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BA EC 70 US - Stihl
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Contents Parts and Controls ............................ 2 IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ............................... 4 SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ................. 6 Working Techniques ....................... 15 Fitting the Cutting Blade ................. 17 Mounting the Loop Handle ............. 18 Starting ........................................... 19 Lubricating Flexible Shaft ............... 20 Gearbox Lubrication ....................... 21 Replacing the Depth Wheel ............ 21 Replacing the Skirt ......................... 21 Replacing the Cutting Blade ........... 22 Storing the Machine ........................ 22 Key to Symbols .............................. 23 Maintenance and Repairs ............... 23 Specifications ................................. 24 Special Accessories ....................... 24 This manual contains warnings, operating and safety precautions for the STIHL EC 70 edger. Pay special attention to the safety precautions outlined on pages 4 to 14....

D-Link DCS-932L User Manual
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Product Overview Package Contents • DCS-932L Wireless N Day/Night Home Network Camera • CAT5 Ethernet Cable • Power Adapter • Manual and Software on CD • Quick Install Guide • Mounting Kit Note: Using a power supply with a different voltage than the one included with your product will cause damage and void the warranty for this product. If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller. System Requirements • Computer with Microsoft Windows® 7, Vista®, or XP • PC with 1.3GHz or above; at least 128MB RAM • Internet Explorer 6 or above , Firefox 3.5 or above, Safari 4 and Chrome • Existing 10/100 Ethernet-based network or 802.11b/g/n wireless network Congratulations on your purchase of the DCS-932L Wireless N Day/Night Home Network Camera. The DCS-932L is a versatile and unique solution for your small office or home. Unlike a standard webcam, the DCS-932L is a complete system with a builtin CPU and web server that transmits high quality video images for security and surveillance. The IR LED provides around the clock surveillance regardless of the lighting conditions. The DCS-932L can be accessed remotely, and controlled from any PC/ Notebook over your local network or through the Internet via a web browser. The simple installation and intuitive web-based interface offer easy integration with your Ethernet/Fast Ethernet or 802.11 b/g/n wireless network. The DCS-932L also comes with remote monitoring and motion detection features for a complete and cost-effective home security solution.

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EYEPIECE FOCUSING This adjusts the focus so that the reticle (cross hairs) appears sharp to your eyes. All Bushnell riflescopes are focused at the factory for 20/20 or corrected vision. If the reticle appears sharp, no adjustment is needed. If the reticle appears unsharp, adjust as follows. FAST FOCUS EYEPIECE DESIGN The eyepiece is designed to provide a precise fast focus. Simply look at a distant object for several seconds without using your scope. Then, shift your vision quickly, looking though the scope at a plain background. Turn the fast-focus eyepiece clockwise or counter clockwise until the reticle pattern is sharp and clear. WARNING: Never look at the sun through the riflescope (or any other optical instrument). It may permanently damage your eye. MOUNTING To achieve the best accuracy from your rifle, your Bushnell scope must be mounted properly. (We strongly recommend that those unfamiliar with proper procedures have the scope mounted by a qualified gunsmith). Should you decide to mount it yourself: 1. Use a high-quality mount with bases designed to fit your particular rifle. The scope should be mounted as low as possible without touching either the barrel or the receiver. 2. Carefully follow the instructions packed with the scope mounts you have selected. 3. Before tightening the mount rings, look through the scope in your normal shooting position. Adjust the scope (either forward or backward) until you find the furthest point forward (to insure maximum eye relief) that allows you to see a full field of view. WARNING: If the scope is not mounted far enough forward, its rearward motion may injure the shooter when ...

