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SHINDAIWA OWNER’S/OPERATOR’S MANUAL
C344 BRUSHCUTTER
WARNING!
Minimize the risk of injury to yourself and others! Read this manual and familiarize yourself with
the contents. Always wear eye and hearing protection
when operating this unit.
X7502831600
06/10
Introduction
The Shindaiwa H4 series of hand-held
power equipment is designed and built
to deliver superior performance and
reliability without compromise to quality,
comfort, safety or durability. Shindaiwa
engines represent the leading edge of
high-performance engine technology,
delivering exceptionally high power
with remarkably low displacement
and weight. As an owner/operator,
you’ll soon discover for yourself why
Shindaiwa is simply in a class by itself!
Contents
IMPORTANT!
The information contained in these
instructions describes units available at
the time of publication.
Echo, Inc. reserves the right to make
changes to products without prior
notice, and without obligation to
make alterations to units previously
manufactured.
PAGE
WARNING!
The engine exhaust from
this product contains chemicals
known to the State of California
to cause cancer, birth defects or
other reproductive harm.
PAGE
Safety.................................................... 3
Product Description............................... 5
Specifications........................................ 5
Emission Control................................... 6
Assembly............................................... 6
Mixing fuel........................................... 10
Filling the fuel tank...............................11
Starting the Engine ............................. 12
Stopping the Engine............................ 13
Checking Unit Condition...................... 13
Operation............................................. 13
Maintenance........................................ 16
Long Term Storage.............................. 21
Troubleshooting Guide........................ 22
Warranty.............................................. 25
IMPORTANT!
The operational procedures described in this manual are intended to help you get the most from this unit 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 H4 series hand-held
power equipment, or if you do not understand something in this manual, contact Shindaiwa at the address printed on the back of
this Manual.
Attention Statements
Throughout this manual are special
“attention statements”.
DANGER!
A statement preceded by
the triangular attention symbol and
the word “DANGER” contains information that should be acted upon to
prevent serious injury or death.
WARNING!
CAUTION!
A statement preceded by
the triangular attention symbol and
the word “WARNING” contains information that should be acted upon to
prevent serious bodily injury.
A statement preceded by the
word “CAUTION” contains information that should be acted upon
to prevent mechanical damage.
IMPORTANT!
NOTE:
A statement preceded by the word
“IMPORTANT” is one that possesses
special significance.
A statement preceded by the word
“NOTE” contains information that is
handy to know and may make your job
easier.
Warning and Operational Labels
50 FEET
(15m)
Read and follow this operator's
manual. Failure to do so could
result in serious injury..
Beware of thrown or richocheted
objects
Always wear a harness when
operating this unit with a blade.
A harness is also recommended
when using trimmer line.
Wear eye and hearing protection at all times during operation
of this unit. Wear head protection where there is a risk of falling objects.
DO NOT operate this unit
with a blade unless the unit is
equipped with a Shindawiaapproved handlebar or barrier.
Make sure no one is within
15 M / 50 feet of an operating
machine.
WARNING: Surface can be hot.
Always wear gloves when handling
this unit.
If unit is used as a brushcutter,
beware of blade thrust. A
jammed blade can cause the
unit to jerk suddenly and may
cause the operator to lose control of the unit.
HOT SURFACE
2
Safety
Work Safely
Trimmers and brushcutters operate at
very high speeds and can do serious
damage or injury if they are misused or
abused. Never allow a person without
training or instruction to operate this
unit!
WARNING!
Never make unauthorized
attachment installations.
WARNING!
Stay Alert
You must be physically and mentally fit
to operate this unit safely.
Never operate power equipment of
any kind if you are tired or if you
are under the influence of alcohol,
drugs, medication or any other substance that could affect your ability
or judgement.
WARNING!
Use Good Judgment
ALWAYS inspect unit before each
use. Replace any damaged parts.
NEVER extend trimming line beyond
the length specified for your unit.
NEVER run the engine when transporting the unit.
ALWAYS keep the unit as clean as
practical. Keep it free of loose vegetation, mud, etc.
NEVER run the engine indoors! Make
sure there is always good ventilation. Fumes from engine exhaust can
cause serious injury or death.
ALWAYS stop the unit immediately if
it suddenly begins to vibrate or shake.
Inspect for broken, missing or improperly installed parts or attachments.
ALWAYS keep the handles clean.
ALWAYS hold the unit firmly with both
hands when cutting or trimming, and
maintain control at all times.
ALWAYS disconnect the spark plug
wire before performing any maintenance work.
ALWAYS, if a saw blade should bind
fast in a cut, shut off the engine immediately. Push the branch or tree to
ease the bind and free the blade.
ALWAYS use the proper cutting tool
for the job.
Safety Labels
HOT SURFACE
IMPORTANT!
Safety and Operation Information Labels: Make sure
all information labels are undamaged and readable.
Immediately replace damaged or missing information
labels. New labels are available from your local authorized Shindaiwa dealer.
3
Safety (continued)
The Properly Equipped Operator
Always wear eye protection such as
goggles or safety glasses to shield
against thrown objects.
Wear hearing protection devices and a
broad-brimmed hat or helmet. A helmet
is required when using a blade-equipped
brushcutter to clear small trees.
Always wear a harness when operating the unit .
It adds comfort and helps ensure safety by limiting
movement fore and aft. When the harness is
adjusted properly, the unit should balance with the
cutting attachment parallel to the ground.
Prolonged exposure to excessive noise
is fatiguing and could lead to impaired
hearing.
Always operate with both hands
firmly gripping the unit.
Wear close-fitting clothing to
protect legs and arms. Gloves
offer added protection and are
strongly recommended. Do not
wear clothing or jewelry that
could get caught in machinery
or underbrush. Secure long hair
so that it is above shoulder level.
NEVER wear shorts!
When operating with a blade, make sure
the handle is positioned to provide you with
maximum protection from contacting the
blade. Always make sure the handlebar
is installed in accordance with the
manufacturers instructions.
Always make sure
the appropriate cutting
attachment shield is correctly
installed and in good
condition. Do not
operate the unit if the
cutting attachment
shield is missing,
loose, or broken.
Keep away from the rotating
trimmer line or blade at all
times, and never lift a moving
attachment above waist-high.
Long-term exposure to vibration
can damage your hands.
Keep a proper footing and do not
overreach. Maintain your balance at all
times during operation.
Wear appropriate footwear (non-skid
boots or shoes): do not wear opentoed shoes or sandals. Never work
barefooted!
Be Aware of the Working Environment
Avoid long-term
operation in very hot
or very cold weather.
Be extremely careful
of slippery terrain,
especially during rainy
weather.
Reduce the risk of bystanders
being struck by flying debris. Make
sure no one is within 15 meters
(50 feet)— that’s about 16 paces
of an operating attachment. Stop
immediately if a child, pet, or
person comes within a 15 meter
(50 feet)radius. Outside this radius,
there is still a risk of injury from
thrown objects.
Make sure
bystanders
or observers
outside the
15 meter (50
feet) “danger
zone” wear eye
protection.
Always make sure
the appropriate
cutting attachment
shield is correctly
installed.
15 METERS
(50 FEET)
Be constantly alert for
objects and debris that
could be thrown either
from the rotating cutting
attachment or bounced
from a hard surface.
If contact is made with a hard object,
stop the engine and inspect the cutting
attachment for damage.
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Do not operate the unit
if the cutting attachment
shield is missing, loose,
or broken.
Beware of a coasting
blade when brushcutting or
edging. A coasting blade
can injure while it continues
to spin after the throttle
trigger is released or after
the engine is stopped.
ALWAYS clear your work area of
trash or hidden debris that could
be thrown back at you or toward
a bystander. When operating in
rocky terrain or near electric wires
or fences, use extreme caution to
avoid contacting such items with
the cutting attachment.
Product Description
Throttle Lock
Button
Using the illustration as a guide,
familiarize yourself with your
machine and its various components. Understanding your
machine helps ensure top performance, long service life and safer
operation.
Ignition
Switch
Throttle Interlock
Throttle
Trigger
Hanger
Outer Tube
Grip
Fuel
Tank
Handle
Gearcase
Shoulder
Strap
Cutting Attachment
Shield
WARNING!
Hip Pad
Do not make unauthorized
modifications or alterations to any of
these units or their components.
Specifications
Engine Name
Engine Type
Dry Weight (Without guard and strap)
Bore x Stroke
Displacement
Fuel/Oil Ratio
Fuel Tank Capacity
Carburetor Type
Ignition
Spark Plug**
Plug Gap
Torque
Air Cleaner Type
Starting Method
Stopping Method
Transmission Type
Engine Idle Speed
Clutch Engagement Speed
Wide Open Throttle Speed (W.O.T.)
C344
4-cycle, vertical cylinder, air cooled
7.16 kg/15.8 lb.
38 x 30 mm / 1.49 x 1.18 in.
34 cc/2.07 cu. in.
50:1 with *ISO-L-EGD or JASO FD class engine oil
700 ml/23.7 oz.
Diaphragm-type
One-piece electronic, program-controlled
NGK CMR5H
0.6 mm / 0.024 inch
16.7 - 18.6 N∙m / 148 -165 in • lbs
Foam pre-filter; sealed felt main filter
Recoil
Slide switch
Automatic, centrifugal clutch w/bevel gear
3,000 RPM
4,500 RPM
10,500 RPM
Specifications are subject to change without notice.
