Husqvarna 1150901-95 Operator's Manual
Husqvarna 1150901-95 Operator's Manual

Husqvarna 1150901-95 Operator's Manual

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Please r ead the operator's manual carefully and make sure you understand the instructions
E E E E n n n n g g g g l l l l i i i i s s s s h h h h
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  • Page 1 Operator’s manual 357XP EP A I EP A II Please r ead the operator’s manual carefully and make sure you understand the instructions E E E E n n n n g g g g l l l l i i i i s s s s h h h h before using the machine.
  • Page 2: Key To Symbols

    Symbols on the mac hine: W ARNING! Chain saws can be dangerous! Careless or improper use can result in serious or fatal injury to the operator or others. Please read the operator’s manual carefully and make sure you understand the instructions before using the machine.
  • Page 3 KEY T O SYMBOLS Y ou will find the following labels on your chain saw: EP A I EPA II The Emissions Compliance P eriod referred to on the Emission Compliance label indicates the number of operating hours for which the engine has been shown to meet Federal emissions requirements.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Contents KEY TO SYMBOLS Symbols on the machine: ... Symbols in the operator’s manual: ... CONTENTS Contents ... INTR ODUCTION Dear customer! ... WHA T IS WHAT? What is what on the chain sa w? ... GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS Bef ore using a new chain saw ...
  • Page 5: Intr Oduction

    Dear customer! Cong ratulations on your choice to buy a Husqvarna product! Husqvarna is based on a tradition that dates back to 1689, when the Swedish King Karl XI ordered the construction of a factory on the banks of the Huskvarna River, for production of muskets.
  • Page 6: Wha T Is What

    What is what on the c hain saw? Cylinder cover Front handle Chain brake and front hand guard Starter Chain oil tank Starter handle Adjuster screws carburetor Choke control/Start throttle lock Rear handle 10 Stop switch (Ignition on/off switch.) 11 Fuel tank 12 Muffler 13 Bar tip sprocket 14 Chain...
  • Page 7: General Safety Preca Utions

    GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS Bef ore using a new chain saw • Please read this manual carefully. • Check that the cutting equipment is correctly fitted and adjusted. See instructions under the heading Assembly. • Refuel and start the chain saw. See the instructions under the headings Fuel Handling and Starting and Stopping.
  • Page 8: Personal Protective Equipment

    GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS possib le. Your dealer, forestry school or your library can provide information about which training materials and courses are available. Work is constantly in progress to improve the design and technology - improvements that increase your safety and efficiency.
  • Page 9 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • The brake is applied when the front hand guard (B) is pushed forwards. • This movement activates a spring-loaded mechanism that tightens the brake band (C) around the engine drive system (D) (clutch drum). • The front hand guard is not designed solely to activate the chain brake.
  • Page 10: Chain Catcher

    GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS of the front hand guard, the chain brake can only be activated by the inertia action. Will my hand always activate the chain brake during a kickback? No. It takes a certain force to move the hand guard forward.
  • Page 11: Cutting Equipment

    GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS chain saw, including the cutting equipment, is insulated from the handles by vibration damping units. Cutting hardwoods (most broadleaf trees) creates more vibration than cutting softwoods (most conifers). Cutting with cutting equipment that is blunt or faulty (wrong type or badly sharpened) will increase the vibration level.
  • Page 12 To maintain the safety features of the cutting equipment, you should replace a worn or damaged bar or chain with a bar and chain combinations recommended by Husqvarna. See instructions under the heading Technical Data for a list of replacement bar and chain combinations we recommend.
  • Page 13: Sharpening Your Chain And Adjusting Depth Gauge Setting

    GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • Number of drive links. Sharpening your chain and adjusting depth gauge setting General information on sharpening cutting teeth • Never use a blunt chain. When the chain is blunt you have to exert more pressure to force the bar through the wood and the chips will be very small.
  • Page 14: Tensioning The Chain

    GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS • File all the teeth to the same length. When the length of the cutting teeth is reduced to 0.16 inch (4 mm) the chain is worn out and should be replaced. General advice on adjusting depth gauge setting •...
  • Page 15: Lubricating Cutting Equipment

    GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS The position of the chain tensioning screw on our chain saws varies from model to model. See instructions under the heading What is what? to find out where it is on your model. Lubricating cutting equipment WARNING! Poor lubrication of cutting equipment may cause the chain to snap, which could lead to serious, even fatal injuries.
  • Page 16 GENERAL SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Chain drive sprocket The clutch drum is fitted with one of the following drive sprockets: A Spur sprocket (the chain sprocket is welded on the drum) B Rim sprocket (replaceable) Regularly check the degree of wear on the drive sprocket. Replace if wear is excessive.
  • Page 17: Assembly

    Fitting the bar and chain WARNING! Always wear gloves, when working with the chain. Check that the chain brake is in disengaged position by moving the front hand guard towards the front handle. Remove the bar nuts and remove the clutch cover (chain brake).
  • Page 18: Fuel Handling Fuel

    When working with continuous high revs (e.g. limbing) a higher octane is recommended. Environment fuel HUSQVARNA recommends the use of alkylate fuel or environmental fuel for four-stroke engines blended with two-stroke oil as set out below. Note that carburetor adjustment may be necessary when changing the type of fuel (see instructions under the heading Carburetor).
  • Page 19: Fueling

    • Never use waste oil. This results in damage to the oil pump, the bar and the chain. • It is important to use oil of the right grade (suitable viscosity range) to suit the air temperature. • In temperatures below 32°F (0°C) some oils become too viscous.
  • Page 20: Starting And Stopping

    Starting and stopping WARNING! Note the following before starting: The chain brake must be engaged when the chain saw is started to reduce the chance of contact with the moving chain during starting. Never start a chain saw unless the bar, chain and all covers are fitted correctly.
  • Page 21: Starting And Stopping

    As the chain brake is still activated the engine must return to idling speed as soon as possible by disengaging the throttle latch in order to avoid unnecessery wear on the clutch assembly. Note! Pull the front hand guard towards the front handle. The chain brake is now disengaged.
  • Page 22: Working Techniques

    Before use: Check that the chain brake works correctly and is not damaged. Check that the rear right hand guard is not damaged. Check that the throttle lockout works correctly and is not damaged. Check that the stop switch works correctly and is not damaged.
  • Page 23: General Rules

    Before moving your chain saw switch off the engine and lock the chain using the chain brake. Carry the chain saw with the bar and chain pointing backwards. Fit a guard to the bar before transporting the chain saw or carrying it for any distance. When you put the chain saw on the ground, lock the saw chain using the chain brake and ensure you have a constant view of the machine.
  • Page 24: Basic Cutting Technique

    In order to keep control of your saw, always maintain a firm foothold. Never work on a ladder, in a tree or on any other insecure support. Always use a fast cutting speed, i.e. full throttle. Take great care when you cut with the top edge of the bar, i.e.
  • Page 25 Two factors decide whether the chain will jam or the object that you are cutting will split: the first is how the object is supported before and after cutting, and the second is whether it is in tension. In most cases you can avoid these problems by cutting in two stages;...
  • Page 26: Tree Felling Technique

    Start by cutting from above (about 1/3 of the way through). Finish by cutting from below so that the two cuts meet. Tree felling technique IMPORTANT! It takes a lot of experience to fell a tree. Inexperienced users of chain saws should not fell trees. Do not attempt any task beyond your experience level! Safe distance The safe distance between a tree that is to be felled and...
  • Page 27 Remove any undergrowth from the base of the tree and check the area for obstacles (stones, branches, holes, etc.) so that you have a clear path of retreat when the tree starts to fall. Your path of retreat should be roughly 135 degrees away from the intended felling direction.
  • Page 28: Freeing A Tree That Has Fallen Badly

    All control over the felling direction is lost if the felling hinge is too narrow or non-existent, or if the directional cuts and felling cut are badly placed. When the felling cut and directional cut are complete the tree should start to fall by itself or with the aid of a felling wedge or breaking bar.
  • Page 29: How To Avoid Kickback

    General advice: Position yourself so that you will be clear of the tree or branch when the tension is released. Make one or more cuts at or near the point of maximum tension. Make as many cuts of sufficient depth as necessary to reduce the tension and make the tree or branch break at the point of maximum tension.
  • Page 30: Maintenance

