Manuale d’uso / di manutenzione del prodotto 536Li XP del fabbricante Husqvarna
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E E E E n n n n g g g g l l l l i i i i s s s s h h h h 436 Li, 536 LiXP Oper ator ′ s manual Please r ead the operator’ s manual carefully and mak e sure you understand the instructions befor e using the machine.
KEY T O SYMBOLS 2 – English Symbols on the mac hine: T ranslation of the original Swedish operating instruction. W ARNING! Chain saws can be dangerous! Careless or incorrect use can result in serious or fatal injury to the operator or others.
KEY T O SYMBOLS English – 3 Symbols in the operator’ s manual: Deactiv ate the machine by pressing the star t/stop button on the k eypad. CA UTION! In order to prev ent unintentional star ting, the battery must be remov ed from the machine when assembling, chec king and/or performing maintenance.
CONTENTS 4 – English Contents KEY T O SYMBOLS Symbols on the machine: ...................................... 2 Symbols on the battery and/or on the batter y charger: ............................................................
English – 5 INTR ODUCTION Dear Customer , Cong ratulations on your choice to b uy a Husqvarna product! Husqvarna is based on a tradition that dates back to 1689, when the Swedish King Karl XI ordered the construction of a factory on the banks of the Husqvarna River , for production of muskets .
6 – English WHA T IS WHA T? What is what on the c hain saw? 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 7 8 10 9 3 4 6 29 31 30 28 33 26 5 34 32 27 24 25 11 2 23 22 21 14 13 12 1 F ront hand guard .
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS English – 7 General po wer tool safety warnings W ork area safety • Keep work area c lean and well lit. Cluttered or dark areas invite accidents. • Do not operate power tools in explosive atmospheres, such as in the presence of ﬂammable liquids, gases or dust.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS 8 – English • Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or binding of moving parts, breakage of par ts and any other condition that ma y affect the power tool´s operation. If damaged, have the po wer tool repaired before use.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS English – 9 a result of tool misuse and/or incorrect oper ating procedures or conditions and can be av oided by taking proper precautions as given belo w: • Maintain a ﬁrm grip, with thumbs and ﬁng ers encirc ling the chain saw handles, with both hands on the saw and position y our body and arm to allow y ou to resist kickback for ces.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS 10 – English Impor tant Alwa ys use common sense It is not possible to co ver ev er y conceivab le situation you can face when using a chain sa w . Alw ays e xercise care and use your common sense. Avoid all situations which you consider to be be yond your capability .
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS English – 11 • Fire Extinguisher and Shov el Generally clothes should be close-ﬁtting without restricting your freedom of mov ement. Mac hine ′′ ′ ′ s safety equipment In this section the machine’ s safety f eatures and their function are explained.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS 12 – English • Use the chain brake as a ”parking brak e” when star ting and when moving ov er shor t distances, to reduce the risk of moving chain accidentally hitting your leg or any one or anything close by .
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS English – 13 the saw chain. Third, the chain brake ma y be activated but if the bar is too close to you the brak e might not have enough time to slow down and stop the chain bef ore the chain saw hits y ou. Onl y y ou and proper working technique can eliminate kickbac k and its dang er .
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS 14 – English • Use the battery in surroundings where temperatures are between -10 ° C and 40 ° C. • Do not expose the battery to microwa ves or high pressure. • Nev er clean the batter y or the battery charger with water .
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS English – 15 • Keep the chain’ s cutting teeth pr operly sharpened! Follow our instructions and use the recommended ﬁle gauge. A damaged or badly sharpened chain increases the r isk of accidents. • Maintain the correct depth gauge setting! Follow our instructions and use the recommended depth gauge clearance.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS 16 – English • Chain oil hole and hole for chain tensioner . The bar must be matched to the chain saw design. Saw chain • Chain pitch (inches) • Drive link width (mm/inches) • Number of drive links. Sharpening y our chain and adjusting depth gauge setting General information on sharpening cutting teeth • Nev er use a blunt chain.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS English – 17 data for inf ormation on the size of ﬁle and gauge that are recommended for the chain ﬁtted to y our chain saw . • Check that the chain is correctly tensioned. A slack chain will mov e sidewa ys, making it more difﬁcult to sharpen correctly .
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS 18 – English T ension the chain as tightly as possible, b ut not so tight that you cannot pull it round freely b y hand. 536 LiXP • Loosen the bar nut that holds the drive sproc ket cover . Use the kombination spanner .
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS English – 19 Ne ver use waste oil! Using w aste oil can be dangerous to you and damage the machine and en vironment. Filling with chain oil • All our chain saws ha ve an automatic chain lubrication system. On some models the oil ﬂow is also adjustable.
GENERAL SAFETY PRECA UTIONS 20 – English Checking wear on cutting equipment Check the chain daily f or : • Visible crac ks in rivets and links. • Whether the chain is stiff. • Whether rivets and links are badly worn. Replace the saw chain if it e xhibits any of the points abov e.
ASSEMBL Y English – 21 Fitting the bar and chain 536 LiXP Check that the chain brak e is in disengaged position by moving the front hand guard tow ards the front handle. Unscrew the bar nut and remo ve the drive sprock et cover . Remov e the transpor tation guard (A).
ASSEMBL Y 22 – English sproc k et and in the groove on the bar . Begin on the top side of the bar . • Make sure that the edges of the cutting links are f acing forw ard on the top edge of the bar. Mount the clutch cov er and remember to ﬁt the chain adjuster pin in the hole in the bar .
B A TTER Y HANDLING English – 23 Battery The display shows the battery capacity and if there are any problems with the battery . The battery capacity is display ed for 5 seconds after the machine is s witched off or the battery indicator button is pressed.
