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Weedeater Manual BV1650-BV1800

Weedeater Manual BV1650-BV1800

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IMPORTANT MANUAL -- Do not throw awayMANUAL IMPORTANTE -- No lo descarteMANUEL IMPORTANT -- À Conserver
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Electrolux Home ProductsNorth AmericaDiv. of WCI Outdoor Products, Inc. Augusta, GA 30907
WARNING:
Read and follow all Safety Rules and Operating Instructions beforeusing this product. Failure to do so can result in serious injury.
ADVERTENCIA:
Lea el manual de instrucciones y siga todas las advertencias einstrucciones de seguridad. El no hacerlo puede resultar en lesionesgraves.
AVERTISSEMENT:
Veuillez lire le manuel d’instructions et bien respecter tous lesavertissements et toutes les instructions de sécurité. Tout défautde le faire pourrait entraîner des blessures graves.
Copyright
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2001 WCI Outdoor Products, Inc.
530086690
10/1/01
Instruction ManualManual de InstruccionesManuel d’Instructions
BV200 / BV1650 / BV1800BV1850 / BV2000
 
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SAFETY RULES
WARNING:
Failure to follow allSafety Rules and Precautions can result inserious injury.
KNOW YOUR UNIT
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Readyourinstruction manual carefully untilyou completely understand and can followall warnings andsafety rules before operat-ing the unit.
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Restrict unit to users who understand andwill follow all warnings and safety rules inthis manual.
WARNING:
Inspect area before start-ing unit. Remove all debris and hard objectssuch as rocks, glass, wire, etc. that can rico-chet, be thrown, or otherwise cause injury ordamage during operation.Use your unit as a blower for:
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Sweeping debris or grass clippings fromdriveways, sidewalks, patios, etc.
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Blowing grass clippings, straw, or leaves intopiles, around joints, or between bricks.Use your unit as a vacuum for:
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Pickingupdrymaterialsuchasleaves,grass,small twigs, and bits of paper.
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For best results during vacuum use, operateyour unit at high speed.
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Moveslowly backandforthoverthemateri-al as you vacuum. Avoid forcing the unitinto apile of debris asthis canclog theunit.
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Keep the vacuum tube about an inch abovethe ground for best results.
PLAN AHEAD
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Always wear eye protection when operat-ing, servicing, or performing maintenanceon unit. Wearing eye protection will help toprevent rocksordebris frombeing blown orricocheting into eyes and face which canresult in blindness and/or serious injury.Eye protection should be marked Z87.
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Always wear foot protection. Do not gobarefoot or wear sandals.
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Always wear respirator orface mask whenworking with unit in dusty environments.
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Secure hair above shoulder length. Secureor remove jewelry, loose clothing, or cloth-ing with loosely hanging straps, ties, tas-sels, etc. They can be caught in movingparts.
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Donot operateunit whenyouaretired, ill,up-set, or if you are under the influence of alco-hol, drugs, or medication.
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Keep children, bystanders, and animalsaway from work area a minimum of 30 feet(10 meters) when starting oroperating unit.Do not point the blower nozzle in the direc-tion of people or pets.
HANDLEFUELWITHCAUTION, ITISHIGHLY FLAMMABLE
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Eliminate all sources of sparksorflame (in-cluding smoking, open flames, or work thatcancausesparks)intheareaswherefuelismixed, poured, or stored.
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Mix and pour fuel in an outdoor area; storefuel in acool, dry, well ventilated place; usean approved, marked container for all fuelpurposes.
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Do not smoke while handling fuel or whileoperating the unit.
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Make sure the unit is properly assembledand in good operating condition.
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Do not fill fuel tank while engine is hot orrunning.
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Avoid spilling fuel or oil. Wipe up fuel spillsbefore starting engine.
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Move at least 10 feet (3meters) away fromfuel and fueling site before starting engine.
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Always store gasoline in a container ap-proved for flammable liquids.
OPERATE YOUR UNIT SAFELY 
WARNING:
Stop the engine beforeopening the vacuum inlet door. The enginemust be stopped and the impeller blades nolonger turning to avoid serious injury from therotating blades.
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Inspect unit before each use for worn,loose, missing, or damaged parts. Do notuse until unit is in proper working order.
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Keep outside surfaces free of oil and fuel.
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Never start or run engine inside a closedroom, building or other unventilated area.Breathing exhaust fumes can kill.
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To avoid static electricity shock, do notwear rubber gloves or any other insulatedgloves while operating unit.
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Do not set unit on any surface except aclean, hard area while engine is running.Debris such as gravel, sand, dust, grass,etc. could bepicked upbytheairintakeandthrown out through discharge opening,damaging unit, property,orcausing seriousinjury to bystanders or operator.
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Avoiddangerous environments. Donotusein unventilated areas or where explosivevapors or carbon monoxide build up couldbe present.
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Donot overreach oruse from unstable sur-faces such as ladders, trees, steep slopes,rooftops, etc.Keep firmfooting andbalanceat all times.
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Never place objects inside the blowertubes; always direct the blowing debrisawayfrompeople, animals, glass, andsolidobjects such as trees, automobiles, walls,etc. Theforceofaircancauserocks,dirt,orsticks to be thrown orto ricochet whichcanhurt people or animals, break glass, orcause other damage.
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Never run unit without the proper equip-ment attached. When using your unit as ablower, always install blower tubes. Whenusing your unit as avacuum, always installvacuum tubes and vacuum bag assembly.Make sure vacuum bag assembly is com-pletely zipped.
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Check air intake opening, blower tubes,vacuum tubes, and elbow tube frequently,always with engine stopped and sparkplug
 
