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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
DS600
IFYOUSHOULDEXPERIENCE A PROBLEM
WITH YOURBLACK& DECKER PRODUCT,
CALL1-800-S4-HOW-TO (544-6986).
BEFORE YOU CALL, HAVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION
AVAILABLE,
CATALOG NO., TYPE NO., AND DATE CODE.
IN MOST CASES, A BLACK & DECKER REPRESENTATIVE
CAN RESOLVE
YOUR PROBLEM OVER THE PHONE. IF YOU HAVE A SUGGESTION OR
COMMENT,
GIVE US A CALL. YOUR FEEDBACK IS VITAL TO BLACK & DECKER.
KEY INFORMATION YOU SHOULD KNOW:
• Charger
may
hum;
tool
or charger
may
become
warm
while
charging,
Charge
batteries
before
initial
use,
• Press lock-off
button
before
pulling
trigger,
SAVETHIS MANUAL FOR FUTUREREFERERENCE.
Cat No. DSG00
Form No. 243163-00
Rev. 3
(DEC. '02)
Copyright © 2002 Black & Decker
Printed In China
NOTE: Refer to battery
and/or
charger
manual
for battery
and charger
safety and usage information.
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/_ WARNING:
When
using shrubbers,
basic safety precautions
should
always
be followed
to reduce
risk of
fire, electric shock,
and personal
injury,
including
the following.
Z_ WARNING:
This product
contains
chemicals,
including
lead, known
to the State of California
to cause
cancer,
and birth defects or other
reproductive
harm.
Wash hands
after handling.
Z_ WARNING:
Some dust created
by this product
contains
chemicals
known
to the State of California
to
cause cancer,
birth
defects
or other
reproductive
harm.
Some examples
of these
chemicals
are:
• compounds
in fertilizers
• compounds
in insecticides,
herbicides
and pesticides
• arsenic
and chromium
from chemically
treated
lumber
To reduce your
exposure
to these chemicals,
wear approved
safety equipment
such as dust masks that are
specially
designed
to filter
out microscopic
particles.
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CAUTION:
Wear
appropriate
personal
hearing
protection
during
use.
Under
some conditions
and
duration
of use, noise from this product
may contribute
to hearing
loss.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS
TO REDUCE RISK OF INJURY:
Before any use, be sure everyone
using this shrubber
reads and understands
all safety instructions
and other
information
contained
in this manual.
Save these instructions
and review frequently
prior to use and in instructing
others.
AVOID
DANGEROUS
ENVIRONMENT.
Don't use appliances
in damp
or wet locations.
Don't use appliances
in the rain.
KEEP CHILDREN
AWAY. All visitors
should
be kept at a distance
from work
area.
STORE IDLE SHRUBBER INDOORS.
When
not in use, shrubber
should
be stored
indoors
in dry, and high or
locked-up
place - out of reach of children.
DON'T
FORCE SHRUBBER -
It will do the job better and with
less likelihood
of a risk of injury
at the rate for
which
it was designed.
USE SHRUBBER PROPERLY. Use only for trimming
the type of shrub,
growth,
etc., described
in the operating
instructions.
Do not abuse shrubber.
USE RIGHT APPLIANCE.
Do not use the appliance
for any job except
that for which
it is intended.
KEEP HANDS
AND
ALL PARTS OF BODY AWAY from blade.
The edges are sharp and can cause injury
even
when
the appliance
is OFE
BEFORE TRIMMING,
inspect areas for wires,
cords, glass or other foreign
objects which
could come in
contact with the blade.
DRESS PROPERLY. Do not wear
loose clothing
or jewelry.
They can be caught
in moving
parts.
Rubber
gloves and substantial,
non-skid
footwear
are recommended
when working
outdoors.
Wear
protective
hair
covering
to contain
long hair.
DON'T
OVERREACH.
Keep proper
footing
and balance
at all times.
USE SAFETY GLASSES AND
OTHER SAFETY EQUIPMENT.
Use safety goggles
or safety glasses with
side
shields, complying
with applicable
safety standards
and, when
needed,
a face shield. Also use face or dust
mask if operation
is dusty. This applies
to all persons
in the work
area.
Also use a hard hat, hearing
protection,
gloves,
safety shoes and dust collection
systems when specified
or required.
Safety glasses or the
like are available
at extra cost at your
local dealer
or Black & Decker Service Center.
