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  1. I can not find a close-up pic of the cord holder, so I can not tell how to install it. I ordered from Amazon. The part I have does not look like the one pictured on the instructions. I looked at Home Depot, but they did not have a display model in stock. Can you help? Thanks, Robbie

  2. I just purchased a Mow JOe and it arrives on Tuesday. I did the dumb thing purchasing the cord that they show with it and have now read with you that I would need a stronger cord. I plan on returning the cord through Amazon.

    I have the 50 cord from my old Black and Decker. IT is marked GE 15A-125V. I think this will be strong enough. IT looks like that translates over to a 14/3 power cord? Am I right about this? It has been working well with the old Black and Decker that I inherited when I bought the house last year. Thanks for your help on this and for your great website. Someone should warn Amazon to stop pairing the lawnmower with the wrong cord. Kristin

  3. Hi,

    Just curious if you know what is the lightest lawn mower made. I thought it was the 14″ Sun Joe, but I saw a video of one even lighter and the brand was not given. http://vimeo.com/66492045
    I want to break this record on the video and any information you could give me would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

  4. I’ve read a number of your articles and am still struggling with what electric mower would be best for me. I am a woman living alone with the nearest neighbor about 5 miles away. My yard is quite large, almost an acre but it is mostly flat. I probably have 30 trees on the property. I live on a very limited budget and can’t find anyone affordable to cut my grass. I want an electric mower because I have never had the strength to pull the cord hard enough to start a gas mower. I’ve used a corded mower before but it was in a small yard with no trees.
    So my questions are these:
    With all things considered, which would be best for me, a corded or cordless mower?
    If you say cordless, how long would it take to cut the entire yard with the average cordless mower?
    In a cordless mower, do I have to remove the battery to charge it and how much to they weigh?
    And if you say corded, the cord would have to be at least 250 feet long to reach the entire yard, so what gauge extension cord would I need to use? I would buy the wire and add the plugs to the ends myself.
    I believe I would need a self-propelled mower due to the size of the yard and my age. I’m not the spring chicken I once was. 🙂
    Do you know of a mower that you think would work for me?
    Thanks for all your help. Carole

  5. Hi I like you web page. I am an entertainer and as strange as it sounds I am interested in the lightest corded electric lawn mower. I’m thinking about the Sun Joe MJ401E, but am also considering minimower. I didn’t see a review on the Minimower. Just curious what you thoughts are on this.
    Any information you could give me would be greatly appreciated!
    Thanks,
    Brad

    • The minimower is not as durable as the SunJoe. Both are on the low end of the scale but I think if its a direct choice between the 2 I would go with the SunJoe

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