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New black and decker lawn mower, MM875 starts but I cannot get it to cut, what am I doing wrong?

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Did you sharpened the blade. checked the blade if not installed reverse.B&D clean the blade. info in the blade say's facing the grass

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Shaft turns while trying to remove blade on B&D MM875 elec. mower


Here's the scoop on the MM875: it has a plastic piece called a "blade insulator" (part # 241381-01) that "locks" the shaft to the blade, so that you can remove the nut by stopping or blocking the blade. If it has been damaged or stripped out, then stopping the blade won't do anything. However, the metal spacer directly under the nut IS still locked to the shaft (because of its shape), so you can use a pipe wrench or something to hold that in place and unscrew the nut. You might even be able to get someone in a home improvement store to do this for you. But you will still need to replace the insulator, which is only a few dollars.

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Extension cord rating for black and decker mm875 electric lawn mower


This unit has a 19 amp motor so you should not use anything less than 12 gauge grounded outdoor cable and no more than 50 feet in length

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Switch diagram needed


Funny, I came here because I just opened up the switch case on my MM875. Hold the switch so the terminals are on top. Call the black switch (the part you push in to power up the mower) north. The north post gets white (metal connector). The west post gets red (plastic connector). The east post gets the black that comes from the mower's motor (plastic connector). The south post gets the black that comes from the outlet (metal connector)
(Black Plastic Switch)
White (Metal)
Red (Plastic) Black (Plastic--from motor))
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Sep 26, 2008 | Black & Decker 19" Electric Lawnhog...

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I have a black & decker lawnhog mm875 lawn mower that just stopped working. the power to the mower is good. can you help


I had the same problem. Its the switch.

When you pull the plastic handle up, it pushes down a button switch located in the handle. Over time (and with use) the parts begin to wear and the handle is no longer aligned properly with the button. So, ........ when you pull the handke up the button is not pushed in far enough to start the mower.

I want to bypass the handle and hard wire the mower but I can't find a wiring diagram.

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MM875 electric lawnmower


check motor if armature are not broken & see if the rectifier not burnt. rectifier works from ac & convert it to dc to run the motor.
if you need diagram for parts see toolpartsdirect.com

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