Black & Decker GRC750 User manual

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Rotary Lawnmower
On your purchase of your Black & Decker rotary
This user manual provides important operating and
maintenance instructions for all of the cordless rotary
mowers in the Black & Decker GRC450 and
GRC750 ranges.
User manual
Know your mower
Read all of this manual carefully, observing all
the recommended safety instructions before,
during and after using your mower, and
maintain your mower in good working order.
Familiarise yourself with the controls on your
mower before attempting to operate it, but
above all, be sure you know how to stop
your mower in an emergency.
Retain this user manual and all other
literature supplied with your mower for future
Safety instructions
• Never allow children or persons who are
unfamiliar with this type of mower to use
it, nor anyone who has not read this user
Do not allow children, animals or
other persons near your mower
6m / 20ft
when in use - always keep them
at least 6m (20ft) away from the
cutting area.
• Remember that the operator is
responsible for accidents or hazards
occurring to other people or their property.
To protect your feet, always wear stout
shoes or boots - freshly cut grass is
damp and slippery.
• Rubber or man-made footwear will
enhance your safety.
• Do not operate your mower barefoot or
in open sandals.
• Use protective equipment. Wear safety
spectacles or goggles whilst operating
your mower. Use ear protection if the
sound level seems uncomfortable when
using your mower.
Use a face mask if dusty.
Wear long trousers to protect your legs any debris left on the lawn or cutting path
may be picked up and ejected by the
Do not operate your mower in gaseous
explosive atmospheres.
Always be sure your mower is in a safe
operating condition.
Before using your mower, remove the
safety key and visually check that the
blade, blade nut and cutter assembly are
not worn or damaged. Damaged blades
and worn blade nuts must be replaced.
Also check that the blade nut is securely
Always check that your lawn or cutting
path is clear of all sticks, stones, wire
and other debris. Contact with such
debris may be dangerous or may
damage your mower and could be
thrown by the blade.
• When tilting the handle downwards (or to
the side) to start your mower, do not tilt it
more than is absolutely necessary.
Always ensure that both hands are in the
operating position and feet are well away
from the blades before returning your
mower to the ground.
Your mower will continue to run
for a short time after releasing
the switch lever. Always allow
your mower to stop on its own.
• Release the switch lever to turn your
mower off and remove the safety key:
• Whenever you leave your mower
• Before checking, cleaning, adjusting
or working on your mower.
• Before clearing a blockage.
• If your mower starts to vibrate
abnormally (check immediately).
• After striking a foreign object, inspect
your mower for damage and make
repairs as necessary.
• Avoid accidental starting. Ensure the
switch is off then inserting the safety
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Never run your mower whilst lying on its
side or attempt to stop the blade always allow it to stop on its own.
Do not put hands or feet near or under
rotating parts.
Keep clear of discharge openings at all
Start your mower carefully according to
the instructions and with your feet well
away from the blade.
Do not use your mower in the rain and
do not allow it to get wet. Avoid using
your mower in wet grass, if possible.
Use your mower only in daylight or good
artificial light.
Do not pull your mower towards you or
walk backwards when in operation.
Do not cross gravel paths or roads whilst
the blade is rotating.
Always be sure of your footing,
particularly on slopes.
Always cut across the face of slopes, never
up and down. Exercise extreme caution
when changing direction on slopes.
Do not cut excessively steep slopes and
always wear non-slip footwear.
Check the grassbox for wear or damage
and replace if necessary.
Walk, never run. Do not force your mower.
Never pick up or carry your mower while
the motor is running.
Ensure the blade has stopped rotating
and take extreme care before lifting your
mower for and during transportation.
Never operate your mower with defective
guards or shields.
When transporting your mower, always
remove the safety key, adjust the cut
height setting to a mid position and take
extreme care when lifting.
Maintenance and storage
• Store your mower in a dry place when
not in use, remove the safety key and
place out of the reach of children.
• Do not use solvents or cleaning fluids to
clean your mower - use a blunt scraper
to remove grass and dirt. Always remove
the safety key before cleaning.
