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    ENGLISH ESP AÑOL FRANÇAIS W ARNING: Read and follow all Safety Rules and Oper ating Inst ruc tions bef ore using th is product . F ailure t o do so ca n result in serious inj ury . ADVERTENCIA: Lea el manual de instrucc iones y s iga t odas las ad vert encias e instr ucciones de s eguridad. El no hac erlo puede resultar en le - siones grav es. A [...]

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    2 TAB L E OF C O N T E N T S Identificat ion of Safety Symbols 2 Safety Rules 4 Asse mb ly 9 Operat ion 10 Maintenance 13 Serv ice & A djustments 14 Storage 16 Troubleshooting T able 17 Limited Warranty S tatement 18 Emiss ions St atement 18 ID ENTIF ICA TIO N OF SA FETY SYMB OLS WAR N I NG : This unit c an be dangerous! C areles s or improper [...]

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    3 ID ENTIF ICA TIO N OF SA FETY SYMB OLS When ser vic ing unit, use only identical replac ement parts . Nev er allow c hildren to operate this unit. Store unit indoors in a high, dry plac e out of the reach of childr en. Alway s stop unit and dis c onnect s park plug before c lean- ing or ser vic ing. WA R N I N G : Fir e hazard. Never mix , pour, [...]

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    4 OPTIONAL ATTACHME NTS Cutting attachme nt / guard, Powe rhead m odel Att achments T ype part no. Trimmer head TNG 7 537419214 / 530071824 Brus hcutt er attac hment PPB 4000C 95271 1828 Attachment s T ype Part no. Edger attac hment PPB1000E 95271 1825 Cultiv ator attac hment PPB2000T 95271 1826 Pruner attac hment PPB5000P 95271 1906 Pruner attac h[...]

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    5 S Us e only for jobs ex plained in this manual (or manuals for optional attachments ). UNIT / MAINTENANCE SAFETY S Dis connec t the s park plug before perform- ing maintenance ex c ept car buretor adjust- ments. S Look for and replac e damaged or loose parts before each us e. Look for and r epair fuel leak s before us e. Keep in good work ing con[...]

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    6 Handlebar EDGER SAFETY WAR N I NG : Inspec t the area to be edged before eac h use. Remov e objects (roc ks , br oken glas s, nails , wire, et c.) whic h can be thr own by the blade or c an wrap around the s haft. WAR N I NG : Blade rotates momen- tarily after the trigger is released or engine is turned off. The blade can serious ly c ut y ou or [...]

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    7 S Install r equired s hield properly before using the unit. U s e the metal shield for all metal blade use. WAR N I NG : Only us e br ushc utter at- tachment s that pr ovide a metal shield w ith probos cis nos e. Probos ci s nose S Us e only s pecified blade and make s ure it is properly ins talled and s ecur ely fast ened. S Cut fr om your left [...]

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    8 WAR N I NG : Falling objects c an caus e s ever e head injury . Wear head protec - tion when operat ing this unit w ith a pole pr un- er attac hment. WAR N I NG : T o prevent s erious inju- ry, do not use more than one boom ex tens ion with a pole pr uner attac hment. WAR N I NG : Keep the pruner aw ay from pow er lines or electric al w ires. S O[...]

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    9 ASSE MBL Y WAR N I NG : If receiv ed as sembled, repeat all steps to ensure y our unit is properly ass embled and all fas teners are sec ure. Ex amine parts for damage. Do not use dam- aged parts . NOTE: If y ou need as sis tanc e or find parts miss ing or damaged, c all 1-800- 554-6723. It is normal for t he fuel filter to r attle in the empty f[...]

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    10 OPER A TION KNOW YOUR TRIMMER READ THIS INSTRUCTIO N MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERA TING YO UR UNIT . Compare t he illus trations w ith y our unit to familiarize y ours elf with the loca tion of the vari ous contr ols and adjus tments . Sav e this manual for futur e refer enc e. Line limiter blade As sis t handle Starter handle Chok e leve[...]

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    11 moist ure abs orption int o the f uel/oil mix ture le adi ng to oil and fuel separat ion. HOW TO ST OP YOUR UNIT S Releas e the thrott le trigger . S Pus h and releas e the engine ON /STOP swit ch. The switch will a ut om at ical ly retu rn to the ON pos ition. Wait 5 s ec onds before at - tempting to res tar t uni t to all ow sw itc h to r eset[...]

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    12 2. Press an d hold the loc k ing/rel ease but ton. Lock ing/R elease Button Coupler U pper Shaft Attac hment 3. While sec urely holding the engine and upper s haft, pull the attac hment s traight out of the coupler. INST ALLING OPTI ONAL A TT ACH- MENTS 1. Remove the s haft c ap fr om the attach- men t (if present). 2. Position loc k ing/releas [...]

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    13 whic h can damage the tr immer head, become entangled in the line, or be thrown causing a ser ious hazard. S The tip of the line does t he cutting. Y ou will achiev e the bes t performanc e and minimum line wear by not c rowding the line into the cutti ng area. The right and wrong way s ar e show n below . Tip of the line does the c utting Righ [...]

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    14 INSPECT AND CLEAN UNIT AND LABELS S After eac h us e, inspec t c omplete unit for loose or damaged parts . Clean the unit and labels us ing a damp cloth w ith a mild deter- gent. S Wipe off unit with a c lean dry cloth. CLEAN AIR FIL TER A dirty air filt er decr eases engine perform- ance and inc reas es fuel c ons umption and harmful emis sions[...]

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    15 4. Replace w ith a pre- wound s pool, or re- place line us ing a 25 feet (8 meters ) length of 0.080 inc h (2 mm) diameter Poulan PR O br and line. WAR N I NG : Never use wir e, rope, str ing, etc ., whic h c an break off and become a dangerous mis sile. 5. When installing new line on an ex is ting spool, hold the s pool as s hown. 6. Bend the l[...]

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    16 REPLACING THE TRIMMER HEAD 1. Hold the dus t cup w ith a w rench t o keep the shaf t from tur ning while remov ing and installing t rimmer head. Dust Cup 2. Remove trimmer head by turning coun- terc lock wis e (look ing fr om bot tom of unit). 3. Thread replac ement tr immer head onto the shaf t by t urning c loc kw is e. Only tighten hand tight[...]

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    17 HE LPFUL T IP During s torage of your gas / oil mixtur e, the oil will s epa- rate from t he gas. We recommend that y ou shak e the gas can week ly to insur e proper blending of the gas and oil. ENGINE S Remov e spark plug and pour 1 t easpoon of 40 :1 , 2- cycle engine oil (air c ooled) thr ough the spar k plug opening. Slow ly pull the star te[...]

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    18 LIMI TED WA RRANTY Poulan PRO , a div ision of Hu s qv ar n a Cons umer O utdoor P roduc ts N. A., Inc ., wa r- rants to t he or iginal c ons umer pur c haser th at each new Poulan PRO brand gasoli ne tool or attac hment is free fr om defec ts i n mater ial and work mans hip and agr ees t o repair or repl ace under this war ranty any def ectiv e[...]

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    19 abuse, neglec t, improper maintenanc e, un- approv ed modific ations , or t he use of parts not made or approv ed by the original equip- ment manufacturer. Y ou a re re s ponsibl e for pres enting y our s mall off - - road engi ne t o an Poulan PR O authoriz ed r epair center as s oon as a pr oblem ex is ts. Warrant y r epairs s hould be complet[...]