Model # 14in Electric Trimmer

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Remington 14 in. 5.5 Amp Corded Electric Trimmer
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Remington

14 in. 5.5 Amp Corded Electric Trimmer

$38.53 /each

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The RM115ST is a 2-in-1 electric trimmer/edger and an environmentally friendly, quiet and lightweight alternative to the traditional gas trimmers. Easy for all to use and ideal for small yards and quick shape ups. Equipped with a 5.5 Amp motor, a 14 in. cutting path, this trimmer doubles as a lawn edger simply by flipping it over. Edge wheel provides fast, easy and even trimming along hard surfaces. The telescoping pole adjusts for different user needs and collapses for easy storage.

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  • 5.5 Amp electric motor
  • 14 in. cutting swath
  • Dual 0.065 in. line trimmer head with auto feed line advance
  • Pivot head for edging
  • Edge wheel provides fast, easy and even trimming along hard surfaces
  • Adjustable telescoping boom
  • 2-year limited warranty

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Can I just add more string to the spoil or do I have to replace the entire spoil?

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April 26, 2016
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According to the manual, yes, you can manually add more strings by winding both strings to the spindle. I think it's about 10 feet long for both. At the end of the manual book, it will tell you how to do it.
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April 18, 2016
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Hello - The trimmer line cartridge on the Remington Electric Trimmer can be reloaded. There are reloading instructions included in the owners manual. Thank you for your question.
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How do I order parts for the trimmer?

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Carrollton, Ga
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October 6, 2014
Need the cover for the line spool
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April 22, 2015
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Call customer support department for replacement parts. In USA, call 1-866-206-2707. In Canada, call 1-877-696-5533.
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Smyrna, Georgia
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October 8, 2014
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the replacement spool cap for the Remington RM115 Electric trimmer is MTD Part # 753-05760, and can be ordered from the following link:
http://www.mtdparts.com/equipment/mtdparts/753-05760
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One of the reviews said they had trouble with the bump feed? I thought this model had automatic feed?

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July 23, 2016
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July 25, 2016
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Hello - The Remington RM115 Electric trimmer has an automatic feed on the trimmer head. Thank you for your question.
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Which replacement spools are compatible with this product?

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July 5, 2015
I need to buy line for this but the store offers Toro, Homelite but not the Remington brand. Which is compatible?
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July 6, 2015
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Hello - The replacement spool for the Remington Electric trimmer is Model #753-06667 and can be found on mtdparts.com. Thank you for your question.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Purchase I'm glad that I decided to purchase this item. It was easy to assemble, and easy to handle. It gets a little heavy on the arms but it gets the job done very well. July 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Auto line feed Automatic Line Feed does not work!! Requires line unit to be disassembled or checked every 5 - 10 minutes for the line to be retrieved and/or pulled through. July 21, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value, but has limits Feels solid, but a bit heavy. Motor is very quiet, and it seems more than powerful enough for basic yardwork (grass, edging). I am not a fan of autofeed, as they usually squirt out the line too quickly. This model appears to govern the line feed by only feeding when the motor spools up to speed from stop. Actually seems to work well in conserving line, though you do have to stop and restart to feed more out (really not a big deal, and still more efficient than other models I have tried). Also, I am not a fan of the dual line heads. They use line twice as fast, are four times harder to reload, and offer no performance benefit. (Marketing gone amok.) The one design element that makes no sense on this model is the egde/trim flip. The shaft rotates AT THE HANDLE instead of at the base. So the other-hand grip (which is attached to the shaft BELOW the pivot point) must be manually readjusted to the new angle with every flip. My ten-year-old WeedEater knew better than this. Still, net-net, appears to be a solid performer at a very good price point. July 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not what I was hoping for I hate auto feed everytime I've purchased one it just frustrating. If Home Depot gives me my money back I will be taking it back. I wish manufacturers would go back to bump feed July 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by WORKS GREAT I had read a bad review so I really wasn't expecting too much from this trimmer. It arrived well packaged and was easy to assemble due to well written and illustrated instructions. We took the trimmer down to our orchard to tackle some heavy duty growth around some of the trees. It worked like a champ!!! I was surprised at how heavy it is and I especially like the fact that I can plug it in to use it. Gas engines are overrated in my humble opinion. This is a very nice trimmer well thought out and well put together with lots of features. It is fairly priced. I'm looking forward to giving the rest of the orchard a trim. April 30, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by piece of j... to flimsy wiggle like a toy , have to pull the string every feet of work ,not auto feed working properly July 5, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Heavy-duty, Great Quality, Lots of Power I was very surprised by the weight of this trimmer. I have bought both gas and electric trimmers in the past and this one is heavier than any electric trimmer purchased previously. I am impressed by the pivoting head - it literally moves at the touch of a button. Depressing the two orange buttons on the sides of the motor head allows you to adjust it to one of four positions for maximum flexibility. You can also adjust the length of the shaft and rotate the handle to use it as an edger. Since this is early spring and I have not used it a lot yet I can't judge it's durability. But it was easy to hold and maneuver around the perimeter of the house so right now, I am giving it high marks for performance at a great price. April 18, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not bad trimmer the auto line feed is confusing and annoying to use. I read the instructions, but it's not clear how to release more line. Even manually releasing the line, when I start the motor, it releases too much. I had to cut off the excess with scissors several times because the blade wouldn't cut the excess string. Second, it's a little bit heavier than my black & decker (B&D). Also the B&D has a wheel that is easier to use than this trimmer's wheel. Line gets shortened fast. I might try with a thicker nylon line to see if it lasts longer. I chose this one over the B&D trimmer because my previous trimmer died within 1 or 2 years. I don't mind manual line feed, but I would rather have a motor that lasts and that's why I didn't want to get another Black & Decker trimmer. Lots of reviewers say that their B&D trimmer died within a short time. Overall, some people might not like this trimmer because of the annoying auto line feed. If that's the case, DON'T get this trimmer. I got this one because it was affordable, and hopefully the motor lasts longer than my Black & Decker April 26, 2016
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