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Serenelife PSLGR18 Sports and Outdoors Manual


Serenelife PSLGR18 Sports and Outdoors Manual

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Safety Instructions

General safety regulations for electric tools
This equipment is not designed to be used by people (including children) with limited physical, sensory, or mental capacities or those with no experience and/or knowledge unless they are supervised by a person who is responsible for their safety or they have received instructions from such a person in how to use the equipment safely. Children must always be supervised in order to ensure that they do not play with the equipment.

Workplace safety

  • Keep your work area clean and well-illuminated. Untidy or unlit work areas can result in accidents.
  • Do not use this tool in a potentially explosive environment containing combustible liquids, gases, or dust. Electric tools generate sparks, which can in turn ignite dust or vapors.
  • Keep children and other persons away from the electric tool while it is being used. Allowing yourself to get distracted can cause you to lose control of the tool.
  • The tool’s connector plug must be able to fit into the socket outlet. Do not modify the plug in any way! Do not use adapter plugs in conjunction with electrically grounded tools. Unmodified plugs and matching socket outlets reduce the risk of an electric shock.
  • Avoid touching grounded surfaces, such as those of pipes/tubes, heaters, cookers, and refrigerators. There is an increased risk of getting an electric shock if you are electrically grounded.
  • Keep the tool away from rain and moisture/wet conditions. Penetration of water into an electric tool increases the risk of an electric shock.
  • Do not use the cable to carry the tool, hang it up, or pull the plug out of the socket. Keep the cable away from sources of heat, oil, sharp edges, and moving tool parts. A damaged or tangled cable increases the risk of an electric shock.
  • The earth-leakage circuit breaker reduces the risk of an electric shock.


  • Be alert, work conscientiously, and exercise appropriate caution when using the electric tool. Do not use the tool if you are tired or are under the influence of drugs/medication or alcohol. One moment of carelessness or lack of attention when using the electric tool can cause serious bodily injury!
  • Always wear personal protective equipment (PPE), including safety goggles. Wearing personal protective equipment such as a dust mask, non-slip footwear, protective headgear, and ear muffs (depending upon the type of electric tool and the particular application) reduces the risk of sustaining injury.
  • Make sure that the tool cannot start up accidentally. Ensure that the electric tool is switched off before you connect the tool to the power supply and/or insert the battery, or pick up or carry the tool. Physically touching the switch with your finger when carrying the tool or connecting the tool to the power supply switched on can lead to accidents.
  • Remove adjusting tools/wrench(es) prior to switching on the power tool. A tool or wrench that is positioned inside a rotating power tool part can cause injury.
  • Avoid abnormal working postures. Make sure you stand squarely and keep your balance at all times. This way, you will be able to have better control over the tool in unexpected situations.
  • Wear suitable clothes. Never wear loose-fitting clothes or jewelry. Keep hair, clothes, and gloves away from moving parts. Loose clothing, dangling jewelry, and long hair can be caught by moving parts.
  • If dust extraction and dust collection devices can be mounted, ensure that these are connected and properly used. The use of a dust extraction system can reduce the danger posed by dust.
Additional safety instructions
  • The battery pack supplied with your cordless tool is not charged. The battery pack has to be charged before you use the tool for the first time.
  • The battery pack does not reach its maximum capacitance until it has been charged and discharged approximately five times.
  • Battery packs lose their charge even when they are not being used. Regular charging is therefore recommended.
  • Please check the data marked on the rating plate of the battery charger. Be sure to connect the battery charger to a power supply with the voltage marked on the rating plate. Never connect it to a different mains voltage.
  • Keep the battery charger and the cordless tool out of children’s reach.
  • Wear suitable work clothes. Wear safety goggles.
  • Never open the battery pack. Avoid contact with a leaking battery pack. In case of accidental contact, wash the affected area of the skin with soap and water. If battery acids get in your eye, rinse out the eye with clear water for at least 10 minutes and seek a doctor’s advice immediately. Neutralize other affected areas with a mild acid such as lemon juice or vinegar.
  • Protect the battery charger and its cable from damage and sharp edges. Have damaged cables been repaired without delay by a qualified electrician?
  • Make sure that the contacts of the battery pack do not come into contact with other metallic objects such as nails or screws. There is a risk of short-circuiting!
  • Use only battery chargers that are intended for the battery pack in question.
  • Do not use damaged battery chargers.

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When using the equipment, a few safety precautions must be observed to avoid injuries and damage. Please read the complete operating instructions and safety regulations with due care. Keep this manual in a safe place so that the information is available at all times. If you give the equipment to any other person, hand over these operating instructions and safety regulations as well. We cannot accept any liability for damage or accidents which arise due to a failure to follow these instructions and the safety instructions.

