Question about Earthwise Ps40008 8 Inch Corded Pole Saw
There should be a retainer clip or ball (like a ball bearing) somewhere along the pole that holds them together. Might be hard to locate but should be somewhere within three inches of the end. If you can't find it, go back to the store and look at a new one that is still apart and see what holds them together.
Posted on May 29, 2014
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1. Remove battery from chain saw.
2. Separate main handle from chain saw
power head by pressing both release
buttons on main handle and pulling
apart. The release buttons are just in
front of the trigger.
3. Align rib on chain saw power head with
groove in power head adapter on pole.
4. Slide power head into power head
adapter until units "snap" together.
IMPORTANT: Both release
buttons on power head adapter must be
5. Align rib on handle adapter on pole
with groove in main handle.
6. Slide main handle into handle adapter
until units "snap" together.
IMPORTANT: Both release buttons
on main handle must be fully
7. Slide battery onto main handle until
release buttons "snap" together.
Be sure the battery is charged.
To extend the pole:
1. Loosen the clamping
lever. Pole will slide
2. Pull inner pole section out to desired
length of extension.
3. To lock pole in position, tighten clamping
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To disassemble a Braun 9595
(and others like it):
Remove the rubber back and
side piece by prying with a small screwdriver on one side near where the three
arc design meets the silver body (photo 1). After releasing one side snap (photo 2),
release the opposite side snap or use your fingers to pry around the rubber
piece until both snaps are disengaged and the piece can be removed (photo 3).
This reveals the back of the
shaver, which is held in place with four Torx screws. Fortunately, the screw heads are slotted so
that either a torx wrench or a slotted screwdriver may be used for
After the screws are
removed, the shaver back plate may be lifted out (photo 4), exposing the
battery and control board assembly, and the shaver/motor assembly (photo 5).
The battery is not soldered
in place and may be removed by prying on one end to lift its positive or
negative pin away from its contact. Then
remove the battery (note that the negative side points to the shaver head. Also, the positive and negative pins are
sized differently to prevent accidental reversal.
Reassembly has one essential
step that must be followed or the razor will not function properly. Photo 6 shows the correct engagement
of the shaver's back plate plastic pins with the shaver head's capture slots
(shown "upside down"). Photo 7
shows the potential misalignment after the shaver head is inserted into the
shaver body for reassembly. To overcome
this when installing the shaver's back plate, ensure that the back plate's pins
are first inserted into the capture slots (photo 8). Although the back plate may not appear to be
positioned properly at first, it may be pushed downward which will "pull" the
screw holes into alignment for inserting the screws.
Before inserting the screws, test the power ON button to ensure that all contacts have properly been made. If the shaver does not operate, check to see if any of the power tabs have been bent away from its associated contact point.
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