John Deere PA01187 CS81 manual

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    JOHN DEERE WORLDWIDE COMMERCIAL & CONSUMER EQUIPMENT DIVISION OM PS04120 Revision C Chain Saws O[...]

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    All information, illustrations and specifications in this manual may vary according to Country requi[...]

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    3 English TABLE OF CONTENTS Product Identification Chain Saw Components .........................[...]

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    4 English 10 5 2 1 11 3 6 7 4 12 9 8 PRODUCT IDENTIFICATION Chain Saw Components 17 16 15 18 19 14 [...]

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    5 English The SAFE-T-TIP ® Nose Guard on your bar nose prevents kickback. DANGER! Beware of Kic[...]

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    6 English WARNING KICKBACK WARNING KICKBACK occurs when the moving chain contacts an object at th[...]

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    7 English Safety Apparel • Wear snug fitting clothing. Do not wear scarves, jewelry, neckties, [...]

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    8 English A Understanding Your Chain Saw Safety Devices Safe-T-Tip® Anti-Kickback Nose Guard The S[...]

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    9 English Assembling the Bar and Chain 1. Ensure that the chain brake is not set by pulling the ch[...]

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    10 English 9. Replace the clutch cover ( C ) and install the two (2) bar nuts ( B ). Tighten the b[...]

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    11 English OPERATION Chain Tension CAUTION Chain tensioned while warm, may be too tight upon co[...]

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    12 English Fueling This product is powered by a 2-cycle engine and requires pre- mixing gasoline an[...]

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    13 English • Place the chain saw on level ground and ensure that no objects or obstructions are[...]

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    14 English OPERATION Chain Brake Operation Refer to Safety-Chain Brake Section before use. The chai[...]

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    15 English OPERATION Preparation for Cutting Proper Grip on Handles Refer to Safety Section for ap[...]

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    16 English OPERATION A B B Tree Felling Unusual Hazardous Tree Felling Conditions • Do not fell [...]

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    17 English Bucking Bucking is the term used for cutting a fallen tree to the desired log length. ?[...]

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    18 English OPERATION Limbing and Pruning • Work slowly, keeping both hands on the saw with a firm[...]

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    19 English MAINTENANCE Maintenance Chart[...]

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    20 English MAINTENANCE A Chain Maintenance Use only Dual Raker low-kickback chain on this saw. This[...]

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    21 English Guide Bar Maintenance Every day of use, reverse the guide bar on the saw to distribute [...]

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    22 English Air Filter Loosen the two air filter screws ( G ) by turning counterclockwise, remove a[...]

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    23 English MAINTENANCE Spark Arresting Muffler The muffler is equipped with a spark arrester scree[...]

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    24 English B Chain Brake If the chain brake does not work properly, remove the clutch cover and cle[...]

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    25 English BAR AND CHAIN COMBINATIONS Recommended Bar and Chain Combinations For 3/8 Pitch Chain ([...]

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    26 English TROUBLESHOOTING PROBLEM POSSIBLE CAUSE SOLUTION 1. Check Spark. Remove air filter cove[...]

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    27 English STORAGE (1 month or longer) Storing Chain Saw (1 month or longer) 1. Drain all fuel fro[...]

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    28 English WARRANTY John Deere - Limited Warranty The manufacturer warrants to the original retail [...]

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    29 English WARRANTY John Deere Federal Emission Design and Defect Limited Warranty Utility and Law[...]

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    30 English NOTES[...]

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    31 Les français JOHN DEERE WORLDWIDE COMMERCIAL & CONSUMER EQUIPMENT DIVISION Merci d ’ avo[...]

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    32 Les français T ABLE DES MA TIÈRES Description du produit Composants de la tronçonneuse ...[...]

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    33 Les français 10 5 2 1 11 3 6 7 4 12 9 8 17 16 15 18 19 14 13 20 DESCRIPTION DU PRODUIT Composa[...]

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    34 Les français Réglementation régionale et locale Cette tronçonneuse est équipée d ’ un si[...]

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    35 Les français AVERTISSEMENT REBOND DU GUIDE-CHAÎNE LE REBOND DU GUIDE-CHAÎNE se produit lo[...]

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    36 Les français A A A B Vêtements de sécurité • Porter des vêtements ajustés. Ne pas porter[...]

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    37 Les français A Comprendre les dispositifs de sécurité de l ’ appareil Protection anti-rebo[...]

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    38 Les français L E B C P D Q H J N F M K A E G F Assemblage du guide-chaîne et de la chaîne 1.[...]

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    39 Les français R T C B S U V W - + G 9. Remettre en place le capot de l ’ embrayage ( C ) et [...]

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    40 Les français C B F E A .050 (1.25 mm) .050 (1.25 mm) D G Griffes AVERTISSEMENT Votre tron[...]

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    41 Les français Remplissage en carburant Cet appareil est entraîné par un moteur 2 temps qui n?[...]

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    42 Les français A C D F H G J E B L K • Placer la tronçonneuse sur une surface plane et s ?[...]

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    43 Les français H L T D C UTILISATION Utilisation du frein de chaîne Voir la section Sécurité[...]

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    44 Les français C UTILISATION Préparatifs pour la coupe Comment tenir les poignées Voir la secti[...]

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    45 Les français UTILISATION A B B Abattage d ’ un arbre Conditions particulièrement dangereu[...]

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    46 Les français E D A C B UTILISATION E Racines échasses Une racine échasse est une grande racin[...]

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    47 Les français A Tronçonnage par le bas Commencer par le dessous de la bille en exerçant une l[...]

