I was having problems with this mower in that the handle seemed to engage the mower only intermittently. I suspected a cabe issue so took apart the handle assembly to lube the cable. Though I took it apart carefully, the spring that returns that handle (hat you push forward)to its original position came ot before I could note its alignment. Has anyone experienced this and/or knows of a diagram of the handle assembly. I looked all over the net but could find nothing. Any help would be appreciated.
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I have owned a cm1000 for about 10 years and have been very pleased with it. I received a replacement charging circuit board as a recall item but other than that no problems. I can usually mow my front and back yards about twice on a charge. I think I will replace the batteries this year for the first time because they are not performing well.
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.
the largest is the 24v CMM1000. now the circuit board for the said model are hard to get. but upgrade are available & convert it to CMM1200 model. convertion kit includes instruction how to, a wiring assy & a charger.
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
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 $$$$.