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The use of any chainsaw may be hazardous. The saw chain has many sharp cutters. If the cutters contact your flesh, they will cut you, even if the chain is not moving. At full throttle, the chain speed can reach 45 mph (20 m/s). It is important that you read, fully understand and observe the following safety precautions and warnings. Read the Owners Manual DQG the safety instructions periodically. Pay special attention to the section on reactive forces. :DUQLQJ Reactive forces, including kickback, can be dangerous. Careless or improper use of any chainsaw may cause serious or fatal injury. All safety precautions that are generally observed when working with an ax or a hand saw also apply to the operation of chainsaws. However, because a chainsaw is a high-speed, fast-cutting power tool, special safety precautions must be observed to reduce the risk of personal injury.
Have your STIHL dealer show you how to operate your chainsaw. Observe all applicable local safety regulations, standards and ordinances. :DUQLQJ Minors should never be allowed to use a chainsaw. Bystanders, especially children, and animals should not be allowed in the area where a chainsaw is in use. Never let the saw run unattended. Store it in a locked place away from children and empty the fuel tank before storing for longer than a few days. Do not lend or rent your chainsaw without the Owners Manual. Be sure that anyone using your saw reads and understands the information contained in this manual. These safety precautions and warnings apply to the use of all STIHL chainsaws. Different models may have different parts and controls. See the appropriate section of your Owners Manual for a description of the controls and function of the parts of your model saw.
Safe use of a chainsaw involves 1. the operator 2. the saw 3. the use of the saw. 7+( 23(5$725 3K\VLFDO &RQGLWLRQ You must be in good physical condition and mental health and not under the influence of any substance (drugs, alcohol) which might impair vision, dexterity or judgment. Do not operate a chainsaw when you are fatigued. Be alert If you get tired while operating your chainsaw, take a break. Tiredness may result in loss of control. Working with any chainsaw can be strenuous. If you have any condition that might be aggravated by strenuous work, check with your doctor before operating a chainsaw. :DUQLQJ Prolonged use of chainsaws (or other machines) exposing the operator to vibrations may produce whitefinger disease (Raynauds phenomenon) or carpal tunnel syndrome. These conditions
7+( 86( 2) 7+( 6$: 7UDQVSRUWLQJ WKH FKDLQVDZ :DUQLQJ Always stop the engine before putting a chainsaw down or carrying it. Carrying a chainsaw with the engine running is extremely dangerous. Accidental acceleration of the engine can cause the chain to rotate. During operation, the powerhead muffler and the material around it reach extremely high temperatures. Avoid touching the hot muffler, you could receive serious burns. %\ KDQG When carrying your saw by hand, the engine must be stopped and the saw must be in the proper position. Grip the front handle and place the muffler away from the body.
The chain guard (scabbard) should be over the chain and the guide bar, which should point backwards. When carrying your saw, the bar should be behind you. %\ YHKLFOH When transporting in a vehicle, keep chain and bar covered with the chain guard. Properly secure your saw to prevent turnover, fuel spillage and damage to the saw.
3UHSDUDWLRQ IRU WKH XVH RI WKH VDZ Take off the chain guard and inspect for safety in operation. For assembly, follow the procedure described in the chapter Mounting the Bar and Chain of your Owners Manual. STIHL Oilomatic chain, guide bar and sprocket must match each other in gauge and pitch. Before replacing any bar and chain, see the sections on Specifications, "Kickback" and the "ANSI B 175.1-1991 chainsaw kickback standard" in this manual. :DUQLQJ Proper tension of the chain is extremely important. In order to avoid improper setting, the tensioning procedure must be followed as described in your manual. Always make sure the hexagonal nut(s) for the sprocket cover is (are) tightened securely after tensioning the chain. Never start the saw with the sprocket cover loose. Check chain tension once more after having tightened the nut(s)
and thereafter at regular intervals (whenever the saw is shut off). If the chain becomes loose while cutting, shut off the engine and then tighten. Never try to tighten the chain while the engine is running! )XHOLQJ Your STIHL chainsaw uses an oil-gasoline mixture for fuel (see chapter Fuel of your Owners Manual). :DUQLQJ Gasoline is an extremely flammable fuel. If spilled or ignited by a spark or other ignition source, it can cause fire and serious burn injury or property damage. Use extreme caution when handling gasoline or fuel mix. Do not smoke or bring any fire or flame near the fuel or the chainsaw. Note that combustible fuel vapors may be vented from the fuel system.
