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1 STIHL RE 108, RE 118, RE 128 PLUS Installation Operation Safety precautions Maintenance CONTENTS To this instruction manual 2 Safety precautions 3 Components 6 Assembling and disassembling the steel tube and spray gun 7 Mounting and disassembling the high pressure hose 8 Electrical hose connection 9 Water supply connection 9 Non-pressurized water supply 10 Turning on the device 10 Operation 10 Mixing the cleaning agents 11 Turning off the device 12 Storage of the device 12 Special accessories 13 Maintenance spine 15 Commissioning after prolonged storage 16 Minimizing wear and prevent damage to the nodes 17 16 Basic Specifications 18 Clearing operational fault repair instructions 19 20 20 Application Disposal of the CE manufacturer 21, the uniformity of the quality certificate January 22

2 To this instruction manual Visual symbols All symbols printed on the device are explained in this instruction manual. Description of actions is supported by illustrations. Designation of sections in the text The described sequence of actions (operations) can be indicated in different ways: An action without a direct relation to the illustration An action that relates directly to the illustration located above or below, with reference to the position number. For example: 1 = Unscrew screw 2 = Lever. In addition to the description of the action, these operating instructions may contain sections of text that have additional meaning. These sections are indicated by one of the following symbols: Caution against the danger of accidents and personal injury, as well as serious material damage Caution against damage to the motor device or individual components and parts A note that is not required to operate the device, however, may serve to better understand and better use of the device. Indication of an environmentally friendly course of action in order to avoid damage to the environment. Scope of supply / equipment This operating manual applies to all models with different scope of supply. Units and parts not contained in all models, as well as their use, are indicated by an asterisk. Units and parts that are not included in the scope of delivery and marked with an asterisk can be obtained at STIHL points of sale in the form of special accessories. Technical improvement STIHL is constantly working to improve its machines and devices; therefore, we reserve the right to make changes in terms of form, technique and equipment. therefore, the data and illustrations contained in these operating instructions do not constitute a basis for claims. 2

3 Safety and operating instructions General information High water pressure generated and connection to a power source are sources of increased danger. Before commissioning for the first time, read the operating instructions carefully and save the manual for future reference. Failure to follow safety instructions can be life threatening. Observe the safety rules in force in the country (e.g., professional societies, social masses, labor protection authorities and other institutions). The use of the device is allowed only to persons who have been instructed on how to use the device and who are directly entrusted with the work with the cleaner. The instruction manual should be accessible to every user. Minors are not allowed to work with a high-pressure cleaner. Do not make any changes to the design of the device! This may adversely affect your safety. High-pressure cleaner is designed for cleaning vehicles, machinery, containers, facades, livestock buildings, as well as dust-free and spark-free rust removal. Using the device for other purposes is not permitted, as this may cause accidents to damage the device. Do not make any changes to the design of the device. this may also cause an accident or damage to the device. High-pressure hoses, fittings and connections are important elements for ensuring reliable operation of the device. Only install high-pressure hoses, fittings, connections and other accessories approved by STIHL for this device, or parts similar from a technological point of view. For all questions, contact a specialized sales agent. Use only high quality accessories. Otherwise, there is a danger of accidents or damage to the device. STIHL recommends using original STIHL accessories, as their properties are optimally coordinated with the product and user requirements. Using unsuitable extension cables can be life threatening. When using extension cables, pay attention to the minimum cross-section of individual wires (see "Electrical connection of the device"). If an extension cable is used, the plug and connections must be waterproof or laid so that they cannot come into contact with water. The device should only be put into operation if none of the parts is damaged. Pay attention to the connecting cable, mains plugs, high-pressure hose, spray gun and safety devices. Be careful not to damage the high-pressure hose as a result of moving through it, or as a result of stretching, bending, or twisting. 3

