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Poulan U4000C

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Category: Garden Tools

If the blade does not turn when you squeeze the throttle trigger of the powerhead, make sure the attachment is fully inserted into the coupler. Always release the throttle trigger and allow powerhead engine to return to idle speed when not cutting. The blade should not turn while the engine is running at idle. If the blade turns at idle, do not use your unit. Refer to the CARBURETOR ADJUSTMENT section of the powerhead manual or contact your authorized service dealer. S Maintain good firm footing

Poulan TRIOBRAKE EVA-2082S/1220

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Category: Chainsaws

! WARNING! Overexposure to vibration can lead to circulatory damage or nerve damage in people who have impaired circulation. Contact your doctor if you experience symptoms of overexposure to vibration. Such symptoms include numbness, loss of feeling, tingling, pricking, pain, loss of strength, changes in skin colour or condition. These symptoms normally appear in the fingers, hands or wrists. These symptoms may be increased in cold temperatures. Stop switch Use the stop switch to switch off the

Poulan TRIOBRAKE 353

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Category: Chainsaws

Chain brake and front hand guard Your chain saw is equipped with a chain brake that is designed to stop the chain if you get a kickback.The chain brake reduces the risk of accidents, but only you can prevent them. English – 7 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Take care when using your saw and make sure the kickback zone of the bar never touches any object. • The chain brake (A) can either be activated manually (by your left hand) or automatically by the inertia release mechanism. A B E •This movement a

Poulan TOUGH RTNR80

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Category: Garden Tools

Poulan TOUGH RTNR72

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Category: Garden Tools

Poulan TOUGH RTNR60

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Category: Garden Tools

Poulan TB5018CC, TB5020CC

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Category: Chainsaws

NOTE: If chain is difficult to rotate on guide bar or if it binds, too much tension has been applied. This requires minor adjustment as follows: A. Loosen the bar retaining nut so it is finger tight. Decrease tension by turning the bar adjustment screw CLOCKWISE slowly. Move chain back and forth on bar. Continue to adjust until chain rotates freely, but fits snugly. Increase tension by turning bar adjustment screw COUNTERCLOCKWISE. B. When saw chain has proper tension, hold nose of bar in upperm

Poulan TB4516CC

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Category: Chainsaws

Start making the upper notch cut (C) on the side of the tree facing the felling direction (E). Be sure you don t make the lower cut too deep into the trunk. The notch (C) should be deep enough to create a hinge (F) of sufficient width and strength. The notch should be wide enough to direct the fall of the tree for as long as possible. OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS Fig. 11 LIMBING Limbing a tree is the process of removing the branches from a fallen tree. Do not remove supporting l

Poulan TB3516NT

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Category: Chainsaws

1501 SPRING, BRAKE 1 55 MC-6011-211502 POWER CORD 1 21 MC-6073-211501 GEAR 1 56 MC-6043-840001 STRAIN RELIEF 22 MC-6059-210201 ADJUSTMENT COVER 1 57 MC-6059-855001 CORD GUARD 1 23 MC-6115-211502 PIN 1 58 MC-6012-211501 RUBBER STOP 24 MC-6154-211502 CONNECTION 1 59 MC-6024-211506 SPRING 1 25 MC-6CG-9.5 C RING 1 60 MC-6PC05-14.7 PIN 26 MC-6014-210502 WASHER 1 61 MC-6PC4.4-35 PIN 1 27 MC-6228-210104 GEAR BEARING ASS'Y 1 62 MC-6SQAB-04-06 SCREW 28 MC-6077-211501 COVER 1 6

Poulan TB3516

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Category: Chainsaws

You can check the oil tank level using the inspection slot (D) provided on the right side of the saw. The tank is full when oil is at the top of the slot (Fig. 25). D Fig. 25 Never starve the bar CAUTION: and chain of lubrication oil. Running the saw DRY or with TOO LITTLE OIL will decrease cutting efficiency, shorten chain saw life, and cause rapid dulling of the chain and excessive wear of the bar from overheating. Too little is evidenced by smoke or bar discoloration. NOTE: The saw chain stre





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