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Re: Another weekend report

Yes- it did fall under recall and I took it in and they fixed it in all 
of 20 minutes while I waited.  When the grass is long and thick or wet, 
it uses up the battery's juice faster- but always cuts right through.  
And even with this, I haven't ran out of battery juice yet.  I did have 
to remind myself that it is still a real lawnmower- after I used it a 
couple of times, I went out one day an mowed in bare feet- boy did my 
husband let me have it!  I do now wear shoes while I mow- but it is so 
different that the noisy fumey gas ones- it's easy to forget that there 
is still a really sharp blade spinning in it!

P.S. Mine has a mulching or baggin option.  I almost always use the 
mulching- except when I need some green stuff of my compost pile!


Daryl wrote:

>Did your mower fall under the recall, and if so, did they fix the problem
>Does your mower have enough oomph to get it through the grass when it's
>gotten too bit long, like after a long rainy spell? I'm tired of the stink
>of a gasoline mower and our old MTD mower died last fall.
>----- Original Message ----- 
>From: "Theresa" <tchessie@comcast.net>
>To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
>Sent: Monday, February 21, 2005 12:43 AM
>Subject: Re: [CHAT] Another weekend report
>>I don't know how big your yard is- but FWIW- I love the Black and Decker
>>rechargable electric mower I have.  Never again do you have to deal with
>>sparkplugs, filters, carburetors, gasoline, etc!!!  I've had mine for
>>about 4 years now- no problems.
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