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It is essential that you read the instructions in this manual before mounting and operating this
Subject to technical modifications.


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GENERAL SAFETY RULES rate for which it was designed.

WARNING: ■■ Pull the plug out immediately if the mains or extension

When using electric gardening appliances, basic lead is damaged or severed.
safety precautions should always be followed ■■ Disconnect the product from the power supply when
to reduce the risk of fire, electric shock and it is not in use, before servicing and when changing
personal injury, including the following. accessories.
READ ALL INSTRUCTIONS ■■ Read and understand the instructions carefully before
using the shredder. Keep instructions for future
■■ Be familiar with the controls and proper use of the
■■ Never attempt to use an incomplete machine or one
■■ Clear the work area before each use. Remove all
fitted with an unauthorised modification.
objects, such as rocks, broken glass, nails, wire that
can lead to accidents. ■■ Use only original accessories provided by the
■■ Wear heavy, long trousers, boots and gloves. Do not
wear loose fitting clothing, shorts or jewellery of any ■■ The user is responsible for the safety of other people
kind. Always wear shoes. and their property.
■■ Secure hair above shoulder level to prevent
entanglement in moving parts. SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES
■■ Do not allow children or untrained individuals to use
this product.
■■ Always ensure all parts are properly fitted when using
■■ Keep all bystanders, especially children and pets, at the shredder. Ensure all screws and nuts are properly
least 15m from the operating area. tightened before use.
■■ Do not operate this product when you are tired, ill or ■■ Before starting the machine, always make sure the
under the influence of alcohol, drugs or medication. feed hopper is empty.
■■ Do not operate in poor lighting. Use the unit only in ■■ Before cleaning the shredder, switch off the tool and
daylight or good artificial light. unplug from the mains.
■■ Keep firm footing and balance. Do not overreach. ■■ Do not allow children to operate this shredder.
Overreaching can result in loss of balance or exposure
to hazards. ■■ Ensure both the shredder and the user are standing
on a flat, steady surface. Do not stretch towards
■■ Keep all parts of your body away from moving parts. the shredder. Never stand at a higher level than the
■■ Inspect the product before use. Replace any damaged machine during operation.
parts before use. ■■ Hard objects such as stones, bottles or pieces of metal
■■ Do not operate the product in damp or wet locations. can cause damage to the machine and must never be
fed into the feeding hopper.
■■ Do not use the product in the rain.
■■ If the machine becomes blocked, stop the motor and
■■ Wear safety glasses or goggles when operating this disconnect the plug from the mains. Pull out any
product. blockages and check the machine for damage.
■■ Use the right product. Use the product for the intended ■■ Do not pull the machine using the cable or place
purpose only. pressure on it in any way.
■■ Do not handle the product with wet hands. ■■ Keep hands, face and the rest of the body away from
■■ Do not use the product if the switch does not turn the the hopper and the discharge chute.
product on or off. A product that cannot be controlled ■■ Keep away from the discharge chute when switching
with the switch is dangerous and must be repaired. on the motor.
■■ Avoid accidental starting. ■■ Do not allow the discharge chute to become stacked
■■ Stay alert and pay attention to what you are doing. Use with debris. This blocks new material coming down
common sense when using this product. the chute and can cause the shredder to change its
direction of rotation.
■■ Do not force the product. It will do a better job with less
likelihood of a risk of injury when you operate it at the ■■ The machine must not be moved when the motor is

