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Yardworks Battery operated lawn mower flipped over, now won't start. Battery has all green lights.


Some mowers will not start if there is insufficient oil in the crankcase. After the flip, did the machine lose oil? Also, this can flood the mower and possibly cover the plug with oil. Remove the plug, check the fuel and oil. Chech to see if any wire connectors came undone.

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Yardworks snow blower


Leaks are normally from bad seals or ones put on engine wrong. Many snow blowers leak oil, very common. Electric start needs to be taken apart. Rust is problem most likely. When you engage the starter it kicks out the gear to turn over engine. Carefully remove the starter from engine, try to start starter an if the pinion gear does not kick out from starter disassembly it an try to clean rust away from action. Dont break wires around electric motor careful about getting dirt an rust in winding. Try to lube spring an moving parts around gear. One other thing it could be a sheared off gear on starter also.

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Adding hydrolic oil to yardworks 4-ton wood spliter


Replace the Hydraulic oil in the log splitter after
every 150 hours of use. Take following steps to
replace it.
  1. Make sure all moving parts stops and the log splitter is unplugged.
  2. Unscrew Oil Drain Bolt with Dipstick to remove it.
  3. Turn the log splitter on the Support Leg side over an 4 liters capacity container to drain the hydraulic oil off.
  4. Turn the log splitter on the the motor side.
  5. Refill fresh hydraulic oil at the volume as per the hydraulic oil capacity of a particular model indicated in above specifications table.
  6. Clean the surface of Dipstick on the Oil Drain Bolt and put it back into the oil tank while keep the log splitter vertically.
  7. Make sure the level of the refilled oil is just between 2 grooves around the Dipstick.
  8. Clean the Oil Drain Bolt before thread them back. Make sure they are tightened to avoid leakage before place the log splitter horizontally.
Periodically check oil level to ensure it is between
2 grooves around the Dipstick. Upon Lower oil
level, oil refilling is required.

Source:
http://www.qci.net/files/5_Ton_Log_Splitter_-_USE_THIS_MANUAL.pdf

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How to set time on Yardworks two zone water timer


Copy following link to access manuals for each brand of water timer on market 2013:
http://waterheatertimer.org/Woods-timers-and-manuals.html#sprinkler
Yardworks does not have website, manuals or warranty claim procedure.
Instead, yardworks repackages other brands of timer, generally water timers, such as orbit or melnor and raindrip. And sometimes repackages other brands of outdoor timers.
Recommend folks stay away from timer-repackagers such as Yardworks, Timex, First Alert, and buy brand names that have clear customer resources.

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Fuel injected 2008 triumph america , loss of power and fire in central part of nearside exhaust


Instructions
    • 1 Clean the underside of the motor with soap and water to remove any dirt and oil build-up that could contaminate the motor.
    • 2 Warm your motorcycle to operating temperature by starting the motor and letting the oil warm up or by taking a short ride. The oil will expand slightly and flow better to give you a more accurate reading.
    • 3 Park the motorcycle on a level surface and turn the ignition switch to the "Off" position. Place your Triumph on its center stand, if equipped with one, to provide additional stability.
    • 4 Place your catch basin directly below the oil drain plug on the underside of the motor and remove the drain plug with the appropriately-sized socket. Allow the oil to drain until the flow has reduced to a thin trickle then replace the drain plug.
    • 5 Locate the oil sump drain plug and center your catch basin below it. Remove the drain plug and allow the oil to drain until the flow is reduced to a thin trickle then replace the drain plug. Replace the drain plug. Note that this step is only required on certain models, such as the Thunderbird Sport and older "oil-in-frame" models.
    • 6 Remove the oil filter with an oil filter wrench and discard the old filter.
    • 7 Fill the new oil filter with fresh oil, coating the inner lip of the filter lightly with oil to provide a stronger seal before screwing the filter onto the motor. Tighten the filter by hand until it is secure.
    • 8 Add your engine oil into the oil tank. Replace the cover and wipe away any spilled oil.
    • 9 Locate the engine sump bolt, located at the base of the cylinders and the carburetors. Remove the bolt and add half a quart of oil into the sump. Replace the bolt and wipe away any spilled oil. Note that this step is only required on older "oil-in-frame" models.

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Yardworks snowblower will not start with electric cord and to hard to crank


too hard to pull may indicate that it is hydrolocked. Fuel from the carb may have leaked into and filled the crankcase. Check the oil level and see if it is very very high. Watch out! The fuel makes the oil level very hard to see. If the oil is filled with gas than not being able to start is a good thing. The motor wont get enough protection from wear with that much gas watering it down! If the oil is watering down then drain it out and get some fresh oil. Make sure you turn off the gas between uses to prevent the carb from dumping fuel. Get the carb serviced to fix the problem too.

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YardWorks 19'' 24V mower not charging


JIM I HAVE SEEN THIS ISSURE MORE THAN A HANDFULL OF TIMES, THE MAIN PROBLEM IS A LOOSE WIRE TO THE MOTOR HEAD, POP OFF THE COVER AND INSPECT. IF THAT DOES THE TRICK THEN GREAT!!! IF NOT THEN U HAVE INTERNAL MOTOR ISSUES THAT WILL BE COST PROHIBITIVE TO REPAIR.

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Tillers what type of motor?


* Engine Options -- Tillers come in four- and two-stroke models. o Get a four-stroke engine if you can. + Easier to start up than two-stroke models. + Require less maintenance and are more convenient because they don't require any mixing of fuel and oil. + Produce less exhaust. o The more horsepower, the more powerful your tiller will be. + Rear-tine tillers generally have more horsepower than any other kind. + You'll appreciate that horsepower when you have hard soil to till.

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