Poulan 1000E manual
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ENGLISH ESP AÑOL FRANÇAIS W ARNING: Read and follow all Saf ety Rules and Oper ating Inst ructions before using this product. F ailure to do s o can result in serious injury . ADVERTENCIA: Lea el manual de instr ucciones y siga t odas las adv ertencias e instr ucciones de s eguridad. El no hac erlo puede r esultar en le - siones graves . A VERTIS[...]
2 SAFETY RULES W ARNING: When using gardening appliances, basi c safety precautions must al - ways be foll owed to reduce the r i sk of f ire and ser ious injury . Rea d and follow all instruc tions. This power unit can be dangerous ! Operator is respons ible for f ollowing inst ructions and warnings on unit and in manual. Read entire instruc tion [...]
3 extension cord before each use. If there is any damage, do not use until damage is re- paired by your authorized service dealer . S Do not pull or car ry by cord; do not use c ord as a handle, close a door on cord, or pul l cord around sharp edges or corners. Keep cord away from heated surfaces. Do not unplug by pulling on cord. T o unplug, grasp[...]
4 Allow blades t o stop before removi ng them from the c ut. W ARNING: Blades can throw objects violent ly . D Y ou can be blinded or injured. D Wear s afety glass es and boots. W ARNING: Hazard zone f or thrown objects . D Blades can throw objects viol ently . D Others c an be blinded or injured. D Keep people and ani mals 50 feet (15 m ) away. Bo[...]
5 AS SEMBL Y W ARNING: If recei ved as sembled, repeat all steps to ensure y our unit is p roperly assembl ed and all fas teners are s ecure. Exami ne part s for dam age. Do not use dam - aged parts. NOTE: If yo u need ass istance or find parts miss ing or damaged, call 1-800-554-6723. TOOLS REQUIRED S Hex wrench (prov ided) HANDLEBAR ASSEMBL Y DAN[...]
6 OPERATION KNOW YOUR EDGER A TT ACHMENT REA D THIS I NST RUCTI ON MA NUAL A ND SA FE TY RUL ES BE FORE OP ERATI NG YOUR EDG - ER A TT ACH MENT . Comp ar e the illustr ations with y our atta chm ent to familia riz e your self with the location of t he various controls and adjustments. Save this manual f or future r eference. Depth Adjus tment K nob[...]
7 4. Before us ing the unit , t ighten the k nob se- curely by turning c lockwise. INST ALLING A TT ACHMENT HANGER An attachment hanger is provided f or storage when att achment is not in us e. T o i nstall hanger on at tachment: 1. Remove the t ube cap from the attac hment (if present) and disc ard. 2. Press and hold the loc king/releas e but ton.[...]
8 MAINTENANCE W ARNING: Alway s s top unit and dis- connect s park plug wire (or disconnec t pow- erhead from power sourc e) before performing maintenanc e. CHECK FOR DAMAGED OR WORN P ARTS Contact an authoriz ed servi ce dealer for re- placement of dam aged or worn parts . S Blade Shiel d - - Discont inue use of edger if blade shield i s dam aged.[...]
9 STORAGE W ARNING: Perform the followi ng steps after each us e: S Allow attachm ent and gearbox t o cool be- fore st oring or transport ing. S Store attac hment with blade shield in place. Posit ion at tachment so that any sharp ob- ject c annot ac cidentall y c ause injury. S Store t he att achment in a dry, well venti - lated area out of t he r[...]