No stopping and starting, this is from continuous movement. Checked the blades, they seem to be installed according to instructions. They COULD be bent, but hard to tell since they are not straight by design. Mower is 3 weeks old, and wheels adjust all at once from one lever. Lawn IS bumpy, but still......old mower didn't do this.Bent blade or improperly adjusted wheels. To do that though, you'd about have to be doping a lot of starting and stopping where the mower is in one place for a few seconds or more. Have you double checked to make sure the blade isn't on upside down. It happens a lot more often than many realize or want to admit to doing LOL
Yes, the lawn IS bumpy, but previous mower didn't do this, so I'm having a hard time figuring out what's going on. This is continuous movement, no stop-and-start. Changed blades with no real change in the pattern. If it was only from bumps, wouldn't previous mower have done it too?There may be some stopping and starting but it's caused by mowing an uneven surface. The lawn is bumpy, and the wheels are dropping into low spots.
Push down on the handle, taking weight off the front wheels. You will get a more even cut that way.
I don't know why it seems to be an electric mower thing.
Thanks for the quick replies. The only thing I can think of is the mower is actually floating on top of the Bermuda grass because it is so light. I always alternate the mowing direction, and it still does this. I'll try a sandbag on top next time I mow and see if it is better. Thanks again all!