DS 2200 - DS 2400 (1.32 cu.in)
DS 2200 - DS 2400 (1.32 cu.in)
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OPERATOR’S INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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MANUEL D’UTILISATION ET D’ENTRETIEN
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MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
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INTRODUCTION
To correctly use the brush cutter and prevent
accidents, do not start work without having
first carefully read this manual. You will find
explanations concerning the operation of the
various parts plus instructions for necessary
checks and relative maintenance.
Note: Illustrations and specifications
in this manual may vary according to
Country requirements and are subject to
change without notice by the
manufacturer.
THE OPERATOR’S MANUAL
Your operator’s manual is for your protection.
READ IT. Keep it in a safe place for reference.
Know what you are doing before you begin
assembly of the unit. Proper preparation and
upkeep go hand-in-hand with satisfactory
performance of the brush cutter and safety.
Contact your dealer or the distributor for your
area if you do not understand any of the
instructions in this manual.
In addition to the operating instructions, this
manual contain paragraphs that require your
special attention.
Such paragraphs are marked with the
symbols described below:
Warning: where there is a risk of an accident
or personal injury or serious damage to
property.
Caution: where there is a risk of damaging
the machine or its individual components.
WARNING - To ensure safe and
correct operation of the brush
cutter, this operator’s manual
should always be kept with or
near the machine. Do not lend or
rent your brush cutter without the
operator’s instruction manual.
WARNING: Allow only persons
who understand this manual to
operate your brush cutter.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Brush Cutter Components . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SAFETY
Understanding Safety Symbols . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
State and Local Requirements . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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SAFETY RULES
Basic Safety Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuel Handling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Operation and Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Precautions Against Kickout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintain Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety Features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recommended Cutting Attachments . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Safety equipment checking. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Precautions to Reduce Vibration Risk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Maintenance Precautions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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ASSEMBLY
Loop handle (DS 2200 TR) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assembling the bike handle (DS 2200 T - DS 2400 T) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assembling the cutting attachment guard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Assembling the cutting attachment. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Approved power tool attachment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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OPERATION
Fueling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preparation for Cutting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starting the Engine. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Breaking-in the Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stopping the Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Working Techniques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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MAINTENANCE
Maintenance Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cutting Attachment Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Carburetor Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fuel Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Air Filter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Starter Unit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Engine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spark Plug . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Muffler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Spark Arresting Muffler. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bevel Gear . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Guard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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TROUBLESHOOTING
Using Troubleshooting Chart . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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STORAGE
Storing Brush cutter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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TECHNICAL DATA
DS 2200 - DS 2400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION
Brush Cutter Components (Fig. 1)
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Allen key
Combination Wrench
Locking Pin
Simple Harness (only T model)
Bevel Gear
Cutting Attachment Guard
Trimmer Head
Fuel Tank Cap
Purge Bulb
Carburetor Adjustment Screw
Muffler Cover
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Spark Plug
Air Filter Cover
Starter Handle
Choke Lever
Throttle Trigger Lockout
Switch
Throttle Trigger
Harness Attachment Point
Loop handle (TR)-(S) / Bike handle (T)
Shaft
SAFETY
Understanding Safety Symbols
- This symbol indicates Warning,
and Caution.
- Be aware that objects can be
thrown.
- Your manual contains special
messages to bring attention
to potential safety concerns,
machine damage as well as
helpful operating and servicing
information. PLEASE READ
ALL THE
INFORMATION
CAREFULLY TO AVOID INJURY
AND MACHINE DAMAGE.
- Keep bystanders away 50 ft (15
m).
- Wear eye, hearing and head
protection when operating this
equipment.
- Wear
non-slip,
heavy-duty
protective gloves when handling
the brush cutter and blades.
- Wear safety strong shoes or
boots having skid-proof sole and
anti-piercing insert.
- Do not use the brushcutter with
the wood cutting blade.
- On machines with a bent drive
shaft (TR) it is not possible to fit
blades, only line heads.
- WARNING – The surface can be
hot.
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SAFETY
State and Local Requirements
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The engine is NOT equipped with a
Spark Arrester System complying with
the requirements of SAE Recommended
Practice J335 and California Codes 4442
and 4443. All national forest land and
land managed by the states of California,
Maine, Washington, Idaho, Minnesota,
New Jersey and Oregon require internal
combustion engines to be equipped with
a spark arrester screen by law. Other
states and federal agencies are enacting
similar regulations.
Operating this engine in a state or locale
where such regulations apply, could result in
a violation of the law.
Note: When using a brush cutter for
logging purposes, refer to Code of Federal
Regulations, Parts 1910 and 1928.
WARNING: The ignition system
of your unit produces an
electromagnetic field of a very low
intensity. This field may interfere
with some pacemakers. To reduce
the risk of serious or fatal injury,
persons with pacemaker should
consult their physician and the
pacemaker manufacturer before
operating this tool.
WARNING:
Muffler
surfaces
are very hot during and after
operation of the brush cutter,
keep all body parts away from the
muffler. Serious burns may occur
if contact is made with the muffler.
WARNING: Exposure to vibrations
through prolonged use of gasoline
powered hand tools could cause
blood vessel or nerve damage
in the fingers, hands, and wrists
of people prone to circulation
disorders or abnormal swellings.
Prolonged use in cold weather
has been linked to blood vessel
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damage in otherwise healthy
people. If symptoms occur such as
numbness, pain, loss of strength,
change in skin colour or texture,
or loss of feeling in the fingers,
hands, or wrists, discontinue the
use of this tool and seek medical
attention.
WARNING: The engine exhaust
from this product contains
chemicals known to the State of
California to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive
harm.
Operate your brush cutter outdoors
only in a well ventilated area.
WARNING:
Under
no
circumstances may the design of
the machine be modified. Always
use genuine accessories. Nonauthorized modifications and/or
accessories can result in serious
personal injury or the death
of the operator or others. Your
warranty may not cover damage
or liability caused by the use of
non-authorized accessories or
replacement parts.
WARNING: A brush cutter or
trimmer can be dangerous if used
incorrectly or carelessly, and can
cause serious or fatal injury to the
operator or others. It is extremely
important that you read and
understand the contents of this
operator’s manual.
SAFETY RULES
Basic Safety Precautions
• Read this manual carefully until you
completely understand and can follow all
safety rules, precautions, and operating
instructions before attempting to use the
unit.
• Restrict the use of your brush cutter to
adult users who understand and can follow
safety rules, precautions, and operating
instructions found in this manual. Minors
should never be allowed to use a brush
cutter.
• Do not handle or operate a brush cutter
when you are fatigued, ill, or upset, or if you
have taken alcohol, drugs, or medication.
You must be in good physical condition
and mentally alert. Brush cutter work is
strenuous. If you have any condition that
might be aggravated by strenuous work,
check with your doctor before operating a
brush cutter. Be more cautious before rest
periods and towards the end of your shift.
• Keep children, bystanders, and animals a
minimum of 50 feet (15 meters) away from
the work area. Do not allow other
people
or animals to be near the brush cutter when
starting or operating the brush cutter.
• Major cases of brush cutter accidents
happen when the blade or thrown objects
hits the operator. While working with the
brush cutter, always use safety protective
approved clothing. The use of protective
clothing does not eliminate injury risks,
but reduces the injury effects in case of
accident. Consult your trusted supplier
to choose equipment in compliance
with
legislation. The clothing must be
proper and not an obstacle. Wear adherent
protective clothing. Protective jackets and
dungarees leggings are ideal. Do not
wear clothes, scarves, ties or bracelets that
may get stuck into twigs. Tie up and protect
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long hair (example with foulards, cap,
helmets, etc.). Safety boots having skidproof sole and anti-piercing insert. Wear
protective goggles or face screens. Use
protections against noises: for example,
noise reduction ear guards or earplugs.
The use of protections for the ear requires
much more attention and caution, because
the perception of audible warning signals
(screaming, alarms, etc.) is limited. Always
remove your hearing protection as soon as
the engine stops. Wear gloves that permit
the maximum absorption of vibrations.
Only allow others to use this brush cutter
who have read this Operator’s Manual or
received adeguate instructions for the safe
and proper use of this brush cutter.
Check the brush cutter each day to ensure
that each device, whether for safety or
otherwise, is functional.
Never use a damaged, modified, or
improperly
repaired
or
assembled
brush cutter. Do not remove, damage or
deactivate any of the safety devices. Only
use cutting tools indicated in the table
(page 10). Always replace cutting tools or
safety devices immediately if it becomes
damaged, broken or is otherwise removed.
Carefully plan your operation in advance.
Do not start cutting until you have a clear
work area, secure footing, and a planned
retreat path.
