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  • Page 1

    ES350 ES350WT 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 : [...]

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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 seri ous injur y . Read and follow al l ins tructio ns . WAR N I NG : Always disconnect power source when making repairs, ad- just ments, a nd when changing accesso- ri [...]

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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 . Kic k bac k Pat h 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 [...]

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    5 Right Hand Left Hand S Posit ion your l eft hand on the fr ont handlebar so it is in a strai ght line w it h your r ight hand on the rear hand le when making bucking cuts. St and slight ly to the l eft side of the saw to keep your body fr om being in a dir ect li ne wit h the cutt ing chain. S Stand wi th your weight evenly bal- anced on both fee[...]

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    6 Com puted ki ckbac k angl e (CKA ) T abl e BAR P/N Length CHAI N P/N 16 ″ MOD E L ES350 30 _ 952044370 95205121 1 CKA w ithout chain br ake ES350WT 952044370 16 ″ 95205121 1 30 _ 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 peo[...]

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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 ll ustr ati ons wit h your unit to fami li ari ze your self w it h t he locati on of the vari ous contr ols and adjust ment s. Save thi s manual for f uture r efer - ence. Bar Oil Cap Trigger Switch Power Cord Chain Bar Chain[...]

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    8 GUIDE BAR AND CHAIN OIL The bar and chain requir e lubr icati on. The chain oi ler pr ovides l ubricat ion to the c h a i na n dg u i d eb a r . B es u r et of i l lt h eb a r oil tank bef ore each cutti ng session. Lack of oi l wil l qui ckly rui n the bar and chain . T o o little oil will ca us e ove rhe at ing s ho wn by s moke coming from t h[...]

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    9 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 c lear ret reat path FELLI NG LARG E TREES (6 inch es in diamet er or lar ger) The notch m eth od i s used to f ell large tr ees. A notch i s cut on the side of t he tr ee in the d es ire d dire ctio n of fall. [...]

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    10 Overcutt ing begins on the top side of the log wit h the bot tom of the saw against the log. When overcutt ing use li gh t downward pressu re. Overcuttin g Under cutting Undercutti ng inv olv e s cutting on th e u n - derside of the log w ith t op of saw against the log. When undercut ti ng use light up- ward pr essure. Hol d saw f ir mly and ma[...]

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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 t r ee bet ween you and t he chai n. S Remove lar ger br anche[...]

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    12 CHECK FOR LOOSE FASTENERS AND P ARTS S Bar Clamp Nuts S Chain S Bar Adjust ing Screw CHECK CHAIN TENSION WAR N I NG : W ear protecti ve gloves when handli ng chain. The chain is sharp and can cut you even when it i s not moving. Chain tension i s ve ry i mportant . Chain stre tc he s du ring u s e. Th is is e sp ec ia lly tr ue durin g the fi rs[...]

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    13 LUBRICA TION Bar O il Fill Cap S Check bar and chai n oil befor e use and every 15 minut es while operat ing the saw . See G UIDE BAR AND CHAIN OIL under the OPERA TION secti on. INSPECT AND CLEAN UNIT AND LABELS S Aft er each use, i nspect complete unit for loose or damaged par ts. Clean the unit and label s us ing a damp cloth wit h a mil d de[...]

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    14 Wrong Squared O f f Corner T oo Much H ook A ngle WAR N I NG : Main tain th e p rop er hook angle accordi ng to the m anufac- tur er’ s specifi cati ons for the chain you are us ing. Improper hook angle will in- crease the chance of kickback which can result in serious i njur y . 4. Check and lower depth gauges. Depth G auge T ool Depth G auge[...]

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    15 Insid e v iew of Bar Clamp Adjusting screw Ad ju sting p in Ad ju sting p in hole 8. Secure the guide bar and bar clam p wit h the bar clamp nuts; ti ghten fi nger ti ght only . CAUTION : If saw c hain is install ed back - ward s, the saw wil l vibr ate exce ssivel y and will not cut wood. CHAIN ADJUSTMENT See CHECK C HAIN TENSION in the MA IN -[...]

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    16 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 servi ce dealer . 4. Reset[...]

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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[...]