Question about Black & Decker 19" Electric Lawnhog Mulching Mower with Rear Bag
The battery seems dead, I have tried to charge. How do I get under the top cover? I know it has to do with the four holes in the top and that you need a flat head, but I cannot seem to get it off? Help!
I was mowing in light grass and hit a tree root. the mower quit, batteries are fully charged. can anyone suggest a way to remove top cover? I suspect that i'm going to be confronted w/a printed circuit board with several silicon controlled rectiviers on it. I'm a legally blind ex electronics tech.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
The easiest way to get to the batteries is to take off the three bolts that hold the motor on to the chassis. After that take a flat head screwdriver and depress the little metal holders from the plastic, It took a little shaking to get it loose. dont give up. Then you discover your four batteries.
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