User Manual
MT250C
Attention Statements
Throughout this manual are special
attention statements.
CONTENTS
DANGER!
A statement preceded by the triangular
attention symbol and the word
"DANGER"indicates an imminently
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, will result in death or
serious injury!
ENGINE PART.....................1-16
BRUSH CUTTER................17-27
POLE PRUNER..................28-39
DANGER!
A statement preceded by the triangular
attention symbol and the word
"WARNING"indicates a potentially
hazardous situation which, if not
avoided, COULD result in death or
serious injury!
HEDGE TRIMMER..............40-49
CAUTION!
A statement preceded by the word
"CAUTION" contains information
that should be acted upon to avoid
damage to the machine.
IMPORTANT!
A statement preceded by the word
"IMPORTANT" is one that possesses
special significance.
NOTE:
A statement preceded by the word
"ONTE" contains information that is
handy to know and may make your job
easier.
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Safety Precautions
Introduction
Long reach hedge trimmer 2600 is
designed and built to deliver superior
performance and reliability without
compromise to quality, comfort, safety or
durability.
DANGER!
THE ARTICULATED HEDGE
TRIMMER IS NOT INSULATED
AGAINST ELECTRICAL SHOCK1
Approaching or contacting electrical
lines with the trimmer could cause
death or serious injury. Keep the
trimmer at least 10meters away from
electrical lines or branches that
contact electrical lines.
IMPORTANT!
The information contained in these
instrucitions describes components
available at the time of publication.
While every attempt has been made to
provide the latest information about your
product, there may be some differences
between your attachment and
what is described here. We reserves
the right to make changes to products without
prior notice and without obligation to make
alterations to components
previously manufactured.
An articulated hedge trimmer has the potential
to do serious damage if misused, abused or
mishandled. To reduce the risk of injury, you
must maintain control at all times, and observe
all safety precautions during operation.
Never permit a person without training or
instruction to operate this machine!
NOTE!
The procedures described in this manual
are intenaded to help you get the most
from your machine as well as to protect
you and others from harm.
these procedures are guidelines for safe
operation under most conditions, and are
not intended to replace any safety rules
and/or laws that may be in force in your
area.
If you have questions regarding your
power tool, or if you do not understand
someting in this manual, your local
dealer will be glad to assist you.
For specific maintenance and safety
information about you long reach Hedge
trimmer T2600 Multipurpose Engine or
long reach pruner P2600 power head,
consult the owner's manual provided
with it. If it has been lost or misplace,
contact us for a replacement.
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Operating Precautions
Never operate this tool or any
other power equipment if you are
tired, ill, or under the influence of
alcohol, drugs, or any substance
that could affect your ability or
judgement.
read and follow this manual,
make sure anyone using the
trimmer dose likewise. Failure
to do so could result in serious
personal injury or machine
failure. Keep this manual for
future reference.
Always wear a hard hat to reduce
the risk of head injuries during
operation of this machine.In
addition, always wear eye and
hearing protection. We
recommends wearing a face
shield as additional face and eye
protection.
Wear non-slip heavy-duty gloves
to improve your grip on the
trimmer handle. Wear sturdy
footwear with nonship soles to
proivide good footing. Steel-toes
safety boots are recommended.
Were snug-fitting clothes that also
permits freedom of movement.
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Keep bystanders at least 15 meters
(50 feet) away from the operating
trimmer to reduce the risk of being
struck by falling objects or thrown
debris.
Never cut off branches over your
head. The cut-off branches may
hit you and cause serious injury.
Operating Precautions
WARNING!
Never operate this machine or other
power equiment if you are tired, ill, or
under the influence of alcohol, drugs,
or any other substance that could
affect your ability of judgement.
Do not operate the articulated hedge
trimmer with the muffler removed.
Never permit a person without training
or instruction to operate this machine.
Always make sure the cutter
attachment is properly installed and
firmly tightened before operation.
Never use a cracked or warped cutter
or cutter bar: replace or repair before
use.
Before starting the engine, make sure
the cutter is clear of all objects.
Make sure there is always good
ventilation when operating the
articulated hedge trimmer. Fumes from
engine exhaust can cause serious
injury or death. Never run the engine
indoors!
Always stop the engine immedi-ately
and check for damage if you strike a
foreign object or if the machine
becomes tangled. do not operate with
broken or dama-ged equipment.
Make sure there are no missing or
loose fasteners, and that the stop
switch and throttle controls are working
properly
When cutting a branch that is under
tension, be alert for spring-back so that
you will not be struck by the moving
branch.
If a cutter should bind fast in a cut,
shut off the engine immediately. Push
the branch or tree to ease the bind and
free the cutter.
Stop the machine immediately if it
suddenly begins to vibrate or shake.
Inspect for broken, missing or
improperly installed parts or
attachments.
Make sure the cutters are correctly
adjusted before operating the
articulated hedge trimmer (see page
17 for cutter adjustment procedures).
Never attempt cutter adjustment with
the engine running!
Never smoke or light fires near the
hedge trimmer. Keep the trimmer away
from excessive heat. Engine fuel is
very flammable and fire could lead to
serious personal injury or property
damage.-
Make sure of no fuel leaking from Fuel
tank, fuel cap, Fuel pipe and
carburetor and other parts which fuel
may leak. Repair the machine if fuel
leaking, make sure no leaking again.
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Installing the Powerhead
1.Place the powerhead on a clean, flat
surface, spark plug facing up.
2.Use the 4mm allen wrench to loosen
the tube clamp as shown in figure 4.
CAUTION!
Do not force the lower tube info
the powerhead! Excessive force
can damage the components.
4.Push the lower tube towards the tube
clamp and rotate it by hand to check
that the mainshaft splines engage the
powerhead, See Figure 5
5.Insert the lower tube into the tube
clamp until it bottoms and align the
positioning holes on the tube and
clamp, then install the screw.
6.Fasten the clamp securely with 2
clamp screws.
3.Slip off the protective covers from
two ends of bube.
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Connecting the Throttle Cable
1.Remove the air cleaner cover.
2.Connect the end of the throttle cable to
the joint on the top of the carburetor.
See Figure 6, figure 7.
Connecting switch wires
connect the switch wires between the
engine
and the main unit. Pair the wires
of the same color. See figure 8.
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Adjusting the Throttle cable
1.Loosen the throttle cable nut at fan
cover as shown in figure 9.
When 6mm free play is achieved,
tighten the two 10mm throttle cable
nuts. When the throttle cable is
correctly adjusted, and the throttle
trigger is fully depressed (full
throttle), the throttle will contact the
stop on the throttle body. See Figure
11.
figure 9
figure 11
2.Adjust the throttle cable adjuster
nuts until you achieve a free play on
the throttle trigger of about 6mm.
