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Recycler 22 in. Personal Pace Variable Speed Self-Propelled Electric Start Gas Lawn Mower with Briggs & Stratton Engine

$399.00 /each
  • Electric Start - Simply push the button and you're ready to mow
  • 22" Steel Deck with Recycler Cutting System and Atomic Blades
  • 7.25 ft. lb. Gross Torque 163cc Briggs & Stratton Engine

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Recycler 22 in. Personal Pace Variable Speed Self-Propelled Electric Start Gas Lawn Mower with Briggs & Stratton Engine. For homeowners seeking a lawn mower with high quality, a user-friendly design and excellent mulching capability. Toro products are known for Smart Features and Proven Dependability. Count On It.

  • Electric start eliminate the need to pull a recoil cord to start the engine, simply push the button and you are ready to mow
  • Recycler cutting system - front throw chamber and atomic blade lift, suspend and re-cut clippings into a fine mulch for a healthy, lush lawn
  • 22 in. steel deck with atomic blade
  • Briggs & Stratton 7.25 ft. lb. gross torque 163cc OHV EXi engine with ready start - no need to prime or choke
  • Includes just check and add feature which means no oil changes for the life of the engine
  • Personal pace self-propel system senses and smoothly adjusts to your preferred walking pace
  • 3-in-1: mulch, side discharge or bag
  • Bag-on-demand quickly switch from mulching to bagging in seconds by flipping the quick-change lever
  • Rear wheel drive self-propel provides better traction in all cutting conditions - let the mower do the work
  • Washout port - attach a hose to the mower deck to easily clean the underside of the deck
  • Quick connect bagging system
  • 9 cutting positions with 1-4 in. cutting height range to manicure the lawn to your specifications
  • 3-year guaranteed-to-start and 2-year full warranty, see retailer for details
  • Gross torque of this engine was laboratory rated at 2,600 RPM per SAE J1940 by the engine manufacturer, as configured to meet safety, emission and operating requirements, the actual engine torque on this class of mower will be significantly lower
  • Note: product may vary by store
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The electric start is completely charged but nothing happens when I turn on the key

This question is from Recycler 22 in. Personal Pace Variable Speed Self-Propelled Electric Start Gas Lawn Mower with Briggs & Stratton Engine
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Joan
August 24, 2013
I replaced the fuse that was next to the battery but it did not help.
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Lafayette, IN
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April 30, 2016
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Here's the main problem with electric start lawn mowers. The battery is located UNDER the mower deck. When you wash (hose) the underside of the mower, water gets into the area where the sealed 12v battery is located. Location is usually behind the rear plastic or metal blade guide which gives the mower the round shape for proper mowing. The problem is the battery area is NOT waterproof. The battery is Read More
Here's the main problem with electric start lawn mowers. The battery is located UNDER the mower deck. When you wash (hose) the underside of the mower, water gets into the area where the sealed 12v battery is located. Location is usually behind the rear plastic or metal blade guide which gives the mower the round shape for proper mowing. The problem is the battery area is NOT waterproof. The battery is sealed, but NOT the terminals. When water comes in contact with the terminals, they will soon corroded away and, when wet, will short out the battery if positive side goes to ground. If you have an electric start mower, do not flush the underside with water. If you want to keep your electric start, use a plastic puddy knife to scrape the underside, but do not use water. This is, of course, is a very bad design, but it appears all mowers use this design if the chassis are made by MTD. I've had 2 mowers with electric start succumb to this malady. Mower still rope starts though. The cure for bad design is that terminals and connectors need to be insulated from any water intrusion. Read Less
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Waco,TX
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May 7, 2015
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It was the fuse on mine. Not sure where it is located. The shop knew right away what the problem was.