4 Do not pull on the high-pressure hose to move it. Never work with a damaged high-pressure hose; replace immediately! The high pressure hose must be approved for the permissible operating pressure of the device. Permissible operating pressure, permissible maximum temperature and manufacturing date are printed on the jacket of the high pressure hose. The valve indicates the permissible pressure and date of manufacture. Unsuitable cleaning agents may damage health, may damage the device and the item being cleaned. For all questions, contact a specialized sales agent. STIHL recommends brand cleaning products for the use of products (see the catalog of cleaning products). STIHL. Follow the instructions for Cleaning agents. May contain hazardous substances (poisonous, corrosive, irritating), as well as flammable, highly flammable substances. Follow the safety instructions in the manufacturer’s instructions! Clothing and equipment Wear shoes with ribbed soles. Wear safety glasses and safety shoes. STIHL recommends a work suit to avoid the risk of injury due to unintentional contact with high-pressure jets. Transportation of the device For reliable transportation of the device on or inside vehicles, secure the device securely with bandage tapes to prevent slipping and tipping over. If the device and accessories are transported at a temperature near or below 0 ° C, then we recommend the use of antifreeze agents, see the chapter “Storage of the device”. During operation. Check the reliability of the high-pressure cleaner, especially the high-pressure hose, spray device and safety devices. Pay attention to the corresponding chapter in the instruction manual: The voltage and frequency of the device (see the nameplate with the rating data) must match the voltage and frequency of the power supply. Spray device and high-pressure hose must be in perfect condition (clean, easily movable), proper installation. Do not make any changes to the controls or safety devices. Handles must be clean and dry, free of oil and dirt for safe handling. The high-pressure cleaner should only be operated in perfect condition. Danger of an accident! 4

5 Do not connect the high-pressure cleaner directly to the drinking water supply network. Only connect the high-pressure cleaner to the drinking water supply network together with the backflow shut-off device (special accessories). To protect against electric shock: Only plug the device into a properly installed power outlet. Use an extension cable appropriate for the application. The insulation of the connecting and extension cables must be in perfect condition. During operation, never spray electrical devices with water! Danger of short circuit! The device itself, as well as eclectic devices and installations, should never be sprayed with a high-pressure jet and a jet from a water hose. Danger of short circuit! The attendant should not direct a stream of liquid at himself or at another person, and also should not wash clothes or shoes with a stream of water. Danger of injury! Do not use the device if people without protective clothing are on the job site. Do not aim high-pressure jets at animals. Children, animals and unauthorized persons (spectators) should not be near the device. When cleaning, do not expose any hazardous substances (for example, asbestos, oil) to the environment that could escape from the object being cleaned during operation. Be sure to follow the relevant environmental regulations! Do not spray with asbestos cement with a high-pressure or steam jet. Along with dirt, dangerous asbestos fibers penetrating into the lungs can be separated. Particular danger exists after the drying of surfaces treated with a high-pressure jet and / or steam. If the connection cable is damaged, immediately pull out the connection cable plug. Danger to life due to electric shock! Sensitive parts made of rubber, fabric, etc. Do not clean with a round high-pressure jet, for example, using a rotating nozzle. When cleaning, keep a sufficient distance between the high-pressure nozzle and the surface to be cleaned, in order to avoid damage to the surface to be cleaned. The lever of the spray gun should be easy to move and after releasing it should independently return to its original position. Before starting work, check that the condition of the cleaner is in accordance with the relevant regulations. Pay particular attention to the condition of the connecting cable, plug, high-pressure hose, spray device and safety devices. 5

6 Work only while standing. Do not cover the device while it is operating, and ensure that the engine is adequately ventilated. Install a high-pressure cleaner as long as possible from the object being cleaned. Make sure that the connecting cable is not damaged due to moving through it, or as a result of crushing, breaking, etc. Do not pull the plug of the connecting cable out of the socket by the cable; grasp the plug itself! Grasp the plug and connection cable with dry hands only. Unwind the cable drum completely to avoid the risk of fire due to overheating. Hold the spray device firmly with both hands to reliably perceive the recoil force and torque that occurs additionally with sprayers with a curved steel tube. Always maintain a stable position during operation. Safety device Inadmissible high pressure when the safety device is triggered, is diverted through the bypass valve back to the suction side of the high pressure pump. The safety device is factory set and must not be reset. Maintenance and repair Before carrying out any work on the cleaner: pull the plug of the connecting cable out of the socket. Clean the cleaner regularly. Only those maintenance and repair work described in this instruction manual is allowed. All other work must be carried out by a specialist sales agent. STIHL recommends that STIHL sales agents be entrusted with the maintenance and repair work. They regularly take refresher courses and have technical information at their disposal. Use only high quality spare parts. Otherwise, there is a danger of accidents and damage to the device. For all questions, contact a specialist sales agent. STIHL recommends the use of genuine STIHL spare parts. Their properties are optimally coordinated with the product and the user’s requirement. The connecting cable must only be connected and / or repaired by an authorized electrician in order to avoid hazards. Complete set of the device Before the first commissioning, various accessories must be mounted on the device. RE 108, 118 Mounting the handle 1- Place the handle on top of the telescopic rails and secure with both 2- screws and nuts. 6

