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Model HRX217HYA

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GCV190 21 in. Variable Speed Self-Propelled Walk-Behind Gas Mower

$729.00 /each
  • Features hydrostatic cruise control
  • Handles 7 different mowing heights
  • Customers appreciate powerful Honda engine (see reviews)

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The Honda 21 in. GCV190 Gas Variable Speed Self-Propelled Walk-Behind Mower features hydrostatic cruise control that provides gradual speed adjustment to match your mowing conditions. The Blade Stop System (Roto-Stop) is a safety feature that stops the blades without stopping the engine. So you can safely step away without having to restart the motor.

  • Assembled dimensions: 24 in. W x 24 in. D x 18.37 in. H
  • NeXite deck carries a lifetime warranty and its 21 in. cutting width provides durability
  • Variable speed, hydrostatic cruise-control system offers self-propelled operation with a control lever for precise speed adjustment
  • 7 mowing heights ranging from 3/4 in. to 4 in. to manicure the lawn to your specifications
  • Twin-blade micro-cut design provides fine grass clippings
  • 4-in-1 Versamow System with Clip Director provides adjustable mulching, bagging, discharge and leaf shredding and helps to prevent clogging of the bag chute
  • 9 in. wheels with rear ball bearings provide smooth movement over varied terrain
  • Handle offers 3 positions height and a comfortable grip for maneuvering the lightweight mower, handle folds for easy storage
  • Roto-Stop system stops the blades without stopping the engine so you can safely step away without having to restart the motor
  • Manual fuel-shutoff valve for your convenience
  • Lightweight and maneuverable
  • 5-year residential warranty
  • Delivered to your door mostly assembled, simply attach the handle using basic instructions and add gas/oil
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Directions say to release yellow blade button after engaged button will not release stays down will this harm mower

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July 4, 2013
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November 25, 2015
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The button is meant to be pushed down in order to "engage," then it stays down. If it were to pop up, the blades would disengage. "Releasing" the button simply means taking your finger off of it. If it pops up, you have to do it all over again, this time slower. It disengages on its own regularly - you have to listen for it, since it will not CUT unless the button stays down.
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June 19, 2015
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This answer applies to GCV190 21IN HRX217HYA
The directions are confusing. When mowing, the yellow button must stay engaged to prevent release of the control cable that keeps the blade clutch engaged. When the bar is released the blade clutch disengages and the blade stops, regardless of whether the yellow button is up or down. The button only latches the blade control bar to the control cable. Because
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The directions are confusing. When mowing, the yellow button must stay engaged to prevent release of the control cable that keeps the blade clutch engaged. When the bar is released the blade clutch disengages and the blade stops, regardless of whether the yellow button is up or down. The button only latches the blade control bar to the control cable. Because the drive bar is behind the blade control bar the button must be up (Disengaged) to drive the mower without engaging the blade. Whether there are other reasons for building it that way, I don't know, but that is how it works.
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June 16, 2015
Answer: 
You're doing it right.
In other words "let go" of the yellow button once it's engaged....
The button will stay down until the bar comes fully back to you.
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Honda National Office / Alpharetta, GA
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July 8, 2013
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Hi Mower in CT:
The yellow blade control button has a spring that should project the button when the blade control lever is fully released (all hands off). Sounds like it may not be doing that, so please do not use the mower until you have your mower inspected and evaluated by a servicing Honda dealer. If your mower is still under warranty, and this issue is due to a manufacturing defect, repairs are Read More
Hi Mower in CT:
The yellow blade control button has a spring that should project the button when the blade control lever is fully released (all hands off). Sounds like it may not be doing that, so please do not use the mower until you have your mower inspected and evaluated by a servicing Honda dealer. If your mower is still under warranty, and this issue is due to a manufacturing defect, repairs are often covered. Here is a link to find a Honda dealer in your area; just select MOWERS and enter your ZIP code:
http://powerequipment.honda.com/dealer-locator
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Riverview, FL
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July 6, 2013
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If the yellow button does not release and pop back up, the danger you may encounter is that when the blade engagement handle is pushed forward, the blades will engage. The purpose of the button is to verify that you intend for the blades to engage when the handle is pushed forward. For example, if you are done mowing and release all handles, the mower will stop moving, and the blades dis-engage, however, Read More
If the yellow button does not release and pop back up, the danger you may encounter is that when the blade engagement handle is pushed forward, the blades will engage. The purpose of the button is to verify that you intend for the blades to engage when the handle is pushed forward. For example, if you are done mowing and release all handles, the mower will stop moving, and the blades dis-engage, however, the motor is still running. If you want the move the mower using the drive capability and not having the blades turning, you must push both levers forward, however, without pushing the yellow button down. If the yellow button is stuck down, you risk the blades engaging every time you push the levers forward when the motor is running. Read Less
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July 6, 2013
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Yes button stays depressed while blades are engaged
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Temecula, CA, USA
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July 6, 2013
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Are you saying that the button stays depressed while holding the blade clutch lever? Please clarify your question.
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Cheboygan, MI, USA
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July 5, 2013
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When I push down the yellow blade control button and then push the handle forward to engage, the yellow button on my mower does NOT release until you release the handle. I believe this is the normal operation for the blade control. No need to worry about the yellow button releasing until you release the handle. Hope this helps.
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Bellingham MA
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July 4, 2013
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If the yellow button does not come back up after pressing and engaging the brake clutch, you most likely have a broken or missing spring on the mechanism just below the button. If you looked at where the metal rod comes down from the button, you should see a spring. Check to see that it is there and/or possibly broken.
Did this just start happening and at one point worked fine, or did it always do this? Read More
If the yellow button does not come back up after pressing and engaging the brake clutch, you most likely have a broken or missing spring on the mechanism just below the button. If you looked at where the metal rod comes down from the button, you should see a spring. Check to see that it is there and/or possibly broken.
Did this just start happening and at one point worked fine, or did it always do this? If it's still under warranty, it should be covered. Talk to a Honda dealer.
If it stays down on its own is the brake clutch always engaged? If so, I would think it is possible to cause extra wear. Read Less
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Lynchburg, VA, USA
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July 4, 2013
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They mean you can let go of the button once it has latched the blade clutch cable mechanism. It will remain engaged with the cable mechanism in order to keep the blade clutch engaged while in use. Once you let go of the bar, you need to press the button again to activate the blade clutch. The reason is so you can engage the wheels without engaging the blade. This comes in handy when you are finished Read More
They mean you can let go of the button once it has latched the blade clutch cable mechanism. It will remain engaged with the cable mechanism in order to keep the blade clutch engaged while in use. Once you let go of the bar, you need to press the button again to activate the blade clutch. The reason is so you can engage the wheels without engaging the blade. This comes in handy when you are finished mowing and want to drive it back to the house, etc.. Read Less
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Can the self propelled feature be used with the blade stopped for moving the mower from back yard to front yard through an alley?

