OM, Poulan, PPBP30, 2009-07, 9096320642, 952711971, US

OM, Poulan, PPBP30, 2009-07, 9096320642, 952711971, US
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Instruction Manual
Manual de Instrucciones
Manuel! d'Instructions
PPBP30
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IMPORTANT MANUAL - Do not throw away
MANUAL IMPORTANTE - No lo descarte
MANUEL IMPORTANT - À Conserver
WARNING:
Read the operator's manual and foliow ail warnings and safety
instructions. Failure to do so can result in serious injury. Always wear
eye protection.
ADVERTENCIA:
Lea el manual del operador y siga todas las advertencias e instruc-
ciones de seguridad. El no hacerlo puede resultar en lesiones graves.
AVERTISSEMENT:
Lire le manuel de l'utilisateur et bienrespecter tous les avertisse-
ments et toutes les instructions de sécurité. Tout défaut de le faire
pourrait entrainer des blessures graves.
Poulan PRO Poulan PRO
1030 Stevens Creek Road 850 Matheson Blvd. West
Augusta, GA 30907 Mississauga, Ontario L5V 0B4
9096-320642
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1 - GENERAL INFORMATION
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GENERAL IDENTIFICATION
THROTTLE TRIGGER
THROTTLE ADJUSTER
ON/STOP SWITCH
TOP ASSIST HANDLE
SPARK PLUG WIRE / SPARK PLUG
CHOKE LEVER
STARTER HANDLE
AIR CLEANER COVER
FUEL CAP
FUEL TANK
PRIMER BULB
HARNESS
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23,
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CONTROL HANDLE
OPERATING TUBE
HOSE CLAMP
FLEX TUBE
THROTTLE LINKAGE
MUFFLER COVER
SPARK ARRESTER SCREEN
VENTED BACK PAD
INTERMEDIATE TUBE
2-3/16" (56mm) NOZZLE
1-8/18" (40mm) CONCENTRATOR NOZZLE
THROTTLE LINKAGE CLIPS
1-2. SPECIFICATIONS
ENGINE
Engine Type
Displacement
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Blower Velocity
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2- SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
2-1. WHATTO DO
READ YOUR USER MANUAL AND ALL
SUPPLEMENTS (iF ANY ENCLOSED)
THOROUGHLY BEFORE OPERATING YOUR
UNIT,
1.
WEAR CLOSE FITTING, TOUGH WORK
CLOTHING that will provide protection, such
as jong stacks or trousers, safety work shoes,
heavy duty work gloves, hard hat, a safely
face shield, or safety glasses marked Z87 and
approved hearing protection.
. REFUEL IN A SAFE PLACE. Open fuel cap
slowly to release pressure which may have
formed in fuel tank, Always wipe unit of fuel or
oil spills before starting. To prevent a fire
hazard, move at least 10 feet (3 meters) from
fueling area before starting.
. COMPLY WITH ALL FIRE PREVENTION
REGULATIONS. COMPLIANCE WITH ALL
LOCAL, STATE, OR FEDERAL LAWS IN THE
UNITED STATES 1S THE USER'S
RESPONSIBILITY.
SPECIAL NOTICE: This unit is equipped with
a temperature limiting mufller and spark
arresting screen which meets the requirements
of CaliforniaCodes 4442 and 4443. All
U.S. forest land and the states of California,
idaho,Maine, Minnesota, New Jersey,Oregon,
and Washington require by law that many
internal combustion engines be equipped with
a spark arresting screen. If you operate in a
locale where such regulations exist, you are
legally responsible for maintaining the
operating condition of these parts.Failure to do
sois a violation of the law. For normal
homeowner use, the multier and spark
arresting screen will not reguire any
service. After 50 hours of use, we recommend
that your muffler be serviced or replaced by an
authorized service dealer.
. TURN UNIT OFF before setting it down, and
also before installing or removing attachments,
- KEEP ALL SCREWS AND FASTENERS
TIGHT and the unit in goed operating
condition. Never operate this equipment if it is
improperly adjusted or not completely and
securely assembled.