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7 Mounting the suspension for the high pressure hose 1- The suspension for the high pressure hose is removed from the bottom and fastened with both 2 screws. RE 128 PLUS Secure the crank handle to the hose reel. All versions 1- Turn the connecting pipe for water supply by hand and tighten to the full. Height-adjustable knob To change the height, press 1 button and 2- pull the handle all the way up. Lower the button and pull / slide the handle again until the telescopic tires lock. Assembling and disassembling the steel pipe and spray gun 1- Insert the steel pipe into the 2- spray gun. Turn the steel pipe 900 and lock. 7

Stihl Re 98 Not Turning On

8 3- Slide the nozzle into the steel tube until the 4-lock is fully fixed, while the lock button will pop out again. The adjustable high-pressure nozzle has a rotation lock, centered on a groove on a steel tube. To remove the nozzle, press the lock and pull out the nozzle. Mounting and dismounting the high-pressure hose Devices without a hose reel on the RE 108 device. Insert the high-pressure hose into the 2-connection pipe of the device. Tighten the union nut firmly by hand. RE 128 PLUS In devices with a hose reel, a high-pressure hose is already mounted. Before dismantling, pull out the 1- spring plug and the 2- high-pressure hose, pull it out of the connecting pipe. Insert a 3-high-pressure hose on the spray gun into the 4-spray gun and secure. Remove the spray gun by unscrewing the 5-lock lever. When using an extension high-pressure hose, the maximum length must not exceed 10 m. 8

9 Electrical connection of the device The mains voltage and the operating voltage must match. The device must be connected to the power source through a circuit breaker for protection against damage currents, which interrupts the current supply if the leakage current to the ground exceeds 30mA for 30ms. Insert the plug of the connecting cable into the mounted power socket. The mains connection must comply with IEC 60364 and the regulations in force in the country. For extension cables, pay attention to the minimum cable cross-section. Extension cables must be laid so that the protection class of the device is maintained. Cable length Cross section 220 V 240 V: Up to 20 m 1.5 mm2 20 to 50 m 2.5 mm2 100 V 110 V: Up to 10 m 2.0 mm2 10 to 30 m 3.5 mm2 Water supply connection Hose for Before connecting the water supply, rinse it briefly with water so that sand and other parts of the dirt cannot get into the device. Connect the hose (diameter ½ ”, minimum length 10 m, to absorb pressure pulses, maximum length 25 m.) When connecting to the drinking water supply network, a device must be installed between the water tap and the hose to prevent backflow. Observe local water supply companies for obstruction of the return flow of water from a high-pressure purifier to the drinking water supply network. 1- slide the coupling onto the 2- hose connection. Open the water tap. Water can be supplied to the device from water bodies, tanks, tanks, etc. See “Connecting pressureless water supply”. 9

10 Non-pressurized water supply Connect the purifier to the pressurized water supply and commission for a short time in accordance with these operating instructions. Turn off the device. Remove the high pressure hose. Replace the water supply hose for the suction hose 9 with special accessories). It is imperative to attach the suction hose valve supplied as a special accessory. Serial taps are sealed current when operating in high pressure water mode and for this reason are not suitable for operation in suction mode. Fill the suction hose with water and immerse the suction bell of the suction hose in the water tank. Do not use contaminated water. Turn on the device. Wait until a uniform jet emerges from the high-pressure hose. Turn off the device. Connect the high pressure hose. Turn on the cleaner with the spray gun open. Use the spray gun briefly several times to fill the device with water as quickly as possible. Turning on the device Open the water tap. Only turn on the device with the water inlet hose connected and the water tap open. Otherwise, there may be a lack of water, which can lead to damage to the device. Before turning on the device, unroll the fully high-pressure hose. Turn the device switch to I. Point the spray gun at the object being cleaned, but in no case at the faces! Operation Point the spray device at the item to be cleaned. If equipped, keep the rotary nozzle pointing down when starting up. 1- Press the locking lever down, the spray gun unlocks. 2- Press the lever fully. 10

