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What are some things consider when shopping for a riding lawn mower?

The width of cutting deck needed is determined in part by the size of your lawn. There are three main types of transmissions available. Read More »

What should be considered when shopping for a walk-behind lawn mower?

It is important to buy an engine to meet your lawn mowing needs. Most walk-behind engines have simple, single cylinder gasoline engines that are reliable and easy-to-start. Read More »

How can I prevent the chute from clogging up with grass or other bagging ...

Grass that is being cut must be dry. Engine throttle control should be in fast position, with slow ground speed. Read More »

Why is it necessary to clean underneath the deck?

Grass build-up underneath the mower deck reduces the performance of the mower. Cleaning the deck will enable the mower to bag, mulch, or free-discharge with greater efficiency. Read More »

What does the term 3-N-1 mower mean?

The term "3-N-1" refers to the ability of the mower to cut and process grass in three different ways. Read More »

Why won't my engine start?

Here are some steps to follow when your engine will not start. Is there enough fresh gasoline? Read More »

Identifying a Briggs & Stratton engine - FAQ's - Support - Murray

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 the blower housing Read More »

What are some examples of what is not covered in the Murray Warranty?

The following are some examples of what is not covered by warranty. Read More »

What are some common problems/solutions with regards to mower blades?

Blade(s) will not engage. Check belt. If worn or broken, replace. If belt is too loose, make belt adjustment. Read More »

How often should I mow? What are some tips for better mowing?

How often should I mow? The average is once a week and avoid mowing when grass is wet. Read More »