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BLACK+DECKER 19 in. 36-Volt Cordless Electric Lawn Mower with Removable Battery
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19 in. 36-Volt Cordless Electric Lawn Mower with Removable Battery

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Featuring a 36-volt sealed, lead-acid battery, the BLACK+DECKER 19 in. Electric Lawn Mower with Removable Battery provides a run time sufficient for coverage of up to 1/3 acre dependent on grass conditions. The mower's lift-out battery offers charging away from the mower and convenient battery replacement. With no gas, oil or tune-ups required, this mower offers easy and hassle-free maintenance while keeping your lawn looking great.

  • Assembled dimensions: 22.75 in. W x 36.188 in. D x 18.50 in. H
  • Lift-out battery can be charged away from the mower and replaced with other batteries (sold separately) for use on larger lawns
  • 19 in. cutting path for optimal coverage
  • 1-1/2 in. to 3-1/2 in. cutting height range to manicure the lawn to your specifications
  • Deck and blade design help to maintain a great-looking lawn
  • 3-in-1 mower deck features a mulch plate and rear bag and can be used with a discharge (sold separately)
  • 7 in. front wheels and 9 in. rear wheels for maneuverability
  • Pull-handle design for easy starting
  • No gas, oil or tune-ups required
  • 36-volt sealed, lead-acid battery provides mowing of home sites up to 1/3 acre dependent on grass conditions
  • Note: Product may vary by store
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Brand BLACK+DECKER Worx BLACK+DECKER EGO
Ratings (53) (99) (542) (412)
Power Type Battery Battery Battery Battery
Size of Yard 1/4 - 1/2 Acre 1/4 - 1/2 Acre 1/4 - 1/2 Acre 1/4 - 1/2 Acre
Cutting Width (in.) 20 19 19 21
Engine Make OEM Branded OEM Branded OEM Branded
Features Bagger,Mulching Capable,Tool-free adjustments Bagger,Battery level indicator,Deck cleanout,Foldable handle,Mulching Capable,Swivel front wheel Bagger,Foldable handle,High wheel,Mulching Capable,Rust resistant deck,Single-lever height adjustment,Tool-free adjustments Adjustable Handlebar,Battery level indicator,Foldable handle,Headlights,Mulching Capable,Rust resistant deck,Single-lever height adjustment,Tool-free adjustments
Refurbished No No No No
Start Type Electric Electric Electric Electric
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mower will not do anything

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Salem, Va
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May 20, 2015
I tried to start it and nothing happened, checked blade and it turned freely, put the battery straight to charger and light went from red to green, so then put battery back in mower and plugged it to handle and light went from red to green so it seems like battery and charger are good and looks like power in getting to battery though cord on mower, so could it be the key or button on side that is broke? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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June 9, 2015
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This answer is for both Mike and Bill. Make sure you have the orange key inserted in the right handle. It won't operate without it.(safety feature) Once the key is inserted press orange button in and hold it on the right side of the top handle. With the button pressed in still, pull back on the secondary lever on the handle just like a regular lawnmower. Mine starts everytime with just the press of the Read More
This answer is for both Mike and Bill. Make sure you have the orange key inserted in the right handle. It won't operate without it.(safety feature) Once the key is inserted press orange button in and hold it on the right side of the top handle. With the button pressed in still, pull back on the secondary lever on the handle just like a regular lawnmower. Mine starts everytime with just the press of the button. If that doesn't work then The battery probably wasn't fully charged or the connecting pins between the two weren't properly aligned( unlikely). If not that I don't knbow. Read Less
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Salem, Va
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June 8, 2015
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I've had my electric mower about 2 years, would the brushes go bad that fast and need to be replaced?
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June 7, 2015
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Had the same problem with my B&D. Depending on the age of the mower, it may be the brushes that conduct the electricity to the engine. The part is available at B&D about $10. I knew what the problem was but I am not great at working on equipment. Local repair shop stop supporting B&D.
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Salem, Va
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May 27, 2015
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TravisHDAtl or anyone know what the cost may be at Home Depot to look at or fix this mower, because I can get a new one for $300.00?
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Atlanta, GA
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May 22, 2015
Answer: 
Hi Mike,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
It seems that the battery is okay, so we must assume that the problem is in the starting sequence. Page 9 of the operator's manual has specific instructions:
The safety key needs to be fully inserted:
"Check to make sure safety key has been installed and is fully seated and
that button on switch housing is being completely
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Hi Mike,
I'm Travis from The Home Depot. Thanks for visiting our site.
It seems that the battery is okay, so we must assume that the problem is in the starting sequence. Page 9 of the operator's manual has specific instructions:
The safety key needs to be fully inserted:
"Check to make sure safety key has been installed and is fully seated and
that button on switch housing is being completely depressed."
"ON-OFF SWITCH (BAIL HANDLE) - FIGURE J
Your mower is equipped with a special on-off switch system. To operate
the system, first push button J-1 on side of switch housing, then pull the
bail handle (switch lever) J-2 to the handlebar J-3.To turn the mower
off, just release the bail handle."
According to the video on the site, the order is consistent; press the button on the side and then pull the bail handle to start the motor.
It's hard for me to know for sure about the order in which you proceed to start, but I seems to be necessary to adhere to this specific order.
Copy and paste this address for the full manual:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/c5/c51c5b64-68e3-4a78-a100-70a18553aba1.pdf
If all else fails, consult a Black & Decker Service Center in your area (1-800-544-6986) or bring it to The Home Depot for repair.
Thank you for asking,
-Travis Read Less
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My mower blade will not turn with the battery power but freely turns by hand what can I do to fix this problem.

