Toro Cordless Trimmer, 1100 Electric Trimmer, 1200 Electric Trimmer, 900 Electric Trimmer User manual

Toro Cordless Trimmer, 1100 Electric Trimmer, 1200 Electric Trimmer, 900 Electric Trimmer User manual
ELECTRIC TRIMMER/WEEDER SERVICE MANUAL
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TRIMMER/WEEDER MODELS
FOREWORD
TOOL REQUIREMENTS
AUTOMATIC LINE FEED ASSEMBLY
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
AUTOMATIC LINE FEED ASSEMBLY SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
1.1 REMOVE SPOOL CAP (FIG. 1.1)
1.11 REMOVING DIFFICULT SPOOL CAPS CORDLESS TRIMMERS (FIG 1.11A).
900, 1100, AND 1200 TRIMMERS (FIG. 1.11B)
1.2 CHECK FOR GRASS OR DIRT INSIDE DRUM. CLEAN INSIDE DRUM
1.3 CHECK FOR LINE TIGHT ON SPOOL
1.31 REWIND SPOOL CORRECTLY (FIG. 1.31)
1.4 CHECK FOR WORN DRIVER TEETH (FIG. 1.4)
1.41 REPLACE DRIVER ALL UNITS EXCEPT 1978 CORDLESS (FIG. 1.41A)
1.5 CHECK FOR DIRTY OR DAMAGED CORE (FIG. 1.5)
1.51 CLEAN OR REPLACE CORE
1.6 1978 CORDLESS TRIMMER -CHECK FOR DRUM RUBBING MOTOR (FIG.
1.61 REPLACE DRUM AND MOTOR WITH NEW STYLE (FIG. 1.61)
900 AND 1100 TRIMMERS
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
WIRING DIAGRAM
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
2.0 CHECK FOR LINE/GRASS STOPPING HEAD ROTATION (FIG. 2.0)
2.01 CLEAN HEAD AND TEST (FIG. 2.01)
2.1 OPEN MOTOR HOUSING AND INSPECT MOTOR (FIG. 2.1)
2.11 REPLACE MOTOR (FIGS. 2.11A, 2.11B)
2.2 SPIN MOTOR BY HAND
2.21 CHECK DRUM (FIG. 2.21)
2.22 REPLACE DRUM (FIG. 2.22) SERIAL NOS. 800001-899999
2.23 BAD BEARING - REPLACE MOTOR OR TRIMMER (FIG. 2.23)
2.3 CHECK MOTOR BRUSHES (FIG. 2.3)
2.31 REPLACE MOTOR OR TRIMMER
2.4 CHECK MOTOR BRUSH SPRINGS (FIG. 2.4)
2.41 SECURE SPRING/REPLACE MOTOR OR TRIMMER (FIG. 2.41)
2.5 CHECK HARNESS CONNECTIONS AT MOTOR
2.51 SECURE CONNECTION AT MOTOR (FIG. 2.51)
2.6 CHECK LOWER HARNESS (FIG. 2.6)
2.61 REPLACE LOWER HARNESS (FIGS. 2.61A, 2.61B)
2.7 TEST SWITCH CONNECTIONS (FIG. 2.7)
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS - continued
2.71 SECURE LOOSE CONNECTIONS
2.8 TEST SWITCH (FIGS. 2.8A, 2.8B)
2.81 REPLACE SWITCH (FIG. 2.81)
2.9 TEST UPPER HARNESS (FIG. 2.9)
2.91 REPLACE UPPER HARNESS
1200 TRIMMER
TROUBLE SHOOTING
WIRING DIAGRAM
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
3.0 CHECK FOR LINE/GRASS STOPPING HEAD ROTATION (FIG. 3.0)
3.01 CLEAN HEAD AND TEST (FIG. 3.01)
3.1 OPEN MOTOR HOUSING AND INSPECT MOTOR (FIG. 3.1)
3.11 REPLACE MOTOR (FIG. 3.11A, 3.11B)
3.2 SPIN MOTOR BY HAND
3.21 CHECK DRUM (FIG. 3.21)
3.22 REPLACE DRUM (FIG. 3.22) SERIAL NOS. 800001-899999.
3.23 BAD BEARING -- REPLACE MOTOR OR TRIMMER (FIG. 3.23)
3.3 CHECK MOTOR BRUSHES (FIG. 3.3)
3.31 REPLACE MOTOR OR TRIMMER
3.4 CHECK MOTOR BRUSH SPRINGS (FIG. 3.4)
3.41 SECURE SPRING/REPLACE MOTOR OR TRIMMER (FIG. 3.41)
3.5 TEST BRIDGE RECTIFIER (FIG. 3.5A, 3.5B)
3.51 REPLACE BRIDGE RECTIFIER
3.6 CHECK HARNESS CONNECTIONS AT RECTIFIER
3.61 SECURE CONNECTION AT RECTIFIER
3.7 CHECK LOWER HARNESS (FIG. 3.7)
3.71 REPLACE LOWER HARNESS
3.8 TEST SWITCH CONNECTIONS (FIG. 3.8)
3.81 SECURE LOOSE CONNECTIONS
3.9 TEST SWITCH (FIG. 3.9A, 3.9B)
3.91 REPLACE SWITCH (FIG. 3.91)
4.0 TEST UPPER HARNESS (FIG. 4.0)
4.01 REPLACE UPPER HARNESS
CORDLESS TRIMMER
TROUBLE SHOOTING GUIDE
WIRING DIAGRAM
ELECTRIC TRIMMER/WEEDER SERVICE MANUAL
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
5.0 CHECK FOR LINE/GRASS STOPPING HEAD ROTATION (FIG. 5.0)
5.01 CLEAN HEAD AND TEST (FIG. 5.01)
5.1 INSPECT UPPER TO LOWER HARNESS CONNECTION (FIG. 5.1)
5.11 SECURE UPPER TO LOWER HARNESS CONNECTION (FIG. 5.11)
5.2 CHECK BATTERY CONNECTIONS (FIG. 5.2)
5.21 SECURE BATTERY CONNECTIONS
5.3 TEST OUTPUT VOLTAGE OF BATTERY CHARGER (FIG. 5.3)
5.31 REPLACE BATTERY CHARGER
5.4 CHECK CHARGER OUTPUT AT BATTERY CONNECTIONS (FIG. 5.4)
5.41 REPLACE UPPER WIRING HARNESS
5.5 CHARGE BATTERY FOR 48 HOURS AND TEST (FIG. 5.5)
5.51 REPLACE BATTERY AND CHARGE FOR 48 HOURS
5.6 INSPECT MOTOR
5.61 REPLACE MOTOR (FIG. 5.61)
5.7 SPIN MOTOR BY HAND
5.71 CHECK DRUM (FIG. 5.71)
5.72 REPLACE DRUM SERIAL NOS. 800001-9115104
5.73 BAD BEARING - REPLACE MOTOR OR TRIMMER
5.8 CHECK HARNESS CONNECTIONS AT MOTOR
5.81 SECURE MOTOR CONNECTIONS (FIG. 5.81)
5.9 TEST LOWER HARNESS (FIG. 5.9)
5.91 REPLACE LOWER HARNESS
6.0 TEST SWITCH CONNECTIONS
6.01 SECURE LOOSE CONNECTIONS
6.1 TEST SWITCH (FIGS. 6.1A, 6.1B)
6.11 REPLACE SWITCH
6.2 TEST UPPER HARNESS (FIGS. 6.2A, 6.2B)
6.21 REPLACE UPPER HARNESS
6.3 REPLACE MOTOR
PARTS CATALOG
TORO TRIMMER 900 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO TRIMMER 900 MOTOR AND HOUSING ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO TRIMMER 900 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO TRIMMER 900 MOTOR AND HOUSING ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO TRIMMER 1100 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
ELECTRIC TRIMMER/WEEDER SERVICE MANUAL
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TORO TRIMMER 1100 MOTOR AND HOUSING ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO TRIMMER 1100 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO TRIMMER 1100 MOTOR AND HOUSING ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO TRIMMER 1200 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO TRIMMER 1200 MOTOR AND HOUSING ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO TRIMMER 1200 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO TRIMMER 1200MOTOR AND HOUSING ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO CORDLESS TRIMMER UPPER CASE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO CORDLESS TRIMMER MOTOR HOUSING ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO CORDLESS TRIMMER UPPER CASE ASSEMBLY