See Figure 10.
A dab of Never-Seez TM or equivalent
eases removal.
4.Replace the air cleaner cover.
figure 10
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Assembling the Tube Sections
4.When the two tube halves are locked
together, slide the latch protector
into groove of latch, then tighten the
coupler screw. See Figure 13.
1.Place the powerhead/lower tube
assembly and the upper tube
assembly on a clean, flat surfaceso
that both assemblise fit end to end.
The powerhead/lower tube assembly
should be facing up, and the upper
tube assembly should be positioned
with the latch Protector facing up.
CAUTION!
Keep the open end of the tubes
clean and free of impurities!
2.Loosen the couplerscrew.
Figure 13
3.Depress the latch and insert the
powerhead/lower tube assembly into
the coupler until it bottoms. Release
the latch. Rock the upper tube
assembly back and forth until you
are sure it snaps in place by the
coupler lock. See Figure 12.
Disassembling The Pole sections
1.With the pole pruner on a clean, flat
surface, loosen the coupler screw.
slide the latch protector out of groove
of latch.
2.Depress the latch. This release the
coupler lock. See Figure 14.
Figure 12
Figure 14
3.Pull the upper tube assembly out of
the coupler
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Mixing Fuel
CAUTION!
WARNING!
This engine is to be operated on a 25:1
mixture consisting of unleaded
gasoline and 2-cycle mixing oil only.
Always minimize the risk of fire when
handling fuel!
Always allow the pruner to cool
before refueling!
Some gasolines contain alcohol as an
oxygenatel Oxygenated fuels may
cause increased operating
temperatures. Under certain conditions
alcohol-based fuels may also reduce
the lubricating qualities of some mixing
oils. Never use any fuel containing
more than 10% alcohol by volume!
When an oxygenated fuel must be
used, fuel containing an oxygenate
such as MTBE is to preferred over an
alcohol based fuel.
Wipe all spilled fuel and move the
pruner at lease 3 meters (10 feet)
from the fueling point before
restarting!
Never smoke or light any fires near
the pruner or fuels!
Never place any flammable material
near the engine muffler!
Never operate the engine without
the muffler and spark arrestor in
place and properly functioning!
Generic oils and some outboard motor
oils may not be intended for use in
high-performance air cooled 2-cycle
engines, and should never be used in a
this engine!
Never operate this machine if fuel
system components are damaged
or are leaking.
1.Place the pruner on a flat, level surface.
Use only fresh, clean unleaded galoline
with an octane rating of 87 or above.
2.Clear any dirt or other debris from
around the fuel filler cap.
Mix all fuel with 2-cycle Engine Oil at a
gasoline/oil ratio of 25:1.
3.Remove the fuel cap, and fill the fuel
tank with clean, fresh fuel mixture.
IMPORTANT
4.Install and firmly tighten the fuel cap.
5.Wipe up any spilled fuel from the
powerhead before restarting.
Mix only enough fuel for your immediate
needs! If fuel must be stored longer than
30days, it should first be treated with a
stabilizer such as StaBil TM
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Starting A Cold Engine-Restarting After Refueling
Control Positions (cold engine)
3.Prime the engine by depressing the
carburetor primer bulb four or five
times, See Figure 26. You should be
able to see fuel inside the bulb.
1.Set the throttle trigger to "Fast idle"
as follows (Figure 24):
figure 24
●Depress and hold the throttle
lockout lever.
figure 26
4.Choke the engine by moving the
choke lever up to the "closed"
position. See Figure 27.
●squeeze and hold the throttle
trigger.
●Depress the throttle lock button.
●While holding down the throttle
lock button, release the throttle
trigger and throttle lockout lever.
●Release the throttle lock button.
IMPORTANT
Engine ignition is controlled by a
twoposition START-STOP switch mounted
on the throttle body, typically labeled "I"
for START and "O" for STOP.
2.Slide the
ignition
switch to the
"I" (start)
Position. See
Figure 25.
figure 27
Control Positions (warm engine)
1.Set the throttle trigger to "fast idle"
(see Step 1 above).
2.Slide the ignition switch to the "I"
(START) position.
3.Moving the choke lever down to the
"open" position.
figure 25
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Cranking The Engine
CAUTION!
WARNING!
The recoil starter can be damaged
by abuse.
Always engage the starter before
attempting to crank the engine.
When starting the engine, make sure
the cutting attachment is well clear
of bystanders, pets or objects. The
attachment may rotate during startup.
Never pull the starter cord to its
full length.
CAUTION!
Always rewind the starter cord
slowly.
Never operate the pole pruner unless
a cutting attachments is installed.
2.Pull the starter handle slowly until
you feel the starter engage.
1.Place the unit firmly on the ground,
making sure it is stable and that the
cutting attachment is free and clear
of any bystanders or objects, Hold
onto the hand grip on the outer tube
with your left hand grasp the starter
rope handle with your right hand.
See Figure 28.
3.Pull the starter handle quickly to
start the engine.
When The Engine Starts Or Fires
Open the choke by moving the choke
lever down. See Figure 29.
Figure 29
Figure 28
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2.Open the choke (Figure 31) and fully
depress the throttle trigger with your
left hand, then pull the starter handle
rapidly with your right hand to clear
excess fuel from the combustion
chamber.
WARNING!
The cutting attachment will engage
and rotate as the engine starts and
accelerates.
CAUTION!
If the engine did not continue to run,
repeat the appropriate cranking
procedure (warm or cold engine).
Incorrect spark plug installation can
result in serious engine damage.
When the engine starts clear excess
fuel from the combustion chamber ty
revving the engine several times with
the throttle trigger (operating the
trigger will automatically disengage
the "fast idle" setting).
3.Reinstall the spark plug and tighten it
firmly. If a torque wrench is available,
torque the spark plug to 16.7-18.6
N.m.
If The engine Fails To Start
4.Repeat the starting procedure for a
warm engine.
Repeat the appropriate cranking
procedure (warm or cold engine). If
the engine fails to start after repeated
attempts, the engine is likely flooded.
Proceed to the following procedure.
5.If the engine still fails to start, refer
to the troubles shooting section near
the end of the manual.
Starting A Flooded Engine
Stopping The Engine
1.Disconnect the spark plug lead, and
then use the spark plug wrench to
remove the spark lug (turn
counterclockwise to remove).See
Figure 30.
WARNING!
The cutting attachment can continue
rotating after the engine is switched
off!
1.Cool the
engine by
allowing it to
idle for two
or three
minutes.
2.Slide the
ignition
switch to the
"O" or STOP
position. See
Figure 31.
