A S S E M B L Y P L A N T I N G S T A R T I N G Simple Steps To Get Your Up and Growing Quick Start Guide N. American Model #s: 100710-BLK; 100710-WHT; 100710-SLR Input Voltage: 115V, 60Hz, 1.5A Classic EU &...
6. Never operate AeroGarden if it has a damaged cord or plug, if it is not working properly, if it has been dropped and dam- aged, or if it has been dropped in water. If any of these conditions occur/exist, contact www.aerogardensupport.com or your country’s local distributor for instructions.
Quick Start Assembly Unpack Your AeroGarden Lamp Hood (front view) Bowl Base (front view) Grow Bulbs (2) Insert Grow Bulbs into Lamp Hood Lamp Hood (bottom view) Push straight in. DO NOT TWIST BULBS! remember to replace Grow Bulbs every 6 months.
Lamp Arm Center hands over Lamp Arm and push Lamp Hood down until you hear a “click.” Moving Your AeroGarden Use one hand to grasp Lamp Arm. Gently slide AeroGarden toward the surface edge and place other hand under Base.
Place Your Garden Under: A space that allows 22” (56cm) clearance for the full height of raised lamp On: A sturdy, water- tolerant surface (Metal surfaces may cause noise due to vibration) Near: A standard electrical outlet, per local regulations Away From Reach of children and pets Direct sources of heat (e.g., stove, furnace vents)
Planting Your Garden Add Water Using a Spouted Container Fill to “Fill To Here” (located inside the Bowl) When additional water is needed, “Water Level Low” light on Control Panel will blink. Add water to raise level up to “Fill To Here” inside Bowl. It is okay to add water up to “Fill To Here”...
Grow Surface. Add Starting Nutrient Tablets and Record Planting Date Record Planting Date Record the date you planted your AeroGarden on the front cover of the Guide that came with your Seed/Plant Kit Add 2 tablets from “Starting Nutrients”...
Starting Your Garden Plug Cord into Electrical Outlet What will happen... A green light on the Smart Garden Control Panel will light up. Grow Bulbs will come on. Look under Lamp Hood to see if both bulbs are lit. If not, check to see if: •...
• Your lights will stay on for about 16 hours and will shut off for about 8 hours. • Your lights will come on every day at the time you plugged in your AeroGarden. note: depending on the plant type selected, your AeroGarden pump will automatically turn on and off at pre-programmed intervals.
The exceptions to this are Flower, Tomato & Pepper plants. They require a daily dark period in order to produce flowers. If your plants will receive any room light during the day (natural or artificial), we recommend that you set your AeroGarden lights to be on during the day.
Basic Reminders About Your AeroGarden AeroGarden Classic control Panel Features • Water Level Low When light blinks add water up to “Fill to Here.” • Lights On/Off Use to occasionally override built-in light timer. Once pushed, lights will stay off/on until the next time built-in light timer is set to go on/off.
It is important to keep track of how long your Grow Bulbs have been in use and replace them every 6 months. After 6 months of use, the quality of light from the Grow Bulbs in your AeroGarden begins to degrade. This happens with all full-spectrum fluorescent bulbs, and is a critical issue when growing plants.
Prepare For Your Next Garden cleaning and Storage Instructions for your AeroGarden When your garden has completed its growing cycle… Unplug AeroGarden. Carefully remove Bowl and Grow Surface from the Base and bring to a sink. Set Base and Lamp Hood aside.
If this is the FIRST garden planted in your AeroGarden, you may DISREGARD these instructions. If you have already grown a garden in your AeroGarden, please follow the instructions below to reset the nutrient timer: Before planting a new garden, be sure to restart the nutrient timer.
U.S. CAUTION – You are cautioned that any changes or modifications not expressly approved in this manual could void your authority to operate this equipment. noTe: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.