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Craftsman C935-355190 Owner's Manual page 10

19” mulching mower
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TROUBLE SHOOTING/CORRECTIVE ACTION GUIDE:
PROBLEM
-Motor will not start
-Motor keeps slowing down
-
Runs but poor cut results
-Excess vibration
-Mower is hard to push
-Mower leaves clumps of grass
-Discharge/Bag plugging
CORRECTIVE ACTION
- Check fuse or circuit breaker to ensure power is to
outlet.
- Check extension cord with another electrical device to
ensure cord is good.
SEARS Service Center or other qualified
- Call a
service organization.
- The underside of the mower may be plugged with
clippings, UNPLUG mower and clean out.
- Grass may be too tall, try pushing at a slower pace, or
raise cut height.
- Check blade sharpness and balance, and correct if
required.
- If mulching, it may be too much grass, UNPLUG
mower and attach discharge chute to disperse grass
- The blade may be dull, unplug mower and carefully
check for sharpness.
- Blade may be damaged (bent or badly chipped),
UNPLUG mower and replace if necessary.
- Grass may be too high or thick for cutting height,
UNPLUG mower and raise cutting height.
- Blade may be loose, UNPLUG mower and check blade
for tightness.
- Blade may be bent or badly chipped , UNPLUG mower
and replace if necessary.
- Blade may be unbalanced. Refer to blade balancing
section of instruction manual.
- Mower is too close to the ground with the amount of
grass being cut, UNPLUG mower and raise cutting
height.
- UNPLUG mower and check wheels and axles to
ensure all are rotating easily.
- Too much grass, UNPLUG mower and raise cutting
height.
- If mulching, it may be too much grass, UNPLUG
mower and attach discharge chute to disperse grass
- UNPLUG mower and carefully check blade for
sharpness.
- Grass may be too wet to cut. Wait for grass to dry.
- Grass may be too wet, try again when grass is dry.
- Too much grass, UNPLUG mower and raise cutting
height.
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