Figure 30
If the spark plug is fouled or soaked
with fuel, clean the lug as necessary.
Figure 31
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Safety Operation
Adjusting The Carburetor
This machine is designed especially
for cutting branches.
Never use this machine for any other
purposes. Never try to cut stones,
metals, plastics or any other hard
objects.
Using for other purposes than cutting
branches may damage the machine or
cause serious injury.
WARNING!
The cutting attachment must never
rotate at engine idle speed.
The engine must return to idle speed
whenever the throttle trigger is released.
Idle speed is adjustable and must be
set low enough to permit the engine
clutch to disengage the chain saw
when throttle trigger is released.
Preparations
Wear suitable protective clothing
and equipment-see section "safety
Precautions".
Check and Adjust Idle Speed
1.Start the engine and allow it to idle
two or three minutes, or until it
warms up.
Choose the best work position for
safety against the falling object
(Branch etc)
If the cutting attachment rotates at
engine idle, reduce idle speed by
turning the idle adjusting screw
counter clockwise as necessary. See
Figure 32.
Start the engine.
Put on the strap.
Never stand directly underneath the
branch you are cutting-be wary of
falling branches. Note that a branch
may spring back at you after it hits the
ground.
IMPORTANT
Use a tachometer, if one is available,
to set engine idle. Standard idle
speed is:
300±200rpm
Cutting sequence:
To allow branches a free fall, always
cut the lower branches first. Prune
heavy branches (Large diameter) in
several controllable pieces.
Working position:
Hold the control handle with your right
hand, and the shaft with your left hand.
Your left arm should be extended to
the most comfortable position.
The shaft should always be held at an
angle of 60° or less.
Figure 32
3.If the engine is stalling and won't
idle, increase idle speed by turning
the idle adjustment screw clockwise.
NOTE
The mixture of the carburetor on this
unit cannot be adjusted.
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General maintenance
Daily maintenance
Prior to each work day, perform the
following:
WARNING!
Remove all dirt and debris from the
engine, check the cooling fins and air
cleaner for clogging, and clean as
necessary. see Figure 33.
Before performing any maintenance,
repair, or cleaning work on the
machine, make sure the engine and
cutting attachment are completely
stopped. Disconnect the spark plug
wire before performing service or
maintenance work.
WARNING!
Non-standard parts may not operate
properly with your unit and may cause
damage and lead to personal injury.
Muffler
WARNING!
Operating the engine without a
muffler or with a muffler that is
damaged or improperly sufficiently to
lead to hearing loss.
Figure 33
This machine must never be operated
with a faulty or missing spark arrestor or
muffler is well secured and in good
condition, A worn or damaged muffler is
a fire hazard and may also cause
hearing loss.
Carefully remove any accumulating of
dirt or debris from the muffler and fuel tank first build-up in these areas can lead to engine overheating fire , or premature wear.
SPARK PLUG
Check for loose or missing screws or
components. Make sure the cutting
attachment is free of debris and
securely fastened.
Keep the spark plug and wire
connections tight and clean.
Check the entire machine for leaking
fuel or grease.
Make sure nuts, bolts and screws
(expect carburetor adjusting screws)
and tight.
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10/15-Hour Maintenance
10-Hour Maintenance
CAUTION!
CAUTION!
Before removing the spark plug, clean
the area around the plug to prevent dirt
and dust from getting into the engine's
internal parts.
Do not operate the machine if the air
cleaner or element is damaged, or if
the element is wet or water soaked.
Every 10 hours of operation:
(more frequently in dusty or dirty
conditions):
remove the air cleaner element from the
air cleaner housing and clean it
thoroughly with soap and water. Rinse
and dry thoroughly. Add a few drops of
oil and work it in, then reassemble the
element. See Figure 34.
Every 10 to 15 hours of operation:
remove and clean the spark plug. See
Figure 35. Adjust the spark plug
electrode gap to 0.6~0.7mm
Replace the spark plug as necessary.
Figure 35
Figure 34
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Specifications
Dry Weight
(Without Bar/Chain).......................5.9kg
Stopping Method.......................Slide swich
Transmission Type.....................Automatic,
centrifugal clutch with bevel gear
Engine Type..................2-cycle, air-cooled,
vertical-cylinder
Oil Tank Capacity............................400ml
BorexStroke................................34x28 mm
Gearcase Ratio..............................1.06:1
Displacement................................25.4cm 3
Engine speed at Idle......................3000min
-1
Maximum engine speed...............7500min -1
Standard Equipment.......................tool kit
containing a spark plug wrench,
4mm allen wrench and 8mm x
10mm spanner, strap, chain cover
phillips screwdriver
Maximum [email protected] -1
Fuel/Oil Ratio....................25:1 with 2-cycle
Engine Oil
Fuel Tank Capacity...........................600ml
Carburetor Type..................Diaphragm type
Ignition..........Flywheel magneto CDI system
Spark plug..........................................NGK
Air Filter........................................Semi-wet,
quick-remove/install
Starting Method..................................Recoil
Cooling System............................Forced air
Sound Pressure Level*
91 dB (A)
Sound Power Level*
Vibration Level*
106 dB (A)
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Idling (Front/Rear)
2.32/2.78 m/s
Racing (Front/Rear)
3.64/3.89 m/s 2
*Sound Pressure Level:
in accordance with ISO 11680-1 (Annex B)
*Sound Power Level:
in accordance with ISO 11680-1 (Annex B)
*Vibration Level:
in accordance with ISO 11680-1 (Annex C)
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BRUSH CUTTER
1.PARTS LOCATION
See figure 1
1.Air cleaner
2.Fuel tank
3.Clutch coupler system
4.Ignition switch
5.Throttle trigger
6.Hanger
7.handle A
8.Handle B
9.Handle C
10.Outer pipe
11Debris shield
12.Gearcase
13.Blade
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2. Warning labels on the machine
(1) Read owner's manual before operation this machine
(2) Wear head, eye and ear protection
(3) Warning/attention
(4) Keep all children, bystanders and helpers 15 meters away from the brush cutter.
IMPORTANT
If warning seals peel off or become soiled and impossible to read, you should contact the
dealer from which you purchased the product to order new seals and offer the new seal in
the required location.
WARING
Never remodel your brush cutter.
We won't warrant the machine. If you use the remodeled brush cutter or you don't observe
the proper usage written in the manual.
3. Symbols on the machine
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For safe operation and maintenance, symbols are carved in relief on
the machine. According to these indications please be carful not to t
ake mistake
(a)The port to refuel the "mix gasoline"
Position: fuel tank cap
(b)The direction to close the choke
Position:air cleaner cover
(c)The direction to open the choke
Position:air cleaner cover
4. Safety precautions
Before using the machine
A. Read the owner's manual carefully to understand how to operation
this unit properly.