. KEEP HANDLES DRY, clean and free of fuel
mixture,
7. STORE EQUIPMENT AWAY FROM
POSSIBLE IGNITION SQURCES, such as
gas-powered water heaters, clothes dryers, or
oil-fired furnaces, portable heaters, etc.
8. ALWAYS KEEP the engine free of debris
build-up.
9. OPERATION OF EQUIPMENT should always
be restricted to mature and properly instructed
individuals,
10. PERSONS WITH RESPIRATORY
PROBLEMS and persons operating blower in
very dusty environments, should wear a dust
particle mask at all times. Paper dust masks
are available at most paint and hardware
stores,
2-2. WHAT NOT TO DO
1. DO NOT USE ANY OTHER FUEL than that
recommened in your manual. Always follow
instructions in the Fuel and Lubrication
section af this manual, Never use gasoline
uniess it is properly mixed with 2-cycle engine
lubricant. Permanent damage to engine will
result, voiding manufacturer's warranty.
2. DO NOT SMOKE while refueling or operating
equipment.
3. DO NOT OPERATE UNIT WITHOUT A
MUFFLER and propery installed muffter
shield.
4, DO NOT TOUCH or let your hands or body
2-3. IDENTIFICATION OF SAFETY SYMBOLS
AWARNING:
Save operators manual.
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come in contact with a hot muffler or spark
plug wire,
DUE TO THE DANGER of exhaust fumes,
never operate blower in a confined or poorly
ventilated area.
NEVER POINT BLOWER in the direction of
people, animals, buildings, automobiles, or
windows, etc,
DO NOT operate unit without inlet cover
installed to prevent contact with impeller.
DO NOT set a hot engine down where
flammable material is present.
DO NOT OPERATE UNIT FOR
PROLONGED PERIODS. Rest periodically,
. DO NOT OPERATE UNIT WHILE UNDER
THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR
DRUGS.
. CAUTION: DO NOT ADD, REMOVE OR
ALTER ANY COMPONENTS OF THIS
PROBUCT. Doing so could cause personal
injury and/or damage the unit voiding the
manufacturer's warranty.
. DO NOT operate your unit near or around
flammable liquids or gases whether in or out
of doors. An explosion and/or fire may result.
. DO NOT WEAR loose clothing, scarfs, neck
chains, unconfined long hair, and the like.
Doing so could result in injury associated with
objects being drawn into the rotating parts.
. DO NOT refuel a running engine or an engine
that is hot,
This unit can be dangerous! Careless or improper use can cause serious injury.
Read your operator's manual carefully until you completely understand and can follow alt
warnings and safety rules before operating the unit. Failure to do so can result in serious injury.
The blower can throw objects violently. You can be blinded or injured.
Always wear hearing protection and safety glasses marked Z87. Always
wear heavy, tong pants, long sleeves, boots and gloves.
Hazard zone for thrown objects. Keep children, bystanders, and animals away from
Work area a minimum of 30 feet (10 meters) when starting or operating unit. Do not
point blower nozzle in the direction of people ar pets.
Secure hair above shoulder length. Do not wear jewelry, loose clothing,
or clothing with loosly hanging straps, ties, tassels, etc. They can be
caught in moving paris.
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d © Always stop unit and disconnect spark plug before cleaning or sevicing.
A WARNING:
Fire hazard. Never mix, pour, or store gasoline or use the unit near a flame or sparks
{including smoking, open flames, or work that can cause sparks).
Á WARNING:
The muffler is very hot during and after use.
Do not touch the muffier, muffier guard, or surrounding surfaces, or allow combustible
material such as dry grass or fuel to do so.
№ ATEO The engine continues to rotate after the unit is switched off.
3 - ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS
3-1. ATTACH FLEX TUBE
Fut the hose clamp{C} on the flex tube(B) before
connecting the flex tube(B) and the fan's outlet
tube(A) together.
