How do you repair a Craftsman riding lawn mower?

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To repair a craftsman riding lawn mower, this depends on what problem has arisen. If a flat tire, change the tire by lifting it up with a car jack. If the Blades have a problem, lift the deck adjuster to the highest position and unscrew the blade. It may need replacement if it has too much damage. If the oil filter has a problem, lift the front hood to its locks, unscrew the oil filter wrench and fit with another.
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1. Look at each tire for any holes or flats. If any tire seems flat, try pumping some air into the tire by removing the stem cover inside the wheel and hooking a pump to the tire.
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Pull starter apart. Clean commutater and the grooves in the commutater. Make sure the brushes are good and reassemble. Should work well.
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Craftsman riding mowers are made by Craftsman. They are one of the leading brands
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Without the baffle, the air flow for discharge will not be correct to feed the clippings to the exhaust. Also the vacuum created by the blades will not create to pull the grass up
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How to Repair a Craftsman Riding Lawn Mower
Riding lawn mowers drastically cut down on the time it takes to mow a large lawn. When they break, however, they are usually seen as big, expensive pains. Repairs on riding lawn mowers may take a few hours, but they can be done at home with a few tools... More »
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