Riflescope Instruction Manual - Bushnell

Congratulations on your choice of a Bushnell® riflescope. It is a precision instrument constructed of the finest materials and assembled by highly skilled craftsmen for a lifetime of trouble-free use under the most demanding conditions. This booklet will help you achieve optimum performance by explaining how to use it’s various features and how to care for it. Read the instructions carefully before mounting and using your scope. The following photographs are guides to the nomenclature and location of the riflescope parts mentioned throughout this text. ZEROING Final sighting-in of your rifle should be done with live ammunition, based on your expected shooting distance. If most of your shots will be at short range, zero-in at 100 yards. But, for long-range shooting at big game, most experienced shooters zero-in about three inches high at 100 yards. Three-shot groups are useful for averaging the point of impact. ELEV ATION AND WINDAGE ADJUSTMENT Most Bushnell ® scopes feature finger-adjustable audible-click elevation and windage adjustments. 1. Remove the covers from the Elevation and Windage Adjustments. 2. Grasp the Adjustment Bar and turn it in the appropriate “UP” (and/or “R”) direction indicated by the arrows. Each “click” or increment on the Adjustment Scale Ring will change bullet impact by 1/4" Minute of Angle . 1/4" MOA corresponds to 1/4 inch at 100 yards, 1/2 inch at 200 yards, 3/4 inch at 300 yards and so on (1/12" at 50 feet for air rifles).

Illuminated Red/Green MP Scopes Manual 730132P - Bushnell

FOCUSING No focusing or diopter adjustment is necessary on models with no magnification ("1x"). The clarity and resolution will be as sharp and defined as can be seen with your eyes. Models with magnification ("3.5x") provide a diopter adjustment ring, located around the outside of the eyepiece to compensate for differences in individual eyesight. Looking through the scope, first turn the reticle intensity control up until the reticle is easily visible, but not too bright. Then rotate the diopter ring until the reticle appears sharp to your eye. You may find it helpful to have the scope pointed at a simple, uncluttered background (for example, a white wall) as you adjust the diopter, so the reticle can be seen more clearly. MOUNTING If your scope is mounted improperly, you may never achieve the best accuracy from your firearm. You may choose to mount your own scope or opt to have a gunsmith do it for you. Your scope should be mounted as low on the firearm as possible. This will keep your face or cheek close to the line of sight and will also keep the scope close to the center line of the bore – both factors will help you attain optimum accuracy. When properly mounted, the scope will be as near center as possible, allowing for a full range of elevation and windage adjustments. The Bushnell Illuminated MP Scopes feature an integrated mount, ready to accomodate standard Weaver or Picatinny type mounting rails. BORE SIGHTING Bore sighting is a good preliminary procedure in achieving proper alignment of your scope to the firearm. It is best performed with a Bushnell Bore Sighter. If not available, it can be done adequately in the following manner: Sight through the gun barrel at a 100 yard target. Then sight through your scope and bring the reticle to the same point on the target. The reticle is illuminated by turning on the on/off switch. Rotate the knob until you have achieved the desired brightness. Major elevation adjustment should not be needed but, if necessary, it should be accomplished by shimming the mount base. It is important not to use the elevation adjustment of the scope for major adjustments. Your scope’s internal ...

Discoverer® 15-60x60 Zoom Spotting Scope - Bushnell

Welcome to a world of adventure with your new Bausch & Lomb® Discoverer® Zoom Spotting Scope. The nature student and sportsman who takes pride in optical quality can make no better choice than the Discoverer Zoom 15x-60x Spotting Scope. The Discoverer is one of the optically finest, most versatile 60mm spotting scopes in the world. With the Discoverer, the user can scan an area with a wide, bright field of view at 15 power and instantly zoom in for breathtaking 60 power close-up. The Zoom Power Control Ring smoothly increases or decreases the magnification as desired. The exterior body contains a unique rubberized surface providing durability, noise reduction and a non-reflective surface. The following directions should be followed closely to assure sharp clear observations. MOUNTING The Discoverer’s tripod mount provides a convenient means of fastening to any standard photographic tripod, car window mount or shooter’s stand. For best viewing results, mount your Discoverer on a firm support to prevent movement of the scope. Movement makes the viewed scene appear to dance or vibrate at high magnifications. Afirm mount will also help you to locate, track and keep objects in the field of view. LENS SHIELD Unscrew and remove the lens caps from the objective lens and eyepiece. The objective lens shield may be extended by pulling it out from the end of the scope.

