1. How to use Weeder correctly?

(1) Wear appropriate personal protective equipment such as earplugs, goggles and gloves.

(2) Check fuel and oil levels to make sure they are adequate.

(3) Start the engine, and operate the switch and throttle according to the manual.

(4) Move the Weeder parallel to the ground, avoiding oblique or bumpy movements.

(5) Pay attention to the surrounding obstacles to avoid damaging the machine or injuring people.

2. How to clean and maintain Weeder?

(1) After use, remove the residual grass residue and dust on the Weeder.

(2) Clean the air filter to prevent clogging.

(3) Regularly check the wear degree of the blade, and replace it in time if necessary.

(4) Check and fasten the screws and nuts to ensure that the machine structure is stable.

(5) Regularly change fuel and engine oil to maintain engine performance.

3. How to replace the blade of Weeder?

(1) Disconnect the ignition wire, make sure the Weeder is turned off and cool down.

(2) Use a wrench to loosen the screw that fixes the blade.

(3) Take off the old blade, pay attention to the installation direction of the blade.

(4) Install the new blade in the same position, making sure the blade is oriented correctly.

(5) Tighten the screws, but do not overtighten.

(6) Reconnect the ignition wire, start the machine and test whether the blades operate normally.

4. What should be paid attention to when storing Weeder?

(1) Clean the Weeder to make sure there is no grass residue and dust remaining.

(2) Empty the fuel in the fuel tank to avoid fuel leakage.

(3) Store in a dry, sheltered place and avoid direct exposure to sunlight and rain.

(4) Start the engine regularly and let it run for a period of time to keep some mechanical parts lubricated.

(5) Before storage, do a full inspection to make sure there are no damaged or loose parts.

5. Why is the Weeder difficult to start and what should I do?

(1) If the fuel is insufficient or deteriorated, fresh fuel should be added.

(2) The spark plug is carbon-deposited or damaged and needs to be cleaned or replaced.

(3) The air filter is clogged and should be cleaned or replaced.

(4) Engine parts are damaged and need professional repair.

(5) The operation is not correct when the pull rope is started, and the correct steps should be followed.