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Si la motosierra se utiliza y se mantiene de acuerdo al manual del operador, y aún así falla debido a un defecto en material o mano de obra dentro de los dos años a partir de la fecha de compra, regrésela a la tienda Sears u otro punto de venta de Craftsman® en los Estados Unidos para que sea reemplazada sin cargo.
Chain should stop turn- ing when the trigger is released. If the chain turns after the trigger has been released, have the unit serviced by your nearest Craftsman service dealer. Check for damaged parts. Any part or guard...
Always wear eye protection with side shields marked to comply with ANSI Z87.1, along with hearing and head protection. KIcKBAcK See Figures 1 - 3. WARNING: Kickback may occur when the moving chain contacts an object at the upper portion of the tip of the guide bar or when the wood closes in and pinches the saw chain in the cut.
GUIDE BARs Generally, guide bars with small radius tips have somewhat lower kickback potentials. When making a replacement, be sure to order one of the Craftsman bars listed for the saw in this operator’s manual. 5 - English...
BATTERY sAFETY Battery operated units do not have to be plugged into an electrical outlet; therefore, they are always in operating condition. Be aware of possible hazards even when unit is not operating. Remove the battery pack from the chain saw before cleaning, servicing, storing, transport- ing, removing material from the unit, chang- ing accessories such as the bar and chain, or...
Bar Tip Guard An attachment that may be provided on the end of the guide bar to prevent the chain at the end of the guide bar from contacting the wood. Bucking The process of cross cutting a felled tree or log into lengths.
The following signal words and meanings are intended to explain the levels of risk associated with this product. sYMBOL sIGNAL DANGER: WARNING: cAUTION: cAUTION: Some of the following symbols may be used on this product. Please study them and learn their meaning.
Voltage Type or a characteristic of current FEATUREs KNOW YOUR cHAINsAW See Figure 4. The safe use of this product requires an understanding of the information on the product and in this operator’s manual as well as a knowledge of the project you are attempting.
Limbing and pruning branches from trees Felling small trees up to 5 in. diameter Bucking the fallen tree into shorter lengths This product will accept Craftsman 19.2 V lithium- ion battery packs and Craftsman 19.2 V nickel- cadmium battery packs.
PREPARATION FOR cUTTING PROPER GRIP ON HANDLEs See Figures 8 - 10. Refer to General SaFety ruleS earlier in this manual for appropriate safety equipment. Wear non-slip gloves for maximum grip and protection. Hold the saw firmly with both hands. Always keep your left hand on the front handle and your right hand on the rear handle so that your body is to the left of the chain line.
TREE FELLING See Figures 12-16. Unusual Hazardous Tree Felling conditions Do not fell trees during periods of high wind or heavy precipitation. Wait to do your cutting until the hazard has ended. WARNING: Do not cut down trees having an extreme lean or large trees that have rotten limbs, loose bark, or hollow trunks.
As tree starts to fall, stop the chain saw and put it down immediately. Retreat along the cleared path, but watch the action in case something falls your way. Be alert for overhead limbs or branches that may fall and watch your footing.
Limbs should be cut one at a time. Remove the cut limbs from the work area often to help keep the work area clean and safe. Branches under tension should be cut from the bottom up to avoid binding the chain saw. ...
Service Center. MAINTENANcE BATTERIEs This product will accept Craftsman lithium-ion battery packs and Craftsman 19.2 V nickel-cadmium battery packs. The batteries for this product have been designed to provide maximum trouble-free life. However, like all batteries, they will eventually wear out.
REPLAcING BAR AND cHAIN See Figures 24 - 28. WARNING: Remove the battery pack from the chain saw and make sure the chain has stopped before you do any work or making any adjustments on the saw. Failure to do so may result in accidental starting and possible serious injury.
NOTE: Inspect the drive sprocket for wear or dam- age when replacing the chain. If signs of wear or damage are present in the areas indicated, have the drive sprocket replaced by a Craftsman Ser- vice dealer. MAINTENANcE HOW TO sHARPEN THE cUTTERs See Figures 33 - 34.
sIDE PLATE ANGLE See Figure 36. CORRECT - 80° Produced automatically if correct diameter file is used in file holder. HOOK - “Grabs” and dulls quickly. Increases potential of KIcKBAcK. Results from using a file with diameter too small, or file held too low.
3. Check guide bar and chain for damage. CALL US FIRST For any questions about operating or maintaining your product, call the Craftsman Your product has been fully tested prior to shipment to ensure your complete satisfaction. 20 - English sOLUTION 1.
Fig. 1 A - Rotational kickback (contragolpe rotatorio) Fig. 2 A - Kickback danger zone (zona de peligro de contragolpe) Fig. 3 A - Pull (tirón) B - Push (empujón) Fig.4 A - Chain cover (tapa de la cadena) B - Chain oil tank cap (tapa del tanque del aceite de la cadena) C - Bar (barra) D - Chain (cadena)
Fig. 5 A - Battery port (receptáculo de las pilas) B - Latches (pestillos) C - Battery pack (paquete de pilas) Fig. 6 Fig. 7 A - Trigger lock-out button (botón de seguro del gatillo) B - Trigger (gatillo) Fig. 8 Fig.
Fig. 13 135° 45° 90° 45° 135° A - Planned line of fall (línea planeada de caída) B - Safe retreat zone (zona de retirada segura) Fig. 14 A - Hinge 2 in. or 1/10 dia (bisagra 51 mm [2 pulg.] ó 1/10 del diám.) B - Back cut 2 in.
Fig. 21 CUT LImBS one AT A TIme AnD LeAve SUPPoRT LImBS UnDeR TRee UnTIL LoG IS CUT CoRTe UnA RAmA A LA veZ y DeJe RAmAS De SoPoRTe BAJo eL áRBoL HASTA qUe eSTé CoRTADo eL TRonCo Fig. 22 A - Second cut (segundo corte) B - Load (carga) C - First cut 1/3 diameter (primer corte...
Fig. 29 APPRox. .050 in. Aprox. 0.050 pulg. (1.25 mm) Fig. 30 FLATS / PARTeS PLAnAS Fig. 31 A - Cutting corner (esquina de corte) B - Top plate (placa superior) C - Rivet hole (orificio del remache) D - Heel (talón) E - Gullet (garganta) F - Toe (puntera) G - Depth gauge (calibre de profundidad)
Fig. 39 A - Restore original shape by rounding the front (restablezca la forma original redondeando la parte frontal) Fig. 40 A - Lubricating hole (orificio lubricación) Fig. 41...
– MODEL NUMBER 315.341300 The model number will be found on a plate attached to the motor housing. Always mention the model number in all correspondence regarding your cHAINsAW or when ordering repair parts. sEE BAcK PAGE FOR PARTs ORDERING INsTRUcTIONs...
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