PARTS
TORO CORDLESS TRIMMER MOTOR HOUSING ASSEMBLY
PARTS
OUTDOOR
APPLIANCE
DIVISION
Electric Trimmer/ Weeder
SERVICE MANUAL
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ModelNumber 51550
900 HOME DUTY TRIMMER/WEEDER
Model Numbers 51200
and 51225
1100 HEAVY DUTY TRIMMER/WEEDER
Model Numbers 51300
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This servicerepairmanual
is writtenfor use byAuthorizedToroApplianceServiceDealers.
Complete Trouble Shooting Guides, Wiring Diagrams and Service Instructions are included.
The manual is divided into five sections. The first section concerns itself with the automatic
line feeding devices used in the four different trimmers. The second section deals with the
900 and 1100 Trimmers, the third withthe 1200 and the fourth with the Cordless. The fifth
section contains an illustrated Parts Catalog for each model.
The Trouble Shooting Guides a t the beginning of the first four sections follow a systematic
patternwhich will enable you tofind a problem quickly. Eachsection of theTrouble
Shooting Guide is numbered in the lower right hand corner. After finding the problem, you
need only refer to this same number in the service section for complete repair instructions.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Automatic Line FeedAssembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1-4
2
Trouble Shooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Service Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3-4
900&1100Trimmers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5-11
Trouble Shooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Wiring Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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7 .11
Service IInstructions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1200Trimmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Trouble Shooting Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
WiringDiagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Service Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Trimmer
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Cordless
21-30
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TroubleShootingGuide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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WiringDiagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
24-30
Service Instructions. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Parts Catalog. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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8000001
200 51Trimmer
No.
Model
900
9000100.
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34-35
900 Trimmer Model No. 51 225.9000101 & Up. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1100 Trimmer/Model No. 51300 .8000001 .9000100.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36-37
1100 Trimmer/Model No. 51325 .9000101 & Up. .......................
38-39
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1200 Trimmer/Model No. 51400 .8000001 .9000100.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40-41
42-43
1200 Trimmer/ Model No. 51425 .9000101 & Up. .......................
Cordless Trimmer/Model No. 51550 . 8000001 .9115104 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44-45
46-47
Cordless Trimmer/Model No. 51550 .91 15105& Up .....................
TOOL REQUIREMENTS
No. 2 Phillips Screwdriver
Small
Standard
Screwdriver
Medium Standard Screwdriver
Large Standard Screwdriver
Long Nose Pliers
Diagonal Cutting Pliers
Electrical Terminal CrimpingPliers
Scribe or Awl
No. 54 Drill Bit (or object
similar in size and hardness)
VOM Multimeter
Continuity Tester (or use mulitimeter)
1/8" Pin Punch
Small Hammer
Vise (or similar support system)
Extension Cord
110 Volt A.C. Power Source
COPYRIGHT
A L L RIGHTS RESERVED
The Toro Company - 1979
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55420 - U.S.A.
" U S . & Foreign Patents Pending"
AUTOMATIC LINE FEED ASSEMBLY
900 HomeDuty
Trimmer/Weeder
Model Numbers 51200 and 51225
1100 Heavy Duty
Trimmer/ Weeder
Model Numbers 51300 and 51325
1200 Professional
Trimmer/Weeder
Model Numbers 51400 and 51425
Cordless
Trimmer/Weeder
Model Number 51550
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CAUTION:THIS TOOL IS DOUBLE
INSULATED. TO MAINTAIN ITS ENGINEERED SAFETY
STANDARDS
USE ONLY
GENUINE TORO REPLACEMENT PARTS.
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Figure 1.11b
THESEAPPLIANCESFROM
ALL POWER
SOURCES
BEFORE
ATTEMPTING ANY
REPAlRS.
1.1
REMOVESPOOLCAP
1.2
CHECK
FOR
GRASS
OR DIRT INSIDE
DRUM. CLEAN INSIDE DRUM.
With thespoolcapremoved,
clean out the drum areaand
spect for any damage.
(fig. 1.1)
Insertwidestpossiblebladescrewdriver
snugly into one of the two window slots
on thespool hub and twist the screwdriver 1/4 turn.
1.3
thoroughly
visually in-
CHECK FOR LINE TIGHT ON SPOOL
The line must be wrapped firmly but free
to unwind easily during use. There should
be no loose line protruding from the
wrapped line.
1.31 REWIND SPOOL CORRECTLY (fig. 1.31)
Hook oneend of theline into a groove
on the spool, allowing no more than 1/8
in
inch of line to protrude.Windline
direction of arrows on spool.Wind
in
level rows between spool flanges.
Figure 1.1
1.11 REMOVING DIFFICULT SPOOL
CAPS
.CORDLESS TRIMMERS (fig. l . l l a )
If the spool is difficult to remove, pry or
break the spoolcap out witha screwdriver.
Figure 1.31
1.4
CHECK FOR WORN DRIVERTEETH (fig.l.4)
Remove the spoolcap to check the driver.
Inspect the driver teeth
to insure that they
are not severely roundedoff or completely
missing.