B A TTER Y HANDLING 24 – English T ranspor t and storage • Alwa ys remove the battery for storage or tr anspor t. • Store the battery and the batter y charger in a dr y , moisture-free and frost-free space. • Do not store the battery in places where static electricity can occur.
ST AR TING AND ST OPPING English – 25 Starting and stopping • Before inserting the batter y into the machine, alwa ys check to see that the pow er tr igger actuates properly and returnes to the ”OFF” position when released. T o prev ent the power trigger from being accidentally pulled, a power trigger lock out is provided.
ST AR TING AND ST OPPING 26 – English Stopping The machine is deactiv ated by pressing the star t/stopp button on the k eypad (green LED off). Note! T o avoid in voluntar y start up, the battery must alwa ys be removed when the machine is not in use or is unsupervised.
W ORKING TECHNIQ UES English – 27 Bef ore use: 1 Check that the chain brak e works correctly and is not damaged. 2 Check that the rear right hand guard is not damaged. 3 Check that the pow er tr igger lock out works correctly and is not damaged.
WORKING TECHNIQUES 28 – English lose control. Both situations can cause serious personal injury . 6 Before mo ving your chain saw deactiv ate it and lock the saw chain using the chain brak e. Carr y the chain saw with the bar and chain pointing bac kwards.
W ORKING TECHNIQ UES English – 29 the saw chain is jamming, the sa w may be pushed back at y ou. 8 Unless the user resists this pushing force there is a risk that the chain saw will mov e so far backw ards that only the kickbac k zone of the bar is in contact with the tree, which will lead to a kickbac k.
WORKING TECHNIQUES 30 – English The follo wing instructions descr ibe how to handle the commonest situations you are lik ely to encounter when using a chain saw . Cutting If you ha ve a pile of logs, each log you attempt to cut should be remov ed from the pile, placed on a saw horse or runners and cut individually .
W ORKING TECHNIQ UES English – 31 • Wind direction • Arrangement of branches • Weight of sno w • Obstacles within the reach of the tree: for e xample, other trees, pow er lines, roads and buildings. • Look for signs of damage and rot in the stem, this makes it more probab ly that the tree will break and star t to fall bef ore you e xpect it to.
WORKING TECHNIQUES 32 – English Mak e the f elling cut about 3-5 cm (1.5-2 inches) above the bottom directional cut. Set the spike b umper (if one is ﬁtted) just behind the felling hinge. Use full throttle and advance the chain/bar slo wly into the tree.
W ORKING TECHNIQ UES English – 33 Cutting trees and branches that are in tension Prepar ations: W ork out which side is in tension and where the point of maximum tension is (i.e. where it would break if it was bent e ven more). Decide which is the safest w ay to release the tension and whether you are ab le to do it safely .
WORKING TECHNIQUES 34 – English Limbing Make sure that y ou can stand and move about saf ely . Work on the left side of the trunk. W ork as close as possible to the chain sa w for maximum control. If possible , let the weight of the chain saw rest on the trunk.
MAINTENANCE English – 35 General The user must only carry out the maintenance and service work descr ibed in this Operator's Manual. More extensiv e work must be carried out by an authorized service workshop. Checking, maintaining and servicing chain saw saf ety equipment Chain brake and fr ont hand guard Checking the fr ont hand guard • Make sure the front hand guard is not damaged and that there are no visible def ects such as cracks.
MAINTENANCE 36 – English P ower trigger lock out • Make sure that the pow er tr igger is lock ed at the idle setting when the power trigger lock out is released. • Press the power trigger lock out and make sure it returns to its or iginal position when released.
MAINTENANCE English – 37 Cooling system T o keep the working temperature as low as possib le the machine is equipped with a cooling system. The cooling system consists of: 1 Air intake (left side of the machine). 2 A fan on the motor . • Clean the cooling system with a brush once a week, more often in demanding conditions.
38 – English MAINTENANCE Maintenance schedule The follo wing is a list of the maintenance steps that must be performed on the machine. Most of the items are described in the Maintenance section. Daily maintenance Weekl y maintenance Monthly maintenance Clean the outside of the machine.
English – 39 MAINTENANCE T roub leshooting schedule Ke ypad P ossible fault codes on the chain sa w keypad. Battery T roubleshooting the battery and/or the batter y charger during charging. Battery charger Keypad P ossible faults P ossible action W ar ning indicator ﬂashing.
40 – English TECHNICAL D A T A T ec hnical data Note 1: Noise emissions in the environment measured as sound power (L W A ) in conformity with EC directive 2000/14/ EC. Note 2: Equivalent sound pressure le vel, according to ISO 22868, is calculated as the time-weighted energy total for different sound pressure le vels under v ar ious working conditions.
English – 41 TECHNICAL D A T A Guide bar and saw chain combinations The follo wing cutting attachments are approved f or the models Husqvarna 436 Li and 536 LiXP . Sa w c hain ﬁling and ﬁle gaug es EC-declaration of conf ormity (Applies to Eur ope only) Husqv arna AB , SE-561 82 Huskv ar na, Sweden, tel:+46-36-146500, declares under sole responsibility that the cordless battery chainsaws Husqvarna 436 Li and 536 LiXP from 2012’s serial numbers and onwards (the y ear is clearly stated in plain text on the type plate with subsequent serial number), are in conf or mity with the requirements of the COUNCIL ’S DIRECTIVES: - of May 17, 2006 ”relating to machinery” 2006/42/EC - of December 15, 2004 ”relating to electromagnetic compatibility” 2004/10 8 /EC .
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