Toro 1100 Electric Trimmer User manual

Toro 1100 Electric Trimmer User manual
FORM NO. 3311-752 Rev. D
OPERATOR'S
MANUAL
MODEL NO. 51325-1000001
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TORO TRIMMER 1100
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To assure optimum performance, and to gain knowledge of the Trimmer, it
is essential that you or any other operator of the Trimmer read and under-
stand the contents of this manual before operating Trimmer. Pay particular
attention to the instructions highlighted by the black safety symbol. Failure
to comply with the safety instructions may result in personal injury.
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1. Read and understand Operator's
Manual before using Trimmer. Be thor-
oughly familiar with proper use of the
Trimmer.
2. Never allow children to operate the
Trimmer. It is not a toy. Never allow
adults to operate unit without first read-
ing the Operator's Manual.
3. Always wear safety goggles or other
suitable eye protection,
4. Never operate the Trimmer in wet
or damp conditions.
5. Do not use in rain.
6. Keep area of operation clear of
all persons, particularly small children
and pets.
7. Dress properly - Do not wear loose
clothing or jewelry. They can be caught
in moving parts. Always wear substantial
footwear and long pants.
8. Use the right appliance — Do not
use the appliance for any job except
that for which it was intended,
9. To prevent electric shock, use only
an extension cord suitable for outdoor
use, Rep'ace damaged extension cord
immediately.
10. Extension cord — To prevent dis-
connection of the power supply cord
from the extension cord during oper-
ation, properly connect extension cord
with pigtail power cord,
11. Avoid unintentional starting — Do
not carry plugged-in Trimmer with
finger on switch.
12. Don’t abuse cord — Never yank
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cord to disconnect from receptacle.
Keep cord away from heat, oil and
sharp edges. Replace damaged cords.
13. Don't force the Trimmer — It will
do the job better and safer at the rate
for which it was designed.
14. Always be sure of your footing;
keep a firm hold on the handle and
walk, never run.
15. Stop the motor and unplug the
supply cord whenever you leave the
Trimmer, before cleaning the housing
and when making any repairs or in-
spections.
16. When not in use, store your Trimmer
in a dry place out of the reach of children.
17. Keep all fasteners tight to be sure
the Trimmer is in safe working condition.
18. Never operate without proper guards
or other protective safety devices in place.
19. Do not put hands or feet near or
under rotating parts. Keep clear at all
times.
20. If the Trimmer should start to vibrate
abnormally, stop the motor and check
immediately for the cause. Vibration
is generally a warning of trouble.
21. Do not operate your TORO Trimmer
after it has been dropped or damaged.
Return it to your nearest authorized
service dealer for inspection and repair.
22. When servicing use only identical
replacement parts. Replace or repair
damaged cords.
COPYRIGHT © ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
The Toro Company — 1980, Rev. 1981, 1983, 1984, 1986
MINNEAPOLIS, MN 55420 = USA
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Assembly Instructions
Install Support Handle NOTE: Internal wiring may interfere
1. Remove and discard shipping bush- with installation of capscrews. Using
ings inserted in upper and lower handle alignment pin (included in loose parts
tubes. Inspect the open internal wiring, bag), carefully route internal wiring
if damaged do not assemble; contact away from aligned holes (Fig. 4).
your service dealer.
2. Slide support handle over open a
internal wiring and position on upper :
tube (Fig. 1).
Alignment
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2. Secure with capscrew and locknut
and tighten until all play between tubes
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3. Fit carriage bolt through support
handle and secure to upper tube by
tightening black knob (Fig. 2).
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3. Support handle may now be adjust-
ed to desired operating position by
loosening black knob, sliding handle to
Figure 2 desired height and retightening (Fig. 2).
Attach Upper to Lower Tubes
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1. Wiring harness is flexible. Form 1. Place grass shield over trimmer head
loop (Fig. 3). Insert upper loop in upper assembly.
tube. Insert lower loop in lower tube |
Fit upper tube over lower tube and align
screw holds.
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Lower Loop
Lower Tube
Upper Loop
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Assembly Instructions (cont.)
2. Tilt grass shield so that back side of
shield is under locking shelf.
Figure 7
3. Push front side of grass shield down
and align screw holes. Tightenwithscrews.
4. Remove tape from cutoff blade.
Figure 8
A caution: Grass shield should be
kept on Trimmer to prevent foreign
material or debris from being thrown
into operator zone.
Before Operating
Cutting Line
NOTE: The cutting line for your Trim-
mer is a special monofilament line. Your
Trimmer comes complete with a 50 foot
supply of this line already wound onto
the spool.
