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The bag from my lawn mower keeps coming off. How do I prevent this?

Every-time that I mow for like 10 to 20seconds, the bag of my lawn mower unhooks off my lawn mower. If anyone has a solution please help me 'cause that is sooooooooo annoying!!!!

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You can call the company for help, or even make sure that the screws that are attached to the strap that goes around the bag are really tight.

But THE best solution there is duct tape! It works on everything!!
just roll it until it is secure, it may look poor or whatever, but it should keep it secure for ages!

:-)

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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