)XHOLQJ ,QVWUXFWLRQV :DUQLQJ Fuel your chainsaw in well-ventilated areas, outdoors only. Always shut off the engine and allow it to cool before refueling. Gasoline vapor pressure may build up inside the gas tank of a two cycle engine depending on the fuel used, the weather conditions, and the venting system of the tank. In order to reduce the risk of burns or other personal injury from escaping gas vapor and fumes, remove the fuel filler cap on the STIHL product carefully so as to allow any pressure build-up in the tank to release slowly. Never remove fuel filler cap while engine is running. Select bare ground for fueling and move at least 10 feet (3 m) from fueling spot before starting the engine. Wipe off any spilled fuel before starting your saw, and check for leakage. :DUQLQJ Check for fuel leakage while refueling and during operation. If fuel or oil leakage is found, do not start or run the engine until leak is fixed and spilled fuel has been wiped away. Take care not to get fuel on your clothing. If this happens, change your clothing immediately.
hot. Dont work alone. Keep within calling distance of others in case help is needed. Your chainsaw is equipped with a chain catcher. It is designed to reduce the risk of personal injury in the event of a thrown or broken chain. From time to time the catcher may be damaged or removed. To reduce the risk of personal injury, do not operate a chainsaw with a damaged or missing catcher. Inspect buffers periodically. Replace damaged, broken or excessively worn buffers immediately, since they may result in loss of control of the saw. A sponginess in the feel of the saw, increased vibration or increased bottoming during normal operation may indicate damage, breakage or excessive wear. Buffers should always be replaced in sets. If you have any questions as to whether the buffers should be replaced, consult your STIHL servicing dealer. :DUQLQJ Take extreme care in wet and freezing weather (rain, snow, ice). Put off the work when the weather is windy, stormy or rainfall is heavy.
:DUQLQJ Avoid stumbling on obstacles such as stumps, roots or rocks and watch out for holes or ditches. Clear the area where you are working. Be extremely cautious when working on slopes or uneven ground. There is increased danger of slipping on freshly debarked logs. :DUQLQJ To reduce the risk of serious or fatal injury to the operator or bystanders, never use the saw with one hand. You cannot control reactive forces and you may lose control of the saw, which can result in the skating or bouncing of the bar and chain along the limb or log. Even for those compact saws designed for use in confined spaces, one-handed operation is dangerous because the operator may lose control.
Wrap your fingers tightly around the handles, keeping the handles cradled between your thumb and forefinger. With your hands in this position, you can best oppose and absorb the push, pull and kickback forces of your saw without losing control (see section on reactive forces). Make sure your chainsaw handles and grip are in good condition and free of moisture, pitch, oil or grease. :DUQLQJ Do not operate your chainsaw with the starting throttle lock engaged. Cutting with the starting throttle lock engaged does not permit the operator proper control of the saw or chain speed.
:DUQLQJ Do not cut any material other than wood or wooden objects. Use your chainsaw for cutting only. It is not designed for prying or shoveling away limbs, roots or other objects. When sawing, make sure that the saw chain does not touch any foreign materials such as rocks, fences, nails and the like. Such objects may be flung off, damage the saw chain or cause the saw to kickback. :DUQLQJ In order to keep control of your saw, always maintain a firm foothold.
Never work on a ladder, or on any other insecure support. Never use the saw above shoulder height. :DUQLQJ Never work in a tree unless you have received specific, professional training for such work, are properly secured (such as tackle and harness system or a lift bucket), have both hands free for operating the chainsaw in a cramped environment and have taken proper precautions to avoid injury from falling limbs or branches.
7R DYRLG NLFNEDFN The best protection from personal injury that may result from kickback is to avoid kickback situations: 1. Hold the chainsaw firmly with both hands and maintain a secure grip. 2. Be aware of the location of the guide bar nose at all times. 3. Never let the nose of the guide bar contact any object. Do not cut limbs with the nose of the guide bar. Be especially careful when cutting small, tough limbs, small size brush and saplings which may easily catch the chain. 4 Dont overreach. 5. Dont cut above shoulder height. 6. Begin cutting and continue at full throttle. 7. Cut only one log at a time. 8. Use extreme caution when reentering a previous cut. 9. Do not attempt to plunge cut if you are not experienced with these cutting techniques. 10. Be alert for shifting of the log or other forces that may cause the cut to close and pinch the chain. 11. Maintain saw chain properly. Cut with a correctly sharpened, properly tensioned chain at all times. 12. Stand to the side of the cutting path of the chainsaw.
