How to Troubleshoot a Yardman Riding Lawn Mower?

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You can start troubleshooting your Yardman Riding Lawn Mower by first clearing away any grass and other debris from the blades. When this accumulates too much it can cause the blades to not run properly. Check the level of oil as not enough oil can cause the lawn mower to not run correctly. If the lawn mower won't start you can check the battery with a battery tester.
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1. Remove any grass or other debris that has accumulated between the blades. Grass build-up in between the blades will prevent you from being able to pull the start cord on the mower
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Many riding mower don't have oil filters. If your's does it is on the side of the engine toward the bottom and probably on the left side as you sit on the mower.
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you have to pull the pins holding the back of the deck then slide it forward to get the bar loose to slip out of the slot on the front. the belt is removed by moving the metal guard
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Hi,you can download the manual for your device at;www.manualsonline.com and www.manualnguide.com. Thanks and good luck
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