perfect! you just sent to me the copy in Italian witout even my specification!!!! so you are really smart cooperative and efficient. To my opinion the best place all over to get a manual of electronics!!!!
Great manual, would not have been able to operate my machine without it!!
James Dawson August 18, 2012
Text excerpt from page 13 (click to view)
Fitting the cutting head
Undo both nuts (1) on the cutting arm and the bolts (2). Remove the cutting arm and fit the drive belt on the clutch drum. Replace the cutting arm in position. Tighten the nuts and bolts.
Fitting the cutting disc
Husqvarna cutting discs are manufactured and approved for freehand cutting. The paper labels on each side of the disc are there to distribute the pressure from the flange washer and prevent the disc from slipping. The disc is placed between the flange hub (A) and the flange washer (B). The flange washer is turned so that it fits in the flange hub. The cutting disc is tightened using the socket spanner 501 69 17-02. The shaft can be locked using a screwdriver, steel pin or the like. This is slid in as far as possible. The disc is tightened clockwise.
Thread the drive belt over the cutting headâs pulley and fit the cutting head together with the belt guard. Tighten the nuts by hand.
The disc guard should always be fitted on the power cutter. The guard should be adjusted so that the rear section is close to the work piece. Cutting fragments and sparks are then collected by the guard and led away from the user. By using the lever (A) the guard can be loosened and set in the required position.
Screw in the tensioning screw (3) so that the square nut is located above the arrow on the belt guard. This automatically sets the correct belt tension. Tighten both nuts (4) using the socket spanner. New drive belts should be retensioned after using one or two tanks of fuel.
Checking the drive shaft and flanges
â¢ Check that the threads on the drive shaft are undamaged. â¢ Check that the contact surfaces of the cutting disc and flanges are flat, run correctly on the spindle and are free from foreign objects. Do not use flanges that are twisted, have damaged edges, untrue or dirty. Do not use different size flanges.
WARNING! 16 inch disc guards should only be used on power cutters originally equipped with a 16" disc guard. If a disc guard is fitted as a spare part on a power cutter originally equipped with a 12" or 14" disc guard, the 16" cutting disc will rotate too quickly. A cutting disc with too high speed can burst or cause serious injury and damage.