Remington 100089-06 Owner's Manual

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REMIN N
8' ELECTRIC=TElESCOPING POLE SAW
INTRODUCTION
Your Remington Telesooping Pole Saw is a
dual purpose product. The electric chain
saw is a separate operating unit when not
assembled to the telescoping pole. Before
operating either the chain saw or the Pole
Saw, make certain you readand understand
all Safety Warnings.
A SAFETY
WARNINGS
Make Certain you read and
understand all Safety Warnings
on pages 2 and 3. Improper use
of this Pole Saw can cause severe
injury or death from fire, electrical
shock, body contactwRh moving
chain, or falling wood.
BEFORE OPERATING SAW
1. Read and understand both chain saw
and Pole Saw manuals before operat-
ing saws.
2. Watch what you are doing. Usa com-
mon sense. Do not operate saw when
you aretired.
3. Use chain saw for cutting wood only.
Do not use chain saw for purpose not
intended. Do not use for cutting non-
wood items.
4.
Only well-iusmtcted adults should op-
erate Pole Saw or chain saw. Nero al-
low children to operate saws.
5. Use only electrical voltage noted on
model plate of chain saw..
6. Use only extension cords marked for
outdoor use. See Operating Chain Saw
section of chain saw manual for exten-
sion cord requirements,
7. Do not operate Polo Saw or chain saw
while under the influence of alcohol,
medication, or drugs
in rain orin damp orwet areas
if tfiggex does not turn saw on and
off. Chain must stop moving when
you release trigger. Haye faulty
switch replaced by authorizedservice
center.See chain saw manual forlist-
ing of authorized service centers.
whiin in a hurry
wl_e in tree or on a ladder
while on aerial booms, buckets or
5.
pisiforms
8. Wear sung-fittlng clothes when oper-
ating Pole Saw or chain saw. Do_not
wear loose clothing or jewelry. They 6.
can get caught in moving saw chain.
9. Wear the following safety gear when 7.
operatingsaws:
heavy-duty gloves (wear rubber
gloves when working outdoors) 8.
steel-toed safety footweur with non-
skid soles 9.
eye protection such as safety glasses,
goggles, or face screen 10.
safetybardhat ,
earmufflers or ear plugs
haircoveting to contain long hair 11.
faceordust mask (ifwortdng in dasty
areas)
10. Before cutting, always provide the fol- 12.
lowing:
clearwork area
secure footing
planned retreat path from falling 13.
limbs
II. Inspecttree hefore trimming. Make al-
lowance for branches to fall freely to
the ground.
12. Do not Use your Polo Saw to fell sap- 14.
lings. Use the chain saw without pole
attachemenL .::7"i _
13. To reducethe risk of electric shock, this
saw has a polarized plug (one blade is
widerthan the other). This plug will fit
in a polarized oudet only one way. If
the ping does not fit fully in the oudet
of your extension cord, reverse the
plug. If it still does not fit, a polarized 15.
extension cord will be necessary. Do
not change the plug in any way.
where highly flammable liquids or
gasesarapresent WHILE OPERATING POLE SAW
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1. Ot_y tutti* Ub_ _;UI_dLUUU _cnse willie
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2. Keepwork areaclean.Clutteredareas
inviteinjuries.
3. Be aware ofexteusion cord while op-
orating chain saw. Be cerefiq not to trip
over €ord. Keep cord awa'. _m chain
and operator at all times.
- 4. Keep children, animals, and bystand-
ers away from Pole Saw and extension
cord.OnlyPoleSaw usershouldhein
work area.
Do not use the Pole Saw to cut down
trees. Use the chain saw without pole
attachment and only if you are trained
or have expert help.
Do not use near power lines. Keep at
least I0 feet away fromelectricallines.
GripPoleSaw securely-onehandon
thepole,theotheronthehandle.
Keep fingeroff_gges undlreadyto
make cut.
BeforestartingPoleSaw, make sure
chainis nottounldnganything.
Toguardagainstelec=icalshock,avoid
body contactwithgroundedobjects
suchaspipes,fences,andmetalposm.
Keepallparrsofbodyawayfromchain
when saw isrunning.
Do not force chain saw while cutting.
Apply light pressure.It will do thejob
better and safer at the rate for which it
was intended.
When cuttinglimbortreetrunkthatis
under tension, use extreme caution.Be
alert for wood springingback. When
wood tensionisreleased,limbcould
springbackand strikeoperatorcaus-
ingsevereinjuryordeath.
CarryPoleSaw fromoneplacetoan-
other
withunitunplugged
with telescoping pole returned to
shortest position
by holding pole at balance point
(close to saw end)
with guide bar and chain to rear
Do notcutsmallbrushand saplings
with the Pole Saw. Use the chainsaw
only, with extreme care. Slender mat-
ter may catch in the chain and be
whippedtoward you.Thiscouldalso
pull youoff balance.
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Summary of Contents

