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Rear bag will not close

When using rear bag grass is coming out. not keeping all the clipping in the bag

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SOURCE: clipped grass tends to get clogged under the blade and not fill the bag

there is different blades do you have the right blade for bagging?

Posted on May 22, 2012

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My lawn mower blade has stopped discharging into the bag?


Turn the mower off and allow it to come to a complete stop or unplug it. Make sure the internal rear deflector is in place by lifting the rear door. Otherwise, the grass may get caught in the rear opening and cause the mower to malfunction.
Lift the door on the side of the mower. Look for the hooks on the underside of the door.
Line up the hooks on the door with the slots on the side discharge chute. Lower the door onto the chute. Grass clippings will now exit through the chute during operation. To remove the chute, reverse this process.

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The blades don't push the grass to the bags


the blades are the wrong ones for throwing grass clippings
they have to have turned up edge to generate an air flow out of the chute to the bag
talk with the mower shop for the correct blades

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Why do the clippings remain on lawn and don't enter bag?


Blades cut the grass and blow air like a fan. The clippings should flow along with the air out into the yard or into the bag. That only works if the bag acts like a filter and catches the clippings but lets the air out to be replaced by more air and more clippings until the bag is full of clippings.
The most likely problem is that your bag does not let the air out. Cutting wet grass will coat the inside like green paint. When dry, it's like the underside of your mower.
Check the inside. You might need to scrape and/or flush from the outside in. Can yours be turned inside out"? That would be the best case.
When clean and dry, it should work.
Didn't mention the easiest fix: to take out the hand-ful of clipping blocking the path to the bad: since you already checked that.

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Rear mounting grass catcher has space along bottom where all the grass gets out. Yes the side shooter is closed. Yes the top door over the catcher is closed. Yes, it's hooked onto the only place I can...


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To mulch my grass clippings, do I have to use the side discharge or can I simply remove the bag and insert the rear plug?


Insert the rear plug if mulching is desired. The key to mulching is to mow the lawn frequently.You want to keep the mower deck height high enough to cut the grass and allow the mulching blades to work, but just low enough to actually cut the grass in a smooth uniform height. To low of a cut setting will clog the mower and create a mess. 2 times a week is a good frequency to start with.

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there is a product called mowease that you apply to the blade and mowing decked after a good cleaning. it helps keep the grass from adhereing to the deck

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