How do I fix my electric lawn mower?
Troubleshooting Your Electric Lawn Mower
- Make sure the electric lawn mower is unplugged from the outlet or the battery is removed before beginning.
- Check the power cord or battery thoroughly.
- Check the plug-ins.
- Empty the bag.
- Check the vents for any clogging.
- Consider the start switch.
Why would an electric lawn mower won’t start?
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.
Why is my Greenworks mower beeping?
It seems the “beep-beep” happens with any power issues – a poor connection between battery compartment to switch, or from switch to motor, etc. The battery itself could be faulty. The batteries I have lock securely in the compartment, but can be jarred hard enough to break connection. Hope this helps.
Why is my electric lawn mower losing power?
If your lawn mower loses power when cutting, the most common causes are a clogged air filter, stale/contaminated gas, blocked fuel filter, too much/too little engine oil, dirty/damaged spark plug, blocked carburetor, clogged cutting deck or a dull blade.
How long should an electric lawn mower last?
How Long Does An Electric Lawn Mower Last? The lifetime of an electric mower can last up to 10 years, while the lifetime of its battery is about 5 years. Depending on the product you purchase, your electric mower battery should last up to an hour before needing to be recharged.
Why did my lawn mower stop working?
Loose, Dirty or Disconnected Spark Plug in Your Lawn Mower: Check it out, clean off debris, re-connect and tighten. Dirty Air Filter: Clean or replace. Fuel Not Reaching the Engine: Tap the side of the carburetor to help the flow of gas. If this doesn’t work, you might need a new fuel filter.
How do I contact greenworks?
If you are not 100% satisfied with your Greenworks product, you may call us toll free at 1-888-909-6757 for assistance or to start the return process.
Why does my lawn mower keep bogging down?
The most common reason why lawn mowers bog down, especially mulching mowers, is grass clippings sticking to the underside of the deck. If your mower packs in too many clippings, there’s not enough room for the clippings to cycle and the blade to keep turning. Fixing this is easy enough, it’s just a messy job.