Connect the flex tube (B) to the fan's outlet tube
(A) (Fig. 3-1A) with a hose clamp (C) (Fig. 3-1B)
and tighten securely (Fig. 3-18).
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3-2. ATTACH OPERATING TUBE
NOTE: keep the throttle cable as straight as
possible when connecting the blower tubes,
1. Place the unit on flat surface during assembly.
Insure screw mechanism of clamp is
positioned away from operator.
2. Put the hose clamp (C) on the flex tube(B) and
the operating tube before connecting them
together.
3. Turn the throttle linkage mark (D) so it aligns
with the throttle handle (F) (Fig.3-2A). Insert
the operating tube (E) into the flex tube (B)
(Fig. 3-2A) and then tighten securely with a
hose clamp {G) {Fig. 3-2B).
4. Attach throttle linkage clips to both ends of the
flex tube to secure the throttle cable,
(Fig. 3-203)
3-20
THROTILE LINKAGE CLIPS
3-20
3-3. ATTACH INTERMEDIATE TUBE AND
CONCENTRATOR NOZZLE
Connect the intermediate tube (H) and
concentrator nozzle {I} or 56mm nozzle (J) {you
can only use one nozzle at a time), Push the
tubes together and turn clockwise until they lock
together (Fig. 3-3A}. Use concentrator nozzle
when you need more airflow in tight places; flower
beds, under decks, etc.
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3-4. ADJUST BACK PACK HARNESS AND
CONTROL HANDLE
1. Place blower on your back hy slipping arms
through the shoulder straps as if you were
putting on a jacket {Figure 3-44),
2. Adjust backpack harness and control handle.
3. Once adjustments have been made to the
straps for user comtort, remove the blower
from your back and place on leve! ground in
an upright position.
4 - FUEL AND LUBRICATION
4-1. FUELING ENGINE
WARNING: Remove fuel cap slowly when
refueling.
This engine is certified to operate on unleaded
gasoline. Before operation, gasoline must he
mixed with a good quality synthetic 2-cycle
air-cooled engine ait designed to be mixed at a
ratio of 40:1. Poulan/WEED EATER brand
synthetic oil is recommended, Mix gasoline and oi
at a ratio of 40:1. A 40:1 ratio is obtained by
mixing 3.2 fluid ounces (95 mi) of oll with 1 gallon
(4 liters) of unteaded gasoline. DO NOT USE
automotive of or marine oil. These oils will cause
engine damage. When mixing fuel, follow
instructions printed on container. Once oil is
added to gasoline, shake container momentarily
to assure that the fuel is thoroughly mixed. Always
read and follow the safely rules relating to fuel
before fueling your unit,
CAUTION: Never use straight gasoline in your
unit. This will cause permanent engine damage
and veid the warranty.
4-2. FUEL REQUIREMENTS
This engine requires the use of minimum 87
octane [R+M)/2 clean gasoline,
IMPORTANT
Use of alcohol blended fuels (called gasoho! or
using ethano! or methanol) can cause major
engine performance and durability problems,
WARNING: Alternative fuels (not gasoline) such
as E-15 (15% alcohol), E-20 (20% alcohol), E-85
(85% alcohol) are NOT classified as gasoline and
are NOT approved for use in 2-stroke gasoline
engines. Use of alternative fuels will cause
problems such as: improper clutch engagements,
overheating, vapor lock, power loss, lubrication
deficiency, deterioration of fuel lines, gaskets and
internal carburetor components, ete. Alternative
fuels cause high moisture absorption into the
tuel/oil mixture leading to oil and fuel separation.
4-3. FUEL AND LUBRICATION SYMBOLS
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Gasoline and Qil
á Mix 40:1
FUEL MIXING TABLE
GASOLINE 40:1 Ratio
Lubricant
1 U.8, Gal. 3,2 07. 95mi (cc)
5 Liters 4.3 97, 125ml (ce)
1 Imp. Gal. 4.3 97, 126mi (ce)
Mixing 40 Parts Gasoline to
Procedure 1 Part Lubricant
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5 - STARTING/STOPPING INSTRUCTIONS
5-1.1. STARTING A COLD ENGINE
NOTE: This product is designed to be started at
idle.
