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As it went for a period of time I suspect that the fuel system has a problem. I take it that it is a diesel being a kubota. When diesel sits unused for a period of time gunk grows in the fuel tank. I suspect that this gunk has now blocked the fuel filter or that there is air in the system that has to be bled out. I would also check that the stop solenoid on the fuel pump is working to allow it to start.
Just unplugging the seat switch will not disable it, it will make it stay open all of the time. You have to un-plug it and make a jumper wire to complete the circuit and make it think the switch is made.