GARDENA LOGOLi-40 Battery Lawnmower
Instruction ManualGARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower -

PowerMax Li-40
Art. 5033GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - FIG 1Operator’s manual
Battery Lawnmower 

GARDENA Battery Lawnmower PowerMax Li-40
The initial language of these instructions is English. Other language versions are translations of the initial instructions.
WARNING This product may be used under supervision, or if instruction regarding the safe use of the product has been provided and the resulting dangers have been understood, by children aged 8 and above, as well as by persons with physical, sensory, or mental disabilities or a lack of experience and knowledge. Children must not be allowed to play with the product.
Cleaning and user maintenance must not be performed by children without supervision. The use of this product by young people under the age of 16 is not recommended.
Intended use:
The GARDENA Battery Lawnmower is used to cut lawns in private domestic gardens and allotments.
The product is not intended for long-term use.
WARNING! Risk of injury! Do not use the product to cut bushes, hedges, or shrubs, to cut climbers or grass on roofs or balcony boxes, to chop up branches, and twigs, and to level irregularities in the soil. Do not use the product on a slope steeper than 20° maximum.

SAFETY

Symbols on the product
WARNING CAUTION!
If not used properly this product can be dangerous.
The warnings and safety instructions must be followed to ensure reasonable safety and efficiency in using this product. The operator is responsible for following the warnings and instructions in this manual and on the product. Never use the product unless the guards provided by the manufacturer are in the correct position. Careless or incorrect use of this product can result in injury to the user or others. Read and understand the content of the operator’s manual. Keep the manual for future reference.

GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - FIG 2 Read the instructions. 
GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - FIG 3 Keep other persons away.
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Blades continue to rotate after the engine is switched off. Remove the safety key before you do maintenance or if the cable becomes damaged or cut. 
GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - FIG 5 Not valid for the battery mower. 
GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - FIG 6 Secure the working area before starting to work.
Watch out for hidden cables. 
GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - FIG 7 Fire risk! Short-circuit!
Do not connect the contacts of the battery with metal components. 
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General safety warnings
Electrical safety
WARNINGWARNING! Electric shock!
Risk of injury due to electric shock. v The product must be supplied through a residual current device (RCD) having a rated residual operating current not exceeding 30 mm. 
WARNING WARNING! Risk of physical injury!
Cut injury when the blade turns or the product starts accidentally.
→ Remove the safety key before you do maintenance or you replace parts. Thereby the removed safety key must be in the visual range.
Training

  1. Read the instructions carefully. Be familiar with the controls and the correct use of the machine.
  2. Never allow children or people unfamiliar with these instructions to use the machine. Local regulations can restrict the age of the operator.
  3. Never operate the machine while people, especially children, or pets are nearby.
  4. Keep in mind that the operator or user is responsible for accidents or hazards occurring to other people or their property.

Preparation

  1. While operating the machine always wear substantial footwear and long trousers. Do not operate the machine when barefoot or wearing open sandals. Avoid wearing clothing that is loose-fitting or that hanging cords or ties.
  2. Thoroughly inspect the area where the machine is to be used and remove all objects which can be thrown by the machine.
  3. Before using, always visually inspect to see that the blade, blade bolt, and the blade assembly are not worn or damaged. Replace worn or damaged components in the set to preserve balance. Replace damaged or unreadable labels.
  4. Before use check the supply and extension cord for signs of damage or aging. If the cord becomes damaged during use, disconnect the cord from the supply immediately. DO NOT TOUCH THE CORD BEFORE DISCONNECTING THE SUPPLY. Do not use the machine if the cord is damaged or worn.

