2.1 Safety definitions
Warnings, cautions and notes are used to point out
specially important parts of the manual.
WARNING: Used if there is a risk of injury or
death for the operator or bystanders if the
instructions in the manual are not obeyed.
CAUTION: Used if there is a risk of damage to
the product, other materials or the adjacent area
if the instructions in the manual are not obeyed.
Note: Used to give more information that is necessary in
a given situation.
2.2 General safety instructions
WARNING: Read the warning instructions that
follow before you use the product.
The service center that repairs the product must have
safety devices that obey local regulations. Warnings and
cautions are used to point out specially important parts
of the workshop manual.
2.3 Special safety instructions
When you use compressed air, do not point the
airflow in the direction of your body. Air can go into
the blood circulation and kill you.
Use eye protection when you do work on springs
that have tension.
Do not use accessories that are not approved by the
manufacturer. Do not do changes that are not
approved by the manufacturer. This can cause injury
or death to the operator or other persons.
Always use original spare parts and accessories.
Use approved hearing protection. Noise from the
product can result in permanent hearing loss.
2.4 Symbols on the product
This product can be dangerous and cause
serious injury or death to the operator or
others. Be careful and use the product
Read the operator's manual carefully and
make sure that you understand the
instructions before you use this product.
4 - Safety
Use a protective helmet in locations where
objects can fall on you. Use approved
hearing protection. Use approved eye
Always wear approved protective gloves.
Use stable boots with non-slip soles.
Stop the product fully before you touch the
Keep all parts of your body away from the
Air purge bulb.
Idle adjustment screw.
High speed needle.
Low speed needle.
There is no electrical insulation in this
product. If the product touches or comes
near high voltage power lines, it can
cause serious injury or death to the
operator. Electricity can move between
different objects by a curve. The higher
the voltage, the longer the electricity can
move. Electricity can also move through
branches and other objects, especially if
the object is wet. Always keep a distance
at a minimum of 10 m/33 ft between the
product and high voltage power lines.
Make sure that the power is off before you
start the work near the power lines. Keep
a distance at a minimum of 15 m/50 ft to
other persons or animals during the
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