What To Do!

Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by luv2mow, Jun 20, 2007.

  1. luv2mow

    luv2mow LawnSite Member
    Posts: 41

    I brought a new Dixie Chopper LT2400D end of last summer. I realize that time is not money for me but after mowing three acres with a push mower for four years anything is better than that. My mower now has a whopping 39.6 hours and has broke four belt idler springs, blown sending unit, bad carburetor ground wire, blown spindle and now has broken rear drive belt and assembly.
    So. I have more hours push mowing than I do on my new mower since I got it.
    I have only once been able to mow twice without being down. Dealer still tries to charge me pickup and delivery which i think is absurb! At what point do you give up and what would you guys do if you where me. Besides look at another brand! Thanks!
     
  2. C&K

    C&K LawnSite Senior Member
    from East TN
    Posts: 295

    Contact Dixie Chopper immediately. If no satisfactory results; have your attorney contact Dixie Chopper. Sorry to hear of your troubles. That's a real bummer.
     

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