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This is because one of the blade connecting rods in the gearbox is no longer connected to one of the blades, this will require opening the gearbox cover to assess what has come adrift.

Troy Garden | Answered 21 hours ago


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Troy Garden | Answered on Oct 13, 2019


On this model the brake must be ON and PTO OFF for engine to crank.

Turning ignition switch to start position connects battery to the ignition switch "S" pole, then goes through the brake switch then through the PTO switch to the starter solenoid.

Troy Garden | Answered on Oct 07, 2019


First check the being fuel needle in the carb. It might not be seating properly. It may have a groove worn in it. Depending it's age. Or it could be a dirty float bowl housing or a leaking float bowl.

Troy Garden | Answered on Oct 05, 2019


Remove the belt and check that each pulley spins freely, grease your spindles, sometimes only accessible from underneath the deck. Check that nothing is wrapped around the spindles under the blades. Your belt tensioner spring could be worn out, assuming you have the correct belt installed.

Troy Garden | Answered on Sep 25, 2019


There is a round, rotary black part between the metal piece to which the cutting head attaches and the outer plastic seat of the cutting head. There are two square slots, each about a quarter inch wide, on opposites sides of the black piece. Slide an Allen wrench or something similar firmly into the slot. Holding the Allen wrench in a stable position, turn the outer plastic ring of the cutting head (it has scalloped edges that can be gripped firmly) counter clockwise to unscrew the cutting head from the bolt on which it is mounted. Be careful with the tool (e.g. Allen wrench) used to hold the black piece steady, as it is plastic and could be damaged by the edge of the tool.

Troy-Bilt... | Answered on Sep 14, 2019


4 stroke uses motor oil in the sump. 2 stroke uses oil and fuel mix. Read your user manual!

Troy Garden | Answered on Sep 11, 2019


Owners manual will state proper oil to be used but a good bet is that it requires SAE 30 wt. oil. Check and make sure no cooling fins are clogged with dirt, grease, debris, insect nests etc. Oil helps cool your engine also, but the proper amount is very important. I recommend synthetic oil for engine longevity. It's superior to standard oil for different reasons.

Troy-Bilt... | Answered on Sep 11, 2019


if there isn't a set screw on the carburetor for idle there is a metal tab you can bend to set the rpm. you will also need to check the voltage to be sure that when you speed up the rpms. that it isn't to much and burn up what you use on the generator.

Troy Garden | Answered on Aug 29, 2019


if it uses just one belt to drive them both you got a seized bearing in the blade holder

Troy Garden | Answered on Aug 25, 2019


check to see if the blades are loose. they should only spin not move up and down if they move up and down any little bit usually the Mandrell bearings have gone bad and need replaced.

Troy Garden | Answered on Jul 04, 2019


Threads are left hand. Hold the black wheel and use large plier or pipe wrench to turn the knob cloclwise

Troy-Bilt... | Answered on Jul 02, 2019


Replacement pumps for this model are available on eBay or Amazon for $75 (delivered).

If engine runs well and unit otherwise in good condition. Replace the pump... repairing pump itself will likely cost x2.

Troy Garden | Answered on Jun 26, 2019

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