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Interrupting Operation; Turning Off The Appliance; Transport; Storage - Parkside PHDB 4 B2 Originalbetriebsanleitung

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Interrupting operation

Release the trigger
on the hand spray gun
NOTE
When you let go of the trigger
engine continues idling.
For longer interruptions (several minutes), switch off the engine.
Pull the trigger
until the appliance is depressurised.
Secure the hand spray gun
trigger lock
.
Turning off the appliance
After use with salt water (brine) run tap water through the opened hand
spray gun for at least 2–3 minutes to rinse the appliance.
Release the trigger
on the hand spray gun
Move the On/Off switch
Close the fuel tap
.
Switch off the water supply.
Pull the trigger
until the appliance is depressurised.
Secure the hand spray gun
trigger lock
.
Unscrew the water supply hose from the appliance.

Transport

CAUTION! RISK OF INJURY AND DAMAGE!
Take the weight of the appliance into account during transport.
Wind up the high-pressure hose
Place the jet pipe
into the lower spray gun holder
hand spray gun
in the upper spray gun holder
Push the appliance by the handle
When transporting the appliance in vehicles, secure the appliance
against rolling away, slipping or tipping in accordance with the
applicable guidelines.
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of the hand spray gun
, the
against accidental activation using the
.
to the "OFF" position.
against accidental activation using the
and place it in the hose holder
. Hang the
.
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Storage

CAUTION! RISK OF INJURY AND DAMAGE!
Take the weight of the appliance into account when storing.
The appliance may only be stored indoors.

Frost protection

CAUTION! RISK OF DAMAGE!
Freezing water in the appliance can destroy parts of the appliance.
Preferably store the appliance in a heated room in winter.
When storing in an unheated room, comply with the following instruc-
tions:
Drain the water
Unscrew the water supply hose and the high-pressure hose
Run the appliance for max. 1 minute until the pump and the lines run dry.
Unscrew the water filter and empty it.
Flush the appliance with antifreeze
NOTE
Follow the handling instructions of the antifreeze manufacturer.
Pump a standard commercial antifreeze through the appliance.
This will provide a certain level of corrosion protection.

Cleaning and maintenance

NOTE
The maintenance schedule below lists only maintenance work on the
high-pressure pump. In addition, maintenance work on the engine
must also be taken into consideration.
DANGER! RISK OF INJURY DUE TO ACCIDENTAL
STARTING OF THE APPLIANCE.
.
Before working on the appliance, turn the engine switch to "0/OFF"
and pull off the spark plug connector.
RISK OF BURNS! Do not touch the hot exhaust silencer, cylinder or
cooling fins.

Maintenance intervals

Before use
Check the oil level using the dipstick
If the oil appears milky (water in the oil) contact customer service
immediately.
Check the high-pressure hose
Replace a damaged high-pressure hose
Every 25 operating hours
Check the oil level using the dipstick
If the oil appears milky (water in the oil) contact customer service
immediately.
Every 50 operating hours
Check the oil level using the dipstick
If the oil appears milky (water in the oil) contact customer service
immediately.
Clean the water filter.
Clean the intake filter
Check the fastenings between the engine and the frame for cracks and
have any cracked fastenings replaced by customer service.
.
for damage (risk of bursting).
immediately.
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PHDB 4 B2
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