MAINTAIN
SHRUBBER WITH CARE. Keep cutting
edges sharp and clean for best performance
and to
reduce the risk of injury.
Follow
instructions
for proper
maintenance.
Inspect extension
cord periodically
and
replace
if damaged.
Keep handles
dry, clean, and free from oil and grease.
AVOID
UNINTENTIONAL
STARTING.
Don't carry
plugged-in
appliance
with finger
on switch.
Be sure switch
is off when plugging
in.
• DO NOT attempt
to remove
cut material
nor hold material
to be cut when blades
are moving.
Make
sure
trimmer
switch
is off when clearing
jammed
material
from blades.
CHECK DAMAGED
PARTS. Before further
use of the appliance,
a guard
or other
part that is damaged
should
be carefully
checked
to determine
that it will operate
properly
and perform
its intended
function.
Check for alignment
of moving
parts,
binding
of moving
parts, breakage
of parts, mounting,
and any other
condition
that may affect
its operation.
A guard
or other part that is damaged
should
be properly
repaired
or replaced
by an Authorized
Service Center
unless otherwise
indicated
elsewhere
in this manual.
STAY ALERT. Watch
what you are doing.
Use common
sense. Do not operate
appliance
when you are tired.
REPAIRS AND SERVICE. Repairs,
maintenance
and any adjustments
not specified
in this manual
should
be
performed
by Black & Decker Authorized
Service Centers or other qualified
service organizations,
always
using identical
replacement
parts.
USE OF ACCESSORIES
AND
ATTACHMENTS.
The use of any accessory
or attachment
not recommended
for
use with this appliance
could
be hazardous.
• DON'T
GRASP THE EXPOSED CUTTING
BLADES or cutting
edges when picking
up or holding
the appliance.
DO NOT OPERATE gardening
appliances
in gaseous
or explosive
atmospheres.
Motors
in these appliances
normally
spark,
and the sparks
might
ignite fumes.
EXTENSION
CORDS. Make
sure your extension
cord is in good
condition.
When
using an extension
cord,
be sure to use one heavy enough
to carry
the current
your product
will draw.
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Minimum
Gage for Cord Sets
Volts
Total Length of Cord in Feet
120V
0-25
26-50
51-100
101-150
240V
0-50
51-100
101-200
201-300
Ampere
Rating
More Not more
AWG
Than
Than
0
-
6
18
16
16
14
8
10
18
16
14
12
0
12
16
16
14
12
12 -
16
14
12
Not Recommended
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CAUTION: DO NOT use the shrubber with any type of accessory or attachment. Such usage might be
hazardous.
WARNING:
GUARD AGAINST INJURY, OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING:
READ INSTRUCTION MANUAL BEFORE USING, SAVE INSTRUCTION MANUAL
KEEPHANDS AWAY FROM BLADES.
KEEPHANDS ON HANDLE. DON'T OVERREACH.
CAUTION - BLADE COASTS AFTER TURN OFE
DO NOT USE UNDER WET CONDITIONS.
1.
Keep hands away
from
blades.
2.
Do not charge
the appliance
in rain,
or in wet locations.
3.
Do not use battery
operated
appliance
in rain.
WHEN
USING YOUR CHARGER:
The shrubber
and its charger
are specifically
designed
to work
together.
DO NOT
attempt
to charge
the
shrubber
with
any other type of charger.
DO NOT
attempt
to charge
any other type of cordless
tool with
the shrubber
charger.
DO NOT charge
shrubber
when
temperature
is below
+40 ° or above
+120 °. This is very
important!
DO NOT ABUSE THE CORD.
Never carry
charger
or shrubber
by the cord
or yank
it to
disconnect
the charger
from a receptacle.
Keep cord
away
from heat, oil, and sharp edges.
DO NOT operate
a damaged
charger.
Have damaged
cords
or plugs replaced
immediately.
Never expose
charger
to weather;
use indoors
only.
The charger
is designed
to operate
on standard
household
electrical
power
(120 volts).
Do not attempt
to use it on any other voltage!
PREPARING
TO OPERATE:
THE BATTERY IN YOUR NEW GRASS SHRUBBER IS NOT FULLY CHARGED!
First, read the Safety Rules. Then follow
the "Important
Charging
Notes"
and "Charge
the Battery"
sections.
IMPORTANT
CHARGING
NOTES
1.
Longest
life and best performance
can be obtained
if the batteries
are charged
at normal
room
temperatures.
2.
