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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A regular blade has a straight cutting edge, a mulching blade is bent to have a high and low cutting edge. Even if you have a mulching blade on, if the grass is too high or wet or you're cutting too low, it won't do a good job and may require a second pass.Raising your cutting height can help. Hope this helps. Dwain
Posted on May 17, 2009
first remove air filter and spray starting fluid in the carb? if it starts the fuel is the problem carbs are easily removed and cleaned make sure needel is not stuck? if it dosnt start chexk for spark pull rope hold screwdriver over wire touch it too plug end see if you see spark if not? then you must test zone conrol cable and grounds? did you hit something hard with the blade if so you could have a sheered flywheel key it will trow egine out of time ?
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
Hi and welcome to FixYa. I am Kelly
The part your looking for is called the BLADE ADAPTER. The part number should be: 753-0588
These are available at most any lawnmower repair / parts store. If you walk in woith what is left of your old one they can sell you an exact replacement. I am kind of old school when it comes to blade adapters. I always match old with the new before I buy them. I have been burned too many times from on line sites mainly with blade adapters. Most anything else available on the net is fine.
Here is a whole page of adapters:
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Posted on Apr 10, 2010
taking the engine apart is easier than it sounds on a small engine. You can probably find your shaft pretty cheap on Ebay or even ordering a new one from Briggs and Strattong would be less than a new mower. You are probably looking at a total of about fifteen bolts to be turned to change the cranshaft. Most of the technical data, like torque specs is available online. Good luck.
Posted on Apr 23, 2010
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