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PostPosted: Tue Jun 30, 2009 10:12 pm 
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anyone know where I can find one?


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Might be hard to find as Partner are now Husqvarna.

I have a disk at home that Hooly sent to me and it has lots of manuals on it, but I think they are all chainsaws.

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Hope this will be if use to you found it in google

www.lacountyfirefighters.org/items/Part ... manual.pdf


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thanks nick!

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No problem mate, we all have off days , like me yesterday rushing to finish the job and grabbed a live cable forgetting to turn it off at the board below, What a pillock, still got a tingly thumb now LoL :oops: :oops:

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Hello Friends......

please read rules about selling arren :thumbright: :thumbright: [b a]

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