%RZ *XLGHV :DUQLQJ Do not mount a bow guide on any STIHL chainsaw. Any chainsaw equipped with a bow guide is potentially very dangerous. The risk of kickback is increased with a bow guide because of the increased kickback contact area. Low kickback chain will not significantly reduce the risk of kickback injury when used on a bow guide.
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Before felling a tree, consider carefully all conditions which may affect the direction of fall, including: The intended direction of the fall. The natural lean of the tree. Any unusually heavy limb structure. Surrounding trees and obstacles. The wind direction and speed.
Pull-in occurs when the chain on the bottom of the bar is suddenly stopped when it is pinched, caught or encounters a foreign object in the wood. The reaction of the chain pulls the saw forward and may cause the operator to lose control. Pull-in frequently occurs when the bumper spike of the saw is not held securely against the tree or limb and when the chain is not rotating at full speed before it contacts the wood. :DUQLQJ Use extreme caution when cutting small size brush and saplings which may easily catch the chain and pull you off balance. 7R DYRLG SXOOLQ 1. Always start a cut with the chain rotating at full speed and the bumper spike in contact with the wood. 2. Pull-in may also be prevented by using wedges to open the kerf or cut.
Pushback occurs when the chain on the top of the bar is suddenly stopped when it is pinched, caught or encounters a foreign object in the wood. The reaction of the chain drives the saw straight back toward the operator and may cause loss of saw control. Pushback frequently occurs when the top of the bar is used for cutting. 7R DYRLG SXVKEDFN 1.
:DUQLQJ Be extremely careful with partially fallen trees which are poorly supported. When the tree hangs or for some other reason does not fall completely, set the saw aside and pull the tree down with a cable winch, block and tackle or tractor. If you try to cut it down with your saw, you may be injured. )HOOLQJ FXW IRU VPDOO GLDPHWHU WUHHV VLPSOH IDQ FXW Engage the bumper spikes of the chainsaw directly behind the location of the intended hinge and pivot the saw around this point only as far as the hinge. The bumper spike rolls against the trunk.
)HOOLQJ FXW IRU ODUJH GLDPHWHU WUHHV :DUQLQJ Felling a tree that has a diameter greater than the length of the guide bar requires use of either the sectioning felling cut or plunge-cut method. These methods are extremely dangerous because they involve the use of the nose of the guide bar and can result in kickback. Only properly trained professionals should attempt these techniques. 6HFWLRQLQJ PHWKRG For the sectioning method make the first part of the felling cut with the guide bar fanning in toward the hinge. Then, using the bumper spike as a pivot, reposition the saw for the next cut.
Avoid repositioning the saw more than necessary. When repositioning for the next cut, keep the guide bar fully engaged in the kerf to keep the felling cut straight. If the saw begins to pinch, insert a wedge to open the cut. On the last cut, do not cut the hinge. 3OXQJHFXW PHWKRG Timber having a diameter more than twice the length of the guide bar requires the use of the plunge-cut method before making the felling cut.
If you are inexperienced with a chainsaw, plunge-cutting should not be attempted. Seek the help of a professional.
/LPELQJ Limbing is removing the branches from a fallen tree. :DUQLQJ There is an extreme danger of kickback during the limbing operation. Do not work with the nose of the bar. Be extremely cautious and avoid contacting the log or other limbs with the nose of the guide bar. Do not stand on a log while limbing it you may slip or the log may roll. Start limbing by leaving the lower limbs to support the log off the ground. When underbucking freely hanging limbs, a pinch may result or the limb may fall, causing loss of control. If a pinch occurs, stop the engine and remove the saw, by lifting the limb. :DUQLQJ Be extremely cautious when cutting limbs or logs under tension (spring poles). The limbs or logs could spring back toward the operator and cause loss of control of the saw and severe or fatal injury to the operator. %XFNLQJ Bucking is cutting a log into sections. 1. :DUQLQJV When bucking, do not stand on the log. Make sure the log will not roll downhill. If on a slope, stand on the uphill side of the log. Watch out for rolling logs.