• Do not charge or store your mower
• Do not operate your mower if any parts
are defective; discard all defective parts
and fit new parts before use.
Replace worn or damaged parts for
Keep all nuts, bolts and screws tight to
be sure your mower is in a safe working
Use only Black & Decker recommended
replacement parts and accessories.
Black & Decker’s policy is one of continuous
improvement to our products and, as such, we
reserve the right to change product specifications
without prior notice.
Features (Fig. A)
Your purchase of the Black & Decker
GRC450/GRC750 lawnmower gives you a
product combining quality with modern
design and the following features, to provide
safe, efficient and easy mowing.
• Cordless - there is no need for extension
cables while mowing.
• Gasless - there is no need for petrol and
oil to buy, mix, store or transport.
• Clean - there are no emissions, the
mower is environmentally friendly.
• Rechargeable battery - provides reliable
power that will cut approx. 450m2
(GRC450) or 750m2 (GRC750).
• Easy to start - starts first time every time.
• Specially designed switch box and
safety key (23) to prevent accidental
starting of the mower.
• Ergonomically designed upswept handle
for comfortable use and ease of pushing.
• A blade brake (autostop) for added
safety - stops the blade from rotating
within 3 seconds once the switchbox
lever is released.
• Large handle wing nuts for easy
assembly and storage.
• Three height of cut positions which
provides the flexibility to deal with most
grass conditions.
• The in line wheels allowing cutting right
up to the edge of the lawn.
• Large capacity grassbox (30 litres) for
longer cutting periods.
• Easy grassbox removal.
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Tough, durable plastic deck which will
not rust and contributes to low noise and
low vibration.
Powerful and efficient permanent magnet
motor which gives effective cutting and
bagging in all reasonable conditions and
a low noise level.
The GRC450 will have a run time under
average cutting conditions of
approximately 450m2. The GRC750 will
have a run time under average cutting
conditions of approximately 750m2.
This run time will vary upwards and
downwards dependant upon grass
conditions, cut height used and
push speed.
Unpacking and assembly
Your mower carton contains:
• The mower and handle assembly.
• One hardware bag containing:
• Two safety keys (23).
• Instruction literature.
• Blade nut spanner (4).
• Charger (22).
• Battery strap (27).
• One grassbox assembly - see below for
assembly instructions.
Handle assembly (Fig. B)
Remove all the parts from the carton and
familiarise yourself with the individual parts of
your mower.
The main parts of your mower are your
mower body (1) which comprises a motor
cover (2), wheels (3) and grass flap (24).
The handle comprises the upper handle (5),
cross bar (20), lower handle (6), switch box
(7), switch lever (8), safety lock-off (9), cable
clips (11) and wing nut and cup (12).
• Assemble left lower leg (6L) and right
lower leg (6R) onto cross member (20).
Clip upper handle (5) over cross member
ends, and fasten into place with nuts (12).
To assemble the lower handle (6) into the
correct locations on your mower body (1),
proceed as follows:
• Insert the lower handles into the two
holes in your mower body (1) and press
down until secure. Secure in position
using the screws supplied (13).
Height of cut adjustment (Fig. C)
Warning! Remove safety key before making
any adjustments and give the blade time to
stop rotating; cutting blades are sharp.
Each of the two axle wheels has its own
means of height adjustment which gives
3 cutting height positions.
• To select a height of cut, move the
wheels (3) into the slot required using the
spring system (16).
• Fit the other three wheels in the same way.
To ensure an even cut, please make sure
that all four wheels are placed in the same
Grassbox assembly (Fig. D)
Read the safety instructions at the beginning
of this manual before using this accessory.
• The grassbox is a two piece (14 & 15)
plastic construction which needs to be
assembled before attaching it to your
To assemble the grassbox, proceed as
• Align both parts together.
D2 •
Clip in place.
Fitting the grassbox to your mower:
• The spring loaded grass flap is lifted and
the two arms on the front edge of the
grassbox are located behind the two lugs
rising up from the rear edge of the cutter
deck (Fig. D3).
• The grass flap can now be released to
lock the grassbox into position.
