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Transport And Storage - Husqvarna FS400 LV Operator's Manual

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WARNING! This machine produces an
!
electromagnetic field during operation. This
field may under some circumstances
interfere with active or passive medical
implants. To reduce the risk of serious or
fatal injury, we recommend persons with
medical implants to consult their physician
and the medical implant manufacturer
before operating this machine.
Work area safety
Observe your surroundings to ensure that nothing can
affect your control of the machine.
Ensure that no one/nothing can come into contact with the
cutting equipment or be hit by parts if the blade breaks.
Do not use the machine in bad weather, such as dense
fog, heavy rain, strong wind, intense cold, etc. Working in
bad weather is tiring and can lead to dangerous
conditions, e.g. slippery surfaces.
Never start to work with the machine before the working
area is clear and you have a firm foothold. Look out for any
obstacles with unexpected movement. Ensure when
cutting that no material can become loose and fall,
causing injury to the operator.Take great care when
working on sloping ground.
Ensure that the working area is sufficiently illuminated to
create a safe working environment.
Make sure that no pipes or electrical cables are routed in
the working area or in the material to be cut.
Make sure that electrical cables within the working area
are not live.
Basic working techniques
This machine is designed and intended for cutting of fresh
and hardened concrete in different hardness classes and
of asphalt. Use in any other way is considered as contrary
to the intended use.
Always saw in a manner that permits easy access to the
machine stop.
Check that no tools or other objects have been left lying
on the machine.
Never leave the machine unsupervised with the motor
running.
Always check that the blade guard is fitted correctly before
starting the machine. Never cut without using the blade
guard.
Clearly mark out all cuts to be made before you start
sawing, plan these so they can be carried out without
danger to persons or the machine.
Do not turn, rotate or move the machine sideways while
the blade is rotating.
Firmly secure or anchor concrete blocks before cutting.
The heavy weight of cut material can cause both
extensive damage to the machine and serious personal
injury if it cannot be moved under controlled conditions.
Make sure that there is always another person close at
hand when you use the machines, so that you can call for
help if an accident should occur.
OPERATING
Jammed blade
A blade can become jammed because of:
The tension of the drive belt
Incorrect fuel type
Too high feed rate
Too sharp inclination of the work piece
Always loosen the blade from the groove and carefully inspect
the machine before you continue to work.

Transport and storage

The machine is equipped with transportation wheels, and
can easily be transported without the engine running.
Make sure that the blade is in the top position before
moving the machine.
Remove the blade before transportation or storage of the
machine.
Observe care when lifting. You are handling heavy parts,
which imply the risk of pinch injuries or other injuries.
Always use the machine mounted lifting eye when lifting.
Secure the equipment during transportation in order to
avoid transport damage and accidents.
For transport and storage of fuel, see the section "Fuel
handling".
For transport and storage of Blades, see the section
"Blades".
Store the equipment in a lockable area so that it is out of
reach of children and unauthorized persons.
If there is a risk of freezing, the machine must be drained
of any remaining water coolant.
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