I really miss my 2 cycle Duraforce Lawnboys.....power and light weight in the same package.
One of my mowers is a curbside pickup. I got it revived by cleaning the carb and sharpening the blades. I guess, when someone sees an electric mower by the curbside it is no longer repairable but if it is, it will cost a lot of $$$ to get it running again.I wonder how many electric lawnmowers will be in the landfill in 10 years due to planned obsolescence, because I am sure there all proprietary electronics.
Keep using it like that and the battery and the mower will have a life expectancy measured in months not years. Non repairable. It's like they replaced the typical tenant model $200 Walmart mower that lasts 10 years with an electric one that lasts one year for the same price. The guy who came up with that idea probably has a really nice house and doesn't use a lawnmower...A buddy was given a Green Works electric push mower. We were both making fun of it and said we should see how long it takes to kill it mowing knee high grass. Well it took 20 min and we weren't giving it any breaks! The battery and electric motor were HOT! But I have to admit I was impressed. And he had a second battery that we could have swapped in.