Jonsered CS 2137 User Manual

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Instruction Manual Manuel d’instructions
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CS2137
Betriebsanweisung Manual de instrucciones
English
Please read these instructions carefully and make sure you understand them before using this unit.
Français
Avant d’utiliser cet appareil, veuillez lire attentivement les instructions et assurez--vous de les avoir comprises.
Deutsch
Lesen Sie diese Hinweise zur Handhabung des Geräts aufmerksam durch. Verwenden Sie eserst, wenn Sie sicher sind, daß Sie alle Anweisungen verstanden haben.
Español
Lea atentamente las instrucciones y asegúrese de entenderlas antes de utilizar esta unidad.
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IDENTIFICATION (WHAT IS WHAT?)

Chain
Adjustment Tool
(Bar Tool)
Chain
Bumper Spike
Throttle Lockout
Rear Handle
Throttle Trigger
Choke/ Fast Idle Lever
Front Hand Guard
Muffler
Bar Oil Fill Cap
Cylinder Cover
Chain Brake
Chain Catcher
Front Handle
Starter Housing
Adjusting Screw
Chain Brake Nuts
Fuel Mix Fill Cap
Starter Rope
Guide Bar
Idle Speed Screw
ON/STOP Switch
Primer Bulb
Chain Direction of Travel
Bar Sprocket Hole

IDENTIFICATION OF SYMBOLS

WARNING!
saw can be dangerous! Care­less orimproperuse can cause serious or even fatal injury.
Always wear appropriate ear protection, eye protection and head protection.
This chain
Always use two hands when operating the chain saw.
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should be avoided; tip contact may cause the guide bar to movesuddenly upward and backward, whichmaycausese­rious injury.
Contacting the guide bar tip with any object
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Read and understand the instruction manual before using the chain saw.
Sound power level