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Figure 1.1l a
900,1100, AND 1200 TRIMMERS (fig. 1.11b)
Holdthedrum
steadyandunscrew
the
spool in counter-clockwise direction.With
the spool and core removed, pry the spool
off the core.
Figure 1.4
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1.41REPLACE DRIVER
ALL UNITS EXCEPT 1978 CORDLESS
(fig. 1.41 a)
Remove thespool.
Unscrew the core,
with driver, from the motor shaft. Gently
release the pressure the spring is applying
against the spool core. To install the new
driver, reverse procedures.
Inspect the spool core after removing the
spool cap. Look for broken or worn teeth
that would allow the driverto skip. A buildup of dirt inside the core would stop the
driver from indexing.
1.51 CLEAN OR REPLACE CORE
Remove and replace coreas driver replacement in section 1.41.
1.61978
CORDLESS TRIMMER-CHECK
DRUM RUBBING MOTOR (fig. 1.6)
FOR
The head assembly was "press-fit" on the
motor shaft up to the heat sink. It could
possibly be hitting against the base of the
motor.
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Figure 1.41a
CORDLESS 8000001 & UP (fig. 1.41 b)
On the Cordless Trimmer
(Serial
No.
8000001-9115104) a white driver was
pressed on a t the factory. Pry off the
driver to remove it. Note: If thedriver
is beige colored Cordless Trimmer (Serial
No.9115105 & up), it is threaded onto
the motor shaft. Replace the white driver
by firmly pushing it on the motor shaft,
while rigidly supporting the oppositeend
of the motor shaft. Note that the motor
shaftand white driver both have a flat
side.
Figure 1.6
1.61 REPLACE DRUM AND MOTOR WITH
NEW STYLE (fig. 1.61)
Replace the # 88140 Motor Assembly
and
with a # 88150 Motor Assembly
# 88151 Automatic Line FeedAssembly.
To replacethesecomponents,pleaserefer to section 2.6 and 2.7.
Figure 1.41b
1.5
CHECK FOR DIRTY OR DAMAGED
CORE (fig. 1.5)
8 8 1 4 0 ~ 1 88 88 11 54 01 w / 8 8 1 5 1
Figure 1.5
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900 Home Duty
Trimmer/ Weeder
and
1100 Heavy Duty
Trimmer/ Weeder
Model Numbers 51200 and 51225
Model Numbers 51300 and 51325
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IRING HARNESS - LOWER
WIRING HARNESS - UPPER
CONNECTOR
CONNECTOR
SWfTCH -SINGLE SPEED
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SERVICEINSTRUCTIONS
INSULATED. TO MAINTAIN ITS ENGINEERED SAFETY
STANDARDS
USE ONLY
GENUINETOROREPLACEMENTPARTS.
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ALL POWER
SOURCES
BEFORE
ATTEMPTING ANY
2.0
Figure 2.0
CHECK FOR LINE/GRASS STOPPING
HEAD ROTATION (fig. 2.0)
Dependingontheenvironmentalconditions and the customer’s operating procedures during trimmer use, the head assembly could jam with debris, thus stopping
the head from turning or slowing it down.
2.01 CLEAN HEAD AND
TEST (fig. 2.01)
Removeanydebris from about the head
assembly. While cleaning
the head assembly,
besure to check the area between the
drum and the motor for build-up. Refer
to section 1for furtherdetailsonthe
automatic linefeed assembly.
2.1
OPEN MOTOR
HOUSING
AND
MOTOR (fig. 2.1)
Figure 2.0 1
INSPECT
Remove the decalthe
on
motor housing.
Remove all the screws that hold the housings together.Gentlyseparatethe
two
halves and inspect the motor for charred
or brokenwires, etc.
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
2 . 1 REPLACE
MOTOR (figs. 2.1 la, 2 . 1 l b )
Whenreplacing the motor it is necessary
to remove the automatic line feedassembly. Refer to section 1 for headdisassembly. To remove the wire connectors, use
wire cutters and nip the connector in the
center of the factory crimp; pull the wires
out. Remove the roll pin by rigidly supporting thearmatureshaft
(to prevent
bending) and driving the roll pinout.
Correct
Deformed
Figure 2.21
2.22 REPLACE DRUM (fig.2.22)
SERIAL NOS. 800001 - 899999.
A retaining ring is used to secure the drum.
After removing the spool, driver, core and
spring as described in section 1, pry out
the ring and slide the spool off the shaft.
Install with 1979 parts.
Figure 2.11a
Figure 2.22
SERIAL NOS. 900101 and UP.
After removing the spool, driver, core and
spring, the drum will slide off the motor
shaft. Install the new drum and reassemble.
2.23BADBEARING
- REPLACE MOTOR OR
TRIMMER (fig. 2.23)
Figure 2.1 1 b
2.2
SPIN MOTOR BY HAND
Spin the motor with your hand and notice
the feel of thearmature; it should turn
freely.
Visually
check for excessive
commutator wear, armature end-play and
bearing to shaft fit. A binding or scraping
sound when the motor is turned could be
evidence of a bad bearing or a deformed
drum.
To pin-point a defective motor bearing,
a t the
inspect for a burned or charred shaft
bearing. Carefullywatchthebearing.
It
should not spin in its casing. Lubricate
the bearingwhile turning themotor; a
drop or two of 30 wt. oil may be all that
is needed to free-up themotor. If the bearing is a t fault, replace the motor as per
section 2.1 1 or, replace the trimmer if in
warranty.
2.21 CHECK DRUM (fig. 2.21)
A deformed drum means that plastic deformation has occurred to the drum a t the
motor shaft. The drum may have slipped
up the motor shaft. A tell-tale sign would
be the spool not located inside the drum
correctly. A deformed
drum
must
be
replaced.
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
2.3
CHECK MOTOR BRUSHES (fig. 2.3)
Using a scribe or other sharp object,
carefully push the brush into its holder
away from the commutator.When released
the brush should spring back into position
against the commutator. Excessively worn
motor brushes will
not
make
proper
contact with the commutator. Motor
brushes are not replaceable.
Figure 2.41
2.5
Figure 2.3
2.31 REPLACE MOTOR OR TRIMMER
Refer to section 2.1 1 for motor replacement, or replacethe trimmer if in warranty.
2.4
CHECK MOTOR BRUSH SPRINGS (fig. 2.4)
During shipmentthe motor brushspring
may
have
been
jarred outof position,
causing no brush to armature contact and
disabling themotor.
CHECK
HARNESS
CONNECTIONS
MOTOR
AT
Visualinspectionalone
will not suffice.
Try moving the wires a t the motor connections;thewires
may slip out of the
connectors.
2.51 SECURE CONNECTION AT MOTOR
(fig. 2.51)
Secure the loose connections a t the motor
to harness junctions by recrimpingthe
existing
connectors
or
installing
new
connectors.
