may
overheat and cause burns.
E. Do not dispose of the battery in a fire. The cell may
explode. Check with local codes for possible special
disposal instructions.
F.
I. Ideal charging temperature is between 0 degrees C and
50 degrees C (32 and 122 degrees F). Charging outside
of this temperature range will increase the charging
time.
Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte
is corrosive and may cause damage to the eyes or skin.
It may be toxic if swallowed.
G. Do not open or mutilate the battery. Released electrolyte
is flammable and can cause damage if exposed to fire.
WARNING—To reduce the risk of injury, user must read instruction
manual.
H. Exercise care in handling batteries in order not to short
the battery with conducting materials such as rings,
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Safety and Instructional Decals
Important: Safety and instruction decals are located near areas of potential danger. Replace damaged decals.
121-7647
1. Overheating/high amp
indicator
3. Hand guard
forward—motor stop
121-7644
2. Hand guard
backward—motor run
4. Warning—read the
Operator's Manual
1. Wear ear protection; wear eye protection; do not operate in
wet conditions; contact of the guide bar tip with any object
should be avoided; tip contact can cause the guide bar to
move suddenly upward and backward, which can cause
serious injury; always use two hands when operating the
chain saw.
121-7652
1. Read the Operator's Manual—contact of the guide bar tip
with any object should be avoided; tip contact can cause
the guide bar to move suddenly upward and backward,
which can cause serious injury; always use two hands
when operating the chain saw.
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121–7648
125–3240
1. Wear ear protection; wear eye protection; do not operate in
wet conditions; contact of the guide bar tip with any object
should be avoided; tip contact can cause the guide bar to
move suddenly upward and backward, which can cause
serious injury; always use two hands when operating the
chain saw.
125–3299
121–7699
1. Wear ear protection; wear eye protection; do not operate in
wet conditions; contact of the guide bar tip with any object
should be avoided; tip contact can cause the guide bar to
move suddenly upward and backward, which can cause
serious injury; always use two hands when operating the
chain saw.
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125–8298
121–7654
125–8299
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Setup
3. Turn the chain tensioning bolt to the left to move the
mounting plate close to the sprocket (Figure 2).
Assembling the Bar and Chain
DANGER
Contact with the chain saw teeth can cause serious
injury.
• Remove the battery before performing any
adjustments or maintenance to the chain saw.
• Always wear gloves when performing any
adjustments of maintenance to the chain saw.
If the bar and chain are not already installed, perform the following
steps:
1. Place the chain saw on a level surface.
2. Remove the two bolts that secure the cover (Figure 1).
Figure 2
1. Sprocket
3. Stud (2)
2. Tensioning bolt
4. Adjusting pin
4. Align the bar with the two studs and the adjusting pin.
5. Place the chain around the drive sprocket, with the teeth of
the chain facing away from the sprocket (Figure 2).
6. Feed the chain into the groove in the bar.
7. Install the cover and the nuts, but do not fully tighten the
nuts.
8. Hold up the tip of the bar (Figure 3).
Figure 1
1. Cover
2. Nuts
Figure 3
9. Tighten the chain by turning the tensioning bolt to the right
(Figure 2), until the chain touches the underside of the bar.
10. Tigthen the 2 nuts (Figure 1).
11. Check the chain tension. If more tensioning is required,
repeat this procedure starting at 7.
Note: The chain tension is correct when you are able
to use a gloved hand to pull the chain smoothly around
the blade bar
Note: A new chain may need adjusting after it’s first
use. Refer to Adjusting the Chain Tension (page 14).
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Filling the Chain Saw With Oil
Operation
1. Place the chain saw on a flat surface and remove the battery.
Important: The battery pack is not fully charged when
it is purchased. Refer to Charging the Battery Pack
(page 11).
2. Clean the area around the oil cap (Figure 4).
Starting the Chain Saw
1. Set the chain saw down on a level surface.
2. Align the tongue of the battery pack with the battery cavity
in the chain saw (Figure 5).
Figure 4
1. Oil cap
2. Window
3. Remove the cap and pour oil into the chain saw until the oil
fills the window (Figure 4).
Note: Do not fill the chain saw higher than the bottom
of the fill neck.
4. Clean up any spilled oil and replace the oil cap.
Figure 5
1. Latch
2. Tongue
3. Push the battery pack into the battery cavity until the latch
locks into place.
