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Assembly; Assembling The J-Handle; Assembly Of The Blade And Trimmer Head; Assembling The Transport Guard - Husqvarna 101 90 47-26 142RB/152RB Operator's Manual

101 90 47-26 142rb/152rb operator's manual
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Assembling the J-handle

!
WARNING
Only grass blades or trimmer heads/
plastic blades may be used when the J-
handle is fitted. Clearing blades must
never be used with the J-handle.
• Fit the handle using the 4
screws about 30 cm in
front of the throttle lever
on the shaft. See the
arrow mark on the shaft.
• Finely adjust the J-handle
to give a comfortable
working stance. Tighten
the knob.
Assembly of the blade and trimmer
head
It is extremely important
that the disc drive's/support
flange's guide engages
correctly in the cutting
equipment's centre hole
when assembling the cutting
equipment. Cutting
equipment assembled
incorrectly can result in
serious and/or fatal personal
injury.
!
Under no circumstances may the cutting
equipment be used without an approved
guard fitted. See the chapter "Technical
data" . If the wrong guard or a defective
guard is fitted this can cause serious
personal injury.
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ASSEMBLY

Assembling the transport guard

1) Insert the tips of the
blade into the grooves
in the transport guard
(A).
2) Wind the guard
around the blade, then
snap the hook (B) to
secure the transport
guard.
Assembling the blade guard and
grass blade
• Fit the guard (A) to the
gear housing using the
support plate (M) and two
screws (L).
• Fit the drive disc (B) on
the output axle.
• Turn the blade axle until
one of the holes in the
drive disc aligns with the
hole in the gear housing.
• Insert the locking pin (C)
in the hole so that the axle
is locked.
• Place the blade (D),
support cup (F) and
support flange (E) on the
output shaft.
• Fit the nut (G). The
tightening torque of the
nut is 35-50 Nm (3,5 - 5
kpm). Use the socket
spanner in the tool kit.
Hold the handle of the
spanner as close to the
blade guard as possible.
The nut is tightened when
the spanner is turned
against the direction of
rotation (left-hand thread).
A
B
L
M
A
G
E
F
D
B
C

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