11 The engine turns off when the lever is released. Standby mode (Stanby) Turn on the device for a maximum of 5 minutes in standby mode (Stanby). If the device is not used for more than 5 minutes, then turn off the device. Hose Do not bend high-pressure hose or loop. Do not place any heavy objects on the high-pressure hose or drive the hose over the vehicle. Nozzles 1- Nozzle with adjustable working pressure. Flat-blast nozzle, jet angle 150, maximum effect at a distance of about 7 cm. To adjust the working pressure, rotate the adjusting sleeve. 2- Rotating nozzle Rotating jet nozzle for persistent solidified dirt on hard planes. The maximum effect is at a distance of about 10 cm. The spray device can also be operated without a low-pressure nozzle, for example, for flushing with large quantities of water. Storage of accessories The spray gun, steel tube, nozzles, bottle of cleaning agent and cleaning needle can be stored directly on the device. see “Main nodes”. Mixing cleaning agents Cleaning agents should not dry on the item being cleaned. 1- Slide the steel tube into the 2- spray gun. Turn the steel pipe 900 and lock. 3- Mount the spray kit on a 1- steel pipe. The adjustable high-pressure nozzle has a rotation lock, centered on a groove on a steel tube. eleven

12 Fill the spray kit container with STIHL brand cleaner diluted in the prescribed ratio (approx. 5 liters). 4. Adjust the amount of cleaning agent to be mixed. Spray cleaning agent from top to bottom. The maximum effect is achieved at the level of 1 meter. Turn off the device. Turn the switch to 0. Close the water tap. Operate the spray gun until water drops out of the spray head (the device is in a pressureless state). Release the lever. Press the locking lever of the spray gun upwards, the spray gun locks. This prevents unintentional start-up. Pull the plug of the connecting cable out of the socket. Disconnect the water supply hose from the device. After use. Spray tube locking device and. Rinse the high-pressure nozzle with water so that no deposits can form. Wrap the high-pressure hose and connecting pipe over the suspensions provided for this, see “Main components”. Storage of the device Store the cleaner in a dry, frost-protected room. If frost protection is not provided: Feed glycol-based anti-frost agent to the pump as for vehicles: Immerse the water inlet hose in a container with anti-frost agent. Immerse the spray gun in the same container without the spray tube. 12

13 Turn on the device with the spray gun open. Operate the spray gun until a uniform jet protrudes from it. The remnants of the anti-frost agent should be stored in a closed container. Special accessories Instructions for use and restriction of use Extending the jet tube In principle, in addition to the serial jet tube, only one extension of the jet tube is permitted. Thus, only two spray tubes can be mounted at a time. When using an extension jet pipe, the following accessories must not be mounted: RA 101 rotating washing brush. Spray pipe, angled corner nozzle (from the cleaning kit) RA 101 RA 101 only use one spray pipe, never use an extension jet pipe. Liquid sandblasting device It is recommended that the liquid sandblasting device be connected directly to the spray gun. Pipe cleaning kit, 15 m At the end of the cleaning hose there is a marking (see arrow). Push the hose into the pipe to be cleaned before marking, only then turn on the device. If marking is visible when pulling out the hose: Turn off the device. Operate the spray gun until the device is pressure-free. Pull the hose completely out of the pipe. Never pull out the cleaning hose from the pipe when the device is turned on. thirteen

14 Extension high pressure hoses Always use only one extension high pressure hose. The extension hose cannot be wound around the hose reel on plus models. Extension high-pressure hose Textile fabric, 7 m, connection between the device and high-pressure hose (RE 108 only). Extension high-pressure hose Metal fabric, 7 m, connection between the high-pressure hose and the spray gun. Extension high-pressure hose Metal fabric, 10 m, connection between the high-pressure hose and the spray gun. Rotating washing brush. Use the rotating washing brush with only one spray tube; never use an extension jet pipe. Angled Inkjet Tube Use an angled inkjet pipe with only one inkjet pipe; never use an extension jet pipe. The nozzle can be cleaned using the supplied cleaning needle. Long jet pipe, angled bend Attach a long jet pipe at an angle directly on the spray gun; never use a spray tube. Do not point the long jet pipe bent at an angle beyond the corners where it could not be seen. The nozzle can be cleaned using the supplied cleaning needle. Water filter For cleaning water from the water supply network, as well as in non-pressure mode of operation. Return flow protection device Type VA according to EN 1717 For connecting a high-pressure cleaner to the drinking water supply network. Other special accessories flat washing brush set for cleaning pipes suction set 14