Page 1 - WARNINGS

REMIN N8' ELECTRIC=TElESCOPING POLE SAWINTRODUCTIONYour Remington Telesooping Pole Saw is adual purpose product. The electric chainsaw is a separ

Page 2 - OWNER'S MANUAL

SAFETYJLLWARNINGS_ake certain you readand understand allSafety Warnings onpages 2 through 5.Improper use of thischain saw can causesevere injury or de

Page 3 - REMIN N

PRODUCTIDENTIFICATIONRearHandlePower CordGuardGuide BarNoseSawChainRear HandGuardoScabbardOil Level Sight Hole(located on saw body,hidden by front han

Page 4 - OWNER'S MANUA

_7Of7CHAIN SAWNAMES andTERMSBucking Process of cutting a felled tree or log into lengths.Felling Processof cutting down a tree.Feliin_g:CutFinal cutwh

Page 5 - REMIN N!

UNPACKINGASSEMBLY1. Remove all items from carton.2. Check all items for any shipping damage. If you find any damage or if any partsare missing, prompt

Page 6 - I I( 2.io

ASSEMBLYContinuedTappingScrewi•Front HandTowardsGuideBoltsSawChainMounting _--_ -Stand-OutsNutsoFigure 3 - Assembling Guide Bar, Chain, and Hand Guard

Page 7 - CONTENTS

ASSEMBLYContinuedSAW CHAINTENSIONADJUSTMENTInstalling Automatic Chain Sharpener(Fast Sharp Models Only)1. Screw automatic chain sharpener into threade

Page 8

SAW CHAINTENSIONADJUSTMENTContinuedFILLINGOIL TANKO97O17Figure 6- Turning Adjusting ScrewCorrect TensionIncorrect TensionFigure 7 - Saw Chain Adjustme

Page 9

OPERATINGCHAIN SAWWARNINGRead and understand this owner's manual before operating thissaw. Make certain you read and understand all Safety Warnin

Page 10 - JLLWARNINGS

OPERATINGCHAIN SAWContinuedCUTTING WITH THE CHAIN SAW1. Connect saw to extension cord. Connect extension cord to power supply.2. Make suresectionof lo

Page 11 - IDENTIFICATION

mOPERATINGCHAIN SAWContinuedTRIMMING A TREE (Pruning)WARNINGAvoid kickback. Kickback can result in severe injui'y or death. See.Kickback, page 3

Page 12 - NAMES and

OWNER'S MANUALSAFETYWARNINGScontinuedKICKBACK_WARNING: Kickback may oc-cur when the nose or tip of theguide bar touches an object, orwhen the woo

Page 13 - ASSEMBLY

09;'017OPERATINGCHAIN SAWContinued?FELLING A TREE (Cutting Down a Tree)• WARNING• Avoid kickback. Kickback can result in severe injury or death.S

Page 14

OPERATING 1CHAIN SAW IContinued ! 2.!• 3.i, i,Make lower notch cut as close to ground as possible. Hold saw so gui_de bar ishorizontal. Cut 1i3 the di

