Question about Garden
Hello. Most likely the nut which holds the blade tight has loosened enough that the motor spins the shaft but the blade just sits there and doesn't spin. This is an easy repair. You will need a large crescent wrench, or the properly sized open end wrench and a 2 foot long piece of 2x4 lumber. Use the lumber to "lock" the blade against the frame once you have the nut fairly tight. Then give it one more turn to be sure the nut doesn't loosen up on you again. It is best to do this job without turning the mower upside down as doing that will cause the oil to go into the air filter and then it will not start. If this is all basically greek to you ask a neighbor or a friend for help. It is really only a two minute job. J.
Posted on May 30, 2010
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