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We have connected to the mains and there is no power at all, changed the fuse and this has not worked
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Cable damaged …renew cable . ..if does not work try condenser.

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The circuit breaker may have tripped.

Then check around the blade and clear any debris that may be blocking it. Reattach the spark plug boot and reinsert key. Wait 30 seconds so the breaker can self-reset, then try restarting.

Electric lawnmowers may cut out for two main reasons: A faulty power switch or a loose cable connection. An overheating motor can cause the thermal cut out to trip.
Electric lawn mowers require little maintenance and are extremely easy to start, unlike their gas counterparts.
In terms of engine life, a gas mower will run for 10 years or more, while a battery-powered mower will need to be replaced after about five years, on average.
In Summary. Most problems and issues seen in lawn mowers are easy fixes that you can do yourself and parts cost well under the price you would usually pay for a new lawn mower. This means that in most cases, it`s much cheaper to repair your lawn mower than buy a new one – but not in every case.
If a mower is hard to start, it may be the result of a dirty carburetor and/or a clogged air filter. Use a screwdriver to remove the carburetor and clean any dirt out of it with a rag. Clean the air filter or replace it if it`s disposable.
Lawn mowers can overheat due to a number of different reasons, from the weather down to the state of the grass and even because of the way you use them. Here are a few common causes of mowers overheating.
A dirty carburetor is one of the most common causes for a lawn mower not being able to start after sitting unused for months or years at a time.

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Bosch electric lawn mower wont start, how do I fix it?
ANSWER : Cable damaged …renew cable . ..if does not work try condenser.

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I have trouble starting a toro walk behind mower
ANSWER : All, I thought my carb was shot, so I replaced it. Still, start but no run (and had to use starting fluid). THEN!!! I noticed the spring to the “rev limiter” (just below and towards rear of carb) was not “tight”. The stupid bracket that holds the end of that spring had been bent down ~1/16″ and that caused all this heartache. CHECK YOUR REV LIMITER!!!

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ANSWER : As a starting point in my shop i always use 0.30 in. For all my mowers

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Why wont my mower start and gas comes out of muffler
ANSWER : Carb is flooding out ether bad plug or your carberator needs rebuilt

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Wont start no ignition put new plug in and fuel filter
ANSWER : Flush gas tank, fill with fresh gas and Stabil. Replace air filter. Remove bowl from carb clean bowl and holes in bowl screw.

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Brand new electric power Weed Eater lawn Mower, started up like a champ, started vibrating and was loud, shut it down, now it won’t start. Checked the extension the outlet all seems fine. Didn’t even use it yet. Why will it not start?
ANSWER : Battery no good from factory bad battery connection maybe put together on a Monday or maybe battery internal charger no good

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MY POULAN PRO 6.5 WONT START….nEED TO REPLACE SPARL PLUG BUT DO NOT KNOW ‘right one”..
ANSWER : Take the old plug out, any auto store should be able to match it up.

Gary

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Lawn mower cranck but wont start…
ANSWER : Since you already checked for spark and air I would drain all the fuel out of it and check that fuel for water. Over time some lawn mowers end up with contaminated fuel. You can see the water sitting on the bottom of the fuel if you let it stand for a bit in a small plastic bowl.

Be sure to empty and dry out you fuel can as well. Especially if the mower stopped running right after a refuel. Which is a good sign your gas can is contaminated too.

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