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Where do you adjust the speed of the blades turning on this hand propelled mower?
Looks like your throttle cable needs adjust. Your owner's manual should show you.
Posted on Apr 20, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you most likely have a bad safety switch. there is one under your seat,one on engagement lever for blades,and probably one or two more in other places.start with the one under your seat by unplugging it and then going ahead with normale start up and implement engagement. you will have found the bad switch when everything works as it should.replace switch if you feel its necessary or just leave unplugged. it will not affect performance or longevity of the tractor
Posted on May 02, 2009
SOURCE: I have a DYT400 with a Briggs and Straton Intek plus 19.5 ovh. When I move the speed lever to full speed, the mower wants to choke out. Also, when I put the lever on stop, it just keeps running. the
You have governor with a missing spring or it could be in the wrong place. If the springs are all OK then you may have a bad governor gear in the crankcase. This engine is bad about the governor gears bending the governor gear shaft.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
carburator needs a good cleaning out get all the sludge out with a good quality carb cleaner take the carb apart to do a good job!
Posted on Jun 07, 2010
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Some self-propelled mowers include a speed control, but sometimes it may seem that no matter how you adjust it, the mower just creeps along at a snail's pace. Most likely this isn't a mechanical malfunction, but an adjustment is probably needed.
Very tall or thick grass can bog down a self-propelled mower, but adjusting the height of the blade may allow it to roll through and cut the grass at normal speeds. If the blade is low, the amount of cutting required may slow down the movement of the entire mower. The frame of the mower may also stick in the high grass. Raise the blade little by little until the mower rolls at the appropriate speed. Going up hills may cause a similar response.
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