5
Emission Control (Exhaust & Evaporative)
EPA 2010 and Later and/or C.A.R.B. TIER III
The emission control system for the engine is EM/TWC (Engine Modification and 3-way Catalyst) and for the fuel tank
the Control System is EVAP (Evaporative Emissions) or N (for nylon tank). Evaporative emission may be applicable to
California models only.
An Emission Control Label is located on the unit. (This is an EXAMPLE ONLY; information on label varies by engine FAMILY).
PRODUCT EMISSION DURABILITY (EMISSION COMPLIANCE PERIOD)
The 300 hour emission compliance period is the time span selected by the manufacturer certifying the engine
emissions output meets applicable emissions regulations, provided that approved maintenance procedures are
followed as listed in the Maintenance Section of this manual.
Assembly
This unit comes fully assembled with the
exception of the cutting attachment shield
Assembly
and cutting attachment.
This unit comes fully assembled with the
exception of the cutting attachment shield
and cutting
attachment.
Prior
to Assembly
This unit comes
fully assembled with
IMPORTANT!
Prior assembling,
to Assembly
the exception of the handlebar, cutBefore
make sure you
The terms “left”, “left-hand”, and “LH”;
ting attachment shield and cutting
have
all
the
components
required
for all
Before
assembling,
make
sure
you have
“right”, “right-hand”, and “RH”; “front” and
attachment.
a
complete
unit
and
inspect
unit
and
the
components
required
for
a
complete
“rear” refer to directions as viewed by the
components
for unit
any and
damage.
unit and inspect
components for
operator during normal operation.
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.
any damage.
■■Engine/Outer tube assembly
Ŷ Handlebar and Throttle assembly
■■Handlebar and Throttle assembly
■■Cutting attachment shields
Ŷ Engine and shaft assembly
Ŷ Cutting attachment shield
■Ŷ■Cutting
Attachment
Cutting attachment
■Ŷ■Shoulder
Strap
w/Hipattachment
Pad
Kit containing
cutting
shield, mounting bracket and hardware,
■■Cutting
attachment shield
mounting
this owner’s/operator’s
manual
and tool
brackets
and maintenance.
assembly hardware
kit for routine
Tool kits
vary by model and may include a spark
attachment
adapter plates
■■Cutting
plug/screwdriver
combination
wrench,
and a scraper.
■■4 mm hex key wrench (Also use as
a locking tool)
■■T-wrench
Handlebar Assembly
Handlebar C unit
Install
Installthe
thehandlebar:
handlebar:
1.1. Remove
cap
Use the 4four
mm(4)
hexupper
wrench
to retaining
remove the
screws,
and
remove
upper
cap the
from
lower cap retaining screws from
handlebar
bracket.
handlebar mounting
bracket. Remove
the cap
from the
bracket.on mounting
2. Place
handlebar
secureonwith
capfor2. bracket,
Positionand
the handle
the upper
outer tube
ward
of Handle
Positioning Label as
and
four
(4) screws.
shown.handlebar
Reassemble
the lower
3. Adjust
position
for cap
bestto the
handlebar bracket in the reverse order
operator comfort and control, then
of disassembly.
tighten upper and lower cap retain3. ing
Locate
the handle
in the best position for
screws
securely.
operator comfort.
4. Secure cable to outer tube with two
4. (2)
Firmly
tighten
both lower cap retaining
bands
provided.
screws.
5. Secure the cable to the outer pipe with the
2 bands as the illustration shows. The 2
bands are in the tool bag.
Ignition switch
Throttle lock
button
Throttle interlock
Throttle
trigger
Handlebar
Handle bar
Throttle
Assembly
Upper cap
retaining screws
Handle positioning
label
Upper
cap Hanger
Outer tube
Lower cap
retaining
screws
Bands
Lower cap
Mounting the brushcutter handlebar
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Assembly (continued)
Throttle Linkage and Ignition
Leads
Adjust throttle trigger free play
The throttle trigger free play should
be approximately 4 - 6 mm (3/16”
- 1/4”). Make sure that the throttle
lever operates smoothly without
binding.
4-6 mm
(3/16”-1/4”)
Throttle Free Play
1. Loosen the air cleaner cover
knob(s) and remove the air cleaner
cover.
2. Place throttle linkage (A) through
adjustment fixture (B) and install
wire end into large carburetor throttle swivel hole (C). Check throttle for
freedom of movement and that wide
open throttle / low idle extremes are
adjusted properly.
Throttle trigger free play
3. Turn the cable adjuster in or out as
required to obtain proper free play 4
- 6 mm (3/16 - 1/4 in.).
4. Connect 2 ignition stop leads from
throttle cable tubing to 2 ignition
leads on engine.
5. Reinstall the air cleaner cover.
Cable
Adjuster
B
A
C
Remove air cleaner cover
Install Cutting Attachment Shield
CAUTION
Wear Gloves or personal injury may result:
• Cutoff knife is sharp.
• Gearcase and surrounding area may be hot.
Tools Required: Screwdriver
A
Parts Required: Plastic debris shield, shield plate, (3) 5 x 10 mm screws
NOTE
The plastic shield is for use with the Nylon Line Head only. Install Metal Shield
when using plastic or metal blades.
B
1. Remove plastic threaded shaft sleeve and adapter plate (C) from PTO
shaft (A).
2. Place the shield on the bottom of the bearing housing flange.
3. Place shield plate (B) on shield, align holes. Install three (3) screws from
bottom through plate and shield into gear case.
C
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Assembly (continued)
Install trimmer head
Tools required: 4 mm hex key wrench (locking tool)
Parts required: adapter plate, trimmer head
D
NOTE
Use the 4 mm hexagonal wrench as a gear housing locking tool.
1. Assemble adapter plate (C) onto PTO shaft.
2. Align locking hole in adapterr plate with notch in edge of gear housing
and insert head locking tool (D).
3. Thread line head (E) onto shaft by turning it counter-clockwise until head
is tight against adapter plate (C).
4. Remove locking tool (D).
A
C
IMPORTANT
Semi-automatic nylon line heads must be used only with plastic debris shield with
cut-off knife. Using nylon line heads with metal debris shield can result in trimmer
damage, caused by operation with excessive line length.
D
To advance trimmer line
Tip:
To advance trimmer line, tap trimmer head against the ground while the head is
turning at normal operating speed.
Nylon line replacement
See Maintenance Section for Loading Trimmer Line.
E
Remove nylon line head
NOTE
Do not disassemble nylon line head.
1. Align locking hole in upper plate with notch in edge of gear housing and insert head locking tool (D).
2. Remove line head (E) by turning it clockwise until head is completely off of shaft.
3. Remove locking tool (D).
Blade Installation
WARNING!
You must install the U-Handle and all Blade Conversion parts shown in the following instructions before operating this
unit with a metal blade, otherwise serious injury may result.
NOTE
Model C344 includes U-Handle, and necessary blade conversion parts. Blades are not provided with trimmer/brushcutters
and must be selected for type of cutting being performed.
Install Metal Shield
Tools Required: 8 x 10 mm Open-end Wrench, Screwdriver, 17x19 mm Wrench,
Locking Tool
Parts Required: Metal Shield, Shield Bracket,
3 - 5 x 10 mm screws w/captivated flat and lock-
washer, (metal shield to gear housing).
2 - 5 x 8 mm screws, 2 - 5 mm nuts, 2 - 5 mm lock-
washers, (bracket to shield).
2 - 5 mm nuts, 2 - 5 mm lockwashers
(Bracket to Gear Housing)
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Assembly (continued)
1. If installed remove nylon line head, upper fixing plate, shield plate, and plastic
shield:
a.Align locking hole in upper plate with notch in edge of gear housing and insert head locking tool (A).
b.Remove line head (B) by turning it clockwise until head is completely off of shaft.
c. Remove locking tool.
C
A
B
d.Remove three screws holding shield plate (E) and plastic shield (C) to gear housing.
e.Retain line head (B), adapter plate (D), shield plate, and plastic shield (C).
C
E
D
2. Loosely attach bracket (I) to shield (J) and attach shield to bottom of gear
housing (F) with hardware provided.
F
I
3. Tighten all shield hardware.
J
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Assembly (continued)
Install Blade
Tools Required:
Parts Required:
4 mm hex key wrench (locking tool), 17 mm wrench, Pliers
Upper plate w/25 mm diameter pilot, lower blade mounting plate, 10 mm hex nut w/L.H. thread, 2 mm x 25 mm cotter pin, blade w/25 mm arbor diameter.
1. Install adapter plate (D) on splined PTO shaft, pilot side down. Blade installation requires Upper Plate (D) with 25 mm pilot.
2. Install Blade (K) on adapter plate pilot. Blades must be installed so that rotation arrow on blade matches rotation of unit: teeth toward direction of rotation
(See debris shield decal). Secure blade with Lower Plate (H), and 10 mm
L.H. nut (G). Turn nut counter-clockwise on PTO shaft to tighten.
D
A
3. Align hole in adapter plate with notch in gear housing, and insert Locking Tool
(A) to prevent splined shaft from turning. Arrow on gear housing points to
notch. Tighten 10 mm nut securely.
