I imagine it would cut oleander just fine, but who knows? As for the roots, I'd say not. It's a tiny chain saw essentially, and chain saws don't care much for dirt and rocks. Ask me how I know. Unless you have chain saw files and enjoy sharpening the chain every 5 minutes I'd figure out a different way to attack the roots.
Do you mean replacement blades? If so, you can order them from B&D. if it came with no blades return the saw
I certainly would not use any electrical corded device outside if ANY moisture was still present on grass, leaves, etc. Not worth the risk to me nor the tool.
Well, most electric trimmers, etc, have a small male socket. You need to get an extention corn that will fit into that. I have seen those orange colored ones at box stores, that work well. Some of ghem are a tight fit, but that is a good thing as far as preventin falling out easily. As far as the gauge of wire of the extention cord, this thing only draws 4.5 amps, so no worry there. Even the cheapest ones would work. However, if you are using a longer cord, get a good one to plug into the wall, and then you can use the cheaper shorter one to go from the long one into the alligator.
Make sure it's ((unplugged)) put on your lap hold one side with one hand open it up with the other, clean in between the chains and teeth with a long screwdriver to clear , you might find a couple of branches and they're also pulling out with the screwdriver if you cannot with the tool that it brought you release bolts and nuts take the part off take the chain off and that makes a better cleaning the make sure to spray it with silicone spray or WD-40 spray that's what I use or oil
It is a 6 inch chain. I love this lopper! It has been worth every cent!!!!
No any near Black & Decker store will order it for you
No contact Black & Decker store near you
I've had good experience using mine, but haven't tried it on pampass grass. I would think the grass base is more decidious and not leafy ... it should work.