Safety regulations

Explanation of the warning signs on the equipment (see Fig. 10)

  1. Important. Read the operating instructions and follow the warnings and safety instructions.
  2. Keep all other persons away from the danger zone.
  3. Important. The cutter blades continue to run after the motor is switched off. Wait for the blades to come to a standstill. Risk of injury!
  4. Dispose of batteries correctly!
  5. Protect the tool from the damp and never expose it to rain.
  6. The extension only with a grass cutter blade! It is prohibited to use the extension with the hedge cutter blade!

Fitting the long handle Using the telescopic long handle
(Fig. 1/Item 5) you can push the cordless shears on wheels over the lawn. Now pass the wheels (Fig. 3/Item 2) through the axle mount and plug them together to fit the long handle. The equipment comes with three axle mounts for various work heights. Undo the clamp coupling (Fig. 1/Item 6), adjust the telescopic handle to the required length, and then retighten the clamp coupling again.

Now push the equipment in the direction indicated by the arrow into the mount as shown in Figure 4a. Ensure that the mount locks into the recesses correctly. Push the lock (Fig. 4b/Item 2) in the direction indicated by the arrow to fasten the equipment. Then connect the power plug (Fig. 4b/Item 1) to the equipment as shown in Figure 4b. To disassemble, proceed in reverse order.


The area to be cut must first be cleared of stones and other solid objects. The safety lock-off (Fig. 1/Item 3) prevents the tool from being started unintentionally. Activate the safety lock-off (Figure 1/Item 3) by pressing and pressing the ON/OFF switch (Figure 1 Item 4) at the same time. To switch off the equipment, let go of the ON/OFF switch (Figure 1 / Item 4).

Cutting grass
Allow the grass cutter to glide over the ground. The best cutting performance is achieved on dry lawns. When you notice a drop in cutting performance, recharge at once so that the batteries do not become fully discharged. The blades must be kept in the black guard hood when the grass cutter is not in use.

Cutting hedges
The equipment can be used to cut small hedges and bushes. Hold the shrub shears slightly tilted in the direction of the hedge you wish to cut. Start by cutting the sides of the hedge working from the bottom up, and finally cutting the top of the hedge. Make sure that there are no foreign bodies in or alongside the hedge, which could damage the blades.

When to cut hedges:
  • As a general rule: hedges that lose their leaves in the autumn should be cut in June and October.
  • Evergreen hedges can be cut in April and August.

Changing the blades is Important. Risk of injury!
To remove the blades, raise the lug (Fig. 6/Item 1) and push off the cover (Fig. 6/Item 2) in the direction of the arrow. Once you have removed the blade you will be able to see the toothed wheels of the gear unit (Fig. 7). Make sure that no dirt gets into the gear unit when you change the blade. To assemble, proceed in reverse order.

When you fit the hedge cutter blade check the position of the pin for the eccentric connector (Fig. 7/Item 1). Take the hedge cutter blade and slide the eccentric mount (Fig. 8/Item 1) into position so that the pin for the eccentric connector and the eccentric mount fit together precisely when assembled. Slot the hedge cutter blade onto the guide pins (Fig. 7/Item 2).

Cleaning, maintenance, and ordering of spare parts

  • Keep all safety devices, air vents, and motor housing free of dirt and dust as far as possible. Wipe the equipment with a clean cloth or blow it with compressed air at low pressure.
  • We recommend that you clean the equipment immediately after you use it.
  • Clean the appliance regularly with a damp cloth and some soft soap. Do not use cleaning agents or solvents; these may be aggressive to the plastic parts in the appliance. Ensure that no water can get into the interior of the tool.
  • The shears should be cleaned thoroughly every time before and after use. A few drops of oil (for example sewing machine oil) applied to the blades improve the cutting performance. However, never apply grease to the blades. To guarantee a constant exact cut it is necessary that grass residues and dirt is removed also from the top and bottom blades.

Disposal and recycling The equipment is supplied in packaging to prevent it from being damaged in transit. The raw materials in this packaging can be reused or recycled. The equipment and its accessories are made of various types of material, such as metal and plastic. Defective components must be disposed of as special waste. Ask your dealer or your local council.

For EU countries only

Never place any electric power tools in your household refuse. To comply with European Directive 2002/96/EC concerning old electric and electronic equipment and its implementation in national laws, old electric power tools have to be separated from other waste and disposed of in an environment-friendly fashion, e.g. by taking to a recycling depot. Recycling alternative to the return request: As an alternative to returning the equipment to the manufacturer, the owner of the electrical equipment must make sure that the equipment is properly disposed of if he no longer wants to keep the equipment.

The old equipment can be returned to a suitable collection point that will dispose of the equipment in accordance with the national recycling and waste disposal regulations. This does not apply to any accessories or aids without electrical components supplied with the old equipment. The reprinting or reproduction by any other means, in whole or in part, of documentation and papers accompanying products is permitted only with the express consent of the ESC GmbH.



Serenelife PSLGR18 Sports and Outdoors User Manual

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