OPERATOR SAFETY/WARNINGS CONTINUED
WARNING - CONTINUED
Maintain a firm grip on tool, using both hands with thumbs and fingers encircling the handles at all
times. Serious injury can result if an operator does not control the tool.
Do not lock the trigger in the Power-ON position. Operator cannot stop tool when trigger is locked.
Do not remove or modify the trigger actuator. Accidental start-up can result in serious injury.
Wear protective gloves when handling or adjusting the chain. The chain can cut even when
To transport the chain saw: Allow the chain to stop rotating. Wait for the chain to cool. Use an
appropriate guide bar sheath or scabbard. Carry the saw with the guide bar toward the rear.
Do not disconnect tool, hoses or fittings while the power source is running or if the hydraulic fluid
is hot. Hot hydraulic fluid can cause serious burns.
Do not reverse hydraulic flow. Operation with hydraulic flow reversed can cause tool malfunction.
Connect the pressure hose and tank hose to the proper ports.
Use this tool for cutting wood only. Any other use can result in injury or property damage.
Excuse all bystanders and unnecessary personnel from the work area when operating the tool.
Nearby personnel can be injured by falling debris.
Hydraulic oil can cause skin irritation. Handle the tool and hoses with care to prevent skin contact
with hydraulic oil. In case of accidental skin contact with hydraulic oil, wash the affected area
immediately to remove the oil.
Vibration hazard: Apply just enough pressure to do the work. Applying excess pressure to the tool
can cause operator discomfort or temporary numbness.
Saw body, bar, blade and other components will be hot during and after use. Use care when
handling the saw. Hot surfaces can cause serious burns.
Emergency stop procedure: Release the trigger. Shut off the hydraulic power source.
Failure to observe the above warnings can result in severe injury or death to personnel.
Keep decals clean and legible. Replace decals when necessary -- see the decals listed in WP 0007.