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Control, Maintenance And Service Of The Machine's Safety Equipment - Husqvarna 101 90 47-26 142RB/152RB Operator's Manual

101 90 47-26 142rb/152rb operator's manual
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Control, maintenance and service of
the machine's safety equipment
All service and repairs to the machine require
special training.
This applies especially to the machine's safety
equipment. If the machine does not meet any of
the controls listed below you should contact your
service workshop.
The purchase of one of our products guarantees
that professional repair and servicing will be
carried out on it. If the point of purchase is not
one of our servicing dealers, please ask for
details of the closest service workshop.
1. Throttle trigger
• Check that the throttle is
locked in the "idling
position" when the
throttle trigger lock is in
its original position.
• Press in the throttle
trigger lock and make sure
it returns to its original
position when released.
• Ensure that the throttle
and throttle trigger lock
move easily and that their
return spring systems
• See section "Start". Start
the machine and apply
full throttle. Release the
throttle and check that the
cutting equipment stops
and remains at a standstill.
If the cutting equipment
rotates with the throttle in
the idling position then
the carburettor's idling
setting must be checked.
See chapter
2. Stop switch
• Start the engine and make
sure that the engine stops
when the stop switch is
moved to the stop
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3. Cutting
attachment guard
• Check that the guard is
undamaged and not
• Replace the guard if it
has been exposed to
impact or is cracked.
• Always use the prescribed
blade an guard
combination, see chapter
"Technical data".
4. Vibration
damping system
• Check the vibration
damping element
regularly for material
cracks and distortion.
• Check that the vibration
damping element is
undamaged and securely
5. Muffler
1. Never use a machine that
has a defective muffler.
2. Check regularly that the
muffler is secure.
3. If your muffler is fitted
with a spark arrestor
screen then it should be
cleaned regularly. A
blocked screen leads to
the engine overheating
with serious damage as a
result. Never use a
muffler with a defective
spark arrestor screen.


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