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The new cylinder started leaking so replaced and checked cylinder behind clutch pedal
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The PTO usually has a clutch that has to be engaged so that you can select the PTO rotation setting. I had a problem like that on my tractor and all it needed was a little adjustment on the PTO clutch lever, so it could disengage the PTO gearbox properly.
Posted on Mar 11, 2009
If you changed the belt make sure it did not interfere with the wire that runs from the pto clutch, sometimes that belt can rub on the wire and wear through it,also if you had the clutch off make sure you aligned the steel retainer bolt that sets in the alignment hole on the pto clutch,this keeps the clutch from spring when disengaged if you don't get that pin through the hole in clutch it can push on the clutch and bind it.Also it may be possible to plug that pto switch in backwards.Also if you jumped the fuse out it may now have burnt the switch or wiring somewhere.
Posted on Jul 30, 2009
SOURCE: Clutch adjustment
I had the exact same problem on my Husq 2148 which arose just after a new drive belt was put on. There is a cage around the front, engine, pulley which keeps the belt from flying off I guess. After staring at the belt for a long, 2 beers, time I discovered the repair guy had put the belt inside the cage on one side, where it is supposed to be, but outside the cage on the other side. This caused the problem you described and it ran much better in reverse than forward. If your problem arose after a belt change, I would start looking there, if not then I would check the 2 springs which keep back tension on the pedal. It took me 3 more beers to get the thing put on right.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
That is certainly a possibility I guess. The clutch goes straight to the floor, did this happen over time or all of a sudden? I would check the linkages looking for anything that might have come apart, broken bolts, nuts coming off, etc. While inspecting the linkages you will find a section or sections where adjustments can be made. The problem could be there, where something loosened up or that the only thing needed is just to be adjusted. Have you removed the inspection plate under the clutch assembly to check things out in there. If things are not right in there I think it will be obvious what is wrong. From your question, this is a full size tractor you are talking about. That is about all I can think of for you to do without more info. I hope this helps you out even a bit. Best regards and good luck.
Posted on Jan 27, 2011
SOURCE: 22hp 50" cut craftsman garden
You may have to replace the operator presence switch or the seat switch. That is the problem, the seat switch is not making contact. So the controls do not know you are there. Thats why it is shutting off when you try to move or engage the blades, no one is on it so it shuts off, safety first. Hope this fixya up.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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