Question about Toro Lawn Mower With Toro Power Tools
I had the problem of the cord coming out slightly then stop.
The most likely candidate is you are low on oil and the engine seized up. Make sure you have the proper amount of oil. Remove the spark plug, then take a rubber mallot and gently knock the mower blade (counterclockwise) until it starts turning. Continue this process until you can move the mower blade by hand. Once the mower blade turns freely then the cord will be able to be pulled. I found that these Toros use quite a bit of oil especially if you are cutting a large lawn. Check the oil level before each mow to make sure you are not low.
Posted on Jul 08, 2011
I have the same problem with the cord it is stuck.I need help.
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