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Spring is here…Is your mower ready?

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Spring is a great time to take stock of your mower’s maintenance needs and get them taken care of before the growing season. That way, you’ll be ready to roll when the growth of your lawn hits full stride. Not only does a properly maintained mower perform better, but it will also last longer and be more reliable over the course of its life. Always consult your owner’s manual to determine what specific…

My Lawn Mower Won’t Start

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Toro Lawn mower won’t start? You may NOT need to take it to a lawn mower repair shop, just follow these simple troubleshooting tips to get your lawn mower up and running.

How to Order Toro Lawn Mower Parts

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Step by step video on how to find lawn mower parts to keep your mower in top mowing condition. Go to https://www.torodealer.com/en-US/Page… to find Toro lawn mower parts.

How to Change your Lawn Mower Spark Plug

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Having trouble starting your lawn mower? It might be your spark plug. Watch this how-to video for easy steps.

How to Replace Your Lawn Mower Air Filter

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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.

How to Change Oil in Your Lawn Mower

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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.

Deck and blade design on “mulching” mowers all aim to keep the grass in the air so it can be cut repeatedly by the spinning blade. For example, some machines have “kickers” that deflect the cutting back down into the path of the spinning blade.

Lawn Mower Blade Maintenance Tips

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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.

What’s the Right Gas for My Lawn Mower?

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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.