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If your lawn edger will not start or fails to stay on once started, this is most likely due to a dirty air filter, although it could also be that your spark plug boot got disconnected somehow. If you have eliminated these possibilities and it still will not start, then it likely needs servicing.

A buildup of grass clippings is common with all lawn mowers, but it becomes problematic when it affects the performance of the mower. Removing grass clippings and debris should not happen so often that it interrupts your momentum; if it does, then bring the mower in for repair.

One of the benefits of today's compact excavators is in the control system layout. In fact, the nearness of control buttons and levers means that a skilled operator can offset, move the excavator around, and run the attachment and work group at the same time!

Did you know that trying to start your weed trimmer too many times can flood the engine so that it will not start at all? If this happens, position the choke lever to "run" and pull the cord to remove excess fuel. If this doesn't do the trick, then bring it is to have it looked at by a repairperson.

Lawn edger defined: "A lawn edger," as defined by the website wiseGEEK, "is a device or gardening tool designed for use in keeping the edges and borders of a lawn or outdoor area clean and tidy."

When you think of grass, you may think of turf grasses that comprise most of America's lawns. There are all types of grasses, though. In fact, both corn and bamboo are categorized as grasses.

For centuries before the lawn mower, grass was cut by workers who walked through pastures or fields wielding small, sharp scythes. In addition to being tiring and slow, manual cutting was ineffective because the scythes only worked well when the grass was wet.

Did you know that if your lawn mower's oil chamber is too full, it can cause your mower engine to start smoking? A smoking lawn mower engine can also be caused by oil that has leaked into the exhaust muffler; this is a result of tilting the mower.

Did you know that many of today's mini-excavators are just as powerful as their full-sized counterparts? In fact, their small size can be deceiving, but don't be fooled: the powerful hydraulics and torque limiting piston pumps can easily match force to demand.

Weed eaters that will not hack weeds is a common problem that is most likely the result of the cutting string located in the middle of the blade area. If you are having trouble extending this cord or it simply will not "feed," then bring it in for repair.
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