B. This product has been designed for use in cutting grass, and it
should never be used for any other purpose.
C. You should never use the machine when under the influence of
alcohol, when suffering from exhaustion or lack of sleep when suffering
from drowsiness as a result of having taken cold medicine, or at any
other time when a a possibility exists that your judgment might be
impaired or that you might not be able to operate the brush cutter
properly and in a safe manner.
D. Avoid running the engine indoors. The exhaust gases contain
harmful carbon monoxide.
E. Never use your brush cutter under circumstance like those
described below.
1. When the ground is slippery or when other conditions exist which
might make it impossible to maintain a steady posture while using the
brush cutter.
2. At night at times of heavy fog. Or at any other time times when your
field or vision might be limited and it would be difficult to gain a clear
view of area.
3. During rain storms, during lightning storms at times of strong or galeforce winds,or at any other times when weather condition might make it
unsafe to use this machine.
F. When using this machine fo the first time, before beginning actual
work learn to handle brush cutter from skilled workers.
G. Lack of sleep tiredness, or physical exhaustion result in lower attention spans.and
this in fact can lead to accident and injury.limit the amount of time which the bush cutter
is to be used continuously to somewhere around 30-40 minutes per session, and take
10-20 minutes of rest between work session. Also try to keep the total amount of work
performed in a single day under 2 hours or less.
H. Be sure to keep this manual handy so you might refer to it later or whenever the
questions arise.
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I. Always be sure to include this manual when selling lending, or otherwise transferring
the ownership of this product.
J. Never allow children or anyone unable to fully understand the directions given in
this manual to use this brush cutter.
WORKING GEAR AND CLOTHING
A. When using you brush cutter, you should wear proper
clothing and protective equipment as follows.
1. Helmet
2. Protection goggles or face protector
3. Thick work gloves
4. Non-slip-sole working boots
5. Ear protector
B. And you should carry with things as follows
1. Attached tools and files
2. Properly reserved fuel
3. Spare blade
4. Things to notify your working area(tape, warning signs)
5. Whistle(for collaboration oe emergency)
6. Hatchet or saw(for removal of obstacles)
C. Never use your brush cutter when you wearing pants with loose cuffs, when wearing
sandals, or even barefoot.
WARNING CONSIDERING HANDLING OF FUEL
A. The engine of this product is designed to run on a mixed
fuel,which contains highly flammable gasoline. You should never
store cams of fuel or refill the fuel tank in any place where there is a
boiler, stove, wood fire, electrical sparks, welding sparks, or any
other source of heat or fire which might ignite the fuel.
B. Smoking while operating the brush cutter or refilling its fuel tank is extremely
dangerous. Always be sure to keep lit cigarette away from brush cutter at all times.
C. When refilling the tank always turn off the engine first and take a carefully look
around to make sure that there are no sparks or open flames anywhere near by before
refueling.
D. If any fuel spillage occurs during refueling, use a dry rug to wipe up spills before
turning the engine back on again.
E. After refueling screw the fuel cap back tightly onto the fuel tank and then carry the
brush cutter to a spot 3meter more away from where it refueling before turn on the
THINGS TO CHECK BEFORE USING YOUR BRUSH CUTTER
A. Before beginning work, look around carefully to get a feel for the shape of land, or
grass to be trimmed and whether or not there are any obstacle which might get in the
way while working, and remove any
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Obstacles, which can be cleared away.
B. The area within a perimeter of 15m of the person using the brush cutter should be
considered a hazardous area into which no one should enter while the brush cutter is in
use, and when necessary yellow waning rope, warning signs should be placed around
work area. When work is to be performed simultaneously by
two or more persons, always check the presence and
locations of others so as to maintain a distance each person
sufficient to ensure safety.
C. Make sure that there are no loose screws or bolt, fuel
leaks, ruptures, dents, or any other problems, which might
interfere with safety operation.Be especially careful to check
that there is nothing wrong with the blades or with the joints
by which the blades are attached to the brush cutter.
D. Never use blades that are bent, warped cracked, broken or
damaged in any way.
E. Keep the blade always sharp.
F. Filling the cutting edge, keep the end corner sharp and
round the root of the edge.
G. Check the bolt to fasten the blade and be sure the blade
turn smoothly without abnormal noise.
NOTES ON STARTING THE ENGINE
1. Take a careful look around to make sure that obstacles exist within a perimeter of
15m or less around brush cutter.
2. Place the brush cutter onto the ground in a flat clear area and hold it firmly in place
so as to ensure that neither the blades nor the throttle came
into contact with any obstacles when the engine start up.
3. Place the throttle into the idling position when starting
the engine.
4. After starting the engine. Of the blades continue to rotate
even after throttle has been move fully back fully turn off
the engine and check the throttle wire and other parts.
KICKBACK SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
A dangerous reaction may occur when the spinning blade contact a solid object in the
critical area. It is called kick back, as a result, the operator can lose control of the unit
which can cause serious or total injury.
Avoid kickback; observe the safety precautions below strictly.
1.Before beginning work, clear your working area and remove grass around the
obstacles.
2.When using your brush cutter, do not grip other parts except the handles.
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3. When using your brush cutter, never take you eyes off. If you need to, place you
throttle into idling position.
4. When using your brush cutter. Do not let the unit get closer to your feet nor raise the
unit above your waist.
NOTES ON TRANSPORTATION
1. Make sure the appropriate blade is in placed.
2. When transportation by car, fix the unit firmly using a rope. Do not transport by bicycle
or motorcycle because it is dangerous.
3. Never transport brush cutter in a rough road over long distance without first removing
all fuel from fuel tank, as doing s might cause fuel to leak from tank.
OPERATION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1. Grip the handle on the brush cutter firmly with both hands. If you suspend the work,
place the throttle into the idling position.
2. Always be sure to maintain a steady,even posture while working.
3. Maintain the speed of the engine at the level required to perform
cutting work, and never raise speed of the engine above the level
necessary.
4. If the grass get caught in the blade during operation, or if you nee to
check the unit or refuel the tank, always be sure to turn off the engine.
5. If the blade touches a hard object like a stone, stop the engine
immediately and check if something wrong with the blade, if so, replace
the blade by new one.
6. If someone calls out while working, always be sure to turn off the
engine before turning around.
7. Never touch the spark plug or plug cord while the engine is in
operation.doing so may result in being subjected to an electrical shock.
8. Never touch the muffler, spark plug or other metallic parts of the
engine while the engine is in operation or immediately after
shutting down the engine. Doing so may result i serious burns.
9. When you finis cutting in one location and wish to continue work
in another spot, turn off the engine and turn the unit as the blade
faces away from your body.
