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Hi, I have just bought the Ryobi RLM4619SME today and I cannot find anywhere an explanation as to why the four cutting blades are loose, and also I cannot tighten. Only thing I can think of is they are meant to be that way. Can anyone confirm this is the way they are meant to be?

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They are meant to be this way thats why they are called swing back blades its the centrifugal force that keeps them out and it saves the crankshaft from being bent if you mow over anything solid like sticks stones or worse 1" pipes


I agree. The blades are meant to be this way for the very reason stated in the previous answer.

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