1. Pump primer bulb10 X by pressing up on the
buib (D). (Fig. 5-1B)
2. Your unit is designed with a 3-position choke:
FULL CHOKE “1-17, HALF CHOKE " 14” and
RUN “til,
Move choke lever to FULL CHOKE "i="
position. (Fig. 5-1A)
NOTE: Easy Start power assist starting
significantly reduces the pulling effort, Pull the
starter cord slowly toabout 3 1/2 feet, the power
assist will turn over the enginewilh little resistence
from the engine.
3. Squeeze throttle trigger and turn throttle
adjuster clockwise until it stops,
Throttle adjuster position:
(1) Idling
(2) Full Throttle
Fig. 5-10)
4, With the unit on the ground,hold the top assist
handle and step on the bottom of the frame
with your fool. (Fig.5-10)
Pull starter rope slowly untit engine sounds as
if it is trying to start, but do not pull rope more
than 6 times.
5. Move choke lever to HALF CHOKE “IN »
position. (Fig.5-1E)
6. Pull starter rope slowly until engine starts,
7. Allow engine to run 10 seconds: then, move
the choke lever to RUN “tH "position. (Fig.5~1F)
8. Press trigger to run.
5-1.2, STARTING A WARM ENGINE
1. Move choke lever to HALF CHOKE “inj”
position (Fig.5-1E}
2. Pull starter rope slowly until engine starts.
3. Allow engine to run 10 seconds; then, move
the choke lever to RUN “iH "position.{Fig.5-1F)
NOTE: if engine has not started, pull starter rope
5 more pults, if engine still does not run, itis
probably flooded. Move the choke lever to the
НОМ “1447 position. Grip starter handie and pull
starter rope slowly rope to clear the engine of
excess fuel. If engine fails to srart after repeated
attempts, refer to troubleshooting section.
Throttle
Adjuster START
position
Throttle
Trigger
5-1F
IMPORTANT IDLING INFORMATION
tn some cases due to operating conditions
(attitude, temperature eto.) your blower may need
a slight adjustment to the idle speed.
If unit does not ldie after restarting 2 times after
warm up, follow these steps to adjust idle.
1. Locate the idle adjustment screw (E) on the
carburetor {Fig. 5-1G).
2. Using a Phillips or slotted screwdriver - turn
screw 1/4 10 1/2 turn clockwise (to the right),
Unit should then idie properly.
5-2. STOPPING THE ENGINE
Emergency Stopping Procedure. When it is
necessary to stop blower engine immediately,
press and hold the ON/STOP switch (A) untif the
engine stops completely (Figure 5-2).
Normal Stopping Method. For normal stopping,
release trigger and allow engine to return to idle
speed. Then press and hold the ON/STOP switch
(A) until the engine stops completely. (Figure 5-2)
6 - OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
6-1. BLOWER OPERATIONS
AWARNING Because of flying debris,
always wear a safety face shield or safety glasses
marked Z87 when operating blower.
AWARNI NG Before using your blower,
review Safety Precautions in your User Manual,
and all regulations for operation of the unit. These
precautions and regulations are for your
protection.
AWARNING DO NOT operate the
blower with other people or animals in the
immediate vicinity. Allow a minimum of 30 feet
(10 meters) between operator and other people or
animals,
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Use the biower for trees, shrubs, flower beds,
and hard-to-clean areas.
Use the unit around buildings and for other
normal cleaning procedures.
Use the blower around walls, overhangs,
fences, and screens.
We recommend that a face mask be worn
when operating blower in dusty areas.
Stand away from the debris, at à distance that
will easily allow you to control the direction of
blown debris. Never blow debris in direction of
bystanders.
