Question about Troy Garden
Model # 12A-A25U711 This mower is brand new and this is the 3rd time I've used it. I was mowing my yard and the lawn mower over heated. I let it cool off & started up again but the mower was super loud, the engine was going faster, and the handles were vibrating. I went ahead & finished up the mowing but the lawn mower continued to act up. Can some one please tell me what is happening to my mower and how to fix it? thanks Tiff
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Problem mowing my lawn.
I had the same problem and I already found those recommended solutions\ causes on the web:
1. The motor isn't on full throttle.
2. The blade is upside down.
3. The grass is too high when cutting it.
4. Overlap your cuts.
It helped my problem/ I hope it will help yours too!
Posted on Sep 01, 2008
I would think that switch may be faulty? Or is it a momentary switch only?, if so, then you have an input to the controller problem, insomuch as it starts, runs, for some reason thinks there is a problem & shuts down, whereby the switch is being pressed, so it "Sees" this and starts again, and so on?
Posted on Mar 04, 2010
SOURCE: Lawn Mower wont start
You need to obtain a manual for Briggs & Stratten engines. All the info you need will be in it. The most common cause for non starting in these engines is "Tight Tappets" Wether it's an OHV or the old "L" head engine, because they rev and work so hard, the valves seat themselves deeper into their seat which reduces the valve clearance. There is no adjustment on the older "L" engines, so you have to remove metal from either the valve stem, ot the lifter itself. I have in the past done this in situ with a point file, but it is a tedious job. Otherwise you must remove the head and take out the valves and grind the stems. A tricky task and probably should be done by a mechanic.
Posted on Apr 06, 2010
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