ORIGINAL INSTRUCTIONS
Cordless Lawn
Mower
RLM36X50HP
RLM36B50HP
Important!
It is essential that you read the instructions in this manual before assembling,
operating, and maintaining the product.
Subject to technical modification.
Safety, performance, and dependability have
been given top priority in the design of your
cordless lawn mower.
INTENDED USE
The cordless lawn mower is only intended for
use outdoors.
The product is designed for domestic lawn
mowing. The cutting blade should rotate
approximately parallel to the ground over
which it is being wheeled. All four wheels
should touch the ground while mowing. It is
a pedestrian-controlled walk-behind mower
designed to be pushed by hand.
The product should never be operated with
the wheels off the ground; it should not be
pulled or ridden on. It should not be used to
cut anything other than domestic grass lawns.
Do not use the product for any other purpose.
GENERAL SAFETY WARNINGS
WARNING
When using the product, the safety rules
must be followed. For your own safety
and that of bystanders, please read these
instructions before operating the product.
Please keep the instructions safe for later
use.
WARNING
The product should only be operated with
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When using battery operated product,
basic safety precautions should always be
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batteries and personal injury.
PERSONAL SAFETY
Ŷ The product is capable of amputating
hands and feet, and of throwing objects.
Failure to observe all safety instructions
could result in serious injury or death.
Ŷ Be familiar with the controls and the correct
use of the product.
Ŷ Never allow children or people with reduced
physical, sensory or mental capabilities or
persons not familiar with these instructions
to operate, clean or maintain the product.
Local regulations may restrict the age of the
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operator. Children should be adequately
supervised to ensure they do not play with
the product.
Stay alert, watch what you are doing,
and use common sense when operating
the product. Do not operate the product
while tired or under the influence of
drugs, alcohol, or medication. A lapse in
concentration while operating the product
may result in serious personal injury.
Wear heavy, long trousers, long sleeves,
and sturdy anti-slip footwear. Do not wear
short trousers, sandals, or go barefoot.
Avoid wearing clothing that is loose fitting
or that has hanging cords or ties.
Always wear safety glasses with side
shields.
Always be sure of your footing especially
on slopes. Keep firm footing and balance.
Walk, never run.
Use the product across the face of slopes,
never up and down. Exercise extreme
caution when changing direction on slopes.
Do not use the product near drop-offs,
ditches, excessively steep slopes, or
embankments. Poor footing could cause a
slip and fall accident.
WORK AREA SAFETY
Ŷ Never use product while people, especially
children, or pets are within 15 m because
of the danger of objects being thrown by
contact with the blade.
Ŷ Objects struck by the lawn mower blade
can cause severe injuries to persons.
Thoroughly inspect the area where the
product is to be used and remove all rocks,
sticks, metal, wire, bones, toys, or other
foreign objects. Remember, string or wire
may entangle with the cutting means.
Ŷ Always use the product in the daylight or
with good artificial light.
Ŷ Do not operate the product in explosive
atmospheres, such as in the presence
of flammable liquids, gases or dust. The
product creates sparks which may ignite
the dust or fumes.
Ŷ Do not operate the product on wet grass or
in the rain.
Ŷ Do not use the product when there is a risk
of lightning.
Ŷ Keep in mind that the operator or user
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is responsible for accidents or hazards
occurring to other people or their property.
Ŷ Tragic accidents can occur if the operator
is not alert to the presence of children.
Children are often attracted to the product
and the mowing activity. Never assume
that children will remain where you last saw
them.
Ŷ Keep children out of the mowing area and
under the watchful care of a responsible
adult other than the operator, be alert and
turn the product off if a child enters the
area.
Ŷ Use extra care when approaching blind
corners, shrubs, trees, or other objects
including overhanging shrubs, which may
block your view.
BATTERY TOOLS USE AND CARE
Ŷ Read, understand, and always follow
the safety instructions which came with
your battery and charger. Failure to do
so may result in electric shock, fire or
other hazardous situations. Keep all the
instructions together in a safe place for
future reference.
Ŷ Battery-operated products do not have to be
plugged into an electrical outlet; therefore,
they are always in operating condition.
Remove the isolator key whenever you are
not operating the product.
