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Lawn mower blade may not disengage as expected 19/11/2019 Photo source: CPSC Briggs & Stratton of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin, is recalling approximately 1,160 Snapper rear engine 33-inch riding mowers. A faulty blade engagement lever can keep the lawn mower blade engaged after releasing the foot activated disengagement pedal, posing a risk of injury. No incidents or …

Briggs & Stratton is recalling approximately 1,160 33 ”Snapper rear engine ride-on mowers due to the potential for injury from these lawn mowers. In a press release sent by the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission on Thursday, a potentially faulty blade engagement lever was credited for the nationwide recall. FORD RECALL F-150S; A LOCKED …