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Mower Medic

Mower MedicMower Medic

If it has a small engine, we can fix it!

Lawn mowers, weed eaters, chainsaws - when you need them, they’d better be ready.

Let us help you get your tools in tip-top shape so they are ready to go when you need them. Our free pick-up and delivery services make it convenient for you, and we work fast, so you can too.

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Our services include:

  • Repair & maintenance for mowers, weed eaters, chainsaws and small engines of all types
  • Oil changes
  • Blade sharpening
  • Carburetor cleaning
  • Fuel filter replacement
  • Washing

We work on all brands & ages of lawn care equipment.


Things to try before you call:

Problem: My riding mower won’t even turn over to try to start

Things to try:

  1. Check your battery. Make sure it has a full charge and the contacts are solid.
  2. Check your fuses. There are usually two or more under the hood. Make sure they aren’t blown.
  3. If your mower still doesn’t want to turn over, there is probably another electrical issue dealing with the starter solenoid, ignition switch, or a ground issue. Give us a call and we’ll check it out.

Problem: My push mower self-propel won’t engage

Things to try:

  1. Most self propel systems are run by a small belt. Sometimes this belt falls off the pulleys or breaks. Make sure it’s on correctly and not stretched out.
  2. If this doesn’t work, give us a call or sign up for a tune-up here.

Problem: My push mower starts but dies after a couple seconds.

Things to try:

  1. Usually this is related to the carburetor not getting gas correctly. Swing by any major parts store (Tractor Supply, O’reilly, Advanced Auto, Lowes, Home Depot, Menards) and pick up some “carb cleaner”. Remove the air filter and spray this into the carburetor. Let it sit a few minutes and spray again. Start the mower and spray a third time into the carb. You may try this several times.
  2. The carb jets will most likely need to be cleaned. You can try this your self though it’s a very tedious and sometimes frustrating process. Give us a call.

Problem: My trimmer won’t start.

Things to try:

  1. Dump out all your gas and replace with new gas. Often, gas separates over the winter months and makes the trimmer lose the right gas-to-oil ratio. This will cause your trimmer to not start or run properly.
  2. If this doesn’t work, give us a call or sign up for a tune-up here.

Problem: My riding mower won’t move though the engine is running correctly.

Things to try:

  1. Most often the drive train is powered by a belt off the engine. Check to make sure this belt is properly in place and not broken.
  2. If this doesn’t work, give us a call or sign up for a tune-up here.