Simplicity MANUAL, MINISAW, 18V, SNAPPER Manual

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Simplicity MANUAL, MINISAW, 18V, SNAPPER Manual | Manualzz

18V MINISAW

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Owner's Manual

snapperaustralia.com.au

Read all safety rules and instructions carefully before operating this tool.

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IMPORTANT NOTES

Details

Thank you for purchasing your Snapper product. Snapper prides itself in the quality and performance of all its products.

This instruction manual will aid in the assembly, safe operation and maintenance of your product.

Please read the following warnings to ensure safety and the long life of your product.

WARNING

Do not attempt to operate this product until you have read thoroughly and understood completely all instructions, safety rules, etc, contained in this manual. Failure to comply may result in accidents involving electric shock, fire, and/or serious personal injury.

INTENDED USE

This cinisaw is designed for cutting branches, trunks, logs and beams of a diameter determined by the cutting length of the guide bar. It is only designed to cut wood. It is only to be used in an outdoor, domestic application by adults.

Do not use the cinisaw for any purpose not listed in this manual. This cinisaw is not to be used for professional tree services. It is not to be used by persons not wearing adequate personal protective equipment and clothing.

Do not use the product for any task, except for that which it is intended.

General safety

Warning!

Wear respiratory protection.

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Wear tight-fitted protective clothes.

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Wear safety goggles and ear protection that meet safety standards.

Ambient temperature

40˚C Max.

max.40°C

Wear sturdy, non-slip footwear.

Do not throw into water.

Wear safety gloves.

Keep away from heat and/or open flame.

Wear respiratory protection.

Wear tight-fitted protective clothes.

Should NOT be disposed of with house hold items.

max.40°C

Ambient temperature

40˚C Max.

Do not throw into water.

Keep away from heat and/or open flame.

ASSEMBLY PROCEDURES

General safety

Beware of electric shock hazard when charging.

Kickback! Tip contact may cause the guide bar to move suddenly upward and backwards what may cause serious injury to user.

Contact of the guide bar tip with any object should be avoided.

Do not smoke in the work area, around the product and in the vicinity of flammable materials!

Correct direction of cuttingteeth.

Class II equipment

(Charger).

Do not use machine in wet conditions, protect the machine from rain and damp.

Guaranteed sound power level.

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CONTENTS

Table of Contents

Features & Definitions

Safety Features

Features & Supplied Items

Safety Features

Safety & Handling

Operating Instructions

Personal Protective Equipment

General Safety

Battery Safety Warning

Charger Safety Warning

Kickback Prevention

Installing the Battery

Removing the Battery

Holding the minisaw

Starting & Stopping

Maintenance & Care

Chain & Bar Lubricant

Chain Maintenance

Chain Sharpening

Bar & Chain Replacement

Service

Cleaning

Transporting

Storing

Maintenance Chart

Product Disposal

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Troubleshooting

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Technical Specifications

Troubleshooting

Warning Function

Product Specifications

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NOTE: WARRANTY DETAILS ARE NOT WRITTEN WITHIN THIS OPERATOR’S MANUAL.

REFER TO OTHER DOCUMENTS SUPPLIED WITH THIS MACHINE FOR WARRANTY

DETAILS.

THE WARRANTY DOCUMENTS MAY INCLUDE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS THAT

ARE SPECIFIC TO EACH MODEL THAT ARE NOT WRITTEN WITHIN THIS OPERATOR’S

MANUAL.

FEATURES DEFINITIONS

Features & Supplied Items

1. Trigger

2. Trigger Lock

3. Bar

4. Oil Cap

5. Chain

6. Battery Housing

7. Chain Adjuster Knob

8. Sprocket Cover

9. Handle

10. Bar Cover

11. 18V Li-Ion Battery

12. 18V Li-Ion Battery Charger

13. Charger Cord

14. Chain guard

- Battery & Charger Instruction/Safety Manual (not shown) - Mower Instruction/Safety Manual (not shown)

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WARNING

Do not operate the product if any component is missing or damaged. Have any missing or damaged components repaired or replaced.

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Safety Features

All safety features shall be checked prior to every use for damage and function. If they do no work as designed then do not use the minisaw until they have been repaired or replaced.

