Question about Craftsman Cultivating Shield
Why would the tines aqll of a sudden be so hard to engage,Less then a year old.They were smooth to release till i had to keep replaceing the top screw on the belt guard.(Keeps breaking off ???? ) & yes the screw does;nt stay in for very long. I though i might be tighening nthe screw to much which in turn putting pressure on tine linkage,Nope only thing i can see is the safty switch that move up to bottom of the shield when you (try) to engage tines Help!!!!!!! Thank You
Not sure about this tiller but some others just need oil in the crankcase - tillers tend to lose oil because of the harsh conditions they work under. If you hear squeaking down their it might be a good idea to check it out.
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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