gardening-direct

Recent Posts

Members
  • Total Members: 30
  • Latest: Robster
Stats
  • Total Posts: 251
  • Total Topics: 117
  • Online Today: 4
  • Online Ever: 101
  • (October 10, 2018, 12:23:28 PM)
Users Online
Users: 0
Guests: 6
Total: 6
VigLink badge

Show us the gardening dea...Does anyone know where I ...Variable speed verses fix...UPDATE: Christchurch gard...Make your first cut countA to Z of herbs: G is for...Grow your own rhubarbBest power attachments fo...How to Sharpen Your Chain...Battery tools on the upKit for pitchesBattle of the sizes 200 l...Question time with the UK...Making and using leaf mou...Planting spring-flowering...Stylised Hedge Trimming T...

Author Topic: Warranty when using Alkylate based fuel mixes  (Read 151 times)

Offline Mick

  • Administrator
  • Full Member
  • *****
  • Posts: 134
    • View Profile
    • Guitarist Guild
Warranty when using Alkylate based fuel mixes
« on: July 21, 2018, 07:01:04 PM »
Noticed Cobragarden http://www.cobragarden.co.uk has decided to throw warranty out if using Alkylate based fuel mixes with at least one of their chainsaws, there might be more than one model.

Just wondered if anyone else has seen other manufacturers doing the same.  I'll quote the Cobra Technical Bulletin below:

Cobra Technical Bulletin:

Factory tests have shown the Cobra CS620 Chainsaw's piston and cylinder are overheating and becoming damaged when used with Alkylate based fuel mixes (e.g. Aspen). This can cause the engine to fail.

This model should only be run using a 40:1 petrol/oil mixture.

You will invalidate your warranty if you use Alkylate based fuel mix with the Cobra CS620-20 petrol chainsaw.