Honda SSBL Instruction Manual

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Blower Attachment
SSBL
Instruction Manual
Original Instruction
For Safe Use of Blower Attachment
Be sure to read this manual and the powerhead
(separately sold) manual to have a good understanding
of the contents before handling the blower.
If there is no powerhead manual, you can purchase
one from your servicing dealer.
Keep this manual and the powerhead manual in a
readily accessible location.
Copyright (C) 2015 NIKKARI Co., Ltd. All Rights Reserved
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Contents
Important Information ···················· 2
1. Safety ··································· 4
1.1 Warnings ······································· 4
1.2 General Precautions ························ 6
1.4 Protective Equipment ····················· 10
1.5 Noise ·········································· 10
1.6 Vibration ······································ 10
2. Outline ································· 11
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2.3 Attached Material ································ 12
2.4 Position of Model and Serial No. ··········· 12
2.5 Replaceable Item ·························· 13
3. Installation ································14
3.1 Installation Method ························ 14
4. Operation ·····························17
4.1 Transporting Method ······················ 17
4.2 Objects to be Blown ······················· 18
4.3 Pre-operation Check ······················ 18
4.4 Start and Stop ······························ 19
4.5 Precautions for Operation ··············· 20
4.6 Operation Method ························· 21
4.7 Actions after Operation ··················· 22
5. Maintenance ·························23
5.1 Daily ··········································· 24
5.2 Every 20 hours ····························· 24
5.3 As Necessary ······························· 25
6. Storing ·································27
7. Waste Disposal ······················28
8. Troubleshooting ·····················28
9. Servicing ······························29
10. Technical data ·······················30
How to Contact Honda ·················31
PRODUCT REGISTRATION ··········35

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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    9. Servicing ······························29 If there is no powerhead manual, you can purchase 10. Technical data ·······················30 one from your servicing dealer. How to Contact Honda ·················31 Keep this manual and the powerhead manual in a Distributor's Limited Warranty ········32 readily accessible location.
  • Page 2: Important Information

    Important Information Intended Purpose This product (hereinafter referred to as an attachment) is designed to be attached to an approved powerhead (to be purchased separately) for blowing grass, fallen leaves, small stones, sand. (Refer to page 14 for approved powerheads.) Do not use the blower for any other purpose or in any other way.
  • Page 3 Important Cautions for Safe Work NIKKARI Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as NIKKARI) cannot foresee all the risks in handling the blower. Therefore, also give consideration to general safety measures not stated in this manual and powerhead manual to prevent injuries when handling the blower. The blower is a tool with a fan which is rotating at high speed to generate high-speed wind.
  • Page 4: Safety

    1. Safety California Proposition 65 This product contains or emits chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. 1.1 Warnings For appropriate use of the blower, follow the instructions in this manual. Warning labels are attached to places where there are potential risks.
  • Page 5 1.1.2 Warning Labels Cautions for Handling (a) This blower is provided with warning labels to indicate important cautions. Understand the meanings of the warning labels thoroughly to work in a safe environment. (b) Do not operate the blower until you have a good understanding of the meanings of the warning labels.
  • Page 6: General Precautions

    1.2 General Precautions 1.2.1 Overall Precautions When handling the blower, follow the precautions of the powerhead manual in addition to the following precautions. Do not use the blower when tired, ill, or after consuming alcohol, drugs, or medication. using the attachment. * The attachment could come off, resulting in serious injury or death.
  • Page 7 1.2.3 Precautions before Operation * The attachment could come off. * Anything loose, damaged, or missing could cause parts of the powerhead attachment to fall off or fail and seriously injure or kill the user. 1.2.4 Precautions at Start-up The blower must be started Operation by more than one person increases the likelihood of mishandling and resulting injury.
  • Page 8 be severed. * You could drop the blower by mishandling, potentially leading to serious injury or death. * Failure to observe the instruction could result in burns because the gear case could be very hot. * Using the blower higher than waist height increases the risk of mishandling or loss of balance, potentially resulting in serious injury or death.
  • Page 9: Safety Devices And Protective Guard

    1.2.7 Precautions for Transporting Note When transporting the blower, install it to a harness or keep it balanced by holding the shaft tube. Before transporting the blower on the back of the truck, etc., remove the attachment from the powerhead, and then secure it so it does not move. 1.2.8 Precautions for Storing 1.3 Safety Devices and Protective Guard 1.3.1 Safety Devices (Stop Devices)
  • Page 10: Protective Equipment

    1.4 Protective Equipment When using the blower for blowing, it is recommended to wear the following protective equipment. (a) Hard hat Hard hat (b) Working wear (long sleeve jackets and full- Goggles length pants of heavy material) Ear protection Face shield (c) Protective shoes (sturdy boots with nonslip sole) (Steel-toed safety boots are recommended.) Working wear...
  • Page 11: Outline

    2. Outline 2.1 Name of Parts and Their Functions The blower is a device with the attachment installed to the powerhead (separately sold). The following is the structure of the attachment and name and function of each part. Note There are two types of powerheads. For details about the powerhead, refer to the powerhead manual. Name Description Gear case...
  • Page 12: Attached Material

    Item Weight 4.85 lb (2.2 kg) 2.3 Attached Material The following are attached materials. For the powerhead, refer to the powerhead manual. Instruction manual (this book) 2.4 Position of Model and Serial No. Check the model code of your attachment on the nameplate attached to the machine shaft.
  • Page 13: Replaceable Item

    2.5 Replaceable Item The following is the replaceable item for this attachment. Contact your servicing dealer for replacement part.
  • Page 14: Installation

