As with all work tools, so that they last longer, the cutter also requires constant maintenance.
Before using the cutter, it is necessary to insert grease into the arbor, while, once the work is finished, clean any wood residues using water.
The maintenance must take place from time to time, so as not to find one day to have to buy a new one because it is not working.
If you find malfunctions in the cutter, a problem may be that of the legs. Their replacement. You will have to unscrew the bolts that hold the arbor and replace the old legs with the new ones.
Another problem could be that of the wear and tear of the central blade. To check the level of wear you will have to unscrew the bolts (as for replacing the legs) and if necessary, replace it.
Another important maintenance operation is cleaning and replacing the fuel filter, to be carried out in the absence of fuel, by extracting the air from the filter and gradually inserting the diesel fuel.
The last maintenance operation is tire pressure control. In the event of incorrect pressure, the cutter loses grip. There is no standard pressure. Each tool has its pressure stability so it is advisable to check the guide.
By following these simple precautions, your cutter will have a long life.
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