4. With one hand on the auxiliary handle and the other on
the trigger handle, press the trigger lock, then squeeze the
trigger to start the chain saw (Figure 6).
Figure 6
1. Trigger lock
2. Trigger switch
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3. Auxiliary handle
Understanding the Automatic
Motor Stop and Chain Brake
When the battery is at risk of overheating or the battery is
delivering a high amperage, the motor will stop to prevent any
damage to the battery, and the light will flash (Figure 7).
Release the trigger switch, then press the trigger switch. If the
motor does not start, allow the battery to cool before continuing
operation.
Figure 8
Note: Removing the battery from the chain saw may help
the battery to cool down quicker.
When kickback occurs, the hand guard moves forward to the stop
position (Figure 9), activating the chain brake that stops the chain
and motor.
Note: It is safe practice to activate the chain brake when
transporting the chain saw.
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Figure 7
1. Battery overheating or
high amp—light will flash
3. Hand guard
activated—motor will
not run.
2. Hand guard not
activated—motor will
run if trigger lock and
trigger switch are held.
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Figure 9
1. Hand guard—stop position
To restart the motor, move the hand guard back to the operation
position (Figure 10).
WARNING
Kickback can cause serious or fatal injury to the
operator.
Note: There is an audible click to indicate that the hand
guard has been moved to the operating position.
Always ensure the chain brake system is working
properly before operation.
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The two types of kickback are as follows:
•
A fast upward motion of the chain saw that occurs when the
chain at the nose or top of the bar (Figure 8) contacts an
object.
•
A fast backward motion of the chain saw that occurs when
the chain at the nose or top of the bar (Figure 8) is pinched
by the object being cut.
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Figure 10
1. Hand guard—operation position
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Stopping the Chain Saw
To stop the chain saw, release the trigger switch.
Cutting
1. Grip the chain saw with two hands as shown in (Figure 11).
Note: Keeping your left arm straight with your elbow
locked will help reduce any kickback.
Figure 12
1. Retreat path
3. Direction of fall
2. 45 degree angle
2. Grip the chain saw as shown in (Figure 11).
3. Make a notching undercut that goes in one-third the diameter
of the tree, perpendicular to the desired direction of fall
(Figure 13).
Note: Making the undercut first will prevent the chain
saw from being pinched while making the second notch.
Figure 11
2. Stand on solid, even ground in front of the wood to be cut.
3. Press the chain saw lightly against the wood, allowing the
weight of the chain saw to drive the cutting.
4. Keep steady pressure on the chain saw throughout the cut,
and only release pressure near the end of the cut.
Pruning
1. Before pruning, ensure that all bystanders are away from the
area where branches may fall.
2. Grip the chain saw as shown in (Figure 11).
3. For small branches, apply light pressure to the branch to
be cut.
4. For larger branches, make a shallow undercut and then
complete the cut from the topside of the branch.
Felling a Tree
Figure 13
1. Before starting the felling process, determine an appropriate
retreat path. Refer to Figure 12.
1. Direction of fall
2. Notching undercut
4. Make a back cut parallel to the notching undercut, keeping
the back cut at least 51 mm (2 inches) above and away from
the notching undercut (Figure 14).
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Bucking a Log
If the log is supported along its entire length, cut all the way
through the log from the top (Figure 16).
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Figure 16
1. Cut from the top
2. Chain saw
Figure 14
1. Direction of fall
4. 51 mm (2 inches)
2. Notching undercut
5. Back cut
If the log is supported on one end, cut one-third of the diameter
from the bottom, then cut from the top to meet the first cut (Figure
17).
3. Hinge
5. As the back cut nears the hinge (Figure 14), the tree should
begin to fall. Remove the chain saw, stop the blade by
releasing the trigger, place the chain saw down, and retreat
along the path you determined in 1.
Important: If the tree begins to fall in an undesired
direction, immediately stop the cut and use a wedge
to open the cut and push the tree in the desired
direction.
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Limbing a Tree
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1. Grip the chain saw as shown in (Figure 11).
Figure 17
2. First cut the smaller branches, leaving larger, supporting
branches for last (Figure 15).
1. One-third diameter cut
from the bottom
2. Chain saw
3. Second cut from the top
If the log is supported on both ends but not in the middle, cut
one-third of the diameter from the top, then cut from the bottom to
meet the first cut (Figure 18).