Removing the grassbox from your mower:
The full grassbox may be removed by raising
the grassflap and then either lifting the
grassbox up and then resting it on the lawn,
while the grassflap is gently lowered, leaving
both hands free to gently lift the full grassbox.
Battery information
• The battery in your cordless lawnmower is a
12 volt or 24 volt sealed lead acid system. The
battery employs an absorbed electrolyte and,
can therefore, be stored in any position without
fear of leakage.
The battery has been charged at the factory,
however, it will be necessary to recharge the
battery for a minimum of 8 hours to ensure
full charge before initial use.
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For optimal performance the battery should
be recharged after each use.
For winter storage ensure:
• The mower is fully charged before storing.
• The temperature of the storage location is
below 25˚C.
• Storage duration is less than 6 months.
Always store your mower in a dry and
cool location.
Keep the mower and battery away from water,
heat sources (such as radiators, heaters, stoves
etc.), flames or chemicals.
Charging instructions (Fig. E)
• Always charge your mower indoors in a
To charge the battery OFF the mower
• Remove the safety key and open battery
cover as described above and
disconnect the battery.
• Lift out battery out of the mower using
the carry handle.
• Charge as described above.
• After charging, replace in mower and
connect to the mower socket.
well ventilated area, where it is dry and
protected from the weather.
• Charge mower in a location where the
temperature is more than 5˚C (41˚F) and
below 40˚C (104˚F).
Warning! Do not attempt to charge
non-rechargeable batteries.
To charge
• The battery on your mower can be
charged on the mower or can be
removed and charged away from the
mower if a mains socket is not at hand.
To charge the battery ON the mower
• Remove the safety key (23) and store in a
safe place away from children.
• Open the battery cover (2) by pressing in
the button at the front of the cover and
hinge upwards.
• Disconnect the battery lead (red and
black) by pulling it from the connector.
• The red and black socket of the charger
is then connected to the red and black
socket of the battery.
Note: The charger socket will fit one way only.
• Connect the charger to the mains socket
and switch on.
• The indicator on the charger will turn on.
This indicates that the battery is being
• The normal charge time is 24 to 30
• With the 12 volt, GRC450 mower, the
red indicator light will go out, to show a
fully charged condition. A green light will
now turn on to indicate a ‘maintenance’
charge mode.
• With the 24 volt, GRC750 mower, the
charging indicator will stay on as long as
the mower is connected to a mains
supply, and after the battery has
charged, continue in the ‘maintenance’
charge mode.
It is safe to leave your battery on charge
until ready to use.
Disconnect the charger from the battery
and connect the battery to the socket on
the mower.
Your mower is now ready for use.
Recharge mower to a fulI charge immediately
after use.
In order to get maximum performance from your
mower with maximum battery life, it is important that
you recharge the battery immediately after each use.
Battery failure will occur if the mower is stored
without having a full charge.
Recharge mower to a fulI charge for winter storage.
When preparing your mower for winter storage, it is
important that it is recharged. Battery failure will occur
if the mower is stored without having a full charge.
Battery disposal
When the mower’s battery requires replacing
discharge the energy from the battery by
running the mower until the motor stops.
Remove the battery from the mower .
Warning: The battery may still have some
residual charge even after the motor stops.
It is therefore necessary to protect against
accidental short circuit of the battery
terminals with uninsulated tools or materials
of a conductive nature, such as, but not
limited to steel wool or aluminium foil.
Batteries must be disposed of in a
responsible manner.
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This symbol indicates the lead acid battery
contained within this unit must be disposed
of properly and not discarded in everyday
household waste which may be disposed of
in an incinerator or landfill site.
Lead acid batteries can be harmful to the
environment and can explode when exposed
to fire. Do not incinerate.
The battery should be taken to a
Black & Decker authorised service agent,
your local dealer or your local recycling
station. If necessary, contact your local
authority for disposal information.
If the cutting performance begins to deteriorate,
please refer to the “Fault finding” guide.
Warning! Do not cross battery leads when
installing a new battery as this will cause the
blade to run in reverse until battery is
discharged. When you attempt to recharge
the battery, the charger circuit will be
destroyed as soon as you connect the
charger plug.
