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1.Carolina Power Equipment
2490 Charleston Hwy
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I recently traded my John Deere mower on a new Scag commercial mower at Carolina Power. I was shocked at how much they gave for my old mower! Way more than I expected. I dealt with a man named Aaron T
2.Hilton's Power Equipment
5933 Two Notch Rd
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Hilton's Power Equipment has grown from a specialty shop to one of the largest multi-line dealers in the area. Hilton's prides itself on its customer service - we know how important it is to be taken
3.Lts Work Shop
810 Main St
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4.Randys Small Engine Repair, LLC
1255 Boston Ave
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We have finished relocating to 1255 Boston Ave. Just a couple of blocks from our old location. Come by and see us. We are the 4th building behind Lizard's Thicket. We service the Swansea, Gaston, St.
5.A-Z Lawn Mower Parts
1779 W Main St
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I buy all my toro and Stihl equipment from these guys because the warranties are through them and they service everything. Quality equipment, friendly staff overall recommend using them.
6.Midlands Lawn Equipment Repair Service
6072 Saint Andrews Rd
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7.Monroe Power Equipment
4478 Fort Jackson Blvd
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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