To control velocity of airstream, blower can be
operated at any speed between idle and full
throttle. Experience with the unit will help you
determine the amount of airflow necessary for
each application.
Operate power equipment only at reasonable
hours-not early in the morning or late at night
when people might be disturbed. Comply with
times listed in focal ordinances,
To reduce sound levels, limit the number of
pieces of equipment used at any one time.
Operate power blowers at the lowest possible
throttle speed to do the job.
. Check your equipment before operation,
especially the muffler, air intakes and air
filters,
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12.
Use rakes and brooms to loosen debris before
blowing. In dusty conditions, slightly dampen
surfaces when water is available,
Conserve water by using power blowers
instead of hoses for many lawn and garden
applications, including areas such as gutters,
screens, patios, grills, porches and gardens.
. Watch out for children, pets, open windows or
freshly washed cars, and blow debris sately
away.
. Use intermediate tube plus nozzle of your
choice so the airstream can work close to the
ground.
. After using blowers and other equipment,
CLEAN UPI
Dispose of debris in trash receptacles.
6-2. OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS
1.
2.
Follow the instructions "STARTING A COLD
ENGINE”.
Once unit is running, place unit on your back
by slipping arms through the shoulder straps
as if your were putting on a jacket (Fig. 6-2A).
. When preparing to clear an area of debris,
always position yoursell so that you can control
the direction debris will be blown |
. The control handle and the flexibility of the
blower tube assembly will allow you to clear
the most hard-to-reach areas .
5. The hand grip, throttle trigger, throttle adjuster
and ignition on/stop switch are all mounted on
a swivel handle that offers a wide range of
operating positions and comfort (Fig. 6-2C).
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7 - MAINTENANCE INSTRUCTIONS
7-1. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Perform maintenance procedures at the frequency
stated in the table. These procedures should also
be a part of any seasonal tune-up,
NOTE: Maintenance, replacement, or repair of the
WARNING
To prevent serious injury, never perform
maintenance or repairs with unit running. Always
service and repair a cool unit. Disconnect the
emission control devices and system may only be start.
performed by an authorized service dealer,
A good preventive maintenance program of regular inspection and care will increase lite and improve
performance of your blower. This maintenance checklist is a guide for such a program.
Cleaning, adjustment, and par replacement may be required, under certain conditions, at more frequent
intervals than those indicated.
CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITY
spark plug wire to ensure that the unit cannot
MAINTENANCE CHECKLIST Sn OF
EACH USE
ITEM BEFORE EACH USE 10 20
SCREW / NUTS / BOLTS INSPECT / TIGHTEN y
AIR FILTER CLEAN OR REPLACE
FUEL FILTER REPLACE “”
SPARK PLUG CLEAN / ADJUST / REPLACE и”
INSPECT Vv
SPARK ARRESTER SCREEN
REPLACE Vv
INSPECT Y
FUEL HOSES
REPLACE AS REQUIRED Y
*Recommended for Maintenance by an Authorized Service Center Technician.
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7-2. AIR FILTER
CAUTION
NEVER operate blower without the air filter. The
air filter must be kept clean. if it becomes
damaged, install a new filter.
TO CLEAN AIR FILTER:
1. Loosen knob (A) holding air filter cover in
place, remove cover (B) and lift filter (C) from
air box (Fig, 7-24 € Fig. 7-28),
2. Wash filter in soap and water. DO NOT USE
GASOLINE!
3. Air dry filter,
4. Reinstall fitter,
NOTE: Replace filter if frayed, torn, damaged or
unable to be cleaned.
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7-3. FUEL CAP / FUEL FILTER
CAUTION
Remove fuel from unit and store in approved
container before starting this procedure. Open
fuel cap slowly to release any pressure which
may have formed in fuel tank.
FUEL FILTER:
1. Completely remove fuel cap (A) from fuel tank
(B) to allow removal of the fuel filter (D} from
tank. Use a piece of wire (C) with a hook
formed at the end to pull filter out of tank. {Fig.