Ŷ Remove the battery pack before making
any adjustments, cleaning, or removing
material from the product.
Ŷ Ensure the isolator key is removed before
inserting battery pack.
Ŷ A battery pack must be recharged only with
the charger specified by the manufacturer.
Using a charger with an incompatible
battery pack may create a risk of fire. Use
battery pack only with charger listed.
Ŷ Use only battery pack intended specifically
for the product. Use of any other battery
packs may result in a risk of fire, electric
shock, or injury to persons.
Ŷ When battery pack is not in use, keep it away
from other metal objects like, paper clips,
coins, keys, nails, screws, or other small
metal objects, that can make a connection
from one terminal to another. Shorting the
battery pack terminals together may cause
sparks, burns, fire or explosion.
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Ŷ Do not place battery products or their
batteries near fire or heat. This increases
the risk of explosion and possibly injury.
Ŷ Do not open or mutilate the battery pack.
Released electrolyte is corrosive and may
cause damage to the eyes or skin. It may
be toxic if swallowed.
Ŷ Protect the battery pack against moisture
and water. Do not charge the product in a
damp or wet location. Following this rule
will reduce the risk of electric shock.
Ŷ In case of damage and improper use of the
battery, vapour may be emitted. Provide
for fresh air and seek medical help in case
of complaints. The vapour can irritate the
respiratory system.
Ŷ Do not leave the battery pack inside a
vehicle in hot or cold conditions.
Ŷ Do not incinerate the battery.
Ŷ Under abusive conditions, liquid may be
ejected from the battery; avoid contact.
If contact accidentally occurs, flush with
water. If liquid contacts eyes, additionally
seek medical help. Liquid ejected from the
battery may cause irritation or burns.
LAWN MOWER SAFETY WARNINGS
Ŷ Before use, always visually inspect to
ensure blades, blade bolts, and cutter
assembly are not worn or damaged.
Ŷ Replace worn or damaged blades and
bolts in sets to preserve balance.
Ŷ The blade on the product is sharp. Use
extreme caution and wear heavy-duty
gloves when fitting, replacing, cleaning or
checking bolt security.
Ŷ Bring the product to an authorised service
centre to replace damaged or unreadable
labels.
Ŷ Check all nuts, bolts, and screws at
frequent intervals for proper tightness to
be sure that the product is in safe working
condition.
Ŷ Frequently check the grass catcher for
wear, holes or deterioration.
Ŷ Replace worn or damaged parts before
operating the product.
Ŷ The product must be started with the user
behind the handlebars in the operator
safety zone. Never start the product if:
Ɣ all four wheels are not on the ground
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Ɣ the grass discharge chute is exposed
and is not protected by the grass catcher
and grass discharge chute cover.
Ɣ hands and feet of all persons are not
clear of the cutting enclosure.
Never operate the product if the on/off
switch on the handlebar does not properly
start and stop the product.
Never attempt to lock the on/off switches in
the on position, this is extremely dangerous.
Do not force the product. It will do the job
better and safer at the speed for which it
was designed.
Stop the blade when crossing gravel
surfaces.
Do not pull the product backwards unless
absolutely necessary. If you must back the
product away from a wall or obstruction,
first look down and behind to avoid tripping
or pulling the product over your feet.
Stop the motor and allow the blade to
stop if the product has to be tilted for
transportation when crossing surfaces
other than grass, and when transporting
the product to and from the work area.
Never use the product with defective guards
or shields, or without safety devices, for
example, deflectors and/or grass catchers,
in place.
Do not tilt the product when switching on
the motor or while the motor is running. If
absolutely necessary, you may raise the
front of the lawn mower by no more than
5 cm to enable easier starting. Press down
on the handlebar to achieve this. Always
return the mower to its normal position with
all wheels on the ground before cutting.
Tilting the mower exposes the blade and
increases the probability of objects being
thrown and accidental contact with the
blade.
Switch on the motor carefully according to
instructions and keep hands and feet away
from blades. Do not put hands or feet near
or under rotating parts.
Never pick up or carry the product while it
is running.
Turn off the product and remove isolator
key. Make sure all moving parts have come
to a complete stop:
Ɣ before leaving the product unattended
(including disposal of grass clippings).