15 Maintenance Before performing maintenance or cleaning work, be sure to pull out the plug of the connecting cable. To ensure trouble-free operation, we recommend that you carry out the following operations each time you use the device: Flush the water hose, high-pressure hose, steel pipe and accessories before installation. Clean couplings of sand and dust. Rinse the foam device after use with water. Cleaning a high-pressure nozzle A clogged nozzle results in too high a pressure in the pump, so the nozzle must be cleaned immediately :. Turn off the device and remove the nozzle. Clean the nozzle with a suitable needle. Clean the nozzle with a needle only if the spray tube has been removed! Rinse the nozzle in front with water. Cleaning the strainers in the water supply system Clean the strainers monthly or more often, depending on need. 1- unscrew the hose connection. 2- carefully pull out the strainer with tongs and rinse. Before new use, check that the strainer is in good condition. Cleaning the ventilation openings Keep the device in frequency so that cooling air can enter and exit through the openings on the device. Lubricating the quick coupler The quick coupler on the spray gun to attach the high pressure hose, grease, if necessary, with grease. fifteen

16 Commissioning after long-term storage During long-term storage of the device, lime may build up in the pump. As a result of this, the engine does not work or stops working at all. Remove lime deposits in pipelines. Connect the device to the water supply and rinse thoroughly with water. At the same time, do not insert the plug of the connecting cable into a power outlet. Insert the plug of the connecting cable into a power outlet. Turn on the device, spray gun must be open. Minimizing wear and avoiding damage Observance of the data specified in this instruction manual reduces extreme wear and the risk of damage to the device. Use, maintenance and storage must be carried out very carefully, as described in this instruction manual. The user is liable for damage resulting from non-compliance with safety, operating and maintenance instructions. This is especially true in the following cases: introduction of changes to the device design not permitted by STIHL; the use of unacceptable and unsuitable parts for the device, as well as low quality parts; misuse of the device; use of the device for sports or competitions; damage due to further operation of the device with defective parts; damage caused by frost; damage due to improper supply voltage; Damage due to poor water supply (e.g. insufficient cross-section of the supply hose). Maintenance work All work described in the chapter “Maintenance and care” must be carried out regularly. If these works cannot be performed by the user, then their execution should be entrusted to a specialized sales agent authorized by STIHL. STIHL recommends that only a specialized STIHL dealer be required to carry out maintenance and repair work. Specialist sellers undergo regular training courses and are provided with technical documentation. If this work is skipped or improperly performed, damage may occur, the responsibility of which is the user. This includes: damage to device components due to untimely or inadequate maintenance; corrosion or other defects due to improper storage; damage to the device due to the use of low quality spare parts. 16

17 Wearing parts Some parts of a motor device, even when used correctly, are subject to normal wear and must be replaced in a timely manner, depending on the type and duration of use. These include: high-pressure nozzles, high-pressure hoses. Main components Spray head Lever Safety element Lock lever High-pressure hose Spray tube High-pressure nozzle, adjustable Rotating nozzle 17

18 Spray kit Handle Mounting a flat washing brush Attaching an inkjet pipe Attaching a high-pressure hose Hose reel Crank handle of a hose reel Attaching a cleaning needle Device switch Push button for height adjustment Attaching a connection pipe Shutter for storage box Water connection Handle Handle Hose holder Spray holder nozzle holder Technical data RE 108 RE 118 RE 128 PLUS Voltage 230V 230V 230V Hour ota 50 Hz 50 Hz 50 Hz Operating pressure 110 bar 125 bar 135 bar Max. permissible pressure 120 bar 140 bar 150 bar Max. recoil force 16 N 18 N 19 N. Maximum 440 l / h 500 l / h 500 l / h. to EN l / h 400 l / h 420 l / h Max. suction lift 1.0 m 1.0 m 1.0 m Max. water supply pressure 10 bar 10 bar 10 bar 600 C 200 C 600 C 200 C Water consumption Max. water flow temperature :. in water pressure mode 400 C. in suction mode 200 C High-pressure hose 8 m, textile fabric 8 m, reinforced metal fabric 9 m, reinforced metal fabric Power 1.7 kW 2.1 kW 2.3 kW Fuse 10 A 10 A 10 A Protection class III Type of protection IP X5 IP X5 IP X5 Length, about 360 mm 360 mm 319 mm 18

19 Width, about 340 mm 340 mm 366 mm Height, about 610 mm / 870 mm 640 mm / 900 mm 696 mm / 900 mm Weight, about 15 kg 17 kg 17 kg Sound pressure level according to EN (at a distance of 1 m) 71, 3 db (a) 68.7 db (a) 69.9 db (a) SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Dear customer, thank you for choosing a product from our company. We inform you that

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