    3.1.1 Combination with Powerhead * The attachment could separate from the powerhead, causing severe injury. The attachment can be installed only to our approved equipment (shown below). Manufacturer Approved Powerheads Honda Motor Co., Ltd. UMC425A Honda Motor Co., Ltd. UMC435A...
  • Page 15 3.1.2 Connecting connections.
  • Page 16 3.1.3 Removing connections. released downward.
  • Page 17: Operation

    4. Operation 4.1 Transporting Method * Otherwise, it could cause injury. * If the footing is insecure, an injury due to tripping over or falling could happen. Note When transporting the blower, install it to a harness or keep it balanced by holding the shaft tube. Before transporting the blower on the back of the truck, etc., remove the attachment from the powerhead, and then secure it so it does not move.
  • Page 18: Objects To Be Blown

    4.2 Objects to be Blown Objects which can be blown are grass, fallen leaves, small stones and sand. Do not blow any other object. 4.3 Pre-operation Check blower Before operating the blower, check the following. (a) Check the installation of the attachment. Secure it if it is loose. Check to see if there is any looseness, cracks, bending, or distortion of parts (nuts, screws, etc.) Check to see if the fan tightening nut is tightened.
  • Page 19: Start And Stop

    4.4 Start and Stop The blower is operated by the powerhead. Refer to the powerhead manual. 4.4.1 Start blower must be started * Operation by more than one person increases the likelihood of mishandling and resulting injury. For starting the blower, refer to the powerhead manual. 4.4.2 Stop When the throttle trigger is released, the engine power will decrease, and the blower operation will come to a stop.
  • Page 20: Precautions For Operation

    4.5 Precautions for Operation When operating the blower, observe the following as well as “1.2 General Precautions”. The blower wires and cables. If there are still wires or cables not removable, do not operate the blower. There is still a risk of injury by thrown object even if bystanders keep a distance of 50 ft (15 m) or more. They should be encouraged to wear eye protection.
  • Page 21: Operation Method

    4.6 Operation Method blower * Operation by more than one person increases the likelihood of mishandling and resulting injury. To prevent noise, do not operate 2 or more blowers at any one time. Also, operate the blower at the lowest possible engine speed to blow.
  • Page 22: Actions After Operation

    Tilt the blower by 5°, and swing it right and left to blow fallen leaves or grass trimmings. Airflow Do not operate holding the blower higher than your waist. 4.7 Actions after Operation After using the blower, take the following actions. Note Make sure that blower operation has come to a complete stop, before setting the unit down.
  • Page 23: Maintenance

    5. Maintenance parts or fan. Note Do not perform any maintenance or repair other than those described in the instruction manual. Other maintenance or repairs should be performed by your service dealer. Perform the following. If dust, dirt, etc. has adhered to the attachment, wipe clean. Check to see if any parts (nuts, screws, etc.) are loose or damaged.
  • Page 24: Daily

    5.1 Daily 5.1.1 Tightening Method of Nut bottom housing. 5.1.2 Looseness of Screws and Nuts Check the screws and nuts for looseness. If any, tighten it securely. 5.2 Every 20 hours 5.2.1 Greasing Apply grease from the grease nipple. Note Do not discard grease into the river, the sea, or the ground.
  • Page 25: As Necessary

    5.3 As Necessary 5.3.1 Removal of Foreign Objects bottom housing. wrench that comes with Note The screw remains attached to the upper housing. of the bottom housing.
  • Page 26 5.3.2 Replacement of Cap off.
  • Page 27: Storing

    6. Storing Note Do not discard grease into the river, the sea, or the ground. Otherwise, it could pollute the environment. After working or when storing, follow the procedure below. For directions after the powerhead operation is completed or storing method, refer to the powerhead manual.
  • Page 28: Waste Disposal

    7. Waste Disposal For disposal, observe the standards and regulations of your region. If there is any question, contact your servicing dealer. 8. Troubleshooting In case of failure, follow the table below. parts or fan. Situation Possible Cause Correction Output is not Foreign objects are caught in Refer to “5.3.1 Removal of Foreign Objects.”...
  • Page 29: Servicing

    9. Servicing For repair, handling method or cleaning, contact your servicing dealer. does not solve the trouble, contact your servicing dealer. Contact your servicing dealer for repair. Record serial No. (See “2.4 Position of Model and Serial No.”) in the space below. You will need this model code and serial No.
  • Page 30: Technical Data

    10. Technical data SSBL Model Powerhead UMC425A UMC435A Handle LOOP LOOP Mass (without powerhead) lb (kg) 4.85 (2.2) Length (without powerhead) in (mm) 34 (865) Average velocity 148 (66) 158 (70) mph (m/s) (in accordance with ANSI/OPEI B175.2-2012) Maximum velocity 184 (82)
  • Page 31: How To Contact Honda

    How to Contact Honda Honda Power Equipment dealership personnel are trained professionals. They should be able to answer any question you may have. If you encounter a problem that your dealer does not solve to your satisfaction, please discuss it with the dealership’s management.
  • Page 32: Distributor's Limited Warranty

    What American Honda Will Repair or Replace Under Warranty: American Honda will repair or replace, at its option, any part that is proven to be defective in material or workmanship under normal use during the applicable warranty time period. Warranty repairs and replacements will be made without charge for parts or labor. Anything replaced under warranty becomes the property of American Honda Motor Company, Inc.
  • Page 33 MEMO...
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  • Page 35 From time to time, American Honda conducts sales promotion that require you to register your blower within 30 days of purchase. If you purchased your Honda blower during one of these promotions, you must register your blower within 30 days.
  • Page 36: Product Registration

    1. Go to www.PowerEquipment.Honda.com to register your unit. 2. Click on Product Registration. 3. Complete the required information and click It's that simple! NO POSTAGE Product Registration NECESSARY IF MAILED IN THE UNITED STATES BUSINESS REPLY MAIL FIRST-CLASS MAIL   PERMIT NO. 117...

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