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Savannah, GA
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September 24, 2014
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My key has a picture/symbol on top the indicates it should be turned to start. Found out when I took to the repair shop (brand new mower) that the electric start is push-button? The key was not installed when I received the delivery, and I could not determine how to insert or turn through any instructions. The repair shop inserted the key, which locked into the slot, and pushed in, and the mower started Read More
My key has a picture/symbol on top the indicates it should be turned to start. Found out when I took to the repair shop (brand new mower) that the electric start is push-button? The key was not installed when I received the delivery, and I could not determine how to insert or turn through any instructions. The repair shop inserted the key, which locked into the slot, and pushed in, and the mower started instantly, and has worked 3 times perfectly since. Read Less
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August 28, 2013
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Please check for any electrical connections that are lose or worn. We would recommend that you take a look at all of the wires, especially the connection points on the battery/starter terminal as well as by the key housing. Below is a list of items to check anytime you are have starting issues.
Some of the most common reasons a mower may not start are listed below:
1. Fresh fuel (less than 30 days Read More
Please check for any electrical connections that are lose or worn. We would recommend that you take a look at all of the wires, especially the connection points on the battery/starter terminal as well as by the key housing. Below is a list of items to check anytime you are have starting issues.
Some of the most common reasons a mower may not start are listed below:
1. Fresh fuel (less than 30 days old). Gasoline gets "stale" over time and fresh fuel ignites more easily. Stale gas can leave harmful deposits in your products fuel system.
Today's gasoline does not have the same chemical makeup as years ago. Testing has shown that significant deterioration can begin in as little as 30 days. The first sign of old gas is it makes starting more difficult. This is because the most volatile components of the fuel are the first to deteriorate and are the ones that help an engine start easily.
We recommend that you use a national name brand to ensure that you are beginning with good quality fuel. Use fuel with an octane rating of 87 or as close to 87 as you can. Higher octane fuels offer no benefit for our residential products and some high octane additive packages are not good for small engines. Only purchase what you expect to use within 30 days, or add stabilizer. If you add a fuel stabilizer the day you buy the gasoline you can expect the fuel to stay fresh for 4-6 months. Fuel stabilizer is available from most Toro dealers.
2. Starting will be easier if the spark plug in good condition. If in doubt, replace it. A new spark plug will be able to provide a better spark to ignite the fuel air mix within the engine. You should also make sure the spark plug wire is attached to the spark plug.
3. A clean air filter helps make it easier to start your machine. A dirty filter will make it much more difficult for the engine to draw in air. Clean or replace the filter if it is dirty. A clean filter will also help keep dust out of the engine and reduce wear.
4. On electric start models the battery should be charged at the beginning and end of the season. One charge may be enough to last through the whole season. If not, additional charging during the season may be necessary. Important: You cannot start the mower with the electric start or charge the battery unless you install the fuse.
5. Review the starting procedures outlined in the Operator's Manual including the proper operation of the safety features of your unit.
For further assistance, please visit our online interactive manual for our Trouble Shooting Guide for Starting Your Mower at https://icontent.toro.com/smartmanuals/Toro_Diagnostics/Manual.htm or contact your local Toro Authorized Service Dealer at http://www.toro.com/en-us/locator/Pages/default.aspx. Read Less
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August 27, 2013
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I hate to say it but I did not have much luck with the Personal Pace Toro I purchased and had to return it to Home Depot. The Self Propel appeared to burn up after less than 5 minutes of use. I had an older model personal pace and it was a great mower but the new model did not impress me.
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Gainesville, FL
August 27, 2013
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Are you holding the blade control bar against the handle?
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August 25, 2013
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Make sure the connection from the starter to the battery is also connected. It's two separate connections. My son did the quick assemble on mine, charged the battery overnight and nothing. He never realized this connection existed too and I don't think it's highly enlightened in the manual!
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Monroe, Mi
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August 25, 2013
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You may have to check the battery to see if it actually has taken a charge. This would require a basic voltage meter. If you have required voltage then it would be a down the circuit check to see if there is a short or perhaps even spare (although supposed to be good) fuse problem. If there is voltage coming to the starter when turning key then the starter is bad!
The fuse is easy check, you look through
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You may have to check the battery to see if it actually has taken a charge. This would require a basic voltage meter. If you have required voltage then it would be a down the circuit check to see if there is a short or perhaps even spare (although supposed to be good) fuse problem. If there is voltage coming to the starter when turning key then the starter is bad!
