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Adjusting the drive belt
â¢ The drive belt is fully enclosed and well protected from dust, dirt and mechanical effects during the cutting process. â¢ To tension the drive belt, slightly loosen the bolts (A), which secure the cutting head and belt guard. â¢ Turn the tensioning screw so that the nut (B) is located directly under the arrow on the cover. Shake the head to ensure the spring can tension the belt. The belt now automatically has the right tension. â¢ Tighten the bolts that hold the cutting head.
Belt pulley and clutch
Never start the engine when the belt pulley and clutch are removed for maintenance.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION! A new drive belt should be tensioned after using one tank of fuel.
Changing the drive belt
â¢ Loosen the two bolts (A). â¢ Turn the tensioning screws (B) until the tension has been released. â¢ Remove the two bolts (A). â¢ Remove the front belt cover (C). â¢ Remove the belt from the pulley. â¢ Dismantle the cutting head. â¢ Remove bolt (E) and nut (D). Remove the side cover. â¢ Replace the drive belt. â¢ To assemble reverse the procedure for dismantling. â¢ Check the cutting bladeâs blade guard for signs of cracking or other damage. Replace it if damaged.
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WARNING! Never use a power cutter without a blade guard over the cutting blade.