All brush cutter service, other than the
operations shown in the present manual,
have to be performed by competent
personnel.
The brush cutter must only be used for
trimming grass, grass clearing and / or
forestry clearing. It is unadvisable to cut
other types of material.
It is unadvisable to hitch tools or applications
to the P.t.o. that are not specified by the
manufacturer.
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SAFETY RULES
Fuel Handling
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WARNING:
Gasoline
is
an
extremely flammable fuel. Use
extreme caution when handling
gasoline or fuel mix. Do not smoke
or bring any fire or flame near the
fuel or the brush cutter.
WARNING: Fuel and fuel fumes
can cause serious injury when
inhaled or allowed to come in
contact with the skin. For this
reason observe caution when
handling fuel and make sure there
is adequate
ventilation.
WARNING: Beware of
monoxide poisoning.
carbon
WARNING! – Mufflers fitted with
catalytic converters get very hot
during use and remain so for
some time after stopping. This
also applies at idle speed. Contact
can result in burns to the skin.
Remember the risk of fire!
• To reduce the risk of fire and burn
injury, handle fuel with care. It is highly
flammable.
• Mix, store and transport fuel in a container
approved for gasoline.
• Mix fuel outdoors where there are no
sparks or flames.
• Select bare ground, stop engine, and allow
to cool before
refuelling.
• Loosen fuel cap slowly to release pressure
and to keep fuel from escaping around the
cap.
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• Tighten fuel cap securely after refuelling.
Unit vibration can cause an improperly
tightened fuel cap to loosen or come off
and spill quantities of fuel.
• Wipe spilled fuel from the unit and allow
remaining fuel to evaporate. Move 10 feet
(3 m) away from refuelling site before
starting engine.
• Never attempt to burn off spilled fuel under
any circumstances.
• Do not smoke while handling fuel or while
operating the brush cutter.
• Store fuel in a cool, dry, well ventilated
place.
• Never place the brush cutter in a
combustible area such as dry leaves, straw,
paper, etc.
• Store the unit and fuel in an area where
fuel vapors cannot reach sparks or open
flames from water heaters, electric motors
or switches, furnaces, etc.
• Never take the cap off the tank when the
engine is running.
• Never use fuel for cleaning operations.
• Take care not to get fuel on your clothing.
If you have spilt fuel on yourself or your
clothes, change your clothes. Wash any
part of your body that has come in contact
with fuel. Use soap and water.
• Don’t expose fuel tank to direct sunlight.
• Keep fuel out of reach of children.
Operation and Safety
WARNING: Always hold the brush
cutter with both hands when the
engine is running. Use a firm grip
with thumbs and fingers encircling
the brush cutter handles (Fig. 2).
• Keep all parts of your body away from the
cutting attachment when the engine is
running.
• Always carry the brush cutter with the
engine stopped and the muffler away
from your body. When transporting your
SAFETY RULES
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brush cutter, use the appropriate blade
guard (Fig. 3). When transporting in a
vehicle, keep blade covered with the
guard. Properly secure your brush cutter to
prevent turnover, fuel
spillage and damage.
Do not operate a brush cutter with
one hand! Serious injury to the operator,
helpers, bystanders, or any combination of
these persons may result from one-handed
operation. A brush cutter is intended for
two-handed use.
Before you start the engine, make sure the
cutting attachment is not contacting any
object.
Shut off the engine before setting down
the brush cutter. Do not leave the engine
running unattended.
Only use the brush cutter in well-ventilated
places, do not
operate the brush cutter
in explosive or flammable atmospheres or
in closed environments. Beware of carbon
monoxide poisoning.
Do not operate brush cutter from a ladder
or in a tree. Always cut from a firm-footed
and safe position.
WARNING: Take great care when
working on sloping ground.
• Do not cut near electric cables.
• Keep the handles dry, clean, and free of oil
or fuel mixture.
• Never cut with the brush cutter above
shoulder height.
• Never use the brush cutter without blade
guard or the head guard.
• Do not start the engine with the arm not
mounted.
Precautions Against Kickout
WARNING: Avoid kickout which
can result in serious injury.
Kickout is the sideward, or
sudden forward motion of the
machine occurring when the
blade contacts any object such
as a log or stone, or when the
wood closes in and pinches the
saw blade in the cut. Contacting
a foreign object can also result in
loss of brush cutter control.
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Reduce the Risk of Kickout
WARNING:
Recognize
that
kickout can happen. With a basic
understanding of kickout, you can
reduce the element of surprise
which contributes to accidents.
• Never let the moving blade contact any
object.
• Keep the working area free from
obstructions such as other trees, branches,
rocks, fences, stumps, etc. Eliminate or
avoid any obstruction that your blade could
hit while you are cutting.
• Keep
your
blade
sharp.
Follow
manufacturer’s blade sharpening and
maintenance instructions.
• Begin and continue cutting at full speed.
If the blade is moving at a slower speed,
there is greater chance of kickout
occurring.
Maintain Control
• Keep a good, firm grip on the brush cutter
with both hands when the engine is running
and don’t let go (Fig. 2). A firm grip will help
you reduce kickout and maintain control of
the brush cutter.
Keep the fingers encircling the handle.
• Stand with your weight evenly balanced on
both feet.
• Do not overreach. You could be drawn or
thrown off balance and lose control of the
brush cutter.
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SAFETY RULES
Safety Features
WARNING: As a brush cutter user,
do not solely rely on the product’s
safety features. You must follow all
safety precautions, instructions,
and maintenance in this manual
to help avoid serious injury.
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WARNING: Even with proper
maintenance,
the
correct
operation of the safety features
under field conditions can not be
certified.
• Position of handlebars, designed with
correct distance with each other. The
spread and position of the hands provided
by this design work together to give balance
and resistance in controlling the machine.
Recommended cutting attachments
Cutting attachments
Guards
Models
p.n.
p.n.
1
63110001
“Universal” head Ø 3” with 2
nylon lines, with Ø .08” line
61370122
Plastic guard
2
63102001
“Load&Go” head Ø 4.3” with 2
nylon lines, with Ø .09” line
61370051
3
63122001
“Load&Go” head Ø 5.1” with 2
nylon lines, with Ø .09” line
61370051
63019019
“Tap’n go” head Ø 5.1” with 2
nylon lines, with Ø .09” line
61370051
63019008A
“Tap’n go” head Ø 5.1” with 2
nylon lines, with Ø .09” line
61370051
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4095567AR
Steel blade with 2 teeth, Ø
10”, thickness .063”
61370155
Plastic guard *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
7
4095673AR
Steel blade with 3 teeth, Ø
10”, thickness .07”
61370155
Plastic guard *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
8
4095638AR
Steel blade with 3 teeth, Ø
10”, thickness .055”
61370155
Plastic guard *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
9
4095681R
Steel blade with 3 teeth, Ø
10”, thickness .055”
61370155
Plastic guard *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
10
4095563AR
Steel blade with 4 teeth, Ø
10”, thickness .055”
61370155
Plastic guard *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
11
4095565AR
Steel blade with 8 teeth, Ø
8”, thickness .055”
61370155
Plastic guard *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
12
4095065AR
Steel blade with 8 teeth, Ø
10”, thickness .055”
61370155
Plastic guard *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
4
5
61370155
61370155
61370155
61370155
Plastic guard
Plastic guard
Plastic guard
Plastic guard
DS 2200 TR
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
*protection p.n. 61372033 not needed
WARNING: The use of cutting
devices not authorized by the
manufacturer
can
generate
safety risks.
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WARNING: To use the blades with
the brush cutters DS 2200 S and
DS 2400 S must be purchased the
kit p.n. 61370224.
SAFETY RULES
Safety equipment checking
WARNING: Never use a machine
with faulty safety equipment. The
machine’s safety equipment must
be checked and maintained as
described in this section. If your
machine fails any of these checks
contact your service agent to get
it repaired.
Throttle lock
The throttle lock is designed to prevent
accidental operation of the throttle control.
This arrangement means that the throttle
control is automatically locked at the idle
setting.
Make sure the throttle control is locked at the
idle setting when the throttle lock is released.
Press the throttle lock and make sure it returns
to its original position when you release it.
Check that the throttle control and throttle
lock move freely and that the return springs
work properly.
Stop switch
Use the stop switch to switch off the engine.
Start the engine and make sure the engine
stops when you move the stop switch to the
stop setting.
Cutting attachment guard
This guard is intended to prevent loose
objects from being thrown towards the
operator. The guard also
protects the
operator from accidental contact with the
cutting attachment.
Check that the guard is undamaged and not
cracked. Replace the guard if it has been
exposed to impact or is cracked.
Always use the recommended guard for
the cutting attachment you are using. See
chapter on Technical data.
