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MANUEL FOR YARDWORKS 40 W BATTERY TRIMMER?


Do you mean the Yardworks 12" cut 40V lithium-ion cordless trimmer? If so, the manual is available on the Canadian Tire product page: http://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/yardworks-40v-cordless-grass-trimmer-12-in-0602370p.html . Click on the Additional Product Information and scroll down. The link to the manual is on the right in the line with the Yardworks customer support phone number. The direct link to the manual is currently http://www.canadiantire.ca/content/dam/canadian-tire/manuals/0602370P_EN.pdf ,

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Looking for parts on yardwork fertilizer spreader


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What setting is used to apply 1/4 lb per 100 sq ft?


BigVin, normally the bag of seed tell what setting to put spreader on for its proper application, If not try it on #4 setting, it all depend on how fast you wind and walk with a hand spreader. Good Luck.

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What setting should this scotts hand spreader be on for hulled bermuda grass


A reasonable spreader setting for a hulled Bermuda seed would be a setting of a 2.
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