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  • Page 1

    ENGLISH ESP AÑOL FRANÇAIS DANGER: 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 . PELIG RO: 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. DANGER:[...]

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    2 IDENT IFICATION OF SYM BOLS DANGER! Th is brus hcut ter can be da ngerous ! Car eless or improper u se c an c aus e ser ious or ev en fatal inj ury. Read and unders tand t he instr uction manual before using the brus hc utter . Alway s w ear appropr iate ear protec tion, eye pr otection and head protec tion. SAFE TY RU LE S WAR N I NG : When usin[...]

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    3 WAR N I NG : The blade c ontinues to spin after t hrottle is r eleased or engine is turned off. The c oasting blade c an thr ow ob- jects or serious ly cut y ou if accidentally touched. Stop the blade by c ontact ing the left hand side of c oas ting blade with material al- ready c ut. Stop c oasting blade by c ontac t with c ut material. OPERA T [...]

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    4 S Store unit so the blade cannot acc identally ca us e injur y. S Store unit indoors , out of reac h of childr en. If s ituations oc cu r whic h ar e not c over ed in this manual, us e c are an d good ju dgment. If you need as sis tanc e, c all 1 - - 800 - - 5 54- - 6723. SPECIAL NOTICE: E xpos ure to v ibrations through prolonged us e of gas oli[...]

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    5 Screw Mounting Bracket Handlebar Brac ket C over 1. Place t he mounting brac ket ov er the up- per s haft above the ar row on the safety label. Be sur e to us e the cor rec t mount- ing brac ket for eit her the 1 ″ (2.5 c m) or 7/8 ″ (2.2 cm) diameter upper shaft. 2. Position one of the br ack et c over s under the upper s haft and align the [...]

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    6 30 inches (76 cm) HARNESS ADJUSTMENT FOR BALANCE 6 inches (15 cm) below waist 4- -1 2 inc hes (10 - - 30 cm) above ground 30 inches (76 cm) CONFIGUR ING YOUR UNIT Y ou can c onfigur e y our unit using a trimmer head for gr ass an d light weed s, or a weed blade for c utting g ras s, weeds , and brus h up to 1/2 inch ( 1 cm) in diamet er . T o as [...]

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    7 ASSEMBL Y INFORMA TION - - WEED BLADE WEED BLADE NOTE: R emove the t rimmer head and plas tic shiel d before at tach ing t he metal s hiel d and inst alling the w eed blade. T o remove the tr immer head, align hole in the dus t c up with the hole in the si de of the gearbox by rot ating the dust cup. Ins ert a s mall sc r ewdriv er in to aligned [...]

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    8 Screwdriver 9. Tighten blade nut firmly with a wr ench while holding s crew driv er in posit ion. 10. R emov e the s cr ewd riv er . 1 1. Turn blade by hand. If t he blade binds against t he shield, or appear s t o be un- even, the blade is not cent ered, and you must r einstall. NOTE: T o remove blade , inser t s cr ewdr iver into aligned holes [...]

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    9 3. While sec urely holding the upper s haft, pull the attac hment s traight out of t he coupler. INST ALLING OPTI ONAL A TT ACH- MENTS 1. Remove the s haft c ap from the attach- ment (if pres ent) and disc ard. 2. Position loc k ing/releas e button of attac h- ment into guide rec es s of upper shaft coupler. Coupler Primary Ho le Upper Shaft Lock[...]

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    10 T rimming 3 inches (8 c m) above gr ound SCA LPING - - The s c alping technique re- moves unwant ed v egetation dow n t o the ground. H old the bottom of the tr immer head about 3 inches (8 c m) above the ground and at an angle. Allow the tip of the line t o strik e the ground around trees , pos ts , monuments , etc . This technique incr eases l[...]

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    11 Bring the pow erhead engine to c utting s peed before entering t he material to be c ut. If the blade does not tur n when you s queez e the t hrottle tr igger of the powerhead, mak e sur e the at tachment is fully ins erted into t he coupler. Alway s release t he thr ottle trigger and allow powerhead engine to r eturn to idle s peed when not c u[...]

  • Page 12

    12 5. Wind the line evenly and tightly onto the spool. Wind in the dir ection of the arr ows found on the spool. 6. Push the lines into the notc hes, leaving 3 to 5 inches (7 - - 12 c m) unwound. 7. Inser t the lines into t he the exit holes in the hub as s hown in the illust ration. 8. Align the notc hes with t he line ex it holes . 9. Push s pool[...]