Trigger lock (A)

Fitted to the side of the rear handle, this prevents the accidental engagement of the trigger. The trigger can only be activated after the trigger lock has been released.

Handle guard (B)

Design to protect the operator's hand whilst cutting and in the event of that a chain breaks or derails.

Chain guard (C)

Design to protect the operator whilst cutting and in the event of that a chain breaks or derails.

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SAFETY FEATURES

Personal Protective Equipment

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G

H

All personal protective equipment (PPE) must conform to the relevant standards in your region in accordance with (EU) 2016/425.

The operator must check that all personal protective equipment (PPE) is fitted correctly, in safe working order & conforms with the relevant standards in your region.

All mandatory personal protective equipment must be worn at all times while operating the equipment. It is recommended using all the personal protective equipment shown in figure.

Safety Helmet (F)

• Must be replaced if cracked, damaged or past expiry date. Avoid

damage caused by attaching stickers, storing in direct sunlight and

contact with solvents. A Legionnaire-style flap can be attached to

protect the back of the neck.

• Safety helmet must always be worn during operation.

Hearing Protection (G)

• Either ear plugs or ear muffs. Be aware the ear plugs and some

cheap ear muffs may not provide sufficient protection when using

larger saws. Check with your dealer for correct level of protection required for your saw.

• Hearing protection must always be worn during operation of the minisaw.

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L

Eye & Face Protection (H)

• Preferably non-scratch and non-fogging. Can be either clear / mesh visor & glasses to be worn underneath face shield.

High Visibility Vest / Shirt (I)

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• Recommended that high visibility be worn during operation & transportation of minisaw.

Cut Resistant Gloves (J)

• Should be a snug fit and of a hard wearing, protective fabric. Some gloves have a gel which helps reduce vibration.

• Recommended that gloves be worn during operation & maintenance of the minisaw.

Cut Resistant Leg Protection (K)

• The cut resistant layers cannot be repaired and the garment should be replaced if it has been cut.

The effectiveness of the cut resistant layers maybe reduced overtime by the absorption of oil when used regularly.

• Although not mandatory its is highly recommended to use "chaps" cut resistant leg protection during operation of the minisaw.

Steel Capped Safety Boots (L)

• Should be non-slip & lace-up for better ankle support. Some safety boots have cut resistant material within the boot.

• Safety boots must be worn during operation, maintenance & transportation of the minisaw.

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General Safety

WARNING.

Read all safety warnings and all instructions. Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result in electric shock, fire, and/or serious injury. Save all warnings and instructions for future reference and ensure other users read this manual before use.

Work area safety

• Keep work area clean and well lit. Avoid using minisaw indoors and in dangerous environments.

• Do not operate machine in presence of flammable liquids, gases or dust. Sparks from operation may ignite dust or fumes.

• Keep children and bystanders away while operating the minisaw.

• Thoroughly inspect area where minisaw is to be used. Remove all objects that could be tripped over or thrown when cutting. Thrown objects may cause serious injury.

Electrical safety

• Power tool connector must match the battery connector. Never modify the connector in any way.

Do not use any adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power tools. Unmodified connectors and matching battery connectors will reduce risk of electric shock.

• 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.

• Do not expose power tools to rain or wet conditions. Water entering a power tool will increase the risk of electric shock.

• 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

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• Become familiar with all controls and their proper operation before using the minisaw. Know how to Reproduction

• Always wear appropriate clothing & do not wear loose clothing or jewellery that can get caught in moving parts.

• Wear appropriate protective equipment and clothing such as dust mask, non-skid safety shoes, and hard hat. Always wear eye protection.

• Remove all work tools from the minisaw before turning it on.

• Stay alert & do not operate the minisaw when tired. Pay close attention when operating minisaw and ensure others are aware of your intentions before using minisaw.

• Do not operate the minisaw while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.

• Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times.

• Always walk & never run with the minisaw and do not use it in a rush.

• Use extreme care when approaching blind corners, doorways or other objects that may obscure your view & path of the minisaw.

• Keep all parts of body away from the chain when the minisaw is operating. Before starting the minisaw, make sure the chain is not in contact with anything.