K
H
4. Insert Cotter Pin (L) in hole in PTO shaft, and bend pin legs around shaft
counterclockwise to retain 10 mm nut.
G
IMPORTANT
L
Never reuse a cotter pin - install a new cotter pin each time a blade is installed or
replaced.
5. Remove locking tool.
A
D
The unit should now be completely assembled and ready for use
with a blade.
IMPORTANT!
Discard blades that are bent, warped, cracked, broken or damaged in any way.
Use a sharp blade. A dull blade is more likely to snag and thrust.
K
H
G
L
Mixing Fuel
WARNING!
Alternative fuels, such as E15 (15% ethanol), E-85 (85% ethanol) or any fuels not meeting Shindaiwa
requirements are NOT approved for use in Shindaiwa gasoline engines. Use of alternative fuels may cause
performance problems, loss of power, overheating, fuel vapor lock, and unintended machine operation, including,
but not limited to, improper clutch engagement. Alternative fuels may also cause premature deterioration of fuel
lines, gaskets, carburetors and other engine components.
Fuel Requirements
Gasoline - Use 89 Octane [R+M/2] (mid grade or higher) gasoline known to be good quality. Gasoline may contain
up to 10% Ethanol (grain alcohol) or 15% MTBE (methyl tertiary-butyl ether). Gasoline containing methanol (wood
alcohol) is NOT approved.
Hybrid 4TM Mixture Oil - Engine oil meeting ISO-L-EGD (ISO/CD 13738) and J.A.S.O. M345/FD standards must be
used. Shindaiwa highly recommends using Shindaiwa Red ArmorTM engine oil in all Shindaiwa Hybrid 4TM engines to
protect the engine from harmful carbon build up, maintain engine performance, and increase engine life. Shindaiwa
Red ArmorTM engine oil exceeds ISO-L-EGD and J.A.S.O. M345/FD performance requirements. Engine problems
due to inadequate lubrication caused by failure to use an ISO-L-EGD (ISO/CD 13738) and J.A.S.O. M345/FD certified
oil will void the engine warranty.
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Examples of 50:1 mixing quantities
IMPORTANT!
Shindaiwa Red ArmorTM engine oil may be mixed at 50:1 ratio for application
in all Shindaiwa engines sold in the past, regardless of ratio specified in those
manuals.
IMPORTANT!
Stored fuel ages. Do not mix more fuel than you expect to use in thirty (30) days, ninety (90) days when a fuel stabilizer is added. Use of unmixed, improperly mixed, or stale fuel, may cause hard starting, poor performance, or severe
engine damage and void the product warranty. Read and follow instructions in
the Long Term Storage section of this manual.
Handling Fuel
DANGER
Fuel is VERY flammable. Use extreme care when mixing, storing or handling or serious personal injury may result.
•Use an approved fuel container.
•DO NOT smoke near fuel.
•DO NOT allow flames or sparks near fuel.
•Fuel tanks/cans may be under pressure. Always loosen fuel caps slowly allowing pressure to equalize.
•NEVER refuel a unit when the engine is HOT or RUNNING!
•DO NOT fill fuel tanks indoors. ALWAYS fill fuel tanks outdoors over bare ground.
• DO NOT overfill fuel tank. Wipe up spills immediately.
•Securely tighten fuel tank cap and close fuel container after refueling.
•Inspect for fuel leakage. If fuel leakage is found, do not start or operate unit until leakage is repaired.
•Move at least 3m (10 ft.) from refueling location before starting the engine.
Mixing Instructions
1. Fill an approved fuel container with half of the required amount of gasoline.
2. Add the proper amount of engine oil to gasoline.
3. Close container and shake to mix oil with gasoline.
4. Add remaining gasoline, close fuel container, and
remix.
IMPORTANT!
Spilled fuel is a leading cause of hydrocarbon emissions.
Some states may require the use of automatic fuel shutoff containers to reduce fuel spillage.
Storage - Fuel storage laws vary by locality. Contact
your local government for the laws affecting your area.
As a precaution, store fuel in an approved, airtight container. Store in a well-ventilated, unoccupied building,
away from sparks and flames.
IMPORTANT!
Stored fuel may separate. ALWAYS shake fuel container
thoroughly before each use.
After use
• DO NOT store a unit with fuel in its tank. Leaks can
occur. Return unused fuel to an approved fuel storage
container.
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Filling the fuel tank
WARNING!
Minimize the Risk of Fire
■■NEVER smoke or light fires near the
engine.
■■ALWAYS stop the engine and allow
it to cool before refueling.
■■ALWAYS Wipe all spilled fuel and
move at least 3 meters (10 feet) from
the fueling point and source before
starting.
■■NEVER place flammable material
close to the engine muffler.
■■NEVER operate the engine without the
muffler and spark arrester screen in
place and in good working condition.
■■FUEL IS HIGHLY FLAMMABLE.
■■ALWAYS store gasoline in a con-
tainer approved for flammable liquids.
■■ALWAYS inspect the unit for fuel
leaks before each use. During each
refill, check that no fuel leaks from
around the fuel cap and/or fuel tank. If
fuel leaks are evident, stop using the
unit immediately. Fuel leaks must be
repaired before using the unit.
■■ALWAYS move the unit at least 3
meters (10 feet) away from a fuel
storage area or other readily flammable materials before starting the
engine.
Starting the Engine
1. Place the unit on a flat, level
surface.
2. Clear any dirt or other debris
from around the fuel filler cap.
CAUTION!
Slowly remove the fuel cap
only after stopping the engine
3. Remove the fuel cap, and fill
the tank with clean, fresh fuel.
4. Reinstall the fuel filler cap and
tighten firmly.
5. Wipe away any spilled fuel
before starting engine.
IMPORTANT!
Engine ignition is controlled by a two position switch mounted on the throttle housing labeled, “I” for ON or START and “O” for OFF
or STOP.
WARNING!
The attachment will operate immediately when the engine starts, and could result in possible serious injury. Keep movable
parts
of the attachment away from objects that could become entangled or thrown, and surfaces that
Starting
the
Engine
could cause loss of control.
IMPORTANT!
Engine ignition is controlled by a two position switch mounted on the throttle housing labeled, “I” for ON or START and “O” for OFF or STOP.
WARNING!
WARNING!
Never start the engine from
Never start the engine from
the operating
position.
Ignition
switch
Throttle Lock
Button
the operating position.
1.
the ignition
ignitionswitch
switchtotothe
the“ON”
“ON”
1. Slide
Slide the
position.
position.
2.
the throttle
throttlelever
trigger
to the
2. Set
Set the
to the
“fast“fast
idle”:
idle”:
a. Squeeze the throttle lever toward
a.Squeeze the throttle trigger
the handgrip on the shaft tube.
toward the handgrip on the shaft
b.tube.
Depress and hold the throttle lock
button.
b.Depress and hold the throttle lock
c. button.
While depressing the throttle lock
button, release the throttle lever.
c.While depressing the throttle lock
3. Press
the release
primer bulb
until fuel
can
button,
the throttle
trigger.
be seen flowing in the transparent
3. Press
the primer bulb until fuel
return tube.
can be seen flowing in the transIMPORTANT!
parent return
tube.
5. While holding the outer tube firmly
with left hand. Use your other hand
to slowly pull the recoil starter handle
until resistance is felt, then pull quickly
12 to start the engine.
CAUTION!
Return Tube
ON
Throttle
Throttle trigger
lever
Throttle
interlock
Pressprimer
primer bulb...
Press
bulb...
Slide ignition to ON
Hold
Hold
the
theunit
unit
firmly...
¿UPO\
Close
Close
choke
choke
The primer system only pushes fuel
through theIMPORTANT!
carburetor. Repeatedly pressing
the
primer
bulb will
flood the
The primer system
onlynot
pushes
fuel
engine with
fuel.
through
the carburetor.
Repeatedly
pressing the primer bulb will not flood
4. Set the choke lever to the CLOSED
the position
engine with
fuel.
if engine is cold.
Primer
Bulb Bulb
Primer
...and pull recoil
Set the choke lever to the CLOSED position
Set the choke lever to the CLOSED position
6. When the engine starts, slowly move
the choke lever to the “OPEN” position. (If the engine stops after the initial
start, close the choke and restart.)
7. Operating the throttle will automatically
disengage the fast idle setting.
IMPORTANT!
...and
recoil
starterpull
handle
starter
handle
upward
upward
Make sure the
Make sureisthe
attachment
clear
attachment
is clear
of obstructions!
of obstructions!
Open
NOTE
After engine starts, move choke to OPEN
position
Starting the Engine (continued)
2. Slide the ignition switch to the “O”
(STOP) position.
the cutting attachment move faster;
3. Open
the choke
and fully
depress
the
releasing
the throttle
permits
the attachthrottle
yourIfleft
then
ment tolever
stop with
moving.
thehand,
cutting
pull
the starter
handle rapidly
your
attachment
continues
to movewith
when
right
hand toreturns
clear excess
from the
the engine
to idle,fuel
carburecombustion
chamber.
tor idle speed
should be adjusted (see
“Adjusting
Idle.”)