Ɣ before clearing blockages or unclogging
discharge chute
Ɣ before checking, cleaning, or working on
the product
Ɣ before removing the grass catcher or
opening the grass discharge chute cover
Ɣ after striking a foreign object (inspect
the product for damage and make
repairs as necessary before restarting
and operating the product)
Ɣ whenever the product starts to vibrate
abnormally (check immediately)
– inspect for damage, particularly the
blades
– replace or repair any damaged parts
– check for and tighten any loose parts
Ŷ Avoid holes, ruts, bumps, rocks, property
stakes, or other hidden objects. Uneven
terrain could cause a slip-and-fall accident.
Ŷ Always ensure the motor control cable
is never trapped, pinched or otherwise
damaged during assembly or when folding
the handle.
ADDITIONAL BATTERY SAFETY
WARNINGS
WARNING
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and product damage due to short circuit,
never immerse your tool, battery pack, or
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as seawater, certain industrial chemicals,
and bleach or bleach-containing products,
etc., can cause a short circuit.
PRODUCT FEATURES
OVERLOAD AND OVERHEAT PROTECTION
The product has an overload protection
device. When overloading is detected, the
product will automatically switch off. If the
overload protector is actuated, the on-off
button must be released. Press the on-off
button to restart the product.
The battery pack has overheat protection.
Excessive temperatures will cause the battery
to stop powering the product. Feel the battery
pack; if it is too warm, allow it to cool down
before resuming operation. If the product still
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does not work, recharge the battery.
NOTE: The battery pack LED indicator will
not work if the battery protection feature has
caused the battery pack to stop powering the
product. Release the on-off button or remove
the battery pack from the product and the
battery pack LED indicator will resume normal
function.
TELESCOPIC HANDLE
The product is equipped with a telescopic
handle that can be adjusted for storage and
operation. The telescopic handle must be fully
extended when setting up the product for use.
NOTE: The product will not function if the
telescopic handle is not fully extended and
the two latches are not in the correct position.
SELF-PROPEL PADDLES
WARNING
Never engage the blades when transporting
the product from one location to another.
Only engage the blades by pulling the
bale when you are ready to mow. Failure
to follow these instructions can result in
serious personal injury.
The product is equipped with self-propel
paddles that activates the self-propel feature.
The self-propel feature is engaged by pulling
one or both of the paddles upward. To
disengage the self-propel feature, release the
paddles.
NOTE: The self-propel paddles can be used
without engaging the blade when moving
the product to another location. Release the
paddles before attempting to re-engage the
blade.
CRUISE CONTROL
WARNING
Always adjust the cruise control before
engaging the blade. Adjusting the cruise
control while mowing may cause you to lose
control and could result in serious injury.
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WARNING
When using the self-propel feature, ensure
that the cruise control is set at a speed that
the user is comfortable with when walking
behind the product. The user may lose
control of the product if the cruise control is
set at a speed that is too fast for the user’s
walking pace. Release the self-propel
paddles and bale if you cannot keep up with
the product and adjust the cruise control as
needed. Failure to follow these instructions
can result in serious personal injury.
The cruise control feature can be used to
adjust the speed of the product to accomodate
the user’s pace when the self-propel feature
is engaged. The cruise control speed can be
adjusted by sliding the cruise control selector
on the handle.
LED HEADLIGHTS
The product is equipped with LED headlights
that illuminate the user’s path in low light
conditions. The LED headlights are located
on the front and will operate continuously
whenever the motor is running.
NOTE: The headlights will illuminate for 60
seconds if the bale is engaged and released,
if the start button is pressed, or if the selfpropel paddles are pulled.
CUTTING BLADES
The product is supplied with a catching blade
and a mulching blade that are designed to
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blade for mulching operation and use the
catching blade when the grass catcher is
attached to the product.
NOTE: Replace the catching blade with
the mulching blade accessory for mulching
operation. The mulching blade accessory is
shipped with the product.
GENERAL MOWING TIPS
The run time of the battery depends on the
condition, length, and density of the grass.
Adjust the cutting height of the lawn mower to
suit the current condition of the lawn.
Suggested height
adjustment
Grass
conditions
Succeeding
passes
First pass
Coverage
(maximum)
Very thin / Dry
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2
850 m2 *
Thin / Dry
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750 m2 *
Medium /
Dense
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650 m2 *
* battery: BPL3650D
Ŷ For best performance, always cut off onethird or less of the total height of the grass.