SAFETY RULES

Always disconnect
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spark plug wire and place wire where it can­not contact spark plug to prevent accidental starting when setting up, transporting, ad­justing or making repairs except carburetor adjustments. Because a chain saw is a high-speed wood­cutting tool, special safety precautions must be observed to reduce the risk of accidents. Careless or improper use of this tool can cause serious injury.
PLAN AHEAD
Read this manual carefully until you com-
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pletely understand and can follow all safe­ty rules, precautions, and operating in­structions before attempting to use the unit. Restrict the use of your saw to adult users
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who understand and can follow safety rules, precautions, and operating instruc­tions found in this manual.
Hearing
Protection
Snug Fitting
Clothing
Safety Shoes
Wear protective gear. Always use steel-
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toed safety footwear with non-slip soles; snug-fitting clothing; heavy-duty, non-slip gloves; eye protection such as non-fog­ging, vented goggles or face screen; an approved safety hard hat; and sound barri­ers (ear plugs or mufflers) to protect your hearing. Regular users should have hear­ing checked regularly as chain saw noise can damage hearing. Secure hair above shoulder length. Keep all parts of your body away from the
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chain when the engine is running. Keep children, bystanders, and animals a
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minimum of 10 Meters away from thework area. Donot allow other people or animals to be near the chain saw when starting or operating the chain saw. Do not handle or operate a chain saw
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whenyouare fatigued, ill, or upset, or if you have taken alcohol, drugs, or medication. You must be in good physical condition and mentally alert. Chain saw work is strenuous. If you have any condition that might be aggravated by strenuous work, check with your doctor before operating a chain saw.
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Safety Hat
Eye Protection
Heavy Duty Gloves
Safety Chaps
Carefully plan your sawingoperation in ad-
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vance. Donot start cutting until you have a clear work area, secure footing, and, if you are felling trees, a planned retreat path.
OPERATE YOUR SAW SAFELY
Donot operate a chain saw with one hand.
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Serious injury to the operator, helpers, by­standers or any combination of these per­sons may result from one-handed opera­tion. A chain saw is intended for two-handed use. Operate the chain saw only in a well-venti-
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lated outdoor area. Do not operate saw from a ladder or in a
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tree, unless you are specifically trained to do so. Make sure the chain will not make contact
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with any object while starting the engine. Never try to start the saw when the guide bar is in a cut. Do not put pressure on the saw at the endof
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the cut. Applying pressure can cause you to lose control when the cut is completed. Stop the engine before setting the saw
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down. Do not operate a chain saw that is dam-
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aged, improperly adjusted, or not com­pletely and securely assembled. Always replace bar, chain, hand guard, or chain brake immediately if it becomes damaged, broken or is otherwise removed. With the engine stopped, hand carry the
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chain sawwith the muffler away from your body, and the guide bar and chain to the rear, preferably covered with a scabbard.
MAINTAIN YOUR SAW IN GOOD WORKING ORDER
Have all chain saw service performed by a
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qualified service dealer with the exception of the items listed in the maintenance sectionof this manual. For example, if improper tools are used to remove or hold the flywheel whenservicingtheclutch, structuraldamage to the flywheel can occur and cause the fly­wheel to burst. Make certain the saw chain stops moving
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when the throttle trigger is released. For correction, refer to CARBURETOR AD­JUSTMENTS. Never modify your saw in any way. Use
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only attachments supplied or specifically recommended by the manufacturer. Keep the handles dry, clean, and free of oil
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or fuel mixture. Keep fuel and oil caps, screws, and fas-
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teners securely tightened. Use only JonseredRaccessories and re-
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placement parts as recommended.
HANDLE FUEL WITH CAUTION
Do not smoke while handling fuel or while
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operating the saw. Eliminate all sources of sparks or flame in
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the areas where fuel is mixed or poured. There should be no smoking, open flames, orworkthat could cause sparks. Allow en­gine to cool before refueling.
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Mix and pour fuel in an outdoor area on bare
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ground; store fuel in a cool, dry, well venti­lated place; and use an approved, marked container for all fuel purposes. Wipe up all fuel spills before starting saw. Moveat least 10 feet (3 meters) from fuel-
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ing site before starting engine. Turn the engine off and let saw cool in a
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non-combustible area, not on dry leaves, straw, paper, etc. Slowly remove fuel cap and refuel unit. Store the unit andfuel in anarea wherefuel
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vapors cannot reach sparks or open flames from water heaters, electric motors or switches, furnaces, etc.
KICKBACK
Avoid kickback which
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can result in serious injury. backward, upward orsudden forward motion of the guide bar occurring when the saw chain near the upper tip oftheguide barcon­tacts any object such as a log or branch, or when the wood closes in and pinches the sawchain in the cut. Contacting a foreign ob­ject in the wood can also result in loss of chain saw control.
Rotational Kickback
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moving chain contacts an object at the up­per tip of the guide bar. This contact can cause the chain to dig into the object, which stops the chain for an instant. The result is a lightning fast, reverse reaction which kicks the guide bar up and back to­ward the operator.
Pinch-Kickback
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wood closes in and pinches the moving saw chain in the cut along the top of the guide bar and the saw chain is suddenly stopped. This sudden stopping of the chain results in a reversal of the chain force used to cut wood and causes the sawto move in theopposite direction of the chain rotation. The saw is driven straight back toward the operator.
Pull-In
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contacts a foreign object in the wood in the cut along the bottom of the guidebar andthe sawchainis suddenlystopped. This sudden stopping pulls the saw forward and away fromtheoperatorand could easily cause the operator to lose control of the saw.
