Question about Electric Lawn Mower
I have the same problem blumph had! Used it approx 5 times...twice last year and twice this year, so four. Started great, and cut twice, then when I recharged it.....poof....nothing. The battery shows it's fully charged but the handle charge lit red, no charge and a slight hum at first, then dead as a door nail. Called Homelite # after having to search online! as the manual gives a wrong #. Basically I need my receipt, which I can't find to send to repair shop. I saw this answer and was like....great, I can do that, but honestly I need to know what to do. I can't afford to go spend another 300.00 on a mower, and I'm really disappointed..to say the least....that it already died on me! Please, any suggestions would be great.
Batteries dies if they are not charge in time atleast one per every month either u are using it or not
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I can think of only one or two things that are causing your problems. It could either be approx. a $14.00 switch in the handle that has shorted out, or 2 bad brushes $1.75/ea.on the armature (motor). Both are fairly simple fixes with just a screwdriver and maybe pliers. You might also check and see if the power cord has been chafed or damaged and is shorting out.
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Posted on Oct 07, 2009
SOURCE: TORO 20074A Starter not working.
OK seems to me you have a connection problem. This doesn't always mean that a connection where two wires plug together is bad. It could be a problem as simple as a mouse chewing thru a wire.
Take your time and check the wire or wires that go from your battery down to the starter.You may very quickly find your problem. A bad contact, a broken wire, a disconnected wire, or that bad little mouse, which will lead you to the purchase of a mouse trap before he causes you any additional headaches. GOOD LUCK.
Posted on Jul 05, 2011
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