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ARNING:
Do not
let
brake
fluids,
gasoline,
petroleum-based
products,
penetrating
oils,
etc.,
come
|
in contact
with
plastic
part&
These
chemicals
may
damage,
weaken
and
destroy
plastic,
which
may
1
result
in serious
personal
injury.
CLEANING
INSTRUCTIONS
1.
Stop
the
engine
and
wait
for all moving
parts
to
stop.
Cylinder
Fins
2.
Allow
the
unit
to coo!.
3.
Slacken
the chain
!f it was
retensioned
at operating
temperature
during
cutting
work.
The chain
contracts
as
it cools
down.
If it is
not
slackened,
it may
damage
the gearbox
and
bearings.
4.
Wipe
the
unit
down
with
a damp
cloth.
Do not douse
the
unit
with
water.
Do
not use
solvents
or strong
detergents.
If preparing
the
unit
for long-term
storage
(three
months
or more),
remove
the
chain
and
guide
bar, then
clean
the
unit thoroughly
with
a damp
cloth.
A firm-bristled,
non-wire,
brush
can
be used
to
remove
debris
from
the
bar groove
and
assembly.
When
finished,
reassemble
the
unit.
Refer
to
Removing!Replacing
the
Guide
Bar
and
Chain.
Fig.54
5.
Debris
must
be removed
from
the cylinder
fins on a regular
basis
to
reduce
the
risk of damage
to
the unit
and
personal
injury
from
fire.
Use
compressed
air, at 40 PSI or !ower,
to blow
debris
from
the
cylinder
fins
(Fig. 54).
A!ways
wear
safety
goggles!glasses
when
cleaning
the cylinder
fins with
compressed
ain Use a small
wire
brush
to
dislodge
stubborn
debris.
Do not
use water
or solvents
on the
cylinder
fins.
If there
is a significant
amount
of debris
that
remains
after
cleaning,
have the
cylinder
fins
cleaned
by an authorized
service
dealer.
6.
Spray
the guide
bar
and
chain
with
corrosion
inhibiting
oil
STORAGE
INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE:
!t is normal
for oil to seep
from
the
unit
when
it is not
in use.
Please
take
this
into
consideration
when
storing
the
unit.
1.
Follow
the
Cleaning
Instructions
listed
above.
2.
Attach
the scabbard
to the
guide
bar and
chain.
3.
Store
the
unit
in a dry,
high
and/or
locked
location,
out
of the
reach of
children
and
other
unauthorized
persons.
Always
store
the unit
and
fuel
in a cool,
weIFventilated
space
where
fuel
vapors
cannot
reach
sparks
or open
flames
from
water
heaters,
electric
motors
or switches,
furnaces,
etc.
Never
store
the
unit,
with
fuel
in the tank,
inside
a building
where
fumes
may reach
an open
flame
or spark.
Long-term
Storage
Instructions
In addition
to the
standard
storage
instructions
described
above,
perform
the following
steps
when
storing
the unit
for 30 days
or more:
1.
Drain
the fuel
tank
by
running
the unit
dry.
Alternatively,
tip
the
engine
housing/fuel
tank over
to
pour
the fuel
mixture
into
a
suitable
container
and
then
run the
engine
until
it stops
in
order
to
remove
fuel
from
the
carburetor.
2.
Allow
the
engine
to
cool.
3.
Remove
the
spark
plug.
Refer
to
Inspecting/Adjusting!Replacing
the Spark
Plug=
4.
Pour
1 teaspoon
or clean
2-cycle
oil
into the
combustion
chamber
(Fig.
55). Pull the
starter
rope
slowly
several
times
to
coat the
internal
components.
5.
Replace
the
spark
plug.
_ig.55
Removing
a
Unit
From
Long-term
Storage
1.
Remove
the
spark
plug.
2.
Pull
the starter
rope
briskly
to
clear
excess
oiI from
the
combustion
chamber.
3.
