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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. Watch Video »

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. Watch Video »

Why won't my engine start?

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

How do I identify a Briggs & Stratton engine?

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 Watch Video »

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. Watch Video »

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. Watch Video »

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. Watch Video »

What happens when grass is being mulched?

When grass is mulched, the blade cuts the grass and suspends it until it is cut again. This process continues until the grass is chopped into small pieces and falls to the ground where it becomes natural fertilizer for the lawn. Watch Video »

What are some mulching tips?

Run the motor at FULL throttle. Whether mowing or mulching, always run the mower at full throttle. Do not mow wet grass. Watch Video »

Where is the model number found on Murray products?

The model number appears on the model plate, which is usually found in a visible location on the product. Always pivot the seat up on riding mowers when looking for the model plate. Watch Video »