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Have you checked the output of the alternator.
got a ohm/volt meter? or a battery tester?
should be putting out 14 volts. may be the voltage regulator.
start there esp if you charge the battery and it runs for a hour.... hour and 1/2 then quits.
Fuel pump could be getting weak, however I recommend to check the vent on the fuel cap. I have seen this many times with the JD machines. The tiny hole in the middle of the fuel cap gets clogged with debris and won't vent, causing the engine to vapor lock. Next time you have this condition, with the engine off, remove the cap for a few seconds and try to restart.