Operation

  1. Operate the machine only in daylight or in good artificial light.
  2. Avoid operating the machine on wet grass.
  3. Always be sure of your footing on slopes.
  4. Walk, never run.
  5. Mow across the face of slopes, never up and down.
  6. Exercise extreme caution when changing direction on slopes.
  7. Do not mow excessively steep slopes.
  8. Use extreme caution when reversing or pulling the machine towards you.
  9. Stop the blade(s) if the machine has to be tilted for transportation when crossing surfaces other than grass, and when transporting the machine to and from the area to be used.
  10. Never operate the machine with defective guards or shields, or without safety devices, for example, deflectors and/or grass collector, in place.
  11. Switch on the motor carefully according to instructions and with feet well away from the blade(s).
  12. Do not tilt the machine when switching on the motor, except if the machine has to be tilted for starting. In this case, do not tilt it more than absolutely necessary and lift only the part, which is away from the operator.
  13. Do not start the machine when standing in front of the discharge opening.
  14. Do not put hands or feet near or under rotating parts. Keep clear of the discharge opening at all times.
  15. Do not transport the machine while the power source is running.
  16. Stop the machine, and remove the disabling device. Make sure that all moving parts have come to a complete stop
    • whenever you leave the machine,
    • before clearing blockages or unclogging the chute,
    • before checking, cleaning, or working on the machine,
    • after striking a foreign object. Inspect the machine for damage and make repairs before restarting and operating the machine; if the machine starts to vibrate abnormally (check immediately)
    • inspect for damage,
    • replace or repair any damaged parts,
    • check for and tighten any loose parts.

Maintenance and storage

  1. Keep all nuts, bolts, and screws tight to be sure the machine is in safe working condition.
  2. Check the grass collector frequently for wear or deterioration.
  3. On machines with multi-blade, take care as rotating one blade can cause other blades to rotate.
  4. Be careful during the adjustment of the machine to prevent entrapment of the fingers between moving blades and fixed parts of the machine.
  5. Always allow the machine to cool down before storing.
  6. When servicing the blades be aware that, even though the power source is switched off, the blades can still be moved.
  7. Replace worn or damaged parts for safety. Use only genuine replacement parts and accessories.

Additional safety warnings
Battery safety
WARNING WARNING! Fire risk!
The battery to be charged must be placed on a non-flammable, heat-resistant, and non-conductive surface while charging.
Keep corrosive, flammable, and easily combustible objects clear of the battery charger and the battery. Do not cover the battery charger and the battery while charging.
Disconnect the battery charger immediately in the event of smoke formation or fire.
If you notice fire: Extinguish the flames with oxygen-reducing materials.

WARNING WARNING! Risk of explosion!
Protect batteries from heat and fire. Do not leave on radiators or be exposed to strong sunshine for long periods.
Do not operate in explosive atmospheres, such as in the presence of flammable liquids, gases, or dust.
Batteries may create sparks that could ignite dust or fumes.
Check your replacement battery before each use. Visually check the battery before each use. A non-functioning battery must be disposed of correctly. Do not send by post. For further details, please contact your local disposal companies.
For risks of injury do not use the battery as a power source for other products. Only use the battery for the GARDENA product intended.
Only use and charge the battery in ambient temperatures of between 0 °C and 40 °C. Allow the battery to cool down after long periods of use.
Check the charging cable regularly for signs of damage or aging (brittleness). Only use it in perfect condition.
Do not stow the battery above 45 °C or in direct sunlight.
Ideally, the battery should be stored below 25 °C so that self-discharge is low.
Do not expose the battery to rain or wet conditions. Water entering a battery will increase the risk of electric shock.
Keep the battery in order (clean) especially air vents.
If usage of the battery is not planned for a certain time (winter period) reload the battery to avoid a deep discharge.
Do not stow while still attached to a tool, this prevents misuse and accidents.
Do not stow the battery in places where static electricity is present.

Electrical safety

WARNING WARNING! Cardiac arrest!
This product makes an electromagnetic field while it operates. This field may under some conditions interfere with active or passive medical implants. To decrease the risk of conditions that can possibly injure or kill, we recommend persons with medical implants speak with their physician and the medical implant manufacturer before they operate the product.
Before use, examine the cable for signs of damage or aging. If the cable is found to be defective, take the product to an Authorised Service Centre and have the cable replaced.
Do not use the product if the electric cables are damaged or worn.
Immediately disconnect from the mains if the charger cable is cut, or the insulation is damaged. Do not touch the electric cable until the cable has been disconnected.
Do not repair a cut or damaged cable. Replace it with a new one.
Do not carry the product by cable.
Do not pull on the cable to disconnect any of the plugs.
Use only on AC mains supply voltage shown on the product rating label.
Our products are double insulated to EN 60335. Do not connect the earth to any part of the product.
Check the working area for hidden cables.
Do not use it for pond care or close to water.