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    48 Les français ENTRETIEN Calendrier d ’ entretien[...]

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    49 Les français ENTRETIEN A Entretien de la chaîne N ’ utiliser sur cette tronçonneuse que de[...]

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    50 Les français Entretien du guide-chaîne Après chaque jour d ’ utilisation, inverser la posit[...]

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    51 Les français B A D E C F G I H Filtre à air Dévisser les deux vis du filtre à air ( G ) da[...]

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    52 Les français A C A B 0.02" (0.5mm) RCJ-7Y Silencieux avec pare-étincelles Le silencieux e[...]

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    53 Les français B B C A D Frein de chaîne Retirer le capot de l ’ embrayage et nettoyer les co[...]

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    54 Les français COMBINAISONS DE GUIDE-CHAÎNE ET DE CHAÎNE Combinaisons recommandées de guide-ch[...]

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    55 Les français T H L LOCALISATION DES PANNES PROBLÈME CAUSE POSSIBLE SOLUTION 1. Vérifier la[...]

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    56 Les français ENTREPOSAGE (un mois ou plus) Entreposage de la tronçonneuse (un mois ou plus) 1.[...]

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    57 Les français GARANTIE Produit John Deere - Garantie limitée Le fabricant garantit à l ’ ac[...]

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    58 Les français GARANTIE John Deere Garantie fédérale limitée contre les vices de fabrication e[...]

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    59 Les français Étape n o 1 Se référer au manuel de l ’ utilisateur A. Il contient de nom[...]

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    60 Les français REMARQUE[...]

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    61 Españoles Motosierras MANUAL DEL OPERADOR JOHN DEERE WORLDWIDE COMMERCIAL & CONSUMER EQUIP[...]

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    62 Españoles INDICE Identificación del producto Componentes de la motosierra ...................[...]

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    63 Españoles 10 5 2 1 11 3 6 7 4 12 9 8 17 16 15 18 19 14 13 20 1. - Bloqueo del activador del re[...]

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    64 Españoles El dispositivo SAFE-T-TIP® existente en el borde de la barra evita la tensión de re[...]

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    65 Españoles ADVERTENCIA ADVERTENCIA RELATIVA A LA TENSIÓN DE RETROCESO LA TENSIÓN DE RETROCE[...]

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    66 Españoles A A A B Reabastecimiento de combustible (¡PROHIBIDO FUMAR!) • Maneje el combustibl[...]

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    67 Españoles A Conocimiento de los dispositivos de seguridad de su motosierra Protección del bor[...]

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    68 Españoles L E B C P D Q H J N F M K A E G F Ensamblaje de la barra y la cadena 1. Asegúrese d[...]

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    69 Españoles R T C B S U V W - + G 9. Vuelva a colocar la cubierta del embrague ( C ) e instale [...]

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    70 Españoles C B F E A .050 (1.25 mm) .050 (1.25 mm) D G Púa para corte de troncos ADVERTENC[...]

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    71 Españoles Abastecimiento de combustible Este producto cuenta con un motor de 2 ciclos y requie[...]

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    72 Españoles A C D F H G J E B L K • Coloque la motosierra sobre un terreno nivelado y asegú[...]

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    73 Españoles H L T D C Operación del freno de la cadena Consulte la sección Seguridad – Freno[...]

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    74 Españoles C OPERACIÓN Preparación para el corte Agarre adecuado de las empuñaduras Consulte [...]

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    75 Españoles OPERACIÓN A B B Caída de árboles Condiciones de peligro inusuales relativas a ca[...]

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    76 Españoles D A C B OPERACIÓN E NOTA: Cuando efectúe el corte de un tronco o provoque la caída[...]

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    77 Españoles OPERACIÓN A Corte del tronco por la parte inferior Empiece por la parte inferior de[...]

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    78 Españoles MANTENIMIENTO Tabla de mantenimiento[...]

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    79 Españoles A E F F E D C B MANTENIMIENTO Mantenimiento de la cadena Utilice únicamente cadena[...]

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    80 Españoles Mantenimiento de la barra de guía Dele la vuelta a la barra de guía de la sierra ca[...]

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    81 Españoles B A D E C F G I H Filtro del aire Afloje los dos tornillos del filtro del aire ( G [...]

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    82 Españoles A C A B 0.02" (0.5mm) RCJ-7Y Silenciador con apagachispas El silenciador se encu[...]

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    83 Españoles B B C A D Bomba del aceite (automática/ajustable) El ajuste del flujo es efectuado [...]

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    84 Españoles 20 pulg. ............. UPR20J1LJ ............................... UPJ1L272D .......[...]

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    85 Españoles T H L RESOLUCIÓN DE PROBLEMAS PROBLEMA POSIBLE CAUSA SOLUCIÓN 1. Compruebe la ch[...]

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    86 Españoles ALMACENAMIENTO (1 mes o más) Almacenamiento de la motosierra (1 mes o más) 1. Viert[...]

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    87 Españoles GARANTÍA John Deere - Garantía limitada El fabricante garantiza al comprador origi[...]

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    88 Españoles GARANTÍA John Deere Garantía limitada de carácter federal relativa a diseño y def[...]

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    89 Españoles Primer paso Consulte el manual del operador A. Tiene muchas ilustraciones e informac[...]

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    90 Españoles NOTAS[...]

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    Step 1 Refer to your operator's manual A. It has many illustrations and detailed information on[...]

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    2/22/2001/Rev. C WORLDWIDE COMMERCIAL & CONSUMER EQUIPMENT DIVISION 4401 Bland Road, Suite 200 R[...]