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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 15 Troubleshooting T able 16 Limited Warranty S tatement 17 Emiss ions St atement 17 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, Pow erhead m odel Att achments T y pe part. no. Trimmer head WE fix ed line 545053902 / 545003325 Brus hcutt er attac hment PPB4000C 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 Pr[...]

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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 c onnect the spar k plug befor e perfor ming maintenanc e ex c ept c arbur etor adjus tments . S Look fo r and replac e damaged o r l oose par ts before eac h us e. Look for and repair fuel leaks before us e. Keep in good wor kin[...]

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    6 Handlebar EDGER SAFETY WAR N I NG : Inspec t the area to be edged before eac h use. Remove objects (roc ks , br oken glas s, nails , wire, et c.) whic h can be thr own by the blade or c an w rap 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 Throw aw ay and r eplace blades that are bent, warped, c rac ked, br oken or damaged in any other way. S Install r equired s hield properly before using the unit. Us e the metal shield for all metal blade us e. O nly use br ushc utter attachment s that prov ide a metal shield with probos cis nose. Probos ci s nose S Us e only s pecified blade a[...]

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    8 WAR N I NG : Falling objects c an caus e s ever e head injury. Wear head pr otec- tion when operat ing this unit w ith a pole pr un- er attac hment. WAR N I NG : T o prevent serious injury , do not use more t han o ne boom ex tens ion w ith a pole prun er attac hment. WAR N I NG : Keep the pruner away from pow er lines or elec tric al w ires . S [...]

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    9 ASSE MBL Y WAR N I NG : If receiv ed as sembled, repeat all steps to ensure your 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 rattle in the empty fue[...]

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    10 ADJUSTING THE HANDLE WAR N I NG : When adjusting the han- dle, be sur e it remains abov e the s afety label and below the mark or arr ow on the s haft. 1. Loos en wing nut on handle. 2. R otate the handle on the s haft to an up- right pos ition; retight en wing nut. OPER A TION KNOW YOUR UNIT READ THIS INSTRUCTIO N MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE[...]

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    11 WAR N I NG : Alt ernativ e fuels ( not gas - oline) s uc h as E - - 15 (15% al cohol) , E - - 20 (20 % alcoh ol), E - - 85 (85% alc ohol) a re N O T clas s ified as gaso line and are N O T a pprov ed for use in 2- - s trok e gas oline engi nes. Us e of altern ative fuels w ill cau se pro blems s uc h as: i mproper clut ch enga gements , ov erhea[...]

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    12 1. Loos en the coupler by turning the k nob counter cloc k wis e. Attac hment Coupler Knob LOOS EN TIGHTEN 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 s ec urely holding the engine and upper s haft, pull the attac hment s traight out of the coupler. INST ALLING OPTI ONAL A[...]

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    13 Tip of the line does the c utting. Right W rong Line cr owded into work ar ea. S The line will easily remove gr ass and weeds from around walls , fences , trees and flower beds , but it als o c an cut the tender bark of trees or shrubs and scar fenc es. S For trimming or s c alping, use les s than full throttle to inc reas e line life and dec re[...]

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    14 S Fuel T ank - - Dis c ontinue use of unit if fuel tank show s signs of damage or leak s. S Debris S hield - - D isc ontinue us e of unit if debris shield is damaged. INSPECT AND CLEAN UNIT AND DECALS S After e ach us e, ins pec t c omplete unit for loose or damaged par ts . Clean the unit and decals us ing a dam p cloth w ith a mild deter- gent[...]

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    15 Screwdriver 3. While holding the s c rewdr iver in pos ition, remov e trimmer head by turning c lock - wis e (look ing from bottom of unit) . 4. Thr ead r eplacement tr immer head onto the shaf t by turning count erc lock wis e. Tighten until secur e. 5. R emove the s c rewdr iver. CARBURETO R IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT W ARNI NG: K eep others aw ay [...]

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    16 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 ter rope 8 to 10 times to dis tribute oil. S Replac e spark plug with new one of r ecom- mended type and heat range. S Clean air filt er . S Chec k entir e unit for loos e s cr ews, nuts , and bolt[...]

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    17 LIMI TED WA RRANTY Poulan PRO , a div ision of H u 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 to repair or repl ace under this war ranty any def ectiv e[...]

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    18 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- - r oad engine to 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 e[...]