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Black & Decker GH710 GrassHog 14-Inch 6.0-Amp Dual-Line Trimmer

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  • Exclusive Gear Drive transmission delivers more power to get the job done faster
  • Powerful 6.0 amp high torque motor tackles any cutting condition
  • AFS dual-line spool advances line automatically - no need to stop or bump
  • Groom 'N' Edge with flip-up edge guide coverts from trimming to edging in seconds
  • Ergonomic design with adjustable height and secondary handle positions for maximum comfort and control
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Voltage 120.00 120.00 12 Volts 120 Volts
Weight 6.4 pounds 7.04 pounds 6.9 pounds 4.5 pounds
Size 1 Information not provided 8.8" L x 4.6" W x 44.8" H 46.8" L x 10.2" W x 5.1" H
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Our electric-powered products help you work smarter, faster and cleaner-without compromises.


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The automatic feed spool released excess line.
Jeff (Seattle, Wa)
I was cutting tall dead dry weeds, nothing substantial.
Shrinky Dink
Keep your money - don't buy this piece of junk.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By C on August 23, 2011
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You are probably here because your GH710 is now spewing string so fast that those 7 or 8 dollar spools are now looking like something you'll have to budget for. You go and buy some cheap string and try to save big bucks by re-spooling yourself, which is smart.

Here's the deal, do all you want this thing is going to keep spitting string, probably wrap around your head and potentially damage or even ruin it.

Here's what you do, to re-spool yourself, and to avoid the excess and wasteful spooling.

You will need pliers and wire cutters and at least two empty spools.

push the string throug the inside holes there are 4 holes 2 on each track on each side. Push the string inside so far that it comes out the inner part of the spool, you may need needle nose plyers or something to hook and pull the string out long enough so that you can tie it in a not, once tied you may need to trim the end so that none is hanging out. Now snap it so that it will go through the part where it comes out, put the head on, now pull the string tight, and cut it so that it won't need to be cut by the GrassHog. Now repeat for the other side, do this with your other spool.

What you should have is two spools that will not allow for any string to come out, when it wears out, just unplug, and replace the spool with your other pre-loaded spool. You lose the convenience of auto spooling but you gain a cheap way to avoid replacing your cheap O weed eater, because lets face it you got the thing because you must have a small yard, or a small job.

Just remember do your best to stay away from cement and the string will last a long time, wood will wear it down as well, but cement will take that plastic string straight off, so if you are doing a lot of edging you may want to invest in an extra spool.
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30 of 34 people found the following review helpful By rdh on September 9, 2011
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. . . if not for one major design flaw - the autofeed for the trimmer line. I purchased this at my local Lowe's Home Improvement store, even after reading some of the negative reviews because there seemed to be enough positive reviews from people who hadn't had any problems with it. Ultimately, after only a few uses, I returned it.

Pros - its extremely lightweight; easy to assemble (just attach the shield and the auxiliary handle). This handle and the telescoping shaft adjust easily. It's powerful for its size. Before it started acting up, I was able to mow down some very large weeds (pokeweed), along with typical wiregrass, crabgrass, fescue, etc. It edged relatively well. It was easy to handle and maneuver; very little fatigue using it. Not quiet but not loud.

Cons - the auto feed. I can't believe that no manufacturer has either perfected this yet or abandoned it. The auto feed has been offered since about 2007 - that's FOUR YEARS of poor reviews on this design. It's actually difficult now to find an electric trimmer with a bump-and-feed design now. (Really, what is so HARD with a bump-and-feed?) The trimmer worked carefree for 2 1/2 days. Then, it started spewing out line willy-nilly and wrapping it around the spool housing. It seemed to me that as the spool got about half used, the problems started, but that's anecdotal. On top of that, B&D's instructions specifically warn against winding your own spools, and urging you to purchase expensive pre-wound spools ($7 - $11, depending on where you purchase). Also, the specific design of the spool and spool housing is proprietary to B&D and does not allow you to purchase alternative spools. There's a fair amount of instruction online by unhappy owners who have altered the design to allow for other replacement spools that are less troublesome, but that voids the warranty.

If you're interested in what I replaced this trimmer with, read my other review on the trimmer I purchased.
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Discerning customer on April 15, 2012
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If this trimmer DIDN'T have the automatic line feed, I would give it at least 4 stars. It's powerful and well balanced. But if you hit a twig, or a thicker stalk of high grass, or (god forbid) a bit of chain link fence, the line shoots right out of the spool. usually just on once side. I went through a whole spool (and they're not cheap), trimming high grass along 50 feet of fence. There's a sticker on the casing touting the fact that you don't have to bump it to advance line, but seriously, how much trouble is that? I'd rather have to do that several times per job than have to replace the whole spool EVERY TIME i use the damned thing. And don't forget to wear heavy jeans when you use it, because when the line comes flying out, it seems to aim right for my shins.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By David M on April 28, 2012
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I have had problems with this tool right out of the box. The line advance does not seem to work properly and the line doesn't get cut when it does. The result is about a foot of extra line spooling out, flailing around and wrapping itself around the spindle until it is hopelessly tangled. This happens at about 60 second intervals. Occasionally when it does cut the line you get bits of plastic line embedding themselves in your skin at supersonic speed. If you do manage to persist in using this piece of crap it eats through spools of line at a prodigious rate. I could get three good lawn edgings out of one spool with my old Grasshog. This one requires two spools to do the exact same thing once. Black and Decker should hang their head in shame at putting out something as utterly horrible as this piece of garbage. I will never buy another one.
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