No grass in bag

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I used my LM2100 for the first time today, 5/13/2018, and none of the grass clippings ended up in the grass bag.  Is this common or is there a setting I need to adjust?
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Ryan

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Posted 2 months ago

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Woody Crandall

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Did you remove the mulch adapter that is inside the exhaust chute where the bag attaches?
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Agree with this. Most likely you forgot to remove the mulching plug.
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That's the answer.  I knew I did something dumb.  Thanks guys!
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It's just different Ryan. Not a dumb move. A dumb move would have been throwing it in the street in front of a moving bus.
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Don't feel bad, I've done this as well, but after owning the mower for several months and having swapped in/out the muching plug & bag a few times before....
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It's an easy mistake to make
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No sweat!  Not the first person to do it! :)
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Fortunately I somehow figured out that issue of removing the mulching attachment while following the steps although they did not make it clear at all that the mulch attachment was installed by default. My big problem was failing to understand from the directions that they intended me to hold down the safety button until I pressed the bailer, not just press it and let go before pressing the bailer. Thankful there was a simple answer to the problem. The mower did exactly what I needed. Hope it lasts a long time.
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