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Safety Warnings - Do's & Do Not's; Safety First - Husqvarna MC 18 9H Spare Parts & Operator's Manual

Husqvarna mc 18 saw spare parts & operator's manual
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WARNING:
INSTRUCTIONS COULD RESULT IN DEATH OR SERIOUS BODILY INJURY.
DO
read this entire operator's manual before operating this machine. Understand all warnings, instructions, and controls.
DO
keep all guards in place and in good condition.
DO
wear safety approved hearing, eye, head and respiratory protection.
DO
read and understand all warnings and instructions on the machine.
DO
read and understand the symbol defi nitions contained in this manual.
DO
keep all parts of your body away from the blade and all other moving parts.
DO
know how to stop the machine quickly in case of emergency.
DO
turn the "ON/OFF" switch to the "OFF" position prior to connecting the electric powered model to the power source.
DO
inspect the blade, fl anges and shafts for damage before installing the blade.
DO
use the blade fl ange size shown for each blade size.
DO
use only steel center diamond blades manufactured for use on concrete saws.
DO
use only reinforced abrasive blades or steel center diamond blades manufactured for use on concrete saws.
DO
use only the blade fl anges supplied with the saw. Never use damaged or worn blade fl anges.
DO
use only blades marked with a maximum operating speed greater than the blade shaft speed. Verify speed by checking blade shaft
rpm and pulley diameters.
DO
verify saw drive confi guration by checking blade shaft RPM, pulley diameters, and blade fl ange diameter.
DO
read all safety materials and instructions that accompany any blade used with this machine.
DO
inspect each blade carefully before using it. If there are any signs of damage or unusual wear, DO NOT USE THE BLADE.
DO
mount the blade solidly and fi rmly. Wrench tighten the arbor nut.
DO
make sure the blade and fl anges are clean and free of dirt and debris before mounting the blade on the saw.
DO
use the correct blade for the type of work being done. Check with blade manufacturer if you do not know if blade is correct.
DO
use caution and follow the instructions when loading and unloading the machine.
DO
operate this machine only in well ventilated areas.
DO
instruct bystanders on where to stand while the machine is in operation.
DO
establish a training program for all operators of this machine.
DO
clear the work area of unnecessary people. Never allow anyone to stand in front of or behind the blade while the engine is
running.
DO
make sure the blade is not contacting anything before starting the engine.
DO
use caution when lifting and transporting this machine.
DO
always tie down the machine when transporting.
DO
use caution and follow instructions when setting up or transporting the machine.
DO
have all service performed by competent service personnel.
DO
make sure electric powered machines are plugged into a properly grounded circuit.
DO
make sure power cords are the proper size and in good condition.
DO
verify the blade arbor hole matches the machine spindle before mounting the blade
DO
always check for buried electrical cables before sawing. If unsure, contact the local utilities.
DO
clean the machine after each day's use.
DO
follow all electrical codes in your area.
DO
consider work area environment. Don't expose power tools to rain. Don't use power tools in wet locations.
DO
use caution to guard against electric shock. Prevent body contact with grounded surfaces (i.e., pipes, radiators, ranges,
refrigerators).
DO
use correct voltage and proper extension cords. Never carry tool by cord or yank it to disconnect it from receptacle. Keep cord
away from heat, oil and sharp edges.
DO
always transport the machine with the motor stopped.
DO
keep the handles dry, clean and free of oil and dirt.
DO
disconnect tools from power source when not in use, before servicing and when changing accessories.
DO
carefully maintain and clean for better and safer performance. Follow instructions for changing accessories. Inspect tool cords peri-
odically and, if damaged, have repaired by authorized service facility.
DO
always give a copy of this manual to the equipment user. If you need extra copies, call TOLL FREE 1-800-288-5040.
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SAFETY FIRST!

WARNINGS
DO's and DO NOT's
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THESE WARNINGS AND OPERATING
DO

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