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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not a hard job, but you will need a couple of tools. First, you will need a wrench that fits the nut that is holding the blade on. I prefer a closed end wrench, but an open end will do. Second, you will need a blade changing tool. The brand name is called a Blade Hog. It attaches to the deck and holds the blade in place so you can turn the nut. Raise the deck as high as it will go, attach the Blade Hog, and then loosen and remove the nut. Be sure and pay attention to which side is up on the old blade and put the new one on in the same manner.
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Posted on Oct 08, 2008
SOURCE: Will crank but won't fire
To run, the engine needs fuel/air mix, compression, and a spark. See if you can narrow your problem down to one of these. Remove the plug, then connect the plug wire and set (or carefully hold) the base of the plug against the cylinder head. Crank the engine and see if there is a spark. If not, the problem is in the ignition system.
If you see a spark, replace the spark plug. Remove the air filter and pour about a tablespoon of gasoline down the carburetor throat. Crank the engine, being careful to stay away from the carburetor in case it backfires. If the engine fires and runs, then it probably is not getting gas (fuel system problem), or not getting enough gas (carburetor or choke problem).
Compression problems are less common, unless the engine has been abused somehow. You can check for compression with a compression gage. Remove the spark plug, install the compression gage in the spark plug hole, then crank the engine with the throttle open and the choke off. If you get at least 60 or 70 psi when you do this test, the compression is probably not the problem.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
Hello, I did finally locate your model number in my Electrolux Home Products catalog, HOWEVER, the bag is no longer manufactured and as near as I can tell, there are no longer any available to purchase. You can still buy the frame and hard plastic top but no bag.
This is a 1995 model so this is not an uncommon thing.
I can look up the part numbers of the available items for you if you want them.
Sorry I could not present you with better news.
Posted on Nov 04, 2009
Here's the info for your problem. Just in case you didn't realize, you entered your question under the label of PC Desktops. Your problem has nothing to do with a computer. Click here for the website with your info on it. If the link doesn't take you to the website with the instructions and pictures then try this one and enter the info of your lawn tractor until you reach the page with the "how-to" of doing the bagger. johndeere.com Choose operator's manual OMM158914, then scroll down to Installing, and choose Installing Lower Discharge Chute, or choose Upper Bagger Discharge Chute; whichever one works best for you. I hope this is the material you were looking for and that it helps you resolve your problems.
Posted on Mar 23, 2010
your valves might be sticking due to old gas when you had some or the little rod clutch rod to the carb is disconnected this is just to choke it before it dies out.
I sugest that you clean out the carb out with carb cleaner and also clean the valves.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
Testimonial: "I will give it a try, cleaning the valves"
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