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Panasonic PTO-Driven 6" Owner's Manual

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PTO-Driven 6" Wood Chipper
OWNER'S MANUAL
Read carefully and understand RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION and instructions
before operating. Failure to follow the safety rules and other basic safety precautions
may result in serious personal injury.
Item #180100

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    PTO-Driven 6" Wood Chipper OWNER’S MANUAL Read carefully and understand RULES FOR SAFE OPERATION and instructions before operating. Failure to follow the safety rules and other basic safety precautions may result in serious personal injury. Item #180100...

  • Page 2: General Safety Rules

    Thank you very much for choosing a NORTHERN TOOL + EQUIPMENT CO., INC., Product! For future reference, please complete the owner’s record below: Model: _______________ Purchase Date: _______________ Save the receipt, warranty and these instructions. It is important that you read the entire manual to become familiar with this product before you begin using it.

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    WORK AREA Keep everyone — especially children — away from the area of operation. Anyone who has not read this manual and received instructions from a qualified person should not be in the area. Provided labels on the unit advise the user of proper hitch dimensions and maximum safe operating speed.

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    Never leave the chipper running unattended. Do not attempt alterations, repairs, or adjustments while the chipper head is turning. Always disconnect the PTO and stop the motor. ALWAYS make sure the feed roll drive-shaft and pivots are properly lubricated. ALWAYS make sure the feed roll clutch is properly lubricated and the clutch releases when the handle is pushed toward the chute.

  • Page 5: Machine Operation

    On drive-lines with torque limiting or overrunning devices, specify that the device be positioned on the end of the drive-line by the implement. For implement connections which require bolts or set screws, select and/or supply hardware which minimizes protrusions. For tractor PTO shaft connections, specify a safety type yoke (twist or slide collar) to minimize protrusions.

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    1. The chipper is a flywheel-and-knife type of chipper, not a shredder. The blades actually chip the limbs as they are fed into the head. The blades must be sharp to operate properly. Dirt, rocks, nails, or other foreign material will shorten blade life. 2.

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    the lock washers and flat washers. 11. Do not operate the unit without the deflector in place. 12. Before stopping the chipper, be sure the all of the material is out of the head and out of the feed roll. 13.

  • Page 8: Trouble Shooting

    WARNING: Always stop the PTO, turn off the engine and remove the key before performing any inspection, maintenance, adjustments or cleaning. Lubricate: PTO shaft — 2 zerks on universals once a day with multipurpose grease. Slip Joint — Lubricate with multi-purpose grease. Feed roll pivot —...

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    Symptom Problems Solution Main drive Tighten Head slows but belts are slipping tractor does not Sharpen/reverse Blades dull Blades dull Sharpen/reverse Feed roll clutch Release feed roll clutch and remove kicking in and out Material jammed material by pulling cut of chute, trim of gear excessively in chute forks, and feed into chute...

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    PARTS LIST...

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    DESCRIPTION DESCRIPTION Bolt 8×18 Chipper blade Washer 8 Flywheel Washer 8 Key C6*20 Gearbox mounting plate Main shaft assembly Bolt 6×90 Key C10*50 Bolt 8×25 Little around plate Release hand seat Outer protective cover assembly Nut 6 Front supporting plate Nut 8 Rear cover Worm reduction gear WPR40 30 1II...

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    Bearing seat shim Washer 12 Bearing seat adjust screw Rear plate Drive shaft Driving pulley of W.R.G Nut M10 Belt Side plate Driving pulley of W.R.G WARNING Some dust created by power sanding, sawing, grinding, drilling, and other construction activities contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.

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