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120V Edger: Assembly

FAQ

How do I run the battery cable out of the backpack for a 120V Cordless Edger?

  1. To route the battery-to-tool cable out of the backpack, insert the black plug end of the cable through the battery-cable port in the bottom back of the backpack.
  2. Route the interior cable up the inside of the pack and secure with the hook-and-loop fabric closure.
  3. Use the right side port and hook and loop if you are right handed or use the left side port and hook and loop if you are left handed.
  4. On the exterior of the pack, route the cable through the hook-and-loop closure flap along the hip belt. The red plug end fits into the tool plug receptacle and can be secured on the backpack's red magnetic cradle when not in use.
 

Which end of the shaft goes into the powerhead of the 120V Cordless Edger?

Labels are placed on the shaft near the attachment end of the edger. When the shaft is positioned correctly during operation, the labels will be readable to the operator. The alignment retaining screw hole will only align when the correct shaft end is inserted into the powerhead.
 

Do I need to remove the black tube that comes in the powerhead on the 120V Cordless Edger

The black plastic tube that connects the boxed powerhead to the edger’s control handle should be removed before assembly. It is only to maintain spacing and protect the powerhead and control handle during shipping and transport. 
 

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