    These limit the adjustment possibilities to a maximum of a 1/2 turn. Your Husqvarna product has been designed and manufactured to specifications that reduce harmful emissions. Function •...
  • Page 31: Checking, Maintaining And Servicing Chain Saw Safety Equipment

    High speed jet H At the factory the engine is adjusted at sea level. When working at a high altitude or in different weather conditions, temperatures and atmospheric humidity, it may be necessary to make minor adjustments to the high speed jet. CAUTION! If the high speed jet is screwed in too far, it may damage the piston/cylinder.
  • Page 32: Throttle Lockout

    Checking the brake trigger Place the chain saw on firm ground and start it. Make sure the chain does not touch the ground or any other object. See the instructions under the heading Start and stop. Grasp the chain saw firmly, wrapping your fingers and thumbs around the handles.
  • Page 33: Muffler

    Vibration damping system Regularly check the vibration damping units for cracks or deformation. Make sure the vibration damping units are securely attached to the engine unit and handle unit. Stop switch Start the engine and make sure the engine stops when you move the stop switch to the stop setting.
  • Page 34: Starter

    Starter WARNING! When the recoil spring is wound up in the starter housing it is under tension and can, if handled carelessly, pop out and cause personal injury. Care must be exercised when replacing the return spring or the starter cord. Wear protective glasses and protective gloves.
  • Page 35: Air Filter

    A damaged air filter must always be replaced. A HUSQVARNA chain saw can be equipped with different types of air filters according to working conditions, weather, season, etc. Contact your dealer for advice.
  • Page 36: Needle Bearing Lubrication

    Needle bearing lubrication The clutch drum has a needle bearing on the output shaft. This needle bearing must be lubricated regularly (once a week). When lubricating, remove the clutch cover by loosening the two bar nuts. Lay the saw on its side with the clutch drum upwards.
  • Page 37: Winter Use

    Winter use Running problems can occur when using the machine in the cold and snowy conditions caused by: • Too low engine temperature. • Icing of the air filter and carburetor. Special measures are therefore often required: • Partly mask the air inlet on the starter to increase the working temperature of the engine.
  • Page 38: Maintenance Schedule

    Maintenance schedule The following is a list of the maintenance that must be performed on the machine. Most of the items are described in the Maintenance section. Daily maintenance Clean the outside of the machine. Check that the components of the throttle control work safely.
  • Page 39: Technical Data

    Technical data Engine Cylinder displacement, Cylinder bore, inch/mm Stroke, inch/mm Idle speed, rpm Power, kW/ rpm Ignition system Manufacturer of ignition system Type of ignition system Spark plug Electrode gap, inch/mm Fuel and lubrication system Manufacturer of carburetor Carburetor type Fuel tank capacity, US pint/litre Oil pump capacity at 9,000 rpm, ml/min Oil tank capacity, US pint/litre...
  • Page 40: Bar And Chain Combinations

    Chain saw models Husqvarna 357XP and 359 met the kickback performance requirements of ANSI B 175.1-2000 when tested with the combinations of bars and saw chains listed below. The saw chain Husqvarna H30 is also classified as a low kickback saw chain since it met the requirements for low kickback saw chain outlined in ANSI B 175.1-2000. We recommend to use only the listed combinations of bars and chains for chain saw models Husqvarna 357XP and 359.
  • Page 41: Saw Chain Filing And File Gauges

    TECHNICAL DATA Saw chain filing and file gauges English – 41...
  • Page 42: Federal Emission Control Warranty Statement Your Warranty Rights And Obligations

    REPAIR OR REPLACEMENT OF PARTS Repair or replacement of any warranted part will be performed at no charge to the owner at an approved Husqvarna Forest & Garden servicing dealer. If you have any questions regarding your warranty rights and responsibilities, you should contact your nearest authorized servicing dealer or call Husqvarna Forest &...
  • Page 43: American Standard Safety Precautions

    AMERICAN STANDARD SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Safety precautions for chain saw users (ANSI B 175.1-2000 Annex C) Kickback safety precautions WARNING! Kickback may occur when the nose or tip of the guide bar touches an object, or when the wood closes in and pinches the saw chain in the cut.
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