1. When starting, gently pull up the starter handle by hand until it reaches the stop position, then pull it quickly and firmly while pressing down on the front handle.
NOTE: DO NOT pull the start cord as far as it will go, or you may pull it off.
2. Do not let the starter handle spring back freely, guide it back into the case slowly so that the starter cord can be rolled up well.
1. After the engine has been running at maximum throttle for a long time, it needs to be idling for a period of time in order to cool the air flow and release most of the heat in the engine. This avoids thermal overloading of engine-mounted components (ignition, carburetor).
2. If the engine power drops significantly during use, the air filter may be dirty. Remove the carburetor cap, take out the air filter, clean the dirt around the filter, separate the two parts of the filter, and dust the filter with the palm of your hand, or blow it from the inside out with a hair dryer.
Post time: Sep-22-2022