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Savannah, Ga
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Yes, the blade control is separate from the self propelled lever.
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St Louis
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March 11, 2016
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yes, you do not have to have the blade clutch engaged to use the self-propelled feature.
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College Station, TX, USA
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August 22, 2015
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YES! It's a great feature on this mower.
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O'Fallon, Illinois
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June 17, 2015
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Absolutely, just did so two hours ago.
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June 16, 2015
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Yes! Power to wheels and none to blade....with a lot less noise. Simply push all bars (without pushing yellow button)
Get over a gravel driveway effortlessly without blade damage or rock-throwing... then engage blade when you hit grass. (Get the HRX217HYA version shipped to store)
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Atlanta, GA
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June 12, 2015
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No, because the drive clutch bar is behind the blade clutch, so the blade must be engaged to use propulsion.
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Coram, NY
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May 30, 2015
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No. This is quite annoying to me. I feel so wimpy trying to move it without the self propel going. I always move it with the blade going or I'll drag it (in reverse). I hope this helps answer you question.
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May 27, 2015
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Splash1: Yes, any Honda self-propelled mower with the Roto-Stop (blade clutch) feature can be driven/propelled with the blades OFF. There are three Honda models with this feature, the composite-decks HRX217VYA ($799), HRX217HYA ($829), HRX217HZA ($899), and the steel-deck HRR216VYA ($579) -Robert@Honda
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Is the height adjustment done with one lever or do you have to adjust each ilndividual wheel?