4. Replace
theEngine
spark plug
and tighten it
firmly
with
the
spark
plug
wrench. If a
Ŷ If the spark plug is fouled or
1. Slide the ignition switch to the “I” (ON) position.
torque
wrench
is
available,
torque the
soaked with fuel, clean the plug as
sparkfrom
plugthe
to the
values recommended
2. Open the choke, put the throttle trigger in thenecessary.
full throttle position, then clear excess fuel
combustion
chamber by
in the “Specifications” section.
cranking the engine several times.
6. If th
the
end
Idle Speed Adjustment
Starting A Flooded Engine
5. Rep
war
1. Place the unit on the ground, then start
the engine, and then allow it to idle 2-3
minutes until warm.
1.
the spark
plug lead
■■Disconnect
After the engine
is warm,
pickand
upuse
the
spark
plug
wrench
to
remove
the
the unit and clip on the shoulder
spark plug (turn counter clockwise to
strap, if so equipped.
remove).
■■Squeezing the throttle trigger makes
2. If the attachment rotates when the
engine is at idle, reduce the idle speed
by turning the idle adjustment screw
counter-clockwise.
Starting A Flooded Engine
3. If a tachometer is available, adjust idle.
Check Specifications page for correct
idle speed
Idle Adjusting
Screw
engine to warm up at idle 2 or 3
minutes before operating the unit.
IMPORTANT!
If the engine fails to start after several
attempts with the choke in the closed
position, the engine may be flooded
with fuel. If flooding is suspected,
refer to the ”Starting a Flooded
Engine” section of this manual.
Open
Carburetor fuel mixture adjustments are
preset at factory and cannot be serviced
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■■After the engine starts, allow the
NEVER operate a unit with worn or damaged fasteners or attachment holders.
When the Engine Starts...
WARNING!
Do not pull the recoil starter to the
end of the rope travel. Pulling the
recoil starter to the end of the rope
travel can damage the starter.
6. When the engine starts, slowly
move the choke lever to the
“OPEN” position. (If the engine
stops after the initial start, close the
choke and restart.)
7. Operating the throttle trigger will
automatically disengage the fast
idle setting.
ALWAYS make sure the cutting attachment fits properly into the appropriate
attachment holder. If a properly installed
attachment vibrates, replace the attachment with new one and re-check.
CAUTION!
A cutting attachment shield or
other protective device is no guarantee
of protection against ricochet. YOU
MUST ALWAYS GUARD AGAINST
FLYING DEBRIS!
4. Set the choke lever to the CLOSED
position if engine is cold.
5. While holding the outer tube firmly
with left hand. Use your other hand
to slowly pull the recoil starter handle until resistance is felt, then pull
quickly to start the engine.
ALWAYS stop the engine immediately
and check for damage if you strike a
foreign object or if the unit becomes
tangled. Do not operate with broken or
Starting the Engine (continued)
3. If the engine still fails to start or fire, refer to the troubleshooting flow chart at the end of this manual.
Stopping the Engine
Stopping the Engine
Idle the engine briefly before stopping
Ignition
switch
(about
2 minutes),
then
slide
the
ignition
Idle the engine briefly before stopping (about
2 minutes),
then
slide
the
ignition
switch to the “O” (Engine OFF) position. switch to the “O” (Engine OFF) position.
OFF
OFF
Ignition
switch
WARNING!
ALWAYS stop the engine immediately
attachment
musta
and checkThe
forcutting
damage
if you strike
NEVERobject
rotate or
at if
engine
idle!becomes
If the
foreign
the unit
idle speed
be adjusted
by
tangled.
Docannot
not operate
with broken
the
procedure
described
here,
return
or damaged equipment.
the unit to your Shindaiwa dealer for
NEVER
allow the engine to run at high
inspection.
RPM without a load. Doing so could
damage the engine.
WARNING!
2. If the attachment rotates when the
attachment
shield
engine A
is cutting
at idle, reduce
the idle
speed
or
protective
device is no
byother
turning
the idle adjustment
screw
guarantee
of protection against ricocounter-clockwise.
YOU MUST
ALWAYS adjust
GUARD
3. chet.
If a tachometer
is available,
idle.
AGAINST
FLYING
DEBRIS!
Check Specifications page for correct
idle speed
NOTE
Carburetor fuel mixture adjustments are
preset at factory and cannot be serviced
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Checking Unit Condition
NEVER operate the unit with the cutting attachment shield or other protec-
ued)
NEVER use a cracked or warped cutting attachment: replace it with a serviceable one.
re-check.
minutes until warm.
5. Repeat the starting procedure for a
warm engine.
ALWAYS make sure the cutting attachment is properly installed and firmly
tightened before operation.
Idle
Speed
Adjustment
NEVER
operate
a unit with worn or
damaged
fasteners
or ground,
attachment
1. Place the unit on the
then start
holders.
the engine, and then allow it to idle 2-3
6. If the engine still fails to start, refer to
the troubleshooting section near the
end of this manual.
Use only authorized Shindaiwa parts
and accessories with your Shindaiwa
trimmer. Do not make modifications to
this unit without written approval from
Shindaiwa.
ALWAYS
sure the
attachThe
enginemake
must return
to cutting
idle speed
ment fits properly
intolever
the is
appropriwhenever
the throttle
released.
Idle
speed is adjustable,
be set
ate attachment
holder. and
If a must
properly
low
enough
to permit the
enginereplace
clutch to
installed
attachment
vibrates,
disengage
the cutting
attachment.
the attachment
with new
one and
3. Open the choke and fully depress the
throttle lever with your left hand, then
pull the starter handle rapidly with your
right hand to clear excess fuel from the
combustion chamber.
NEVER operate the unit with the cutting attachment shield or other protective devices removed!
4. Replace the spark plug and tighten it
firmly with the spark plug wrench. If a
torque wrench is available, torque the
spark plug to the values recommended
in the “Specifications” section.
Checking Unit Condition Adjusting Engine Idle
ALWAYS make sure the cutting attachment fits properly into the appropriate
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NEVE
aged fa
Operation
Shoulder strap
WARNING!
Always wear a shoulder
strap or harness when operating
this unit. Using a harness with a
brushcutter allows you to maintain proper control of the unit and
reduces fatigue during extended
operation.
1. Hook the strap hook to the hanger
on the outer tube.
2. Wear the shoulder strap so that the
hook stays at your right hand side.
3. Adjust the length of the shoulder
strap so that you can hold and operate the machine comfortably.
IMPORTANT!
Adjust the shoulder strap so the
shoulder pad rests comfortably on the
off-side shoulder and the cutting path
of the cutting attachment is parallel to
the ground. Make sure all hooks and
adjustment devices are secure.
Shoulder strap
required for use
with Brushcutters
NOTE:
Using a shoulder strap when operating this unit with a blade allows you
to maintain proper control of the unit
and reduces fatigue during extended
operation.
Cutting grass with a trimmer head
Your Shindaiwa unit may be equipped
with one of several Shindaiwa trimmer
head models, each with features for
specific applications and/or operational
requirements.
NOTE:
For proper operation, always refer to
the instructions accompanying the trimmer head being used.
Trimmer head styles:
Semi-automatic. Trimmer line is
indexed when the operator taps the
trimmer head on the ground during
operation.
NOTE:
Additional hardware may be required to
mount the Fixed Line or the Flail type
trimmer heads.
Manual. The operator indexes line
manually with the grass trimmer
stopped.
Fixed. The operator must stop the
unit and add new lengths of trimmer line manually.
Flail. This device, designed for
clearing weeds and light brush, features three nylon blades attached to
the head by pivots.
Engine Operating Speeds
Operate at full throttle while cutting
grass.
CAUTION!
Operation at low rpm can lead to
premature clutch failure.
Cut from left to right
CAUTION!
Use only flexible, nonmetallic line
recommended by the manufacturer.
Never use, for example, wire or
wire-rope, which can break off and
become a dangerous projectile.
Return
Cut
Trimming and Mowing Grass
Hold the grass trimmer so the trimmer
head is angled slightly into the area to be
cut. To ensure maximum trimmer-line service life, cut only with the tip of the trimmer line. Cut grass by swinging the unit's
trimmer head from left to right. Keep the
trimmer head horizontal.
CAUTION!
Do not push the rotating line into
trees, wire fences or any material
that could tangle or break line ends.
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WARNING!
Remove all objects such
as rocks, broken glass, nails, wire,
or string, which can be thrown or
become entangled in the cutting
attachment.
CAUTION!
■■ Operation of trimmer without a cut-
ting attachment shield and using
excessive line length can lead to
premature clutch failure.
■■Operation at low rpm can lead to
premature clutch failure.
Using a blade
WARNING!
■■Never use a blade for purposes
■■A blade-equipped unit must be
Blade Thrust
Brushcutter Handlebar
“Blade thrust” is a sudden sideways or
backward motion of the brushcutter.
Such motion may occur when the blade
jams or catches on an object such
as a sapling tree or tree stump. BE
CONSTANTLY ALERT FOR BLADE
THRUST AND GUARD AGAINST ITS
EFFECTS!
A brushcutter handlebar or barrier bar
helps prevent the operator from moving forward, or the unit moving rearward, thus preventing inadvertent
bodily contact with the blade. ALWAYS
KEEP THE HANDLEBAR OR BARRIER BAR SECURELY IN PLACE ON
THE UNIT!