result. If your muffler was equipped with a spark-arresting screen to reduce the risk of fire (e. g. in the USA, Canada and Australia), never operate your saw if the screen is missing or damaged. Remember that the risk of forest fires is greater in hot or dry weather. Keep the chain, bar and sprocket clean; replace worn sprockets or chains. Keep the chain sharp. You can spot a dull chain when easy-tocut wood becomes hard to cut and burn marks appear on the wood. Keep the chain at proper tension. Tighten all nuts, bolts and screws except the carburetor adjustment screws after each use. :DUQLQJ In order for the chain brake on your STIHL chainsaw to properly perform its function of reducing the risk of kickback and other injuries, it must be properly maintained. Like an automobile brake, a chainsaw chain brake incurs wear each time it is engaged. The amount of wear will vary depending upon usage, conditions under which the saw is used and other factors. Excessive wear will reduce the effectiveness of the chain brake and can render it inoperable.
For the proper and effective operation of the chain brake the brake band and clutch drum must be kept free of dirt, grease and other foreign matter which may reduce friction of the band on the drum. For these reasons, each STIHL chainsaw should be returned to trained personnel such as your STIHL servicing dealer for periodic inspection and servicing of the brake system according to the following schedule: Heavy usage - every three months, Moderate usage - twice a year, Occasional usage - annually. The chainsaw should also be returned immediately for maintenance whenever the brake system cannot be thoroughly cleaned or there is a change in its operating characteristics. For any maintenance please refer to the maintenance chart DQG WR WKH ZDUUDQW\ VWDWHPHQW near the end of this manual. Additionally, the daily maintenance schedule for your chainsaw set forth in your STIHL Owners Manual should be strictly followed. Store chainsaw in a dry place and away from children. Before storing for longer than a few days, always empty the fuel tank (see chapter "Storing the Machine" in this manual).
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"Warm Start" position: Choke shutter is open throttle trigger is in starting-throttle position If you leave the Master Control lever in the "Cold Start" position, the combustion chamber will flood and stall the engine. The Master Control lever must be in "Warm Start" position to start a warm engine. Also select this position if engine has been running but is still cold. The Master Control lever should not be forced to "Run" position it will move to "Run" as soon as the throttle trigger is activated.
In the "Warm Start" position, continue cranking after engine begins to fire. As soon as the engine runs, LPPHGLDWHO\ blip the throttle trigger so that the Master Control lever moves to "Run" idling position normal operating position. 7R VKXW GRZQ WKH HQJLQH Move the Master Control lever upward to "STOP" position : The stop contact engages the contact spring - this cuts out the ignition system.
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Press in the button Compression pressure is released when the button is pressed in. This helps reduce the effort required to pull the starter rope.
Observe safety precautions see section "Safety Precautions". Push hand guard forward : The chain is now locked Press throttle trigger interlock and set Master Control lever to: For cold start N For warm start Q (even if engine has been running but is still cold)
Place your saw on the ground make sure you have a firm footing check that chain is not touching any objects or the ground bystanders must be well clear of general work area of the saw Hold the saw firmly on the ground with your left hand on the front handle - your left thumb should be under the handle put your right foot into the rear handle and press down.
For this reason the botton should be pressed in before each starting attempt.
Alternative method of starting: Hold the rear handle tightly between your legs, just above the knees grip the front handle firmly with your left hand your thumb should be under the handle -
Pull the starter grip slowly with your right hand until you feel it engage then give the grip a brisk strong pull and push down the front handle at the same time do not pull out starter rope more than 70 cm (about 28 in) it might otherwise break. Do not let the starter grip snap back guide it slowly into the housing so that the starter rope can rewind properly. If engine is new, pull starter grip several times to prime the fuel line.
When engine begins to fire: Move Master Control lever to Q and continue cranking DV VRRQ DV HQJLQH UXQV LPPHGLDWHO\ blip the throttle trigger the Master Control lever will move to "Run" position and the engine settles down to idling speed.
As the chain brake is still engaged, the engine must be returned to idling speed immediately to avoid damage to the engine and chain drive (clutch, chain brake).