running. WARNING:
Before carrying out any maintenance operations,
■■ Never leave the machine unsupervised. First switch off
cut off the electric power supply by disconnecting
the motor and disconnect from the mains.
the plug from the mains.
■■ Make sure the cord is located so that it will not be ■■ Service on this product must be performed by qualified
stepped on, tripped over or otherwise subjected to repair personnel only. Service or maintenance
damage or stress. performed by unqualified personnel could result in
■■ Do not abuse the power cord. Never carry the product injury to the user or damage to the product. Such
by the cord. Never pull the plug out of the power point service may also void your warranty.
by the cord. Keep the cord away from heat, oil and ■■ Use only identical replacement parts when servicing
sharp edges. the product. Follow the instructions in the Maintenance
■■ For outdoors work, use only suitably approved section of this manual. Use of unauthorised parts or
extension cables with a minimum conductor cross failure to follow maintenance instructions may create
section of 1.5mm2. The plug connectors must have a risk of electric shock, serious injury to the user or
earthing contacts and be water-proof. damage to the product. Such use may also void your
■■ Inspect extension cords for deterioration, cuts or
cracks in the insulation. Repair or replace the cords if STORAGE AND TRANSPORTATION RULES
any defects appear.
■■ Store the product in a dry place.
■■ A nameplate on the product indicates the unit’s
■■ Lock it up to prevent unauthorised use or damage.
voltage. Never connect the product to an AC voltage
Keep the product out of the reach of children.
that differs from this voltage.
■■ Secure the product when transporting it.
■■ If the power cord or extension cable becomes damaged
during use, disconnect the cord from the power supply ■■ Save these instructions. Refer to them frequently
immediately. DO NOT TOUCH THE CORD BEFORE and use them to instruct others who may use this
DISCONNECTING THE POWER SUPPLY. product. If you loan someone this product, loan these
instructions also.
■■ Electrical power should be supplied via a Residual
Current Device (RCD) with a tripping current of not
more than 30mA.

■■ Maintain the product with care. Follow instructions for
changing accessories. Keep the product dry, clean
and free from oil and grease.
■■ Unplug the product before making adjustments or
■■ Do not use the product if parts have been damaged.
Check the product regularly to make sure that it will
operate properly and perform the intended function.
Check for alignment of moving parts, binding of moving
parts, breakage of parts and any other condition that
may affect the unit's operation. Inspect the unit’s
power connection. Any part that is damaged should
be properly repaired or replaced by Ryobi authorised
service centre.
■■ Never douse or squirt the product with water or any
other liquid. Do not use detergents or solvents. Keep
handles dry, clean and free from debris. After each
use, clean with a soft and dry cloth.

Some of the following symbols may be used on your tool. Please study them and learn their meaning. Proper interpretation
of these symbols will allow you to operate the tool more safely and effectively.


Safety alert Precautions that involve your safety.

Eye and ear protection Always wear eye and ear protection when operating this product.

Keep bystanders away Keep all bystanders at least 15m away.

Wet conditions alert Do not expose to rain or use in damp locations.

To reduce the risk of injury, user must read and understand

Read operator's manual
operator's manual before using this product.

Remove plug from the mains immediately before maintenance or

Electric shock precaution
if cable is damaged or cut.

Always wear nonslip, heavy duty protective gloves when

Wear gloves
operating this product.

Warning! Do not put hands or feet under the cover of the machine
Keep hands and feet away
when it is running.

Keep hands away after The blades will continue to rotate after the machine has been
stop switched off.

Regulatory Compliance Mark (RCM). Product meets applicable

regulatory requirements.

The following signal words and meanings are intended to explain the levels of risk associated with this product.

Indicates an imminently hazardous situation, which, if not

avoided, will result in death or serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided,

could result in serious injury.

Indicates a potentially hazardous situation, which, if not avoided,

may result in minor or moderate injury.

(Without safety alert symbol) indicates a situation that may result

in property damage.

SERVICE ■■ The maximum cutting diameter depends on the
Servicing requires extreme care and knowledge and hardness of the wood.
should be performed only by a qualified service technician.
For service we suggest you to return the product to DESCRIPTION
your nearest authorised service centre for repair. When
servicing, use only identical replacement parts. a. Feed hopper
b. Switch panel
WARNING: c. Handle
Observe all normal safety precautions related to d. Discharge chute
avoiding electrical shock. e. Plunger
f. On/Off Switch
WARNING: g. Forward/Reverse selection knob
To avoid serious personal injury, do not attempt
h. LiveTool indicator
to use this product until you read thoroughly
i. Over-load protector
and understand completely the operator's
manual. Save this operator's manual and review 1. Supporting legs
frequently for safe operation. 2. Axle
3. Main body
4. Lock washer
The operation of any power tool can result in
5. Round screw M5*8
foreign objects being thrown into your eyes,
which may cause severe eye damage. Before 6. End frame
beginning operation, always wear eye protection 7. Spring washer
such as safety goggles, safety glasses with side 8. Saddle washer
shields or a full face shield. We recommend 9. Hex socket screw M8*55
Wide Vision Safety Mask for use over eye 10. Flat washer
glasses or standard safety glasses with side 11. Wheel
shields. Always use eye protection. 12. Hitch pin
13. Adjusting hole



