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    ENGLISH ESP AÑOL FRANÇAIS PP B5500P Pou l a n P R O 7349 Stat esville R oad Char lotte, N C 28269 R WA R N I N G : Read and follow all Sa fet y Rules and O perat ing Inst ruc tions befor e using thi s product . Failure to do s o can res ult in serious injury . Refer to your o riginal manual f or additional Warnings and Operat ing Inst ruct ions. [...]

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    2 ID ENTIF ICA TION O F SAFETY SY MBOL S WAR N I N G : This unit c an be dangerous ! C areles s or impr oper use c an caus e ser ious injury. Read the operat or ’s manual before us e. Failure t o follow ins truc tions could r esult in s erious injury . Sav e operat or ’ s manual. Wear protectiv e gear. Always use s teel-toed s afety footwear wi[...]

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    3 ID ENTIF ICA TION O F SAFETY SY MBOL S Haz ard z one. Keep childr en, bys tanders , and animals a minimum of 50 feet (15 meters ) aw ay f rom the wor k area. D o not allow other people or animals to be near when s tarting or operating the pruner. Caref ully plan y our pruning operation in adv ance. D o not star t c utting until y ou have a c lear[...]

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    4 S Avoid danger ous s ituations . D o not use in pres ence of flammable liquids or gas es to avoid c reating a fire or ex plos ion and/or caus ing damage to unit. S Avoid danger ous envir onments. D o not us e in unventilated ar eas or where dust or ex - plosiv e v apors c an build up. S T o reduce the r isk of elec tr ic s hoc k , the unit may ha[...]

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    5 S Do not run t he unit at high s peed when not pruning. S If y ou st rik e or bec ome ent angled wit h a for - eign object , stop the engine immediately and chec k for damage. Hav e any damage re - paired by an author ize d se rv ice de aler before attem pting further operati ons. S Do not oper ate a pruner that is damaged, im- properly adjus ted[...]

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    6 Sm all Radius Tip Reduce d Kickbac k Symm etric al Guide Bar Sym metr ical Gu ide Bar Larg e R a di us Ti p S Low - - Kic kbac k C hain, designed w ith a c on- toured depth gauge and guard link w hich deflect k ic kbac k forc e and allow wood to gradually r ide into the c utter . L o w --- K i c k b a c k Chain Not a Lo w - - - Kick ba ck Cha in [...]

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    7 6. Before us ing the unit, tighten bot h knobs sec urely by turning cloc k wis e. WAR N I N G : Make s ur e t he lock ing/ releas e button is loc k ed in the primary hole of both couplers and the k nobs are s ec urely tightened before operat ing the unit. Usin g th e wrong holes c ould lead to serious injur y or dam- age to the unit. Lock ing/Rel[...]

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    8 OPER A TION KNOW YOUR PRUNER A TT ACHMENT READ THIS INSTRUCTION MANUAL AND SAFETY RULES BEFORE O PERA TING YOU R PRU NE R ATT AC HMEN T . Compare the il lust rations wi th your attac hment t o familiariz e y ours elf w ith the loc ation of the v arious c ontrols and adj ust ments . Sav e this manual f or futur e refer enc e. Shaft Pruner Chain Ba[...]

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    9 WAR N I N G : Make s ur e t he lock ing/ releas e button is loc k ed in the primary hole and the knob is s ecur ely t ightened before op- erating the unit. Usi ng th e wr on g ho le co ul d lead to s erious in jury or damage t o the unit. Lock ing/Releas e Butto n in Primary Hole BAR AND CHAIN LUBRICA TION The bar and c hain requir e lubric ation[...]

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    10 Pruni ng tec hniq ue Secon d cut Third cut Co llar First cut 1. Make the fir st c ut 6 inc hes fr om t he tree trunk on the bott om of the limb. U s e top of guide bar to mak e this cut. Cut 1/3 through the diameter of the limb. NOTE: When mak ing the sec ond and third cuts , res t the foot of the pruner agains t the tree limb that is being c ut[...]

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    11 7. Us e a s c rewdr iver to mov e chain ar ound guide bar . 8. If c hain does not rotate, it is too tight. Slightly loos en bar c lamp nut and loos en chain by turning the adjus ting sc rew 1/4 turn c ountercloc k wis e. Retighten bar clamp nut. 9. If chain is too loose, it will sag below the guide bar and needs to be tight ened fol- lowing abov[...]

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    12 Depth Gauge File File Holder Cutter 90 ˚ S Align the 30 ˚ file holder mar ks parallel with the bar and to the center of the chain. Cutte r Cutte r 30 ˚ File Holder Line S Sharpen c utter s on one s ide of the chain firs t. File fr om the ins ide of each c utter to the outs ide. The n, turn t he chai n s aw around and rep eat the proc es s for[...]

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    13 8. Plac e chain over s pr ock et, fitting the drive links in the sproc k et. 9. Fit bottom of driv e link s betw een the teet h in the s proc k et in the nos e of the guide bar. 10. Fit c hain driv e link s into bar groove. 1 1. P ull guide bar forward until c hain is s nug in guide bar groov e. Ens ure all driv e link s are in the bar groov e. [...]

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    14 LIMITE D WARRANT Y Poulan PRO , a div ision of Hus qv arna C ons um- er Outdoor Produc ts , N. A. Inc. , warr ants to the original c ons umer pur chas er that eac h new Poulan PRO bra nd gas oline t ool or att achment is fr ee from defe cts in material and work man - ship and agr ees t o repair or replac e under t his warr anty any defec tiv e g[...]