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Quite simple, follow the owners manual or download one and then follow it.

Usually this is as simple as turning your machine over or standing it up securely to access the blade's main fastener, the spindle nut. Remove it and pay attention to any washers and their shape/orientation so that you install Gemma the same way when you install the new blade. Tighten to your manufactuer's torque specs- usually about 50 ft/lbs or something close to that. The dealer or google will give you spindle but torque quickly- 50-60 ft/lbs or tightening it until the spindle doesn't spin anymore, you'll probably have to wedge a block of wood or a similar object againstbyhe blade while tightening in order to reach the level of "tightness" the spindle/blade nut needs.

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Electric Garden | Answered 21 hours ago


Contact Gardenline directly to request a replacement.

Electric Garden | Answered on Dec 04, 2018


it might have a shutoff in the fuel line. some do some dont. look for it. did you store it with gas in it>>> was it treated gas?

Electric Garden | Answered on Nov 12, 2018


There is a little tab that you have to insert into the proper slot to tighten chain saws. wiggle the bar a bit and it will find the proper fitting. tighten by fingers, and then tighten the chain. then do the final tighten when the chain is tight.

Electric Garden | Answered on Nov 02, 2018


Google (Mastercraft)(cs100)(manual) without parens.

Electric Garden | Answered on Oct 22, 2018


There is an air bleeder valve on most units that must be opened a few turns before utilization. Also there is a dipstick to verify level of hydraulic oil.Usually one of these two.Check for oil leaks could be a seal broken.

Electric Garden | Answered on Oct 22, 2018


Hi in these particular mowers not only is there a clutch switch on the dash, there is a safety switch on the deck somewhere along with a possible fuse that all that goes through, there is 3 things to check, unless you may have a bad or broken wire . Hope this helps.

Electric Garden | Answered on Oct 21, 2018

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