MAINTENANCE SAFETY PRECAUTION
1. Perform the maintenance and checking operations described in this manual at regular
intervals. If any parts must be replaced or any maintenance or repair work not described
in this manual must be performed. Please contact a representative from the nearest
store authorized servicing dealer for assistance.
2. Under no circumstances should you ever take apart the brush cutter or after it in any
way. Doing so might result in the brush cutter becoming damaged during operation or the
brush cutter becoming unable to operate properly
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3.Always be sure to turn off engine before performing any maintenance or checking
procedures
4.When sharpening, removing, or reattaching the blode proper tools and equipment to
prevent injury.
5.When replacing blade or any other parts or when replacing the oil or any lubricants,
always be sure to use
only products or products which have been certified by for use with the brush cutter.
5.SET UP
HANDLE
Fix Handle with four bolts
see figure 9
INSTALL GEARCASE
1. Loosen two clamp screws and remove one index screw
2.Push the pipe towards gearcase and rotate it by hand to
check that the mainshaft splines engage the powerhead.
3.Insert the pipe into gear case until it bottoms and align
the positioning holes on the pipe and gearcase. then
replace the index screw and tighten.
5. Fasten the pipe clamp securely with two clamp screws
see figure 10
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SAFETY GUARD
Attach the safety guard to the gear case and fix it with the
clampand 2bolls (M5*25) securely. (Figure 11)
(1) Bolt
(2) Clamp
(3) Main pipe
(4) Safety guard
INSTALLING THE METAL BLADE (Figure 12)
1.Set the inner holder to the gear shaft , and turn to fix with the attached L-shaped bar.
2.Put the blade on the inner holder with letters to the gear case, and match correctly the
hole of the blade to the projection of the inner holder.
3.Set the outer holder to the gear shaft with the hollowed face to the blade.
4.Put the attached bolt cover on the outer holder and secure
it withthe bolt (left screw) together with the spring washer
and thewasher.
(1) Nut
(2) Outer holder 1
(3) Outer holder 2
(4) Blade
(5) Gear shaft
(6) Bar
(7) Inner holder
(8) Gear case
INSTALLING THE NYLON CUTTER(OPTION) (Figure 13)
1.Set correctly the inner holder and the outer holder th the
gear shaft.
2.Screw the attached bold (M8 Left) into the gear shaft and
secure it with the spanner.
3. Screw the nylon cutter into the bolt by fixing the inner
holder with the L-shaped bar and tighten it manually.
NOTE
Keep bolls and washers to install the blade carefully so as
(1) Gear Case
(2) Bolt
(3) Nylon cutter
(4) Nylon cord
not to lose them.
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Stopping The engine
WARNING!
The cutting attachment can continue rotating after the engine is switched off!
1.Cooling the engine by allowing it to idle for two or three minutes.
2.Slide the ignition switch to the "O" or STOP position. See Figure 21
To Wear the Strap
See Figure 22
1.Hook the strap hook to hanger on the outer pipe.
2.Wear the strap so that the hook stays at your right hand side.
3.Adjust the length of the strap so that you can hold and operate
machine will be released from the strap.
Emergency Release
See Figure 23
In case of emergency strongly pull he white tab at the hook. The
machine will be released from the strap.
CUTTING OPERATION
METAL BLADE USAGE
☆
Always cut by guiding the head from your right to left.
☆
A metal blade cut best up to the point 1/3 from the edge. Use
that area for cutting shrubs. tough and thick weeds. For cutting
young grass, you can use up to 2/3 from the tip of blade.
☆
Adjust the engine speed according to the cutting objects. Cut
the young grass at middle speed. and cut shrubs or tough and
thick weeds at high speed.
(1) For branches and trees
(2) For grass and weeds
(3) Direction of cutting
(4) Direction of rotation
IMPORTANT
Operating at low speed makes it easier for grass, weeds, or
twigs to become caught up in the blades, and also it makes
the shaft and clutch wear down more quickly.
NYLON CUTTER USAGE
☆ Nylon cord consumes large power. Please note that the engine rotation speed in operation should be
50% as large as when using metal blade.
☆ Nylon cutter cuts grass with the power of cord rotation . If you try to cut grass for the length of cord at
one time, rotation speed becomes lower due to resistance and you cannot cut well. In case of large
resistc nce. get the nylon cutter away from grass once , make the rotation speed higher, and cut a
small amount of grass at one time.
☆ If you try to cut grass by swinging the brush cutter in the reverse way (from left to right). scraps fly
in the direction away from the body. You can avoid getting your clothes dirty.
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8. MAINTENANCE
BLADE
Sharpen each culting edge and make sure the bottom
comer is rounded. (figure 24)
Do not cool the blade with water in case of using
grinder. It may cause cracks on blade.
GEAR CASE
Supply multi-purpose grease of every 25 hours of use.
Remove the cutter holders to arrange for old grease to
exit. (figure 27)
MAINTENANCE BEFORE STORAGE
1.
Brushing off dirt form the machine, check damage or slack of each part. If you
find out abnormalities, repair them for the next use.
2.
Extract fuel from the tank, and loose the drain screw of the float cabin to extract
fuel, turn on the engine, and leave it running until it stops naturally.
3.
Remove the spark plug and put in 1-2cc of 2-cycle oil in the engine. Draw the
starter rope 2-3 times, set the plug back, and stop it at the contraction position.
4.
Apply snti-rust oil to the metal parts such as the throttle wire, put the cover on
the blade, and keep it indoor avoiding dampness.
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9. SPECIFICATION
Name
Specification
Brush cutter B250
Grass trimmer G250
Loop
Handle type
Loop
Power transmission method
Automatic centrifugal clutch, spiral bevel gear
Applied blade
Metal blade
Nylon cutter
Blade rotation direction
Counterclockwise(from operator’s view)
Counterclockwise(from operator’s view)
Outward size(L*W*H)(mm)
2040^380^330
2040^380^330
6.5
6.5
Weight(kg)
Type
Single cylinder air cooling 2-cycle gasoline engine
Displacement
25.4CC
Max. output
0.85kw at 8000rpm
Max. engine speed
11000rpm
Engine speed at idle
3000rpm±200rpm
Engine
Carburetor
Diaphragm type
Starting method
Recoil
Fuel
Mixture(gasoline:2-cycle engine oil) 25:1
Stopping method
Slide switch
Fuel tank capacity
700CC
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POLE PRUNER
CAUTION!
Always maintain this pole pruner
according to the this owner's manual and
follow the recommended scheduled
maintenance.
When transporting the pruner in a
vehicle , tie it down securely to prevent
damage and fuel spillage.