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Goldendale WA.
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May 12, 2015
I do not have the manual lost during move and will self propel via battery power. What can I do to fix it myself?
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June 10, 2015
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I am buying a B&D to replace an old Homelite. Regardless, my Homelite went the same way - full charge, no motion. I tore the thing apart, as I know just enough to be dangerous. Long story short, when power was being supplied to the motor, the motor would not turn (it did turn freely by hand). I checked the brushes (they checked okay), checked the circuits, and checked the motor itself by bypassing Read More
I am buying a B&D to replace an old Homelite. Regardless, my Homelite went the same way - full charge, no motion. I tore the thing apart, as I know just enough to be dangerous. Long story short, when power was being supplied to the motor, the motor would not turn (it did turn freely by hand). I checked the brushes (they checked okay), checked the circuits, and checked the motor itself by bypassing everything between it and the batteries. I checked to verify that the motor was receiving 24ish volts, it was. Turned out the motor had just burnt out after about sever or eight years. I thought about trying to track down a replacement motor but I don't think it will be worth the effort after the cost associated - that, plus the charger is going and I would have to wire something else up to charge the batteries directly... so yeah... about to buy the B&D.
Different mower, but same problem, with similar guts. Thought it might help. Read Less
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Depending on the age my B&D was 7 years old. The problem for me was that the brushes that pass the electric to the engine wore out. The part was out of stock. Call the only local B&D repair shop. they said that they could repair it. I did not have time to take it in and when I got there they stopped working on B&D equipment. Since I am not that handy with this type of repair I had to buy a new B&D Read More
Depending on the age my B&D was 7 years old. The problem for me was that the brushes that pass the electric to the engine wore out. The part was out of stock. Call the only local B&D repair shop. they said that they could repair it. I did not have time to take it in and when I got there they stopped working on B&D equipment. Since I am not that handy with this type of repair I had to buy a new B&D mower. Read Less
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May 15, 2015
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Also, you can download the manual and print it out or save a copy on your computer. The download is just above your question. :)
I like to keep PDF copies of all my appliances/tools/etc on my computer for easy reference.
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May 15, 2015
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I bought this mower last season, this year when I pulled it out from the shed I had the same problem. Until I remembered, there is a button on the outside right of the handle, an orange button. Press that before you start the mower, it engages the blade.
Hope this helps.
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Where can I get a second battery and charger for this mower?

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August 5, 2015
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I was able to order a second battery online at Home Depot. That is also how I had to order replacement blades.
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June 9, 2015
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I ordered a 2nd battery online online thru Home Depot. The 2nd Battery is even better than the original because it has a 3 level power indicator on it that can be checked by the push of a button. I also got an extra blade at the same time.
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Wayne, NJ
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May 19, 2015
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You can find this on a website that is the name of a great rainforest in South America....
(not allowed to name competitors)
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Yes batteries for this mower are available on Home Depot.com for $129 and it includes a charger.
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how long does it take to charge the battery?

