Question about Craftsman Garden
Should be easy pull the plug off of the switch and the old switches were bolted on the newer ones are just clipped in remove old switch put in the new one put plug back on the switch.
Posted on Dec 21, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on May 13, 2009
I have a Troy-Bilt push mower that does the same.
Try this - Run the mower until the point of quitting. Keep the hood up and be ready to remove the gas cap. As soon as you feel it start to stutter like it's going to quit, unscrew the gas cap and see if it comes back to life and doesn't quit.
If that works, then what is happening is that the gas in the carburetor bowl is getting depleted faster than the tank can provide it, possibly because of a clogged vent that's supposed to allow air back into the gas tank as gas is used.
You can try running with the gas cap not quite tight, to let some air seep in that way, but that's more prone to sloshing leaks. You could also try drilling a hole in the gas cap - about 3/16" is plenty, and stuffing a piece of natural sponge in to keep the gas in and dirt out. Synthetic sponge will deteriorate in gas.
Posted on Jun 09, 2009
When using a bagger, you need correct blades on mower or Worn blades will cause the deck not to get the vacuum needed for the bagger to pickup.
Posted on Aug 22, 2009
Its not a hard job just push in clutch and lock it, remove mower belt then replace drive belt and then put mower belt back on and release clutch.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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