While
charging,
the charger
will
normally
become
warm
to the touch.
3.
If the batteries
do not charge
properly
:
a.
Check house current
at receptacle
by plugging
in a lamp or other
appliance.
b.
Check to see if receptacle
is connected
to a light switch
which
turns power
off when you turn out the
lights.
c.
If house current
is okay
and you do not get proper
charging,
contact
your
nearest
Black & Decker
Service
Center.
4.
The shrubber
should
be recharged
when
it fails to produce
sufficient
power
on jobs
which
were done
easily
previously.
Do not continue
to use the unit under
these conditions.
Repeat the charging
procedure.
5.
Unplug your
shrubber's
charger
from the power
supply
before disconnecting
the charger
from the
shrubber
(Fig.l).
Unplug
charger
before
attempting
to clean.
6.
Battery
life is dependent
on usage, storage
temperature
and time. Replacement
battery
packs are
available
and should
only be replaced
by Black & Decker Service
Centers or Authorized
Service
Centers.
CHARGE THE BATTERY (Fig. 1)
1.
Attach
charger
cord to shrubber.
2.
Plug charger
into any
120-Volt
receptacle.
Your shrubber
is now on charge.
z_ CAUTION:
This Charger
can be used only with
60 cycle, 115-120
AC voltage.
3.
Recharging
the shrubber
will require
on the average
about
16 hours for it to reach full
capacity.
The shrubber
will
not overcharge
and can be left on charge
indefinitely
throughout
the cutting
season.
One 7-hour
charge
will restore
about
1/2
the battery
capacity.
A 4-hour
charge
will give about
8-10
minutes of operation.
Continuous
charging
may slightly
shorten
overall
battery
life, but will not
diminish
the running
time per charge.
SAVE THESEINSTRUCTIONS
SWITCH
A SWITCH
LOCKING
BUTTON
is provided
on the top of the handle
as a safety feature.
Please note the
following
very carefully.
1.
Disconnect
charger
before
attempting
to turn switch
"ON".
2.
TO TURN TOOL "ON"
(Fig. 2) slide the locking
button
"A"
FORWARD
with your
thumb,
and hold
it
FORWARD
momentarily,
while
you squeeze
the trigger
switch
"B'.
The trigger
has been designed
so
that it is very easy to hold
in the "ON"
position.
3.
TO TURN TOOL "OFF",
merely
release
the trigger.
TRIMMING
INSTRUCTIONS
(FIGURES 3 & 4 )
SAFETY - Be sure to carefully
read and follow
the safety
rules shown
in this manual.
WORKING
POSITION
- Maintain
proper
footing
and balance
and do not overreach.
Wear
safety
goggles,
non-skid
footwear
and gloves
when trimming.
Hold the appliance
firmly
and turn the appliance
ON.
Always
hold the shrubber
as shown
in these illustrations.
TRIMMING
NEW GROWTH
(Fig.3)
- A wide,
sweeping
motion,
feeding
the blade
teeth through
the
twigs
is most effective.
A slight downward
tilt of the blade,
in the direction
of motion
gives the best
cutting.
One sweep
will usually
cut all twigs
in the blade's
path.
TRIMMING
HEAVIER GROWTH
(Fig. 4) - To cut older growth,
with thicker
twigs, use a little extra
pressure
as you feed the blade
through
the growth.
This clears the blade
faster and helps to feed the thicker
twigs
into the blade
teeth. Slowly feed the shrubber
through
heavy branches
using only a portion
of the
cutting
edges. Should
the shrubber
stall on these heavy pieces, stop immediately
and release the switch.
_CAUTION:
Do not use the shrubber
for cutting
stems greater
than
5/16"
(7.9mm).
Use the
shrubber
only for cutting
normal
shrubbery
found
around
houses
and
buildings,
LUBRICATION
No periodic
relubrication
of the bearings
or mechanism
is required.
CLEANING
PLASTIC PARTS
Use only warm
water
and mild soap to clean the plastic parts. Many
household
cleaners
contain
chemicals
which
could seriously
damage
the plastic.
Never
use gasoline,
turpentine,
lacquer
or paint thinner,
dry
cleaning
fluids,
or similar
products.
STORAGE
The best storage
place is one that is cool and dry. Store the tool away
from direct
sunlight,
heating
pipes and
ducts, furnaces,
etc. The best storage
temperature
is about
+50°E
Do not store where
temperatures
go below

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