1. To avoid line tangle during: ship-
ment the tip of the monofilament line
has been taped to the head assembly.
The tape must be removed before
operation (Fig. 9).
Securing Pigtail Power Cord
NOTE: The proper extension cord is a
requirement for safe and efficient use of
your Toro 1100 Trimmer. Use only a U.L.
listed extension cord or equivalent cord,
recommended for outdoor use with a
maximum length of 100 feet (minimum
16 gauge).
1. Secure the pigtail power cord and a
suitable extension cord as shown in fig-
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Operating Instructions
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Your Trimmer will cut grass and small
weeds in difficult and hard to reach
places. However, since this tool provides
a totally new method of cutting, you
will most likely experience some line
breakage during your first few uses. As
you learn the trimming techniques, you
will be able to cut areas around trees,
shrubs, foundation walls, along fences,
sidewalks, patios, etc., with minimal
line fatigue or line break age.
1. Inspect area to be trimmed for any
wire, cord or string-like matter which
could become entangled in the rotating
line,
2. Lay out the extension cord so that
it won't be in your way and to prevent
kinking or tangling.
3. Trim only when grass and weeds are
dry.
4. Slowly move unit into and out of
area being cut, maintaining unit at
desired cutting height. This can be
either a foward-backward or side-to-
side motion (Figs. 11 & 12).
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5, Grass in excess of 8 inches tall or
small weeds should be cut by working
from the top to the bottom in small
increments to avoid premature line wear.
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6. Whenever possible cut to your left.
When cutting to the left, the unit's
cutting efficiency is somewhat better
since the line is contacting the grass as
soon as it leaves the guard, and the
clippings are moving away from the
operator,
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7. DO NOT FORCE THE UNIT.
Allow the very tip of the nylon
line to do the cutting (especially along
walls). Cutting with more than the tip
will reduce cutting efficiency and
overload the motor (Fig. 13).
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8. The life of your cutting line is de-
pendent upon following the above trim-
ming techniques, as well as what is being
cut, and where the cutting is being done.
For example, line will wear faster when
trimming against a foundation wall as
opposed to trimming around a tree.
Some line breakage will occur from
moving unit too fast, from entangle-
ment with foreign matter, from normal
line fatigue, and from attempting to cut
thick, stalky weeds in excess of unit's
capability. As cutting line wears, for best
performance, lengthen as indicated in
Lengthening Cutting Line procedure.
Operating Instructions (Continued)
9. Never drag the Trimmer spool cap
on the ground while trimming. This
causes motor overload and spool cap
wear.
10. After each use, either retape or loop
the line through the eyelet (see figure 14)
to prevent unraveling.
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Lengthening Cutting Line
1. To lengthen line, firmly tap spool
on the ground while the motor contin-
ues to run. The line will be fed from the
spool and cut off to the proper length
by the cutting knife attached to the
shield (Fig. 15).
Remember to keep the Trimmer ‘on’
while lengthening the line. Just tap the
Trimmer on the ground; do not hold it
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on the ground. After the tap and the
line has been fed out, wait until you
hear the line being cut to the proper
length before continuing to trim.
NOTE: To prevent line tangle, never tap
more than once at a time,
2. Lengthen line only when line has
been shortened by wear. Unnecessary
lengthening will waste line.
NOTE: The spool cap may wear during
normal use of the line advance feature
and may require occasional replacement.
Spools prewound with 50 feet of cutting
line are available through your Toro
retailer.
AN cxuvion: Use only .065”
dia. nylon monofilament cutting
line.
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Replacing Cutting Line
Replacement line or prewound replace-
ment spools can be purchased from your
local TORO retailer. The cutting line
used by TORO is specially formulated
for use on your trimmer, Other line may
not provide the same high quality
performance.
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2. To remove empty spool, insert
widest possible blade screw driver
snugly into one of the two window slots.
With screw driver pressed firmly into
window slot twist screw driver 1/4 turn.
Spool will snap off (Fig. 16).
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3 To rewind empty spool, follow
the steps below:
A. Hook one end of line into groove on
spool allowing no more than 1/8
inch of line to protrude. Wind line
in direction of arrows on spool in
level rows between spool flanges
(Fig. 17).
Figure 17
Do not wind more than 50 feet of
line onto spool. Do not use line
over .065"” diameter.
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C. Keep line tight on spool by making
a hook in the line and secure in
groove (Fig. 17).
NOTE: Before reassembly, be sure
to thorougly clean out drum area
and visually inspect for any dam-
aged or worn parts.