Clean
and
gap,
or replace,
the spark
plug.
4.
Prepare
the
unit for
operation.
CAUSE
SOLUTION
o
_
0 =
,=
."
he
_
e
o =
The
carburetor
mixture
adjustment
setting
is incorrect
Have
the
carburetor
adjusted
by
an
authorized
service
center
The fuel
tank is empty
The choke
lever
is in the
wrong
position
The
air
fi!ter is
dirty
The air filter is plugged
The fuel
is old and!or
improperly
mixed
Fill the
fuel tank
with
properly
mixed
fuel
Q
Move
the choke
lever
to Position
2
Clean
the
air filter
Clean
or replace
the air filter
O_D
Drain
the fuel
tank
and
add
fresh,
properly
mixed
fuel
iii
ii_ii
The spark
plug
is fouled
Clean,
gap
or replace
the spark
plug
iiii
The spark
arrestor
screen
is plugged
Clean
the
spark
arrestor
screen
The fuel
mixture
!s incorrect
D
=,=
,
D
,
,_
"
=
e
The bar
lube reservoir
is empty
The oil flow
from
the automatic
oiler
to low
Drain
the fuel
tank
and
add
fresh,
properly
mixed
fue!
!
ii{i
i
i
'i:_
Refill
the
bar lube
reservoir
.......
increase
the oil flow
from
the automatic
oiler
,
DO
0
_0
'
€"
=
The guide
bar
and
chain
are assembled
incorrectly
Refer
to
Removing/Replacing
the Guide
Bar and
Chain
The drive
assembly
is damaged
Refer
to
Service
Information
The chain
is on backwards
Reverse
the direction
of the
chain
NOTE:
For repairs
beyond
the
minor
adjustments
listed
above,
locate
your
nearest
authorized
service
center
by
calling
the Customer
Support
Department
at 1=866-206=2707
(U.S.)
or t=877=696_5533
(Canada},
Engine
Type
.....................................................................
Air-Cooled,
2-Cycle
Displacement
......................................................................
55 cc (3.36 cu
in)
Idle
Speed
..............................................................................
2,800
rpm
Operating
Speed
.........................................................................
8,500
rpm
Ignition
Type
.............................................................................
Electronic
ignition
Switch
.........................................................................
Slide
Switch
Starter
.....................................................................
AST Starting
Auto
Rewind
Throttle
Control
....................................................................
Finger-Tip
Trigger
Throttle
.......................................................................
Manual
Spring
Return
Spark
Plug
Gap
..................................................................
0.025
in (0.635
ram)
Carburetor
...................................................................
Diaphragm,
AIFPosition
Muffler
..........................................................................
Baffled
with
Guard
Drive
Sprocket
.............................................................................
6-Tooth
Lubrication
........................................................................
Bar and
Chain
Oil
Bar
Lube
Reservoir
Capacity
...........................................................
6.8 fl oz (201
ml)
Fuel/Oil
Ratio
.................................................................................
40:1
Fuel Tank
Capacity
................................................................
16,6
fl oz (496.8
ml)
Cutting
Diameter
.....................................................................
36 in (91.4
cm)
Bar Length
..........................................................................
20 in (50.8
cm)
Chain
Pitch
..........................................................................
3/8
in (9.5 mm)
Chain
Gauge
.......................................................................
0.05
in (1.27 mm)
Approximate
Unit
Weight
(no fuel)
.......................................................
17.5
Ibs (7.9 kg)
*
All specifications
are
based
on the
latest
product
information
available
at the time
of printing.
We reserve
the
right
to make
changes
at any
time
without
notice.
REPLACEMENT
PARTS
Part
#
Description
753-06267
....................................
20-inch
Chain
753-06266
....................................
20-inch
Guide
Bar
783-06270
....................................
Bar Lube
Reservoir
Cap
753-06271
....................................
Bar-retaining
Nuts
753-06272
....................................
8 oz Bar and
Chain
Oil
Sample
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