WARNING: Never use a cutting
attachment without an approved
guard. See the section on
Technical Data. Use of an
incorrect or faulty guard may lead
to serious personal injury.
Precautions to Reduce Vibration Risk
• The brush cutter is provided with antivibration (AV) system; never alter or modify
it.
• Wear gloves and keep your hands warm.
• Keep the blade sharp and the brush cutter,
including the AV system, well maintained.
A dull blade will increase the vibrations
transmitted to your hands.
• When using a string cord attachment
check that the cord is correctly wound; an
unbalanced attachment will highly increase
the vibration level.
• Maintain a firm grip at all times, but do
not squeeze the handles with constant,
excessive pressures, take frequent breaks.
All the above mentioned precautions do
not guarantee that you will not sustain
whitefinger disease or carpal tunnel
syndrome. Therefore, continual and regular
users should monitor closely the condition
of their hands and fingers. If any of the
above symptoms appear, seek medical
advice immediately.
Maintenance Precaution
WARNING: Never operate a brush
cutter that is damaged, improperly
adjusted, or is not
completely
and securely assembled.
• Be sure that the cutting attachment stops
moving when the throttle control trigger is
released. If the cutting attachment moves
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at idle speed, the carburetor may need
adjusting,
see
Operation-Carburetor
Adjusting Section. If the cutting attachment
still moves at idle speed after adjustment
has been made,
contact a Servicing
Dealer for adjustment and discontinue use
until the repair is made.
WARNING: All brush cutter
service, other than items in the
Operator’s Manual maintenance
instructions, must be performed
by competent brush cutter service
personnel. (If improper tools are
used to remove the flywheel or
clutch, or if an improper tool is
used to hold the flywheel in order
to remove the clutch, structural
damage to the flywheel could
occur which could cause the
flywheel to burst and serious
injury could result.)
• Never modify your brush cutter in any way.
• Keep the handles dry, clean, and free of oil
or fuel mixture.
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WARNING: Use only recommended
accessories and replacement parts.
• Never touch the cutting attachment or
attempt to service the brush cutter while
the engine is running.
• Never use fuel for cleaning operations.
• Keep the brush cutter in a dry place, off
the ground with the blade guard on and the
tanks empty.
• If your brush cutter is no longer usable,
dispose of it properly without damaging the
environment by
handing it in to your local Dealer who will
arrange for its correct disposal.
• Replace immediately any safety device
when damaged or broken.
WARNING: The muffler and other
parts of the engine (e.g. fins of
the cylinder, spark plug) become
hot during operation and remain
hot for a while after stopping the
engine.
To reduce risk of burns do not
touch the muffler and other parts
while they are hot.
ASSEMBLY
WARNING: The muffler and other
parts of the engine (e.g. fins of
the cylinder, spark plug) become
hot during operation and remain
hot for a while after stopping the
engine. To reduce risk of burns do
not touch the muffler and other
parts while they are hot.
Loop handle (DS 2200 TR) (Fig.26)
Loosen the wing nut (A) and rotate the loop
handle (B) of 180°.
Assembling the bike handle
DS 2200 T
- Place the bike handle (A, Fig.4) in the lower
hub (B1).
CAUTION:The bike handle (A) must
be fixed onto the hub (B) inside the
two notches (C) indicated on the
bike handle.
- Place the upper hub (B2) in position and
tighten the 4 screws (D), without finally
tighten yet.
- Line up the handlebar at a right angle to the
drive tube.
- Tighten down the screws (D) firmly.
DS 2400 T (swivelling bike handle)
- Release the wing screw (E, Fig.5) and
unscrew it until the bike handle (F) can be
turned anti-clockwise.
- Turn the handlebar 90° and then swing the
handles up.
- Tighten down the wing screw (E) firmly.
Storage or transportation positions
- Reverse the sequence described above
to swing the handles up and turn the bike
handle clockwise.
Mounting the control handles (DS 2200 T –
DS 2400 T)
- Loosen the screw (G, Fig.6). The nut (H)
remains in the control handle (L).
- Push the control handle (L) (throttle trigger
M must point toward the gearbox) onto the
bike handle (N) so that the holes (P) line up.
- Insert screw (G) and tighten down firmly.
WARNING: In mounting the
handlebar be careful to avoid the
cables getting twisted.
Assembling the cutting attachment
guard (Fig. 7) (DS 2200T - DS 2400 T)
- Insert the two pins (E) of the cutting
attachment guard, in the holes (F).
- Assemble the guard (A) to the gearbox with
screws (B) and washers (G) in a position
allowing the operator to work safely.
NOTE: assemble the skirt (C) only when
using the nylon heads. Secure the skirt
(C) to the protection (A) by means of the
screw (D).
WARNING:
Never
use
a
cutting attachment without an
approved guard. See the section
on
Recommended
cutting
attachments
(Page
10).
An
incorrect or faulty guard may lead
to serious personal injury.
WARNING: The deflector provided
with your brush cutter may not
protect the operator from all
foreign objects (gravel, glass, wire,
etc) thrown by the rotating cutting
attachment.
Thrown
objects
may also ricochet and strike the
operator.
WARNING: Immediately replace a
broken or damaged guard; never
try to mount the guard in incorrect
position.
Assembling the cutting attachment
WARNING: When fitting the
cutting attachment it is extremely
important that the drive flange
engages correctly in the centre
hole of the cutting attachment. If
the cutting attachment is fitted
incorrectly it can result in serious
and/or fatal personal injury.
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ASSEMBLY
WARNING:
Only
use
cutting
attachments with the guards we
recommend! See the chapter on
Recommended cutting attachments
(Page 10). Refer to the instructions for
the cutting attachment to check the
correct way to load the cord and the
correct cord diameter. Keep the teeth
of the blade correctly sharpened!
Follow our recommendations. Also
refer to the instructions on the blade
packaging. Maintain the correct blade
setting! Follow our instructions.
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WARNING: Always stop the engine
before doing any work on the
cutting attachment. The attachment
continues to rotate even after the
throttle has been released. Ensure
that the cutting attachment has
stopped completely and disconnect
the HT lead from the spark plug
before you start to work on it.
WARNING: Using an incorrect
cutting attachment or an incorrectly
sharpened blade increases the risk of
kickout.
WARNING: Always discard a blade
that is bent, twisted, cracked, broken
or damaged in any other way. Never
attempt to straighten a twisted blade
so that it can be reused. Only use
original blades of the specified type.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of
serious injury, never use wire or
metal-reinforced line or other material
in place of the nylon cutting lines.
Pieces of wire could break off and
be thrown at high speed toward the
operator or bystanders.
Assembling trimmer head (Fig.8)
For dismantling the trimmer head (C), put the
head fixing pin (A) in the appropriate hole (B) and
loosen the head clockwise by hand.
For assembling the head (C), reverse the
sequence described after put the upper flange (F)
in place.
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Assembling the blade (excluding
machines with bent drive shaft-TR) (Fig. 9)
WARNING - To use the blades with the brush
cutters DS 2200 S and DS 2400 S must be
purchased the kit p.n. 61370224 which comprises:
1) cutting attachment guard (to fit in place of that
supplied)
2) safety boom (to be mounted under the loop
handle)
3) blade
4) lower flange
5) cup
6) nut
Remove the skirt (C, Fig.7) from the cutting
attachment guard (A) before assembling the blade.
Fix the blade (R) onto the upper flange (F) making
sure that the rotation direction is correct.
WARNING: Collar (see arrows C, Fig.9)
must locate in blade’s mounting hole.
Fix the lower flange (E), the cup (B) and tighten
nut (A) anti-clockwise.
Put the pin provided in the appropriate hole (L)
to block the blade and allow the nut (A) to be
tightened to 18 ft lb (25 Nm).
Assembling the safety boom (DS 2200 S - DS
2400 S) (Fig. 9A)
When using the disc instead of nylon line head,
it is necessary to set up the “safety boom”. Fix
the boom (A) under the attachment (C) of handle
(20B, Fig. 1) by means of the screws (B). Taking
care to verify the “safety boom” being on the left
side of the brushcutter.
WARNING: Arrows on the cutting
attachment guard show the correct
direction of rotation of the cutting
tool.
WARNING! This machine is not
suitable for use with disc for wood
(22-60-80 teeth) and relevant metal
guard.
WARNING! – On machines with a
bent drive shaft (TR) it is not possible
to fit disks, only line heads.
ASSEMBLY
Approved power tool attachments (Fig.19)
WARNING: Fit the blade protection
(M) p.n. 4196086 as shown (Fig.3)
before transporting or storing the
brush cutter.
CAUTION: Never use the brush cutter
without the cup (B, Fig.9) to avoid
damages to the thread.