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Note:Use
electrical crimping pliers
only, Do notuse sidecutters orwirecutters.
Figure 2.4
2.41 SECURESPRING /REPLACEMOTOR OR
TRIMMER (fig. 2.41)
Lifting the brush spring backinto position,
restore brushto armature contact.In some
cases thespringmaybemissing;replace
motor, or trimmer if in warranty.
Figure 2.51
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2.6
CHECK LOWER HARNESS (fig. 2.6)
Remove all thePhillips headscrewsand
separate thehandlegripsections.Using
a continuity tester, insert one of its probes
into theswitchalongsideeither
of the
lower harness
leads.
Insert
the
other
tester probe into the proper connector a t
the motor (note lead wire color). Check
both leads for complete circuits.
Figure 2.6b
Figure 2.6
2.61
2.7
REPLACE LOWER HARNESS
(figs. 2.61 a, 2.61b)
TESTSWITCHCONNECTIONS
(fig. 2.7)
Try pulling gentlyonthe
wwires leading
into theswitch to be certain that both
Disconnect the ends of the harness from
both the motor and the switch terminals.*
Pullthe harness outof the tube(s). Replace with new
harness.
Care
should
be taken so that wiresare not pinched
whenreplacing the motor housingsand
handle grips.
* To removeeach wire from the switch,
proceed as follows:
a. Insert a #54 drill bit (or similar object) into theswitchalongsidethe
wire.
b. Carefully pull wire out of switch.
c. Remove drill bit.
Figure 2.7
2.71 SECURE LOOSE CONNECTIONS
I f any of the wires leading to the switch
areloose,
reinsertthem firmlyinto the
switch. I f theydo not stayinserted,replacetheswitch(refer
to section2.81).
2.8
Figure 2.6a
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TESTSWITCH (figs. 2.8a, 2.8b)
as shown.There
Connectthetesterleads
should be continuity only when the switch
is depressed.
Replace
any
switch that
shows no current flow on either or both
sides.
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:FORCING PROBES INTO THE
SWITCH MAY CAUSE INTERNAL DAMAGE.
DO NOT INSERT OBJECTS LARGER THAN
1/32 INCH DIAMETER INTO SWITCH.
Figure 2.8 1
2.9
TESTUPPERHARNESS
(fig. 2.9)
Insert one probe of a continuity tester
into theswitchalongsideeitherharness
lead.Connect theotherterminal of the
tester to the proper spade of the harness.
Test both leads for complete circuits.
Figure 2.8a
Figure 2.91
Figure 2.8b
2.81 REPLACESWITCH (fig. 2.81)
Install the new switch after replacing the
wires in their properterminals(refer t o
the trimmer wiring schematic). Correctly
position theswitch in thehandlegrip.
Care should be taken as not to pinch any
wires when securing the handle grips.
2.91 REPLACE UPPER HARNESS
After removing the wires from the switch
(see * in section 2.611, install the new upper wiring harness by replacing the wires
in theproperterminals
of theswitch.
Positionthe harness in thehandlegrips.
Caution should be taken so that the wires
are not pinched when securing the handle
grips.
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WIRING HARNESS - LOWER
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
INSULATED. TO MAINTAIN ITS ENGINEERED SAFETY
STANDARDS
USE ONLY
THESEAPPLIANCESFROM
ALL POWER
SOURCES BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY
3.0
Figure 3.0
CHECK FOR LINE/GRASS STOPPING
HEAD ROTATION (fig. 3.0)
Dependingon the environmental conditions and thecustomer‘soperating
procedures during trimmer use, the head
assembly could jam with debris, thus
stopping thehead from turning or slowing
it down.
3.01 CLEAN HEAD AND TEST (fig. 3.01)
Figure 3.01
Removeanydebris from about the head
assembly. While cleaning thehead assembly,
be sure to check the area betweenthe drum
and the motor for build-up. Refer to
section 1 for further details on the automatic line feed assembly.
3.1
OPEN MOTORHOUSING AND INSPECT
MOTOR (fig.
Remove the decal on the motor housing.
Remove all the screws that hold the housings together. Gently separate the two
halves and inspect the motor for charred
or broken wires, etc.
.
Figure 3.1
15
SERVICEINSTRUCTIONS
3.11 REPLACE MOTOR (fig. 3.1 la, 3.1 1b)
Whenreplacing the motor it is necessary
to remove the automatic line
feed assembly.
Refer to section 1 for headdisassembly.
To remove the wire connectors, use wire
cutters and nip the connectorin the center
of the factory crimp; pull the wires out.
Remove the roll pin by rigidly supporting
thearmatureshaft
(to preventbending)
and driving the roll pinout.
Deformed
Correct
Figure 3.21
3.22
REPLACE DRUM (fig. 3.22)
SERIAL NOS. 800001-899999.
A retaining ring is used to secure the drum.
After removing the spool, driver, core and
spring as described in section 1, pry out
the ring and slide the spool off the shaft.
Install with 1979 parts.
Figure 3.1 l a
-
3.22
Figure
SERIAL NOS. 900101 and UP.
After removing the spool, driver, core and
spring, the drum will slide off the motor
shaft. Install thenew drum and reassemble.
3.23 BAD BEARING - REPLACE MOTOR OR
TRIMMER (fig. 3.23)
Figure 3.1 1b
3.2
SPIN MOTOR BY HAND
Spin the motor with your hand and notice
thefeel of thearmature; it should turn
freely. Visually check for excessive commutator wear, armature end-playand bearing to shaft fit. A bindingor scraping sound
when the motor is turned could be evidence
of a bad bearingor a deformed drum.
To pin-point a defective motor bearing,
inspect for a burnedorcharredshaftat
the bearing. Carefullywatchthebearing;
it should not spin in i t s casing. Lubricate
thebearingwhile
turning the motor; a
drop or two of 30 wt. oil may be all that
is needed to free-upthe motor. If the
bearing is a t fault, replace the motor as per
section2.1 1 or,replace the trimmer if
in warranty.
3.21 CHECK DRUM (fig. 3.21)
A deformed drum means that plastic deformation has occurred to the drum a t the
motor shaft. The drum may have slipped
up the motor shaft. A tell-tale sign would
be the spool not located inside the drum
correctly. A deformed
drum
must
be
replaced.
16
Figure 3.23
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
3.3
CHECK MOTOR BRUSHES (fig. 3.3)
Using a scribe or other sharp object,
carefully push thebrush into its holder
away from the commutator. When
released the brushshouldspringback
into
position against the commutator. Excessively worn motor brushes will not make
proper contact with the commutator.
Motor brushes are not replaceable.