Figure 15
1. Direction of cut
2. Chain saw
3. Limb
3. If a branch is under tension, cut it from the underside to
prevent binding of the chain saw (Figure 15).
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Figure 18
1. One-third diameter cut
from the top
3. Second cut from the
bottom
Figure 20
2. Chain saw
1. Latch
If the log is on a hill, always stand on the uphill side of the log
(Figure 19).
Figure 19
1. Direction of slope
Removing the Battery
1.
Figure 21
Place the chain saw on a flat surface.
1. Battery terminals
2. Press down on the latch and remove the battery from the
cavity.
Note: If you have trouble removing the battery, apply
some dielectric grease to the battery terminals (Figure
21). Do not use any other type of lubricant as it can
cause damage to the terminals.
Charging the Battery Pack
WARNING
CALIFORNIA
Proposition 65 Warning
Battery posts, terminals, and related
accessories contain lead and lead compounds,
chemicals known to the State of California
to cause cancer and reproductive harm.
Wash hands after handling.
Important: For best results, your battery tool should
be charged in a location where the temperature is more
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than 5° C (41° F) but less than 40° C (104° F). To reduce
the risk of serious personal injury, do not store outside
or in vehicles. Charging time will be increased if not
charged within this range.
5. Refer to Figure 24 to interpret the LED indicators on the
battery charger.
1. If the power cord is not plugged in to the charger, plug it in
to the charger (Figure 22), then plug the power cord into
a power socket.
2. Turn the battery upside down and line up the battery terminal
with the slot in the charger (Figure 22 and Figure 23).
Figure 22
1. Insert battery here
Figure 24
3. Charge/storage mode
switch
4. Power cord plug-in
location
2. LED indicators
1. Red light on; green
light flashing—battery is
charging.
5. Red light off; green
light flashing—battery is
preparing for storage.
2. Red light on; green
light on—battery is fully
charged.
6. Red light off; green light
on—battery is prepared
for storage.
7. Red light on; green light
3. Red light flashing; green
off—no battery inserted.
light off—abnormal battery
temperature (greater than
40 C (104 F) or less than 5
C (41 F).
4. Charge/storage mode
switch
8. Red light flashing; green
light flashing—battery is
defective.
Important: If the charger indicates an abnormal battery
temperature, allow the battery to cool or warm up as
needed before inserting the battery into the charger.
Figure 23
1. LED indicators (level of
charge)
3. Battery terminal
Storing a lithium-ion battery at 40% of its capacity maximizes
battery life.
2. Release button
4. Test button
Use storage mode (Figure 24) when the battery will not be used
for 1 month or longer.
1. Insert the battery into the charger.
3. Slide the battery into the charger until it clicks into place.
2. Turn storage mode on.
4. To remove the battery, pull up on the release button and
slide the battery backwards out of the charger.
3. The battery will charge or discharge as necessary to
approximately 40% charge.
4. When the battery is ready for storage (Figure 24, item 6.),
remove the battery from the charger.
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Maintenance
Recommended Maintenance Schedule(s)
Maintenance Service
Interval
Maintenance Procedure
Before each use or daily
•
•
•
•
•
•
Check the oil level.
Check the chain brake.
Clean the bar groove and oil passage holes.
Check the sprocket for wear.
Check the wear on the bar.
Check the wear on the chain.
After each battery drain
cycle
• Adjust the chain tension.
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Adding Oil to the Chain Saw
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
1. Place the chain saw on a flat surface and remove the battery.
2. Check the window. If the oil cannot be seen in the window,
oil needs to be added to the chain saw (Figure 25).
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Figure 26
1. Hand brake—stop position
3. Using a gloved hand, grip the chain and attempt to pull it
around the bar.
4. If the chain brake is working properly, the chain will not
rotate around the bar.
Figure 25
1. Oil cap
5. Disengage the hand brake, then pull the chain around the
bar to ensure that the hand brake disengages properly.
2. Window
Cleaning the Bar Groove and
Oil Passage Holes
3. Clean the area around the oil cap (Figure 25).
4. Remove the cap and pour oil into the chain saw until the oil
fills the window (Figure 25).
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
Note: Do not fill the chain saw higher than the bottom
of the fill neck.