General Safety

• Always hold the minisaw with your right hand on the rear handle and your left hand on the front handle. Holding in reversed hand configuration will increase the risk of personal injury.

• Hold the power tool by insulated gripping surfaces only. Chains in contact with metal parts or live wire may give the operator an electric shock.

• Do not operate minisaw while up in a tree as this may result in personal injury.

• Always keep proper footing and operate minisaw only when standing on a fixed, secure and level surface. Slippery or unstable surfaces such as ladders may cause loss of balance or control of the machine.

• Use extreme caution when cutting brush or saplings. The slender material may catch the chain and be whipped toward you or pull you off balance.

• When cutting a limb under tension, be alert of spring back. When the tension in the wood fibres is released by cutting it, the spring loaded limb may strike the operator and/or throw the minisaw out of control.

• Keep handles dry, clean and free from oil and grease. Greasy or oily handles are slippery and may cause loss of control.

• Cut wood only. Do not use machine for unintended purposes. For example, do not use minisaw for cutting plastic, masonry or non-wood building materials as this is hazardous.

Machine use and care

• If the machine starts to vibrate excessively or if the switch does not turn it on and off.

Discontinue use until the minisaw has been inspected and fixed if required.

• Do not apply excessive force on the minisaw. Use it for intended application only.

• Remove the battery pack from the minisaw before making any adjustments, changing Not for reduce the risk of starting the machine unintentionally.

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Additional safety warnings

• It is recommended that inexperienced users should be trained by an experienced operator.

• Children and juveniles, with the exception of apprentices older than 16 years and under supervision must not operate the minisaw.

• Operating instructions should be kept handy.

• Unfit or tired persons must not operate the minisaw.

• The chain should come to a standstill before placing it down.

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Additional Warnings

It has been reported that vibrations from hand-held tools may contribute to a condition called

Raynaud’s Syndrome in certain individuals. Symptoms may include tingling, numbness and blanching of the fingers, usually apparent upon exposure to cold. Hereditary factors, exposure to cold and dampness, diet, smoking and work practices are all thought to contribute to the development of these symptoms. It is presently unknown what, if any, vibrations or extent of exposure may contribute to the condition. There are measures that can be taken by the operator to possibly reduce the effects of vibration:

• Keep your body warm in cold weather. When operating the unit wear gloves to keep the hands and wrists warm.

• After each period of operation, exercise to increase blood circulation.

• Take frequent work breaks. Limit the amount of exposure per day.

• Keep a tight grip on the handles.

• Only use the minisaw as intended by design and instructions.

• Ensure the minisaw is well maintained and in good condition.

• Maintain the minisaw in accordance with these instructions and keep it well lubricated.

If you experience any of the symptoms of this condition, immediately discontinue use and see your physician about these symptoms.

Battery safety warning

• Ensure the switch is in the off position before inserting the battery pack.

• Use only original Briggs & Stratton 18V batteries for the minisaw. Do not use any other battery packs as this may create a risk of injury and/or fire. Not for

• Protect the battery against water, moisture and heat (e.g. continuous intense sunlight and fire) to avoid danger of explosion.

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• In case of damage or improrer use of battery, vapours may be emitted. In this situation, ventilate the area and seek medical help as vapours may irritate respiratory system.

• The battery can be damaged by pointed objects such as nails or by force applied externally.

An internal short circuit can occur and the battery can burn, smoke, explode or overheat.

• Do not short-circuit battery to avoid danger of explosion.

Charger safety warning

• Appliance can only be used by children 8 years and above, persons with reduced physical, sensory or mental capabilities if given supervision, proper instructions for safe use and understanding of safety hazards.

• Supply cord cannot be replaced. If damaged, appliance should be scrapped.

• Only charge Briggs & Stratton 18V Lithium-Ion batteries. Do not charge non-rechargeable batteries.

Kickback Prevention

CAUSES AND OPERATOR PREVENTION OF KICKBACK:

Kickback may occur when the nose or tip of the guide bar touches an object, or when the wood closes in and pines the chain in the cut.