Personal safety

WARNING WARNING! Risk of suffocation!
Small parts can be easily swallowed. There is also a risk that the polybag can suffocate toddlers. Keep toddlers away when you assemble the product.
Do not use it in an explosive atmosphere.
Never operate the product when you are tired, ill, or under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or medicine.
Do not overload the mower.
Use gloves, wear slip-resistant shoes, and wear eye protection.
Do not use it under wet conditions.
Do not disassemble the product further than the delivery status.
Only start the mower with an upright stand handle.
Do not use the start levers alternately.
Use the handles carefully.

Safety Cut-Out
The engine is protected by a Safety Cut-Out which is activated when the blade becomes jammed or if the engine is overloaded. When this occurs, stop and disconnect the product from the mains. The Safety Cut-Out will only reset when you release the start/stop lever. Clear any obstruction and wait for a few minutes for the Safety Cut-Out to reset before you continue to use the product.

ASSEMBLY

Before you do assembly:
WARNING WARNING! Risk of physical injury!

Cut injury when the blade turns or the product starts accidentally.
→ Wait for the blade to stop, remove the safety key and use gloves before you do the assembly.

To connect the lower handle:

GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - FIG 9 GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 1

The handle height can be adjusted in 3 positions.

  • H High.
  • M Middle.
  • L Low.
  1. Turn the lower handle 1 that the handle hole is in line with the hole H, M, or L of the height adjusting.
  2. Push the screws 2 through the holes.
  3. Put the wing nuts 3 on the screws 2.
  4. Tighten the wing nuts 3.

To connect the upper handle:GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 2

  1. Put the upper handle 4 on the lower handle 1.
    Make sure that the handles are fully in place and that the handle holes are inline.
  2. Push the screws 2 through the holes.
  3. Put the plastic washers P and the wing nuts 3 on the screws 2.
  4. Tighten the wing nuts 3.

To fix the cable to the handle:GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 3

  1. Fix cable 5 to the handle with clip 6.
  2. Check that cable 5 is not trapped between the lower and the upper handle.

OPERATION

Before you do the operation:
WARNING WARNING! Risk of physical injury!
Cut injury when the blade turns or the product starts accidentally.
→ Wait for the blade to stop, remove the safety key and use gloves before you attach the battery or transport the product.

To charge the battery:

WARNINGCAUTION!
Damage to the battery or the battery charger!
Overvoltage damages the battery and the battery charger.
→ Make sure that you use the correct mains voltage.
Before you use the battery the first time, the battery must be fully charged.
The lithium-ion battery can be charged in any state of charge and the charging process can be disconnected at any time without damaging the battery (no memory effect).

GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 17

  1. Connect the mains cable 10 to the battery charger C.
  2. Connect the mains cable 10 to a 230 V mains socket.
  3. Connect the charger cable 8 to the battery 9.
    When the charging control lamp 11 at the charger flashes green once per second the battery is being charged.
    When the charging control lamp 11 at the charger is lit green the battery is fully charged. For charging time, see 7.
  4. Check the charge status regularly while you charge.
  5. When the battery is fully charged, disconnect the battery 9 from the battery charger C.
  6. Disconnect the main cable 10 from the mains.

Battery charging indicator:

GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - FIG 15Battery charging indicator during charging:

100 % charged L1, L2, and L3  lit
67 – 100 % charged L1  and L2  lit, L3  flashing
34 –  66 % charged L1 lit, L2  flashing
0 –  33 % charged L1  flashing

Battery charging indicator during operation:
Push-button B on the battery.

67 – 100 % charged L1, L2, and L3  lit
34 –  66 % charged L1  and L2  lit
11 –  33 % charged L1  lit
0 –  10 % charged L1  flashing

Control panel:

GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 4

Eco button:
Push the Eco button E on the panel.

activated L3 lit green
normal mode 3100 rpm no load
Eco-mode 2700 rpm no load
Normal operation or Eco mode 3700 rpm high load over 12 A

Under high loads, the motor speed increases automatically to ensure the best possible mowing results at all times.

Battery charging indicator during operation:
Push the button B2 on the panel (The LEDs lit 5 seconds later).