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June 15, 2016
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I no longer use and sold the Black & Decker mower. I bought an EGO 20" lithium Ion mower 2 years ago. The Black & Decker takes many hours to charge. If your yard is large you may need two batteries. The current B&D battery is a 36V 12A battery. My original battery was a 36V 10A battery. I had two batteries so I could finish the yard when the grass was high or wet from rain.
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June 15, 2016
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I can cut a 60x40 lawn and still have about half a charge left but usually it take overnight to do a full charge..it is a Nicad battery so it is best to always keep it plugged in when idle
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 542 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Disappointed in performance and in B&D customer service When I first got this mower in the heat of last summer, I noted that it left a row of clippings ejected out the right side of the mower. This happened whether I was mulching or bagging (rear bag). The amount was annoying, but something I could live with. However, the amount of clippings ejected when mowing this spring and summer's more lush grass, was well beyond what I could tolerate. I always had to rake afterwards. I contacted Black and Decker, who provided the location of an approved local service center. That service center sent it to the nearest Black and Decker center, who after 3 weeks, told me they found nothing wrong and returned it unchanged. My previous mower (also a cordless electric) did a good job, and my back-up reel mower does as good or better a job than this one. July 18, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what I needed! I finally decided to upgrade from the reel mower that I've been using for years. I love that I can mow my yard without breathing in gas fumes, and that I'm not attached to a cord. My first mow was through some pretty overgrown grass, and although I had to take a couple passes over it, the mower did great and my lawn looks beautiful. It is pretty heavy (especially coming from a reel!) and my yard is really bumpy, so I think I'll eventually regret not spending that extra money for the self-propelled model... but I'm happy for now. And I love that I can fold the handles down to fit the mower into a tight spot in my small garage! July 29, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Does a great job, exceeds 1/3 acre rating So far so good. I have a half acre, most of which is mowed with my riding mower, but I still need a walk behind to get around the house perimeter, and between a large number of pine trees and other obstacles. These locations are too awkward for the rider to reach. Nevertheless, I wanted to see just how long this would last on a full charge. As it turns out I was able to mow my entire half acre, with the power starting to drop off only at the very end. No earplugs needed with this one. A battery gauge would be good, but you can tell by listening for the most part. August 12, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Mower for my small yard & bad shoulder! This mower is great! Comes almost completely assembled, easy start (no more killing my bad shoulder trying to pull start mower!), battery was ready in a couple hours after unpacking & putting it on charger, and mower has more power than I thought a battery powered mower would have! Mower did not have any problem cutting down the 10 inches of grass that had grown since I mowed last! I had to go slower than normal and empty the grass catcher often but it made it through the whole yard without recharging the battery. Great that mower folds and stores upright. And no more gas and oil - or running the mower until it runs out of gas so it doesn't go bad in the mower. Have mowed several times since initial mowing and mower now zips right through the grass. Definitely glad I made purchase - hopefully mower will last for years. August 19, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great! I looked at a number of electric mowers, and this one is the only model I found that had everything I was looking for. Its a good size mower and is extremely easy to use. It might look in the pictures like it would be a heavy machine, but its actually very light and handles very well. Its easy as can be to switch out batteries for larger mows, I bought an extra battery for that purpose. Its also nice that it easily collapses to fit in an out-of-the-way place in my garage. All in all, I'm quite pleased. June 20, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Second one, Fit my needs perfectly Strong points include easy height adjustment, no fooling with gas or oil, and consistent instant trouble free operation. This is my second B/D electric mower. After 7 years the first one has nearly worn out so it was probably about the same price to buy a new one versus fixing wheels, blade, skirt and a new battery. I have a premier grass lawn and also several larger areas that are heavy weeds. This unit handles either with ease. Although 70, I still like the exercise of a push mower, so that is not an issue. July 31, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Battery operated.....YEAH! We are so pleased to be rid of electrical cords! The mower did a wonderful job on our lawn for over 30 minutes, and we never felt the battery was loosing steam. July 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this electric workhorse When I had a smaller yard I had a lighter, quieter, green mower. Now that I have 1/2 an acre I needed to step up my mowing game but still wanted a rechargeable electric. I've had the Black and Decker for 2 months and it does everything I want it to do. I can get the whole yard done on one charge and it makes a nice wide and even swath through the yard. September 22, 2013
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