One common consumer complaint with Lawn Boy mowers is that the mower refuses to start. This can be caused by several common problems, including a dirty air filter, old spark plugs, stale fuel or a drained battery.
Fuel more than 30 days old becomes stale and may prevent a Lawn Boy mower from starting. Fresh fuel is necessary for successful engine functioning. Mower owners should also replace dirty air filters as often as possible as a dirty filter impedes air intake to the engine. For electric start models, users must charge the mower´s battery at the beginning and end of the mowing season. To ensure motor start-up, users should replace old, dirty or worn spark plugs as well as a good spark more easily ignites the fuel in the engine.Learn More
Used tools can be sold a number of places, including Craigslist, eBay, classified ads and pawn shops. The price received on a sale depends on the type and condition of the tool.Full Answer >
In one experiment presented by the California Energy Commission, two D-sized Duracell batteries were able to power an ordinary flashlight for 15 hours. Had the batteries been powering a less powerful or more efficient flashlight, they would have lasted longer than 15 hours.Full Answer >
Hooking up a voltage to a generator begins with attaching the positive side of the voltage to the input terminal and connecting the generator power return to the ground terminal. Connect the positive circuit of the generator to the output terminal of the regulator. Then, tie the ground plane of the generator’s circuit to the terminal of the regulator.Full Answer >
The recommended oil-to-gas ratio for a Homelite chainsaw, and most other brands of chainsaws, is a 50-to-1 mixture of 2.6 ounces of two-cycle chainsaw oil and 1 gallon of unleaded gasoline. The gasoline should be at least 87 octane.Full Answer >