Weedeater Walk-behind Lawn Mower Parts
Professional landscapers and individuals with yards big and small depend on their Weed Eater walk-behind lawn mowers to keep grass in check in areas where riding mowers just can't reach. Any issue that prevents your mower from starting can seriously slow you down. Use these tips to get your mower up and running again quickly.
Check the Gasoline
Old, stale gas that's picked up moisture can prevent your walk-behind mower from starting. Drain out old gas, and replace it with fresh fuel to see if that fixes the issue. Be sure to drain out the gas before storing your mower for the winter to prevent this problem in the spring.
Check the Battery
Getting your mower back in action may be as simple as recharging the battery overnight. The battery controls the electric start on your walk-behind mower, and it can't start if it doesn't receive power from the battery. If recharging the battery doesn't help, replace it using lawn mower parts from Sears PartsDirect.
Tune Up the Engine
The next step in lawn mower repair help is tuning up the engine before looking to larger repairs. The tune-up process should include changing the spark plug, air filter and oil, all of which can cause your mower to fail to start. While tuning up the engine, be sure to check the blades as well, sharpening or replacing them as needed.
Visit Sears PartsDirect to find all the Weed Eater walk-behind mower parts and tools you need for repair and maintenance. For help with specific problems and lists of available parts options, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.
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