2830075001 Electric Assembly

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Brad Garcia
Fixed LM2102SP that was always mowing at high power

Normally, the mower will mow at a normal power level, but speed up the blade when the grass got too thick and too high. Mine was running constantly in high-power mode. Replacing this module solved the issue for me.

Thank you Leo for the wonderful instructions for taking the mower apart to perform this replacement. I'll summarize those steps here, along with a couple of small corrections. See Leo's review for more detailed instructions.

1. Remove the blade
2. Remove rear black shroud. This is easier if you fold the handle forward into the storage position beforehand. Disconnect wires coming from the motor/battery area, and cut the one red wire that doesn't have a connector. You'll either solder it back later, or add a connector like I did.
3. Remove 4 bolts & lift motor/controller/battery from deck.
4. I skipped removing the button panel and the battery cover. I couldn't see an E-clip, and decided to not mess with it.
5. Remove 5 screws for top cover. THIS is when you unplug the yellow connector and remove the silver tape and thermocouple, not step 4.
6. Remove 5 screws on bottom to separate motor from top. Cut zip tie holding resistor. Cut zip tie holding wires going out the back.
7. Remove screw w. washer holding the power module in place.
8. Remove 4 screws holding battery connector & remove connector.

I found it difficult to get the new module back into place. Look from both above and below to see the standoffs that hold it in place.

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Leo G
Made my LM2100SP work properly again.

Replacing the power module is quite the chore, there aren't any videos that show the whole procedure. I'll highlight the steps so it won't be a frustrating experience

Tip the mower up, remove the blade

Put the mower back down to remove the rear black shroud, it has 6 screws.
I believe there are 4 connectors and you need to cut the red wire 1 1/2" away from the safety relay. This wire will need to be soldered back on. I covered the connection with heat shrink tubing

Remove 4 silver bolts from the bottom of the mower deck and lift the whole shroud unit off the mower, it's heavy

Remove a single screw from the light button panel and lift it off. Remove a small E clip on the metal shaft and use a punch to push out the shaft towards the end that had the E clip. Lift off the clear battery cover. Unplug the yellow connector and cut the silver tape to remove the thermocouple

Remove 5 screws in the top cover, remove the cover.

Remove the 5 screws on the bottom of the shroud and then separate the shroud from the motor. You'll have to cut a zip tie that holds the white resistor to the motor before the shroud comes off

Clip the zip tie that holds the wires

Remove the screw and washer that holds the power module on and lift the board out

Remove 4 screws that hold the battery connection and green button. Remove the green button and lift and twist the battery connector out

Reverse to assemble

I'm sure this isn't 100% but it should help out quite a bit.

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