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Each year in our service department, we see several instances of customers who have experienced a bent blade on their lawn mowers. In every case, the spinning mower blade had come into contact with an immovable object, causing the blade to suddenly stop, resulting in a bent blade. In some cases, the force of impact was significant enough to cause the engine’s crankshaft to bend, causing damage to the engine internally. Symptoms of a bent blade include excessive vibration, an uneven cut, potential damage to the mower’s deck, the scrolling and pose a serious safety risk. In addition, a bent crankshaft usually requires the engine be rebuilt and/or replaced, resulting in an expensive repair bill and it may even mean buying a replacement mower. Bent blades, crankshaft and/or engine damage caused by blade impact are issues that are not covered under your mower’s manufacturer warranty.

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Purchasing a replacement blade for your lawn mower can be confusing. Each company that manufactures blades for lawn mowers all have their own names and styles for the blades they offer, (2-in-1 and 3-in-1 Blades, High-lift blades). This can make choosing and purchasing a replacement blade difficult, and even confusing. This article is designed to help you understand the difference in the two mains styles of lawn mower blades, and offer some tips to help you decide which type of blade to buy for your lawn mower.

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 There are many causes of power outages. In many cases it’s weather related. Lighting can directly damage power line electrical equipment. High winds or large ice accumulation can drop trees or limbs onto power lines creating an outage situation. Regardless of the cause, it’s important to be prepared for such an event and for the likelihood you may be without public power or water for an extended time.

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During the spring, summer and into fall we frequently dust off our lawn mowers and push them out into the sun, ready to mow. Every so often, when you go to start your lawn mower,  you find that the motor will not start. This can be frustrating, but it may not be as bad as it seems. There are some common causes that may likely be the reason your lawn mower won’t start.

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imagesThese days, Government mandated corn ethanol content in pump fuel is an increasingly important topic of discussion when it comes to small engines and the negative effects that ethanol has on small engine fuel systems. As the content percentage of Ethanol in fuel increases, so does the frequency of ethanol related problems in small engines as well. In the last five years, There has been a steady rise in the number of ethanol related problems in small engine fuel systems including corrosion, stale fuel, foreign deposits, varnishing and carburetor damage. The small engine repair industry continues to report a growing number of ethanol related service repairs. Small engine manufacturers such as Honda and Toro are hard at work developing improvements in small engine design to combat these issues. While there is no clear permanent solution in sight, There are steps you can take to avoid these issues and help keep your lawn mower, string trimmer, chain saw, and/or other small engine powered equipment running reliably, and avoid costly repairs.

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When you lose your riding lawn mower key, it can be very frustrating. The following list will help you find the replacement lawn mower keys quickly. Both riding mowers and walk mowers (mostly with electric start) use keys to start the engine. There are only 2 standard variations of the key that covers about 95% of mowers out there. The other keys are specifically fitted to their brands. – For example, Honda likes to make their own keys.

List of Common Lawn Mower Starter Keys

1) The Standard Indak Starter Key


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