Engine Operating Speeds
■■Before working with a blade-
equipped unit, always inspect and
clear the area of objects that could
interfere with or damage the blade.
■■Never use a blade near sidewalks,
fence posts, buildings or other
objects that could cause injury or
damage.
WARNING!
Blade thrust can occur without warning if the blade snags,
stalls or binds.
WARNING!
Blade thrust is more likely to
occur in areas where it is difficult to
see the material being cut.
other than those for which it was
designed.
■■Whenever you strike a hard object
with a blade, always stop the
brushcutter and carefully inspect
the blade for damage. NEVER
OPERATE THE BRUSHCUTTER
WITH A DAMAGED BLADE!
Brushcutter Shoulder Strap
A shoulder strap provides additional protection against blade thrust. In addition,
a shoulder strap gives significant support
and comfort to help ensure safe and efficient operation. When operating a unit
with a blade, make sure both the handle
and shoulder strap are adjusted to the
size of the operator using the unit.
equipped with a bicycle-type
handlebar or barrier bar as well
as a harness or shoulder strap.
■■Always make sure the cutting
attachment shield is properly
installed before operating this
unit.
Operate the unit at full throttle while cutting. Best fuel efficiency is obtained by
releasing the throttle when swinging
back after a cut.
■■To prevent possible engine damage,
do not allow the brushcutter to run
at high speeds without a load.
■■Avoid operating the engine at low
speeds. Doing so can lead to rapid
clutch wear. In addition, slow-speed
operation tends to cause grass and
debris to wrap around the cutting
head.
Using a blade
The blade rotates counter-clockwise. For best performance and to minimize
being stuck by debris, move the blade from right to left while advancing on your
work. Position the blade so cuts are made between the blade’s 8 o’clock and 10
o’clock positions (as viewed from above). DO NOT cut between the 10 o’clock
and 5 o’clock positions.
Ten
O'clock
NO
OK To Cut
T C UT
Blade
Rotation
WARNING!
When cutting wood with a blade, feed the blade slowly—never strike
or “slam” a spinning blade against the wood.
DO
Eight
O'clock
WARNING!
DO NOT use 2-tooth or non-Shindaiwa approved 4-tooth cutting
blades with Shindaiwa trimmers and brushcutters.
Five
O'clock
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Maintenance
General maintenancel
WARNING!
IMPORTANT!
MAINTENANCE, REPLACEMENT
OR REPAIR OF EMISSION CONTROL DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
MAY BE PERFORMED BY ANY
REPAIR ESTABLISHMENT OR INDIVIDUAL; HOWEVER, WARRANTY
REPAIRS MUST BE PERFORMED
BY A DEALER OR SERVICE CENTER AUTHORIZED BY ECHO, INC.
THE USE OF PARTS THAT ARE NOT
EQUIVALENT IN PERFORMANCE
AND DURABILITY TO AUTHORIZED
PARTS MAY IMPAIR THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE EMISSION CONTROL
SYSTEM AND MAY HAVE A BEARING
ON THE OUTCOME OF A WARRANTY
CLAIM.
NOTE:
Using non-standard replacement
parts could invalidate your Shindaiwa
warranty.
WARNING!
Before performing any
maintenance, repair, or cleaning
work on the unit, make sure the
engine and cutting attachment are
completely stopped. Disconnect
the spark plug wire before performing service or maintenance.
Non-standard accessories,
cutting attachment, or replacement
parts may not operate properly with
your unit and may cause damage
and lead to personal injury.
Air Filter
Muffler
This unit must never be operated with
a faulty or missing spark arrester or
muffler. Make sure the muffler is well
secured and in good condition. A worn
or damaged muffler is a fire hazard
and may also cause hearing loss.
Spark Plug
Keep the spark plug and wire connections tight and clean.
Fasteners
Make sure nuts, bolts, and screws
(except carburetor adjusting screws)
are tight.
The H4 engine that powers your
Shindaiwa model is a hybrid 4-stroke
engine. As a hybrid, the engine is lubricated by oil mixed with the gasoline
and air from the carburetor that moves
through and around the internal parts
of the engine in a similar way that a
2-stroke engine is lubricated. Without the
heavy duty 2-stage air filter equipped on
all H4 engines, dust and dirt could also
move through the engine, decreasing
engine life, increasing valve wear and
the need for more frequent valve adjustments. To keep your H4 engine strong
and reliable, Shindaiwa recommends
that you check and service the air filter as instructed in the 10-Hour Maintenance section that follows.
Daily maintenance
Prior to each work day, perform the
following:
■■Remove all dirt and debris from the
engine, check the cooling fins and
air cleaner for clogging, and clean
as necessary.
Cooling
fins
Cooling
fins
■■Carefully remove any accumulations
Air
intake
of dirt or debris from the muffler and
fuel tank. Check cooling air intake
area at base of crankcase. Remove
all debris. Dirt build-up in these
areas can lead to engine overheating, fire, or premature wear.
WARNING!
Always wear gloves
when working around the cutter
assembly.
■■Clean any debris or dirt from the
cutting attachment.
■■Check for loose or missing screws
or components. Make sure the cutter attachment is securely fastened.
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Remove all dirt and debris from the engine and check the cooling fins
■■Check the entire unit for leaking fuel
or grease.
■■Make sure nuts, bolts, and screws
(except carburetor idle speed
adjusting screws) are tight.
Maintenance (continued)
10-Hour maintenance
(more frequently in dusty
conditions)
1. Remove the air filter cover by loosening the cover screw(s) and lifting.
2. Remove and inspect the pre-filter.
If the pre-filter is torn or otherwise
damaged, replace it with a new
one.
3. Clean the pre-filter with soap and
water. Let dry before reinstalling.
4. Inspect the air filter element. If the
element is damaged or distorted,
replace it with a new one.
5. Tap filter gently on a hard surface to
dislodge debris from element or use
compressed air from the inside to blow
debris out and away from the air filter
element.
6. Install the air filter element, pre-filter
and cover in the reverse order of
removal.
Loosen
fasteners
Prefilter
Filter element
Remove the cover of the air filter
IMPORTANT!
Direct the air stream at the inside face
of the filter only!
Components of air filter
CAUTION!
Never operate the unit if the air
cleaner assembly is damaged or
missing!
10/15-Hour maintenance
Remove and clean or replace the
spark plug.
Clean the spark
plug and check
the gap at the
electrode.
■■Clean the spark plug. Adjust elec-
trode gap according to the values
listed in the ”Specifications” section. If
the spark plug must be replaced, use
only the type recommended in ”Specifications” or equivalent resistor type
spark plug of the correct heat range.
0,6 mm
(0.024 in)
CAUTION!
Before removing the spark plug,
clean the area around the plug to
prevent dirt and debris from getting
into the engine’s internal parts.
Remove and inspect spark plug
50-hour maintenance
Gearcase lubrication
A
1. Clean all loose debris from gear box.
spark plug gap-
2. Remove plug (A) and check level of grease. Grease should fill gear case
to bottom of grease plug hole.
3. Add grease if necessary using manual grease gun or squeeze-type tube.
Do not use high pressure grease gun. DO NOT over-fill.
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Maintenance (continued)
50-hour maintenance
Remove and replace the fuel filter
element.
■■Use a hooked wire to extract the fuel
filter from inside the fuel tank. Inspect
the fuel filter element. If it shows signs
of contamination, replace with a genuine Shindaiwa replacement fuel filter
element.
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.
Hooked wire
■■Before reinstalling the new filter ele-
ment, inspect the condition of all the
fuel system components (fuel pickup line, fuel return line, tank vent
line, tank vent, fuel cap and fuel
tank). If damage, splitting or deterioration is noted, the unit should
be removed from service until it can
be inspected or repaired by a Shindaiwa-trained service technician.
Fuel filter element
135-Hour Maintenance
■■Combustion chamber should be decarbonized, and the valve clearance should be adjusted. It is highly recommended
that this is done by a Shindaiwa-trained service technician.
■■Replace the spark plug annually: Use only the type recommended in the ”Specifications” section or an equivalent
tor type spark plug of the correct heat range. Set spark plug electrode gap to 0.6 mm (0.024 in).
IMPORTANT!
The valve clearance should be adjusted. It is highly recommended that this is
done by a Shindaiwa-trained service technician.
Valve Adjustment
4. Turn adjustment screw (clockwise =
1. Remove cylinder cover, rocker arm
tighter, counter-clockwise = looser)
cover, and spark plug. Rotate the
until feeler gauge is almost snug.
crankshaft while observing the piston
Back off just enough to allow gauge
through the spark plug opening. When
to slip out with limited resistance.
the piston is at the top of the compres- 5. While holding the adjustment
sion stroke (TDC), the valves can be
screw in place with the Allen driver,
adjusted.
tighten the locknut with a wrench.
6.
Turn
engine over several times, and
CAUTION!
returnthe to TDC-compression.
■■Performing a valve adjustment
Recheck with proper feeler gauge
incorrectly may cause hard
to make sure clearance adjuststarting and/or can damage the
ment did not change as a result of
engine.
tightening the locknut. Readjust as
necessary.
■■If you are unfamiliar with this
engine or uncomfortable with
7. Replace rocker arm cover gasket
this procedure, consult with an
to assure proper sealing and install
authorized Shindaiwa servicing
cover.
dealer.
