Question about Garden
Posted by Anonymous on
First of all, it aint a chainsaw you have, but a ride-on mower. Man, are you going to have trouble when you try to cut down a tree.....Seriously, though, I haven't got a manual for you, but there is one thing a chainsaw needs, and that is a lot of common sense. And it seems as if you have that. Always wear good sturdy clothing, with no loose pieces to flap around, as they could get caught. Keep kids MILES away, and keep other adults safely away. Do not force the saw through the timber, but let it set its own pace. Keep pressing the oil button to keep the chain and bar oiled. As soon as the oil runs out STOP THE MOTOR and refill the oil. Do not cut any twigs on the ground that you are holding with your foot, or you might be limping home on one foot. Oh yes, always wear safety ear muffs, unless you want to join me wearing two hearing aids. Just use basic good sense with it, and a hell of a lot of care, and you should be right..
Posted on May 20, 2011
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