Craftsman 316380900 user manual download

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Onlyusewedges
madeofwoodorplastic.
Donotusemetal
to
holdacutopen.
Follow
themanufacturer's
sharpening
andmaintenance
instructions
forthesawchain.
Onlyusereplacement
barsandchainspecified
bythe
manufacturer
ortheequivalent.
Theseareavailable
fromaSears
orother
qualified
service
dealer.
Useofanyunauthorized
parts
oraccessories
could
lead
toserious
injury
totheoperator
or
damage
totheunitandwillvoidthewarranty.
Usedevices
thatreduce
therisksassociated
withkickback,
suchaslow-kickback
chains,
guidebarnoseguards,
chain
brakes
andlow-kickback
guidebars.
Therearenoother
replacement
components
forachieving
kickback
protection
in
accordance
withCSAZ62.3.
Alow-kickback
sawchain
isachain
thathasmethekickback
performance
requirements
ofANSI/OPEl
B175.1-2012
when
testedaccording
totheprovisions
specified
inANSI/OPEl
B175.1-2012.
Alow-kickback
sawchain
isachain
thatisalso
in
accordance
withCSAZ62.3.
Donotuseareplacement
saw
chainunless
ithasmetthese
requirements
forthisspecific
model
orhasbeendesignated
asalow-kickback
replacement
sawchain
inaccordance
withANSI/OPEl
B175.1-2012.
Assaw
chainsaresharpened,
someofthelow-kickback
qualities
are
lostandextracaution
shouldbeused.
Donotinstall
abowguideonthisunit.Bowguides
have
larger
kickback
zones,
which
increase
thechance
ofkickback
and
serious
injury.
This
increase
isnotsignificantly
reduced
byusing
alow-kickback
sawchain.
Usingabowguideonthisunitis
extremely
dangerous.
OTHER SAFETY WARNINGS
Follow
all maintenance
instructions
in this manual.
All service,
other than the maintenance
procedures
described
in
this manual, should
be performed
by a Sears or other qualified
service dealer.
Do not use the unit if it is not working
correctly,
has been
dropped,
damaged,
left outdoors
or dropped
into water. Have
the unit serviced
by a Sears or other qualified
service dealer.
Before inspecting,
servicing,
cleaning,
storing, transporting
or
replacing
any parts on the unit:
1. Stop the unit.
2. Make sure all moving
parts have stopped.
3. Allow the unit to cool.
4. Disconnect
the spark plug wire.
Secure the unit while transporting.
Always
use the scabbard
on the guide bar and saw chain during
transportation
and storage.
Always
store the unit and fuel in a cool,
dry and well-ventilated
space. Do not store fuel, or a unit with fuel in the tank, indoors
where fumes
may reach open flames (pilot lights, etc.) or sparks
(switches,
electrical
motors,
etc.).
Store the unit in a dry place, secured
or at a height to prevent
unauthorized
use or damage.
Keep the unit out of the reach of
children.
Never douse or squirt the unit with water or any other liquid. Keep
handles dry, clean and free from debris, oil, fuel and grease. Clean
the unit after each use. Refer to
Cleaning and Storage.
Do not use
solvents or strong detergents.
Keep these instructions.
Refer to them often and use them to
instruct
other users. If you loan this unit to others,
also loan
them these instructions.
SAVE THESE
iNSTRUCTiONS
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