Brush Cutter TL43 Reviews

A larger engine displacement of 43cc which makes this a powerful brush cutter, designed for user who wants more power. This TL43 is a replicate of Original Mitsubishi TL43 brush cutter model. Copied the original Mitsubishi TL43 engine as well as the spare parts.  Spare parts easily available and economical.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This machine is IDEAL for home garden or kampung use, as well as grass cutting service part timer, especially useful for people who owns farm(kebun). Because of its higher 43cc output power. It can easily cut grass by just little engine acceleration and also powerful enough to cut off baby trees of around 1 inch commonly found in farm area. Thus making your work hassle free, more efficient and faster.

Normal use of this brush cutter is extremely durable(just remember to remove all the fuel inside carburetor when you want to keep for a long time).

 

Specification

Model : TL43
Discharging capacity: 42.7cc
Dry weight: 10.3kg
Standard power: 1.25kw/6500rpm
Maximum speed : 7000rpm(gear shaft)/9000rpm(engine)
Fuel tank capacity: 1.3 Litre
Form of carburetor : Float Type
Engine : Air-cooled; 2 cycle;
Mixed fuel ratio : 30:1

The engine is completely assembled, you’ll just need to connect the brush cutter into a piece before use. But don’t worry, it is as easy as it sounds. mostly connecting and screw driving only. Check our guide for more info. A complete set of tool is provided for you. Instruction is provided in the manual as well. you can check here for our strimmer installation guide. If you still have problems please contact us, we are always there to help.

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Safety Rules and Operation Guide

Proper safety precautions must be observed. Like all power equipment this unit must
be handled carefully. DO NOT EXPOSE YOURSELF OR OTHERS TO DANGER.
Follow these general rules. Do not permit others to use this machine unless they are
thoroughly responsible and have read, and understand the machine manual and are
trained in its operation.

• Always wear safety goggles for eye protection. Dress properly , do not wear loose
clothing or jewelry that could become caught in moving parts of the unit. Safe, sturdy,
nonskid footwear should always be worn. Long hair should be tied back. It is
recommended that legs and feet be covered to protect from flying debris during
operation.

• Inspect the entire machine for loose parts (nuts, bolts, screws, etc.) and any damage.
Repair or replace as necessary before using the machine.

• DO NOT USE any attachment with this power head other than the ones
recommended by our company. Serious injury to the operator or bystanders could result as well as damage to the machine.

• Keep the handles free from oil and fuel.

• Always use proper handles and shoulder strap when cutting.

• Do not smoke while mixing fuel or filling tank.

• Do not mix fuel in an enclosed room or near open flames. Assure adequate ventilation.

• Always mix and store the fuel in a properly marked container that is approved by local codes and ordinances for such usage.

• Never remove the fuel tank cap while the engine is running.

• Never start or run the engage inside a closed room or building. Fumes from the
exhaust contain dangerous carbon monoxide.

• Never attempt to make engine adjustments while the unit is running and strapped to the operator. Always make engine adjustments with the unit resting on a flat, clear surface.

• Do not use the unit if it is damaged or poorly adjusted. Never remove the
machine’s guard. Serious injury to the operator or bystanders could result as
well as damage to the machine.

• Inspect the area to be cut and remove all debris that could become entangled in the nylon cutting head. Also remove any objects that the unit may throw during cutting.

• Keep children away. Onlookers should be kept at a safe distance from the work area, at least I5 METER(5O FEET)

• Never leave the machine unattended.

• Do not use this unit for any job other than those for which it is intended as described in this manual.

• Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. Do not run the unit while standing on a ladder or on any other unstable footing location.

• Keep hands and feet clear of the nylon cutting head while unit is in use.

• Do not use this type of machine for sweeping away debris.

• Do not use the unit when you are tired, ill or under the influence of medication, drugs or alcohol.

• Use nylon cutting head which is free of damage. If a stone or any other obstacle is hit, stop the engine and check the nylon cutting head. A broken or unbalanced nylon cutting head must never be used.

FOLLOW INSTRUCTION FOR CHANGING ACCESSORIES.

• Do not store in a closed area where fuel vapors can reach an open flame from hot
water heaters, heaters, furnaces, etc. Store in a locked, well ventilated area only.

