9 questions from our users
Clutch failed. Mower useless now as too heavy to push. No spare parts as discontinued and obsolete!
I hope this is what you need.
How do you connect a hose to clean the underside. Too close to the machine body to connect any hose attachments
simple use standard adaptor on the market for any attachment for a hose to spray etc. Hoselock style. works well at tick over and full water pressure. You will also have to turn it in its side to finish the job also the drive mechanism has to be cleaned by taking off the plate hosed dried and greased these seem to seize after about 5 years causing the lawnmower to stick in drive. use WD40 and work at the mechanism to free it the water proof grease needs to be done every two years to keep it right
What charges the battery. Keeps going flat
I need new blades - What part number do I get?
My key start mower wont start. I took it into the repair shop to get it fixed a week ago. Its sunday now and the damn thing wont start. Any ideas as to what i can do?
Hi I need this model of puller . The puller thread is broken. What is the coast?
My mother has an Regal Self Propelled Mulch-N-Catch Key Start lawn mower but the problem we have been having is the battery only stays charged for at least two maybe three times when starting it by the key...I can't seem to find any where online about how long the battery should stay charged for??? .. Considering it takes at least 15 hours to recharge it to only get a couple of key starts from it ... PLEASE HELP its doing my full frontal in :/
how does handle lock mechanism work?
What kind of petrol do you use? Unleaded 91?
Hi, I use Premium 98 for all of my small engines however there has not been any noticeable differences with maintenance or life out of any of them. It's a personal choice only, I believe any grade octane petrol would be suitable. Hope that answers your query. Cheers.
I use the best fuel available because 98octane keeps your motor cleaner and gives a bit more power too.
It costs very little extra for such a small tank, so it's a no brainer for me.
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