76 – 100 % charged La, Lb, Lc, and Ld  lit
51 –  75 % charged La, Lb, and Lc lit
26 –  50 % charged La  and Lb  lit
6 –  25 % charged La  lit
0 –   5 % charged La  flashing

To start the mower:

GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 18 GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 6 GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 5

WARNING WARNING! Risk of physical injury!
Risk of injury if the product does not stop when you release the start lever.
→ Do not bypass the safety devices or switches. For example, do not attach the start lever 12 to the handle.

To start:
The product is fitted with a two-handed safety device (start lever 12 with safety interlock 13 ) to prevent the product from being turned on by accident.

  1. Open the lid 14.
  2.  Put the battery 9 into the product.
  3. Put the safety key 15 into the product and turn to position 1.
  4. Push the start button S on the panel.
    The start-LED lits green.
  5. Push the safety interlock 13 with one hand and pull the start lever 12 with the other hand.
  6. Release the safety interlock 13.
    The product will start.

To stop:

  1. Release the start lever 12.
  2. Push the start button ßS on the panel.
    The start LED is off.
  3. Turn the safety key 15 to position 0 and remove it.

To adjust the cutting height:

The cutting height can be adjusted from 25 to 75 mm in 10 positions.

  1. Move the adjust lever 17 to the wheel.
  2. Turn the adjust lever 17 to adjust the cutting height.
  3. Release the adjust lever 17 in the new position.

GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 8

To use the mower with the grass box:

WARNING WARNING! Risk of physical injury!
Cut injury when the blade turns or the product starts accidentally.
→ Wait for the blade to stop, remove the safety key and use gloves before you open the protective flap 18.
→ Do not put your hands in the discharge opening.

GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 7

  1. Lift the protective flap 18.
  2. Put the grass box into the product by the handle 7.
  3. Make sure that the grass box is securely connected.
  4. Start the product.
  5. Stop the product when the grass box is filled.
  6. Lift the protective flap 18.
  7. Remove the grass box of the product by the handle 7.
  8. Empty the grass box.

To use the mower without the grass box:
For larger areas of grass where grass collection is not required, you can use the product without the grass box. When the protective flap 18 is closed the cut grass drop on the lawn.

  1. Lift the protective flap 18.
  2. Remove the grass box of the product by the handle 7.
  3. Release the protective flap 18.

When the protective flap is released, it closes automatically and covers the discharge opening.

Tips to use the mower:
If grass residue is left in the discharge opening, pull the mower backward about 1 m so that the grass residue can drop out downwards.
To produce a well-maintained lawn, we recommend cutting the lawn regularly once a week if possible. The lawn becomes thicker if you cut it frequently.
After relatively long cutting intervals (holiday lawn), first of all, cut in one direction with the highest cutting height and then cut in the crosswise direction with the required cutting height.
If possible, only cut the grass when it is dry, if the grass is damp, the cutting pattern will be uneven.

MAINTENANCE

Before you do maintenance:
WARNING WARNING! Risk of physical injury!
Cut injury when the blade turns or the product starts accidentally.
→ Wait for the blade to stop, remove the safety key and use gloves before you do maintenance.

To clean the product:
WARNING WARNING! Risk of physical injury!
Risk of injury and risk of damage to the product.
→ Do not clean the product with water or with a water jet (in particular high-pressure water jet).

To clean the underside of the product:
The underside is easiest to clean after you mowed.

Use gloves.

  1. Lay the product on its side carefully.
  2. Clean the underside, the blade, and the airflow slots o with a brush (do not use sharp objects).

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To clean the overside of the product and the grass box:

→ Do not clean with chemicals including petrol or solvents.

  1. Clean the overside with a damp cloth.
  2. Clean the airflow slots and the grass box with a soft brush (do not use sharp objects).

To clean the battery and the battery charger:
Make sure that the surface and the contacts of the battery always are clean and dry before you connect the battery charger.
Do not use running water.

  1. Clean the contacts with a soft and dry cloth.

STORAGE

To put into storage:GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 9

The product must be stowed away from children.

  1. Turn the safety key to position 0 and remove it.
  2. Remove the battery.
  3. Charge the battery.
  4. Clean the product, the battery, and the battery charger (see 4. MAINTENANCE).
  5. To save space, release the wing nuts of the handles until the joints can be folded together easily. Make sure that the cable is stowed correctly to prevent damage.
  6.  Stow the product, the battery, and the charger in a dry, enclosed, and secure place and in a frost-free place before the first frost arrives.