Avoid Pinch--Kickback:
Be extremely aware of situations or obstruc-
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tions that can cause material to pinch thetop of or otherwise stop the chain. Do not cut more than one log at a time.
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Do not twist the saw as the bar is with-
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drawn from an undercut when bucking.
Avoid Pull--In:
Always begin cutting with the engine at full
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speed and the saw housing against wood. Use wedges made of plastic or wood.
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Never use metal to hold the cut open.
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Kickback
can occurwhenthe
can occur when the the
can occur when the moving chain
is the
Kickback Path
Avoid obstructions
Clear the working area
REDUCETHECHANCEOF KICKBACK
Recognize that kickback can happen.
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With a basic understanding of kickback, you can reduce the element of surprise which contributes to accidents. Never let the moving chaincontact any ob-
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ject at the tip of the guide bar. Keep the working area free from obstruc-
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tions such as other trees, branches, rocks, fences, stumps, etc. Eliminate or avoid any obstruction that your saw chain could hit while you are cutting through a particular log or branch. Keep your saw chain sharp and properly
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tensioned. A looseordull chain canincrease the chance of kickback occurring. Follow manufacturer’s chain sharpening and main­tenance instructions. Checktension at regu­lar intervals with the engine stopped, never with the engine running. Make sure the bar clamp nuts are securely tightened after ten­sioning the chain. Beginand continue cutting at full speed. If
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the chain is moving at a slower speed, there is greater chance of kickback occur­ring. Cut one log at a time.
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Use extreme caution when re-entering a
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previous cut. Do not attempt cuts starting with the tip of
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the bar (plunge cuts). Watch for shifting logs or other forces that
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could close a cut and pinch or fall into chain. Use the Reduced--Kickback Guide Bar
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and Low--Kickback Chain specified for your saw.
MAINTAIN CONTROL
Stand to the left of the saw
Never reverse hand positions
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Symmetrical Guide Bar
Elbow locked
Thumb on underside of handlebar
Keep a good, firm gripon the saw with both
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hands when the engine is running and don’t let go. A firm grip will help youreduce kickback and maintain control of the saw. Keep the fingers of your left hand encir­cling and your left thumb under the front handlebar. Keep your right hand com­pletely around the rear handle whether your are right handed orleft handed. Keep your left arm straight with the elbow locked. Position your left hand on the front handle-
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bar so it is in a straight line with your right hand on the rear handle when making bucking cuts. Never reverse right and left hand positions for any type of cutting. Stand with your weight evenly balanced on
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both feet. Stand slightly to the left side of the saw to
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keep your body from being in a direct line with the cutting chain. Do not overreach. You could be drawn or
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thrown off balance and lose control of the saw. Donot cut above shoulder height. It is diffi-
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cult to maintain control of saw above shoulder height.
KICKBACK SAFETY FEATURES
The following features
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are included on your saw to help reduce the hazard of kickback; however, such features will not totally eliminate this dangerous reac­tion. As a chain saw user,do not rely only on safety devices. You must follow all safety precautions, instructions, and maintenance in this manual to help avoid kickback and other forces which can result in serious injury.
Reduced--Kickback Guide Bar, designed
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with a small radius tip which reduces the size of the kickback danger zone on the bar tip. A Reduced--Kickback Guide Bar has been demonstrated to significantly re­duce the number and seriousness of kick­backs.
Reduced Kickback Symmetrical Guide Bar
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Small Radius Tip
Low--Kickback Chain, designed with a
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contoured depth gauge and guard link which deflect kickback force and allow wood to gradually ride into the cutter.
Low-Kickback Chain
Handguard, designed to reduce the
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chance of your left hand contacting the chain if your hand slips offthe front handle­bar. Position of front and rear handlebars, de-
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signed with distance between handles and “in-line” with each other. The spread and “in-line” position of the hands provided by this design work together to give balance and resistance in controlling the pivot of the saw back toward the operator if kick­back occurs.
WARNING
ANY OF THE DEVICES BUILT INTOYOUR SAW. YOU SHOULD USE THE SAW PROPERLY AND CAREFULLY TO AVOID KICKBACK. Reduced--kickback guide bars and low--kickback saw chains reduce the chance and magnitude of kickback and are recommended. Your saw has a low kick­back chain and bar as original equipment. Repairs on a chain brake should be made by an authorized servicing dealer. Take your unit to the place of purchase if purchased from a servicing dealer, or to the nearest au­thorized master service dealer.
Tip contact in some cases may cause a
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lightning fast reverse REACTION, kicking the guide bar up and back toward the oper­ator. Pinching the saw chain along the top of the
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guide bar may push the guide bar rapidly back toward the operator. Either of these reactions maycause youto
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lose control of the saw which could result in serious injury. Do not rely exclusively uponthesafety devices built into your saw.
Contoured Depth Gauge
Elongated Guard Link Deflects Kickback Force And Allows Wood To Gradually Ride Into Cutter
DO NOT RELY UPON
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Large Radius Tip
CHAIN BRAKE
Chain brake, designed to stop the chain in
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the event of kickback.
Your chain saw is
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equipped with a chain brake that is designed to stop the chain immediately if you get a kickback. The chain brake reduces the risk of accidents, but only you can prevent them. DO NOT ASSUME THAT THE CHAIN BRAKE WILL PROTECT YOU IN THE EVENT OF A KICKBACK.
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