This manual covers models:
1. Safety equipment
2. Starter unit
3. Electrical system
4. Fuel system
5. Centrifugal clutch
6. Lubrication system
7. Cylinder and piston
8. Crankshaft and crankcase
10. Technical data
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Keep this in mind:
– Do not start the engine without the clutch and clutch drum fitted.
– Do not touch hot parts such as the silencer and clutch before
they have cooled sufficiently to avoid burn injuries.
– Avoid getting petrol on bare skin or in the mouth.
– Wipe up spilled oil immediately from the floor to avoid slipping
and subsequent injury.
– Do not use tools which are worn or fit badly, e.g. nuts and
– Never start the engine indoors. Exhaust fumes are toxic!
+ Always work on a tidy work bench.
+ Always work methodically to be sure that all parts are correctly
assembled and that screws and nuts are tightened.
+ Use protective cream on your hands. It reduces the risk of
infection and enables dirt to be more easily washed off.
Prolonged contact with motor oil can be hazardous to health.
+ Use special tools when so recommended in order to work
Handle petrol with respect since it is highly inflammable.
Do not smoke and make sure that there are no naked flames or
sparks in the vicinity.
Make sure that there is a functioning fire extinguisher in the vicinity.
Do not attempt to extinguish a petrol fire with water.
Read the instructions carefully when using cleaning liquids.
Make sure that there is adequate ventilation when handling petrol,
trichloroethylene and other viscous liquids.
The engine exhaust fumes are toxic. Test run the engine only when
there is good ventilation, preferably outdoors.
Some work operations in this workshop manual require the use
of special tools. In each section where this is appropriate the tool