IMPORTANT!
2. Loosen adjuster locknut so that the
If
a
new
gasket
is not available and/
2.5 mm Allen socket head adjustor
the
old
gasket
is not damaged, the
ment screw can turn freely.
old gasket may be reused. Never use
3. Insert 0.10 mm feeler gauge
cracked or damaged gaskets!
between valve stem tip and rocker
arm.
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resis-
Maintenance (continued)
Muffler and spark arrester maintenance
If the engine becomes sluggish and low
on power, check and clean the spark
arrester screen.
WARNING!
Never operate the unit with a
damage or missing muffler or spark
arrester! Operating with a missing or
damaged spark arrester is a fire hazard
and could also damage your hearing.
Engine Cover
Engine
Cover
Screws
1. With a 3 mm hex wrench remove the
engine cover screws and the engine
cover.
Muffler
Muffler Gasket
2. With a 4 mm hex wrench, remove the
3 muffler bolts and the muffler.
3. With a small flat bladed screwdriver
remove the 2 screws holding the
spark arrester screen and cover to the
muffler.
4. Remove the screen and clean it with a
stiff bristle brush.
5. Inspect the cylinder exhaust port for
any carbon buildup.
6. Reassemble the spark arrester, muffler and engine cover in the reverse
order of disassembly.
IMPORTANT!
Muffler Bolts
Spark Arrester Screen
Spark Arrester Cover
Cover Screws
If you note excessive carbon buildup,
consult with an authorized servicing
dealer.
Carburetor Adjustment
Engine Break-In
New engines must be operated a minimum duration of two tanks of fuel break-in before carburetor adjustments can be
made. During the break-in period your engine performance will increase and exhaust emissions will stabilize. Idle speed can
be adjusted as required.
High Altitude Operation
This engine has been factory adjusted to maintain satisfactory starting, emission, and durability performance up to
1,100 feet above sea level (ASL) (96.0 kPa). To maintain proper engine operation and emission compliance above
1,100 feet ASL the carburetor may need to be adjusted by an authorized Shindaiwa service dealer.
IMPORTANT!!
If the engine is adjusted for operation above 1,100 feet ASL, the carburetor
must be re-adjusted when operating the engine below 1,100 feet ASL, otherwise severe engine damage may result.
NOTE:
Every unit is run at the factory and the carburetor is set in compliance with
emission regulations. Carburetor adjustments, other than idle speed, must be
performed by an authorized Shindaiwa dealer..
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Maintenance (continued)
Adjusting Engine Idle
Idle Speed Adjustment
The engine must return to idle speed
whenever the throttle lever is released.
Idle speed is adjustable, and must
be set low enough to permit the
engine clutch to disengage the cutting
attachment.
1. Place the unit on the ground, then
start the engine, and then allow it to
idle 2-3 minutes until warm.
2. If the attachment rotates when the
engine is at idle, reduce the idle
speed by turning the idle adjustment
screw counter-clockwise.
3. If a tachometer is available, adjust
idle. Check Specifications page for
correct idle speed
WARNING!
The cutting attachment
must NEVER rotate at engine idle!
If the idle speed cannot be adjusted
by the procedure described here,
return the unit to your Shindaiwa
dealer for inspection.
NOTE
Carburetor fuel mixture adjustments
are preset at factory and cannot be
serviced in the field.
Blade Sharpening
WARNING!
Wear protective gloves
when handling or performing maintenance on the blade.
Idle
Ajustment
Screw
Multiple-tooth Circular Blade
Multiple-tooth Circular Blade
Use a round file to maintain a radius of
0.04 to 1 to 1.5 mm (0.06”) at the base
of each tooth. Cutting edges must be
offset equally on each side.
Round
File
When the cutting edges of the blade
become dull, they can be resharpened
with a few strokes of a file.
In order to keep the blade in balance,
all cutting edges must be sharpened
equally.
Maintain a radius of 0.04 to 1 to 1.5 mm
(0.06”) at the base of each tooth. Cutting
edges must be offset equally on each side
WARNING!
Sharpen only the cutting
teeth of a blade. DO NOT alter the
contour of the blade in any way.
Loading Trimmer Line
1. Cut one piece of line to recommended length.
2. Align arrows on top of knob with openings in eyelets.
3. Insert one end of trimmer line into an eyelet, and
push line equal distance through trimmer head.
4. Hold trimmer head while turning knob clockwise to
wind line onto spool until about 5” (13 cm) of each
line remains exposed.
Trimmer head is now fully loaded and ready for
operation.
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1
2
.080 (2.0 mm) dia. - 20’ (6 m)
.095 (2.4 mm) dia. - 14’ (4 m)
.105 (2.7 mm) dia. - 10’ (3 m)
3
4
Long Term Storage
Whenever the unit will not be used for 30 days or longer, use the following procedures to prepare it for storage:
■■Clean external parts thoroughly.
■■Drain all the fuel from the fuel tank.
IMPORTANT!
Stored fuel ages. Do not mix more fuel than you expect to use in thirty (30) days, ninety (90) days when a fuel stabilizer is
added.
CAUTION!
Gasoline stored in the carburetor for extended periods can cause hard starting and could also lead to increased service and maintenance cost.
■■Remove the remaining fuel from the fuel lines and carburetor.
1. Prime the primer bulb until no more fuel is passing through.
2. Start and run the engine until it stops running.
3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 until the engine will no longer start.
■■Remove the spark plug and pour about 1/4 ounce of 2-cycle mixing oil into the cylinder through the spark plug hole.
Slowly pull the recoil starter 2 or 3 times so oil will evenly coat the interior of the engine. Reinstall the spark plug.
■■Before storing the unit, repair or replace any worn or damaged parts.
■■Remove the air cleaner element from the carburetor and clean it thoroughly with soap and water. Let dry and reassemble
the element.
■■Store the unit in a clean, dust-free area.
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Troubleshooting Guide
ENGINE DOES NOT START OR HARD TO START
Remedy
Possible Cause
What To Check
Vaporlock.
Valve adjustment.
Engine hot/heat soaked.
Let cool completely and restart.
Low fuel quality.
Refill with fresh, clean unleaded gasoline with a pump octane
of 89 or higher mixed with an air cooled engine oil that
meets or exceeds ISO-L-EGD and/or JASO FD classified oils
at 50:1 gasoline/oil ratio.
Valve clearance too tight.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa
servicing dealer. Adjust valves.
Valve clearance too loose.
ENGINE DOES NOT START
What To Check
Does the engine crank?
Possible Cause
NO
Internal damage.
NO
YES
Does the tank contain fresh
fuel of the proper grade?
Remedy
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa servicing dealer.
Fluid in the crankcase.
YES
Good compression?
Faulty recoil starter.
NO
Loose spark plug.
Tighten and re-test.
Excess wear on cylinder,
piston, rings.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa
servicing dealer.
Fuel incorrect, stale, or
contaminated; mixture incorrect.
Refill with fresh, clean unleaded gasoline with a pump octane
of 89 or higher mixed with an air cooled engine oil that
meets or exceeds ISO-L-EGD and/or JASO FD classified oils
at 50:1 gasoline/oil ratio.
Check for clogged fuel filter
and/or vent.
Replace fuel filter or vent as required.
Re-start.
Priming pump not functioning properly.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa
servicing dealer.
The ignition switch is in
“O” (OFF) position.
Move switch to “I” (ON) position
and re-start.
Shorted ignition ground.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa
servicing dealer.
YES
Is fuel visible and moving
in the return line when
priming?
NO
YES
Is there spark at the spark
plug wire terminal?
YES
Check the spark plug.
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NO
Faulty ignition unit.
If the plug is wet, excess
fuel may be in the cylinder.
See "Starting a Flooded Engine"
The plug is fouled or improperly
gapped.
Clean and gap the spark plug. Check the Specifications
section for the correct plug and gap for your unit. Restart.
The plug is damaged internally
or of the wrong size.
Replace the spark plug. Check the Specifications section for
the correct plug and gap for your unit. Restart.
Troubleshooting Guide (continued)
LOW POWER OUTPUT
What To Check
Is the engine overheating?
Engine is rough at all
speeds. May also have
black smoke and/or
unburned fuel at the
exhaust.
Possible Cause
Remedy
Operator is overworking the unit.
Use a lower throttle setting.
Carburetor mixture is too lean.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa
servicing dealer.
Improper fuel ratio.
Refill with fresh, clean unleaded gasoline with a pump octane
of 89 or higher mixed with an air cooled engine oil that meets
or exceeds ISO-L-EGD and/or JASO FD classified oils at 50:1
gasoline/oil ratio.
Fan, fan cover, cylinder fins dirty
or damaged.
Clean, repair or replace as necessary.
Carbon deposits on the piston or
in the muffler.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa
servicing dealer.
Clogged air cleaner element.
Service the air cleaner element.
Loose or damaged spark plug.
Tighten or replace the spark plug.
Check the Specifications section for the correct plug and gap
for your unit.
Air leakage or clogged fuel line.
Repair or replace fuel filter and/or
fuel line.
Water in the fuel.
Refill with fresh, clean unleaded gasoline with a pump octane
of 89 or higher mixed with an air cooled engine oil that meets
or exceeds ISO-L-EGD and/or JASO FD classified oils at 50:1
gasoline/oil ratio.