The spool and the core are keyed.
Be sure they are properly aligned
when putting spool back on. Thread
end of line through eyelet, place
spool on keyed core and push in
place until you hear it click. Pull
line free from groove in spool.
Unwind no more than three inches
from spool (Fig. 18).
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eyelet, refeed cutting line through eye-
let by pushing spool in as far as it will
go and threading line back through
eyelet. Or you may remove spool com-
pletely, refeed the line through the
eyelet and reassemble spool to Trimmer
(Fig. 19).
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General Maintenance
1. Always be sure your Trimmer is
unplugged and stopped before attempt-
ing any maintenance.
2. To keep the exterior clean, just
wipe it off with a damp cloth — never
hose it down.
3. Wipe or scrape clean the drum and
spool area any time there is an accumu-
lation of dirt or cuttings.
4. Check and tighten all fasteners. If
any part is damaged, repair or replace it.
6. Air exhaust vent is located on under-
side of shield. Scrape vent clean regularly.
6. Wipe debris away from air intake
holes in motor housing.
IMPORTANT: Keeping intake and ex-
haust vents free of grass and debris, will
help prevent motor overheating and
possible failure.
7. Any other
performed by
Service Dealer,
should be
authorized Toro
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Identification and Ordering
The Trimmer has two identification
numbers: a model number and a serial
number. The two numbers are stamped
into a plate attached to the handle tube
assembly, In any correspondence con-
cerning the Trimmer, supply the model
and serial numbers to assure that correct
information and replacement parts are
obtained.
To order replacement parts from an
Authorized TORO Service Dealer, supply
the following information.
1. Model and serial numbers of the
Trimmer.
2. Part number, description and quan-
tity of part(s)desired.
NOTE: Do not order by reference
number if a parts catalog is being used;
use PART NUMBER.
Accessories
| Part No. Description
33-7930 Prewound Spool
29-7380 Empty Spool
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Lo. THE TORO PROMISE
— TORO TRIMME R/WEEDER
> A FULL ONE YEAR WARRANTY
y The Tore Company warrants your TORO Product against defects in material
4 от workmanship, Dunng the warranty period, Toro will, at its option, replace
y a defective product with a new or rebuilt unit, or will repair or replace any
y defective pares, The following time periods from the date of purchase apply.
4 Residential: коло AA aa FRE BEN EY 1 Year
Ч Residential Products Used Commercially . ....... ... 45 Davs
4 The cost of replacement or repair as included, but be customer pays the
т transportation costs,
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2 Should you feel your TORO Product is defective and wish to rely on The
m Toro Promise, you may return it to:
A a The original place of purchase
2. A TORO Electrical Service Dealer
OR
3. The Toro Service Center
21350 Cedar Ave. So.
Lakeville, MN 55044
{Postage Prepaid)
Upon return of your unit to one of the above, it will be inspected and you
will he advised whether the product is defective. If defective, arrangements
will be made for repair or replacement without extra charge to you.
If for any reason you are dissatisfied with the analysis of the defect or the
Service performed, You may contact us,
Write: TORO Customer Service Department
#111 Lyndale Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55420
THERE 15 NO OTHER EXPRESS WARRANTY
THE TORO COMPANY IS NOT LIABLE FOR INDIRECT OR CONSE-
QUENTIAL DAMAGES IN CONNECTION WITH THE USE OF THE
PRODUCT,
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or
consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not
apply to you,
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This Warranty applies only to parts or components which are defective and
does not cover repairs necessary due to normal wear, misuse, accidents, or
lack of proper maintenance. Regular, routine maintenance of the unit ro
keep it in proper operating condition is the responsibility of the owner,
All warranty repairs reimbursable under The Toro Promise must be per-
formed by a TORO Electrical Service Dealer using Toro approved
replacement parts,
Repairs or attempted repairs hy anvone other than a TORO Electrical
Service Dealer are not reimbursable under The Toro Promise, In addition,
these unauthorized repair attempts may result in additional malfunctions,
the correction of which is not covered by warranty.
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This warranty gives vou specific legal rights, and you may also have other
rights which vary from state to state.
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COUNTRIES OTHER THAN THE UNITED STATES OR CANADA
Customers who have purchased TORO with your Distributors service or have
products exported from the United States difficulty obtaining guaranteeinformation,
or Canada should contact their TORO contact the TORO importer. Hf all other
Distributor (Dealer) to obtain guarantee remedies fail, you may contact us at The
policies for your country, province or Toro Company.
state. If for any reason you are dissatisfied
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