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    Problem setting lawn mower height

    May 23rd planned on mowing my lawn, but couldn't figure out how to set the lawn mower to keep at least 2 inches of lawn height. Woke up to this
    Jiggs Elphison
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    What no snow man? Hold tight the weather will change in an hr or so. Isn't global warming great?
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    how quick will the snow melt ?

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    Yikes! Here I was complaining about it being a little cold and getting a flurry or two while I mowed my yard yesterday, but look at that accumulation you've got!
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    hey jiggs things are lookun up, i have heard many things are gonna happen when a place gets cold enough and your showun us its gettun close to the right temp
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    That will teach ye to mess with the mower.
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    Jiggs,
    There must be grass under there somewhere... just run it over the lawn and let it act like a snow blower.... that will either solve your problem or get you locked up in the local loony bin... which ever you prefer...
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    why not fire your grill up AND MELT THAT SNOW unless you live in a valley and are afraid of the standing water

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    Hey Jiggs,
    It's easy to set the height with the right mower!

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