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PDF Content Summary: ORIGINAL INSTRUCTION MANUAL Hover Mower S1836EH S1733EH MEH1735AE Important - Please read these instructions fully before starting assembly These instructions contain important information that will help you get the best from your mower, ensuring it is assembled AFTER 0345 SALES 605 SUPPORT 2068 correctly and safely. If you need help or have damaged or missing parts, call the Customer Helpline on 0345 605 2068 AFTER 2SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 SPEAR & JACKSON SINCE 1760 For more than 250 years gardeners have enjoyed high quality performance and great results using Spear & Jackson tools. Our garden power tools combine continuous innovation and the latest in manufacturing technologies with a proud heritage. Each product is carefully designed with performance,comfort and durability firmly in mind,which has earned Spear & Jackson an enviable reputation as a maker of tools to trust. 3 YEARS GUARANTEE As a testament to the quality of our products, we offer a 3 year manufacturers warranty and a comprehensive after sales service. The warranty covers manufacturing faults, however in the event that the item has been deliberately damaged, used in a commercial environment or disassembled then the warranty will be null and void. Please retain proof of purchase. 7 DAYS A WEEK TECHNICAL SUPPORT We want you to get the best out of your products. Our easy-to-read instruction manual guides you with best practice use and maintenance tips. Please call 0345 605 2068 for technical support, we can solve around 80% of questions directly over the phone. We hope you enjoy your product and we look forward to any feedback, as this allows us to develop even better products for the future. CONTENTS Safety Information ..................................................................................................................... 4 Intended Purpose ............................................................................................................................. 4 Warning Symbols ............................................................................................................................... 4 Work Area Safety ............................................................................................................................... 5 Electrical Safety ................................................................................................................................. 6 Power Tool Use and Care .................................................................................................................. 7 Personal Safety .................................................................................................................................. 7 Operating Safety ................................................................................................................................ 9 Maintenance and Storage Safety .................................................................................................... 13 Intended Use .................................................................................................................................... 13 In the Box ........................................................................................................................................ 14 Parts .................................................................................................................................................14 Assemble ................................................................................................................................... 17 Prepare ...................................................................................................................................... 18 Operate ...................................................................................................................................... 19 Maintenance ............................................................................................................................. 22 Technical Data .......................................................................................................................... 24 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................ 25 Warranty .................................................................................................................................... 26 AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 3 SAFETY INFORMATION INTENDED PURPOSE The following warning symbols appear throughout this assembly manual and indicate the appropriate safety measures you should take when assembly and operating the hover. WARNING SYMBOLS Before to paragraphin manual. the corresponding any use, the refer present This a indicates a Ignoring can for To fire, always recommendations indicated. safety warning limit yourself or lead symbol, electrocution apply the comment, this to a or risk precaution, or an warning a before the for accident danger. of others. injury, There objects out by is the could a risk shredder. be that thrown some Keep before product any period. bystanders leaving unattended the away. for Double insulation. Keep cord means. away supply form flexible cutting Guaranteed level value in sound 96 dB. power Wear hearing protection Wear eye protection Wear protective gloves The with European an of directives conformity evaluation product the applicable was directives complies for method done. these and Do operate rain not or wet expose the conditions. product and to Remove the cable mains is damaged the immediately plug from or cut. if Waste should of Please facilities with 4AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 electrical household recycle not exist. be disposed where products waste. SAFETY INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY shall appliance. user be supervision. made maintenance not play by Cleaning children with the shall and without not • Don’t without instruction use reading the sheet. appliance the • Children supervised they appliance. do not should to play ensure be with the that WORK AREA SAFETY • Inspect the and which the hidden the IMPORTANT! • Keep in reference. a safe this place instruction for future manual • Read carefully. controls of the the equipment. and Be instructions familiar the proper with use the • people these use regulations age Never this of instructions allow the unfamiliar Hover. operator. can children Local restrict with to or the • Never people, or in or for occurring their mind pets user accidents property. use is are that especially responsible to the nearby. the other or machine operator hazards children, people Keep while or machine machine. motor remove can while the and be area all is operating If thrown remove to objects objects where be used by them. are stop • This used from and physical, mental lack knowledge been instruction of way hazards the persons of and appliance 8 by given appliance years experience capabilities involved. children understand sensory concerning supervision if and with they can in aged above or reduced Children have and a or be safe the use or • Do in such flammable or sparks dust explosive dust. not or as which operate fumes. Power in the liquids, atmospheres, may presence tools the gases ignite machine create of the • Keep bystanders operating Distractions to lose children control. a away power can and cause while tool. you AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 5

AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 6 SAFETY INFORMATION GENERAL SAFETY ELECTRICAL SAFETY • The plug must match the outlet. Never modify the plug in any way. Do not use any adapter plugs with earthed (grounded) power shall not play with the appliance. Cleaning and user maintenance tools. Unmodified plugs and matching outlets will reduce the risk of electric shock. • Avoid body contact with earthed or grounded surfaces, such as pipes, radiators, ranges and refrigerators. There is an increased risk of electric shock if your body is earthed or grounded. • Do not expose power tools to rain or wet conditions. Water entering a power tool will increase the risk of electric shock. • Do not abuse the cord. Never use the cord for carrying, pulling or unplugging the power tool. Keep the cord away from heat, oil, sharp edges or moving parts. Damaged or entangled cords increase the risk of electric shock. • When operating a power tool outdoors, use an extension cord suitable for outdoor use. Use of a cord suitable for outdoor use reduces the risk of electric shock. • If operating a power tool in a damp location is unavoidable, use a residual current device (RCD) protected supply. Use of an RCD reduces the risk of electric shock. The maximum operating current of the RCD must be less than 30mA. • The voltage indicated on the rating plate must correspond to the voltage of the power source. • Only use or replace power supply cables for this unit which correspond to the types indicated by the manufacturer. See the operating instructions for the order no. and types. • Never touch the mains plug with wet hands. • Do not run over, crush or pull the power supply cable or extension lead, otherwise it may be damaged. Protect the cable from heat, oil and sharp edges. SAFETY INFORMATION • The extension lead must have a cross section in accordance with the operating instructions and be protected against splashed water. The connection must not be in water. POWER TOOL USE AND CARE • Do not force the power tool. Use the correct power tool for your application. The correct power tool will do the job better and more safely when operated at the rate for which it was designed. • Do not use the power tool if the switch does not turn it on and off. Any power tool that cannot be controlled with the switch is dangerous and must be repaired. • Store idle power tools out of the reach of children and do not allow persons unfamiliar with the power tool or these instructions to operate the power tool. Power tools are dangerous in the hands of untrained users. • Maintain power tools. Check for misalignment or binding of moving parts, breakage of parts and any other condition that may affect the power tool’s operation. If damaged, have the power tool repaired before use. Many accidents are caused by poorly maintained power tools. • Keep cutting tools sharp and clean. Properly maintained cutting tools with sharp cutting edges are less likely to bind and are easier to control. • Use the power tool, accessories and tool bits etc. in accordance with these instructions, taking into account the working conditions and the work to be performed. Use of the power tool for operations different from those intended could result in a hazardous situation. AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 7

AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 8• Stay alert, watch what you are doing and use common sense when operating the machine. Do not use the machine while you are tired or under the influence of drugs, alcohol or medication. • Use personal protective equipment such as dusk masks and non-skid safety shoes. Always wear eye protection. • Prevent unintentional starting. Ensure the switch is in the off -position before connecting to power source, picking up or carrying the tool. • Do not carry the machine with your finger on the switch . • Remove any adjusting key or wrench before turning the machine on. A wrench or a key left attached to a rotating part of the machine may result in personal injury. • Do not overreach. Keep proper footing and balance at all times. • Dress properly. Do not wear loose clothing or jewellery. Keep your hair, clothing and SAFETY INFORMATION PERSONAL SAFETY gloves away from moving parts. Loose clothes, jewellery or long hair can be caught in moving parts. • If devices are provided for the connection of dust extraction and collection facilities, ensure these are connected and properly used. Use of dust collection can reduce dust-related hazards. • Warning! Switch off, remove plug from mains before adjusting, cleaning or if cable is cut, damaged or entangled. • The blades continue to rotate for a few seconds after the machine is switched off. • The operating voltage is 220-240V~, 50Hz. If you want to use an extension cable should not be lighter than: - if rubber insulated, or ordinary tough rubber sheathed flexible cord -if polyvinyl chloride insulated, ordinar polyvinyl chloride sheathed flexible cord (code designation H05 VVF) and the following cable dimensions should be used: SAFETY INFORMATION • • • 2.5 1.0mm2: 1.5 mm2: mm2: max. max. max. length length length 100m 40m 60m Note: is and the of accordance safety used your plug connected If regulations. supply it an to must extension the with network be earth through prescribed earthed cable cable in • If qualified the in after doubt sales electrician contact support. a or call • WARNING! extension dangerous. plug watertight intended and for socket cables construction Inadequate Extension outdoor must can use. be cable, be and of • It increased use Device current 30mA. RCD is recommended a every Residual Always (RCD) of not electrical time with more check Current you a for safety than tripping use your it. to AFTER SALES HELPLINE 03456 052 068 OPERATING SAFETY TRAINING • Read the instructions carefully. Be familiar with the controls and the proper use of the machine. • Never allow people unfamiliar with these instructions or children to use the product. Local regulations can restrict the age of the operator. • Never use the machine while people, especially children, or pets are nearby. Keep in mind that the operator or user is responsible for accidents or hazards occurring to other people or their property. PREPARATION • While operating the machine always wear substantial footwear and long trousers. Do not operate the machine when barefoot or wearing open sandals. Avoid wearing clothing that is loose fitting or that has hanging cords or ties. • Thoroughly inspect the area where the machine is to be used and remove all objects which can be thrown by the machine. AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 9

AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 10SAFETY INFORMATION • Before using, always visually inspect to see that the blade, blade bolt and the blade assembly are not worn or damaged. Replace worn or damaged components in sets to preserve balance. Replace damaged or unreadable labels. • Before use check the supply and extension cord for signs of damage or aging. If the cord becomes damaged during use, disconnect the cord from the supply immediately. OPERATION • Operate the machine only in daylight or in good artificial light. Do not expose the product to rain or wet conditions. Avoid using the product in bad weather conditions especially when there is a risk of lightning. • Never operate the machine with defective guards or shields, or without safety devices, for example deflectors and/or grass collector, in place. • Do not put hands or feet near or under rotating parts. Keep clear of the discharge opening at all times. • Before use check the controls and correct operation of the product. • Before using the product or after any impact, check for signs of wear or damage and repair as necessary. • Always disconnect the product from the power supply (i.e. remove the plug from the power supply) – Whenever leaving the product unattended; – Before clearing a blockage; – Before checking, cleaning or working on the product – After striking a foreign object; – Whenever the product starts vibrating abnormally. • Always ensure that the air vents are kept clear of debris. • Never use replacement parts or accessories not provided or recommended by the manufacturer. • Position the cord so that it will not be caught by the cutting attachment during operation. • Disconnect from the power supply when the cord SAFETY INFORMATION becomes damaged or tangled. • Do not use the product if the cord is damaged or worn. • Warning! The cutting blade may continue to move after the product is switched off. • Keep the extension cord away from the blades at all times. • Always be sure of your footing on slopes. • Walk, never run. • Mow across the face of slopes, never up and down. • Exercise extreme caution when changing direction on slopes. • Do not mow excessively steep slopes. • Use extreme caution when reversing or pulling the machine towards you. • Stop the blade(s) if the machine has to be tilted for transportation when crossing surfaces other than grass, and when transporting the machine to and from the area to be used. • Never operate the machine with defective guards or shields, or without safety devices, for example deflectors and/or grass collector, in place. • Switch on the motor carefully according to instructions and with feet well away from the blade(s). • Do not tilt the machine when switching on the motor, except if the machine has to be tilted for starting. In this case, do not tilt it more than absolutely necessary and lift only the part, which is away from the operator. • Do not start the machine when standing in front of the discharge opening. • Do not transport the machine while the cutting blade is running. Make sure that all moving parts have come to a complete stop. • Whenever you leave the machine, • Before clearing blockages or unclogging chute, • Before checking, cleaning or working on the machine, • After striking a foreign object. Inspect the machine for damage and make repairs before restarting and operating the machine. AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 11

AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 12• If the machine starts to vibrate abnormally (check immediately), • inspect for damage, • replace or repair any damaged parts, • check for and tighten any loose parts. EMERGENCY • WARNING! Familiarize yourself with the use of this machine by means of this instruction manual. Memorise the safety directions and follow them to the letter. This will help to prevent risks and hazards. • Always be alert when using the machine, so that you can recognize and handle risks early. Fast intervention can prevent serious injury and damage to property. • Switch off and disconnect from the power supply if there is any malfunction. Have the machine checked by a qualified specialist and repaired, if necessary before you put it into operation again. RESIDUAL RISKS • WARNING! Even if you are operating the machine in accordance with all SAFETY INFORMATION safety requirements, potential risks of injury and damage remain. The following dangers can arise in connection with the structure and design of this machine: • Health defects resulting from vibration emission if the machine is being used over long periods of time or not adequately managed and properly maintained. • Injuries and damage to property due to broken application tools or sudden impact of hidden objects during use. • WARNING! This machine produces an electromagnetic field during operation! This field may under some circumstances interfere with active or passive medical implants! To reduce the risk of serious or fatal injury, we recommend persons with medical implants to consult their doctor and medical implant manufacturer before operating this product!

SAFETY INFORMATION MAINTENANCE AND STORAGE SAFETY • screws machine condition. Keep all tight nuts, is in to safe bolts be working sure and the • frequently deterioration. Check the for grass wear collector or • On blades, one blades machines blade to take rotate. can care with cause as multi rotating other • adjustment to of moving parts Be the prevent careful of fingers blades the during entrapment of machine. between the and machine fixed INTENDED USE • cool Always down allow before the machine storing. to • be though is can When switched aware still servicing the be that, moved. power off, even the the source blades blades • parts genuine and Replace accessories. for replacement worn safety. or Use damaged only parts SERVICE • by agent. is accordance Have manufactured an your authorized This machine machine with service in the repaired relevant To equipment be technicians. avoid repaired safety danger, must by regulations. qualified only • made manufacturer. so injury. Only can use for result parts this machine and in Failure personal ccessories by to the do This domestic Hover use is designed only: for • This for and mowing hobby electric gardens. lawns Hover in is domestic intended • This in may or pasture leaves. wet unusually product not weather grass be used high is or not conditions for grass, to to shredding mow be e. used wet and g. • This private not use. any those the from not machine for included purposes product It its described. must any domestic intended commercial not that in is other these. intended be use use Any deviates used than only, and use trade for for is of AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 13

AFTER IN THE BOX PARTS 7367416 (S1836EH ) 1 Switch box 2 on/off switch lever 3 Upper handle 4 Quick release lever 5 Lower handle 9101116 14SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 6 Grass box 7 Safety lock-off button 8 Cable strain relief hook 9 Cable clamp 178 34251213146 10 Spanner 11 Grassbox lid 12 Deck 13 Screw*2 14 Mulch mode selection switch(on the box) 15 Spacer*3 (one piece is pre-assembled) 16 Wheel 15