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Download the Installation Guide Supplement for Dodge Ram 1500 ...

PRIOR TO ANY INSTALLATION YOU MUST VERIFY THAT YOU HAVE THE CORRECT INSTALLATION KIT AS THEY ARE YEAR, MAKE AND MODEL SPECIFIC. These supplemental installation instructions are specific to Dodge Ram Trucks, Models 1500 and 2500, 2010-2012. Before proceeding remove existing factory installed aluminum clamps from RTM Base and replace with Dodge Ram specific clamps provided in this kit. Substitute the following instructions for line item 5 and item 11 in the attached Installation Guide: Vehicle Preparation: Remove the two mounting screws securing the CHMSL (Center High Mount Stop Light). Remove light housing from truck body, detach wiring connector, and set aside. Identify the ½” x ½” x 15” foam infill panel from Vehicle Specific install Kit, remove adhesive backer tape, and align the top edge of the piece even with the bottom edge of the vehicle light opening, and centered. Press onto the vehicle body. 11. For Dodge 1500 and 2500 Installations: Align the vehicle specific adapter bezel with the window area on the Lower Mount, thick portion on top. Remove the backer tape from the two adhesive strips, and install with the provided #8 1 ½” fasteners. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN! Remove original vehicle fasteners from brake light housing, tape together, and attach to the interior of the Lower Mount for future reference. Reconnect the CHMSL harness and install onto the Lower Mount bezel using the #8 1” fasteners provided.

English - Insignia
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Important safety instructions 1 Read these instructions. 2 Keep these instructions. 3 Heed all warnings. 4 Follow all instructions. 5 Do not use this apparatus near water. 6 Clean only with a dry cloth. 7 Do not block any ventilation openings. Install in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions. 8 Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, or other apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 9 Protect the power cord from being stepped on or pinched particularly at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the apparatus. 10 Only use attachments/accessories specified by the manufacturer. 11 Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or when unused for long periods of time. Insignia NS-NAV02R GPS 12 Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any way, such as power-supply cord or plug is damaged, liquid has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus, the apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture, does not operate normally, or has been dropped. 13 To reduce the risk of fire or electric shock, do not expose this device to rain, moisture, dripping, or splashing, and do not place any items on top of the device. 14 The device may have power flowing into it through the power adapter even when the device is powered off. Make sure that the power adapter plug is easy to access. To disconnect all power, unplug the power adapter. Features Package contents Your GPS package includes the following items: • 4.3” GPS • Vehicle DC power adapter • Mounting bracket • Mounting cradle • User Guide • Quick Start Guide • SD memory card (pre-installed)

English - Insignia
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WARNING: The assembly must not be mounted so that it impairs the driver’s view of the road. Make sure that your car’s airbags are not obstructed by the GPS. Use the supplied mounting bracket and cradle to mount your GPS in a vehicle. 1 Slide the mounting cradle onto the end of the mounting bracket to secure it. 2 Set the bottom edge of the GPS onto the mounting cradle. Then push the retaining bracket at the top of the mounting cradle (1) toward the GPS unit. To remove the unit, push the retaining bracket at the top of the mount cradle toward the back of the GPS. 3 Lift the suction cup lever, then press the suction cup to the windshield. Press down on the suction cup lever (2) to secure the bracket to the windshield. 4 Rotate the mounted GPS (3) to a comfortable viewing position. Connecting power to your GPS Connecting to a cigarette lighter socket CAUTION: Disconnect the GPS from the DC power adapter when starting the vehicle. • Plug the USB connector on the DC power adapter into the USB port on the side of the GPS, then plug the DC plug into the vehicle’s 12-24V DC accessory socket (cigarette lighter socket). Getting started Using your GPS 1 Turn on the GPS. A splash screen appears for a few seconds, then the Safety Warning appears. 2 To continue using the GPS, touch I Agree at the bottom right of the screen. The Main menu opens....