Piston seizure.
Faulty carburetor and/or diaphragm.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa servicing dealer.
Overheating condition.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa
servicing dealer.
Improper fuel.
Refill with fresh, clean unleaded gasoline with a pump octane
of 89 or higher mixed with an air cooled engine oil that meets
or exceeds ISO-L-EGD and/or JASO FD classified oils at 50:1
gasoline/oil ratio.
Carbon deposits in the
combustion chamber.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa
servicing dealer.
Engine is knocking.
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Troubleshooting Guide (continued)
ADDITIONAL PROBLEMS
Symptom
Poor acceleration.
Engine stops abruptly.
Possible Cause
Clogged air filter.
Clean the air filter.
Clogged fuel filter.
Replace the fuel filter.
Lean fuel/air mixture.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa
servicing dealer.
Idle speed set too low.
Adjust idle. Check Specifications page for correct idle speed.
Ignition switch turned off.
Reset the switch and re-start.
Fuel tank empty.
Refill with fresh, clean unleaded gasoline with a pump octane
of 89 or higher mixed with an air cooled engine oil that
meets or exceeds ISO-L-EGD and/or JASO FD classified oils
at 50:1 gasoline/oil ratio.
Water in the fuel.
Engine difficult to shut off.
Top of engine is getting
dirty and oily.
Engine will not idle
down.
Cutting attachment
moves at engine idle.
Clogged fuel filter.
Replace fuel filter.
Shorted spark plug or loose terminal.
Clean or replace spark plug. Check the Specifications section
for the correct plug and gap for your unit. Tighten
the terminal.
Ignition failure.
Replace the ignition unit.
Piston seizure.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa
servicing dealer.
Ground (stop) wire is disconnected,
or switch is defective.
Test and replace as required.
Overheating due to incorrect spark plug.
Replace the spark plug. Check the Specifications section for
the correct plug and gap for your unit. Restart.
Overheated engine.
Idle engine until cool.
Valve cover is leaking.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa
servicing dealer.
Idle set too high.
Adjust idle. Check Specifications page for correct
idle speed.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa servicing
dealer.
Engine has an air leak.
Engine idle too high.
Adjust idle. Check Specifications page for correct idle
speed.
Broken clutch spring or worn clutch
spring boss.
Replace spring/shoes as required, check idle speed.
Loose attachment holder.
Excessive vibration.
Warped or damaged attachment.
Loose gearcase.
Cutting attachment will not
move.
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Remedy
Inspect and re-tighten holders securely.
Inspect and replace attachment as
required.
Tighten gearcase securely.
Bent main shaft/worn or damaged bushings.
Inspect and replace as necessary.
Shaft not installed in powerhead or gearcase.
Inspect and reinstall as required.
Broken shaft.
Consult with an authorized Shindaiwa servicing
dealer.
Damaged gearcase.
SHINDAIWA LIMITED WARRANTY STATEMENT FOR
PRODUCT SOLD IN USA AND CANADA BEGINNING 01/01/2010
ECHO, INC’S RESPONSIBILITY
ECHO Incorporated’s (ECHO, INC.) Limited Warranty, provides to the original purchaser that this Shindaiwa product is free from
defects in material and workmanship. Under normal use and maintenance from date of purchase, ECHO, INC. agrees to repair
or replace at it’s discretion, any defective product free of charge at any authorized Shindaiwa servicing dealer within listed below
application time periods, limitations and exclusions. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS ONLY APPLICABLE TO SHINDAIWA PRODUCTS SOLD BY AUTHORIZED SHINDAIWA DEALERS. IT IS EXTENDED TO THE ORIGINAL PURCHASER ONLY, AND IS
NOT TRANSFERABLE TO SUBSEQUENT OWNERS EXCEPT FOR EMISSION RELATED PARTS. Repair parts and accessories replaced under this warranty are warranted only for the balance of the original unit or accessory warranty period. Any damage caused by improper installation or improper maintenance is not covered by this warranty. All parts or products replaced under
warranty become the property of ECHO, INC. This warranty is separate from the Emission control warranty statement supplied with
your new product. Please consult the Emission Control Warranty Statement for details regarding emission related parts. For a list
of Authorized Shindaiwa Dealers refer to WWW.SHINDAIWA.COM or call 1-877-986-7783.
OWNER’S RESPONSIBILITY
To ensure trouble free warranty coverage it is important that you register your Shindaiwa equipment on-line at WWW.SHINDAIWA.
COM or by filling out the warranty registration card supplied with your unit. Registering your product confirms your warranty coverage and provides a direct link if we find it necessary to contact you.
The owner shall demonstrate reasonable care and use, and follow preventative maintenance, storage, fuel and oil usage as prescribed in the operator’s manual. Should a product difficulty occur, you must, at your expense, deliver or ship your Shindaiwa unit
to an authorized Shindaiwa servicing dealer for warranty repairs (within the applicable warranty period), and arrange for pick-up
or return of your unit after the repairs have been made. For your nearest authorized Shindaiwa servicing dealer, call Shindaiwa’s
Dealer Referral Center, at 1-877-986-7783 or you can locate a Shindaiwa servicing dealer at WWW.SHINDAIWA.COM. Should you
require assistance or have questions concerning Shindaiwa’s Warranty Statement, you can contact our Consumer Product Support
Department at 1-800-673-1558 or contact us through the web at WWW.SHINDAIWA.COM.
PRODUCT WARRANTY PERIOD
RESIDENTIAL APPLICATION
• 2 YEAR WARRANTY - Units for residential, or non-income producing use will be covered by this limited warranty for
two (2) years from date of purchase.
EXCEPTIONS:
• For engine powered products, the electronic ignition module, flexible drive cable, and solid drive shaft are warranted for
the life* of the product on parts only.
• Cutting attachments such as, but not limited to, bars, chains, sprockets, tines, blades, PowerBroomTM, belts, and nylon
trimmer heads for residential or non-income producing use will be covered for failures due to defects in material or
workmanship for a period of 60 days from original product purchase date. Any misuse from contact with concrete,
rocks, or other structures is not covered by this warranty.
• Multipurpose Tool Attachments carry the same warranty duration as the units they are designed to fit.
COMMERCIAL APPLICATION
• 90 DAY WARRANTY - All Chain Saws and Cut-Off Saws for commercial, institutional, agricultural, industrial, or income producing use will be covered by this limited warranty for 90 Days from the date of purchase.
• 2 YEAR WARRANTY - Units for commercial, institutional, agricultural, industrial, or income producing use will be covered by
this limited warranty for two (2) years from the date of purchase.
EXCEPTIONS:
• For engine powered products, the electronic ignition module, flexible drive cables, and solid drive shafts are warranted
for the life* of the product on parts only.
• Cutting attachments such as, but not limited to, bars, chains, sprockets, tines, blades, PowerBroomTM, belts, and nylon
trimmer heads for commercial, institutional, agricultural, industrial, rental, or income producing will be covered for failures due to defects in material or workmanship for a period of 30 days from original product purchase date. Any misuse
from contact with concrete, rocks, or other structures is not covered by this warranty.
• Multipurpose Tool Attachments carry the same warranty duration as the units they are designed to fit.
RENTAL APPLICATION - 90 DAYS WARRANTY
• Units for rental use will be covered against defects in material and workmanship for a period of 90 days from the date of purchase.
*
ECHO INC’s liability under the “Lifetime” coverage is limited to furnishing parts specified under the PRODUCT Warranty
PERIOD section of this warranty statement for “Life” free of charge for a period of ten (10) years after the date of the complete
unit’s final production.
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PURCHASED REPAIR PARTS AND ACCESSORIES
• 90-day all applications
ATTENTION ENGINE POWERED PRODUCT OWNERS
This Shindaiwa engine powered product is a quality-engineered unit which has been manufactured to exact tolerances to provide
superior performance. To help ensure the performance of the unit, it is required to use engine oil which meets the ISO-L-EGD
Standard per ISO/CD 13738 and JASO M345/FD Standards. Shindaiwa Red ArmorTM and Shindaiwa OneTM are a premium engine
oil specifically formulated to meet ISO-L-EGD (ISO/CD 13738) and JASO M345/FD Standards. The use of engine oils designed
for other applications, such as for outboard motors or lawnmowers can result in severe engine damage, and will void your engine
limited warranty.
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER DAMAGE CAUSED BY:
• Lack of lubrication or engine failure, due to the use of engine oils that do not meet the ISO-L-EGD (ISO/CD 13738) and JASO
M345/FD Standards. Shindaiwa Red ArmorTM and Shindaiwa OneTM Engine Oil meets the ISO-L-EGD and JASO M345/FD
Standard. Emission related parts are covered for 2 years regardless of engine oil used, per the statement listed in the EPA or
California Emission Control Warranty Explanation.
• Damage caused by use of gasohol, containing methanol (wood alcohol), or gasoline containing less than 89 octane. Only use
gasoline which contains 89 octane or higher. Gasohol which contains a maximum 10% ethanol (grain alcohol) or 15% MTBE
(methyl/tertiary/butyl/ether) is also approved. The prescribed mixing ratio of gasoline to oil is listed on the Shindaiwa oil label and
covered in your operator’s manual.
• Engine damage caused by use of ether or any starting fluids.