• ensure safe and proper performance of your product. These part are available from
your dealer. The use of any other accessories or attachments may cause a potential hazard or injury to the user, damage to the machine and void this warranty.

• Clean the machine completely, especially, the fuel tank, its surroundings, and the air cleaner.

• When refueling, be sure to stop the engine and confirm that it is cooled down. Never refuel when the engine is running or hot. When gasoline spills, be sure to wipe it up completely and properly dispose of those materials before starting the engine.

• Stay clear of other workers or bystanders by at least I5 meters /50 feet.

• When ever approaching an operator of the machine, carefully call his attention and confirm that the operator stops the engine. Be careful not to startle or distract the operator which can cause an unsafe situation.

• Never touch the nylon cutting head whenever the engine is running. If it is necessary to adjust the protector or nylon cutting head, be sure to stop the engine and confirm that the nylon cutting head has stopped running.

• The engine should be turned off when the machine is moved between work areas.

• Be careful not to hit the nylon cutting head against stones, or the ground.
Unreasonable rough operation will shorten the life of the machine as well as create an unsafe environment for yourself and those around you.

• Pay attention to loosening and overheating of parts. If there is any abnormality of
the machine, stop operation immediately and check the machine carefully. lf necessary, have the machine serviced by a authorized dealer. Never continue to
operate a machine which may be malfunctioning.

• In start-up or during operation of the engine, never touch hot parts such as the
muffler, the high voltage wire or the spark plug.

• After the engine has stopped, the muffler is still hot. Never place the machine in
any places where there are flammable materials (dry grass, etc.), combustible gasses or combustible liquids.

• Pay special attention to operation inthe rain orjust after the rain as the ground
may be slippery.

• If you slip or fall to the ground or into a hole, release the throttle lever immediately.

• Be careful not to drop the machine or hit it against obstacles.

• Before proceeding to adjust or repair the machine, be sure to stop the engine and
detach the spark plug cap from the spark plug.

• When the machine is placed in storage for a long time, drain fuel Brom the fuel tank and carburetor, clean the parts, move the machine to a safe place and confirm that the engine is cooled down.

• Make periodic inspections to assure safe and efficient operation. For a thorough
inspection of your machine, please contact a dealer.

• Keep the machine away from fire or sparks.

• It is believed that a condition called Raynaud’s phenomenon, which affects the
fingers of certain individuals may be brought about by exposure to vibration and cold.

• Exposure to vibration and cold may cause tingling and buming sensations followed by loss of color and numbness in the fingers. The following precautions are strongly
recommended because the minimum exposure which might trigger the ailment is
unknown.

• Keep your body warm, especially the head, neck, feet, ankles, hands and wrists.
Maintain good blood circulation by performing vigorous arm exercises during frequent
work breaks and also by not smoking.

• Limit the hours of operation. Try to fill each day with jobs where operating the brush cutter or other hand—held power equipment is not required.

• If you experience discomfort, redness and swelling of the fingers followed by
whitening and loss of feeling, consult your physician before further exposing yourself
to cold and vibration.

• Always wear ear protection, loud noise for long time can make hearing debase even lost hearing. Total face and head protection must be wear to prevent damage from plummet or branch.

• Wear no-slip heavy duty work gloves to improve your grip on the brush cutter
handle. Gloves also reduce the transmission of machine vibration to your hands.

• WARNING: The cutter area is still dangerous while the machine is coasting to a stop.

More safety rules and operation guides with graphics (click to enlarge image)

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Cutting methods and Cutter guides for Brush Cutter

Trimming
This is feeding the trimmer carefully into the material you wish to cut. Tilt the head slowly to direct debris away from you. lf cutting up to a barrier such as fence, wallor tree, approach from an angle where any debris ricocheting off the barrier will fly away from you. Move the line head slowly until the grass is cut right up the barrier, but do not jam(overfeed )the line into the barrier.

lf trimming up to a wire mesh or chain linked fence be careful to feed only up to wire. lf you go to far the line will snap off around the wire. Trimming can be done to cut through weed stems one at a time. Place the trimmer line head near the bottom of the weed—never high up which could cause the weed to chatter and catch the line. Rather than cut the weed right through, just use the very end of the line to wear through the stem slowly.

