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Lawn Mower Tune up Checklist

by Shafeel HIPA 18 May 2022 0 Comments

This is a basic checklist with routine procedures to start your lawn mower maintenance. Please always refer to your owner’s manual for manufacturer specific tune-up recommendations.

Check Air Filter

  • Clean the air filter to remove any built-up debris.
  • Replace the filter if it is damaged or torn or out of shape.
Check Spark Plug
  • Clean spark plug with wire brush and ignition cleaner to remove combustion residue.
  • Replace the spark plug if damaged or the electrode is worn down.
Check Oil
  • Check the oil level. If it’s too low, add oil to the recommended level on the dipstick.
  • Change the oil if you did not do so before storage in the fall. It’s always best to start the season fresh.
Stabilize Fuel
  • Make sure any old gas has been removed from fuel tank.
  • Treat new fuel by adding a fuel stabilizer each and every time you buy new gas.
Check Mower Blades
  • Sharpen dull blades. A dull blade will tear the grass rather than giving a clean cut.
  • Replace blades if damaged, have excessive dents, or if the metal is wearing thin after several sharpenings.
Inspect Belts
  • Check for frayed or worn belts. Replace a belt if needed.
Clean Deck
  • Clean the top and underside of the deck to remove all that old dried up grass.

Hipa’s Safety Tips: Remember to disconnect the spark plug before servicing or repairing any power equipment. Remember to wear safety glasses and gloves to protect against harmful chemicals and debris.

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