Your Noma walk-behind lawn mower makes it easy to keep your lawn well-kept and looking beautiful. If, however, you notice too much vibration while using the mower, that may be a symptom of a problem that needs to be fixed. Follow these troubleshooting tips to learn how to keep your lawn mower in peak operating condition
Sometimes the mounting bolts connecting the engine to the mower platform become loose. When this happens, you may notice excessive vibration. Tighten the bolts to reduce this vibration and ensure the safe operation of your mower.
If your walk-behind lawn mower's blade is out of balance, installed incorrectly or coming loose, it can cause the entire mower to vibrate. Check the blade to make sure it's properly installed. While you're at it, sharpen the blade if it needs it. If it has become damaged, chipped or bent, it's time to check out a list of lawn mower parts and purchase a new blade.
A walk-behind lawn mower needs routine maintenance to keep running smoothly, especially if it spends a good part of the year locked up and waiting for the weather to change. Tune up your lawn mower's engine by replacing the spark plug, changing the oil and installing a new air filter. If you notice other problems, you can get expert lawn mower repair help at Sears PartsDirect.
Sears PartsDirect is your first stop not only for walk-behind lawn mower parts but also for repair advice. If you want to solve the problem of excessive vibration in your Noma walk-behind lawn mower, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.