Having trouble starting your lawn mower? It might be your spark plug. Watch this how-to video for easy steps.
Protect your mower against dirt and debris by checking your air filter. Follow these steps to check your air filter 2 to 3 times per season.
The single most important thing to do for your lawn mower is to change your engine oil. Follow these easy steps to change your engine oil in your lawn mower.
The secret to a great cut depends on the sharpness of your lawn mower blade. Follow this step by step video to replace your lawn mower blade.
If your Toro lawn mower won’t start, it may be the fuel. Lawn mowers aren’t meant to run on 10% or more ethanol fuel or even E85 fuel. Watch this video to find out more. Go to http://www.toro.com/fuelfacts/ for more information.
Here are great tips on how to get your lawn mower ready for end of season. When you winterize your lawn mower, follow these steps. Visit http://www.toro.com/en-us/customer-su… to find the operator’s manual for your lawn mower. For more lawn mower videos visit www.toro.com/mowerminute
Once the winter is over, it’s time to finally put your Toro snowblower to rest. But before you put away your machine, there are plenty of things you can do to improve and maintain the maintenance of your snowblower, so it’s all ready to go next winter. From properly emptying your fuel system to inspecting your rotor blades, scraper and cables, here’s a quick video tutorial on how to store…
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Toro’s agronomist, Dr. Van Cline, explains the three numbers on a fertilizer bag and offers helpful hints for feeding your lawn.
Toro’s agronomist, Dr. Van Cline, tells how to put your lawn to bed for the winter — and ensure it wakes up healthy next spring.