1.Sears Appliance Repair - Lawn MowersServing the National City, CA area
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Sears Home Services has over 6,000 expert technicians providing both product maintenance and repair solutions. Our technicians are industry trained, well-respected and will help keep your products run
2.Sears Appliance Repair - Lawn Mowers - Sharpening & RepairingServing the National City, CA area
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Uninterested, did not listen to me and just dismissed me. He was no help. I won't go there for help!
34 E 17th St
Lawn Mowers-Sharpening & RepairingLawn MowersEngine Rebuilding & Exchange
This is a GREAT shop. They are very proffesional, friendly and effecient. The cost of the repair I had done was very resonable as well. I will take all my continue to take all my yard equipment to the
4.Marios Lawn Mower Service
3140 Market St
Lawn Mowers-Sharpening & RepairingLandscaping & Lawn ServicesLawn Maintenance
Great service friendly and very honest.
5.Pacific Lawn Mower Works
5831 El Cajon Blvd
Lawn MowersLawn Mowers-Sharpening & RepairingLawn & Garden Equipment & SuppliesGasoline Engines
I took my Echo GT 225 into them because it flooded out when accelerating. It started okay. After $58.00 they said it was bad gas. They started it for me. I went home and it started up and ran okay.
6.Spring Valley LawnMower Shop
Lawn MowersOutdoor Power Equipment-Sales & RepairLawn Mowers-Sharpening & Repairing
Horrible place the male owner will take all your money and not do the work you can't complain or he will bite your head off. What happened to keeping the customer happy! Go to Art's Lawn Mower Shop b
7.A B C Lock & Key Shop
4131 30th St
Lawn Mowers-Sharpening & RepairingToolsSmall Appliance RepairLocks & Locksmiths
They were able to resolve my broken key. I was surprised and thought that there's no hope already. But they went high above my expectations.
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- 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
- 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