Transportation, Storage And Disposal; Technical Data - Husqvarna ST 124 Operator's Manual

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The chute rotator is diffi-
cult to move
The product turns to one
Transportation and storage
For storage and transportation of the product and
fuel, make sure that there are no leaks or fumes.
Sparks or open flames, for example from electrical
devices or boilers, can start a fire.
Always use approved containers for storage and
transportation of fuel.
Empty the fuel tank before you put the product in
storage for a long period of time.
If the carburetor fuel bowl has a drain plug, empty
the fuel from the carburetor before you put the
product in storage for a long period of time.
Safely attach the product during transportation to
prevent damage and accidents.

Technical data

Product specifications
Gasoline capacity and type
Oil type (API SJ-SN)
Oil capacity
Spark plug
Spark plug electrode gap
Tire pressure
1272 - 003 - 09.08.2019
Possible cause
There is debris in the chute rotator mechanism.
The cables are kinked or damaged.
The tire pressure is not equal.
The product drives with only one wheel.
Uneven sled adjustment.
Uneven skid plates adjustment.

Transportation, storage and disposal

Technical data
2.2 L (74 U.S. fl oz) Unleaded regular (maximum 10% ethanol)
0.6 L (20 oz)
Torch F7RTC (12-14 Nm / 8.8-10.3 lb ft)
0.7-0.8 mm
138 kPa (20 psi)
Keep the product in a locked area to prevent access
for children or persons that are not approved.
Keep the product in a dry and frost free area.
Obey the local recycling requirements and applicable
Discard all chemicals, such as engine oil or fuel, at a
service center or at an applicable disposal location.
When the product is no longer in use, discard it at a
recycling location.
SAE 10W30 (above -20°C (-4°F)
SAE 5W30 (-30°C (-22°F) to 0°C (32°F)
Clean the internal parts of the chute
rotator mechanism.
Make sure that the cables are not
kinked. Replace the cables that are
Adjust the tire pressure and fill the
Inspect the tire lock pin.
Adjust the skid plates and the sledge.
Adjust the skid plates and the sledge.

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