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Quick Guide to
Chainsaws.
The essentials of a chainsaw.

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    Quick Guide to Chainsaws. The essentials of a chainsaw.

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    About this Guide This guide is meant to introduce you to the basics of a chain- saw. Its purpose is to outline the best practices to consider when purchasing, servicing and using a chainsaw. Notice to reader: The information contained in this guide are for general purposes only.

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    Replace the chain It is time to replace the chain when the longest portion of the cutting tooth is less that 4mm or if you find cracks. Depth gauge. The height difference between the position of the depth gauge and tip of the tooth (depth gauge clearance) determines how much the cutting tooth will cut.

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    How often should the chain be sharpened? A saw chain sharpness is impaired after time even if you have been avoiding cutting objects that reduce its sharpness (rock, soil, etc.). The chain becomes blunt. If the Who uses Chain saws? chain has sawn through stone it is useless and must be sharpened immediately.

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    Maintenance of cutting equipment. Wear work gloves when you inspect the chainsaw’s cutting equipment. Check cutting equipment regularly. Chain tension. Make sure the chain tension is correctly tensioned. A slack chain may jump off the guide bar, injure you and damage the chainsaw. An overly tight chain tension can cause premature wear of the guide bar.

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    Safety First Chainsaws are an efficient tool. However it can be dangerous if used incorrectly. To avoid injuries it is important to follow proper safety procedures based on the Operator’s Manual of your chainsaw. Even if you only occasionally use a chainsaw around the house, proper safety gear is essential to avoiding severe inju- ries.

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    Maintenance and Safety Inspections Service your chainsaw regularly to maintain efficiency and safety. You can perform basic service yourself according to the service points below. For further assistance consult with local chainsaw expert. 1. CHAIN BRAKE Clean and Check brake function for safe operation. 2.

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    Online and Catalogue Retailers Buying a Chainsaw Cons: Pros: × Lack of personal support Buying a chainsaw can be made an easy process » Low Prices × No product set-up when you break it down to smaller decisions: Gas » Product reviews by oth- vs.

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    Local Chainsaw Dealers Questions to ask before buying a Cons: Pros: × Limited selection to certain Extensive Product Knowledge » chainsaw. brands Service & Support » × Premium prices Selection of Parts » × Shorter product return and What is your level of experience using a chainsaw? □...

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    Personal Protective Gear □ Protective Head Gear Head, eyes, hearing protection. □ Protective Jacket Upper body coverage □ Protective Pants/ Chaps Leg protection with chain stopping material. □ Protective Boots Steal toes forestry boots. □ Protective Gloves Quick Guide to Chainsaws. Quick Guide to Chainsaws.

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    Performance & Maintenance □ Approved Gas Can □ Approved 2-Cycle Mix Oil □ Bar & Chain Oil □ Saw Carrying Case □ Chain Sharpening Kit Quick Guide to Chainsaws. Quick Guide to Chainsaws.

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    Quick Guide to Chainsaws. Quick Guide to Chainsaws.

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