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Lawn-Boy Has Recalled Walk-Behind Mowers

Sep 4, 2002 | Safetyalerts.com

Lawn-Boy Inc. has recalled about 36,000 Lawn-Boy walk-behind mowers. The vendor who manufactured the mulch plates for Lawn-Boy used the wrong material, making the plates brittle and easy to crack or break if struck by a stone or stick while mowing. Objects coming through a broken plate or pieces of the plate could possibly injure the operator or bystanders.

Lawn-Boy has received five reports of broken mulch plates. No injuries or property damage have been reported.

The recall includes 21-inch Lawn Boy Easy Mulch Silver, Silver Pro and GoldPro Series walk-behind lawn mowers. The mowers have the words "EASY MULCH" printed on the top of the mulch cover plate in bold black letters. A model and serial plate is located on the right rear of the mower housing.

Model Numbers Serial Numbers
10247
10247C (Int'l)
10323
10324
10324C (Int'l)
10360
10360C (Int'l)
10361
10424
10550
10552 220004832-220009307
220000001-220000899
220012370-220022449
220004926-220015029
220000001-220000300
220002506-220004005
220000001-220000300
220003798-220005795
220001738-220003521
220001896-220005900
220001572-220002569

Lawn-Boy dealers, department and home center stores sold the mowers nationwide from February 2002 to August 2002 for between $250 and $580.


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