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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on May 15, 2010
SOURCE: mower is not shooting the
Maybe the grass you are trying to MUCLH is a little too high. Mulching doesn;t really cause the machine to "shoot" out the grass the way conventional cutting with a conventional blade does....it is the type of blade that when spinning, creates air pockets under the deck that allow the blades to keep cutting the grass over and over. Switch to a different blade to get it to shoot out.
Posted on Aug 13, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you for your help. Should the grass not fall on the lawn after it is mulched, not stick in the deck so that you have to stop and clean it out."
SOURCE: Toro GTS 6.75 mower -
Change the blade from the mulching blade to a conventional discharge blade. They are quite different in design. Also, a cover plate on the deck will have to be removed in order for the new blade to work (plus the grass has to discharge somewhere,,,eg ,,,side or back.
Posted on Sep 14, 2010
SOURCE: Wierd grass catcher problem
There are a couple of causes for this. Is the blade height the same on the new mower? Higher blade height could cause a lot of the grass to be blown out from under the deck, and not into the catcher chute.
On the trailing edge of the mower blades is a small 'wing' for lack of a better term. There are two types of blades, mulching blades that have a lower 'wing', while catcher blades that have a slightly higher 'wing' but it makes a difference.
If the season has been hot lately, the grass may not be growing as fast, hence less clippings, and less dense grass could also cause this.
Posted on Jun 16, 2012
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