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Felco Gartenschere - Pruners Disassembly

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  1. Felco Gartenschere - Pruners Disassembly, Various types available: step 1, image 1 of 1
    • There are several types - e.g. also for left-handers, here a Felco Nr 4 is shown.

  2. Felco Gartenschere - Pruners Disassembly, Release mother: step 2, image 1 of 1
    • First, the upper nut SW 13 is released, then the scissors is turned over.

    • The spring can be easily removed.

  3. Felco Gartenschere - Pruners Disassembly, Release screw from below: step 3, image 1 of 1
    • Now the hinge screw can be unscrewed. Here SW 14 is used Next to it lies the spring and the lock nut.

    • Now the scissors can be completely disassembled.

    • The blade is pinned with three bolts in the handle half and usually dissolves easily.

  4. Felco Gartenschere - Pruners Disassembly, The items: step 4, image 1 of 1
    • The scissors are disassembled. We see the pivot nut, the hinge screw, the spring, the two handles and the blade.

    • The blade is ground on one side. Sharpen the beveled edge with about 15 degrees, only deburr the straight edge with a maximum of 5 degrees.

    • The parts should be free from rust and freshly oiled or greased.


Repeat the steps in order to reassemble your device.

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Does the fixed bolt need Locktight or thread locker applied to its thread to stop it coming loose in operation?

Nicholas Little - Reply

I did not use a thread locker and ist works until today.

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