A cordless grass trimmer means there's no need to mess around with extension leads or ensuring you've plugged into an RCD circuit breaker.
Gtech models can provide up to 30 minutes of cordless cutting when fully charged and are sure to keep the edges of your lawn looking great. It is important to maintain your Gtech grass trimmer on a regular basis and replace any broken or missing parts as soon as a fault develops.For information on how to tackle and resolve faults and problems on a wide range of appliances see our other articles »
At BuySpares we stock an extensive range of genuine Gtech spare parts, including the most popular parts for Gtech grass trimmers. In this article we look at how to resolve some of the more common Gtech grass trimmer issues.
My Gtech Grass Trimmer Won't Work At All:
If your Gtech grass trimmer has died then you will want to get to the bottom of the problem as quickly as possible.
There are several things to check, starting with the battery. You need to ensure the battery is fully charged and the charger is correctly connected during the charging process.
Another fault which can cause your Gtech trimmer not to work is the safety switch in the handle. To check it is operating correctly listen for a 'click' when it is pressed.
If these do not rectify the issue it is advisable to contact the manufacturer.
How Should I Store My Gtech Grass Trimmer Battery?
You should not allow the battery to run down and be stored away for an extended periods. This can damage the battery memory. When storing the battery during the winter months when your grass trimmer is not in use, you should store it in a cool, dry place and never in direct sunlight.
The Cutting Time has Reduce for My Gtech Strimmer:
If you are finding that the battery life on your Gtech cordless grass trimmer has significantly reduced then there are a few things that can cause this.
Firstly you should check the battery is fully charged before you start the cutting. If the battery no longer holds enough charge then it will need to be replaced.
Another issue that can cause the cutting time to be reduced is if the blade is worn or the components are not securely assembled.
You should also bear in mind the workload, the battery is likely to wear down quicker if you are trimming large areas of thick or wet grass.
* All information provided is a guide only. BuySpares accepts no liability for any problems occurred while attempting any advice shown. If in any doubt contact a qualified repair service.