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Unit vibrations can
To reduce the risk of injury
from inhalation of
cause an improperly
tightened fuel cap to
loosen or come off and
spill quantities of fuel.
In order to reduce risk of
and start your hedge
trimmer only outdoors in a
fuel spillage and fire, tighten fuel cap by
hand with as much force as possible.
Hold your hedge trimmer in such a way
that you do not breathe in the exaust
fumes. Operate the hedge trimmer
under good visibility and daylight
Your hedge trimmer is a one-person
machine. Start and operate your hedge
trimmer without assistance.
To reduce the risk of injury from blade
contact, do not attempt to "drop start"
your hedge trimmer. For specific
starting instructions, see the appro-
priate section of your manual.
Work carefully. Take particular care in
slippery conditions and on slopes.
Be careful on uneven ground. Watch out
for stumps, roots, ditches or holes which
could cause you to trip or stumble.
Before you start work, examine the
hedge area for stones, fence wire, metal
or other solid objects which could
damage the cutter blades.
Place the hedge trimmer on firm ground
or other solid surface in an open area.
Maintain a good balance and secure
footing. To reduce the risk of injury from
blade contact or loss of control always
engage the starting lock before starting.
When the engine starts at starting-
throttle, engine speed will be fast
enough for the clutch to engage and
move the cutting tool.
When you pull the starter grip, don't
wrap the starter rope around your hand.
Do not allow the grip to snap back, but
guide the starter rope to rewind properly.
Failure to follow this procedure may
result in injury to hand or fingers and
may damage the starter mechanism.
|Categories||Hedge Trimmer Manuals, STIHL Hedge Trimmer Manuals, Trimmer Manuals|
|Tags||STIHL HS 85|
|Product Brand||STIHL. Stihl Inc, USA - Corporate phone: (757) 486-9100. International Support Information: http://stihl.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Trimmer|
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