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Lawn Edgers - Operating Tips/Advantages

Bullet Why is the belt fraying?
Bullet To the remove blade, are the threads on shaft right- or left-handed?
Bullet How much oil is needed to fill engine?
Bullet How should the mud flap be positioned?
Bullet How do you change the belt?
Bullet How is the depth controlled and how deep can blade go when beginning to edge?
Bullet Do I need to mix oil into the gas?
Bullet What type of gas should I use?

Why is the belt fraying?

Fraying may be due to burs on the pulley or abuse by dropping the blade more than 2 inches in the ground at one time on the first edging pass. - Updated: July 19, 2000


To the remove blade, are the threads on shaft right- or left-handed?

The threads on the shaft are right-handed. - Updated: July 19, 2000


How much oil is needed to fill engine?

Oil capacity is 16 oz. You cannot overfill because oil will come out of fill hole. - Updated: July 19, 2000


How should the mud flap be positioned?

Mud flap should be positioned at a 45 angle toward the blade. - Updated: July 19, 2000


How do you change the belt?

You will need a 3/8" socket and " wrench. Remove the guard and slide belts off the pulley. Put on the belt closest to the engine first (if your unit has two belts), then add the other belt. Install the guard. - Updated: July 19, 2000


How is the depth controlled and how deep can blade go when beginning to edge?

The blade should not go below 2" into the ground on the first pass when starting a new edge. Little Wonder Edgers have a lever on the handle that controls depth by adjusting the position of the front wheel. This unique feature keeps constant tension on the belt and reduces risk of belt slippage.
- Updated: July 19, 2000


Do I need to mix oil into the gas?

Little Wonder Lawn Edgers are powered by 4-cycle engines. 4-cycle engines do not require that oil be mixed into the gasoline.
- Updated: July 19, 2000


What type of gas should I use?

Use gas that is unleaded 89 octane or higher. - Updated: July 19, 2000


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