Question about Electric Lawn Mower
I mowed the front yard couple of days ago. Plugged in the mower to charge it. When I attempt to turn the mower on, I see three green lights, which should indicate a charge but there is no evidence that I've even tried to start it. The battery is just one year old.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Locate the battery on your lawn mower. It will be under the seat or under the hood.
Remove the old battery by using the correct socket or wrench to remove the nuts attaching each cable to each terminal.
Examine the battery for any restraining hardware and if present, remove using a wrench or a screwdriver.
Carefully lift the old battery out of the mower. Using a wire brush and a solution of water and baking soda, clean off the cable ends.
Lower the new battery into place and attach the black cable to the black, or negative terminal, and the red cable to the red, or positive terminal. Reattach any restraint system.
Posted on Apr 17, 2011
SOURCE: electric mower will quit after
I don't know what model or brand this is but once you make sure you have power at the end of the cord (bring something else to plug in to test it.) My next thought would be the switch. This seems to be the first to go on some of these. Look at the housing and see if it is cracked or distorted. Post brand and model # also.
Posted on Jun 16, 2011
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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