When you purchase a chainsaw, you will receive some pieces of documentation that you are required to keep for the life of the machine or until you pass it off onto someone else. One of the more important of these documents includes the manual, which will provide you with vital information regarding the correct use of the machine and how it should be maintained. There are a number of reasons why you simply shouldn’t toss your manual aside, and they have been outlined in the list below:
Even when taking every precaution possible to keep track of your chainsaw manual, there is always the chance that it will somehow become misplaced anyway, especially when moving house or lending the machine to others. If you are unable to locate your manual, it could be possible to find a replacement copy on the internet (simply type in the model of your chainsaw followed by the word ‘manual’). Providing that you don’t own an overly rare model or brand, you should be able to find what you’re looking for.