To turn the mower off, just release the
lever. The spring-loaded “snap-action”
lever will relocate itself back into its
original position inside the switch housing.
When you have finished using your machine
we recommend that you clean all debris from
it before putting it away. It is important to
remove the safety key before cleaning. Please
refer to the “Care and maintenance” section.
Note: To obtain the best results cut your
lawn or grassed area regularly and do not
cut when the grass is wet.
If, when grasscutting, loose grass is seen to be
scattered from beneath the mower, the grassbag is probably full and should be emptied.
Blade maintenance
How to use your mower (Fig. F & G)
Observe all of the relevant warnings when
using your mower.
Warning! Never attempt to operate your
machine with one hand. You must guide
your machine with both hands.
Safety key
• In order to prevent accidental start-up or
unauthorised use of your cordless
mower, a removable safety key has been
incorporated into the design of your
mower. The mower will be completely
disabled when this safety key has been
removed from the mower.
Warning! Always remove the safety key from
mower when leaving it unattended, even for
a short period of time.
• Your safety key will be found in the
parts pack (plus one spare).
Lift the fuse cover (21).
Insert the safety key (23) into position
and push fully home.
• Close the fuse cover (21).
• Tilt the handle downwards to slightly
raise the front of the mower to reduce
the risk of lawn damage whilst starting.
• Your mower is equipped with a special
on/off switch lever. To operate your
mower, press the button on the switch
box then pull the lever towards you. Hold
in this position to keep the mower running.
The steel blade is designed to give a fine
finish in long or tough grass. The blade will
continue to cut even when it has become
blunt or burred. There is no need for it to be
razor sharp.
If, however, because of damage or wear the
cutting performance deteriorates, then your
mower may require a new blade, or at least
the existing blade to be sharpened.
We recommend that the steel blade is
sharpened or a new blade fitted at the
beginning of each season.
Replacement blades are available from
Black & Decker service agents.
Warning! When fitting a new blade use only
the Black & Decker replacement part
specified for your mower - do not attempt to
fit any other blade.
Fitting a new blade (Fig. H)
Observe all the relevant warnings before
changing the blade.
Warning! Remove safety key before
changing the blade.
• Turn your machine over on its side so
that the underside of the cutter deck is
• Wear gloves to protect hands.
• Using a cloth placed over the blade or
heavy duty gloves to protect your hands,
grip the blade and, using the spanner
provided, loosen and remove the nut from
the motor spindle. Turn the nut in an anticlockwise direction to loosen it.
• Remove nut (18), square washer (17),
clutch plate (16) and blade.
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To replace blade ensure the cutting
edges of the blade are closest to the
ground and place blade onto the
combined mount.
• Place the clutch plate over the shoulder
of the combined mount protruding
through the blade. Ensure to align the
inside edges with the outside edges of
the blade.
• Place the square steel blade spacer on
the motor shaft aligning the inside flats
with the shaft and engaging the outside
edges with the plastic clutch plate.
Engage nut on shaft and turn it
clockwise to tighten.
• Ensure that removed parts are replaced
correctly before use, incorrect assembly
may result in damage to your mower and
reduced cutting performance.
Note: This unit is fitted with a clutch plate
(16), between the blade nut and the blade,
which must be assembled correctly at all
times. Damaged blade assembly parts must
be replaced before use.
Care and maintenance
The advice given in this section covers the general
care and maintenance of the main body of your
mower. Advice relating to the blades is given in
“Maintenance of blades”. Advice relating to the
maintenance and storage of the battery is given in
“Battery information”.
• Always keep your mower clean and free from
grass cuttings, especially the underside of the
cutter deck and the air vents.
• At the end of each cutting session we
recommend that the build up of grass on the
underside of the cutter cover is removed using a
blunt scraper. The spanner included with this
mower may also be used for this purpose.
• Clean all plastic components with a damp cloth.
Caution: Do not use solvents or cleaning fluids as
these may damage the plastic components of your
Overload protection (Fig. J)
• Your machine is fitted with overload
protection. If you work too quickly in long
grass, or in heavy conditions, you may
overload the motor. If this occurs, the
safety key fuse will blow, causing the
machine to stop.
