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How to Store Your Gas-Powered Equipment


The STIHL How-To Series gives you tips and general advice on how to operate and maintain your STIHL power tools. If you don’t plan on using your gas powered tools for an extended period of time (generally three months or longer), STIHL gives you tips on how to properly store them.

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6 responses to “How to Store Your Gas-Powered Equipment”

  1. Thanks for the comment.

  2. Plex for iOS says:

    Hey this is a nice post really bro

  3. PsiPhon 3 says:

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  5. Mobdro says:

    The first thing you need to do is get all the gasoline out of the power tool’s system. To do this, start in a well-ventilated area, outside and away from any open flames or sparks—like an empty driveway. Start by cleaning around the fuel cap so as to avoid having any dirt fall into the tank when removing the cap.

  6. The principal thing you have to do is get all the gas out of the power device’s framework. To do this, begin in an all-around ventilated region, outside and far from any open blazes or starts—like a vacant carport. Begin by cleaning around the fuel top to abstain from having any earth fall into the tank while expelling the top.

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