3.41 SECURESPRING/ REPLACE MOTOR OR
TRIMMER (fig. 3.41)
Lifting the brush springback into position,
restore brushto armature contact.In some
cases thespringmaybemissing;replace
motor or, trimmer if in warranty.
Figure 3.41
3.5
Figure 3.3
3.31REPLACEMOTOR
OR TRIMMER
Refer to section 2.1 1 for motor replacement, or replace
the trimmer if in warranty.
3.4
CHECKMOTOR BRUSH SPRINGS (fig. 3.4)
During shipment the motor brushspring
mayhavebeen
jarred out of position,
causing nobrush
to armature contact
and disablingthe motor.
Figure 3.4
TEST BRIDGE RECTIFIER (fig. 3.5a,3.5b)
The readingsobtained during the following
test will vary depending on thetest equipmentandsettingsused.
Select any two
adjacentterminalsonthe
rectifier (all
combinations will be
tested),
connect
the tester to them and note the reading.
Reverse the leads. Again, note the reading.
Continue this test process until all the
terminals havebeenchecked (4 tests). If
after any test the 1streadingequals the
2nd reading, the rectifier is faulty and
must be replaced.
Figure 3.5a
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
Figure 3.7
3.71REPLACE
Disconnect the ends of the harness from
both the rectifier and the switch terminals
(see sections 3.1 1 and 2.61). Pull the harness out of the tubes.Replace with new
harness. Caution should be taken so that
wires are not pinched when replacing the
motor housings and handle grips.
Figure 3.5b
3.51 REPLACE BRIDGE RECTIFIER
Careful attention must be paid to replacing
the wires in the properposition. See wiring
schematic.Trimmers with serialnumber
9000101 and up must have the lower wire
harness replaced.
3.6
CHECK HARNESS
CONNECTIONS
RECTIFIER
LOWER HARNESS
3.8
TESTSWITCHCONNECTIONS
(fig. 3.8)
Try pulling gently on the wires leadinginto the switch to be certain that both har-
AT
Visualinspectionalone
will not suffice.
a t the rectifier
Try
moving
the
wires
connections; the wires may slipout of the
terminals.
3.61 SECURE CONNECTION ATRECTIFIER
Secure the loose connections a t the
rectifier or replace the
lower
harness.
! N o t e : Use electrical crimping pliers
only. Do not use sidecutters or wire cutters.
3.7
CHECK LOWER HARNESS (fig. 3.7)
Remove all the phillips headscrewsand
separate thehandlegripsections.Using
a continuity tester,
insert
one
of its
probes into the switch along either of the
lower harness leads. Place the other tester
probe onto theproperterminal
a t the
rectifier (note lead wire color).Check both
leads for complete circuits.
Figure 3.8
3.81 SECURE LOOSE CONNECTIONS
I f any of the wires leading to the switch
areloose,
reinsertthem firmlyinto the
switch. If theydo not stayinserted,replace the switch (referto section 2.81 ).
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
DO NOT INSERT OBJECTS LARGER THAN
1/32 INCH DIAMETER INTO SWITCH.
3.9
wires in their proper
terminals
(refer
to the trimmer wiring schematic).Correctly position theswitch in thehandle
grip. Care should be taken as not to
pinch any wires when securing the handle
grips.
TESTSWITCH (figs. 3.9a, 3.9b)
THE 1200 TRIMMER USES A TWO
SPEEDSWITCH.Disconnect
all lines to
the switch (see * in section 2.61). Connect
the tester leads as shown. There should be
continuity only when theswitch is depressed.Replaceany
switch that shows
no current flow on either or both sides.
NOTE: The test readingsmayvarydependingon test equipment used. I f all
other tests are
good
and
the trimmer
does not have a highand
low speed,
replace the switch.
Figure 3.91
TEST UPPER HARNESS (fig. 4.0)
Insert one probe of a continuity tester
into theswitch alongside either harness
lead.Connect theother terminal of the
tester to the proper spade of the harness.
Test both leads for complete circuits.
Figure 4.0
4.01 REPLACE UPPER HARNESS
Figure 3.9b
3.91 REPLACESWITCH (fig. 3.91)
Installthe
new switch by replacingthe
After removing the wires from the switch
(see * in section 2.61), install the new upper wiring harness by placing the wires in
the proper terminals
of the switch. Position
the harness in thehandlegrips.Caution
should be taken so that the wires are not
pinched when securing the handle grips.
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WIRING DIAGRAM
.
UPPER WIRING HARNESS
MOTOR
.
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
CAUTION: THIS TOOL IS DOUBLE
INSULATED. TO MAINTAIN ITS ENGINEERED SAFETY
STANDARDS
USE ONLY
I
CAUTION: ALWAYS
DISCONNECT
THESEAPPLIANCESFROM
ALL POWER
SOURCES BEFORE ATTEMPTING ANY
5.0
Figure 5.0
CHECK FOR LINE/GRASS STOPPING
HEAD ROTATION (fig. 5.0)
Depending on the
environmental
conditions and the customer's operating procedures during trimmer use, the head
assembly could jam with debris, thus
stopping the head from turning or slowing it down.
5.01 CLEAN HEAD AND TEST (fig. 5.01)
Removeanydebris from about the head
assembly. While cleaning the headassembly, be sure to check the area between the
drum andthe motor for build-up. Refer
to section 1for further detailsonthe
automatic line feed assembly.
5.1
INSPECT UPPER TO LOWER HARNESS
CONNECTION (fig. 5.1)
Remove red cover from power pack case
by inserting a widebladescrew
driver
between theblackhandle andredcover
on both sides as shown and twist gently.
Lift cover forward, then up. The upper to
lower harness connection shouldbe secure.
24
Figure 5.01
Figure 5.1
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
\
5.11 SECURE UPPER TO LOWER HARNESS
CONNECTION (fig. 5.1 1)
Check that the connection is free of dirt
or
corrosion.
If reconnecting had no
effect,unplugtheconnector,
clean the
terminalsandretestthe
trimmer. I f any
of the wires or connectors aredamaged,
refer to section5.41 for upper wire harness replacement.
Figure 5.11
5.2
CHECK BATTERY CONNECTIONS (fig. 5-2)
The battery connections
should
be free of
dirt and corrosion.Insure that each battery lead wire is firmlyin place onthe
proper battery terminal.
NOTE: The
largest
(red wire).
5.31REPLACE
5.21 SECURE BATTERYCONNECTIONS
battery lead wire firmly in
the appropriate
battery
ter-
BATTERYCHARGER
Replace a faulty charger with a genuine
TORO charger, part # 33-6730.
terminal is positive
Figure 5.2
Plug
each
place
on
minal.
Figure
5.3
5.4
CHECKCHARGEROUTPUTATBATTERY
CONNECTIONS (fig. 5.4)
Disconnect battery leads from battery.