Always stop the engine and allow it to
cool before refueling. Avoid overfilling
and wipe off any fuel that may have
spilled .
Never modify or disable any of the pole
pruner's safety devices.
Always use genuine parts and
accessories when repairing or
maintaining this machine.
Do not make unauthorized modifications
or substitutions to the guide bar or chain
.
Never allow the engine to run at high
RPM without a load , Doing so could
damage the engine.
Never place flammable material close to
the engine muffler and never run the
engine without the spark arrestor
screen in place.
Always clear your work area of trash or
hidden debris to help ensure good
footing .
Keep the saw chain sharp and properly
adjusted.
Keep the pruner as clean as possible .
Keep it free of loose vegetation , mud,
etc .
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Operating the Pruner
Emergency Release
In case of emergency , strongly pull the
white tab at the hook . The machine will
be released from the strap.
To Wear the strap
1.Hook the strap hook to the hanger on
the outer pipe.
2.Wear the strap so that the hook stays
at your right hand side
3.Adjust the length of the strap so that
you can hold and operate the machine
comfortably.
Never operate the
pruner at an angle
greater than 60.c in
order to reduce the risk
of being struck by
falling objects during
operation.
Always wear eye and
Hearing protection .
manufacturer
recommends wearing
a face shield as
additional face and
eye protection .
Always operate with both
hands firmly gripping the
machines.
Always wear a hard hat to reduce the
risk of head injuries during operation
of this machine.
Wear nonslip heavy-duty work
gloves to improve your grip on the
pole pruner handle. Wear snugfitting clothes that. Also permits
freedom of movement. NEVER wear
shorts!
Keep a proper footing and do not
overreach-Maintain your balance at all
times during operation .
Wear sturdy footwear with nonslip
soles to provide good footing . Steeltoes safety boots are recommended.
Figure 2
Keep bystanders at least 15 meters(50feet) away from the
operating pruner to reduce the risk of being struck by falling
objects or thrown debris,
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Product Description
Prior To Assembly
Carefully inspect all components for damage.
Using Figure 3 as a guide,familiarize
yourself with the 2600 pole pruner and
its various componets Understanding
your machine helps ensure top
performance,longer service life,and
safer operation.
Before assembling,make sure you have
all the components required for a
complete unit:
IMPORTANT
The terms”left-hand”,and
“LH”;”right”,”right-hand”,and “RH”,”front”
and “rear” refer to directions as viewed by
the operator during normal operation
Powerhead assembly
WARNING!
Lower tube assembly
Do not make unauthorized
modifications or alterations to your
pruner or its components.
Upper tube/saw assembly,chain
and guide bar
Kit with this manual and tool kit for
routine maintenance
Chain cover
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Use unit without upper tube
If the lower tube assembly is long enough,you can use it only without upper tube
according to the working condition.
Operate as follows:
1.Follow “disassemblying the pole sections” section to remove the upper tube/coupler
assembly from gearcase.
2.Follow”assembling the pole sections” section to assemble the gearcase onto the
lower tube assembly.See figure 15.
Specifications
Cutter attachment weight……..….1.8kg
Blade length
Long Model………..........…560mm/22in
Short Model……….........…460mm/22in
Cutter drive…….................…Spur gear
Gear lubricant……Lithium based grease
Tool kit contents………….. Combination
Wrench with 13mm+19mm
Sockets/flat blade screwdriver 4mm-hex
Wrench,and 8mm+10mm spanner
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Installing and Adjusting the Bar and China
Installing The China
2. Place the guide bar over the guide bar
adjustment stud on the cutting head
assembly. Align the chain tensioning pin
with the hole in the guide bar. See Figure
17.
WARNING!
Never attempt to install, replace,
or adjust the chain with the
engine running.
WARNING!
The saw chain is very sharp. Wear
gloves to protect your hands when
handling.
NOTE
For longest chain life, let new or
replacement chain loops soak in oil
overnight before installation.
1. Using the small end of the plug wrench,
remove the sprocket cover nut (turn
counterclockwise to remove) and remove
the sprocket cover. See Figure 16.
3. Install the chain loop over the drive
links within the guide bar groove , and
then align the chain over the drive
sprocket . Make sure
the cutter are properly
oriented as shown in
Figure 18. If chain
installation is difficult
or if the chain appears
too tight, refer to the
section “Adjusting the
China” on the next
page.
WARNING!
CAUTION!
Never operate the pole pruner Without
the sprocket cover installed.
Failure to align the guide bar and chain
tensioning pin can cause serious
damage to the sprocket cover, guide
bar, chain tensioning pin and cutting
head assembly.
4. Install the sprocket cover over the bar
stud. Using finger-pressure only, install
the sprocket cover nut.
5. Refer to the next page for chain
adjusting procedures.
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Adjusting the Chain
3.
Lift the nose of the guide bar while
turning the chain tensioning screw. See
Figure 20.
WARNING!
Never attempt to install, replace,
or adjust the chain with the eingine
running.
WARNING!
The saw chain is very sharp. Wear
gloves to protect your hands when
handling.
Clockwise to tighten the chain
CAUTION!
Counterclockwise to loosen the
chain.
A loose chain can jump off the guide
bar causing damage to the chain
and associated equipment. Always
make sure the chains is properly
adjusted; check more often when
you are breaking in a new chain.
4.
Pull the chain by hand along the top
of the guide bar several times from the
engine to the bar's tip. The chain should
feel sung but still pull freely. See Figure
21.
IMPORTANT
Proper chain adjustment is essential
for maximum performance, long
chain life, and operator safety.
Always inspect chain tension before
operating the pole pruner.
1.
Place the pole pruner on a clean, flat
Surface. (For readjustment during
operation, shut down the engine, then
allow the guide bar and chain to cool
before proceeding with the adjustment
procedure.
5.
Tighten the sprocket cover nut
securely while lifting the tip of the guide
bar.
6.
Inspect the chain for correct
adjustment (more frequently with a new
chain).The chain should feel snug but still
pull freely.
2.
Loosen the sprocket cover nut with a
Plug wrench (Figure 19).
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Chain Oiler
Adjusting Oil Flow Rate
CAUTION!
WARNING!
Never fill the oil reservoir nor adjust
the oiler with the engine running.
IMPORTANT!
The service life of the chain and guide bar
is affected by the chain and guide
lubricant. Using superior lubricant such as
genuine Bar and Chain Oil will help ensure
a long service life, For cold weather
operation, mix bar and chain oil with an
equal part of kerosene.
Filing The Oil Reservoir
The oil reservoir has a capacity sufficient
to provide about 40 minutes of cutting
time (when set to deliver the minimum
flow rate).
