Question about Mtd Garden
Are all the rods that hold the deck on all the same length. Has any been replaced with the wrong ones. Did this machine hit something that things were bent an out of shape.
Are your tires blown up where they should be? Soft tires will do that.
Posted on Jan 07, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the only way to fix it is fit the right blades
they have fitted the wrong blade's to it,,,
the blades should overlap when cutting the grass they cannot crash into each other as there are (timed up) not to do that the new blades they fitted are to short so you have no over lap on the gutters that leaves a strip of grass left uncut between the blades,,
call them out to put this stupid mistake right,,,
Posted on Oct 25, 2009
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If it is a 2 cylinder with a set of bent valve push rods on one side it may well start and sound good, but it will not be able to do the work as only one cylinder is functional. I had a similar problem on a B&S V2. Pull the plug wires off one at a time. If it makes no difference with one plug wire off and is totally dead with the other plug wire off, then you have a dead cylinder.
Posted on Jun 28, 2010
SOURCE: how do i adjust the
On the right side of your mower you should find a lever that allows you to adjust the cutting height of the deck up and down.
I hope this helps, if that is not sufficient just reply for some clarification and I will answer you question further.
Posted on Jul 15, 2011
SOURCE: Wierd grass catcher problem
There are a couple of causes for this. Is the blade height the same on the new mower? Higher blade height could cause a lot of the grass to be blown out from under the deck, and not into the catcher chute.
On the trailing edge of the mower blades is a small 'wing' for lack of a better term. There are two types of blades, mulching blades that have a lower 'wing', while catcher blades that have a slightly higher 'wing' but it makes a difference.
If the season has been hot lately, the grass may not be growing as fast, hence less clippings, and less dense grass could also cause this.
Posted on Jun 16, 2012
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