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Brand new D105 less than 1 hour on unit. Blows 20 amp fuse every time I go to restart after short break from mowing.every time I start I need a new fuse.

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The Blade could be out of alignment the resulting binding the shaft causing massive resistance and stalling. You could be over loading with your method of mowing, Or there could be a dead short. In what gear are you in? do you ever clean out the blade area? it could be so full...
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Testimonial: "It is an automatic trans. Checked under the deck and it is clear. Think it is overheating, or a short like you mention. Will have the dealer come look at it seeing it is only 3 days old. Thanks for your helps"


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