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Because a brushcutter is a high-speed cutting tool, some special safety precautions must be observed to reduce the risk of personal injury. Careless or improper use may cause serious or even fatal injury. To receive maximum performance and satisfaction from your STIHL brushcutter, it is important that you read and understand the maintenance and safety precautions before using your brushcutter. Contact your STIHL dealer or the STIHL distributor for your area if you do not understand any of the instructions in this manual. Parts and Controls - Version with bike handle - Version with loop handle Definitions Parts and Controls - All versions Definitions 2 2 3 4 5 Safety Precautions and Working Techniques - The Operator - The Brushcutter - The Use of the Brushcutter - Maintenance, Repair and Storing 6 6 8 8 13 Maintenance Chart 18 Warning! Before using a backpack brushcutter (FR 108), electric trimmer (FE 40, 55) or a direct drive string trimmer (FS 44), consult the owner’s manual for the particular model for additional warnings and instructions.
• Engine cooling air must not be used for heating the vehicle. Thoroughly read the OPERATOR’S MANUAL before operating the genset. Safe operation and top performance can only be obtained when equipment is properly operated and maintained. • Disable the automatic genset starting feature (AGS) of an inverter-charger or other automatic starting device before servicing the genset to avoid electric shock from an unexpected start. The following symbols in this manual alert you to potential hazards to the operator, service person and equipment. • Generator electrical output connections must be made by a trained and experienced electrician in accordance with applicable codes. alerts you to an immediate hazard that will result in severe personal injury or death.• The genset must not be connected to shore power (utility). Back-feed to shore power can cause electrocution and damage to equipment. An approved switching device must be used to prevent interconnections. alerts you to a hazard or unsafe practice that can result in severe personal injury or death.CAUTION alerts you to a hazard or unsafe practice that can result in personal injury or equipment damage. • Use caution when working on live electrical equipment. Remove jewelry, make sure clothing and shoes are dry, stand on a dry wooden platform or rubber insulating mat and use tools with insulated handles. When equipped with an integral or add−on Automatic Generator Starting System (AGS) control, exhaust carbon monoxide (CO), electric shock, and moving parts hazards are possible due to unexpected starting. Turn off AGS whenever performing maintenance or service, when the vehicle is stored between uses, is awaiting service, or is parked in a garage or other confined area.
A wire bonding lug is provided on the lower external surface (two for Canadian models) of this unit to connect a minimum 8 AWG (8.4 mm2) solid copper conductor between this unit and any metal equipment, metal enclosures of electrical equipment, metal water pipe, or conduit within 5 feet (1.5 m) tying the unit to the local bonding grid.A green colored terminal marked “ Ground” is located inside the wiring compartment. To reduce the risk of electric shock, this terminal must be connected to the grounding means provided in the electric supply service panel with a continuous copper wire equivalent in size to the circuit conductors supplying the equipment. • All field installed metal components such as rails, ladders, drains, or other similar hardware within 3 meters of the pool, spa or hot tub shall be bonded to the equipment grounding bus with copper conductors not smaller than 8 AWG US / 6 AWG Canada. • NOTICE TO USERS: This control product is to be used only in accordance with the directions of this label. It is an offense under the Pest Control Products Act to use a control product under unsafe conditions.
The following pertains primarily to Mallory COMP Pumps equipped with Gerotor style pump systems, but also applies to many other fuel systems. BASIC INFORMATION The Mallory Gerotor style COMP Pumps are more forgiving than vane style pumps, but it is still important to insure they are properly mounted and receive clean fuel. The correct mounting position is even with or below the tank and preferably behind or next to the fuel tank. All electric pumps push fuel far better than they can pull (suck) fuel. Make sure that a low restriction filter is between the tank and the pump. A 40-micron element it sufficient to protect the pump from contamination such as dirt, rust, fuel cell foam, etc. Mallory has them available that will screw directly into the pump itself. Electric pumps need a clean and stable power source. Run a minimum of 12 gauge wires to the pump if it is relatively close to the power source. Longer runs should utilize 10 gauge wire instead. With a trunkmounted battery, we recommend that you use a relay to allow for short power wires to be run. Do not pull power from a common terminal, especially if the ignition is wired to the same terminal.