The fuse is easy check, you look through colored plastic with a lit background and see if the "Z" shaped element is burnt out.
Hope this helps! I'm still trying to figure out the not start issue with my 3 month old Toro. Too stubborn to take in under warranty....
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Baldwin, MD 21013, USA
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August 25, 2013
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On mine you have a two step process of putting in the key and then pushing the blue button on the top.
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Park City, UT, USA
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August 24, 2013
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Either there is a short in the wiring harness or the battery is discharged.
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Greensboro, NC, USA
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August 24, 2013
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Next, check to make sue the ignition wire is plugged in, just under the switch. I had this happen on an earlier model. he wire wouldn't stay plugged in all the time.
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This question is from Recycler 22 in. Personal Pace Variable Speed Self-Propelled Electric Start Gas Lawn Mower with Briggs & Stratton Engine
 
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Is there an adjustment for hill climbing?

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Minneapolis, MN
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September 15, 2014
I have very small hills on both sides of my home and this mower needs to be pushed using quite a bit of force to make it up the hills. Home Depot says they have not heard of this before.
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Albany, OR
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August 9, 2016
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I am 73 and in good health and reasonably strong but this mower needs to be pushed up the slightest incline. Also not good that the blade has to be engaged in order to have power assist to move it. I have to go down a paved area to mow part of the yard. This picks up and throws small rocks and dirt. Easy to push down the hill but hard to bring it back up without the engine and blade running.
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June 26, 2015
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i had the same thing. adjust the throttle control for more power and it works very well now
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Topeka,Ks
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October 2, 2014
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Yes you can. Loosen the nut on the clip holding the traction control cable and slide it toward the engine until the slack is gone, then tighten the nut. This will help as I had to adjust mine to help with inclines. It works. If that doesn't help you might need a new belt.
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Duncan, SC, USA
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September 21, 2014
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I too have hills and inclines on my property and my personal pace mower navigates them with no problem.
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Kelso, Wa
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September 16, 2014
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I'd say somethings wrong with the mower. If it's under warranty, take it in. There are some adjustments if you know how to do it. I don't think it's in the manual.
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Kansas City, MO
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September 16, 2014
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All you have to do is push down on the black handle when going up a hill. The lawn mower has an automatic accelerator, also when coming back down the hill ease up on the handle is will adjust the speed so you won't be running after the lawn mower. It's so simple, this is a great lawn mower for the older senior citizen.
Also when ever you buy something you should ALWAYS read the manuel. If you have to Read More
All you have to do is push down on the black handle when going up a hill. The lawn mower has an automatic accelerator, also when coming back down the hill ease up on the handle is will adjust the speed so you won't be running after the lawn mower. It's so simple, this is a great lawn mower for the older senior citizen.
Also when ever you buy something you should ALWAYS read the manuel. If you have to push your lawn mower up the hill, then maybe you bought the wrong model. Read Less
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September 16, 2014
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Refer to the “Adjusting the Self-propel Drive Cable” in your owner’s manual. You can view the owner's manual online at http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/97/97469438-866c-4a26-8270-7c79a699df46.pdf.
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Baldwin, MD 21013, USA
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September 16, 2014
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No adjustment, but it is self propelled which is adjusts to your walking pace. I've done small hills and it works great. Just make sure the grass is dry.
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Is it a known problem for the left rear wheel to fall off?

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Fort Wayne, IN
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I just bought this mower. I used it for the first time ever today for about 20 minutes when the left rear wheel fell off. I put the inside dust cap, washer, and bolt back in, lined up the gears and tightened it up. It seems to be OK. Is this a known issue? Do I need to take it and have it serviced?
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Dallas
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April 21, 2016
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The exact same thing just happened on the mower I purchased on 4-10-16. The left rear wheel fell off on the second mow.
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July 8, 2014
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Please contact Customer Service at 888-384-9939 if you are still having issues with the mower. Thank you.
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Woodcliff Lake, NJ
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July 1, 2014
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I had the same problem. Sent it back and ordered a new one. It also had defects.
