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What direction to turn nut to remove blade from an HU625AWD LAWN MOWER

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Turn to Left. The blades on many brands of walk-behind mowers rotate to the right, the clockwise direction, when you are mowing. To remove the blade, you must turnthe blade's retaining bolt to the left, or counterclockwise. The important thing here is that you put a 2 x 4 or a block of wood to stop the blade from turning. If you have it, a blade lock is best. If you don't have it and the blade is sharp, you may want to wear some gloves.

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Normal right hand thread so counter clockwise to undo

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