The following Emak attachments may be mounted
to the basic power tool:
EH 24
Hedge trimmer (adjustable) (1) (2)
EH 48
Hedge trimmer (adjustable) (1) (2)
EP 100 Pole pruner (2)
(1) Safety boom (A, Fig.9A) must be assembled
under the loop handle.
(2) Not approved for use with bike handle units
(DS 2200 T – DS 2400 T).
WARNING: Never touch or adjust
the blade while the motor is running.
The blade is very sharp, always wear
protective gloves when performing
maintenance.
WARNING: After use the bevel
gear may be very hot, always wear
protective gloves when performing
maintenance.
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Do Not Smoke!
This product is powered by a 2-cycle engine
and requires pre-mixing gasoline and 2-cycle
oil. Pre-mix unleaded gasoline and 2-cycle
engine oil in a clean container approved for
gasoline.
RECOMMENDED FUEL: THIS ENGINE IS
CERTIFIED TO OPERATE ON UNLEADED
GASOLINE INTENDED FOR AUTOMOTIVE
USE WITH AN OCTANE RATING OF 89 ([R +
M] / 2) OR HIGHER.
Mix 2-Cycle Engine Oil with gasoline according
to the instructions on the package. We strongly
recommend the use of 2% (50:1) Efco
Two Cycle Engine Oil, which is specifically
formulated for all Efco air-cooled two-stroke
engines.
The correct oil / fuel proportions shown in the
table below are suitable when using the Efco
Two Cycle Engine Oil or an equivalent highquality engine oil (JASO specification FD or
ISO specification L-EGD).
When oil specifications are NOT equivalent or
unknown use 4% (25:1) fuel / oil mixing ratio.
CAUTION - For the mixture,
never use a fuel with an ethanol
percentage higher than 10%;
gasohol (mixture of gasoline and
ethanol) up to 10% ethanol or E10
fuel are acceptable.
When using an oxygenated gasoline a good
practice of fuel management is necessary.
Gasoline oxygenated with alcohol readily
takes up water when it is present; the water
may be condensed out of humid air or be a
contaminant in the fuel system, including tank.
The use of oxygenated gasoline may cause
the occurrence of vapor-lock easier.
NOTE - Prepare only the quantity of mixture
required for immediate use; do not leave
fuel in the tank or a container for a long
time. Were commend the use of the additive
Emak ADDITIX 2000 code 001000972 if the
mixture is to be stored for 30 days.
Alkylate gasoline
CAUTION:
DO
NOT
AUTOMOTIVE OIL OR
2-CYCLE OUTBOARD OIL.
USE
CAUTION:
- Match your fuel purchases to
your consumption; don’t buy
more than you will use in one
or two months;
- Store gasoline in a tightlyclosed validate container in a
cool, dry place.
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CAUTIONS – Alkylate fuels have
different density than normal fuel.
Therefore engines, set with normal
fuel, need different H jet regulation
to avoid critical issues. For this
operation it’s necessary turned at
a Licensed Service Dealer.
Gasoline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oil
1 Gallon (US) . . . . . . . . . . 5.2 oz.
1 Liter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40 cc (40 ml)
2-Cycle Engine Oil (50:1) 2%
Gasoline . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Oil
1 Gallon (US) . . . . . . . . . . 2.6 oz.
1 Liter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 cc (20 ml)
Preparation for Cutting
WARNING: To use the blades with
the brush cutters DS 2200 S and
DS 2400 S must be purchased the
kit p.n. 61370224.
WARNING: When using rigid
blades (only S and T models),
avoid cutting close to fences,
sides of buildings, tree trunks,
stones or other such objects that
could cause the brush cutter to
kick out or could cause damage
to the blade. We recommends use
of the nylon line heads for such
jobs. In addition, be alert to an
increased possibility of ricochets
in such situations.
Filling the Tank
WARNING:
Follow
safety
instruction for fuel handling.
Always shut off engine before
fuelling. Never add fuel to a
machine with a running or hot
engine. Move at least 10 feet (3 m)
from refuelling site before starting
engine. DO NOT SMOKE!
1. Clean surface around fuel cap to prevent
contamination.
2. Loosen fuel cap slowly.
3. Carefully pour fuel mixture into the tank.
Avoid spillage.
4. Prior to replacing the fuel cap, clean and
inspect the gasket.
5. Immediately replace fuel cap and hand
tighten. Wipe up any fuel spillage.
WARNING: Check for fuel leaks,
if any are found, correct before
use. Contact a Servicing Dealer if
necessary.
WARNING: The brush cutter is
normally to be used at ground
level with the cutting attachment
parallel to the ground. Use of a
brush cutter above ground level
or with the cutting attachment
perpendicular to the ground may
increase the risk of injury, since
the cutting attachment is more
fully exposed and the brush cutter
may be more difficult to control.
Never use your brush cutter as a
hedge trimmer.
WARNING: If the blade loosens
after being properly tightened,
stop work immediately. The
retaining nut may be worn or
damaged and should be replaced.
Never use unauthorized parts
to secure the blade. If the blade
continues to loosen, see your
dealer. Never use a brush cutter
with a loose blade.
Basic Cutting Procedure
1. Wear non-slip gloves for maximum grip and
protection.
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height, i.e. close to the ground.
WARNING: Hold the brush cutter
firmly with both hands (Fig. 2).
Always keep your body to the
left of tube. Never use a crosshanded grip. Left-handers should
follow these instructions too.
Keep a proper cutting stance.
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2. Maintain a proper grip (Fig. 2) on the brush
cutter whenever the engine is running. The
fingers should encircle the handlebar and
the thumb is wrapped under the handlebar.
Fitting the harness
DS 2200 T – DS 2400 T models
Into S models, the harness is optional (not
included but available separately). On these
models the harness attachment point is not
adjustable (19B, Fig.1).
Correct adjustment of the harness permits
the brush cutter to be properly balanced
and at an appropriate height from the ground
(Fig. 10).
- Put on the single harness.
- Hook the brush cutter to the harness using
the hook (A, Fig. 10).
- Position the hook (19B, Fig. 1) to obtain the
best brush cutter balance (only T model).
- Position the buckle (C, Fig. 11) to obtain
the correct brush cutter height.
Correct balance
1 Forestry clearing
The machine is balanced by moving the
support ring on the machine forwards
or backwards. The machine is correctly
balanced when it freely hangs horizontally
from the support hook. In this way the risk
of hitting stones is reduced if you need to
release the handlebar.
2 Grass clearing
Let the blade balance at a comfortable cutting
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Work Area Precautions
WARNING: Cut only grass or
weed. Do not cut metal, plastics,
masonry, or non-wood building
materials.
• Never allow children to operate your brush
cutter. Only allow others to use this brush
cutter who have read this Operator’s
Manual or received adequate instructions
for the safe and proper use of this brush
cutter.
• Keep everyone - helpers, bystanders,
children, and animals at a safe distance
from the cutting area. During operations,
keep a minimum distance of 50 feet (15 m)
between workers.
• Always cut with both feet on solid ground to
prevent being pulled off balance.
• Make sure you can move and stand safely.
Check the area around you for possible
obstacles (roots, rocks, branches, ditches,
etc.) in case you have to move suddenly.
Take great care when working on sloping
ground.
• Do not cut above chest height, as a brush
cutter held higher is difficult to control
against kickout forces.
• Do not work near electrical wires. Leave
this operation for professionals.
• Cut only when visibility and light are
adequate for you to see clearly.
• Do not cut from a ladder, this is extremely
dangerous.
• Stop the brush cutter if the blade strikes a
foreign object. Inspect the brush cutter and
repair parts as necessary.
• Keep the blade out of dirt and sand. Even a
small amount of dirt will quickly dull a blade
and increase the possibility of kickout.
• Stop the engine before setting the brush
cutter down.
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• Be particularly cautious and alert while
wearing hearing protection because such
equipment may restrict your ability to hear
sounds indicating danger (calls, signals,
warnings, etc).
• Be extremely cautious when working on
slopes or uneven ground.
• Place the brush cutter on level ground and
ensure that no objects or obstructions are
in immediate vicinity which could come in
contact with the cutting attachment. Hold
the body of the machine on the ground
using your left hand (CAUTION! Not with
your foot!), see Fig. 12.
Start-up procedure
WARNING: Never use rigid blades
when cutting in stony areas.
Thrown objects or damaged
blades may result in serious or
fatal injury to the operator or
bystanders. Watch out for thrown
objects. Always wear approved
eye protection. Never lean over the
cutting attachment guard. Stones,
rubbish, etc. can be thrown up
into the eyes causing blindness or
serious injury. Keep unauthorised
persons at a distance. Children,
animals, onlookers and helpers
should be kept outside the safety
zone of 50 ft (15 m). Stop the
machine immediately if anyone
approaches. Never swing the
machine around without first
checking behind you to make sure
no-one is within the safety zone.