IN THE BOX PARTS 7454154 (S1733EH) 1 Switch box 2 On/off switch lever 3 Upper handle 4 Quick release lever 5 Lower handle 9101615 6 Grass box 7 Safety lock-off button 8 Cable strain relief hook 11 178 342513126 9 Cable clamp 10 Spanner 11 Grassbox lid 12 Deck 13 Screw*2 AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 15 14 Spacer*3 (one piece is pre- assembled) 15 Mulch plug 16 Wheel 14

AFTER IN THE BOX PARTS 7498103 (MEH1735AE) 1 Switch box 2 on/off switch lever 3 Upper handle 4 Quick release lever 5 Lower handle 91011 16SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 switch(on the box) 15 switchSpacer*3 (one piece is pre- assembled) 16 Detachable cable 17 Wheel 13 10 6 Grass box Spanner 7 Safety lock-off 11 Grassbox lid button 12 Deck 8 Cable strain relief hook 13 Screw*2 9 Cable clamp 14 mulch mode exchange 18 2716 3456 121415 17

1ASSEMBLY 234 Unpacking i. Unpack all parts and lay them on a flat, stable surface. ii. Remove all packing materials and shipping devices if applicable. iii. Make sure the delivery contents are complete and free of any damage. If you find that parts are missing or show damage do not use the product but contact the aftersales helpline within 28 days of purchase. Using an incomplete or damaged product represents a hazard to people and property. iv. Ensure that you have all the accessories and tools needed for assembly and operation. This also includes suitable personal protective equipment. Fix the Lower handle Fully insert the lower handle into the slot on the deck. Fasten in position with the 2 screws provided. Fix the upper handle Attach the upper handle to the lower handle tubes using bolts and wingknobs. Once fitted correctly the upper handles should still move up and down. this freedom of movement allows the hover mower to float correctly on the uneven surfaces of a lawn. Do not over tighten these wingknobs. The spanner could be easily fixed on the machine like below way Fix the cable Ensure that the cables clied are used to fix the cable to the handle. AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 17

AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 185PREPARE Connection to the power supply i. Hook the mains cable through the cable strain-release to reduce the strain on the cable fitting as you mow. ii. Connect the plug to the main socket. Setting the cutting height Remove the blade bolt, add the spacer to your suitable cut- ting height. Cutting position Cutting height 1 (Non-spacer) 33mm 2 (1 spacer, pre-assemble) 26mm 3 (2 Spacers) 19mm 4 (3 spacers) 12mm

OPERATE Mowing tips i. Verify that the lawn is free of stones, sticks, wires ,and other objects that could damage the hover. ii. When cutting thick grass, reduce walking speed in order to allow for a more effective cut and a proper discharge of the clippings. iii. Never cut off more than one-third of the total length of the grass for a healthy lawn. If it is roughly 6cm long, the grass should not be shorter than 4cm once mowed. If the grass is higher, you should gradually cut it down to the desired length so as not to damage the grass. iv. Do not cut wet grass because it tends to stick to the un- derbody of the hover, preventing the proper discharge of grass clippings. Blade Maintenance Always switch the product off, disconnect it from power sup- ply and let the product cool down before performing inspection, maintenance and clean- ing work! Removing the blade and fan. USE GLOVES. • To remove the blade bolt 18, hold the blade 19 firmly and with the spanner 10 provided loosen the blade bolt 18 . • Remove the blade bolt 18 , blade 19 , spacer 20 and impeller 21 . • Inspect for damage and clean as necessary. Renew your metal blade after 50 hours mowing or 2 years whichever is the sooner-regardless of condition. If the blade is cracked or damaged replace it with a new one. Never use a blade bolt if the insulated head is damaged cracked or missing. Fitting the blade and impeller. USE GLOVES. • Ensure the impeller 21 is located correctly. • Place the spacers 20 onto the fan ensuring the pegs have located into the holes • Ensure the pegs have located into the holes on the blade and that the blade is positioned as illustrated in figure 6. • Place the blade bolt 18 through the centre hole of the blade. • Tighten down clockwise by hand. • Hold the blade 19 firmly and tighten the blade bolt with the spanner provided. AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 19 33 mm 26 mm 12 mm 19 2119 mm 18 20