Disposal:
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The product must not be added to normal household waste.
It must be disposed of in line with local environmental regulations.

IMPORTANT!
Make sure that the product is discarded through or via your municipal recycling collection center.
The GARDENA battery contains lithium-ion cells that should not be discarded with normal household waste at the end of their life.

GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - 10 Disposal of batteries:

IMPORTANT!
The product must always be disposed of at your local recycling center.

  1. Discharge the lithium-ion cells completely.
  2. Protect the contacts on the lithium-ion cells against short circuits.
  3. Dispose of lithium-ion cells properly.

TROUBLESHOOTING

Before you do troubleshooting:
WARNING WARNING! Risk of physical injury!
Cut injury when the blade turns or the product starts accidentally.
→ Wait for the blade to stop, remove the safety key and use gloves before you do troubleshooting.

To replace the blade:
WARNINGWARNING! Risk of physical injury!
Cut injury when the blade turns and it is damaged, bent, out of balance, or has chipped edges.
→ Do not use the product when the blade is damaged, bent, out of balance, or has chipped edges.
→ Do not regrind the blade.

The GARDENA spare parts are available from your GARDENA dealer or from the GARDENA service.
Only use an original GARDENA blade:

  • GARDENA replacement blade Art. 4104.
  1. Let the blade replace by the GARDENA Service or a specialist dealer authorized by GARDENA.

Troubleshooting table:

Problem Possible Cause Remedy
The engine does not start The blade is blocked. → Remove the obstacle.
The engine is jammed and makes a noise The blade is blocked. → Remove the obstacle.
The cutting height is too low. → Raise the cutting height.
Loud noises, the mower is rattling Screws on the engine, it’s fixing, or on the mower chasing are loose. → Have screws tightened by an authorized specialist dealer or the GARDENA Service.
The product runs unevenly or vibrates strongly The blade is damaged or the blade mounting is released. → Have the blade tightened or replaced by an authorized specialist dealer or the GARDENA Service.
The blade is very dirty. → Clean the mower (see 4. MAINTENANCE). If this does not rectify the problem, contact the GARDENA Service.
The lawn is not cleanly cut The blade is blunt or damaged. → Have blade replaced by the GARDENA Service.
The cutting height is too low. → Raise the cutting height.
Error-LED W  on the battery is flashing Over voltage. → Remove the battery and check that the mains voltage is correct.
Under voltage. → Charge the battery.
The battery temperature is out of range. → Use the battery in surroundings where temperatures are between – 10 °C and 40 °C.
Error-LED W  on the battery lit Battery error/battery defective. → Contact the GARDENA service.
Error-LED W2  on the panel lit The blade is blocked. → Remove the obstacle.
Motor overload / Controller temperature is out of range. → Let the controller cool down.
The charging control lamp 15 does not light up The battery charger or charging cable is not connected correctly. → Connect the battery charger and charging cable correctly.
Charging control lamp 15 is flashing rapidly (4 times per  second) The battery temperature is out of range. → Use the battery in surroundings where temperatures are between – 10 °C and 40 °C.
Error-LED E  on the charger is flashing Battery error. → Remove the battery and check that you use an original GARDENA battery.
Error-LED E  on the charger lit The temperature inside the charger is too high. → Contact the GARDENA service.

WARNING NOTE: For any other malfunctions please contact the GARDENA service department.
Repairs must only be done by GARDENA service departments or specialist dealers approved by GARDENA.