Plug the battery charger into the receptacle
on the bottom of the battery case andinto
a 110 voltoutlet
(makesureswitched
outlets are turned on). Using a voltmeter set for a 10 V.D.C. test, connect
the negative voltmeter lead to thesmall
batteryterminal.The charger output indicated on thevoltmeter scale mustexceed 5.0 volts.
NOTE: Thelargest
terminal is positive
(red wire). I f securing them did not repair
thetrimmer, clean thebatteryterminals
and retest the trimmer. In the event that
any of the wires or connectors are damaged,
refer to section5.41 for upper wire harness replacement.
5.3
TEST OUTPUTVOLTAGE OF BATTERY
CHARGER (fig. 5.3)
Test the charger with a voltmeter. Set the
tester for a 10 V.D.C. test. Connect the
voltmeter leads to the chargerwires as
shown.Plug the charger into a 110 volt
outlet (make sure switchedoutlets are on)
andread the charger output on the voltmeterscale. A goodcharger will show a t
least 5.0 volts D.C. output.
Figure 5.4
25
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
E. Remove the battery pack (fig.
5.41 d).
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
H. Replace the wiring harness (fig.
5.41f).
c.
Insert
the
short
end of the
spring into the
hole
in the
trigger release.
The
coil of
fit over the
thespringmust
plastic boss in the case (fig.
5.41i).
Figure 5.41i
Figure 5.41f
I.
To save time later, the switch should
be tested a t this point. Refer to section 2.8 for procedures.
J. To replace the trigger release, trigger
and spring, proceed as follows:
a.
d. Place thetrigger over thelong
end of the spring. Put the trigger boss into thehole in the
case. Carefully hold the trigger in this position and let go of
the springandtriggerrelease
(Fig. 5.41j).
Note that on theinside of the
trigger release there is a small
hole. This hole acceptstheshort
end of the spring (fig. 5.419g).
Figure 5.41j
e.
Place theremaining half of the
battery case
over
thetrigger
mechanism,assuring the charging receptacleis in place. Secure
the case halves (fig. 5.41 k).
Figure 5.41g
b. Lay the left half of the battery
case on a work bench in a steady
position and install the trigger
release in position (fig. 5.41h).
Figure
5.41
h
Figure 5.41k
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SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
5.5CHARGEBATTERY
TEST (fig. 5.5)
FOR 48 HOURS AND
To test the Power Pack, the battery must
be in place and connected inside the trimmer.Connect a voltmeter (set for a 10
V.D.C. test) to the battery wiring harness;
large terminal is positive, small is negative.
Withthe trimmer cutting head in a safe
position, squeeze the trigger and read the
voltmeter scale. A readingbelow 6 volts
means that the battery is defective and
should be replaced.
Figure 5.61
5.7
SPIN MOTOR BY HAND
Spin the motor with your hand and notice
the feel of the armature; it should turn
freely. Visually check for excessive commutator wear, armature end-play and bearing to shaft fit. A bindingor scraping sound
whenthe motor is turned could be evidence of a badbearing or a deformed
drum.
I
A deformed drum means that plastic deformation has occurred to the druma t the
motor shaft. The drum may have slipped
up the motor shaft. A tell-tale sign would
be the spool not located inside the drum
is deformed
correctly. When thedrum
it must be replaced.
Figure 5.5
5.51 REPLACE BATTERYANDCHARGE
48 HOURS
5.71 CHECK DRUM (fig. 5.71)
FOR
After removing the battery as outlined in
C, D, E), install
section5.41(stepsA,
the new battery in reverse order.
DON’T FORGET: Charge the new battery
for 48 hours beforeputting it to use!
5.6
INSPECT MOTOR
Remove all the screws that hold the housingstogether.
Gently separate the two
halves and inspect the motor for charred
or broken wires, etc.
5.61REPLACEMOTOR
(fig. 5.61)
When replacing the motor it is necessary
to remove the automatic line feedassembly. Refer to section 1 for headdisassembly. To removethewireconnectors, use
wire cutters and nip the connector in the
center of the factory crimp; now pull the
wires out.
28
Figure 5.71
5.72REPLACE DRUM
SERIAL NOS. 800001-91 15104
After removing the spool, driver, core and
spring as described in section 1, pry the
spool off the shaft. Note that the motor
shaft has a flat side to line up inside the
drum.
- -
SERVICEINSTRUCTIONS
SERIAL NOS. 9115105 & UP
After removing the spool, driver, core and
spring, the drum will slide off the motor
shaft. Install the new drum and reassemble.
5.73 BAD BEARING - REPLACE MOTOR OR
TRIMMER
To pin-point a defective bearing,inspect
a t the bearing.
for a burned or charred shaft
Carefully watch the bearing; it should not
spin in its casing. Lubricatethebearing
while turning the motor; a drop of 30
oil may be all that is needed to free-up
the motor. If thebearing is a t fault, replace the motor as persection2.1 1, or
replace the trimmer if inwarranty.
wt.
5.8
CHECK HARNESSCONNECTIONS AT
MOTOR
Visualinspectionalone
willnot suffice.
Try moving the wiresat the motor connections; the wires may slip out of the connectors.
5.81 SECURE MOTORCONNECTIONS
(fig. 5.81)
Secure the loose connectionsat the motor
by recrimping the existing connectors or
installing newones.
!only.
Note:
use electrical crimping pliers
Do notuse sidecutters or wire cutters.
Figure 5.9
REPLACE LOWER HARNESS
To replacelowerharness,disconnect the
upper to lower harness. Cutthe motor
terminals a t the factory crimp and pull the
wires out. Pull the harness out ofthe tube.
Install the new harness. Caution shouldbe
taken so that wires are not pinched when
replacing themotor housings.
TEST SWITCH CONNECTIONS
Pull gently on the wiresleading into the
switch to be certain of firm connections.
SECURE LOOSE CONNECTIONS
If any of the wires leading to the switch
areloose, re-install them firmly onto the
switch. I f they do not stay on, carefully
squeeze thewireterminals
with pliers
to close the ears of the terminal.
TEST SWITCH (figs. 6.1a, 6.1b)
Open the battery case as described in section 5.41.Disconnectthewireson
the
switch. Connect the -tester leads as shown
and activate the switch. There should be
continuity only when theswitch is depressed.
Figure 5.81
5.9
TEST LOWER HARNESS (fig. 5.9)
Withthebattery
cover off, unplugthe
upper to lower harness. Insert one of the
probes of a continuity tester into either
of thelower
harness
leads.
Insertthe
othertesterprobe
into theproperconnector a t the motor (note lead wire to
color). Check both leads for complete
circuits.
