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WARNING: A coasting blade can
cause injury while it continues tomove a fter the
engine isstopped. M aintain propercontrolof the
unituntiltheblade hascompletely stoppedmov-
ing. K eep hands, face and feet at a distance
fromallmovingparts. Donot attempttotouchor
stop the blade when it is m oving.
WARNING: For additional information,
re fer to th e safe t y sect i on o f the in st r u ctio n
manual supplied with your pruner attachment.
HEDGE TRIMMER SA FET Y
DANGER: RISK OF CUT; KEEP
HANDS AWAY FROM BLADE -- Blade
moves momentarily after the trigger is re-
leased. Donot attemptto clear awaycut ma-
terial when theblade is inmotion. Make sure
the unit is disconnected from the power
fore removing jammed material from the cut-
ting blade. Do notgrabor hold theunit by the
them from the cut.
after t he
WARNING: Inspect the area before
starting the unit. Remove all debris and hard
objects such as rocks, glass, wire, etc. that
can ricochet, be thrown, or otherwise cause
injury or damage during operation.
S Do not use a cutting blade that is bent,
warped, cracked, broken or dam aged in any
other way. Have worn or damaged parts re-
placed by your authorized service dealer .
S Always keep unit in front of your body.
Keep all parts of your body away from the
S Keepthecuttingbladeandairvents clearof
SNOW THROWER SAFETY
WARNING: Keep hands and feet
away from the rotor when starting or running
the unit. Never attemptto clear the rotor with
the m otor ru nning. Stop the unit and discon-
nect from the power source before unclog-
ging snow or debris from discharge chute or
when adjusting vanes.
WARNING: Never lean over dis-
charge chute. Rocks or debris could be
thrownintothe eyesand faceandcauseseri-
ous injury or blindness.
WARNING: Inspect the area where
the unit is to be used. Remove objects that
jects may b e hiddenby fallen snow -- bealert
for the possibility.
S Direct material discharge away from glass
enclosures, aut om obiles, etc.
S Donotrunmotorathighspeedwhile notre-
S Be attentive when using the snowthrower,
and stay alert for holes in the terrain and
other hidden hazards.
S Make sure the rotor will spin freely before
attaching the snowthrower to the power-
S If the rotor will not rotate freely due to frozen
ice, thaw the unit thoroughly before attempt-
ing to operate under power .
S Keep the rotor clear of debris.
S Do not throw snow near other peop le. The
snow thrower could propel small objects at
high speed causing injury.
S After striking a foreign object, stop theunit,
disconnect from the power source and in-
spect the snowthrower for damage and re-
pair if necessary before restarting unit.
S Never operate thesnowthrower near glass
enclosures, aut om obiles and trucks.
S Never attemptto use t hesnowthrower ona
S Never operate the snowthrower ne ar w in-
dow wells, dropoffs, etc.
S Never discharge snowonto p u blicroads or
near moving traffic.
S Clear snow from slopes by going up and
down; never across. Use caution when
S Letsnowthrowerrunfor afewminutes after
clearing snow so moving parts do not
S Look behind and use care when backing
ling, especially when operating in r everse.
S Know h ow to stop quickly.