WARNING: Never cut when
visibility is poor or in very high
or low temperatures or in freezing
weather.
Starting The Engine
WARNING: When the engine is
started with the choke in either the
choke or start throttle positions
the cutting attachment will start
to rotate immediately.
1) Slowly push the purge bulb 6 times (9,
Fig.1).
2) Pull the choke lever (15, Fig.1) in the
CLOSE position
(A, Fig.13). In so
doing, it also activates automatically halfthrottle.
3) Place the brush cutter on the ground in a
stable position. Check that the blade is free.
Holding the brush cutter down (Fig.12), pull
the starter rope until the first kick over of
the engine is heard (no more than 3 pulls).
A new unit may require additional pulls.
4) Push the choke lever (15, Fig.1) in OPEN
(I) position (B, Fig.13).
5) Pull the starter cord to start the engine.
Once the machine is started, warm up the
machine for about few seconds, without
touch the throttle lever. The machine could
need more seconds to warm up with cold
weather or at high altitudes. Finally, put the
choke lever (18, Fig.1) for deactivate the
automatic half-throttle.
CAUTION:
- Never wrap the starter cord
around your hand.
- When pulling the starter rope,
do not use the full extent of the
rope as this can cause the rope
to break.
- Do not let starter rope snap
back. Hold the starter handle
(14, Fig.1) and let the rope
rewind slowly.
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WARNING: Do not cut material
with the choke lever at the CLOSE
position. Do not operate your
brush cutter with the starting
throttle lock engaged. Cutting with
the starting throttle lock engaged
does not permit the operator
proper control of the brush cutter.
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NOTE - STARTING WARM ENGINE:
Follow above starting instructions, but do
not use the CLOSE position for start up
again.
WARNING: Weather conditions
and altitude may affect carburetion.
Do not allow bystanders close to
the brush cutter while adjusting
the carburetor.
Keep the engine at full throttle the entire time
you are cutting.
NOTE: It is normal for smoke to be emitted
from a new engine during and after first
use.
Breaking-in the Engine
The engine reaches the maximum power
after 5-8 hours of activity.
During this period of breaking-in do not make
the machine function idly at full throttle, to
avoid excessive functioning stress.
CAUTION! – During the breakingin period do not vary the
carburetion to obtain a presumed
power increment; the engine can
be damaged.
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Difficult Starting (or starting a flooded
engine)
The engine may be flooded with too much
fuel if it has not started after 10 pulls. Flooded
engines can be cleared of excess fuel by
following the warm engine starting procedure
listed above. Ensure the ON/STOP switch
is in the ON position. Starting could require
pulling the starter rope handle many times
depending on how badly the unit is flooded. If
engine fails to start refer to the
TROUBLESHOOTING TABLE (page 31).
Engine is Flooded
• Set the on/off switch to STOP.
• Engage a suitable tool in the spark plug
boot.
• Pry off the spark plug boot.
• Unscrew and dry off the spark plug.
• Open the throttle wide.
• Pull the starter rope several times to clear
the combustion chamber.
• Refit the spark plug and connect the
spark plug boot, press it down firmly –
reassemble the other parts.
• Set the on/off switch to I, the starting
position.
• Set the choke lever to OPEN position –
even if engine is cold.
• Now start the engine.
Stopping The Engine
Release the throttle trigger (18, Fig. 1) and let
the engine return to idle.
To stop the engine, push the switch (17). Do
not put the brush cutter on the ground when
the cutting attachment is still moving.
In the event that of the switch will not
function, pull the choke lever in the CLOSE
position (A, Fig. 13) to stop the engine.
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Pre-operation checking
WARNING:
THE
CUTTING
ATTACHMENT SHOULD NEVER
TURN AT IDLE. Turn the idle speed
screw “T” counter-clockwise to
reduce the idle RPM, or contact
a Servicing Dealer for adjustment
and discontinue use until the
repair is made.
Serious personal injury may
result from the cutting attachment
turning at idle.
A damaged clutch may cause a cutting
attachment to rotate at idle speed and
increase the risk of personal injury from loss
of control and from contact with the cutting
tool.
Working Techniques
General working instructions
WARNING: This section describes
the basic safety precautions for
working with brush cutter and
trimmers. If you encounter a
situation where you are uncertain
how to proceed you should ask
an expert. Contact your dealer
or your service workshop. Avoid
all usage which you consider to
be beyond your capability. You
must understand the difference
between forestry clearing, grass
clearing and grass trimming
before use.
Basic safety rules
1. Look around you:
• To ensure that people, animals or other
things cannot affect your control of the
machine.
• To ensure that people, animals, etc., do
not come into contact with the cutting
attachment or loose objects that are
thrown out by the cutting attachment.
WARNING: Do not use the machine
unless you are able to call for help
in the event of an accident.
2. Do not use the machine in bad weather,
such as dense fog, heavy rain, strong wind,
intense cold, etc. Working in bad weather is
tiring and often brings added risks, such as
icy ground, unpredictable felling direction,
etc.
3. Make sure you can move and stand safely.
Check the area around you for possible
obstacles (roots, rocks, branches, ditches,
etc.) in case you have to move suddenly.
Take great care when working on sloping
ground.
4. Switch off the engine before moving to
another area.
5. Never put the machine down with the
engine running.
• Always use the correct equipment.
• Make sure the equipment is well adjusted.
• Follow the safety precautions.
• Organise your work carefully.
• Always use full throttle when starting to
cut with the blade.
• Always use sharp blades.
• Avoid stones.
WARNING: Neither the operator of
the machine nor anyone else may
attempt to remove the cut material
while the engine is running or the
cutting equipment is rotating, as
this can result in serious injury.
Stop the engine and cutting
equipment before you remove
material that has wound around
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the blade shaft as otherwise there
is a risk of injury. The bevel gear
can get hot during use and may
remain so for a while afterwards.
You could get burnt if you touch it.
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WARNING: Watch out for thrown
objects. Always wear approved
eye protection. Never lean over the
cutting attachment guard. Stones,
rubbish, etc. can be thrown up
into the eyes causing blindness or
serious injury. Keep unauthorised
persons at a distance. Children,
animals, onlookers and helpers
should be kept outside the safety
zone of 50 ft (15 m). Stop the
machine immediately if anyone
approaches. Never swing the
machine around without first
checking behind you to make sure
no-one is within the safety zone.
WARNING: Sometimes branches
or grass get caught between the
guard and cutting attachment.
Always stop the engine before
cleaning.
Check before starting
• Check the blade to ensure that no cracks
have formed at the bottom of the teeth or
by the centre hole. Discard a blade if cracks
are found.
• Check that the support flange is not cracked
due to fatigue or due to being tightened too
much. Discard the support flange if it is
cracked.
• Ensure the locking nut has not lost its
captive force. The tightening torque of the
locking screw should be 18 ftlb (25 Nm).
• Check that the blade guard is not damaged
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or cracked. Replace the blade guard if it is
cracked.
• Check that the trimmer head and trimmer
guard are not damaged or cracked.
Replace the trimmer head or trimmer guard
if they have been cracked.
WARNING: Never use the machine
without a guard or with a defective
guard.
WARNING: The complete clutch
cover and shaft must be fitted
before the machine is started,
otherwise the clutch can come
loose and cause personal injury.
Ensure the cutting attachment
cannot come into
contact
with any object. Make sure no
unauthorised persons are in the
working area, otherwise there is
a risk of serious personal injury.
The safety distance is 50 ft (15
metres).
Working methods
WARNING: Avoid cutting with the
area of the blade between the 12
o’clock and 3 o’clock positions.
Because of the speed of rotation
of the blade kickout can occur if
you attempt to cut thick stems
with this area of the blade.
Forestry clearing
• Before you start clearing, check the
clearing area, the type of terrain, the slope
of the ground, whether there are stones,
hollows etc.
• Start at whichever end of the area is
easiest, and clear an open space from
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which to work.
• Work systematically to and fro across the
area, clearing a width of around 13-16 ft
(4-5 m) on each pass. This exploits the full
reach of the machine in both directions and
gives the operator a convenient and varied
working area to work in.
• Clear a strip around 250 ft (75 m) long.
Move your fuel can as work progresses.
• On sloping ground you should work along
the slope. It is much easier to work along a
slope than it is to work up and down it.
• You should plan the strip so that you avoid
going over ditches or other obstacles on
the ground. You should also orient the strip
to take advantage of wind conditions, so
that cleared stems fall in the cleared area
of the stand.
