lawn mowers


Question by  Pete (25)

What happens if my lawn mower battery melts?


Answer by  carryvan (148)

Disconnect the battery cable and remove the melted battery. Inspect all of the cables for abnormalities in the wires; these may include rips, tears, splits, or burns. Rewire the electrical system if you notice any of these symptoms. Replace the battery with a new one, preferably one with an extended warranty, and you are good to go.


Answer by  B28 (46)

If your lawn mower battery melts it depends on how severe it turns out to be. If it is minor you can remove it but watch out for the battery acid.


Answer by  shar0503 (5)

When a lawn mower battery melts, it will disrupt the flow and the steady push of the mower. The lawn mower will not start and you will need to replace it with another battery or you can always get another lawn mower.


Answer by  yodawg (86)

If your lawn mower battery melts, you could be dealing with catastrophic circumstances. Ventilate the are and run if you have to. Contact the battery manufacturer and discuss warranty information. If you were over using the battery it might be your own fault, but it's always worth it to check.


Answer by  japratt (1687)

If your lawn mower battery seems to start melting all off the time then you have a loose wires that is causing it.

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