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AUTOMATIC FEED CHAINSAW SHARPENER


Auto Use Chain Grinder
MAINS VOLTAGE MOTOR 240v CHAINSAW SHARPENER. 200w 3000rpm
STRONG & DURABLE. AUTO CHAIN ADVANCE: moves chain on automatically
Price: £118.75

A DEGREE OF MECHANICAL KNOWLEDGE IS REQUIRED TO OPERATE THIS MACHINE

PLEASE NOTE:

If you have a "consumer" saw with 0.043 guage chain (click here for explination) our Standard Sharpener or Ezy Use Sharpener are more suitable for these chains.

Faq: "Will the Auto Advance Sharpener sharpen 0.043 chains?"

Ans: YES it will but due to the very narrow guage  it needs more attention when setting up. Also the operator will need to pay attention at all times when sharpening as the carriage will need to be readjusted as the chain loop proceeds through the machine. Suitable for many makes of chainsaw including stihl chainsaw , husqvarna chainsaw , echo chainsaw, Homelite chainsaw, Makita electric chainsaw and all others.


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Instructions

GRINDING INSTRUCTIONS:
Please observe the declarations, recommendations and Warranty as outlined in the
accompanying manual.
Installation:
1. Assemble the grinder as per Fig 1.
2. Ensure that the workbench where the grinder will be used conforms with the requirements
for safety as already outlined in the accompanying manual (marked SAFETY and RESIDUAL
RISK)
Install the grinder with suitable nuts and bolts (not supplied).
OPERATING:
ALL ADJUSTMENTS MUST BE MADE WITH THE MACHINE TURNED OFF AND
DISCONNECTED FROM THE POWER
SUPPLY.
1. Clean the chain prior to sharpening in solvent.
2. Lift the chain stop (13) and mount the chain on the machine ensuring that the drive links of
the
chain are correctly located in the chain track (2).
3. Unscrew the knob under the vice (9 in fig 1) and rotate the chain carrier (3 in fig 1) and
position at
the angle required ( usually 30 or 35 degrees as in fig 3). Ensure that the locating pegs (15 in
fig 1)
are firmly located thereby locking the chain carrier firmly into position. Secure the chain
carrier by tightening the knob (9 in fig 1).
4. WITHOUT the motor running grasp the motor body and bring it gently down to meet the
chain
cutter .The chain automatically advances to the next cutter. Ensure that the correct hand
cutter
is presented to the grind wheel (left hand or right hand cutter).
5. Adjust the thumb wheel (7 in fig 1) pushing or retracting the cutter towards or away from
the grind wheel depending on chain wear so the grind wheel meets the cutter comfortably and
does not grind away the chain unduly. If there is chain damage from using the chainsaw in
soil
stone or other debris you may find that you need to grind away a substantial amount of cutter
to
attain a good edge.
6. Adjust the depth stop thumb wheel (6 in fig 1) ensuring that you do not grind into the
shoulder of the chain thereby weakening the chain.
7. Do this 3 or 4 times to ensure that all the cutters will be sharpened to the same size. It
is a good idea to choose the most worn cutter to set the machine up.
8. You are now ready to start sharpening.
9. Lubricate the cam (16 in fig 1) and the pegs (14 in fig 1) with good machine oil or Vaseline
to ensure a smooth operation.
10. Switch on the motor by depressing the button on the top of the motor and rock the grinder
downwards to sharpen the cutters. The button must be depressed all the time.
CAUTION: to avoid damage of the cutters don’t force the grind wheel into the cutter. Remove
only a small amount of the cutter at a time. If you need to severely grind back the cutters due
to
sawing damage make several passes over the cutter, adjusting up the backstop (7 in fig 1)
on each pass over the cutter.
ALWAYS WEAR PROTECTIVE EYE GOGGLES AT ALL TIMES.
Grinding of the rakers is achieved with a flat file to the chain manufacturers
recommendations (10)
PROBLEM SOLVING:
The chain doe not run: Ensure that the chain is clean and the backstop bracket
can move freely (11)
The chain advances by itself: ensure that the backstop is correctly located on the
rear of the cutter.
The chain clamp is not correct (13): Adjust the advancing pins by rotating them.
The chain does not arrive at the correct distance from the grind wheel: Adjust the
backstop by regulating nos 7 and 8 in figure 1. If this does not present the cutter
in the correct position further regulation can be undertaken by rotating the pins
in figure 12.
PLEASE NOTE BOTH THE GRINDER(95%) AND PACKAGING (100%) MAY BE
RECYCLED. Do not discard.