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Running head: STARTING A CHAINSAW 10-STEPS TO STARTING A CHAINSAW Christopher M Carlson Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
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STARTING A CHAINSAW STARTING A CHAINSAW IN 10 STEPS Chainsaws are a useful tool for outdoor use in cutting large wooden objects such as trees and lumber. The following are 10 steps in starting a chainsaw. The user should read all steps prior to attempting chainsaw startup and follow all manufacture warning instructions. 1. Check Fuel Cap : Going to start a chainsaw? Wait! First make sure that the fuel cap is safely fastened. Check for the dripping of any fuel around the chainsaw. If you observe any drippings, wipe it clean from exterior of the machine. Remember it is not safe to start a chainsaw near any source of fuel. 2. Make the Chain Brake Active : Prior to starting the chainsaw, you should ensure the chain is locked securely. To lock the chain brake you should push the brake located in front of the chainsaw’s handlebar. 3. Remove the Cover Bar: Almost all chainsaws are designed with a cover protecting the bar and chain of the machine. If your chainsaw has a cover, you must remove the bar cover before starting the machine.
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  • Fall '19
  • Internal combustion engine, Start, TheStart, Left-handedness, Imperative mood, Chainsaw

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