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I have a black & decker lawnhog mm875 lawn mower that just stopped working. the power to the mower is good. can you help

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No bypass please. mower has close & open contact that interlock.when stop brake works. see dewaltservicenet.com or toolpartsdirect for info

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I had the same problem. Its the switch.

When you pull the plastic handle up, it pushes down a button switch located in the handle. Over time (and with use) the parts begin to wear and the handle is no longer aligned properly with the button. So, ........ when you pull the handke up the button is not pushed in far enough to start the mower.

I want to bypass the handle and hard wire the mower but I can't find a wiring diagram.

Posted on May 15, 2008

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