The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) recalled Bobcat-branded and Kubota-branded stand-on zero-turn lawnmowers due to risks of crashing and injuries to users. The recall was posted on Oct. 26, 2023.
According to the CPSC, the dampers installed on the mower’s steering system can prevent the control levers from returning to neutral; the Operator Presence switch may not activate and stop the engine, posing a risk of crashing and injuries to consumers.
Approximately 830 units were recalled, with an additional 30 in Canada.
What lawnmower models are included in the recall?
The lawnmowers included in the recall are Bobcat-branded and Kubota-branded stand-on zero-turn lawnmowers. Bobcat-branded lawnmowers are black and white with orange wheel wells, and Kubota-branded lawnmowers are orange and black with orange wheel wells.
The recall includes the following model numbers. For more information on the serial numbers, consult the CPSC website.
- ZS4036 SJAU
- ZS4048 SFAU
- ZS4052 SKAU
- ZS4061 SKAU
The CPSC advises consumers to stop using the recalled lawnmowers immediately.
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