BEFORE STARTING ENGINE
EVERY 10 HOURS
FIRST CHANGE AT 10 HOURS
EVERY 25 HOURS THEREAFTER
E VERY 25 HOURS
EVERY 25 HOURS
Perform these required maintenance procedures at the
frequency stated in the table. These procedures should
also be a part of any seasonal tune-up.
NOTE: Failure to maintain your trimmer at the recom -
mended schedule may result in poor performance and/
or cause permanent damage to your trimmer
NOTE: Some maintenance procedures may require
special tools or skills. If you are unsure about these pro -
cedures call 1-866-941-LEHR for the location of your
nearest authorized service dealer.
NOTE: Maintenance, replacement, or repair of the
emission control devices and system may be performed
by any non-road engine repair establishment, individual
or authorized service dealer.
Oil Fill Plug/Dipstick
WHEN SERVICING, USE ONLY
IDENTICAL REPLACEMENT PARTS. USE
OF ANY OTHER PARTS MAY CREATE A
HAZARD OR CAUSE PRODUCT
TO PREVENT EXTENSIVE ENGINE WEAR AND
DAMGE TO THE UNIT, ALWAYS MAINTAIN THE
PROPER OIL LEVEL IN THE CRANKCASE. NEVER
OPERATE THE UNIT WITH THE LEVEL BELOW
THE BOTTOM OF THE DIPSTICK.
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CLEAN AND RE-OIL AIR FILTER
CHECK SPARK PLUG POSITION AND GAP
R OCKER ARM CLEARANCE ADJ USTMENT
CHECKING THE OIL LEVEL
The importance of checking and maintaining the proper
oil level in the crankcase cannot be overemphasized.
Check oil before each use:
1. Stop the engine and allow to cool.
2. Place the unit on a at, level surface to get a proper
3. Keep dirt, grass clippings and other debris out of the
4. Remove the oil ll plug/dipstick and wipe o oil. Rein -
5. Remove the oil ll plug/dipstick and check the oil level.
6. If the level is low, add a small amount of oil to the oil
NOTE: Do not over ll the unit.
NOTE: Make sure the O-Ring is in place on the oil ll
plug/dipstick when checking and changing the oil
oil level reading.
engine. Clean the area around the oil ll plug/dipstick
before removing it.
sert it all the way back in.
Oil should be between the add and ll marks. (Fig. 17)
ll hole (Fig. 18) and recheck. Repeat this procedure
until the oil level reaches the full mark of the dipstick:
Oil Fill Plug/
Oil Fill Hole