Ŷ When cutting long grass, reduce walking
speed to allow for more effective cutting
and a proper discharge of the clippings.
Ŷ Do not cut wet grass; it will stick to the
underside of the deck and prevent proper
collection or discharge of grass clippings.
Ŷ New or thick grass may require a higher
cutting height.
Ŷ If you wish to collect the grass cuttings for
disposal, remove the mulching plug and fit
the grass catcher making sure the top flap
is properly closed. Empty the grass catcher
regularly; otherwise, the discharge chute
will become blocked with grass cuttings.
Ŷ If you are making a light cut and wish for
the grass cuttings to remain on the lawn,
fit the mulching plug and close the top flap
to cover the discharge opening. It is not
necessary to fit the grass catcher in this
case.
Ŷ The product is designed to operate and cut
most effectively when moving forwards.
Ŷ A higher cutting height will extend the run
time of the battery.
TRANSPORTATION AND STORAGE
Ŷ Stop the product, remove the isolator key
and the battery. Make sure that all moving
parts have come to a complete stop. Allow
the product to cool down before storing or
transporting.
Ŷ Clean all foreign materials from the product.
Store the product in a cool, dry, and wellventilated place that is inaccessible to
children. Keep away from corrosive agents
such as garden chemicals and de-icing
salts. Do not store outdoors.
Ŷ For transportation in vehicles, remove
isolator key and secure the product against
movement or falling to prevent injury to
persons or damage to the product.
WARNING
Use extreme caution when lifting or tilting the
product for maintenance, cleaning, storage,
or transportation, the blade is sharp, keep
all body parts away from the blade while it
is exposed.
MAINTENANCE
WARNING
Use
only
original
manufacturer’s
replacement parts, accessories and
attachments. Failure to do so can
cause possible injury, contribute to poor
performance, and may void your warranty.
WARNING
Servicing requires extreme care and
knowledge and should be performed only by
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bring the product to an authorised service
centre for repair. When servicing, use only
original replacement parts.
Ŷ Stop the product, remove the isolator key
and the battery. Make sure that all moving
parts have come to a complete stop before
any cleaning or maintenance task.
Ŷ You may make adjustments and repairs
described here. For other repairs, contact
an authorised service centre.
Ŷ Replace worn or damaged part for safety.
Ŷ Check the grass catcher frequently for
wear or deterioration.
Ŷ After each use, clean the product with a
soft dry cloth. Any part that is damaged
should be properly repaired or replaced by
an authorised service centre.
Ŷ Check all nuts, bolts and screws at frequent
intervals for proper tightness to ensure the
product is in safe working condition.
Ŷ Be careful during adjustment of the product
to prevent entrapment of the fingers
between moving blades and fixed parts of
the product.
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Ŷ When servicing the blades, be aware that
even though the power source is switched
off, the blades can still be moved.
Ŷ The blade on the product is sharp. Use
extreme caution and wear heavy-duty
gloves when fitting, replacing, cleaning or
checking bolt security.
Ŷ Replace damaged blades and bolts in sets
to preserve balance.
Ŷ The blade bolts must be adequately
tightened. See the manufacturer’s
recommendations for blade bolt torque
which can be found in the product
specification table in this manual.
CLEARING BLOCKAGES
Ŷ Stop the product, remove the isolator key
and the battery. Make sure that all moving
parts have come to a complete stop.
Ŷ Always wear heavy-duty gloves when
checking or clearing a blockage.
Ŷ The blades are sharp and the blockage
itself could be a sharp object.
Ŷ Remove the grass catcher, check for and
carefully clear obstructions.
Ŷ Check the grass discharge chute for
blockages and carefully clear.
Ŷ Turn the product on its side, check its
underside, and the area around the
blade. If any blockages are found, remove
carefully. Remember the blade may move
during cleaning.
RESIDUAL RISKS
Even when the product is used as prescribed,
it is still impossible to completely eliminate
certain residual risk factors. The following
hazards may arise in use and the operator
should pay special attention to avoid the
following:
Ŷ injury caused by vibration
Ɣ Always use the right tool for the job. Use
designated handles and restrict working
time and exposure.