Grass clearing using a grass blade
• Grass blades and grass cutters must not be
used on woody stems.
• A grass blade is used for all types of tall or
coarse grass.
• The grass is cut down with a sideways,
swinging movement, where the movement
from right-to-left is the clearing stroke and
the movement from left-to-right is the return
stroke. Let the left-hand side of the blade
(between 8 and 12 o’clock) do the cutting.
• If the blade is angled to the left when
clearing grass, the grass will collect in a
line, which makes it easier to collect, e.g.
by raking.
• Try to work rhythmically. Stand firmly with
your feet apart. Move forward after the
return stroke and stand firmly again.
• Let the support cup rest lightly against the
ground. It is used to protect the blade from
hitting the ground.
• Reduce the risk of material wrapping
around the blade by following these
instructions:
1. Always work at full throttle.
2. Avoid the previously cut material during
the return stroke.
• Stop the engine, unclip the harness and
place the machine on the ground before
you start to collect the cut material.
Grass trimming with a trimmer head
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CAUTION: Do not work with
mowing line longer than the
intended diameter. With a properly
mounted guard, the built-in cutter
will automatically adjust the line
to its proper length. Overly long
lines can overload the engine,
resulting in damage to the clutch
mechanism and nearby parts.
Trimming
• Hold the trimmer head just above the
ground at an angle. It is the end of the cord
that does the work. Let the cord work at its
own pace. Never press the cord into the
area to be cut.
• The cord can easily remove grass and
weeds up against walls, fences, trees
and borders, however it can also damage
sensitive bark on trees and bushes, and
damage fence posts.
• Reduce the risk of damaging plants by
shortening the cord to 4 - 4.7 in (10-12 cm)
and reducing the engine speed.
Clearing
• The clearing technique removes all
unwanted vegetation. Keep the trimmer
head just above the ground and tilt it. Let
the end of the cord strike the ground around
trees, posts, statues and the like. (Fig. 14)
CAUTION:
This
technique
increases the wear on the cord.
• The cord wears quicker and must be fed
forward more often when working against
stones, brick, concrete, metal fences, etc.,
than when coming into contact with trees
and wooden fences.
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OPERATION
• When trimming and clearing you should
use less than full throttle so that the cord
lasts longer and to reduce the wear on the
trimmer head.
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Cutting
• The trimmer is ideal for cutting grass that
is difficult to reach using a normal lawn
mower. Keep the cord parallel to the ground
when cutting. Avoid pressing the trimmer
head against the ground as this can ruin
the lawn and damage the tool. (Fig. 15)
• Do not allow the trimmer head to constantly
come into contact with the ground during
normal cutting. Constant contact of this
type can cause damage and wear to the
trimmer head.
Sweeping
• The fan effect of the rotating cord can be
used for quick and easy clearing up. Hold
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the cord parallel to and above the area to
be swept and move the tool to and fro. (Fig.
16)
• When cutting and sweeping you should use
full throttle to obtain the best results.
WARNING: Never cut when
visibility is poor or in very high
or low temperatures or in freezing
weather.
WARNING: If the cutting tool or
deflector becomes clogged or
stuck, always turn off the engine
and make sure the cutting tool
has stopped before cleaning.
Grass, weeds, etc. should be
cleaned off the cutting tool at
regular intervals.
MAINTENANCE
As Reguired
Monthly
Weekly
X
After Finishing
Daily Work
X
If Damaged or
Faulty
Inspect (Leaks, Cracks, and Wear)
After Each
Refueling Stop
Please note that the following maintenance intervals apply for normal
operating conditions only. If your daily work requires longer than normal
or harsh cutting conditions are present the suggested intervals should
be shortened accordingly.
Before Each
Use
X
Every 6
Months
X
X
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Complete Machine
Clean
Controls (Ignition Switch, Choke
Lever, Throttle Trigger, Trigger
Interlock)
X
Check Operation
X
X
Inspect (Leaks, Cracks, and Wear)
X
X
X
Inspect
X
Fuel Filter
Clean, Replace FIlter Element
Cutting Attachments
Inspect
(Damage, Sharpness, and Wear)
X
X
Sharpen
Bevel Cear
Inspect
(Damage and Grease Level)
X
Inspect (Damage and Wear)
X
Clutch Drum
X
Replace
Cutting Attachments Guard
Inspect (Damage and Wear)
X
X
Replace
Spark Arrestor Screen
(in Muffler)
All Accessible Screws and Nuts
(Not Adjusting Screws)
Clean or Replace
Inspect
Starter System Vents
Clean
X
X
Every 6
Months
X
X
Replace
Clean
X
X
Air Filter
Cylinder Fins
X
X
Retighten
Clean
X
X
Inspect (Damage and Wear)
X
X
Inspect (Damage and Wear)
X
Starter Rope
X
Replace
Carburetor
Check idle (Cutting Attachments
must not rotate at idle)
X
X
Check Eletrode Gap
X
Spark Plug
Replace
X
Every 6
Months
X
X
X
Inspect (Damage, and Wear)
Vibration Mounts
Replace by Dealer
Cutting Attachments
nuts and screws
Check that the locking nut of
the cutting equipment is tighten
correctly
X
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MAINTENANCE
Cutting Attachment Maintenance
WARNING: It
is
absolutely
essential to comply with the
angles and dimensions specified
below. If the blade is incorrectly
sharpened there is a risk of
increased kickout of the brush
cutter and increase risk of thrown
object, with resulting risk of injury.
Failure to replace or repair
damaged cutting
attachment
can cause serious injury.
The blades are very sharp, always
wear protective gloves when
performing maintenance to the
blades.
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General rules
• Only use cutting attachments with
the guards we recommend! See
Recommended cutting attachments
(Page 10).
• Keep the teeth of the blade correctly
sharpened! Follow our instructions and
use the recommended file gauge. An
incorrectly sharpened or damaged blade
increases the risk of accidents. (Fig. 17)
• Check the cutting attachment for damage
or cracks. A damaged cutting attachment
should always be replaced.
• Resharpen frequently, take away as little
material as possible – two or three strokes
of the file are usually enough.
To avoid out-of-balance:
• Resharpen the cutters uniformly – do not
alter the contour of the parent blade in any
way.
• After resharpening about 5 times, have
blade checked by your dealer.
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WARNING: Never repair damaged
cutting attachments by welding,
straightening or modifying the
shape. This may cause parts of
the cutting tool to come off and
result in serious or fatal injuries.
Sharpening grass cutters and grass blades
• See the cutting attachment packaging for
correct sharpening instructions. Sharpen
blades and cutters using a single-cut flat
file.
• Sharpen all edges equally to maintain the
balance of the blade. (Fig. 17)
WARNING: Always discard a blade
that is bent, twisted, cracked,
broken or damaged in any other
way. Never attempt to straighten
a twisted blade so that it can be
reused. Only use original blades
of the specified type.
Trimmer head
CAUTION: Always ensure the
trimmer cord is wound tightly and
evenly around the drum, otherwise
the machine will generate harmful
vibration.
• Only use the recommended trimmer heads
and trimmer cords. These have been tested
by the manufacturer to suit a particular
engine size. This is especially important
when a fully automatic trimmer head is
used. Only use the recommended cutting
attachment. See Recommended cutting
attachments (Page 10).
MAINTENANCE
• Smaller machines generally require small
trimmer heads and vice versa. This is
because when clearing using a cord the
engine must throw out the cord radially
from the trimmer head and overcome the
resistance of the grass being cleared.
• The length of the cord is also important.
A longer cord requires greater engine
power than a shorter cord of the same
diameter.
• Make sure that the cutter on the trimmer
guard is intact. This is used to cut the cord
to the correct length.
• To increase the life of the cord it can be
soaked in water for a couple of days. This
will make the line tougher so that it lasts
longer.
• Only use line of the same diameter as the
original to avoid overloading the engine
(Fig.18).
• In order to get more line out of the cutting
head, tap it lightly on the ground while
working. NOTE: never hit the nylon head
against hard spots such as concrete or
stones, it could be dangerous.
Replacing the nylon line on the
UNIVERSAL trimmer head (Fig.27)
DS 2200 TR: cut two pieces long 8 in (200
mm) of nylon line Ø 0.08 in (2.0 mm).
1. Inserting a line into the hole indicated with
LINE (1) until it is released about 0.4 in (10
mm) from the opposite side (2).
2. Repeat operation with the other line (3).
Replacing the nylon line on the LOAD&GO
trimmer head (Fig.20)
DS 2200 S - DS 2200 T (Ø 4.3 in / 110 mm):
cut 13 ft (4 m) of nylon line Ø 0.09 in (2.4
mm).