Pull the hand guard back toward the front handle: the chain brake is now disengaged your saw is ready for operation. Observe safety precautions. Always check operation of chain lubrication before starting work. 6KXW GRZQ HQJLQH Move Master Control lever to "Stop" E
$W YHU\ ORZ RXWVLGH WHPSHUDWXUHV $OORZ HQJLQH WR ZDUP XS As soon as the engine runs: Blip the throttle trigger to disengage it from starting throttle position Master Control lever will move to normal operating position engine settles down to idling speed. Disengage chain brake: Pull hand guard toward front handle as shown in illustration Open throttle slightly warm up engine for short period. Change over to winter operation if necessary see section "Winter Operation".
,I HQJLQH GRHVQW VWDUW If you did not move the Master Control lever to "Warm Start" Q quickly enough after the engine began to fire, the combustion chamber has flooded.
Turn knob or lever above rear handle 90 counterclockwise. Lift off the carburetor box cover vertically.
Always disengage the chain brake before opening the throttle. Running the engine at higher revs with the chain brake engaged (saw chain at a standstill) will quickly damage the engine and chain drive (clutch, chain brake).
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Pull off the spark plug terminal Take out screw and remove the shroud Unscrew and dry off the spark plug Set the Master Control lever to G Crank the engine several times with the starter to clear the combustion chamber Refit the spark plug and connect the spark plug terminal reassemble all other parts Set Master Control lever to "Warm Start" Q even if engine is cold Now start the engine.
Use a screwdriver to remove the E-clip. Take off the washer and rim sprocket. Examine splines on clutch drum if wear marks are severe, fit a new clutch drum:
%HIRUH UHPRYLQJ FKDLQ VSURFNHW Remove chain sprocket cover, chain and guide bar. Disengage the chain brake: Pull hand guard toward front handle.
Pull clutch drum and needle cage off the crankshaft - clean the crankshaft stub and needle cage, and lubricate with STIHL grease (tube 1111). Reassemble with new rim sprocket and new clutch drum, if necessary fit rim sprocket with cavities facing outward refit washer and E-clip on the crankshaft.
Use only original STIHL clutch drums to ensure correct operation of the chain brake.
0RWRU PDQDJHPHQW Exhaust emissions are controlled by the design of the fundamental engine parameters and components (e.g. carburation, ignition, timing and valve or port timing) without the addition of any major hardware. The carburetor is set at the factory to guarantee an optimum fuel-air mixture under all operating conditions. Emissions at idling speed and part-load are kept to a minimum by reducing the idle mixture.
Use a screwdriver to remove the E-clip. Pull washer, spur sprocket and needle cage off the crankshaft. Clean the crankshaft stub and needle cage, and lubricate with STIHL grease (tube 1111).
Check the air filter and clean or replace it if necessary. Check the spark arresting screen and clean or replace it if necessary. Carefully screw the low speed screw / down onto its seat. Now open it one turn counterclockwise (standard setting, / )
(QJLQH VWRSV ZKLOH LGOLQJ / VFUHZ PXVW EH RQH WXUQ RSHQ Turn the idle speed screw /$ clockwise until chain begins to run then back off the screw one quarter of a turn. &KDLQ UXQV ZKHQ HQJLQH LV LGOLQJ / VFUHZ PXVW EH RQH WXUQ RSHQ Turn the idle speed screw /$ counterclockwise until chain stops running then turn screw another quarter turn in the same direction.
Reassemble with new spur sprocket After fitting the clutch drum, rotate it about one turn to engage oil pump drive refit washer and E-clip on the crankshaft. Use only original STIHL chain sprockets to ensure correct operation of the chain brake.
Warm up the engine.
It is usually necessary to change the setting of the idle speed screw /$ after every correction to the low speed screw /. Turn screws only very slightly and carefully - even minor changes have a noticeable effect on the engines running behavior.
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(UUDWLF LGOLQJ EHKDYLRXU SRRU DFFHOHUDWLRQ HYHQ WKRXJK / VFUHZ LQ RQH WXUQ RSHQ Idle setting is too lean. Turn the low speed screw / counterclockwise until engine runs and accelerates smoothly.
If engine is down on power, difficult to start or runs poorly at idling speed, first check the spark plug.