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Medina, Ohio
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June 20, 2014
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My new mower had the same problem. I guess they don't tighten it prior to shipping. After tightening the axle bolt on the left rear wheel it did not happen. I also tightened all the others to be sure.
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May 3, 2014
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I recently purchased this mower and have not had any issues at all
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Rochester, NY, USA
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This has not happened to me. It wouldn't hurt to take it to a Qualified Toro dealer and have them look at it Just In Case... There is a Warrenty period on this Mower So use it to cover yourself.
I had an exhaust Valve go bad in the engine on mine within the first year. I took the mower to a Toro dealer Who fixed it at "No Charge" because it was within the warrenty time period, but had to wait almost a
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This has not happened to me. It wouldn't hurt to take it to a Qualified Toro dealer and have them look at it Just In Case... There is a Warrenty period on this Mower So use it to cover yourself.
I had an exhaust Valve go bad in the engine on mine within the first year. I took the mower to a Toro dealer Who fixed it at "No Charge" because it was within the warrenty time period, but had to wait almost a Month to get it back...
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McLean, VA, USA
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May 2, 2014
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I have used my mower only twice so far. The third time will be today. Obviously I have no experience with problems with any of the wheels.
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what type of oil goes mower use? How offen does the batter need to be replace?

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June 4, 2013
I added oil; now won't start. Electric start not charging/working. Need to manually pull string.
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Asked by
MsLabMgr
Gainesville, FL
July 29, 2013
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I have had this mower for almost a year and the battery is still on its first charge. I mow almost every week and start/stop/restart the mower at least 4 times - many more times if I'm bagging the clippings. Never had a problem starting, just one quick turn of the key. I put it on the charger this weekend just in case.
Still using the oil that came with the mower.
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Georgia, USA
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June 22, 2013
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This mower uses premium lawnmower oil rated SAE 30, preferably all-season or 4 temps/cycle, with a maximum 20 oz. tank. I stick with the Toro brand, but as long as it has the oil has the above ratings you should be fine. If the electric starter isn't charging/working, then your issue may be with either the power adapter (if the charging light isn't on, that's a sign of a possible adapter issue) or you Read More
This mower uses premium lawnmower oil rated SAE 30, preferably all-season or 4 temps/cycle, with a maximum 20 oz. tank. I stick with the Toro brand, but as long as it has the oil has the above ratings you should be fine. If the electric starter isn't charging/working, then your issue may be with either the power adapter (if the charging light isn't on, that's a sign of a possible adapter issue) or you could have a blown fuse that may need to be replaced. Read Less
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June 7, 2013
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30W oil, try charging battery 24 hours
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Monroe, MI, USA
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June 5, 2013
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A bottle of oil comes with the mower. It also comes with a battery charger, just plug it in per instructions before you use it the first time. I put mine on the charger about every 6 mows. I love my mower. Had been hiring mowing for 12 years, retired, needed easy to use mower. This is perfect. Only complaint is that it doesn't mulch quite as small as I would like. But mowing is so effortless that I'm Read More
A bottle of oil comes with the mower. It also comes with a battery charger, just plug it in per instructions before you use it the first time. I put mine on the charger about every 6 mows. I love my mower. Had been hiring mowing for 12 years, retired, needed easy to use mower. This is perfect. Only complaint is that it doesn't mulch quite as small as I would like. But mowing is so effortless that I'm mowing about every 3 days just because I'm a bit particular about my yard. Read Less
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Puyallup, WA, USA
June 5, 2013
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Oil is a synthetic dual viscosity and that information is in your manual. The Briggs and Stratton manual that came with your mower. Replacement of the battery could depend on use. We are now on our second Toro mower of this model having sold our first one to my son for reasons I won't go into now, nothing wrong with it though. Good mower.
You may have a charger problem with the charger itself. If you
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Oil is a synthetic dual viscosity and that information is in your manual. The Briggs and Stratton manual that came with your mower. Replacement of the battery could depend on use. We are now on our second Toro mower of this model having sold our first one to my son for reasons I won't go into now, nothing wrong with it though. Good mower.
You may have a charger problem with the charger itself. If you have a low voltage tester you could check it or take it to a small engine repair shop and have them check it out. Might need to replace it.