1. Place the chain saw on a flat surface and remove the battery.
2. Remove the two nuts that secure the cover (Figure 27).
5. Clean up any spilled oil and replace the oil cap.
Checking the Chain Brake
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
1. Place the chain saw on a flat surface and remove the battery.
2.
Engage the chain brake by pushing the hand brake forward
to the stop position (Figure 26).
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If the chain tension needs to be adjusted, perform the following
steps:
1. Place the chain saw on a level surface.
2. Loosen the 2 nuts on the cover without removing the cover
(Figure 29).
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2
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Figure 27
1. Cover
2. Nuts
3. Remove the chain from the bar and remove the bar.
4. Check the bar grooves and the oil passage hole for debris,
and clean it if necessary (Figure 28).
Figure 29
1. Tensioning bolt
3. Nut (2)
2. Chain
3. Hold up the tip of the bar (Figure 30).
Figure 28
1. Oil passage
2. Oil groove
Figure 30
5. Install the chain, bar, and cover. Refer to Replacing the Bar
and Chain (page 15).
4. Tighten the chain by turning the tensioning bolt to the right,
until the chain touches the underside of the bar.
Adjusting the Chain Tension
5. Tighten the 2 nuts (Figure 29).
Service Interval: After each battery drain cycle
6. Check the chain tension. If more tensioning is required,
repeat this procedure .
DANGER
Checking and Replacing the
Sprocket
Contact with the chain saw teeth can cause serious
injury.
• Remove the battery before performing any
adjustments or maintenance to the chain saw.
• Always wear gloves when performing any
adjustments of maintenance to the chain saw.
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
1. Remove the cover, chain and guide bar; refer to Replacing
the Bar and Chain (page 15).
2. Remove the E-clip (Figure 31).
Check the chain tension by pulling the chain around the blade
bar using a gloved hand.
Note: The chain should move smoothly around the blade
bar when pulled by hand, and should remain in contact with
the underside of the bar (Figure 29).
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2
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Figure 32
Figure 31
1. Sprocket
1. Cover
3. E-clip
2. Nuts
2. Spacer
4. Loosen the chain by turning the chain-tightening screw to
the left (Figure 33).
3. Remove the spacer (Figure 31).
Note: The blade bar will move closer to the drive
sprocket.
4. Remove the sprocket.
5. If the wear marks on the sprocket are deeper than 0.5 mm
(0.02 in) it should be replaced (Figure 31).
A. Place the new sprocket on the crankshaft.
B. Place the spacer and clip onto the new sprocket.
C. Install the guide bar and the chain.
D. Check the chain tension; refer to Adjusting the Chain
Tension (page 14).
Replacing the Bar and Chain
Service Interval: Before each use or daily
Before each use or daily
DANGER
Contact with the chain saw teeth can cause serious
injury.
Figure 33
• Remove the battery before performing any
adjustments or maintenance to the chain saw.
• Always wear gloves when performing any
1. Sprocket
3. Stud (2)
2. Tensioning bolt
4. Adjusting pin
adjustments of maintenance to the chain saw.
5. Separate the chain from the blade.
1. Place the chain saw on a level surface.
6. Align the bar with the two studs and the adjusting pin (Figure
33).
2. Remove the battery.
7. Place the new chain around the drive sprocket, with the
teeth of the chain facing away from the sprocket (Figure 33).
3. Remove the two nuts that secure the cover (Figure 32).
8. Feed the chain into the groove in the blade bar.
9. Install the cover and the nuts, but do not fully tighten the
nuts.
10. Hold up the tip of the bar (Figure 34).
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Figure 34
11. Tighten the chain by turning the tensioning bolt to the right
(Figure 33), until the chain touches the underside of the bar.
12. Tighten the 2 nuts (Figure 32).
13. Check the chain tension. If more tensioning is required,
repeat this procedure starting at 9.
Note: The chain tension is correct when you are able
to use a gloved hand to pull the chain smoothly around
the blade bar
Battery Pack Preparation For
Recycling
WARNING
Upon removal, cover the battery pack’s terminals with
heavy-duty adhesive tape. Do not attempt to destroy
or disassemble the battery pack or remove any of its
components. Lithium-ion batteries must be recycled or
disposed of properly at the nearest battery recycling
facility.