AFTER OPERATE IMPORTANT! Ensure the power cord is disconnected from the mains supply and wait until the cutting head has stopped rotating before adjusting the cutting height. • There are 4 different cutting heights. Figure 7 shows the lowest cutting height, 3 spacers. Figure 8 shows the highest cutting height, no spacers. Adding spacers reduces the cutting height, removing spacers increases cutting height • Disconnect from the main electricity supply and wait until impeller 21 and the blade bolt 18 have stopped rotating. • Turn your product upside down. • To remove the blade 19 and adjust the number of spac- ers 20, use the spanner 10 to remove blade bolt 18. The spacers 20 and blade 19 can now be removed and the number of spacers adjusted. • Spacers that are not being used can be stored on the spanner to prevent loss. • Refit the blade as described in Blade Maintenance. When removing a spacer from its storage location on the spanner, gently twist it as you remove it. When you replace a spacer back to this location just push it firmly into position. 20SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 1919 1818 2121 2020

OPERATE Switching on i. Press the button (1). ii. Pull the switch bar (2) towards the handle and hold in posi- tion. 1 Switching off Release the switch bar. Mowing direction To avoid cutting the mains cable and to collect grass clippings correctly please mow away from the plug socket following the arrows and avoid twisting the power cord. AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 21 2 IO

OPERATE Mulching operation (S1836EH MEH1735AE) Rotate the Mulch Mode Switch,anti-clockwise to select mulch mode and clockwise to return to collect mode. Mulch mode Standard collection mode Mulching operation(S1733EH) Lift up the grass box lid 1 and fit the mulch plug 2 over the grass inlet chute, then put grass lid back in place 3 . 3 1 Emptying the Grassbox(S1733EH) • Stop the product and wait until the blade has stopped rotating before emptying the grassbox • Lift up the grassbox lid 7 . • Lift the grassbox 6 off the product and empty. Failure to fit the grassbox and lid correctly will cause poor collectiong of grass cilppings. AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 22 7 2 6 2

