OPERATOR’S MANUAL & PARTS LIST MODEL – THFST FOLDING SACK TRUCK Spares & Support: 01793 333212 Please read & understand this manual, paying particular attention to the safety instructions, before use. The manufacturer reserves the right to change the product specification and livery according to continued product improvements. 193841001 29/05/2015 CONTENTS SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS SPECIFICATIONS MAINTENANCE PARTS DIAGRAM PARTS LIST GUARANTEE SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS Read and understand the owner’s manual and labels affixed to the machine. Learn its application and limitations as well as the specific potential hazards. Retain these instructions for future reference. The operator is responsible for following the warnings & instructions in this manual and on the product. Preperation 1. Keep the work area tidy & well lit. 2. Never carry out alterations or modifications to this product. 3. Always load evenly with the centre of gravity of the load as near the centre and rear of the plate as possible. 4. Obtain additional support for large or wide loads to prevent tipping. 5. Do not transport tall loads, which may impair your forward view. 6. Take care that the heaviest part of a tall load is to the bottom of the truck touching the frame. 7. When stacking loads ensure that the height of the stack does not extend above the handle. 8. DO NOT overload the truck - see Specification. 9. DO NOT leave unattended, especially when loaded, unless the wheels are chocked or the truck is otherwise secured. 10. DO NOT use truck on uneven ground and do not run over curbs or steps - use a ramp. 11. DO NOT allow others to ride on the truck. 12. DO NOT use the truck if any part is damaged, paying particular attention to the wheels Use 1. Check and inflate the tyres. We recommend the use of FOOT or HAND inflation devices only. Do not inflate above 30psi. 2. Fold down the toe plate ready to accept a load. 3. The handle can be extended by compressing the tabs on the central bar and pulling up on the handle. Pull upwards until a 'click' is heard where location pins have been housed in location holes. 4. IMPORTANT! DO NOT overload the sack truck. DO NOT try to carry loads that make the truck unstable. 5. Slowly lean the sack truck backwards to take the weight of the load. 6. Proceed at a safe speed especially at corners where there could be a danger of the load shifting. 7. Extra care should be taken on inclined surfaces. 8. Where there is a curb or step, a ramp should be used. 9. After use fold up the toe plate and retract the handles by compressing the tabs on the central bar and applying downward pressure to the handle. 10. Store in a safe dry place. 11. Periodically check all fittings are tight and the wheels are secure. 12. The toe plate does not lock when in an upright/folded position. Store the truck with the toe plate folded and facing a wall or similar structure to prevent the toe plate falling unexpectedly. SPECIFICATION Model Product Number Weight Max Capacity Wheel Diameter Tyre (Diameter/Depth) Tyre Rating Tyre Maximum PSI Height (Folded/Unfolded) Overall Width (including tyres) Toe Plate Dimensions (Width/Depth) THFST 193841001 12kg 200kg 120mm 260mm/85mm 2 Ply 30PSI 800mm/1130mm 480mm 310mm/285mm The manufacturer reserves the right to change the product specification and livery according to continued product improvements. MAINTENANCE Store the Folding Sack Truck in a dry area Maintenance spray or multi-purpose grease can be applied to the height tabs on the central bar and wheels prior to storing. Prior to using the Folding Sack Truck, ensure the tyres are sufficiently inflated. We recommend the use of FOOT or HAND inflation devices only. Do not inflate above 30psi. PARTS DIAGRAM & PARTS LIST No Part No Description Qty 1 TH124-1 Wheel Assembly (including tyre) 2 2 TH124-2 Push on Fix For Wheel 2 GJ HANDY & CO LTD USER WARRANTY POLICY 1. Users Statement of Warranty Each new machine is warranted against defective material or assembly of material under normal usage. The warranty applies to the original purchaser and covers faulty parts and the labour involved in replacing and repairing those parts, which are of original manufacture. 2. Period of Warranty All Webb, Handy Pro (Brushcutter & Long Handle Hedgecutter only) and Sanli domestic products 2 years from the original date of sale to the first domestic user. 90 days from the original date of sale to the professional/commercial user. 90 days from the original date of sale when used for hire. Engines as per the manufacturer’s warranty statement which will be supplied with the machine. 