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Ozito Corded Line Trimmer LTR-630
I have a small to medium yard and have converted to an electric mower and now a line trimmer too. Plenty of adjustment for head angle, 2nd handle, and a telescopic shaft. When you release the trigger and it stops - the line auto-feeds, works well. Change the head angle and the unit rolls on its side wheel for edging which works well. Having a cord isn't so bad considering the price and the reliability. Did I mention the 3 year replacement warranty!
I'd buy another! good price! the warranty wow!
Easy to use, light and adjustable. I cant stress enough tossing the current trimmer wire, its terrible. I live in north qld with 35 degree days and 85% humidity and this thing made me mad, the trim wire would break every half meter and then it wouldn't auto feed, i had to keep pulling off the head and re-aligning the wire which was very frustrating. I don't understand the auto feed though it never works. Went and bought the more expensive wire 1.6mm wire from Bunnings and happy days it goes hard now cutting fine i was able to cut down large weeds with ease. Auto feed still ongoing....
Purchased one as a replacement for a Ryobi unit which had a good run but they stopped supplying the line cartridges and bump stop heads after about 2 years. Unit still ran well but it wasn't any use without the line units and bump stops. The Ozito unit has performed well as a replacement and does a great job. The line feeds well and the cartridges are easy to replace. I have had both corded, 2 stroke and battery units over the years and the corded unit is proving a lot more convenient in a small to medium yard area.
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Questions & Answers
remove head, someone must know, "OZITO SALES"
If it is the same as mine all you do is squeeze the two striped plastic tongues which are part of the moulded cord cassette keeper device and it pops off. Then you can either put the new cord cassette into the base holder after placing the two cord strands in the feeder holes of the whipper's head. It can be a bit fiddly but its not an impossible task. The cord cassettes are sold in packs of two, I can't remember the price at the moment. You can use bulk after market cord and refill the cassettes and that works ok as well. Just make sure of the cord diameter before using the bulk stuff. I have done both the factory and aftermarket stuff. They both work but if time is an issue then just buy the Ozito stuff and do that. The Ozito packs can be purchased as singles or doubles. The doubles usually include a new bump head base to replace the old worn one. Mine seems to last a fair while and I now have a few bases unused. This is on couch and buffalo lawn plus the prevailing weeds which spring up.
I find sometimes that the cord breaks off inside the head unit. So you do the same steps as those above and can extend the cord by pushing on the small black square feed button on the side of the head while at the same time you pull some more cord out. Once you get the hang of it, it is an easy fix
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