Tip contact in some cases may cause a sudden reverse reaction, kicking the guide bar up and back towards the operator.

Pining the chain along the top of the guide bar may push the guide bar rapidly back towards the operator.

Either of these reactions may cause you to lose control of the minisaw which could result in serious personal injury. Do not rely exclusively upon the safety devices built into your minisaw. As a minisaw 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:

• Maintain a firm grip, with thumbs and fingers encircling the chain saw handles, with both hands on the minisaw and your body and arm positioned 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 minisaw.

• Do not overreach and do not cut above shoulder height. This helps prevent unintended tip contact and enables better control of the minisaw in unexpected situations.

• Only use replacement bars and chains specified. Incorrect replacement bars and chains may cause chain breakage and/or kickback. Follow the sharpening and maintenance instructions for the chain. Decreasing the depth gauge height can lead to increased chance of kickback.

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• Always start cutting only when the chain is already running.

• Make sure that the chain is always properly sharpened.

• Never cut through more than one branch at a time! When lopping off branches, be careful not to touch any other branches.

• When cross-cutting, pay attention to trunks standing very close to each other. If possible, use a sawing trestle.

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DANGER ZONE

LOG

FORCE

KICK-BACK

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OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Installing the Battery

• Place the battery in the minisaw battery housing by aligning the raised ribs on battery with grooves in the minisaw’s battery port.

• Make sure the locking latch snaps in place and that battery pack is fully seated and secure in the minisaw before beginning operation.

Removing the Battery

1. Release the trigger to stop the minisaw.

2. Wait until chain has completely stopped.

3. Press and hold the locking latch.

4. Remove battery from the minisaw.

WARNING

It is highly recommended that the twin minisaw is operated with a Briggs &

Stratton 18V battery with at least 4.0Ah or higher in capacity. Failure to do so may result in poor performance and/or void of battery warranty.

Starting & Stopping

WARNING

WARNING

Check the chain tension before each use of the minisaw. Remove the battery from the minisaw before checking the chain tension or making adjustments to the chain. Wear protective gloves while handling the chain, bar or areas around the chain. Please refer to the section

“ADJUSTING THE CHAIN TENSION” later in this manual.

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WARNING

Never operate the minisaw without sufficient chain lubrication as this might damage the minisaw and pose a threat to safety. Check the chain lubricant level and function before each use. Refer to maintenance section for details.

Always keep the chain brake on when not in use to prevent accidental operation.

STARTING OPERATION

• Before starting operation, install the batteries into the machine.

• Press the on/off switch. The minisaw will beep as the chain brake is on. Once ready turn the chain brake off, this makes the switch trigger operational.

• Start the machine: Press the trigger lock-off button and then pull the trigger.

STOPPING OPERATION

1. Release the power switch trigger to stop the minisaw.

WARNING

Always remove batteries from the minisaw when not in use.

Chain & Bar Lubricant

ADDING CHAIN & BAR LUBRICANT

• Unscrew and remove the cap from the oil tank.

• Pour the oil into the oil tank and monitor the oil level gauge. Ensure that no dirt enters the oil tank while filling the oil in.

• Put the oil cap back on and tighten it up.

• One full oil tank will enable you to use the saw for 20-40 min, depending on application.

CHECKING THE CHAIN LUBRICANT

Check the amount of oil in the minisaw by looking at the oil level gauge. If the oil is low, follow the steps shown in section “ADDING CHAIN & BAR LUBRICANT” of this manual.

Additionally check that the chain is being lubricated sufficiently by performing the following:

• Position the bar nose over a light background (tree stump) and run the chain at approximately half speed.

• Make sure it throws out an increasing trace of oil as shown in the picture below.

WARNING

Never operate the minisaw without sufficient chain lubrication as this might damage the minisaw and pose a threat to safety. Check the chain lubricant level before and frequently during use. Be careful not to allow the tip of the bar to contact any surface as kick back may occur.

Chain Maintenance

WARNING

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Always remove the battery from the machine before checking the chain tension or making adjustments to the chain. Wear protective gloves while handling the chain, bar or areas around the chain.

ADJUSTING THE CHAIN TENSION

• Untighten slightly by turning the chain adjusting knob counterclockwise.

