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- Pull out the spark plug.
- Tilt the mower to one side and make sure the air filter and carburetor are facing up.
- Use a piece of wood to pry between the blade and the lid, then loosen the blade screws with a wrench, if they are loose, unscrew them by hand.
To remove the blade, turn the blade fixing screw counterclockwise or counterclockwise. Tilt the mower to one side with the engine air filter and secure the knife with a piece of wood before loosening the knife.
Yes, you can ride a motorcycle without a shield. Not a problem, but as I said, it’s amazing how much power the blade adds to the flywheel and most of the noise comes from the blade.
Use a piece of wood to deepen the rotation of the blade. Remove the screw (B, Figure 21) that holds the knife in place. Briggs & Stratton engines that are carried behind mowers use a right hand thread and can be loosened by turning counterclockwise with a 9/16 wrench.
According to MarionMowers, it is written: If the lawnmower is a four-stroke lawnmower (as is), tilt the lawnmower so that the spark plug is facing the sky, never tilt it sideways with the spark plug facing the ground.
Most lawn mower nuts are threaded to secure the blade to the motor drive shaft. This will prevent the blades from turning the nut. However, not all blades use a reverse nut to secure them to the motor drive shaft.
You know how to sharpen your lawn mower blades when the top of the grass is brown and frayed. In this case, the herb may contain less water and is more prone to disease. Some lawnmower manuals recommend sharpening or replacing blades every 25 hours of operation.
The leaves should not be very loose, they should be firm, mobile and not too dense to prevent them from moving. The reason the blades can move is because when they hit an object they move backwards (so they don’t break) and then snap back into place during use.