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1.Sears Appliance Repair - Lawn Mowers - Sharpening & Repairing
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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!
2.Foulk Lawn & Equipment Inc.
2018 Foulk Rd
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Family owned and operated since 1954. Our focus is on you the customer.
24 Radkie Ln
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Mobile Mower provides Lawn Mower Service and Repair to local residents. Our services include repair and maintenance of riding and push mowers, blade sharpening and tune-ups. We service most brands. We
4.Sears Appliance Repair
4737 Concord Pike
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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 runMore Nearby Locations »
5.Kellam Lawn Mower Service, Inc.
336 Wilmington Pike
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6.Elsner's Lawn Mower SVC
4028 Webster Rd
Havre De Grace,MD
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7.Mower Tech at Your Doorstep
323 Brandamore Rd
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Lawn tractor took a crap and I couldn't get it running. I had 3 other pieces of equipment that hadn't run in years. This guy made everything run like new and made everything look almost new. Great job
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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