Service
Should this item need service, take the product to your Authorized
Toro Service Dealer. Your Toro Dealer is specially trained to repair
Toro products and will ensure that your Toro stays “All” Toro.
Storage
•
When storing or transporting the chain saw, always place the
protective cover over the chain saw blade.
•
•
Clean all foreign material from the product.
•
Keep away from corrosive agents such as garden chemicals
and de-icing salts.
Store it in a well-ventilated place that is inaccessible to
children.
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Troubleshooting
Problem
The chain oil is
not lubricating
properly.
Using the battery when it is hot can reduce the operating time.
The battery will automatically stop working when it is overheated
to prevent damage to it. Remove the battery from the charger and
allow it to cool before placing it back into the chain saw.
Using the battery when there is moisture on the leads can cause
the chain saw to malfunction. Allow the battery to dry or wipe it
dry before placing it back into the chain saw.
Problem
The motor does
not run or runs
intermittently.
Possible Cause
Corrective Action
1. The chain
brake is
engaged.
1. Disengage the
chain brake
by pulling the
hand guard
toward the
handle until
there is an
audible click.
2. The battery is
low on charge.
3. The battery is
not fully seated.
2. Charge the
battery.
3. Make sure
the battery is
pushed all the
way into the
housing.
4. Allow the
battery to cool.
5. Release the
trigger switch,
then press the
trigger switch.
6. Remove the
cover and
clean out any
debris.
4. The battery is
too hot.
5. The battery
has exceeded
high amperage
limits.
6. There is debris
under the
cover.
The motor is
running, but the
chain does not
rotate.
1. The chain is
not properly
seated on the
sprocket.
1. Reinstall the
chain and
ensure the links
are properly
seated in the
sprocket.
The chain brake
does not engage.
1. There is a
chain brake
malfunction
1. Immediately
take the chain
saw to a
local service
location.
The chain saw
does not properly
cut.
1. The chain is
not tensioned
correctly.
1. Set the proper
tension on the
chain.
2. The chain is
dull.
3. The chain
is installed
backwards.
4. The chain is
dry.
2. Replace the
chain.
3. Reinstall the
chain.
4. Check the oil
level.
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Possible Cause
Corrective Action
1. The oil port is
plugged.
1. Clean out any
debris from the
oil port.
2. The oil groove
in the bar is
plugged/
2. Clean out any
debris from the
oil groove.
Notes:
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Notes:
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The Toro Promise - Electric Products
A Three-Year Full Warranty for Residential Use for the United States and Canada
The Toro Company and its affiliate, Toro Warranty Company, pursuant to an agreement between them, jointly warrant this product for three years
against defects in material or workmanship when used for normal residential purposes.*
If you think your Toro Product contains a defect in materials or workmanship, if you have questions or problems, and before returning this product call
toll free:
Trimmers:
Blowers:
Snowthrowers:
1-800-237-2654 (US)
1-800-248-3258 (Canada)
1-888-367-6631 (US)
1-888-430-1687 (Canada)
1-800-808-2963 (US)
1-800-808-3072 (Canada)
To receive a replacement or repair, at our option, return the complete unit to the seller. United States and Canada customers may return their product,
with proof of purchase, to any Authorized Service Dealer. United States customers may also return their product, with proof of purchase, postage
prepaid, to the Toro Service Center, 5500 SE Delaware, Ankeny, IA 50021.
This warranty covers product defects only. Neither The Toro Company nor Toro Warranty Company is liable for indirect, incidental, or
consequential damages in connection with the use of the Toro Products covered by this warranty, including any cost or expense of
providing substitute equipment or service during reasonable periods of malfunction or non-use pending completion of repairs under this
warranty. Some states do not allow exclusions of incidental or consequential damages, so the above exclusions may not apply to you. This
warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
Countries Other than the United States and Canada
Customers who have purchased Toro products exported from the United States or Canada should contact their Toro Distributor (Dealer) to obtain
guarantee policies for your country, province, or state. If for any reason you are dissatisfied with your Distributor’s service or have difficulty obtaining
guarantee information, contact the Toro importer. If all other remedies fail, you may contact us at Toro Warranty Company.
Australian Consumer Law
Australian customers will find details relating to the Australian Consumer Law either inside the box or at your local Toro Dealer.
* Residential use means use of the product on the same lot as your home.
Part Number 374-0262 Rev. F
374-0262 Rev F
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