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August 13, 2013
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November 25, 2015
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Each wheel. Have a small sledge hammer nearby, you will need it. Poor adjustment system on the rear wheels.
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La Place, Louisiana
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August 14, 2013
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Each wheel has to be adjusted. I could be wrong, but I think it's so you can use the mower as a leaf vacuum. With the front wheels adjusted higher than the rear, the mower can go over the leaves without pushing them to the side before they can be bagged.
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Plympton, MA, USA
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August 14, 2013
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Each wheel is independently adjusted. However moving the height lever takes less effort than any other mover I have owned and I'm 72 so I have a bit of experience at that task. I don't dread the task anymore.
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Arlington, TX, USA
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August 14, 2013
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Each wheel
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Delafield, WI
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August 14, 2013
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Adjustment done on each wheel, small lever you lift and slide up/down to preferred height.
There are notches for lever to seat into that are numbered to allow same setting for all four wheels.
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Bellingham MA
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August 14, 2013
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Individually.
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Riverview, FL
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August 14, 2013
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Each wheel has their own lever. Adjustment is easy.
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Temecula, CA, USA
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August 14, 2013
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Each wheel is adjusted individually.
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Does the bag come as a standard item?

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May 3, 2012
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WESTERN SUBURB OF CHICAGO, IL
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YES IT DOES COME WITH AN INFERIOR BAG & FRAME. IT LETS A VARYING AMOUNT OF DUST THROUGH THE FABRIC, DEPENDING ON HOW DRY AND DUSTY THE TURFS SOIL IS. IF IT IS DRY ENOUGH YOU CAN BE LEFT COUGHING & CHOKING FROM WITHIN THE CLOUD OF DUST. BUT THERE IS A SOLUTION. (BE PREPARED TO SPEND ~$ 85.00 AT AMAZON). THE SOLUTION IS FOR AN IMPROVED "LOW DUST GRASS BAG KIT". THE KIT COMES WITH THE IMPROVED BAG AND ALSO Read More
YES IT DOES COME WITH AN INFERIOR BAG & FRAME. IT LETS A VARYING AMOUNT OF DUST THROUGH THE FABRIC, DEPENDING ON HOW DRY AND DUSTY THE TURFS SOIL IS. IF IT IS DRY ENOUGH YOU CAN BE LEFT COUGHING & CHOKING FROM WITHIN THE CLOUD OF DUST. BUT THERE IS A SOLUTION. (BE PREPARED TO SPEND ~$ 85.00 AT AMAZON). THE SOLUTION IS FOR AN IMPROVED "LOW DUST GRASS BAG KIT". THE KIT COMES WITH THE IMPROVED BAG AND ALSO AN IMPROVED SOLID FRAME WITH A BETTER HANDLE ON THE FRAME. THE HANDLE MAKES EMPTYING THE BAG MUCH EASIER. IT ALSO HAS A SOLID PLASTIC BOTTOM ON THE BAG, MAKING EMPTYING SIMPLER, GRASS JUST SLIDES OUT, NO MORE SHAKING AND SPILLING. IT SOLVES THE DUST PROBLEM NICELY AND MAKES EMPTYING EASIER. . SEARCH AMAZON FOR "HONDA 04813-VH7-K50 KIT". WHY IT IS NOT INCLUDED WITH THIS $730.00 MOWER I DONT UNDERSTAND. THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE INCLUDED BAG & THE "LOW DUST GRASS BAG KIT" CAN'T BE THAT MANY $ $ $. THE FACT THAT THEY OFFER THIS UPGRADED ACCESSORY, INDICATES TO ME THEY KNOW THEY HAVE A PROBLEM. I'M HAPPY WITH THE SOLUTION, BUT STILL THINK IT SHOULD NOT BE AN UPGRADE. Read Less
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April 23, 2013
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Yes. Although I have yet to use it as the mulch system is great.
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Yes.However you must slide the fabric over the frame.
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Yes
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Bremerton, Washington
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Yes, the bag and frame comes in the box with the mower. You need to place the frame inside the bag to shape it but it's easily attached with clips that are on the bag.
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yes
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yes Tony , and it's designed to allow for more of the vaccum effect to collect the clippings. Some advice....the mower cuts the grass into very small lengths and can and will literaly stuff that bag full. Empty it often like the instructions tell you. I use my foot and place it under the rear edge of the bag to basicaly get a feel as to when I need to empty the bag before I make another lap.
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Yes, the grass bag is included as standard equipment on this and all HRR and HRX series models. -Robert@Honda
