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Q:I am looking for a tiller that can be changed into an edger, by replacing one set of tines with a wheel. Does this machine have that capability?
Q:Is there somewhere I can get a view of the inside of the Switch Assembly for Greenworks 27072 Cultivator? I took it apart to replace wire and the insides ( large spring and two other pieces, fell out. I don't know their placement inside the assembly.
A:Greenworks direct would answer your question best. 888-909-6757
Q:Can a tine be removed to use just one, if needed?
A:Yes, the tines are removable and replaceable.
Q:any tips on how to get the battery out easily when needs recharging? I'm an elderly lady and got it out a couple times, but was very hard, and today can't get it to budge. I love using it!!! Handles so easily and tills the dirt much finer than my husband's large gas powered one! I just need to be able to get the battery out without help!
A:The Greenworks 27072 is an electric Cultivator.A little confused about it having a battery.Are you sure you have the 27072?
Q:I lost the bolt and pin to hold wheels on. I think the part numbers are 6620643 Bolt and 33207289 Pin. How much are these parts?
A:Please call the manufacturer direct at 1-888-909-6757 for assistance with parts.
Q:are there replacement parts available, especially the blades? Are there straight blades available so that it could be used to aerate or dethatch a lawn?
A:For replacement parts, please contact Greenworks directly at 1-888-909-6757
Q:I have 2 pins #45 left over after install, what are they for I can't tell in the instructions
A:For assistance with this question, please contact Greenworks directly at 1-888-909-6757.
A:2 types of pins are supplied. A "Ring Pin" (part #17) which has a round ring on it and a "Hitch Pin" which is the larger straight type pin with no ring (part #45). The "Ring Pin" is used when you use all four (4) tines on the shaft, two (2) on each side. The "Hitch Pin" is used when you only use two (2) tines on the shaft, one (1) on each side for tilling a narrow area. This is described on page 16 of the manual and referenced in Fig.8 unfortunately they don't show the assembly correctly. Each tine, one on each side, should be pushed to the gear box base and the "Hitch Pin" inserted into the second hole on the shaft (each side). Make sure what they call the "Flute" is towards the gear box and the tines point the correct direction. Hope this helps.
Q:Do you have a manual that I can print out! I have never ran A tiller and would like to have one!
A:Here is a link to the manual for this cultivator:
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