• Damage caused by tampering with engine speed governor or emission components, or running engines above specified and
recommended engine speeds as listed in your operator’s manual.
• Operation of the unit with improperly maintained/removed cutting shield or removed/damaged air filter.
• Damage caused by dirt, pressure or steam cleaning the unit, salt water, corrosion, rust, varnish, abrasives, and moisture.
• Defects, malfunctions or failures resulting from abuse, misuse, neglect, modifications, alterations, normal wear, improper servicing, or use of unauthorized attachments.
• Incorrect storage procedures, stale fuel, including failure to provide or perform required maintenance services as prescribed in
the operator’s manual. Preventative maintenance as outlined in the operator’s manual is the customer’s responsibility.
• Failures due to improper set-up, pre-delivery service or repair service by anyone other than authorized Shindaiwa servicing
dealer during the warranty period.
• Certain parts and other items are not warranted, including but not limited to: lubricants, starter cords, and engine tune-ups.
• Use of spark plugs other than those meeting performance and durability requirements of the OEM spark plug listed in the Operator’s Manuals.
• Overheating or carbon scoring failures due to restricted, clogged exhaust port or combustion chamber, including damage to
spark arrester screen.
• Adjustments after the first (30) thirty days and beyond, such as carburetor adjustment and throttle cable adjustment.
• Damage to gears or gear cases caused by contaminated grease or oil, use of incorrect type or viscosity of lubricants, and/or
failure to comply with recommended grease or oil change intervals.
• Damage caused by pump or sprayer running dry, pumping or spraying caustic or flammable materials, or lack of or broken
strainers.
• Additional damage to parts or components due to continued use after operational problem or failure occurs. Should operational
problem or failure occur, the product should not be used, but delivered as is to an authorized Shindaiwa servicing dealer.
It is a dealer’s and/or customer’s responsibility to complete and return the warranty registration card supplied with your Shindaiwa
product or by visiting WWW.SHINDAIWA.COM. Your receipt of purchase including date, model and serial number must be maintained and presented to an authorized Shindaiwa servicing dealer for warranty service. Proof of purchase rests solely with the customer. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so you may also have other specific
legal rights which vary from state to state. This limited warranty is given by ECHO Incorporated, 400 Oakwood Rd., Lake Zurich, IL
60047.
DISCLAIMER OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES
This limited warranty is in lieu of all other expressed or implied warranties, including any warranty of FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE OR USE and any implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY otherwise applicable to this product. ECHO, INC. and
its affiliated companies shall not be liable for any special incidental or consequential damage, including lost profits. There are no
warranties extended other than as provided herein. This limited warranty may be modified only by ECHO, INC.
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ECHO INCORPORATED EMISSION CONTROL WARRANTY STATEMENT
FOR ECHO AND SHINDAIWA BRANDS
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the California Air Resources Board (C.A.R.B.) and ECHO Incorporated (ECHO Inc.) are pleased
to explain the emission control system warranty on your 2010 and later equipment/small off-road engine (SORE). New equipment/SORE must be
designed, built and equipped to meet stringent EPA and C.A.R.B. anti-smog standards. ECHO Inc. must warrant the emission control system on
your equipment/SORE for the periods of time listed below, provided there has been no abuse, neglect or improper maintenance of your equipment/
SORE. Your emission control system may include parts such as: carburetor, fuel-injection system, ignition system, catalytic converter/muffler, fuel
tank, fuel feed lines, fuel cap assembly, spark plug, air filters, and other associated components. Where a warrantable condition exists, ECHO
Inc will repair your equipment/SORE at no cost to you including diagnosis, parts and labor. The Emission Control System warranty is extended
to the original owner including all subsequent owners.
MANUFACTURER'S WARRANTY COVERAGE:
The emission control system is warranted for 2 years or the length of the ECHO Inc. warranty, whichever is longer. If any emission-related part
on your equipment is defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by ECHO Inc. or its Authorized Service Representative.
OWNER'S WARRANTY RESPONSIBILITIES:
As the equipment/SORE owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance listed in your Operator's Manual. ECHO
Inc. recommends that you retain all receipts covering maintenance on your equipment/SORE however, ECHO Inc. cannot deny warranty solely
for the lack of receipts or for your failure to ensure the performance of all scheduled maintenance. As the equipment/SORE owner, you should be
aware that ECHO Inc. may deny you warranty coverage if your equipment/SORE or a part has failed due to abuse, neglect, improper maintenance
or unapproved modifications.
You are responsible for presenting your equipment/SORE to an ECHO Inc. authorized service representative as soon as a problem exists. The
warranty repairs should be completed in a reasonable amount of time, not to exceed 30 days. If a warrantable condition exists and there is no
Authorized Dealer within 100 miles, ECHO Inc. will pay to ship the unit to the nearest authorized dealer. If you have questions regarding your
warranty coverage, you should contact ECHO Inc. at 1-800-673-1558, web site WWW.ECHO-USA.COM or contact Shindaiwa at 1-877-9867783, web site WWW.SHINDAIWA.COM.
WHAT DOES THIS WARRANTY COVER?
ECHO Inc. warrants that your equipment/SORE was designed, built and equipped to conform with applicable EPA and C.A.R.B. emissions
standards and that your equipment/SORE is free from defects in material and workmanship that would cause it to fail to conform with applicable
requirements for 2 years or the length of the ECHO Inc. warranty, whichever is longer. The warranty period begins on the date the product is
purchased by an end user.
HOW WILL A COVERED PART BE CORRECTED?
If there is a defect in a part covered by this warranty, any ECHO Inc. Authorized Service Dealer will correct the defect. You will not have to pay
anything to have the part adjusted, repaired or replaced. This includes any labor and diagnosis for warranted repairs performed by the dealer. In
addition, engine parts not expressly covered under this warranty but whose failure is a result of a failure of a covered part will be warranted.
WHAT PARTS ARE COVERED?
Any applicable emission related part not scheduled for "required maintenance" will be repaired or replaced within the warranty period. The repaired
or replaced part will be warranted for the remaining ECHO Inc. warranty period.
Any warranted part that is scheduled only for regular inspection in the written instructions supplied is warranted for the warranty period stated
above. Any such part repaired or replaced under warranty will be warranted for the remaining ECHO Inc. warranty period.
Any emission related part scheduled for replacement during "required maintenance" is warranted for the period of time prior to the first scheduled
replacement point for that part. Any such part repaired or replaced under warranty shall be warranted for the remainder of the period prior to the
first scheduled replacement point for that part.
Any manufacturer-approved replacement part may be used in the performance of any warranty maintenance or repairs on emission related parts,
and must be provided without charge if the part is still under warranty.
Any replacement part that is equivalent in performance and durability may be used in non-warranty maintenance or repairs, and shall not reduce
the warranty obligations of the manufacturer.
Throughout the equipment/SORE warranty period, ECHO Inc. will maintain a supply of warranted parts sufficient to meet the expected demand
for such parts.
SPECIFIC EMISSION RELATED WARRANTED PARTS:
• Electronic Ignition System
• Catalytic Converter / Muffler Assembly
• Choke
• Fuel Tank
• Air Filter
• Spark Plug
• Carburetor (complete assembly or replaceable components)
• Fuel-Injection Assembly (or replaceable components)
• Fuel Cap Assembly
• Fuel Feed Line (and associated clamps/connectors as applicable)
WHAT IS NOT COVERED?
Any failure caused by abuse, neglect, improper maintenance, unapproved modifications, use of unapproved add-on parts/modified parts or
unapproved accessories.
This Emission Control Warranty is valid only for the U.S.A., it's Territories, and Canada.
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Servicing Information
Parts/Serial Number
Genuine Shindaiwa Parts and Assemblies for your Shindaiwa products are available only from an Authorized
Shindaiwa Dealer. When you do need to buy parts always have the Model Number, Type and Serial Number of the
unit with you. You can find these numbers on the engine. For future reference, write them in the space provided
below.
Model No. _____________ SN. ______________
Service
Service of this product during the warranty period must be performed by an Authorized Shindaiwa Service Dealer.
For the name and address of the Authorized Shindaiwa Service Dealer nearest you, ask your retailer or call: 1-877986-7783. Dealer information is also available on WWW.SHINDAIWA.COM. When presenting your unit for Warranty
service/repairs, proof of purchase is required.
Consumer Product Support
If you require assistance or have questions concerning the application, operation or maintenance of this product you
may call the Shindaiwa Consumer Product Support Department at 1-877-986-7783 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (Central
Standard Time) Monday through Friday. Before calling, please know the model and serial number of your unit.
Warranty Registration
To ensure trouble free warranty coverage it is important that you register your Shindaiwa equipment by filling out the
warranty registration card supplied with your unit. Registering your product confirms your warranty coverage and provides a direct link if we find it necessary to contact you.
Additional or Replacement Manuals
Replacement Operator and Parts Catalogs are available from your Shindaiwa dealer or at WWW.SHINDAIWA.
COM or by contacting the Consumer Product Support Department (1-877-986-7783). Always check WWW.SHINDAIWA.COM for updated information.
ECHO Incorporated.
400 Oakwood Road
Lake Zurich, IL 60047-1564
U.S.A.
Telephone: 1-877-986-7783
Fax: 1-847-540-8416
www.shindaiwa.com
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