THE CHARGER BRACKET (FIGURE 4)
1. If you intend to mount the
charger bracket on a wall,
follow the instructions
2. Use the hardware
provided (Figure 1D) only
if hanging on conventional
hollow wall construction
such as drywall over studs.
If not, use the appropriate
fasteners for the particular
3. Use the charger bracket
Chargingport and pin
to mark the locations of
the holes required.
sure to mount the bracket
high enough so that the
trimmer can hang freely
from it; about 4 feet (1.2m)
from the floor and close
enough to an electrical
outlet to plug-in charging
4. a) Conventional
hollow wall: Drill a .250 in. (6mm) diameter
hole at each marked location. Insert the plastic anchors supplied
into the holes and insert one of the screws into each anchor.
4. b) Alternative wall materials:
Insert fasteners as appropriate
making sure screw heads are small enough to fit through bracket.
5. Tighten the screws until the heads are above the walt just
enough so that the charger bracket will fit between the wall and
the screw head.
6. Place the charger bracket on the wall (hook end up) and make
sure that the power cord is positioned in the side slot. Press the
charger bracket over the screw heads and slide it down until it
sits firmly on the screws.
7. Firmly tighten both screws.
LED INDICATOR LIGHT
The unit is equipped with a red LED charging indicator light, located
on the upper left side of the unit (Figure 1). The indicator light will
come on when the unit is properly connected to the charging base
and the power plug is inserted into the electrical outlet. The light will
remain on, so long as the unit is properly connected to the powered
charging base. It is recommended
to store the unit on the charger
during the growing season, with the charger plugged in, to have the
battery charged for the next use.
TO CHARGE YOUR BATTERY, FOLLOW THE STEPS BELOW
1. Install the trimmer onto the charger bracket by positioning the
handle cavity, shown in Figure 4 over the hook of the charger
2. Rotate the trimmer down, keeping the hook engaged with the
handle cavity, and position the charge port over the bracket's
charge pin (Figure 4).
3. Plug the charger into any standard 120 volt, 60Hz outlet.
Charging wilt be automatically controlled until you remove the
trimmer from the bracket.
4. It is recommended
that the trimmer be left on charge, during the
growing season. For winter or other extended periods of
storage, it is recommended
that the unit be fully charged prior to
ALWAYS WEAR EYE PROTECTION.
Inspect area to be trimmed and remove any wire,
cord, or string-like objects which could become entangled in the
rotating line or spool. Be particularly careful to avoid any wire which
might be bent outwardly into the path of the tool, such as barbs at the
base of a chain link fence.