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disconnected. Keep vents and dischargetubes free of debris which can accumulateand restrict proper air flow.
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Neverplaceanyobject intheairintakeopen-ing as this could restrict proper air flow andcause damage to the unit.
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Never use for spreading chemicals, fertiliz-ers,orother substances whichmaycontaintoxic materials.
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Toavoid spreading fire, donot usenearleaf or brush fires, fireplaces, barbecue pits,ashtrays, etc.
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Use only for jobs explained in this manual.
MAINTAIN YOUR UNIT PROPERLY 
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Have all maintenance other than the rec-ommended procedures described in thein-struction manual performed by an autho-rized service dealer.
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Disconnect spark plug before performingmaintenance except for carburetor adjust-ments.
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Use only recommendedWeed Eater
re-placement parts; use of any other partsmayvoidyourwarranty and causedamageto your unit.
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Empty fuel tank before storing the unit. Useupfuelleftincarburetorbystartingengineandletting it run until it stops.
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Do not use any accessory or attachmentother than those recommended by manufac-turer for use with your unit.
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Donot store the unit orfuel inaclosed areawhere fuel vapors can reach sparks or anopen flame from hot water heaters, electricmotors or switches, furnaces, etc.
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Store in a dry area out of reach of children.
SPECIAL NOTICE:
Exposure to vibra-tions through prolonged use of gasoline pow-ered hand tools could cause blood vessel ornerve damage in the fingers, hands, and joints of people prone to circulation disordersor abnormal swelling. Prolonged use in coldweatherhasbeenlinked toblood vesseldam-age in otherwise healthy people. Ifsymptomsoccur such as numbness, pain, loss of strength, change in skin color or texture, orloss of feeling in the fingers, hands, or joints,discontinue the use of this tool and seekmedical attention. An antivibration systemdoes not guarantee the avoidance of theseproblems. Users who operate power tools ona continual and regular basis must monitorclosely their physical condition and thecondi-tion of this tool.
SPECIAL NOTICE:
This unit is equippedwith a temperature limiting muffler and sparkarresting screen which meets the require-ments ofCalifornia Codes 4442 and4443. AllU.S. forest land and the states of California,Idaho, Maine, Minnesota, New Jersey, Ore-gon, and Washington require by law thatmany internal combustion engines beequipped withasparkarresting screen. Ifyouoperate inalocalewheresuchregulations ex-ist, youarelegally responsible formaintainingtheoperating condition oftheseparts. Failureto do so is a violation of the law. Refer to theMAINTENANCE section for information onmaintenance of the muffler and spark arrest-ing screen.
ASSEMBLY 
WARNING:
Stop engine and be surethe impeller blades have stopped turning be-fore opening the vacuum inlet door or at-tempting to insert or remove the vacuum orblower tubes. The rotating blades can causeserious injury. Always disconnect the sparkplug before performing maintenance or ac-cessing movable parts.
WARNING:
If you receive your unitassembled, check each step to insure yourunit is properly assembled and all fastenersare secure. Follow all safety information inthe manual and on the unit.
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A standard screwdriver is required for as-sembly.
BLOWER TUBE ASSEMBLY 
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Align the rib on the blower tube with thegroove in the blower outlet; slide the tubeinto place.
NOTE:
Tubeclampmustbeloose enough toallow blower tube tobeinserted in blower out-let. Loosen tube clamp byturning knobcoun-terclockwise.BlowerTubeBlowerOutletRibGroove
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Tighten the tube clamp by turning the knobclockwise.
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To remove the tube, turn the knob counter-clockwise to loosen clamp; remove tube.
 VACUUM BAG ASSEMBLY 
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Open the zipper on the vacuum bag andin-sert the elbow tube.
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Push the small end of the elbow tubethrough the small opening in the bag.SmallOpeningZipperOpeningElbowTubeRib
NOTE:
Makesureedge ofthesmallopeningis flush against the flared area of the elbowtube, and the rib on the elbow tube is on thebottom.
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Close the zipper on the bag. Make sure thezipper is closed completely.
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Remove blower tube from engine.

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