Question about Black & Decker 19" Electric Lawnhog Mulching Mower with Rear Bag
Hello. It sounds like the nut holding the blade tight to the shaft is loose. With the mower unplugged and off, with the key removed, do this. lift up the mower so that you can spin the blade manually. It should not spin freely, it should be hard to spin because if the bolt is tight you would be spinning the blade and the motor. If it is loose, get a wrench that will fit the nut and then hold the blade in place with a short piece of lumber [like a 24 inch piece of 2x4] and tighten the bolt. J.
Posted on Aug 28, 2010
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