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Lt 2000 model 247.288853 21.0 hp 48", and i was mowing and the blades stopped cutting, i have the lever on right side of seat to engage and disengage, moved lever back and forth no change, battery ?

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Switch that activates blades went bad or a wire came off.

Posted on Apr 20, 2017

  • Gary wisema
    Gary wisema Apr 20, 2017

    So there is a switch also ?i have a long lever on side of seat that if you move forward it engages the blade, i dont have the push button pto knob to engage blades, and what kind of wire came off ? I was thinking it was a cable that led down to mower deck with possibly a spring attach? to a pulley that might tighten belts but like i said i have no clue, thanks for any imput

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