DS 2400 S - DS 2400 T (Ø 5.1 in / 130 mm):
cut 28 ft (8.5 m) of nylon line Ø 0.09 in (2.4
mm).
1. Align the arrows and insert the line into the
trimmer head (Fig. 20.1) until it is released
from the opposite side (Fig.20.2).
2. Divide the line into two equal parts (Fig.
20.3) and then load the trimmer head by
turning the knob (Fig. 20.4).
Carburetor Adjustment
Before adjusting the carburetor, clean
the cover vents and air filter as shown in
Illustration Fig. 23, refer to Operation-Starting
Unit and Maintenance-Air Filter Sections for
details. Allow the engine to warm up prior to
carburetor adjustment.
This engine is designed and manufactured
in order to comply with EPA (Environmental
Protection Agency) Phase 3 regulations.
The carburetor (Fig. 21) is designed to
permit only the adjustement of L and H
screws in a range of 1/4 round; the ± 1/8
round the hall range admissible for L and H
screws is determined by the manufacturer
and you can not modify it.
WARNING: Don’t try to force the
screws outside the range!
WARNING: Don’t modify the
carburetor in any way in such
case the engine will not run
in compliance with emissions
regulations.
Idle Speed Adjustment
• If the engine starts, runs, and accelerates
but will not idle; turn the idle speed screw
“T” clockwise to increase idle speed (Fig.
21).
• If the cutting attachment turns at idle, turn
the idle speed screw “T” counter-clockwise
to reduce the idle RPM and stop the
cutting attachment movement. If the cutting
attachment still moves at idle speed, contact
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MAINTENANCE
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a Servicing Dealer for adjustment and
discontinue use until the repair is made.
• Screw L must be adjusted so that the engine
promptly responds to sharp accelerations
and gives good idle operation.
• Screw H must be adjusted so that the
engine gives maximum power during the
cutting phase.
CAUTION: Never run the engine
without the air filter, serious
damage could result.
Make sure the air filter is correctly
placed in the air filter cover before
reassembly.
Always replace damaged filters.
Do not clean a filter with a brush.
Fuel Filter
Check the fuel filter (Fig. 22) periodically.
Replace it if contaminated or damaged.
Air Filter
WARNING: Do not clean filter
in gasoline or other flammable
solvent to avoid creating a fire
hazard or producing harmful
evaporative emissions.
If a power drop is noticed, check the air filter.
Open the air filter cover (A) and check the air
filter (C, Fig. 23) each day, change the filter if
heavily clogged or damaged.
DS 2200: Clean with Emak degreaser p/n
001101009A, rinse with water and blast dry
with compressed air.
DS 2400: Clean with Emak degreaser p/n
001101009A, rinse with water and blast dry
with compressed air, not too close, blowing
from the inside outwards.
Reinstall the air filter into cover. Place the air
filter cover onto the brush cutter. Tighten the
air filter cover screw (B) securely.
A used air filter can never be completely
cleaned. It is advisable to replace your air filter
with a new one after six month of operation.
Make sure the cover and the support are
clean before fitting the new filter.
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Starter Unit
WARNING: The coil spring is
under tension and could fly apart
causing serious injuries. Never try
to disassemble or modify it.
Engine
Clean the cylinder fins with compressed air or
a brush periodically. Dangerous overheating
of engine may occur due to impurities on the
cylinder.
WARNING: Never run the machine
without all the parts, including
the starting housing, securely in
place.
Because parts can fracture and
pose a danger of thrown objects,
leave repairs to the flywheel and
clutch to trained Servicing Dealers.
Spark Plug
This engine uses a NGK CMR7H with .02”
(0.5 mm) electrode gap (Fig. 24). Use an
exact replacement and replace every six
months or more frequently, if necessary.
MAINTENANCE
WARNING:
Never
test
the
ignition system with ignition wire
connector removed from spark
plug or with unseated spark plug,
since uncontained sparking may
cause a fire. A loose connection
between spark plug terminal and
ignition wire connector in the
boot may create arcing that could
ignite combustible fumes and
cause a fire.
Use only resistor type spark plugs of the
approved range.
Factors such as:
- too much oil in fuel mix;
- dirty air filter;
- unfavourable running conditions, e.g.
operating at part load;
may result in rapid deterioration of the spark
plug.
Muffler
WARNING! – This muffler is fitted
with a catalytic converter needed
for the engine to be in compliance
with the emissions requirements.
Never modify or remove the
catalytic converter: failure to do
so is a violation of law.
WARNING! – Mufflers fitted with
catalytic converters get very hot
during use and remain so for
some time after stopping. This
also applies at idle speed. Contact
can result in burns to the skin.
Remember the risk of fire!
CAUTION! – If the catalytic
converter is damaged it should
be replaced. If the muffler is
frequently blocked, this can be a
sign that the performance of the
catalytic converter is impaired.
Spark Arresting Muffler (Fig. 25)
WARNING: A faulty or altered
spark arrester system screen can
create a fire hazard.
Through normal use the screen can become
dirty and should be inspected weekly and
cleaned as required.
To clean:
• Allow the muffler to cool.
• Remove the muffler cover (A).
• Remove the six (6) deflector screws (B).
• Remove the deflector (C), the gasket (D)
and spark arrester (E).
• Clean and inspect the spark arrester
screen. If the spark arrester screen is
damaged, faulty or deteriorated, replace
the screen.
• Reassemble components in reversed order
of removal and torque the screw to 40 in/
lbs (4.5 Nm).
WARNING: If the spark arrester
screen is damaged, faulty or
deteriorated, replace the screen
or entire muffler assembly.
The Spark Arrester System needs a periodic
and accurate maintenance and cleaning, in
particular:
- check periodically the spark arrester
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MAINTENANCE
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screen and substitute it when holes, bends
or deformations appear;
- check carefully if dust, debris or organic
material is in contact with parts of the
Spark Arrester System; clean it often with
tools or shop air.
If the screen needs to be replaced, please
order the whole inner part p.n. 61370017R
(E) and 58070144R (D).
WARNING: Do not operate your
brush cutter if the muffler is
damaged, missing or modified. An
improperly maintained muffler
will increase the risk of fire and
hearing loss.
Bevel Gear
Fill with grease using the correct tube to the
level of the lower lip of the access hole (D, Fig.
8). Do not use more than 0.02 lb (10 grams).
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CAUTION: do not use a grease
gun. The high pressure can
damage the bearings and seals.
Use high quality molybdenum bisulphide
grease.
Guard
WARNING: If the cutting tool or
deflector becomes clogged or
stuck, always turn off the engine
and make sure the cutting tool
has stopped before cleaning.
Grass, weeds, etc. should be
cleaned off the cutting tool at
regular intervals.
Replace guard if damaged.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Using Troubleshooting Chart
WARNING: Always stop unit and disconnect spark plug before performing all of the
recommended remedies below except remedies that require operation of the unit.
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When you have checked all the possible causes listed and you are still experiencing the problem,
see your Servicing Dealer. If you are experiencing a problem that is not listed in this chart, see your
Servicing Dealer for service.
PROBLEM
Engine will not start or will run only a few
seconds after starting.
POSSIBLE CAUSE
SOLUTION
1. Check Spark. Remove spark plug
cover. Remove spark plug from
cylinder. Reattach the spark plug wire
and lay spark plug on top of cylinder.
Pull the starter rope and watch for
spark at spark plug tip. If there is no
spark, repeat test with a new spark
plug (CMR7H).
2. With the ignition switch off, remove
spark plug. Move choke lever to Run
position and pull starter cord 15 to
20 times. This will clear excess fuel
from engine. Clean and reinstall
spark plug. Pull starter three times
with choke lever at run. If engine does
not start, move choke lever to choke
and repeat normal starting procedure.
If engine still fails to start, repeat
procedure with a new spark plug.
1. No spark
2. Flooded engine.
Engine starts but will not accelerate
properly:
Carburetor requires
adjustment.
“L”
(Low
jet)
* Contact a Servicing Dealer
carburetor adjustment.
for
Engine starts but will not run properly at
high speed.
Carburetor requires
adjustment.
“H”
(High
jet)
* Contact a Servicing Dealer
carburetor adjustment.
for
Engine does not reach full speed and / or
emits excessive smoke
1. Check oil fuel mixture.
2. Air filter dirty.
3. Spark arrester screen dirty.
4. Carburetor requires “H” (High jet)
adjustment.
1. Use fresh fuel and the correct 2-cycle
oil mix.
2. Clean per instructions in MaintenanceAir Filter Section.
3. Clean per instructions in MaintenanceSpark Arresting Muffler Section.
4. * Contact a Servicing Dealer for
carburetor checking.
Engine starts, runs, and accelerates but
will not idle.
Carburetor requires adjustment.