It seems to me however after sitting for 18 months in storage the battery went south and would never hold a decent charge again. I would think normal charging and use (dis-charging) would give the battery a much longer life span. Again perhaps look in the manual to see if there is information about that. I would (and will) store the battery in and area that is in a heated area, not freezing and keep it from direct contact with concrete floors while in storage.
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Taylorsville, UT, USA
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June 5, 2013
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If you look on Toro Customer FAQ, it depends on our mower, oils are 2 cycle and 4 cycle. As far as the battery goes most of them usually last 3 years.
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First of all check your oil level using the dipstick. Do not overfill the mower. I believe the manual calls for 10W 30 oil. As for it not charging make sure you give it a full overnight charge. In addition, make sure the outlet is not on a switch and you are inadvertantly turning it off with the lights. I am not trying to be a wise guy these are things that have happened to me.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 1863 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Poor Quality Control before item was packaged and shipped Home Depot kept me posted on the delivery and it was delivered as promised. The outer packing was undamaged, but then I found other issues. The inner box had a large oil spill from an unknown source, as the provided oil container was undamaged. Directions from Toro were incomplete. On first use, one of the 4 height levels was bent and needed straightening. Two of the notches for the height levelers were not bent out enough to catch and one didn't hold during mowing. Lastly, after doing part of the front lawn, the left drive wheel fell off and had to be reattached. Toro has been a good company in the past - this mower's quality did not meet my expectations, and their Customer Service provided a stock reply when I contacted them. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by WT Heck is going on Toro Replaced same mower I have had for at least 12 years. Deck cracked and wheel fell off. Almost bought new deck cause motor was still good. Bought exactly the same mower since I liked my first so well. Mower delivered to house and packaging showed no damage. Opened box and front wheel height adjustment lever was twisted and bent flat on deck. Rolled it out of garage To return and front wheel fell off. Got replacement and plastic handle for wheel adjuster comes off in my hands. You have a good product Toro but your quality control sucks. May be my last. September 8, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad experience Had this mower for 1 hour and the rear wheel fell off on my 2nd pass. I filled the engine with oil, put the fuel.additive in and added fuel. The engine started on the 2nd pull. I shut it down and re-check ed the oil level and 20 pulls later still couldn't get it to start. I got the box ready to put the mower back in and thought I would give it another try. 2 more pulls and it almost started. another 2 pulls and I was cutting grass until the wheel fell off. Within 1 1/2 hours of the purchase was in the return line beind another toro. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by GOOD BUY Mower has only one issue, it gets heavy on the rear and tilts backwards. This happens when you are bagging the clippings. Otherwise, it's a great product. May 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Bad mower and bad service The pull-starter mechanism broke after SEVEN (7) USES!!!! The authorized service center charged me $63 to fix and said that Toro denied the warranty claim. After I emailed Toro several times, they claim that since it was an engine/starter issue, I had to contact Briggs and Stratton. I contacted B&S and have not received an answer. Can't stand companies that charge you good money for a (faulty) product and then fail to stand behind the product. Toro's name is on the product and they refuse to stand behind it. They have to take overall responsibility for the issue. After being a loyal Toro guy for 24 years, I'm done with them!!! August 10, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by FIRST MOWER EVER This was the recommended brand from my neighbor. Has a firs time homeowner and first time mower, this mower does the job. It was easy to figure out, cuts very well, easy to push up slopes. As my first ever mower, I am completely satisfied. September 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Electric Start Fantastic My second Toro Personal Pace mower after 10 years. Best feature is the electric start with no cord pulling. Another great feature is the easy switch lever between mulching and grass collecting. Home Depot's delivery was very smooth and helpful. September 6, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Too much money for no performance I was pleased with the electric start and performance of the machine. Purchased in April 2016. However in August the lawnmower blew a gasket, that's what I assume it is. Started smoking and then spewing oil. Trying to find a Toro repair dealer to fix or replace. Very disappointed. Am 68 so it's difficult to bring mower in for repairs. Weighs almost 100 pounds. Thought I would get a few years service before repairing. August 28, 2016
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