7-3A & 7-3B).
2. Pull filter (D} off with a twisting motion, (Fig.
7-3C)
3. Replace fue! filter (D). (Fig. 7-3C)
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NOTE: Never operate the blower without the fuel
filter. Internat engine damage could result!
7-3C
7-4. IDLE ADJUSTMENT
The carburetor was pre-set at the factory for
optimum performance, If further adjustments are
necessary take your blower {0 an authorized
service dealer.
7-5. SPARK PLUG
1. To remove spark plug (B) (Fig. 7-5B) for
cleaning or replacement: make sure engine is
off, spark plug is cool, then grasp spark plug
hoot firmly and remove from spark plug.
Remove spark plug with correct spark plug
tool. Inspect, clean or replace as needed.
2. Spark plug gap = .025" (.635mm) (Fig. 7-5A).
3. Torque to 105 to 130 inch pounds {12 to 15
Nem). Connect spark plug boot.
4. If neaded replace spark plug with Champion
RZ7C or equivalent.
025" (635mm)
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Spark
Piug
7-5B
7-6. SPARK ARRESTOR SCREEN / COLLAR
ASSEMBLY
1. To replace spark arrestor screen/collar
assembly (A) (Fig. 7-5B}, use a needie nose
pliers and pinch an edge of the collar, Pull out
the whole spark arrestor screen assembly.
2. Use the needle nose pliers to push in a new
spark arrestor screen assembly by opening
the pliers slightly to press the inner surface of
the assembly securely into place.
7-7. STORAGE
Failure to follow these steps may cause varnish to
form in the carburetor which can cause difficuit
starting or permanent damage foilowing storage.
1. Perform ail the general maintenance
recommended in the Maintenance Section of
your User Manual.
2, Clean exterior of engine and blower tubes.
3, Drain fuel from the fuel tank by running the
unit dry ar by removing the fuel cap and
tipping the motor housing/fuel tank over and
draining oli/fuel mixture into a container with
the same 2-cycle fuel mixture.
. After fuel is drained, start engine.
. Run engine at idle until unit stops. This witl
purge the carburetor of fuel.
. Allow engine to cool (approx. 5 minutes).
. Using a spark plug wrench, remove the spark
plug.
. Pour 1 teaspoon of clean 2-cycle oil into the
combustion chamber. Pull starter rope slowly
several times to coat internal components.
Reinstall spark piug.
9. Store unit in a cool, dry place away from any
source of ignition such as an oil burner, water
heater, etc.
7-8. REMOVING A UNIT FROM STORAGE
. Remove spark plug.
. Pull starter rope briskly to clear excess oil from
combustion chamber,
. Clean and gap spark plug or instal a new
spark plug with proper gap.
. Prepare unit for operation.
. Fill fuel tank with proper fuel / oil mixture, See
Fuel and Lubrication Section.
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8 - TROUBLESHOOTING THE ENGINE
PROBLEM
PROBABLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
Unit won't start or starts
But will not run.
Incorrect starting procedures.
Follow instructions in the User
Manual.
Incorrect carburetor mixture
adjustment setting.
Have carburetor adjusted by an
Authorized Service Center.
Fouled spark plug
Clean / gap or replace plug.
Fuel filter plugged.
Replace fuel filter.
Unit starts, but engine has
low power,
Incorrect lever position on choke.
Move to RUN position.
Dirty spark arrester screen.
Replace spark arrester screen.
Dirty air filter.
Remove , clean and reinstall filter.
incorrect carburetor mixture
adjustment setting.
Have carburetor adjusted by an
Authorized Service Center.
Engine hesitates.
No power under load,
Incorrect carburetor mixture
adjustment setting.
Have carburetor adjusted by an
Authorized Service Center,
Runs erratically,
Incorrectly gapped spark plug.
Clean / gap or replace plug.
Smokes excessively.
Incorrect carburetor mixture
adjustment setting.
Have carburetor adjusted Бу an
Authorized Service Center,
incorrect fuel mixture .