Warning!
Do not use a steel blade for edging or scalping.

SCALPING AND ENGING:
Both of these are done with the line head tilted at a steep angle Scalping is removing top growth leaving the earth bear. Edging is trimming the grass back where it has spread over a sidewalk or drive way. During both edging and scalping, hold the unit a steep angle and in a position where the debris, and any dislodging din and stones,
will not come back towards you even if it ricochets off the hard surface. Although the picture shows how to edge and scalp every operator must find for himself the angles which suits his body size and cutting situation.

Warning!

Do not trim in any area where there are strands of fencing wire. Wear protective safety protecting, Do not cut where you cannot see what the cutting device is cutting.

CUTTING WITH A BLADE
There are many different types of blades, however the two most commonly used are the following.
BRUSHBLADE is used for cutting brush and weeds up to 3/4″ in diameter.

SAWBLADE is used for cutting growth from 3/4″ to 3″ in diameter.

Caution!

Use the shoulder harness at all times . Adjust both harness and harness clamp on the unit so that the unit hangs a few inches above ground level. The cutting head and the metal debris shield should be level in all directions. Harness the unit on the right side of your body.

Do not cut with dull, cracked or damaged metal blade. Before cutting growth, inspect for obstructions such as boulders, metal stakes or strands of wire from broken fences. lf an obstruction
cannot be removed, mark its location so that you can avoid it with the blade. Rocks and metal will dull or damage a blade. Wires can catch on the blade head and flap around or be thrown into the air.

SCYTHING WEED

This is cutting by swinging the blade in a level arc. lt can quickly clear areas of field grass and Weeds. Scything should not be used to cut large, tough weeds or woody growths.

NOTE
Do not a brush blade to cut trees which exceed a diameter of 1/2 to 3/4 inches.

Scything can be done in both directions, or just in one way which results in the debris being thrown away from you.

That is using the side of the blade that it is rotating away from you. Tilt down the blade slightly on this same side .You will be hit by some debris if you scythe in both directions.

SAWING

This must be done with a saw blade when the weeds are too thick and strong for scything.

lf kickback occurs, the blade may be dull, or the material so thick and hard that you should use a saw blade instead of the brush blade.
Growth up to 3-inches in diameter, which is too thick for scything, may be cut by sawing. Sawing requires judgement on your part whether to cut on the side where the blade pulls away from you but throws back the debris ,or on the side where the
debris is thrown away from you but the reaction is push which could become a kick0ut(blade thrust).
Always cut on the side of the tree which will cause the tree to fall away from the unit. A kickout or bind may result if the tree falls toward the unit and
pinches the blade.

Do not force the blade to cut. Do not change the angle of cut after into the wood. Avoid using any
pressure or leverage.

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Brush Cutter Trouble Shooting Guide

Here are some Brush Cutter Trouble Shooting Tips (click for larger image)

troubleshooting guide 1

troubleshooting guide 2

troubleshooting guide 3

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Brush Cutter Maintenance

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



Checking and Cleaning

• Scrape off the carbon from the spark plug gap
0.6-0.7mm (.023″.028″)
• Clean the cylinder exhaust port and muffler.
• Remove the grasses or dusts
entered in the cylinder cover or fan case cover (otherwise they may cause a trouble such as an overheating).
• Inspect carefully for any fuel or oil leaks.
•Check all nuts, bolts, screws, etc. , making sure
they are tightened and secured as they should
be.
• Lubricate Gear Case, every 25 hours of use.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lubricating Flexible Shaft
• Check film of lubricant about every 10 hours
of operation.
• Remove flexible shaft from clutch case.
• Pull the shaft (1) out of the protective tube
(2) and note installed position.
• lf shaft has turned blue, fit a new one.

•Refit flexible shaft (1) in the protective tube
(2) — turn it 180° from the original installed
position and push it home as far as stop.
• Insert the flexible shaft into the clutch
case — turn the shaft back and forth at the
same time.

Extended Storage
• Inspect, clean and repair unit if necessary.
• Remove all fuel from tank.
• Start engine- This will consume all fuel in fuel line and carburetor.
• Remove spark plug and pour one tea spoon of clean motor oil into spark plug hole of cylinder-replace spark plug.
• Store in clean, dry, dust free area.

 

 

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