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By: Colleen K.
Olde Towne Lawn Mower
We had our riding mower repaired here. We told the mechanic to let us know what all was broken and we would decide if it worth it to fix or just buy a new one. We went ahead and had $260 in repairs done and the same day they returned it to us it broke again. Now they say it needs additional $230 worth of repairs. I told them to give me a refund on the repairs already performed and they could keep the mower but they refused. I feel they were negligent in not telling us all the repairs needed up front. Had I know it would be $500 I would have just bought a new mower. If I could give them 0 stars I would!!!!!
By: kim.ballard.18
Olde Towne Lawn Mower
This is a company that does business the old fashioned way. They earn it. We brought in a chainsaw that wouldn't start. We were told over the phone that they were behind & it would be about 3 weeks. They saw that it was brand new even though it was their closing time, decided to look at it right away. They had it running 15 minutes later & didn't charge us anything. Just explained how to take care of it & told us they wanted our future business. We'll definitely be back.
Tips & Advices
For gas-powered lawnmowers, the primary reasons for a failure to start are lack of gas, water in the fuel system, broken or faulty spark plug, and engine seizure. For electric mowers, check to make sure the mower is plugged in and that the cord itself is not damaged.
When a lawn mower issue arises, it generally results in the either the mower’s inability to start or its inability to cut properly. The most common causes of these issues include:
  • Clogged air filter
  • Flooded engine
  • Dead spark plug
  • Overfilling of oil
  • Dull cutting blade
  • A dirty undercarriage
  • Gasoline or oil that is too old and has gone stale
  • Overheated engine
Reel mowers are those without engines that use a series of vertically spinning blades to slice the grass, much like a pair of scissors would. These mowers are typically smaller and are pushed manually by an operator. But larger reel mowers can be towed behind tractors or multipurpose vehicles, which is how most golf course lawns are maintained. These mowers make shallow cuts and disperse the clippings broadly back over the lawn. This is known as grasscycling. a form of self-fertilizing, and is generally considered to be good for the grass’ health and longevity. Rotary mowers generally have a single blade that spins horizontally and is powered by a small gas or electric engine. These mowers can be adjusted to cut thick or shallow grass and disperse the clippings neatly to one side, greatly easing the process of clean up. Rotary mowers can be pushed manually, ridden by a driver, or towed behind tractors and multipurpose vehicles.
  • Clean blades and the undercarriage of clippings and dirt at least once per year to prevent rusting
  • Change oil, air filter, and spark plug once every one to two  years
  • If the mower is being stored for a long period of time, such as during the winter, drain the remaining gas and oil
Lawn mower spark plugs should be changed every one to two  years.

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