Ŷ injury caused by noise
Ɣ Exposure to noise can cause hearing
injury. Wear ear protection and limit
exposure.
Ŷ injury from contact with the blades
Ŷ injury caused by thrown objects
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RISK REDUCTION
It has been reported that vibrations from
handheld tools may contribute to a condition
called Raynaud’s Syndrome. Symptoms may
include tingling, numbness and blanching of
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to cold. Hereditary factors, exposure to cold
and dampness, diet, smoking and work
practices are all thought to contribute to the
development of these symptoms. There are
measures that can be taken by the operator to
possibly reduce the effects of vibration:
Ŷ Keep your body warm in cold weather.
When operating the product, wear gloves
to keep the hands and wrists warm. It is
reported that cold weather is a major factor
contributing to Raynaud’s Syndrome.
Ŷ After each period of operation, exercise to
increase blood circulation.
Ŷ Take frequent work breaks. Limit the
amount of exposure per day.
If you experience any of the symptoms of this
condition, immediately discontinue use and
see your physician.
WARNING
Injuries may be caused, or aggravated, by
prolonged use of a tool. When using any
tool for prolonged periods, ensure you take
regular breaks.
SYMBOLS ON THE PRODUCT
Read and understand all
instructions before operating
the product, follow all warnings
and safety instructions.
Wear ear protection.
Wear eye protection.
Do not operate on inclines
greater than 15°. Mow across
the face of slopes, never up
and down.
Do not expose to rain or damp
condition.
Beware of sharp blades.
Blades continue to rotate after
the motor is switched off –
Remove isolator key before
maintenance
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objects. Keep all bystanders,
especially children and pets,
at least 15 m away from the
operating area.
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Pull the bale toward the
handle.
Press and release the start
button.
Pull one or both of the
paddles to self-propel.
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation,
which, if not avoided, could result in death or
serious injury.
CAUTION
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation,
which, if not avoided, may result in minor or
moderate injury.
CAUTION
(Without Safety Alert Symbol) Indicates a
situation that may result in property damage.
SYMBOLS IN THIS MANUAL
Parts or accessories sold
separately
Note
Remove the battery pack
before starting any work on the
product.
Warning
Go
Stop
Please read the instructions
carefully before using the
product.
Waste electrical products
should not be disposed of
with household waste. Please
recycle where facilities exist.
Check with your local authority
or retailer for recycling advice.
Regulatory Compliance
Mark (RCM). Product
meets applicable regulatory
requirements.
The following signal words and meanings
are intended to explain the levels of risk
associated with this product:
DANGER
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation,
which, if not avoided, will result in death or
serious injury.
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UNPACKING
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KNOW YOUR PRODUCT
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Cruise control
Bale
Self-propel paddle
Start button
Motor control cable
Telescopic handle
Height adjustment lever
Battery door
Handle lock
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Grass catcher
Quick release fastener
Rear wheel
Front wheel
Isolator key
Mulching plug
Battery
Charger
LED headlights
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MAINTENANCE
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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS
Product name
Cordless lawn mower
Model
RLM36X50HP / RLM36B50HP
Rated voltage
DC 36V
Ingress protection
IPX1
Width of cut
49 cm
Height of cut
27~87 mm
No-load speed
2600/min
Self-propel speed
1.41 m/s~0.79 m/s
Weight (without battery)
25.7 kg
Grass catcher capacity
58 L
Blade bolt tightening
torque
35~40 Nm
BATTERY AND CHARGER
Model
RLM36X50HP
RLM36B50HP
BPL3650D
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Weight
1.44 kg
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Charger
BCL3650F
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Battery pack
Compatible
battery packs
Compatible
charger
BPL3626 / BPL3626D / BPL3640 / BPL3640D /
BPL3650D
BCL3620 / BCL3620S / BCL3650F
REPLACEMENT PART
Mulching blade
635373001
Catching blade
682162001
Imported by:
Techtronic Industries Australia Pty Ltd
31 Gilby Road, Mount Waverley, VIC 3149
Melbourne, Australia
Techtronic Industries N.Z. Limited
2 Landing Drive, Mangere
Auckland, 2022, New Zealand
960087205-01B
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