Exmark, located in Beatrice, Neb., has recalled 750 Pioneer S-Series lawn mowers due to welds on motion-control linkage that can fail, federal regulators said. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said the failed welding can cause loss of control of the mowers, raising the risk of a crash. No incidents or injuries have been reported, the agency said. The recall involves 2011 zero-radius-turn riding mowers with red, welded tubular steel frames. They were sold with three deck sizes: 44, 48 and 52 inches. The recalled mowers are steered with two hand-held levers, rather than steering wheels.
The recall involves mowers with model number PNS20KA443 and serial numbers 928367 through 947833; model number PNS22KA483 with serial numbers 928417 through 949985; and model number PNS24KA523 with serial numbers 928492 through 950315. They were sold nationwide by Exmark dealers last month and in March for between $6,881 and $7,658. Consumers were advised to contact an Exmark dealer to have welded parts replaced. Consumers can call 800-667-5296 for information.
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