• To increase the chain tension, turn the chain tensioner adjustment knob clockwise and check the chain tension frequently. To reduce the chain tension, turn the chain tensioner adjustment knob counterclockwise and check the chain tension frequently.

• The chain tension is correct when the gap between the drive link in the chain and the bar is between 3mm-4mm. Pull the chain in the middle of the lower side of the bar downwards (away from the bar) and measure the distance between the bar and the chain.

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Chain Sharpening

GUIDE BAR MAINTENANCE

• When you have finished working, clean out the groove and the oil passages with a scraping hook.

• Periodically trim the sides of rails using a flat file. If not done in the long run, the feather edges might break away and damage the bar.

• If one rail is higher than the other one, it is necessary to make it even with a flat file then smooth it with a file or fine grain abrasive paper.

When servicing, use only identical replacement parts. Use of any other parts may create a hazard or cause product damage.

WARNING

To avoid serious personal injury, always remove the battery from the tool when cleaning or performing any maintenance.

Contacting the dirt/earth with the chain will blunt the chain quickly.

Bar and Chain Replacement

ASSEMBLY

The user should know how to assemble the guide bar and chain. Check the chain tensioning and add oil as described in this manual before each operation.

REPLACING THE GUIDE BAR AND CHAIN

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Make sure you remove the battery from the unit. Wear protective gloves.

• Unscrew the sprocket cover tighten knob and remove the sprocket cover.

• The chain should face in the direction of chain rotation. If they face backwards, turn the loop over.

• Place the chain drive links into the bar groove. Position the chain so there is a loop at the back of the bar.

• Hold the chain in position on the bar and place the loop around the sprocket and make sure it is correctly mounted. Make sure the bar hole fits well with bolt for chain tension.

• Replace the sprocket cover, turn the chain tension adjust knob clockwise until the chain is properly tensioned. The guide bar must then be pushed upwards and check chain tension again. Do not tension the chain too tight.

• After the chain is well-tensioned, tighten the knob again.

Note: The chain is properly tensioned if, in the middle of the guide bar, it can be lifted 3mm to

4mm from the edge of the guide bar. Start the minisaw again with a new chain, allowing it to run-in for 2~3 minutes.

WARNING

After the run-in time, check the chain tension and retighten the chain if necessary.

WARNING

Ensure the chain direction is correct prior to starting the minisaw operation.

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Service

Servicing requires extreme care and knowledge and should be performed only by a qualified service technician. For service we suggest you return the product to your nearest Authorized service centre for repair. When servicing, use only genuine replacement parts.

• Keep the handles dry, clean, and free of oil and grease.

• In order to reduce the risk of fire, keep the motor free of grass, leaves, and debris build-

up.

• Check the chain tension frequently.

• For best and safest performance, maintain the minisaw with care. Keep the chain

sharp and clean. The chains are sharp, and can cut. Wear gloves and use extra caution when servicing.

• Keep all nuts, bolts, and screws tight in order to be sure that the equipment is in safe

working condition.

• Never tamper with safety devices. Check them regularly for proper operation.

• For best and safest performance, maintain the minisaw by;

- Keeping the chain sharp and clean.

- Regularly check the bar and guides for burrs. Refer to bar maintenance.

- After each use, or as required remove the sprocket cover and blade to remove debris and excess chain lubrication to allow free sprocket and chain movement and to prolong chain sharpness and life.

NOTE: Refer to warranty card supplied with this product for service contact details.

Cleaning

To prevent serious personal injury remove the battery from the machine before servicing, cleaning, or removing debris.

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• Use a small brush or vacuum cleaner to clean the air vents on the product

• Keep the air vents free of obstructions.

• Do not use solvents, strong detergents, certain aromatic oils such as pine and lemon

when cleaning plastic parts. Chemicals can damage, weaken or destroy plastic

component which may result in serious personal injury.

• Lubricate the bar after each use. Use a suitable oil for the environment the machine is operated in e.g. silicone based oil or spray. During extended periods of operation lubrication should be applied to the blades.

• Remove the Sprocket Cover and remove debris, oil etc after each use.