Figure 6.1a
SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS
h
Figure 6.2a
tester lead to the
(Test2)Connectone
black wire battery terminal and the other
to theupper
harness connector(black
test
should
showcontinuity.
wire). The
Figure 6.1b
6.11 REPLACE SWITCH
Install the new switch by replacingthe
wires on the terminals (refer to the trimmer wiring schematic). Correctly position
the switch in the handle grip. Care should
be taken as not to pinch any wires when
securing the
handle
grips. See section
5.41 for case assembly.
6.2TEST
UPPER HARNESS (figs. 6.2a, 6.2b)
Remove the battery cover. Disconnectboth
battery terminals and the upper to lower
harness connection.
(Test1)Using a continuity tester, insert
a probe into the upper harness connector
(red wire). Connect the other lead of the
tester to theredwire
battery terminal.
Activatetheswitch.
Thetestershould
show continuity.
Figure 6.2b
6.21 REPLACE UPPER HARNESS
See section 5.41 for proper instructions.
6.3
REPLACE MOTOR
Refer to section 2.11 for motor replacement.
..................... 32-33
......................... 34-35
.................... 36-37
........................
38-39
.................... 40-41
........................ 42-43
................. 44-45
..................... 46-47
900 Trimmer/ Model No. 51 200 .8000001 .9000100
900 Trimmer/Model No.. 51225 .9000101 & Up
1100 Trimmer/Model No. 51300 .8000001 .9000100
1100 Trimmer/Model No. 51325 .9000101 & Up
1200 Trimmer / Model No. 51400 .8000001 .9000100
1200 Trimmer/Model No. 51425 .9000101 & Up
CordlessTrimmer/Model No. 51550 .8000001 .9115104
Cordless Trimmer/ Model No 51550 .91 15105 & Up
.
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TORO TRIMMER 900 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51200 - 8000001 & UP
PARTS
Part No.
32456
29-8290
29-7220
29-7660
29-8270
29-7400
29-8300
32104-121
7
Description
Left Hand Grip
Upper Wiring Harness
Single Speed Switch
Main Wiring Harness
Caution Decal
Tube
Screw
No.
Ref. - 7
Used
No.
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
9
10
11
12
13
2
D e s c r i p t i o n
32 104-119 Screw
Right Hand Grip
29-8280
32104-1 18Screw
Extension CordWire Clamp
29-7270
Extension Cord Retainer
29-7280
Serial Number Plate
29-8340
No.
Used
1
1
2
1
1
1
TORO TRIMMER 900 M O T O R A N D HOUSING ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51200 - 8000001 & UP
PARTS
I
Part No.
29-8170
2 18-496
29-8150
29-8180
32121-88
29-8210
33-5870
29-8230
29-8 120
3290-418
Description
No.
Right Motor Housing
Wire Connector
Motor
Left Motor Housing
Roll Pin
Fan Hub with Eyelet
Toro 900 Decal
Compression Spring
Spool Core
Retaining Ring
11
12
13
14
1
1
1
15
16
17
Part No.
Description
Driver
Empty Spool
50', .040" Cutting Line
in Coil
50', .040" Cutting Line
88004
prewound on Spool
Shield with Cut-off Blade
29-8310
32104-120 Screws
Screws
29-8130
29-8110
88002
42
33
TORO TRIMMER 900 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51225 - 9000101 & UP
8
PARTS
Part No.
33-8570
33-8520
29-7660
338560
4
34
Description
Pigtail Plug
Left Hand Grip
Switch
Wiring Harness
No
used
1
1
1
1
Description
33-8550
5
338600
6
7 32104-121
338510
8
Tube
Decal (UL)
Screw
Right Hand Grip
No.
Used
1
1
5
1
TORO TRIMMER 900 M O T O R A N D HOUSING A S S E M B L Y
MODEL NO. 51225
9OOO101 & UP
PARTS
I:I
;d
SWUZ
Prewound Spool
Empty Spool
50' Coil - .040" Cutting
Line
G15~ji
Roll
Pin
I I
17
29-8230
33-8680
18
33-8630
19
20 32104-121
21
33-8710
Spring
Drum with Eyelet
Right
Hand
Housing
Screw
Grommet
TORO TRIMMER 1100 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51300 - 8000001 & UP
WIRING DIAGRAM
PARTS
Part No.
9
10
36
Ref.
No.
Description
32104-1 19 Screws
Right Hand Grip
29-7250
Screws
32104-118
Extension Cord Retainer
29-7280
Extension CordWire Clamp
29-7270
Left Hand Grip
29-7260
Upper
Wiring Harness
29-7220
Single
Speed
Switch
29-7660
Main
Wiring
Harness
29-7650
3296-1 2 Locknut
1
2
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Part No.
33-6140
29-7440
29-7680
29-7690
29-7670
3217-5
3250-11
33-61 30
29-7400
29-7730
Description
Lower Tubing
Screws
Cam Adjustment Lever
Spacer
Support Handle
Nut
Screw
Upper Tubing
Caution Decal
Serial Number Plate
TORO TRIMMER 1100 MOTOR AND HOUSING ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51300 - 8000001 & UP
I
-6
12
13
I
PARTS
Part No.
7
8
9
Description
32104-120 Screws
Roll Pin
32121-88
29-7610
Motor
2 18-496
Wire Connector
33-5860
Toro 1100 Decal
Left Motor Housing
29-7590
Fan Hub with Eyelet
29-7620
Retaining Ring
3290-418
Compression Spring
29-7 130
No.
Used
Part No.
6
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
3256-42
29-7 150
29-7 140
29-7380
88003
88005
29-7370
29-7600
Description
Washer
Spool Core
Driver
Empty Spool
50', .065" Cutting Line
in Coil
50', .065" Cutting Line
prewound on Spool
Shield with Cut Off Blade
Right Motor Housing
No.
Used
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
37
TOR0 TRIMMER 1100 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51325 - 9000101 & UP
PARTS
Ref.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
Part No.
Part No.
Description
Description
_
I
_
-
33-8570
33-8810
29-7660
33-8870
33-8900
33-5790
3296-12
Power Cord
Grip - Left Hand
Switch
Tube - Lower
Wiring Harness
Carriage Bolt
Locknut
12
13
33-8950
33-880
33-8890
19-4050
321 04-121
33-8810
Machine Screw
Tube - Upper
Adjustable Handle
Knob
Screw
Grip - Right Hand
TOR0 TRIMMER 1100 MOTOR AND HOUSING ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51325
- 9000101 &
UP
29
28
27
26
PARTS
Ref.
No.
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
Part No.
33-8910
218-496
33-8920
33-8850
321 21
88-00F
29-7380
88003
33-8940
Description
Motor
Wire Connectors
1100 Decal
Housing - Left Hand
Roll
-88 Pin
Prewound Spool
Empty Spool
50’ Coil - .065”Cutting Line
Saddle Clip
4
1
Description
Driver
Core
Spring
Drum with Eyelet
Screw
Shield
Screw
Housing - Right Hand
No.