1 year from the original date of purchase for Replacement Spare Parts (unless normal wear & tear component, which are covered for 90 days). All machines’ must be serviced within the first 12 months from the original date of purchase to comply with the warranty, failure to do so will invalidate the 2 nd year of the warranty. A reduced warranty period of ninety days applies to those items which are subject to normal wear and tear (e.g. wheels, tyres, cutter bars, cylinders, bottom blades, belts, cables, grass bags, spark plugs). All Handy, Handy Pro (All others), Mowerland and Q-Garden domestic products 1 year from the original date of sale to the first domestic user. 90 days from the original date of sale to the professional/commercial user. 90 days from the original date of sale when used for hire. Engines as per the manufacturer’s warranty statement which will be supplied with the machine. 1 year from the original date of purchase for Replacement Spare Parts (unless normal wear & tear component, which are covered for 90 days). A reduced warranty period of ninety days applies to those items which are subject to normal wear and tear (e.g. wheels, tyres, cutter bars, cylinders, bottom blades, belts, cables, grass bags, spark plugs). All warranty repairs must be undertaken by an authorised service dealer. These dealers have been accredited by GJ Handy & Co Ltd and agree to only use genuine parts and follow our repair procedures. GJ Handy & Co Ltd reserve the right to change specifications and/or price without notice Version 1 07-14 GJ HANDY & CO LTD USER WARRANTY POLICY 3. Not covered by this warranty The warranty policy does not cover any depreciation or damages caused by ordinary wear, rusting or corrosion, lack of correct maintenance or operation, misuse, abuse, lack of transportation or accident. The warranty policy does not cover any costs necessary for the standard periodic maintenance services instructed by the operators manual, or service parts replacement which would include oil, filters, tyres, belts, brake linings, fuses, blades, seals and other service parts unless it can be proven that the item has evidence of faulty manufacture. The warranty policy will not cover failure or damage caused as a result of parts or accessories being modified without the written approval of GJ Handy & Co Ltd. The warranty policy will not cover the unit if non-genuine parts have been fitted and as a result damage has occurred to the unit. The warranty policy is non transferable and is only applicable to the original purchaser. 4. Disclaimer This warranty is only a remedy for defect of products. GJ Handy & Co Ltd will never warranty in terms of the merchantability or the fitness for a particular purpose. No person is authorised to make any warranties, representations or promises, expressed or implied, on behalf of GJ Handy & Co Ltd, or to modify the terms conditions or limitation of this warranty policy in any way. Neither GJ Handy & Co Ltd nor any company affiliated with GJ Handy & Co Ltd shall be liable in any event or manner whatsoever for incidental or consequential damages or injuries, including, but not limited to, loss of crops, loss of profit, out of pocket expenses or profits, rental of substitute equipment or other commercial losses. 5. General Most warrantable failures show up within the first few weeks of use. These failures are usually straightforward and warranty assessment is relatively easy. Failures relating to cutter decks and belts need careful investigation, as the cause may not always be straightforward. Look for damage to blades and pulleys especially when the cutter belt or blade boss have snapped or cracked as this could be due to impact damage. Customers should always refer to the operator/instruction manual when any disputed problem arises, you will find most areas covered within the manual. GJ Handy & Co Ltd reserve the right to change specifications and/or price without notice Version 1 07-14 To order spare parts and see the complete range of garden machinery and garden equipment from Handy, visit: www.thehandy.co.uk Spares & Support: 01793 333212 This symbol on the product or on its packaging indicates that this product may not be treated as household waste. Instead it shall be handed over to the applicable collection point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. For more detailed information about recycling of this product, please contact your local council office, your household waste disposal service or shop where you purchased the product.