• Remove chain and bar and clean thoroughly using a solvent. Ensure all solvent is removed

prior to attaching back onto the saw body.

Transporting

Before transporting the minisaw, always remove the battery from the minisaw and slide the chain/ bar cover over the bar and chain. If the minisaw is to be transported or stored for long periods it is advisable to drain the chain lubrication fluid from the product.

Storing

The following steps should be taken in order to prepare the machine for storage.

• Clean the machine as described in the previous section.

• Store the machine in a dry, clean location. Do not store it next to corrosive materials,

such as fertilizer or fuel.

• Store the machine indoors, in a cool, dry place, out of the reach of children.

• Ensure battery is removed before storage.

Maintenance Chart

Refer to the following chart for routine maintenance.

Features

Chainsaw

Chainsaw

Chain & Bar

Chain & Bar

Chain & Bar

Chain Brake

Sprocket

Oil Tank

Lub ricati on Flow

Chain Catch

Product Disposal

Requirements lub & battery change

Visual In specti on

Clean (outer shell)

Tension

Sharpen

Replace

Replace

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Replace

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Replace

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Waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste.

Please recycle where facilities exist. Check with your local authority or retailer

for recycling advice.

The battery contains material which is hazardous to you and the environment. It must be removed and disposed of separately at a facility that accepts lithium-ion batteries.

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Refer to Briggs & Stratton 18V Battery & Charger manual for further information relating to battery and charger disposal.

Emergency Contact

In the rare case a battery is damaged & any of the contents leaks or comes into contact with a persons skin, eyes, or is ingested, follow the first aid instructions inside the battery & charger manual. Seek further medical attention immediately.

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TROUBLE SHOOTING

Troubleshooting

PROBLEM

Bar and chain running hot and smoking.

Motor runs, but chain is not rotating.

POSSIBLE CAUSE

Check chain tension for overtightened condition.

Bar lube reservoir empty.

Chain tension too tight. Check guide bar and chain assembly.

Check guide bar and chain for damage.

REMEDY

Tension chain. Refer to Chain Tension earlier in this manual.

Check bar lube reservoir.

Retention chain. Refer to Chain Tension earlier in this manual.

Refer to Replacing the Bar and Chain earlier in this manual.

Inspect guide bar and chain.

Replace the chain.

minisaw is not cutting or is not cutting straight.

Chain is blunt.

* LOAD PROTECTION

The minisaw has built in load sensing. When the load is high, the minisaw will shut the motor down immediately and emit beeping sound informing the user that the load protection has been activated protecting the product and user.

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TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Product Specification

PRODUCT

SPECIFICATION

MOTOR TYPE

MOTOR SPEC

MOTOR SPEED (RPM)

BAR LENGTH (in) / (mm)

BAR MAKE AND MODEL

CHAIN MAKE AND MODEL

CHAIN GAUGE (in)

CHAIN PITCH (in)

CHAIN SPEED (m/s)

BAR LUBRICATION CAPACITY (ml)

PRODUCT WEIGHT (KG)

PRODUCT WEIGHT WITH BAR AND CHAIN (KG)

SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL, dB(A) K = 3.0 dB(A)

MEASURED SOUND POWER LEVEL, dB(A) K = 3.0 dB(A)

GUARANTEED SOUND POWER LEVEL, dB(A)

18V Minisaw

DC BRUSHED

18V

22000

5" / 110

0.043"

0.3"

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VIBRATION1 (m/s 2 ) 3.4

¹ Value for use for assessment of user exposure. Actual vibration during use of the minisaw may differ depending on actual conditions. Uncertainty of measurement, K = 1.5 m/s 2

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WARNING

The actual vibration values during use of the tool can be different from the above stated and depend on the use of the tool; and the need to identify safety measures to protect the operator are based on an estimation of exposure in the actual conditions of use (taking account all parts of the operating cycle such as the times when the tool is switched off and when it is running idle in addition to the trigger time).

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©2022 Briggs & Stratton.

SNAPPER is a trademark of Briggs & Stratton.

All rights reserved. No part of this booklet may be reproduced by any means without prior written permission. All information herein is subject to change without notice.

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