Poulan Pro 530164264 manual


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    ENGLI SH ESP AÑOL FRANÇAIS DANGER: Read and follow all Safety Rules and Ope rat ing I nst ruct ion[...]

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    2 IDENT IF ICA T ION OF SYM BOLS DANGE R! This brus hc utter can be dangerous ! Ca reles s or improp[...]

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    3 WAR NI N G: The blade continues to spin af ter throttle is releas ed or engine is turned off. The [...]

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    4 S Store unit so the blade cannot acc identally c aus e inj ur y. S Store unit indoors , out of rea[...]

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    5 Screw Mounting Bracket Handlebar Brac k et Cov er 1. Plac e the mounting brac k et ov er the up- p[...]

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    6 30 inche s (76 cm) HARNESS ADJUSTM ENT FOR BALANCE 6 inches (15 cm) below waist 4- -1 2 inc he s ([...]

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    7 ASSEMBL Y INFORMA TION - - WEED BLADE WEED BLADE NOTE: R emove t he trimmer h ead and pla st ic s [...]

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    8 Screwdriver 9. Tighten blade nut firmly with a wr ench while holding s cr ewdriv er in pos ition. [...]

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    9 3. While sec ur ely holding the upper shaft, pull the attac hment s tr aight out of t he coupler. [...]

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    10 T rimmi ng 3 inches (8 cm) above gr ound SCA LPIN G - - The s c alping tec hnique re- moves unwan[...]

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    11 Bring t he powerhead engine to c utting s peed before entering t he material to be c ut. If the b[...]

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    12 5. Wind the line ev enly and tightly onto the spool. Wind in the dir ect ion o f the arrows found[...]