MAINTENANCE WARNING! Always switch the product off, disconnect it from the power supply and let the product cool down before performing inspection, maintenance and cleaning work! i. Keep the underbody and cutting blade clean and free of debris. Remove clippings from the discharge chute. ii. Check all nuts and bolts periodically for tightness before operation. After prolonged use, especially in sandy soil conditions, the cutting blade will become worn and lose some of its original shape. The cutting efficiency will be reduced and the cutting blade should be replaced. iii. Lubricate the cutting blade after each use to prolong the life span of the cutting blade and product. Apply light machine oil along the edge of the cutting blade. Repair This product does not contain any parts that can be repaired by the consumer. Contact an authorised service centre or a similarly qualified person to have it checked and repaired. Storage Switch the product off and disconnect from power supply. Clean the product as described above. To reduce storage space, the upper handle can be folded down, unscrew the wing nuts by approximately 6 revolutions. AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 23 AFTER MAINTENANCE Transportation i. Switch the product off and disconnect from power supply. ii. Protect the product from any heavy impact or strong vibrations which may occur during transportation in vehicles. iii. Secure the product to prevent it from slipping or falling over. Recycling and disposal • The product comes in a package that protects it against damage during shipping. Keep the packaging until you are sure that all parts have been delivered and the product is functioning properly. Recycle the packaging afterwards. • Old products are potentially recyclable and do not, therefore, belong in your household rubbish. You are requested to assist us and our contribution to saving resources and protecting the environment by handing in this product at an equipped collection centre (if there is one available). 24SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 TECHNICAL DATA Model 7367416(S1836EH) 7454154(S1733EH) 7498103(MEH1735AE) Voltage 220-240V~ 50Hz 240V~50Hz 220-240V~ 50Hz Power Input 1800W 1700W 1700W Cutting Speed 4200/min Cutting Width 36cm 33cm 35cm Cutting height adjustment 12,19,26,33mm 4 Levels Volume of Grass collector 26L 20L 26L LPA Sound emssion level 76dB(A) K=3dB(A) LWA Sound Power level 96dB(A) Vibration ≤2,5m/s2 ≤2,5m/s2 ≤2,5m/s2 Protection Class II PARTS 7498103 (MEH1735AE) Part numbe: 7367416 (SJ1836EH) ACCESSORIES 111019107 Blade 111229110 Wing knobs 111019106 Blade Spacer Part numbe: 7454154 (S1733EH) ACCESSORIES 111049104 Blade 111229110 Wing knobs 111019106 Blade Spacer Part numbe: 7498103 (MEH1735AE) ACCESSORIES 111019107 Blade 111229110 Wing knobs 111019106 Blade Spacer AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 25 AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 26TECHNICAL DATA The sound values have been determined according to noise test code given in EN 60335-2-77, using the basic standards EN ISO 11201 and EN ISO 3744. The sound intensity level for the operator may exceed 80 dB(A) and ear protection measures are necessary. The declared vibration value has been measured in accordance with a standard test method (according to EN 60335-2-77) and may be used for comparing one product with another. The declared vibration value may also be used in a preliminary assessment of exposure. WARNING! Depending on the actual use of the product the vibration values can differ from the declared total! Adopt proper measures to protect yourself against vibration exposures! Take the whole work process including times the product is running under no load or switched off into consideration! Proper measures include among others regular maintenance and care of the product and cutting attachments, keeping hands warm, periodical breaks and proper planning of work processes! TROUBLESHOOTING Suspected malfunctions are often due to causes that the user can fix themselves. Therefore, check the product using this section. In most cases the problem can be solved quickly. WARNING! Only perform the steps described within these instructions! All further inspection, maintenance and repair work must be performed by an authorised service centre or a similarly qualified specialist if you cannot solve the problem yourself! Gloves and appropriate protective clothing must be worn when performing these instructions. Fault Possible Cause Solution Hover does not start No power at mains socket Check the fuse, switch, socket, cable, wire and have any repairs carried out by a qualified electrician. Defective on/off switch Repair by a qualified technician Defective motor required. Poor floatation Impeller is blocked by grass Disconnect from mains and clean the deck and the impeller Poor collection Cut height too low Raise the cutting height. Grassbox fitted incorrectly Fit the grassbox correctly. Mowing in side to side movements The Hover collects at the rear as users walk forward in straight lines. Excessive vibration Blade damaged Replace blade. Blade fitted incorrectly Fit the blade correctly. AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 27 AFTER SALES HELPLINE 0345 605 2068 28WARRANTY If your device develops a fault, please don’t hesitate to contact our customer service department on 0345 605 2068, the majority of problems can be solved directly on the phone. 1. These warranty terms cover additional warranty rights and do not affect your statutory warranty rights. This product is covered by a 3 year manufacturer warranty. 2. Claims must be accompanied by proof of purchase. This must be in the form of a Sales receipt or bank statement and must show that the product has been purchased within the warranty period as described under point 1, from the retailer that it was originally bought from. Please keep your receipt safe or staple it to the back of this manual for future reference. 3. Our devices have not been designed for commercial, trade or industrial applications, any signs of use of the equipment in these application or equivalent activities, invalidates the warranty. 4. The following are also excluded from our warranty: A. Faults due to accidents, customer misuse or unauthorized repairs B. Consumable Parts such as blades, wheels, and other accessories that are compatible with the product. C. Failure due to lack of routine maintenance. D. Failure as a result of not using the equipment in accordance with the manual and safety instructions. Warranty claims should be submitted before the end of the warranty period, see point 1. The original warranty period remains applicable to the device even if repairs are carried out or parts are replaced. In such cases, the work performed or parts fitted will not result in an extension of the warranty period, and no new warranty will become active for the work performed or parts fitted. If you have any problems or questions concerning your garden power tool, please contact our after sales service at 0345 605 2068.


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