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With proper care and maintenance, your John Deere lawn mower will serve you well for many years to come. It’s always a good idea to inspect your lawn mower before the beginning of each season to make sure it is in working order. Fortunately, most problems can be easily remedied with a few simple tools, some elbow grease, and a little patience. Here are five things you should check before using your riding lawn mower for the first time this year.

Check the Mower Deck

  • Check the deck for cracks, dents, and warping.
  • Check the deck for loose fasteners.
  • Check the deck for bent or broken blades.
  • Check the deck for damaged bearings.
  • Check the deck for damaged pulleys.
  • Check the deck for damaged belts

Inspect the Oil Level

  • Before each use, check the oil level.
  • The oil should be at the full mark on the dipstick. If it is not, add more oil until it reaches this point.
  • If there is too much or too little oil in your mower’s engine, drain or add respectively to reach the correct level. This can be done with a small screwdriver and a funnel if necessary.
  • Don’t worry if you don’t know how! Take your mower to a mechanic for help with this task (and other repairs).

Check the Battery Charge

You can check the battery charge by using a voltmeter, battery charger, or battery tester. You can also use a hydrometer.

Voltmeter: A voltmeter measures the difference in potential between two points on an electric circuit. In your lawn mower’s case, it measures the difference in potential between one point at which you touch one of its terminals and another point at which you touch its other terminal. To do this correctly, first disconnect the spark plug wire from your lawnmower engine’s spark plug and then connect it to ground (to avoid accidentally jump-starting your lawn mower). Then touch one probe of your voltmeter to each terminal on your lawnmower engine; if they are equal (within 0.10 V), then your battery is fully charged; if not (more than 0.10 V), then either charge it further or replace it with another one that is fully charged before proceeding with any further testing.

Check the Spark Plug

  • Check the Spark Plug Gap

A properly gapped spark plug will produce a blue spark across its gap when fired. A spark plug with an improper gap may not produce a strong enough ignition to start your lawn mower. To check the gaps, remove the cap and measure what looks like two metal plates inside (the electrodes). If you see 0.035-0.040 inches between these, then this is an optimal setting and you should be good to go.

  • Check For Fouled Spark Plug

You might have a fouled spark plug if your lawnmower won’t start or runs poorly or if it has power loss during operation or if it knocks or pings when starting up at high rpms (in other words: bad noises). A fouled spark plug can also cause misfiring, which is another symptom that indicates something isn’t right with your engine. The first step in cleaning out this problem is to replace the old one with a new one of course – after all; it’s probably been there for years now so maybe time for some change?

Inspect the Mower Blade

Inspect the Mower Blade

The first thing you should do when troubleshooting a mower problem is to check the mower blade. Look at it to see if it’s sharp, not bent, cracked or loose. If any of these are true, replace the blade immediately! Also make sure that a missing or damaged blade isn’t causing an imbalance in your mower deck and causing vibration.

Keeping your lawn mower in good shape by performing simple maintenance will help keep it running smoothly during the mowing season.

Keeping your lawn mower in good shape by performing simple maintenance will help keep it running smoothly during the mowing season. The following are some tips for maintaining your lawnmower:

  • Check the air filter at least once a month. If it’s dirty, replace it with a new one and make sure that the oil and fuel levels are correct.
  • If you have an electric or battery-powered lawnmower, make sure that the battery is charged before you start cutting grass. Also, check to see if any cords need to be repaired or replaced because frayed cables could cause sparks or shock when used on wet grasses like those found from heavy rains during spring/summer months or snowfall during winter months (depending on where you live).
  • Change spark plugs about every 100 hours of operation time depending on how much you use your mower each week so make sure you know these things before starting your next project.


Now that you know how to keep your lawn mower running smoothly, you can focus your attention on other things in the yard. Try these tips for keeping your lawn looking great all summer long.

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