Using an undamaged extension cord in a GFI protected outlet will remove the electrical danger...I don't think it's a good idea to mow the grass when it's raining. But when the grass is simply wet (after a rain or due to morning dew), then perhaps you can mow safely still using your electric mower.
Exactly right! I have a Dixon 5425 ztr that I tried to mow wet grass with...that was a mistake:thumbdown:; It simply does'nt work! I prefer to mow my grass when it's as dry as possible; even the slightest moisture in the grass makes a noticable difference in how easily it clogs!I just did this and what everyone says about the grass clumping is absolutely on the button! I gave up halfway through because the grass wasn't even getting to the box, it just clogged the input hole and the engine was labouring. Definitely not worth the effort.