Assembly of your shredder requires two people.
Voltage 230-240V~, 50Hz
2400W (S6-40%), ■■ Insert the axle (2) through the holes into each
Rated power supporting leg (1).
2000W (S1)
Note: The legs should be angled outwards (see fig 3)
Maximum idle speed 46/min
and the pin holes on the legs should face inside.
Maximum cutting ■■ Turn the shredder upside down (see fig 4). Insert the
diameter leg frame onto the motor housing (see fig 5).
Weight 29kg ■■ Attach the end frame (6) onto the leg frame.
Guaranteed sound power ■■ Secure the legs with hex screws (9), spring washer
LWA: 94 dB(A) (7) and a saddle washer (8). Secure the end frame
with round screws (5) and lock washer (4) (see fig 6).
WARNING: Tighten all nuts and screws.
Wet material can block the cutting assembly. To ■■ Insert wheels (11) onto the ends of the axle and secure
help prevent blocking feed dry materials through with flat washer (10) and hitch pin (12) (see fig 7).
the machine at regular intervals.
■■ Your shredder is now ready for use.
■■ The S6-40% indicates a load profile of 4 min. load and OPERATION
6 min. idle time. For practical application, continuous
operation is permitted. ■■ Your shredder is designed to shred dry garden waste
in a private garden. It is not suitable for shredding

glass, metal, plastic or fabric. For best results use shredder to cease working completely.
dry, hard materials. This product is not intended for ■■ Ensure the shredder is turned on and working in
professional use. normal forward direction. (see fig 8 - 9).
■■ Plug the shredder into the mains supply. The LiveTool ■■ Turn the screw inside the adjusting hole (13) with
indicator (h) will glow blue. Select forward rotation by the allen key (14) very slowly and very slightly in a
turning the forward/reverse selection knob (g) to the clockwise direction with the motor running until fine
right. Turn on using the on/off switch (f). aluminium chips fall out of the discharge chute.
■■ To get the maximum service from your shredder, we
recommend that you do not attempt to shred any twigs MAINTENANCE
or branches over 40mm in diameter. Your shredder requires very little maintenance.
■■ Feed the material to be shredded into the hopper (a).
Material will be automatically pulled through the cutting WARNING:
assembly and emerge at the discharge chute (d). Always disconnect the plug from the socket
before carrying out any maintenance or cleaning
■■ If the shredder becomes jammed by foreign bodies or procedures.
by branches which are too thick or hard, the shredder
■■ Ensure the air openings are kept clean and free of
will release itself automatically. The rotating direction
of the shredder will automatically reverse, thereby
releasing the material back through the top. To return ■■ Check all nuts and screws are tight.
the shredder rotation to normal, press the OFF switch
and wait until the cutting assembly has stopped ■■ Spray the cutting wheel after each use with a
completely. Then switch the machine on again with biodegradeable oil via the feed hopper at the top to
the ON switch and the shredder will be back to forward protect it against corrosion.
rotation. ■■ To clean the shredder, brush away dirt and waste
■■ If the shredder does not automatically unblock itself, residue that may be caught in the cutter. Wipe clean
turn the machine off and turn the forward/reverse the motor housing with a damp cloth. Do not use
selection knob to the left. Then turn the shredder running water, solvents, strong detergents or a high
on again. This should clear the blockage. Once the pressure washer to clean your shredder.
blockage is free, turn the shredder off and turn the ■■ If a foreign object comes into contact with the cutting
forward/reverse selection knob to the right (forward wheel or the machine starts to judder or produce
rotation) before turning the shredder back on. abnormal noises, switch off the motor immediately.
■■ If the machine is overloaded, the circuit breaker will Disconnect the plug and check for damage.
cut off the shredder. Leave it for about 5 minutes,then
press the over-load protector (i), followed by the On DISPOSAL
switch. The shredder should then start.
Waste electrical products should not be
CAUTION: disposed of together with household waste.
Do not operate the knob/switches in sequence Please recycle where facilities exist. Check
using abrupt motions. Sudden switching may with your local authority or retailer for
generate current spikes potentially damaging the recycling advice.

MAINTENANCE We reserve the right to make changes at any time without


Adjusting the shaving plate while the motor is
turned off could lead to serious damage of your
■■ If the shredder fails to shred material, the shaving
plate may need adjusting.
Note: Adjusting the shaving plate should only be
attempted when deemed totally necessary. Adjusting
the shaving plate too often or too far could cause your

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