FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The term "3-N-1" refers to the ability of the mower to cut and process grass in three different ways:
Freely discharge grass through the opening in the deck.
Mulch the … Read More
Generally, snow should be blown anywhere from 10-25 feet. Dry, powdery snow will be blown further than wet, heavy snow.
Please read and abide by any applicable Safety … Read More
For information regarding the assembly of the stop lever bracket and engine stop lever to the handle of 20" & 22" lawnmowers, please download our 20 & 22" Engine Stop Lever and … Read More
Here are some steps to follow when your engine will not start:
Is there enough fresh gasoline?
Remember...your unit uses UNLEADED fuel only.
Is the fuel valve on?
Be … Read More
Most Murray single-stage snow blowers are equipped with a 2-cycle engine that operates with a gas/oil mixture for fuel. Some may have a 4-cycle engine that operates on gasoline only for … Read More
A front wheel drive model is more of a drive assist and is easier to maneuver, while a rear wheel drive model has a more positive traction for use on grades and unlevel … Read More
Murray recommends a 50:1 mix for its single-stage snow blowers.
Some units may vary slightly. Always refer to the Owner's Manual for proper fueling information. … Read More
The Model, Type, and Code numbers, stamped directly into the engine, are used to identify our engines. Engines used in lawnmower applications usually have these numbers stamped directly into … Read More
The following are some examples of what is not covered by warranty:
Damage from improper setup
Misuse, abuse, … Read More
The unit is setup as a 2-wheel drive from the factory.
On the left wheel is a click pin that retains the wheel to the axle. This pin can be removed and inserted into the hole in the … Read More