Remove spark plug see chapter Starting: Clean dirty spark plug. Check electrode gap it should be 0.5mm/0.02" $ readjust if necessary. Use only resistor type spark plugs of the approved range.
Fit a new spark plug after approx. 100 operating hours or earlier if the electrodes are badly eroded.
Rectify problems which have caused fouling of spark plug: Incorrect carburetor setting, too much oil in fuel mix, dirty air filter, unfavorable running conditions, e.g. operating at part load.
:DUQLQJ To reduce the risk of fire and burn injury, use only spark plugs authorized by STIHL (see Specifications). Always press spark plug boot snugly onto spark plug terminal of the proper size. (Note: If terminal has detachable SAE adapter nut, it must be attached.) A loose connection between spark plug terminal and ignition wire connector in the boot may create arcing that could ignite combustible fumes and cause a fire.
Wrong fuel mix (too much engine oil in the gasoline), a dirty air filter and unfavorable running conditions (mostly at part throttle etc.) affect the condition of the spark plug. These factors cause deposits to form on the insulator nose which may result in trouble in operation.
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Take out the screws. Remove four screws Push the hand guard upward Pull underside of fan housing away from crankcase and remove it downward Ease the spring clip off the starter post. Carefully slip the washer and pawl off the starter post.
:DUQLQJ Take particular care to avoid injury - the rewind spring may pop out and unwind.
Ease the cap out of the starter grip. Remove remaining rope from the rotor and grip. Make sure the sleeve does not slip out of the grip. Tie a simple overhand knot in the end of the new starter rope 8200 ( 3,5x960) and then thread the rope through the top of the grip and the rope bush. Refit the cap in the grip. Pull the rope through the rotor and secure it with a simple overhand knot.
For recommended STIHL reduced kickback cutting attachments see section "Specifications" of this Owner's Manual.
For periods of about 3 months or longer:
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Drain and clean the fuel tank in a well ventilated area. Run engine until carburetor is dry this helps prevent the carburetor diaphragms sticking together. Remove the saw chain and guide bar, clean them and protect with corrosion inhibiting oil. Thoroughly clean the machine pay special attention to the cylinder fins and air filter. If you use a biological chain lubricant (e.g. STIHL Bioplus), fill the chain oil tank. Store the machine in a dry and high or locked location - out of the reach of children and other unauthorized persons.
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<RXU :DUUDQW\ 5LJKWV DQG 2EOLJDWLRQV The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and STIHL Incorporated are pleased to explain the Emission Control System Warranty on your model year 2000 and later equipment type engine. In California, new small off-road engines must be designed, built and equipped to meet the States stringent anti-smog standards. In other states, new 1997 and later model year small off-road equipment engines must be designed, built and equipped, at the time of sale, to meet the U.S. EPA regulations for small non road engines. The equipment engine must be free from defects in materials and workmanship which cause it to fail to conform with U.S. EPA standards for the first two years of engine use from the date of sale to the ultimate purchaser. STIHL Incorporated must warrant the emission control system on your small off-road engine for the period of time listed below provided there has been no abuse, neglect or improper maintenance of your small off-road equipment engine. Your emission control system includes parts such as the carburetor and the ignition system. Also included may be hoses, and connectors and other emission related assemblies.
Where a warrantable condition exists, STIHL Incorporated will repair your small off-road equipment engine at no cost to you, including diagnosis (if the diagnostic work is performed at an authorized dealer), parts, and labor. 0DQXIDFWXUHUV :DUUDQW\ &RYHUDJH The small off-road equipment engines are warranted for two years in California. In other states, 1997 and later model year small off-road equipment engines are also warranted for two years. If any emission-related part on your engine is defective, the part will be repaired or replaced by STIHL Incorporated free of charge. 2ZQHUV :DUUDQW\ 5HVSRQVLELOLWLHV As the small off-road equipment engine owner, you are responsible for the performance of the required maintenance listed in your owners manual. STIHL Incorporated recommends that you retain all receipts covering maintenance on your small off-road equipment engine, but STIHL Incorporated cannot deny warranty solely for the lack of receipts or for your failure to ensure the performance of all scheduled maintenance. Any replacement part or service that is equivalent in performance and durability may be used in non-warranty maintenance or repairs, and shall not reduce the warranty obligations of the engine manufacturer.
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The engine exhaust from this product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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