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  • Page 1

    W ARNING: Read and f ollow all Safet y Rules and Operat ing I nstr uct ions before using t his product . Failure t o do s o can resul t in ser ious injur y . ADVERTENCIA: Lea el manual de inst ruc ciones y siga todas las adve rte ncias e instr ucciones de s eguridad. El no hacerlo puede result ar en lesiones graves . A VERTISSEMENT : Lire le manuel[...]

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    2 SAFE TY RULES WAR N I NG : When using electr ic gardeni ng appliances, basi c safet y pre- cautions must always be fol lowed t o re- duce the ri sk of fire, el ectr ic shock, and se rious injury . Re ad a nd follo w all in - str ucti ons. WAR N I NG : Always disconnect unit fr om p ower source when maki ng repair s, adjustments, and when changing[...]

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    3 S Keep the handles dry and clean and fr e e from oil and grease. S Keep oil cap and fasteners securel y ti ghtened. S Nonconformi ng replacement compo - nents or the removal of sa fety devi ces may cause damage to t he unit and pos- sible injury to the operator o r bystand - ers. Use only Poulan acce ssories and repl acement pa rt s as recommende[...]

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    4 GUARD AGAINST KICKBACK Fo llow a ll safe ty ru les to h elp a v oid k ick - back and o ther f orces which can result i n serious i njury . Kick bac k Path A v oid Obs truc tions Clear The Work ing Area WAR N I NG : A void kickback which can result in serious i njur y . Kickback is the backwar d, upward or sudden f or- ward moti on of the guide ba[...]

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    5 S A good , fir m grip on the saw wit h both hands will help you maintain contr ol. Don’t let go. Gri p the rear hand le wit h your right hand whether you are right or left handed. Wr ap the fi ngers of your left hand over and around the front handle - bar , and yo ur left thumb unde r the fr ont handlebar . Keep your left arm s tr aight with th[...]

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    6 SAFETY NOTI CE: Exposure to vibra- ti ons thr ough prol onged use of hand tool s could cause blood vessel or nerve damage in t he fi ngers, hands, and joi nts of people prone to ci rcul ati on di s order s or abnormal swe lli ng. Prol onged use in cold weather has b een linked t o blood vessel damage in ot herwise heal thy people. I f symptoms oc[...]

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    7 OPER A TION KNOW YOUR SA W READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE OPERA TING YOUR CHAIN SA W . Compare the i llustr ati ons wit h your unit to f amil iar ize yourself with the locati on of the vari ous contr ols and adjust ment s. Save thi s manual for f uture r efer - ence. Trigger Switc h Oiler Ac tuator / Bar Oil Cap Power Co rd [...]

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    8 BEFORE ST ARTING SA W WAR N I NG : Be sure to read the electr ical safety inf ormat ion in the SA FE- TY RULES secti on of this manual before you beg in. If you do not understand t he electr ical safety infor mation do not a t- tempt to use your unit . Seek help fr om someone that does under stand the i n- for mati o n or call t he custom er assi[...]

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    9 S Make sure t here i s enough room for t h et r e et of a l l . M a i n t a i na d i s t a n c eo f 2-1/2 tree lengths fr om the nearest per- son or other objects. Mot or noise can dr own out a war nin g cal l. S Remove dirt , stones, loose bark, nails, staples, and wir e f rom t he tree wher e cuts ar e to be made. Direction of Fall 45 _ Plan a [...]

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    10 reen ter the cut. Do not use a m etal w edge. Do not att empt to rest art your saw when it is pinched or hung in a l og. Turn saw O FF and us e a plas tic or wooden w edge to forc e c ut open. Use a wedge to r emove pinched saw. Overcut ti ng begins on the top side of the lo g with th e b otto m of th e sa w against the log. When overcutt ing us[...]

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    11 LIM BIN G S Limb a tree only after i t is cut down. S Leave the lar ger limbs underneath t he fel led t ree to suppor t t he t ree as you work. S Star t at the base of the fell ed tree and work t oward the t op, cut ti ng branches and li mbs. Remove smal l l imbs with one cut. S Keep the tree between you and the chain. S Remove lar ger br anches[...]

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    12 S Oil T ank - - Disconti nue use of chain saw if oil tank shows si gns of damage or leaks. S Power Cord - - Discontinue use if chain saw power co rd shows signs of dam- age or wear . CHECK F OR LOOSE F ASTENERS A ND P ARTS S Bar Mounti ng Nut S Chain S Bar Adjust ing Screw CHECK CHAIN TENSION WAR N I NG : W ear protecti ve gloves when handling c[...]

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    13 Correc t G roov e Worn Groov e File Rail Edges and Sides Square Replace t he guide bar when the groove is worn, t he guide bar is bent or cracked, or when excess heating or burr ing of the rai ls occurs. If r eplacement i s neces - sary , use only the gui de bar specif ied for your saw i n the r epair part s li st or on the decal locat ed on the[...]

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    14 S File chai n to meet the specif ica- ti ons as shown. 30 ˚ 80 ˚ 60 ˚ Rounded Corner 0.025 inch (0.65 m m) Right Hook Angle Wrong Squared O f f Corner T oo Much H ook A ngle WAR N I NG : Ma inta in the p rop e r hook angle according t o the manufactur- er’ s speci f icat ions for the cha in you are using. Improper hook angle wil l increase [...]

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    15 6. Slide t he chain between the housing and the sprocket. Place chain around t he sprocket and fi t the dri ve links i nto t he guide bar gr oove and then around gui d e bar nose. Right Hous ing Bar Sprocket 7. Hold the gui d e bar against t he saw fr ame and instal l the bar clamp plate. Be sure t he tab on the bar clam p plat e is towar d the [...]

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    16 TROUBLESHOOTING T ABL E TROUBLE CAUSE REMEDY Chain does not move when tr igger swit ch is engaged . 1. Chain tensi on incorr ect. 2. Guide bar rail s pinched. 3. Tr igger switch fai lur e. 4. Cir cuit br ea ker tr ipped/ fuse fai lure. 1. See “Check Chain T ension” i n Maint enance section. 2. Repair or r eplace. 3. Contact an author ized se[...]

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    17 W ARRANTY ST A T EMENT Poulan , a divisi on of Husqvarna Con - sumer Outd oor Product s N.A., I nc., warr ants to the origi nal consumer pur- chaser that each new Poulan brand elect ri c or cordl ess product is fr ee fr om defect s in mat erial and wor kmanship and agrees t o repair o r r eplace under thi s war rant y any defecti ve Poulan brand[...]