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Reply: 24 Volt Battery
If you mean 1.8 amp hours and 2.4 amp hours.No,this is just the capacity of the battery.Like a fuel tank on a car one would be 18 gal and the other 24 gal.If you have a choice get the 1.8 amp hour battery.It is an all around better battery.Hope that helps.Good luck.
the charger showing here dose not look like the one I am looking for at the part that goes into the mower has 3 little plug ins this one has like one big one do you know where to look to find replacement for mine its a Black & Decker cordless lawn mower cmm1200
I checked all four types of the CMM1200 mower and the charger part number 90556983 is the part number the manufacture has listed for all of them. You may want to contact a Black and Decker Factory Service Center near you and see if they have an answer for you.
Question: Battery Pack For Cmm1200
is it hard to replace the battery pack for the cmm1200? I am not very handy.
Reply: Battery Pack For Cmm1200
It may be a little involved to replace the 90508011 battery pack. I have never done it myself. It looks like you have to remove the 90512673 upper shroud. Then you should be able to see the battery. It will have the 242881-00 battery strap that you have to remove. It looks like it has some foam blocks that will just come out with no problem. Then make a wiring diagram if you feel that you need to when you install the new battery. I would think you will be able to do this with no problems.
Question: Circuit Breaker
If I order this part, does it come with clear directions on where and how to install it?
Reply: Circuit Breaker
I am not sure that it comes with instructions on how to install it. What you could do is to make your own wiring diagram before taking the old one off. Then you'll know exactly how to install the new one.
Reply: Circuit Breaker
My lawn mower will have a full charge but after about 10ft of cutting it will power off. It will start again if I remove the key and wait a minute but repeat the process again. The grass is not thick so I don't think it is being overloaded. Could this be a faulty circuit breaker? I also noticed that one of the shunted brushes is worn very low and you can see white sparks coming from it while it is running with the cover off. Would like to repair this mower but I'm not sure exactly which part is faulty.
Reply: Circuit Breaker
You may have a worn 90541220 Breaker. First you may want to inspect the armature. You will want to look at the commentator (Where the brush makes contact), look for darkened bars or bars that are not in line with the others. If your armature is shorted this could cause the breaker to open the circuit. If the 241648-01 Brush is too short, the arcing may be causing this problem also.
Question: B&D CMM1200 Cordless Mower S...
I have the Black & Decker CMM1200 24VDC cordless mower. This unit employs a keyed start switch... which I believe makes this unit a Type I, if I'm am not mistaken.
Do I understand correctly that the [I]Type II[/I] has done away with this keyed method?
If so, is there a way to retrofit this unit to be [U]key-less[/U]?
The problem I am having is that the key/switch does not always work. Sometimes it will if jiggled or fiddled with... but does not remain on while in use.
As you can imagine, this is EXTREMELY frustrating, not to mention inconvenient.
I have tried new keys, but this does not seem to be the issue, and seems to be the switch itself (not the switch actuated by the lever, but the one actuated by the turned key right at the recharge receptacle)... which does not [U]appear [/U]to be a replaceable part!! ...of course.
If there is no retrofit, does anyone have any recommendations on how to bypass this ridiculous key/switch? My main concern is that there may be a recharge mode that is switched when the key is in the off position (DPDT switch). Does anyone know if this is the case?
If anyone has ANY information as to this circuitry or retrofit, or any other suggestions, I would appreciate it.