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Uh, yea. Governor rod? Really dude? Sure, split the case to the motor which will take all day and you will never be able to re-assemble the motor.
Quite frankly, your grass is too long and your mower is under severe load stress. First, raise your wheels as high as they will go. Every mower has wheel adjustments. Second, be sure your catch chute is clear (this is the where the bag connects that catches the grass. If your mulcher is attached, remove it attached your bag to catch the clippings. This will reduce the load on the blades. Third, make sure the yard is not wet when you are mowing it. We grass makes it three times heavier and will kill your mower. Do all 3, and I bet your problem is solved.
Posted on Jul 24, 2012
THE engine has done a lot of work and the compression is down ,,,,starts ok but hasent got the go in it to cut the grass so either rebuild engine or get a new one.
But first check the govenor rod that runs from the carby yo the flywheel as it might be uncliped.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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Some self-propelled mowers include a speed control, but sometimes it may seem that no matter how you adjust it, the mower just creeps along at a snail's pace. Most likely this isn't a mechanical malfunction, but an adjustment is probably needed.
Very tall or thick grass can bog down a self-propelled mower, but adjusting the height of the blade may allow it to roll through and cut the grass at normal speeds. If the blade is low, the amount of cutting required may slow down the movement of the entire mower. The frame of the mower may also stick in the high grass. Raise the blade little by little until the mower rolls at the appropriate speed. Going up hills may cause a similar response.
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