Use properly mixed fuel
(40:1 mixture).
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9 - LIMITED WARRANTY
Poulan PRO, a division of Husqvarna
Consumer Outdoor Products N.A., Inc.,
warrants to the original consumer purchaser
that each new Poulan PRO brand gasoline too!
or attachment is free from detects in material
and workmanship and agrees to repair or
replace under this warranty any defective
gasoline product or attachment as follows from
the original date of purchase,
2 YEARS - Parts and Labor, when used for
household purposes.
90 DAYS - Parts and Labor, when used for
commercial, professional, or income producing
purposes.
30 DAYS - Parts and Labor, if used for rental
purposes.
This warranty is not transferable and does not
cover damage or liability caused by improper
handling, improper maintenance or alteration, or
the use of accessories and/or attachments not
specifically recommended by Poulan PRO for
this toci. This warranty does not cover parts that
wilf wear and require replacement with
reasonable use during the warranty period. This
warranty does not cover pre-delivery setup or
normal adjustments explained in the instruction
manual. This warranty does not cover
transportation costs. In the event you have a
claimunder thiswarranty, you must return the
product to an authorized service dealer,
Should you have any unanswered questions
concerning this warranty, please contact:
Poulan PRO, à division of Husqvarna
Consumer Outdoor Products N.A., Ins.
1030 Stevens Creek Road
Augusta, GA 30907
1-800-554-6723
In Canada, contact:
Poulan PRO
850 Matheson Bivd, West
Mississauga, Ontario L5V 0B4
Giving the mode! number, serial number and
date of purchase of your product and the name
and address of the authorized dealer from whom
it was purchased.
THIS WARRANTY GIVES YOU SPECIFIC
LEGAL RIGHTS, AND YOU MAY HAVE
OTHER RIGHTS WHICH VARY FROM STATE
TO STATE.
NO CLAIMS FOR CONSEQUENTIAL OR
OTHER DAMAGES WILL BE ALLOWED, AND
THERE ARE NO OTHER EXPRESS
WARRANTIES EXCEPT THOSE EXPRESSLY
STIPULATED HEREIN. —-
SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW
LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED
WARRANTY LASTS OR THE EXCLUSION OR
LIMITATIONS OF INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, SO THE
ABOVE LIMITATIONS OR EXCLUSION MAY
NOT APPLY TO YOU.
This is a limited warranty within the meaning of
that termas defined in the Magnuson-Moss Act
of 1975,
The policy of Poulan PRO is to continuously
improve its products. Therefore, Poulan PRO
reserves the right to change, modify, or
discontinue modeis, designs, specifications, and
accessories of all products at any time without
notice or obligation to any purchaser,
U.S. EPA/CALIFORNIA/ENVIRONMENT CANADA
EMISSIONS CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT
YOUR WARRANTY RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, California
Air Resources Board, Environment Canada and Poulan PRO are pleased to explain the emissions control
system warranty on your year 2009 and later small off-road engine. In California, alt small off-road engines
must be designed, built, and equipped to meet the State's stringent anti-smog standards. Poulan PRO must
warrant the emission control system on your small off-road engine for the periods of time listed below
provided there has been no abuse, neglect, or improper maintenance of your small off-road engine. Your
emission control system includes parts such as the carburetor, the ignition system and the fuel tank. Where
a warrantable condition exists, Poulan PRO will repair your small off-road engine at no cost to you. Expenses
covered under warranty include diagnosis, parts and labor,
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY COVERAGE: If any emissions related part on your engine (as listed
under Emissions Control Warranty Parts List) is defective or a defect in the materials or workmanship of the
engine causes the failure of such an emission related part, the part will be repaired or replaced by Poulan
PRO.
