Question about Garden
He is an older gentleman, and as he had just added oil to the mower, I had him stop and when I checked the level, it was overfilled by quite a bit. I drained some out to bring it down to the full level, but the alarm still was flashing. I told him to go ahead and cut his grass, and while he was cutting the alarm went away. It must hang on for a short time after the condition has returned to normal. Does anyone know where you can access the meanings of the codes that may come up on this machine for future issues?
Posted on May 14, 2009
The code isn't CH6 its CHG. It's a timer to remind you to change the oil after 100 hrs of use.
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