I have a Black and Decker Electric mower #M2370, which I would like to use this year before moving to a condo. Last year, the mower was stopping and starting depending on how the lever was positioned. I suspected the wiring so I removed the on-off switch lever. The wiring appears intact. Part of plastic inside the lever maybe broken. Can i use the mower without the lever by just pushing the black button?
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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)) Black (Metal--from outlet)
The flywheel black (negative) and red (positive) wires are the magneto output. Red goes to ignition to charge the battery, and also burn the headlights -- so the red will go to the headlight switch as well, maybe through the ignition.
There should be an in-line fuse on the charging/headlight wire coming from the magneto.
There should be a safety switch under the seat which energizes the fuel cutoff solenoid on the bottom of the carburetor.
There are also interlock switches on blade engage mechanism, and the brake pedal, These prevent engine from starting if brake is not applied or if blades are engaged -- these would control current to the ignition module.
This is not complete, but it'll give you some clues -- good luck -- it's a ton of work.
the black actuator that moves on & off facing up. looking at the switch terminal facing u. ok. all left side terminal for white & red. all right side terminal are for 2 black wire. if you have fax machine i can send u the wiring. email@example.com
the connection the are not right. top left side is for white wire.buttom left side is for red wire. top right side is connected to black wire from motor. buttom right side is for is going to the
extension terminal. good luck