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Just inherited a B&D lawnhog electric 19" mower. Can't find how to charge it or where the cord should go. Didn't even have a cord. Please help

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At the rear top of the motor housing right where the clippings bag attaches is a rectangular "key" about four inches long and one inch wide with a prominent B&D label which plugs into the top of the motor housing. It is a safety interlock which hides the charging port and a couple of LEDs which show the charging status. Pull it straight up and out, and you will see the port and LEDs from the rear of the mower. You need a dedicated charger which has three prongs and fitted plugs. Nothing else will work.

Posted on Apr 08, 2011

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SOURCE: two-year-old Black & Decker 19"

if its not in the cord. it may be the brushes in the motor. if they are worn down and not hitting armature. motor will not run. good-day !

Posted on Nov 06, 2011

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