Toro Garden - Recent Questions, Troubleshooting & Support
My Toro Timecutter MX5060 74641 makes a clicking noise when attempting to start as if the battery doesn't have enough charge.
Likely the starter solenoid or the brake actuator module.
You'll need to measure the voltage at the starter solenoid coil. You should read battery voltage across the solenoid coil when the ignition switch is in the start position.If you don't read battery voltage, there are multiple causes for this fault.
For engine START, this unit requires the following;
PTO switch OFF
Steering arms OUT (brakes fully applied)
Operator seat occupied.
When steering arms move OUT the brake actuator module applies brakes and allows the power to the starter solenoid coil when the ignition key is rotated to the START position given the 3 conditions above are met.
The brake actuator must rotate and apply the brakes or the unit will not start. Any obstruction of the brake linkage that prevents full brakes or if the actuator is out of adjustment will prevent starting.
on Sep 16, 2020
Leaf Blowers types
* Handheld units are the most popular. Available in gas- or electric-powered versions, they're portable and convenient, yet powerful. These models can get heavy while using. Larger models can also vibrate a bit at full throttle. Consider the weight and balance of the unit when shopping.
* Backpack leaf blowers are gas-powered. The blower fits in a harness that's worn on the operator's back. The hose reaches to the front where the user operates the throttle and blow or vacuum tube. Backpack blowers are normally used in larger areas.
* Walk Behind leaf blowers cover the most acreage. Mounted on wheels, these gas-powered machines are normally the tool of choice for commercial users, but for regular homeowners, they can make short work of a home lawn. Vacuum units use a hose for picking up debris.
on Apr 13, 2020
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