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 726 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Lawnmower Great lawnmower. Cuts extreamly well. Plenty of power even in high thick damp grass. Keeps cutting when other mowers would have stalled out. The only draw back is the blade control lever that must kept engaged. It has a strong spring and after cutting awhile your left hand gets tired. Not a big issue, just something that you have to get use to. The mower is also heavy, but has plenty of power to keep pulling it along when cutting. Well made. Hope it lasts 30 plus years like my last Honda mower! August 2, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Outstanding Lawn Mower What an outstanding mower!!! I looked at tons of expert and customer reviews. This mower is the best. Agree with some of the comments (wheels were not the same level out of box so check that, lawn mower is a bit heavy so if that is a concern take it into consideration, takes a while to get used to the levers and operation) but overall, the lawn looks like a carpet. I used to have to empty the bag on my Toro 20+ times to complete the yard.....just 4 times with this mower. Lots of power, easy to operate once you get the feel for it. My first Honda but I can see why customers rave about it......more expensive but really worth it! Love that lawn mower. June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love this mower. Had an earlier version of this mower for years, and when it was time to replace it, this was an easy decision. One-pull starting and easy to use. Perfect for a 1/2 acre lot. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by I love this Mower! This mower is a bit pricey but the quality is head and shoulders above it's competition. The larger engine plows through anything without bogging down and I use the mulch setting 90% of the time. you can hardly see the clippings now whereas my old mower would struggle and leave big clumps of grass everywhere. The operation of this mower reminds me of an old bulletproof mower I used when I was a kid. The Self Propel mechanism with speed control lever works great! My old mower had a belt drive and personal pace push bar that NEVER worked. I like being able to walk away from the mower and come back to it without having to start it again. It's great to be able to disengage the blade and not stop the engine. I see this mower lasting a very long time and a great investment. July 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Carberatuer not covered under warranty Absolutely disgusted that I have already had to take this mower to the shop. Only the fifth time to mow and I start it up and the carberatuer starts surging on me. And to top it off I called Home Depot of Lawton OK and I can't even get the words out of my mouth and they say don't bring it to them because they can't touch. So I called the repair shops they recommend and guess what the carberatuer is not covered under the warranty. So it looks like I will be paying around another hundred bucks to get this brand new mower running like a brand new mower. July 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great mower with few cons Bought this mower in 2014 to replace my 18 year old Snapper and wanted the larger engine this one offered. I really like the drive system on this mower and the blade stop feature which allows you to stop and move rocks, sticks, etc. without killing the engine. I do not recommend leaving the bagger attached with the mower in mulching mode, as there is enough blow-by that the bag will still fill up over time, which means that you will end up emptying bags anyways. We simply leave the bagger in the shed now. This mower is rock-solid and starts first pull every time. Major con is that there is no drain plug for changing the oil. I tried a siphon kit with no luck so like the manual says, you have to turn the mower over to drain the oil - and this mower is heavy! Given the Honda name, quality and high price tag of this machine this seems like a major oversight but all in all, I am quite happy with this machine. July 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very satisfied I've been using this mower for about 2 months now. It starts easily and has given us no problems - as I would expect for any new lawn mower, especially a Honda. Things that I really like: 1) excellent mulching, 2) on the fly change between bagging and mulching, 3) mower is definitely more powerful than my last one. Thing that could be improved: 1) the auto-choke isn't my favorite but generally does work; the speed control mechanism could be reworked so that I could change the walking speed without taking my hand off of the handle. The improvements are minor nitpicks and overall I am very happy with this purchase. June 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad Carburetors & Poor Customer Service Bad Carburetors & Poor Customer Service. I will not buy another Honda product. I purchased my Honda HRX2175HYA in March of 2015 used it for one season with no problem. This year I used it until July when I went on vacation for two weeks and it sat in the shed. When I came home, I started it and the throttle was surging up and down. So I call my Honda dealer (not worried because it has a Five year warranty) and explained the problem. He immediately told me it will need a new carburetor and that Honda will not cover it under warranty because it is fuel related. I told him I would call Honda’s customer service line (I was sure they would help me). Not so, the Honda customer service representative was polite but un-helpful. He told me the same thing that they would not cover carburetors. Apparently these carburetors have such small passageways that leaving fuel set for even two weeks will clog them up. I even use an Ethanol treatment in the fuel. This is absurd I have a 23 year old Toro that will start on the first pull and I can leave gas in it for a year with no problem. This problem is not just a problem on mine but all Honda lawnmowers. Google it and you will find the complaints, I wish I would have before I purchased it. Hondas warranty is useless they do not stand behind their products. I gave the customer service representative every chance to make this right and they refused to. I am left paying for a new carburetor and labor to install it around $75.00. All I can do now is to make others aware of Honda’s bad products and useless warranties. July 28, 2016
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