Turn idle speed screw “T” clockwise to
increase idle speed. (If cutting attachment
turns at idle, turn idle speed screw “T”
counterclockwise to decrease speed);
see Operation-Carburetor Adjustment.
Cutting attachment running incorrectly
and with high vibration
1. Cutting attachment damaged.
2. Cutting
attachment
incorrectly
assembled.
1. Replace the cutting attachment.
2. Reassemble the cutting attachment
with care.
Engine starts and runs, but cutting
attachment is not rotating
1. Cutting
attachment
assembled.
1. Refer to Assembly-Assembling the
cutting attachment Section.
2. Replace if necessary - contact a
Servicing Dealer.
3. Replace if necessary - contact a
Servicing Dealer.
WARNING: Never touch the
blade while the engine is
running.
2. Bevel gear damaged.
3. Clutch drum damaged.
incorrectly
*Note: This engine complies with EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) regulations which require exhaust emission control.
If your unit exhibits specific performance problems that can not be corrected by the Trouble Shooting Section, the unit should be
taken to a Servicing Dealer for repair.
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STORAGE
WARNING: Stop engine and allow to cool, and secure the unit before storing or
transporting in a vehicle. Store unit and fuel in an area where fuel vapors cannot
reach sparks or open flames from water heaters, electric motors or switches, furnaces,
etc. Store unit with all guards in place. Position so that any sharp object cannot
accidentally cause injury to passersby. Store the unit out of reach of children and
other unauthorized persons.
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1. Drain and clean the fuel tank in a well ventilated area.
2. Drain all fuel from tank into a container approved for gasoline. Run engine until it stops. This will
remove all fuel-oil mix which could become stale and leave varnish and gum in the fuel system.
3. Clean all foreign material from the brush cutter. Keep away from corrosive agents such as garden
chemicals and de-icing salts.
4. Abide by all Federal and local regulations for the safe storage and handling of gasoline. Excess fuel
should be used in other 2-cycle engine powered equipment.
CAUTION: It is important to prevent gum deposits from forming in essential fuel
system parts such as the carburetor, fuel filter, fuel hose, or fuel tank during storage.
Alcohol blended fuels (called gasohol or E10 or using ethanol, methanol) can attract
moisture which leads to fuel mixture separation and formation of acids during storage.
Acidic gas can damage the engine.
TECHNICAL DATA
DS 2200 TR - DS 2200 S - DS 2200 T
DS 2400 S - DS 2400 T
ENGINE:
Displacement:
Bore:
Stroke:
1.32 cu. in (21.7 cc)
1.36 in (32 mm)
1.10 in (27 mm)
ENGINE:
Displacement:
Bore:
Stroke:
1.32 cu. in (21.7 cc)
1.36 in (32 mm)
1.10 in (27 mm)
PERFORMANCE:
Idle Speed:
WOT (With Blade):
Power:
2,800 RPM
10,500 RPM (TR - 9,000 RPM)
1.1 HP/0.82 kW (8,500 RPM)
PERFORMANCE:
Idle Speed:
WOT (With Blade):
Power:
2,800 RPM
10,500 RPM
1.2 HP/0.9 kW (8,500 RPM)
FUEL AND OIL SYSTEMS:
Carburetor:
Multi Position Diaphragm Carburetor
Fuel Tank Capacity: 13.5 fl. oz. (400 ml)
Fuel Mix:
See Operation-Fueling Section
IGNITION SYSTEM:
Spark Plug:
NGK CMR7H
Spark Plug Gap:
0.02 in. (0.5 mm)
MUFFLER:
Catalytic Converters: present
Spark Arrester System: present
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SOMMAIRE
fr
35
35
36
38
39
39
40
40
40
41
42
42
42
44
44
44
44
46
47
48
50
51
52
52
57
58
60
60
60
60
61
61
61
61
62
62
63
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CARACTÉRISTIQUES TECHNIQUES
DS 2200 - DS 2400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
-
fr
35
fr
fr
RÈGLES DE SÉCURITÉ
•
fr
•
•
•
Manipulation du carburant
•
•
•
•
•
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Potections
p.n.
p.n.
1
63110001
61370122
Protection en plastic
2
63102001
3
63122001
61370051
61370155
61370051
61370155
61370051
Protection en plastic
Protection en plastic
Modèle
DS 2200 TR
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
DS 2200 S - T
4
63019019
61370155
5
63019008A
61370155
6
4095567AR
61370155
Protection en plastic *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
7
4095673AR
61370155
Protection en plastic *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
8
4095638AR
61370155
Protection en plastic *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
9
4095681R
61370155
Protection en plastic *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
10
4095563AR
61370155
Protection en plastic *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
11
4095565AR
61370155
Protection en plastic *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
12
4095065AR
61370155
Protection en plastic *
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
61370051
Protection en plastic
Protection en plastic
DS 2400 S - T
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
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dispositifs
de
fr
43
fr
fr
fr
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FONCTIONNEMENT
Alimentation en carburant
MISE EN GARDE : N’UTILISEZ PAS
D’HUILE POUR AUTOMOBILE OU
D’HUILE POUR MOTEUR DEUX
TEMPS DE HORS-BORD.
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FONCTIONNEMENT
•
fr •
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
50
fr
fr
52
fr
fr
•
•
•
•
•
55
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FONCTIONNEMENT
fr
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X
X
X
X
Nettoyage
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Resserrage
Nettoyage
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Nettoyage
Nettoyage
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
fr
X
Inspection
Filtre du carburant
X
X
Selon besoins
X
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•
•
•
•
•
•
fr
fr
fr
fr
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CARACTÉRISTIQUES TECHNIQUES
DS 2200 TR - DS 2200 S - DS 2200 T
DS 2400 S - DS 2400 T
1.32 cu. in (21.7 cc)
1.36 in (32 mm)
1.10 in (27 mm)
1.32 cu. in (21.7 cc)
1.36 in (32 mm)
1.10 in (27 mm)
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ÍNDICE
es
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68
69
70
70
71
71
72
72
73
73
74
75
75
75
76
77
78
79
81
82
83
84
88
89
90
91
91
91
92
92
92
93
93
93
94
95
DATOS TÉCNICOS
DS 2200 - DS 2400 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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IDENTIFICACIÓN DEL PRODUCTO
Componentes de la desbrozadora (Fig. 1)
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Protectores
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63110001
61370122
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63102001
61370051
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63122001
61370051
63019019
61370051
63019008A
61370051
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4095567AR
61370155
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
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4095673AR
61370155
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
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4095638AR
61370155
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
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4095681R
61370155
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
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4095563AR
61370155
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
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4095565AR
61370155
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
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4095065AR
61370155
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
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61370155
61370155
61370155
61370155
DS 2200 TR
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
DS 2200 S - T
DS 2400 S - T
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ADVERTENCIA: No utilice nunca
una desbrozadora que esté
dañada, que esté mal ajustada
o que no esté montada por
completo y de forma segura.
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FUNCIONAMIENTO
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MANTENIMIENTO
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Cada 6
meses
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X
Limpiar
Filtro de combustible
Mensualmente
Semanalmente
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X
Limpiar
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Tras cada parada
de repostaje
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X
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X
Sustituir
Limpiar o sustituir
Inspeccionar
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X
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X
Cada 6
meses
X
Volver a apretar
Limpiar
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X
X
X
X
Filtro de aire
Sustituir
Aletas del cilindro
Limpiar
Nettoyage
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X
X
Sustituir
Carburador
Bujía
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X
X
Sustituir
X
Cada 6
meses
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X
X
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MANTENIMIENTO
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MANTENIMIENTO
Amortiguador de
chispas (Fig. 25)
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CAUSA POSIBLE
1. No hay chispa.
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DATOS TÉCNICOS
DS 2200 TR - DS 2200 S - DS 2200 T
DS 2400 S - DS 2400 T
21.7 cc (1.32 pulgadas cúbicas)
32 mm (1.36 pulgadas)
27 mm (1.10 pulgadas)
21.7 cc (1.32 pulgadas cúbicas)
32 mm (1.36 pulgadas)
27 mm (1.10 pulgadas)
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DS 2200 - DS 2400 (1.32 cu.in)
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WARNING: To ensure safe and correct operation of the brush cutter, this
operator’s manual should always be kept with or near the machine. Do not
lend or rent your brush cutter without the operator’s instruction manual.
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MANUEL D’UTILISATION ET D’ENTRETIEN
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MANUAL DE INSTRUCCIONES
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EMAK s.p.a. - Member of the YAMA group
42011 BAGNOLO IN PIANO (REGGIO EMILIA) ITALY
EMAK U.S.A. - http://www.emak.us
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OPERATOR’S INSTRUCTION MANUAL
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