Used
1
1
1
1
2
4
1
39
TOR0 TRIMMER 1200 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51400 - 8000001 & UP
UPPER
WIRING HARNESS
MOTOR
RECTIFIER
LOWER
WIRINGHARNESS
WIRING DIAGRAM
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II
PARTS
32104-119
1
29-7250
2
3 32104-118
29-7280
4
29-7270
5
29-7260
6
29-7220
7
29-7360
8
9 29-7210
10 3296-12
29-7290
11
40
No.
Description
Used
Screws
Right Hand Grip
Screws
Extension Cord Retainer
Extension Cord Wire Clamp
Left Hand Grip
Upper Wiring Harness
Two Speed Switch
Main Wiring Harness
Locknut
Cord Bracket Assembly
3
1
Ref.
No.
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
2
21
2
22
Part No.
32144-28
29-7230
29-7340
33-5790
29-7440
29-7320
29-7470
19-4050
29-7240
29-7400
29-7480
Description
Self Tapping Screw
Lower Tubing
Handle Bracket
Carriage Bolt
Screws
Tee Handle
Rubber Insert
Handle Release Knob
Upper Tubing
Caution Decal
Serial Number Plate
No.
Used
2
1
2
1
2
1
4
1
1
1
1
PARTS
-Ref.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Part No.
32 104-120
32121-88
29-7110
3255-1 7
3219-14
29-7080
33-5850
29-7050
29-7090
3290-41 8
29-7130
No.
Used
Ref.
No.
Part No.
Screws
Roll Pin
Bridge Rectifier Assembly
Lockwasher
Jam Nut
Motor
Tor0 1200 Decal
Left Motor Housing
Fan Hub with Eyelets
6
12
13
14
15
16
3256-42
29-7 150
29-7 140
29-7380
88003
Retaining Ring
Compression Spring
1
1
Description
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
17
18
19
88006
29-7370
29-7060
Description
Washer
Spool Core
No.
Used
1
.
Driver
Empty Spool
50'. .065" Cutting Line
in Coil
50'. .65" Cutting Line
Prewound onSpool
Shield with Cut-Off Blade
Right Motor Housing
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
41
TOR0 TRIMMER 1200 HANDLE ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51425
- 9000101 & UP
Motor
ref.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
42
Part No.
33-8570
33-8811
29-7360
29-7440
33-91 30
3296-12
33-9210
33-91 50
33-5790
Description
Power Cord
Left Hand Grip
Two Speed Switch
Hex H.D. Screw
Wiring Harness
Locknut
Decal
Bracket
Carriage Bolt
I
PARTS
No.
Used
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
PartNo.
Description
Lower Tube
Tubing Sleeve
Upper Tube
Tee Handle
Knob
19-4050
Rubber Insert
29-7470
321 04-121 Screw
Right Hand Grip
33-8821
33-9180
TOR0 TRIMMER 1200 MOTOR AND HOUSING ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51425
- 9000101 &
UP
31
30
29
PARTS
~-
Ref.
No.
--
Part No.
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
29-7081
218-496
33-91 70
29-7052
33-9240
29-7 1 30
33-6230
29-7 140
Description
.
Motor
Wire Connectors
Decal 1200
Left Hand Housing
Drum with Eyelets
Spring
Core
Driver
No.
Usded
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
Ref:
. ~ _ _ I _ . -
No.
Part No.
26
27
33-8940
88006
29-7380
88003
32121-88
33-9110
32104-120
29-7062
28
29
30
31
Description
Saddle Clip
Prewound Spool
Empty Spool
50’ Coil - .065”Cutting Line
Roll Pin
Shield with Cut Off Blade
Screw
Right Hand Housing
!
No.
Used
43
TOR0 CORDLESS TRlMMER UPPER CASE ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51550 - 8000001 & UP
PARTS
c-
Ref.
No.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Not
44
Part No.
Trigger
Trigger Lock
Spring
Switch
Upper Wiring Harness
Handle and Battery Case Left Hand
32104-121 Screw
Battery
33-6650
Control Panel
33-6540
33-6630
33-6620
33-6670
33-6610
33-6710
33-6700
Illustrated
Ref.
No.
Part No.
1
1
1
1
1
10
11
12
13
14
33-6770
33-6780
33-6550
32144-30
33-6600
1
6
1
1
15
32104-118
33-6730
33-6830
Description
*
Description
Decal, Control Panel
Toro Decal
Cover
Screw
Handle and Battery Case Right Hand
Screw
Charger
Foam Pad
No.
Used
1
2
1
4
1
2
1
1
TOR0 CORDLESS TRIMMER MOTOR HOUSING ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51550 - 8000001 & UP
IS
PARTS
I
Description
32144-31
33-6530
88014
Part No.
Lower Wiring Harness
Tubing
Left Motor Housing
Screw
.040" Cutting Line in Coil
Empty Spool
20", .040" Cutting Line
prewound on spool
Driver
13
14
15
16
1
1
Description
29-8120
33-6840
33-6750
33-6580
33-6590
2 18-496
33-6760
Spool Core
Compression Spring
Drum (including eyelet)
Heat Sink Casting
Motor
Wire Connectors
Rt.Motor Housing including
Cut off Blade
32 104-1 23Screw
No.
Used
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
I
45
TORO CORDLESS TRIMMER UPPER CASE ASSEMBLY
MODELNO.51550-911510581&UP
10
PARTS
Description
Description
_--
~-
Trigger
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
46
Trigger Release
33-6620
33-6670 Spring
Switch
33-6610
Wiring Harness
33-9660
Left Handle and Battery Case
33-6700
321 04-121Screws
32144-30 Self Tapping Screws
1
4
33-6540
Battery
Foam Pad
Control Panel
Control Panel Decal
Cover
Right Handle and Battery Case
Screws
TOR0 CORDLESS TRIMMER MOTOR HOUSING ASSEMBLY
MODEL NO. 51550 - 9115105 & UP
PARTS
Part No.
33-9750
33-6660
33-6720
33-6560
3250-18
88014
33-6530
88002
33-9720
Ref,
No.
Description
Motor
Tube
Lower Wiring Harness
Left Hand Housing
Screws
Prewound Spool
Empty Spool
50' Coil - .040"Cutting Line
Driver
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
PartNo.
Description
29-8120
Core
Spring
Drum with Eyelet
Drum Cup
Heat Sink Casting
Wire Connectors
Screws
Right Hand Motor Housing
with Cut Off Blade
33-6840
33-9760
33-9730
33-9740
218-496
32104-123
33-6760
I
No.
Used
Form No. 3710-139
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