An increase in bar oil flow rate will
speed oil consumption, requiring
more frequent checks on the oil
reservoir. To ensure sufficient
lubrication, it may be necessary to
check the oil level more frequently
than at fuel tank refills.
The guide bar and chain are lubricated
automatically by a pump that operates
whenever the chain rotates. The pump is
set at the factory to delivery a medium
flow rate, but it can be adjusted in the
field A temporary increase in oil flow is
often desirable when cutting things like
hardwood or wood with a lot of pitch.
Adjust the pump as follows:
1.Stop the engine and make sure the stop
switch is in the STOP position.
2.Place the unit in its side with the oil
Reservoir up. See Figure 23.
1.Place the pole pruner on a clean, flat
surface with the oil filler cap facing up. See
figure 22. Wipe off any debris from the oil
cap and from around the oil filler neck.
CAUTION!
The oil flow adjusting screw must be
pressed in slightly in order to yurn.
Failure to do so could damage the
Pump and screw.
2.Remove the oil filler cap and fill the
reservoir with bar and chain oil, then
replace the cap.
3.With a screwdriver, push in on the oil
flow rate adjusting screw and turn in the
desired direction (there are three
incremental settings):
Clockwise-decrease lubrication.
Counterclockwise-increase
lubrication
3.Wipe up spilled oil from the unit before
restarting the pole pruner.
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Cutting above obstacles:
Thanks to the unit's long reach it is
possible to prune branches that are
overhanging obstacles, such as rivers or
lakes.
The tool angle in this case depends on the
position of the branch.
Typical applications
Standard cut:
The most convenient working position is a
tool angle of 60°, but any other angle may
be used to suit the situation concerned.
Cutting on a work platform:
The unit's long reach enables cutting to be performed next to the trunk without the risk of
the work platform damaging other branches.
The tool angle in this case depends on the position of the branch.
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Working techniques
Flush-cutting thick branches:
If branch diameter is more than 10cm ( 4 ”) ,
first perform undercut (3) and cross - cut at a
distance ( A ) of about 25cm ( 10 ”) from the
final cut . Then carry out the flush cut (4), starting with a relieving cut and
finishing with a cross - cut .
Relieving cut:
To avoid tearing the bark, kickback or
pinching the bar when pruning thick
branches the bar when pruning thick
branches , always start by performing a
relieving cut (1) on the underside of the
branch .
To do this apply the cutting attachment and
pull it across the bottom of the branch as
far as the bar nose. Perform the crosscut(2).
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50-hour Maintenance
Every 50 hours of operation
(more frequently in dusty or dirty
conditions):
Remove and clean the cylinder cover
and clean dirt and debris from the
cylinder cooling fins.
Remove the sprocket cover and
inspect the sprocket for excessive
dirt,debris,or wear, Remove the
guide bar and clean out the guide bar
groove.If the sprocket is excessively
worn, replace it with a new one.See
Figure 36.
Figure 36
Old grease being purged from the
gearcase, which can be seen in the
outer tube cavity. Clean up excess
grease, then reassemble the
gearcase onto the outer tube.
CAUTION!
Make sure you do not pierce the fuel
line with the end of the hooked wire.
The line is delicate and can be
damaged easily.
Use a wire hook to extract the fuel
filter from inside the fuel tank(Figure
38).Inspect the fuel filter element for
signs of contamination. Replace it
with a new one of required.Before
reinstalling the filter, inspect the fuel
line.If you find damage or
deterioration,remove the unit from
service until it can be inspected by a
trained service technician.
Lubricate the gearcase. To perform
this operation,first remove the
gearcase from the upper outer tube
as follows(Figure 37):
1.Follow “Disassembling the pole
sections” section to remove the upper
tube from the gearcase.
2.Using a lever-type grease gun,pump
lithium-base grease(about 10 grams)
into the grease fitting until you see old
grease being purged from the gearcase,
which can be seen in the outer tube
cavity. Clean up excess grease, then
reassemble the gearcase onto the outer
tube.
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Sharpening the Chain
When the cutting edges of the blade
become dull, they can be re-sharpened
with a few strokes of a file.
In order to keep the blade in balance, all
cutting edges must be sharpened equally.
In addition, inspect the chain for correct
adjustment (more frequently with a new
chain). The chain should feel snug but still
pull freely. See Figure 40.
Sharpening Instructions (Fig.41)
IMPORTANT!
File all cutters to the same angle and
depth! Unequal filing may cause the saw
to vibrate or cut erratically!
1.Using a 4.5mm round file, sharpen all
cutters to a 30°angle. Make sure that one
fifth (20%) of the file's diameter is always
held above the cutter's top plate.
NOTE
For consistent filing angles, use a filing
guide such as Oregon p/n 31692 or
R
equivalent.
2.After all cutters are sharpened, use a
depth gauge joiner (Oregon
p/n 106738
or equivalent) to measure the height of
each depth gauge.
3.As required, lower the depth gauges to a
height of 0.5mm. Use a flat file; Oregon
p/n 12211 or equivalent.
4.After all depth gauges have been
adjusted, use a flat file to round each
depth gauge leading edge to its orginal
curvature and angle.
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Correct Filing Technique
Correct angle on
top plate
Silghtly protruding hook or point
(curve on non-chisel chain)
Top of depth
gauge at correct
height below top
plate
Front of depth
gauge rounded
Filling Problems
Top plate angle
less than
recommended
Hook in side
plate cutting
edge
High depth
gauge
Top plate angle
more than
recommended
Cause
File held at less than
recommended angle.
Result
slow cutting. Requires
extra effort to cut.
Remedy
File cutters to
recommended angle.
Back slope on
side plate
cutting edge
Cause
File held too low or the
file was too small.
Result
Rough cutting. Chain
grabs. cutters dull
quickly or won't hold a
cutting edge.
Remedy
File cutters at
recommended angle.
Check file size.
Cause
Depth gauge never filed.
Result
Slow cutting. Must force
chain to cut. Will cause
excessive wear on the
cutter heel.
Remedy
File cutters at
Lower gauges to
recommended setting.
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Low depth
gauge
Cause
File held at more than
recommended angle.
Result
Cutting angle is very sharp
but will dull fast. Cutting
action rough and erratic.
Remedy
File cutters to
recommended angle.
Cause
File held too high or the
file was too large.
Result
Cutters won't feed into
wood. Slow cutting. Must
force chain to cut. causes
excessive bottom wear.
Remedy
File cutters at
recommended
angle Check file size.
Cause
Wrong gauge setting or
no gauge used.
Result
Rough cutting. Chain
grabs. Saw won't pull chain
through wood. Excessive
wear on the cutter heel.
Remedy
If depth ganges are too
low, the chain is no longer
serviceable.
