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Tips to Starting Your Snow Blower

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Having trouble starting your Toro single or two-stage snowblower? No problem, we’ve got you covered. Follow these steps to starting your snowblower as well as 5 things you can do to make starting your snow blower easier in the future.

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Nitrogen and Your Lawn with the Lawn Care Nut

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Allyn Hane, “The Lawn Care Nut,” draws on his 15+ years of professional lawn care experience to break down exactly why Nitrogen is so important for your lawn’s health. “When it comes to the macro-nutrients, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium seem to get all the attention. But in today’s Toro Yard Hack, we’re going to talk about the leader of the pack, the alpha dog, the big growth pusher, the one…

Hands adjusting Traction on Self Propel Lawn Mower

How to Adjust Traction on a Self-Propel Lawn Mower

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The self-propelled drive is what gives the wheels power and works by a cable that’s attached to the traction adjustment knob on the Toro mower handle. Whenever you install new self propel cables or if the self-propel drive is out of adjustment, adjust the self-propel drive to ensure the drive system works correctly. The traction adjustment knob provides a simple way to adjust the cable to make your mower more…

Chaning your Toro Lawn Mower Spark Plug

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.

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Tips to Using Blower Vacs and String Trimmers

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Toro corded blower/vacs and trimmers are great for keeping your yard looking its best. This video will help ensure you use the proper power cords and get the performance you expect. Visit www.toro.com/helpcenter for more helpful lawn mower maintenance videos.

Man with a wrench doing engine maintenance on Toro zero turn mower

Engine Maintenance Tips for Zero Turn Mowers

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Keep your engine running great by following these Engine Maintenance Tips for your Toro Timecutter Zero Turn Riding Lawn mower. Visit www.toro.com/helpcenter for more helpful lawn mower maintenance videos.

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Iron and Your Lawn with the Lawn Care Nut

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Iron may be exactly what your lawn needs to deepen the color of your grass! Allyn Hane, “The Lawn Care Nut,” draws on his 15+ years of professional lawn care experience to explain how it works. The Science Behind Adding Iron to Your Lawn “Have you ever wondered how it is that some people are able to keep their lawn looking so green, it almost looks blue? Well, in this…

How to Order Toro Lawn Mower Parts

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 Visit www.toro.com/helpcenter for more helpful lawn mower maintenance videos.

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How to Change Lawn Mower Oil & Oil Filters

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Learn how to change the oil and the oil filter on a Toro TimeCutter zero turn riding lawn mower with this instructional video from Toro. Regular lawn mower maintenance is important to keep your lawn mower performing at its best. This video provides step by step instructions that will teach you how to change the oil, check the oil and maintenance the oil filter on the line of Toro TimeCutter…

Man holding gasoline jug for Toro Lawn Mowers and Snow Blowers

Fuel Tips for Gasoline Lawn Mowers and Snow Blowers

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Wondering what type of gasoline to put in your lawn mower or snow blower? Or are you having trouble starting your mower? A Toro lawn mower maintenance expert explains what kind of gasoline to use and provides other lawn mower fuel tips, highlighted below, in Toro’s Mower Minute: Fuel Facts. – Most lawn mowers and snow blowers use ethanol-gasoline blends up to E10 (10% ethanol). Read the Engine Operator’s manual…