OWNER'S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES: As the small off-road engine owner, you are responsible for
the performance of the required maintenance listed in your instruction manual. Poulan PRO recommends
that you retain ail receipts covering maintenance on your smal off-road engine, but Poulan PRO cannot
deny warranty solely for the lack of receipts or for your failure to ensure the performance of all scheduled
maintenance. As the small off-road engine owner, you should be aware that Poulan PRO may deny you
warranty coverage if your small off-road engine or a part of it has failed due 10 abuse, neglect, improper
maintenance, unapproved modifications, or the use of parts not made or approved by the original equipment
manufacturer. You are responsible for presenting your smalf off-read engine to a Poulan PRO authorized
repair center as soon as a problem exists. Warranty repairs should be completed in a reasonable amount of
time, not to exceed 30 days. If you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities,
you should contact your nearest authorized service center, call Poulan PRO at 1-800-554-6723, or send
e-mail correspondence to emission.warranty @ HCOP-emission.com. WARRANTY COMMENCEMENT
DATE: The warranty period begins on the date the small off-road engine is purchased.
LENGTH OF COVERAGE: This warranty shall be for a period of two years from the initial date of purchase,
WHAT 13 COVERED: REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF PARTS. Repair or replacement of any warranted
part will be performed at no charge to the owner at an approved Poutan PRO servicing center. If you have
any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should contact your nearest
authorized service center, call Poulan PRO at 1-800-554-6723, or send e-mail correspondence to
emission. warranty @HCOP-emigsion.com.
WARRANTY PERIOD: Any warranted part which is not scheduled for replacement as required maintenance,
or which is scheduled oniy for regular inspection to the effect of “repair or replace as necessary” shail be
warranted for 2 years. Any warranted part which is scheduled for replacement as required maintenance shail
be warranted for the period of time up to the first scheduled replacement point for that part.
DIAGNOSIS: The owner shall not be charged for diagnostic labor which leads to the determination that a
warranted patt is defective if the diagnostic work is performed at an approved Poulan PRO servicing center.
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES: Poulan PRO may be liable for damages to other engine components
caused by the failure of a warranted part still under warranty, WHAT 1S NOT COVERED: All failures caused
by abuse, neglect, or improper maintenance are not covered.
ADD-ON OR MODIFIED PARTS: The use of add-on or modified parts can be grounds for disallowing a
warranty claim. Poulan PRO is not liable to cover failures of warranted parts caused by the use of add-on or
modified pans.
HOW TO FILE A CLAIM: 1f you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you
should contact your nearest authorized service center, cali Poulan PRO at 1-800-554-6723, or send e-mail
correspondence to emission.warranty O HCOP-emission.com.
WHERE TO GET WARRANTY SERVICE: Warranty services or repairs shall be provided at all Poulan PRO
service centers. Call 1-800-554-6723 or send e-mail correspondence lo emission.warranty
@ HCOP-emission.com.
MAINTENANCE, REPLACEMENT AND REPAIR OF EMISSION RELATED PARTS: Any Poulan PRO
approved replacement part used in the performance of any warranty maintenance or repair on emission
related parts will be provided without charge to the owner if the part is under warranty.
EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY PARTS LIST: Carburetor, air filler {covered Up to maintenance
schedule), ignition system: spark plug {covered up to maintenance schedule), ignition module, muffler
including catalyst (if equipped), fuel tank.
MAINTENANCE STATEMENT: The owner is responsible for the performance of all required maintenance
as defined in the instruction manual,
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The information on the product label indicates which standard your engine is certified.
Example: (Year) EPA and/or CALIFORNIA.
EMISSION CONTROL INFORMATION THIS ENGINE MEETS EXH. AND EVAP,
EMISSIONS REGULATIONS FOR SMALL OFF RCAD ENGINES
POULAN PRO 2005 US EPA AND CALIFORNIA
di ETS 5 PWES.O309BF 3000; EN
НАК К ХЕХ
MEE NOD: BLIO 711971
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(eE COMPLIANCE PERIOD 60 HOURS
This engine is certified to be emissions compliant for the foliowing use:
DU Moderate (50 hours)
[J Intermediate {125 hours)
[.] Extended (300 hours)
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