The best location for mounting any electric fuel pump is the rear of the vehicle. The inlet and outlet of the pump must be mounted below the lowest point of the tank. This is necessary to allow for an adequate fuel supply. The pump is designed to push fuel and not designed to suck fuel out of the tank. It needs to be gravity-fed or if it’s pulling from the top of the tank, it needs to develop a siphon feed to the pump. The pump should be mounted on the chassis, in a vertical position with the pump motor on top. Avoid exposure of the pump and fuel lines to moving parts and to any hot areas, such as the exhaust. The pump should not be mounted in a closed area, such as the vehicle’s trunk. Follow the steps below for mounting the pump. 1-800-345-4545 jegs.com WARNING! THE PUMP MUST BE LOCATED SO THAT INTERFERENCE BETWEEN THE VEHICLE’S BODY AND ITS CHASSIS MOVEMENT IS AVOIDED. THE PUMP AND ITS CONNECTING HOSES MUST NOT BE SUBJECTED TO LOW GROUND CLEARANCE, WHERE ANY FLYING ROCKS OR ROAD DEBRIS CAN CAUSE DAMAGE. FAILURE TO AVOID THESE HAZARDS WILL LEAD TO PUMP DAMAGE, WHICH COULD RESULT IN FIRE, PROPERTY DAMAGE, SERIOUS INJURY, AND/OR DEATH.
This program is designed to meet the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.178, regarding protection from hazards of using forklifts, tractors, platform lift trucks, motorized hand trucks, and other specialized industrial trucks powered by electric motors or internal combustion engines. RESPONSIBILITIES Department Head Responsibilities 1. Maintain files of all required training documentation and certification as maybe required by Berea College or any other Federal or state agencies. 2. Maintain a safe and healthy work environment that is free of hazard for all departmental employees and student laborers. Employee Responsibilities 1. Employees are responsible for attending all scheduled departmental training sessions and those provided by other agencies. 2. Employees are responsible for adhering to safety policies and procedures of their department and safe work policies and procedures of Berea College. 3. Employees are responsible for taking proper safety precautions as outlined within this policy. 4. Employees are responsible for wearing proper protective equipment as specified and/or specified by their supervisor, department policy, and/or the Campus Policy. 5. Employees are responsible for reading all warning labels and following warnings and instructions. Trainers - will prepare, audit and revise this program as necessary; will also communicate to personnel responsible for operating the forklifts the procedures for operating and maintaining the forklifts within the College Supervisors - will ensure compliance with this program by all personnel responsible for operating forklifts through monitoring performance and having regular, systematic inspections of the forklifts All Operators - will operate and maintain forklifts in a safe manner Berea College Workplace Programs: Rev 2009
In May 2006, Toyota released the 1 generation Toyota Camry gasoline-electric hybrid vehicle in North America. To educate and assist emergency responders in the safe handling of the 1st generation Camry hybrid technology, Toyota published the 2007 Camry hybrid Emergency Response Guide. A body electrical system rated at 12 Volts, negative chassis ground. Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) – dual stage frontal airbags, front knee airbags, front and rear seat mounted side airbags, side curtain airbags, and front seatbelt pretensioners. High voltage electrical safety remains an important factor in the emergency handling of the Camry Hybrid Synergy Drive. It is important to recognize and understand the disabling procedures and warnings throughout the guide. With the release of the 2nd generation Camry hybrid in September 2011, a new 2012 Toyota Camry Hybrid Emergency Response Guide was published for emergency responders. While many features from the 1st generation model are similar, emergency responders should recognize and understand the new, updated features of the 2nd generation Camry hybrid covered in this guide.
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1. Access the vehicle’s wiring harness connectors at positions P3 and P4 as shown in the Wiring Location Guide. 2. Locate the vehicle’s battery and disconnect the negative battery terminal. 3. Open the trunk. Remove all trunk ﬂoor covers (A). Remove the two plastic push fasteners on each side of the rear scuff panel (B). Remove the rear scuff panel by pulling out on the bottom and then up (C). On both sides of the trunk remove the plastic push fasteners holding the felt trunk liner in place (D). 4. On the driver’s side pull back on the felt trunk liner to locate the vehicle’s taillight wiring harness connectors (E). The connectors will be similar to those on the T-Connector harness. Separate the two connectors from the taillight housing taking care not to damage the locking tabs. Insert the T-Connector end with the yellow wire between the separated 2 pin connectors. Insert the T-Connector end with the red wire between the separated 3 pin connectors (F). Make sure the connectors are fully inserted with locking tabs in place.