Page 15 - ADJUSTMENT

OPERATINGCHAIN SAWContinuedLIMBING A TREEWARNINGAvoid kickback. Kickback can result in severe Injury or death. SeeKickback, page 3 to avoid risk of ki

Page 16 - OIL TANK

OPERATINGCHAIN SAW, +ContinuedBUCKING A LOG• WARNINGAvoid kickback. Kickback can result in severe+injury or death. SeeKickback, page 3 to avoid risk o

Page 17 - OPERATING

OPERATINGCHAIN SAWContinuedLog Supported On One End1. Make first cut on underside of log (see Figure 16). Use top of guide bar to makethis cut. Cut I/

Page 18

CLEANINGI ANDMAINTENANCENOTICE tBelow are instructions for servicing your chain saw. Any servicing notmentioned below should be done by an authorized

Page 19 - €_,'ui7

CLEANING ANDMA' a T E acAnNnCu ENormal Guide Bar Maintenance1. Remove guide bar from chain saw.2. Remove sawdust from guide bar groove periodical

Page 20

CLEANING ANDVlAINTENANCEContmuedSharpening Cutters.Use file guide for 30 ° filing.1. Adjust chain for proper tension (see Saw Chain Tension Adjustment

Page 21 - CHAIN SAW I

CLEANING ANDMAINTENANCEContinuedFiling Cutter Depth GaugesThe cutter depth gauge clearance is reduced as cutters are sharpened. After everysecond or t

Page 22

CLEANING ANDMAINTENANCEContinuedSHARPENING YOUR SAW CHAIN(Fast Sharp Model),0 WARNINGUnplug chain saw from power source before servicing. Severeinjury

Page 23

REMIN N 8' ELECTRIC TELESCOPING POLE SAWPRODUCTIDENTIFICATIONHandGuard\Saw ChainGr_ AreaPowerCor_Coupling_.NutInner PoleGuide BarHandleBracketOut

Page 24

CLEANING ANDMAINTENANCEContinued9. Gently push on sharpener knob. Saw must be running for chain m sharpen.Note: Sparks appearing shows sharpener is wo

Page 25 - MAINTENANCE

TROUBLE-SHOOTING,/k WARNINGUnplug chain saw from power source before servicing. Severeinjury or death could occur from electrical shock or body contac

Page 26 - CLEANING AND

TECHNICALSERVICESERVICEPUBLICATIONSREPAIRSERVICEYou may have furtherquestions about assembling, operating, or maintaining thissaw. If so, contact DESA

Page 27 - VlAINTENANCE

REPLACEMENTPARTS ANDACCESSORIESWARNINGUse only replacement parts and accessories described in thismanual. Use of oth .er parts or accessories could da

Page 28

WARRANTY INFORMATIONKEEP THIS WARRANTYModelSerial No.Date PurchasedAlways specify model and serial numbers when writing the factory.We reserve the fig

Page 29

UNPACKING1. Remove allitems from carton.2. Chock allitems for any aldpp'mg dam-age, If you find any damage or ff anyparts are missing, promptly i

Page 30

REMIN N!8' ELECTRIC TELESCOPING POLE SAWOPERATING PoLESAWWARNING: Read end under-stand this owner's manual be-fore operating this Pole saw.M

Page 31 - SHOOTING

OWNER'S MANUALOPERATING POLESAWContinuedTRIMMING A TREEPRUNING)WARNING: Avoid kickback.Kickback can result in severe in-jury or death. See Kickba

Page 32 - PUBLICATIONS

CONTENTSSAFETYWARNINGSMake certain you readand understand allSafety Warnings onpages 2 through 5.Improper use of thischain saw can causesevere injury

Page 33 - (_;'01Z

A SAFETYWARNINGSMake certain you readand understand allSafety Warnings onpages 2 through 5.Improper use of thischain saw can causesevere injury or dea

Page 34 - WARRANTY INFORMATION

SAFETYWARNINGSMake certain you readand understand allSafety Warnings onpages 2 through 5.Improper use of thischain saw can causesevere injury or death

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