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Simply keep them clean and wipe them down with light oil. Oil their pivot points and blades with 3-in-1 oil and sharpen them if need be. Also remove...
If you need to touch up the paint on the non-porcelain surfaces of your grill, such as the endcaps or the cook box, use a high heat-resistant...
Without any oil in the fuel for lubricating, the engine will seize up and will probably be ruined. Always remember to use the oil/gas mixture in the...
Some of the common reasons mowers won’t start include the following: 1. It’s out of gas. 2. It’s flooded. Let it sit for an hour or two or...
For a mulching or self-propelled mower, you need plenty of horsepower so look for one that has a 5 to 6 horsepower...
With a two-cycle engine, you will have to mix oil with the gasoline. Two-cycle engines tend to be more efficient and usually require less...
Ask yourself some questions: Do I want a self-propelled lawnmower or a manual push? Am I going to use it as a mulcher or a bagger? If it's a...
If you are going to store your mower for the winter, disconnect the spark plug and drain the fuel from the tank. Then, reconnect the spark plug and...
Once a month if it receives a lot of use. Otherwise, once or twice a...
For general use they are more than adequate, but most only offer run times of less than one hour and some corded models are more heavy...
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