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Husqvarna 125BT Operator's Manual

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Husqvarna
t2
Power
Blower
Operator's
manual
Manuel d'utilisation
The engine exhaust from this product
contains chemicals
known to the State
of California to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive
harm.
r_,
Read through
the Operator's
manual
carefully
and
understand
the content
before
using
the machine.
Lire attentlvement
le manuel
d'utlilisation
et assMmiler
son contenu
avant
d'utiliser
la machine.
46011-886
114 02 11-32

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  • Page 1 Husqvarna Power Blower The engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth Operator's manual defects or other reproductive harm. Manuel d'utilisation Read through the Operator's manual carefully understand the content before using the machine.
  • Page 2 - improper operation may cause injuries to the user or persons nearby Loss of sight may also occur. To prevent injudes be sure to observe the following instructions . Before operating the blower, be sure to fully read, understand and fellow the instructions in the Operatots Manuel, safe_y regutations and warnings "...
  • Page 3 Flame Strictly Forbidden To prevent an accident or fire, strictly observe the following instructions when handling fuel or operating the blower.(Fig.4) _WARNING Fuel is flammable. Operate the blower only where there is no flame. If you are storing or mixing fuel, do it where there is no flame. While operating the blower, keep away from flames.
  • Page 4 • Operate the blower correctly. Do not hold the body in your hands when operating the blower. • The fan operates constantly during blower operation, so take care to prevent it. • The blower operates the fan at high speed to generate wind. Do not apply shocks or external force to the machine during operation.
  • Page 5 CONTENTS Do not tamper with the original emission related parts: WARNING! Under no circumstances should you • Carburetor and internal parts modify the original design of the blower • Spark Plug without approval from the manufacturer. • Magneto or electronic ignition system Always use genuine spare parts.
  • Page 6 SYM BOL EXPLANATION Other symbolsldecals on the machine refer to Symbols special certification requirements for certain WA RN IN (;_ markets. Careless or incorrect use of"the blower can result in serious damage or fatal injury to the operator or others. (';hecks and/or maintenance should be carried out with the engine...
  • Page 7 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS BRE£[ t lING PRO'I'ECTION Personal protective equipment Breathing protection should be worn if there is a risk of'dust. MPORTANT INFORMATION A blower used incorrectly or carelessly become a dangerous tool, which can cause serious damage or fatal injury to the operator others.
  • Page 8 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS 3. Muffler 2. Vibration damping system /---Z.%. The muffler is designed to & give the lowest possible noise Your machine is equipped level and to direct the engine's with a vibt:arion damping exhaust fumes away from the system, which is designed operator.
  • Page 9 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Control, maintenance and service of 3. Muffler the machine's safety equipment 1. Never use a machine that has a defective mufNer. IMPORTANT INFORMATION 2. Check regularly that the • All service and repairs to the machine require mufl]er is secure. special training.
  • Page 10 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Fuel safety General safety instructions IMPORTANT INFORMATION • Always use a fuel container with an anti-spill valve. • The only accessories to be used with the engine unit as a drive source are the cutting units we • Never fill the machine recommend in the chapter "Technical...
  • Page 11 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS General working instructions IMPORTANT INFORMATION WARNING! Always use the harness when working with • This section considers basic safety rules when the machine, otherwise it will not be working with blowers. possible to operate it safety and this can •...
  • Page 12 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Basic working techniques Never operate the blower in poorly • Adjust the harness so tlnat the machine is easy to carl T. ventilated spaces where exhause filmes might otherwise be inhaled. WARNINGt Always stop the engine when cleaning. Do not operate the blower while standing on a ladder or a stand.
  • Page 13 WHAT IS WHAT? What is what on the blower? Spa_kpRg CLoke Furl _a_k Hara_ess Mu{'tte_' Handle No_>:le Bow _ube _Ih*> viec{m{ml...
  • Page 14 ASSEMBLY Assembly of the blower Connect the flexible hose (A) to the fan's outlet tube (B) with a hose clamp. Connect the operating robe (C) to the flexible hose with a hose clamp. Fit the control handle (D) on the operating tube (C).
  • Page 15 FUEL HANDLING Fuel mixture Mixture • Always mix petrol and eli in a clean container intended for NOTE! petrol. The machine is fitted with a two-strok_ engine and must ahvays be run on a mixture of petrol and two stroke oil. It is •...
  • Page 16 START AND STOP Start and stop Start Press the machine body WARNING! against the ground using Always move the machine from the filling your left hand (NOTE! Not area before starting. Place the machine your foot). Grip the starter a flat surface. Make sure no unauthorised handle, slowly pull out the persons are in the working...
  • Page 17 MAINTENANCE Carburettor Basic setting • The carbureetor is set to its basic setting when test run at the Your product has been designed and manuihctured l]_cto U. The basic setting is richer than the optimal setting that reduce harmful emissions. to specifications and should be kept during the machine's first working After your unit has been...
  • Page 18 MAINTENANCE Muffler Cooling system NOTE! To maintain as low opera- lnuJ:flers are l:]tted with a catalytic converter. See Some ting temperature as possible "TaWndca!data"to see whether your machine is fitted with a the engine is equipped with catalytic converten a cooling system. The cooling system consists 'lhe muffler is designed to dampen the noise level and...
  • Page 19 Air filter *ihe air fih:<rshotfid be eleaaed regularly i'em_vh_g dlia a_d dirt {o avoid: * carburettor I_lV_H/C*iOII " stard lg probiems ' redu<ed e,gi_e powel , mme_.cssary wcag I0 • abr,orma_ fi_d Cieatl he fiker a_el every 25 bouts or moic rcg l_a@ ex<cptioi_al/y dusb,.
  • Page 20 MAINTENANCE Weekly Monthly maintenance maintenance I. Cbeck tl_e starter, tile l. Clean the fuel tank. starter cord and tbe remm spring. 2. Clean die carburettor 2. blake sure that the the area surrounding vibration damping eleme/lts are not damaged. 3. Clean the fan and the area [_0,5 around it.
  • Page 21 TEC HN ICAL DATA Technical data 125BT Engine 25,4 Cylinder capacity, cm :_ Cylinder bore, lUiil Stroke length, mm 3 300 Idling speed, rpm 7 800 Recommended max. speed, rpm Max. engine output, ace. to ISO 8893 0,TkWi7000cpmimin Catalytic converter muffler Ignition system...
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