TECHNICAL DATA

Battery Lawnmower Unit  Value (Art. 5041)
Speed of rotation cutting blade R/min. 3,100
Cutting width cm 41
Cutting height adjustment (10 positions) mm 25 to 75
The volume of the grass box l 50
Weight kg 20.6
Sound pressure level LPA1)
Uncertainty kPA
dB (A) 83
3
Sound power level LWA2): measured/guaranteed
Uncertainty Kwa
dB (A) 88 / 89
0.5
Hand/arm vibration avhw 1)
Uncertainty ka
m/s² 2.0
1.5

 

System Battery / smart Battery Unit Value (Art. 9842 / 19090) Value (Art. 9843 / 19091)
Lawn area per battery charge (up to) 280 450
Battery voltage V max. 40 (The maximum the initial no-load voltage of the battery is 40 V, and the nominal voltage is 36 V) max. 40 (The maximum the initial no-load voltage of the battery is 40 V, and the nominal voltage is 36 V)
Battery capacity Ah 2.6 4.2
Battery charging time approx. 80 % / 100 % min. 65 / 90 105 / 140

 

Battery Charger Unit Value (Art. 9845)
Rated power W 100
Mains voltage V 230
Mains frequency Hz 50
Battery charging time for
Art. 9842 / 19090 approx. 80 % / 100 %
min. 65 / 90
Battery charging time for
Art. 9843 / 19091 approx. 80 % / 100 %
min. 105 / 140

WARNING NOTE: The stated vibration emission value has been measured according to a standardized test procedure and can be used for the comparison of one electric power tool with another. It can also be used for preliminary evaluation of exposure. The vibration emission value can vary during the actual use of the electric power tool.

ACCESSORIES

GARDENA Replacement Battery
BLi-40/100 / BLi-40/160
Battery for the additional duration or for replacement. Art. 9842 / 9843
GARDENA smart Battery
BLi-40/100 / BLi-40/160
Smart Battery for the smart System. Art. 19090 / 19091
GARDENA smart Battery
BLi-40/100 Set / BLi-40/160 Set
Smart Battery with smart Gateway for the smart System. Art. 19110 / 19111
GARDENA Battery Charger
QC40
Battery Charger to charge the GARDENA Batteries and smart Batteries. Art. 9845
GARDENA Replacement Blade As a replacement for the blunt blade. Art. 4104

SERVICE/WARRANTY

Service:
Please contact the address on the back page.

Warranty:
In the event of a warranty claim, no charge is levied to you for the services provided.
GARDENA Manufacturing GmbH offers a two-year warranty (effective as of the date of purchase) for this product. This warranty includes all significant defects of the product that can be proved to be material or manufacturing faults. The warranty will be fulfilled by the supply of a working replacement product provided that the following conditions are met:

  • The product was used for its intended purpose as per the recommendations in the operating instructions.
  • Neither the purchaser nor a third party has attempted to repair the product.

This manufacturer’s warranty does not affect warranty entitlements against the dealer/ retailer.
For troubleshooting, please contact our Service department (contact details overleaf).
It is not permitted to send a product to us without prior agreement.

Consumables:
The blade is consumable and is not included in the warranty.

Product liability
In accordance with the German Product Liability Act, we hereby expressly declare that we accept no liability for damage incurred from our products where said products have not been properly repaired by a GARDENAapproved service partner or where original GARDENA parts or parts authorized by GARDENA were not used.

EC Declaration of Conformity
The undersigned, Husqvarna AB, 561 82 Huskvarna, Sweden, hereby certifies that, when leaving our factory, the units indicated below are in accordance with the harmonized EU guidelines, EU standards of safety, and product-specific standards. This certificate becomes void if the units are modified without our approval.

Description of the unit: Battery Lawnmower

Harmonized: 60335-1/EN ISO 12100
Harmonisierte: 60335-2-77
For model Art. 5041-20: 60335-1
Charger QC40 Art. 9845: 60335-2-29
Batteries BLi-40/100
(2,6 Ah) Art. 9842/ BLi-40/160 (4,2 Ah) Art. 9843: 62133

Deposited Documentation:
GARDENA Technical Documentation, M. Kugler, 89079 Ulm
Noise level: measured/guaranteed
Art. 5041: 88 dB (A) / 89 dB (A)

GARDENA Li 40 Battery Lawnmower - signReinhard Pompe
Vice President
Deutschland / Germany
GARDENA
Manufacturing GmbH
Central Service
Hans-Lorenser-Straße 40
D-89079 Ulm
Produkt Fragen: (+ 49) 731 490 – 123
Reparaturen: (+ 49) 731 490 – 290
[email protected]

Documents / Resources

GARDENA Li-40 Battery Lawnmower [pdf] Instruction Manual
Li-40, Li-41, Li-40 Battery Lawnmower, Battery Lawnmower, Lawnmower

References

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