Question about Black & Decker 19" Electric Lawnhog Mulching Mower with Rear Bag
Do I need to take the battery out of the lawnmore for winter storage. I live in Windsor, Ontario and the winters are very cold. I was told to take out the battery in the winter but I wanted to check with you first. Also, If I need to take it out, where is it located and what do I need to do to take it out?
I bought my B&D cordless mower CMM1000 (very similar to the CMM1200) in April 2003. I made the mistake of following their instructions and stored it inside unplugged the first winter. Never again! The battery would not hold a charge April 2004, but was covered under warranty. Since then, I've left it trickle charging in the shed year round, including cold winters. No problem since then with the battery, which will last about 5 yrs before you need to replace it.
Posted on Apr 21, 2010
I just put the lawnmower in the basment for the winter.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
Hi, Yes it' a good idea to take it out. Don't no what kind of mower you have. If you have the riding type, open the hood and the battery is in front of the steering wheel. If you have the push type, Very few of them has battery operated. But if you do, They are right in back of engine.
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Posted on Nov 29, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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