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CMM1000 mower Any luck figuring out your intermittent mower problem? Mine does same thing. B&D wanted $180. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks, Jeff

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No, I never did find out for sure what caused the problem. It seemingly went away. When I was mowing and the problem ocurred, it was 100+ degrees F outside. I believe the mower's electric mower has a thermal cut-off switch that prevents it from overheating but could not find any confirmation of this. No mention of it in the manual. B&D's helpline was not available on the weekend I was cutting the grass. It has not happened since.

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Probably the quote you for the battery which not parts fo recall.
pcboard are recall

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A small wire, coated in red, pulled loose under the cover of my Black & Decker CMM1000 cordless lawn mower, and the mower will no longer start. I can't figure out where the wire is supposed to connect....


I have a CMM100 that is acting up. I plan to take the cover off this weekend. I can send you some pics if you want. E-mail me at stevec_junk@yahoo.com if interested. In fact, send me a picture of your removed wire (where the other end goes) and I might be able to answer you better.

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I would recommend checking eBay as you can get these for almost 50% off your purchase. Visit the manufacturers website and get a part number for the bag. Use the part number to search on eBay.

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B&d cmm1000


see if ur mower is cmm1000 type 1 to 4.this unit are recall for
board. see service center to upgrade the unit to CMM1200. if ur battery are not holding charge need the battery is not parts of the recall.battery will last 3 to 5 yrs apx.

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see www.blackanddecker.com for CMM1000 type 1 to 4 / recall.
if ur mower is under that type then see service center for recall. board are recall & needs convertion to CMM1200

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thats the CMM1000 type 4. the unit are recall.go to any service center & ask for conversion to CMM1200.

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check out www.toolpartsdirect.com for diagram & cost. if the board are burnt. it is hard to get the board. i suggest covert the unit to CMM1200. you need convertion kit includes instruction how to install, wiring assy & charger. see webstie i mension & look for cmm1000 type 4. item 82

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How to replace batteries on CMM1000 (diagram?)


I have a CMM1000 which needs new batteries. I have pretty much figured out how to replace them, but I haven't found replacements yet. Please let me know where you found them! You need to remove the (black) top cover - there are 6 screws involved. 2 screws are in recesses toward the front on top. You will probably need to remove debris to access these. They are Torx type, but if you don't have Torx bits, they have a slot which works with a flat head screwdriver if you're careful.  The next 2 screws are toward the back down at either side. These are also the Torx type and they have star washers. The last 2 screws are up in the charging area. They are regular phillips and they attach to the circuit board. With all screws removed the top cover will come free. Be gentle though - there are wires from the charging meter that are still attached. You have to maneuver the cover over the height adjustment handle, then flip it up to reveal the circuit board. Disconnect the red and black wires from the terminals marked "TB2 Fuel Gauge Red" and "TB3 Fuel Gauge Blk" The top is now free and can be set aside. There is a push-fit block of styrofoam which can be removed and set aside. You should now be able  access the battery terminals which can be removed with a nut driver or socket wrench.  There is a jumper wire also. Make a note of the polarity of all connections. At this point the old batteries should slide out from their styrofoam cradle (I haven't actually tried this yet).  From this point you will reverse the steps to install your new batteries. Hope this helps.

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All of a sudden mine also acted like it wouldn't take a charge and the needle wouldn't move. The plastic safety key also wouldn't insert smoothly as it used to and I would have to push the start lever before it would drop in. When I checked the charger, it was putting out 24v. When I opened up the lid I noticed that the starter cable was pushing the safety switch incorrectly. If it was moved a bit, the mower would then start. The starter cable is only secured to the handle by tie wraps. So if it gets moved around, it can cause the kill switch to be in the kill position. So now if I have a problem, I just move the cable in or out a bit. Fortunately, this find saved me a trip to the dealer and who knows how much $$$$.

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