Poulan Pro 115259826 manual

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    ES350 ES350WT W ARNING: Read and f ollow all Safet y Rules and Operat ing I nst ruct ions before usi[...]

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    2 SA FETY RU LES WAR NI N G : When using electr ic gardeni ng appli ances, basic safet y pre- cauti [...]

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    3 S Keep the handles dry and clean and fr ee from oi l and grease. S Keep oil cap and fasteners secu[...]

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    4 GUARD AGAINST KICKBACK Fo llow a ll sa fety ru les to h elp a v oid k ick - back and o ther forces[...]

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    5 Right Hand Left Hand S Posit ion your l eft hand on the fr ont handlebar so it is in a str aight l[...]

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    6 Com puted k ic kba ck a ngl e (CKA ) T ab le BAR P/N Length CHAI N P/N 16 ″ MOD E L ES350 30 _ 9[...]

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    7 OPER A TION KNOW YOUR SA W READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERA TING YOUR CH[...]

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    8 GUIDE BAR AND CHA IN OI L The bar and chain requir e lubr icati on. The chain oi ler pr ovides l u[...]

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    9 S Remove dirt , stones, loose bark, nails, staples, and wi re from t he tree wher e cuts ar e to b[...]

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    10 Overcutt ing begins o n the top side of the log wi th the bot tom of t he saw against t he log. W[...]

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    11 LIM BIN G S Limb a tree only after i t is cut down. S Leave the l arger limbs underneath t he fel[...]

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    12 CHECK FOR LO OSE F AST ENERS AND P ARTS S Bar Clamp Nuts S Chain S Bar Adjust ing Screw CHECK CHA[...]

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    13 LUBRICA TION Bar O il Fill Cap S Check bar and chai n oil bef ore use and every 15 minut es while[...]

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    14 W rong Squared O f f Corner T oo Much H ook A ngle WAR NI N G : Main tain th e p rop er hook angl[...]

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    15 Insid e v iew of Bar Clamp Adjusting screw Ad ju sting p in Ad ju sting p in ho le 8. Secure the [...]

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    16 TROUBLE CAUSE REMEDY Chain does not move when tr igger swit ch is engaged . 1. Chain tensi on inc[...]

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    17 W ARRANTY ST A T EMENT Poulan , a divi sion of Husqvar na Con - sumer Out door Product s N.A. , I[...]