HEDGE TRIMMER
CAUTION!
WARNING!
Always maintain the articulated hedge
trimmer according to this owner's
manual and follow the recommended
scheduled maintenance
Never transport the articulated hedge
trimmer or set it down with the engine
running could be accidently
accelerated causing the blades to
oscillate.
Never modify or disable any of the
hedge trimmer's safety devices.
Mark sure the blade cover is in the
place when transporting and storing
the articulated hedge trimmer
Always use genuine parts and
accessories when repairing or
maintaining this machine
When carrying an articulating hedge
trimmer, the blade of the cutting
attachment must be in the transport
position see Figure 1.
Do not make unauthorized
modifications to the articulated hedge
trimmer
When transporting the hedge trimmer
in a vehicle, tie it down securely to
prevent fuel spillage or damage to the
machine.
Always clear your work area of trash
or hidden debris to help ensure good
footing
Keep the cutters sharp and properly
adjusted
Keep the articulated hedge trimmer as
clean as possible. keep it free of loose
vegetation ,mud, debris, etc.
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Product description
Prior to assembly
Using figure 3 as a guide, familiarize
yourself with the attachment of long reach
hedge trimmer and its various
components.
Understanding your machine helps ensure
top performance ,longer service life and
safer operation.
Before assembling, make sure you have
all the components required for a
complete unit:
Carefully inspect all components,
Making sure they are not damaged
IMPORTANT
The terms” left”, ”left-hand”, and “LH”
“right” ,right-hand” ,and “RH”, “front” and
“rear“ refer to directions as viewed by the
operator during normal operation.
Cutter assembly
WARNING!
Cutter blade cover
Hand protector clamp screw nut
Do not make unauthorized
modifications or alterations to your
articulated hedge trimmer or its
components.
Caution labels
Owner's manual
Tool kit for routine maintenance
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Installing the Hedge Trimmer Cutter Assembly
WARNING!
The cutter blades are very sharp. Do
not handle the cutter assembly unless
the protective blade cover is in place.
IMPORTANT
Always wear gloves when working with or
near the cutter assembly.
1. Remove the output shaft from the rubber
sleeve.
2.Insert the output shaft into the gearbox, align
the hexagonal screws and then tighten on
both sides, as shown in the illustration.
3. Working head rotation:
Only change the position of the head when
the engine is not operating.
1. Pull back the lock collar as shown in the
illustration.
2. Select the required working angle for the
hedge trimmer head, rotating the side
lever.
4. Gearbox Grease
1. After 25 hours run time, grease the
gearbox.
2. Use an injection pump at the designated
gearbox nozzle points, as shown.
3. Gearbox grease recommended:
OEST LT200EP
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Safety Operation
Applications
Preparations
This machine is designed especially for
triming hedge.
Never use this machine for any other
purposes. Never try to cut stones, metals,
plastics or any other hard objects.
Using for other purposes than trimming
hedge may damage the machine or cause
serious injury.
Use lopping shears to cut out thick
branches first.
Cutting sequence
If a radial cut is necessary, cut a little at
a time in several passes.
Cutting techniques
Preparations
suitable protective clothing and
equipment-see section "Safety Precautions."
●Choose the best work position for safety
against the falling object
(branch etc)
●Start the engine.
●Put on the strap.
●Wear
Never stand directly underneath the branch
you are cutting-be wary of falling branches.
Note that a branch may spring back at you
after it hits the ground.
Working position:
Hold the control handle with your right hand,
and the shaft with your left hand. Your left
arm should be extended to the most comfortable
position.
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Vertical cut:
Swing the cutting blade up and down in
an arc as you move along the hedgeuse
both sides of the cotting blade.
Horizontal cut:
Hold the cutting blade at an angle of 0°
to 10° as you swing the hedge trimmer
horizontally.
Swing the blade in an arc towards the
outside of the tedge so that the cuttings
are swept on to the ground.
Overhead cut
Horizontal cut
Hold the shaft upright with a 90° blade
angle to cut an upper surface of a hedge.
Cutting close to ground from a standing
position, e.g.low shrubs.
Horizontal cut
Vertical cut
Cutting without standing directly in front
of the hedge, e.g. reaching over a
flowerbed.
Cutting without standing directly next to
hedge, e.g. flowerbed between operator
and hedge.
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Operating the Articulated Hedge Trimmer
Always wear a hard hat to reduce
the risk of head injuries during
operation of this machine.
Secure long hair
so it is above
shoulder level.
Always wear eye and hearing
protection. We recommends
wearing a face shield as additional
face and eye protection.
Wear non-slip heavy-duty
gloves to improve your grip
on the trimmer handle.
Wear snug-fitting clothes
that also permit freedom of
movement. NEVER wear
shorts!
Always operate with
both hands firmly
gripping the machine.
Keep a proper footing and do not
overreach-maintain your balance
at all times during operation.
Keep bystanders at least 50feet
15meters away from the
operating trimmer to reduce the
risk of being cut by the moving
blades or struck by falling
objects or thrown debris.
Wear sturdy footwear with
nonslip soles to provide good
footing. Steel-toed safety boots
are recommended
Fi g u r e 1
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EC-DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
EC Declaration of Conformity
We herewith declare,
Cobra Garden Machinery
Henton & Chattell Ltd, London Road, Nottingham NG2 3HW United Kingdom
That the following machine complies with the appropriate basic safety and health requirements of the EC Directive
based on its design and type, as brought into circulation by us.
In case of alteration of the machine, not agreed upon by us, this declaration will lose its validity
Machine Description:
26.3 cm3 Multi-cutter
Machine Type:
MT270K (PNM270K)
Displacement
26.3 cm3
Max, Cutting width
Brush cutter 255mm, Grass trimmer 420mm, Pruner 295mm,
Hedge trimmer 620mm
Measured sound power level:
98dB(A)
Guaranteed sound power level:
110dB(A)
Notified Body for EC Directive:
Intertek Testing Services Shanghai
Building No. 86, 1198 Qinzhou Road(North), Shanghai 200233 China
Applicable EC Directives
2006/42/EC
2004/108/EC
2000/14/EC
97/68/EC
Applicable Harmonized
EN ISO 11680-1:2011
EN ISO 11806-1:2011
Standards
EN ISO 10517:2009 +A1:2013
The conformity assessment procedure followed was in accordance with Annex
III of the Directive 2000/14/EC
Authorized Signature/Date
Peter J. Chaloner
12-06-2014
Title of Signatory
Managing Director
Name and address of the
Cobra Garden Machinery
person authorised to compile
Henton & Chattell Ltd, London Road, Nottingham NG2 3HW United Kingdom
the technical file
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