This is not a fault of the machine but a
safety device to protect your machine.
When this occurs, remove the safety key
and inspect the fuse link. If link is broken,
the fuse has blown and needs to be
replaced with a new key. One of which is
supplied as a spare in your parts pack.
Alternatively, you can purchase a new key
from any Black & Decker service agent.
To obtain the best results:
• Cut the grass regularly.
• Do not cut wet grass.
• When the grass is longer than 10cm
(4 inches), it is advisable to go over the
lawn on a high cut setting and then finish
using a lower setting.
Fault finding
If your mower does not operate correctly,
use the table below to locate the problem.
Mower does not run (a) Check to make sure the safety
when switch lever
key has been inserted correctly.
is activated
(b) Remove the safety key, turn your
mower over and check that the
blade is free to turn.
(c) Has battery been fully charged?
Recharge the battery.
Mower stops when (a) Remove safety key. Turn your
mower over and check that blade
is free to turn.
(b) Raise cutting height of wheels
and start mower.
(c) Has battery been fully
charged. Recharge the battery.
(d) Inspect the safety key fuse link.
If broken, the safety key fuse has
blown and requires replacement.
Mower runs but
(a) Has battery been fully
cutting performance charged? Recharge the battery.
is unsatisfactory
(b) Battery may need replacing.
Refer to ‘Battery disposal’ section.
Mower is too hard
(a) Raise cutting height to
to push
reduce drag on grass. Check
each wheel for ease of rotation.
Mower is abnormally (a) Remove safety key. Turn unit
noisy and vibrates
on its side and check blade for
damage. If damaged, replace with
Black & Decker replacement blade.
(b) If there is no visible damage
to the blade or underside of the
mower return to your local
service agent.
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Warning! Always remove safety key before
carrying out any inspection.
Unwanted products and the
Should you find one day that your mower
needs replacement, or is of no further
use to you, think of the protection of the
environment. Black & Decker service agents
will accept your old mower and will dispose of
it in an environmentally safe way.
Black & Decker lawn and garden
This guarantee provides 36 months parts cover
and 12 months labour (UK), 24 months parts
cover and labour (Australia and New Zealand).
In all cases proof of purchase will be required.
lf your Black & Decker mower becomes defective,
within the guarantee period, due to faulty materials
and workmanship, we guarantee to either replace all
defective parts, or at our discretion, replace your
mower free of charge, provided that:
• Your mower is returned to one of our authorised
repair agents with evidence of purchase.
• Your mower has been used within the
parameters of its consumer classification.
• Your mower has not been used for hire purposes.
• Repairs have not been attempted by anyone
other than our authorised repair agents.
• The failure represents normal wear and tear.
This guarantee is offered as an extra benefit and is
additional to your statutory rights.
Our guarantee policy
Failures due to the following are not covered:
• Replacing worn or damaged blades, nylon line
and chains, or cables damaged during storage
or use. These are regarded as replacement items
which wear during normal usage.
• Failures as a result of sudden impact or obvious
• Failures due to usage not in accordance with
instructions and recommendations contained in
this manual.
The use of other than genuine Black & Decker
accessories and parts may damage or reduce the
performance of your Black & Decker mower and may
render the guarantee void.
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Black & Decker product
(UK, Australia and New Zealand only)
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authorised service agents. The use of other than
genuine Black & Decker accessories and parts
may damage or reduce the performance of your
Black & Decker product and may also endanger the
user. The terms and conditions of the warranty may
also be effected.
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It is our aim that all Black & Decker customers should
be totally satisfied with their Black & Decker product
and after sales service, but if help or advice is needed
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EC Declaration of Conformity
We declare that units:
GRC450, GRC750
conform to 98/37/EC, 89/336/EEC,
73/23/EEC, EN55104, EN60335, EN55014
A weighted sound pressure @ 4m 80dB (A)
A weighted sound power 91dB (A)
Hand/arm weighted vibration <2.5m/s2
Brian Cooke
Director of Engineering
Spennymoor, County Durham DL16 6JG, United Kingdom
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