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You must retain the safety features as built into the mower. These protections should not be over-riden and if you avoid using the mower as intended by the manufacturer, you loose all ability to exercise your warranty rights.
Usually when you remove the vacuum part there should be another part that snaps in place of the vacuum part. This puts a safety grid over the intake propeller and protects the user from cutting their fingers off
Remove the vacuum part and install the protection grid over the intake propeller. This protects you from getting caught in the propeller and engages the safety switch witch allows you to use it as a blower.
Thank you for your question sorry there is no easy way you will have to remove the dipstick place a pan on the ground and tip the mower on its side to drain it replace the oil with about 15oz of oil and check remove the spark wire safety first always
Hi enriquemon, To remove the drive shaft, loosen the clamp that is just above the protective shield and remove the set screw attaching the drive shaft tube to the trimmer housing. Remove the drive shaft and if you want clean and inspect for damage. You are installing a new one so it is not an issue. Coat the shaft with a high quality, multipurpose lithium grease. Make sure the ends of the shaft are properly located in the drive adapters when assembling. Depending on the amount of time it is used, the drive shaft should be cleaned and greased every year or two. I hope this is helpful to you. Any questions welcome. All the best and good luck.
There is a safety brake on the handle that MUST be held down to start the engine. You must squeeze the safety agaist the handle to operate the mower. If not you will not be able to start the mower.
If your holding the safety mechanism and it is still locked then either the cable has become detached or... borken. Check to make sure the cable is connected to the safety mechanism. If it is and it still does not release then you should in all honesty contact Toro for the nearest warranty repair center.
Seems that your fuel mixture is too rich. Find a small screw readily accesible in the carb. It is usually a small Philips head with a spring around it. Turn it clockwise one full turn. Then, start the engine and slowly pull the trigger, if it still stalls try another 1/2 turn (clockwise) With trigger pulled all the way in your engine should run smoothly at high revs. Try turning the screw 1/4 of a turn at a time with trigger at full throttle until your engine "sings" a high steady note at full speed. Then back off about 1/4 to 1/2 turns to avoid too lean a mixture. Lean fuel mixture will deprive your engine of essential lubrication provided by the oil you mix with the gas and considerably shorten engine life, not to mention voiding your warranty. You might want to remove the trimmer cord for safety reasoms while performing this adjustment. Also wear eye protection. Ear plugs will come in handy, trust me on that one.... I Hope you find this solution helpful. Please rate it and thank you for using Fixya!
assuming its an electric blower----- plastic blowers normally do not require an earth wire, check your plug to see how many wires in it,if it has only 2 wires in it[live and neutral] then the blower has no earth wire.if you dont feel safe in using blower add a safety trip switch to the socket and then plug in to the safety switch.this protects you.. you can buy the t/s in any good electrical store.