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When you engage the hand controls it dies, the brakes are locked
Are the brakes locked or is the safety switch on the brake lever faulty? the model of the machine would also help.
Posted on Jan 27, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have a cub cadet zero turn 50' mower, i start mowing and after about 10 minutes it starts running out of gas, i pull out the choke to keep it going but it just keeps getting worse to the point of quitting. If i slow it down to a idle or just a little more it will stay running but that is not fast enough to cut the grass. does anybody out there know why i am runnung out of gas. I put a new filter on it, It did not help.
Posted on Jun 20, 2009
no,,just turn the key to start her up!,,,if the engine is free to turn i gess it has a stuck starter relay or a jamed starter, or a dirty power/earth lead or joint some were
but check that this battery you charged up is any good first if the battery has been left standing in a discharged state it wont be any good any more,,try a set of "jump leads" from a good car battery!
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
This sounds like the carb is plugged. Sometimes fuel thickens and makes globs...
If you verified the fuel flow to the inlet of the carb, then you need to take the carb off and open it up....
So, what needs to happen is you blow out all of the passageways with carb cleaner.
Any adjustable jets: make note of the position it is in, and FINGER TIGHT turn it clockwise until it closes (typically 1 to 1 1/2 turns) SOOOOO, you can set this jet back to the same positon....when finished blowing everything out, bottom the jet and back out the number of turns out, noted for that jet.
Open the float chamber, and clean as necessary, Inspect the float adjustment: invert the carb, and observe the angle of the float, relative to the carb body.... Usually almost parallel, but not necessarily.
Inspect the inlet valve, and clean those areas...
I usually use all new gaskets and valves, but if you are not a carb person, cleaning is effective and I think old gaskets may be okay, if not torn or damaged.
Posted on Mar 11, 2011
SOURCE: I have a 60" Lesco
If it were me I would check the PTO switch with it running and use a dvm or test light to see if switch is working or defective , you could just have a bad wire connector at the switch or at PTO clutch ....look for discoloration or spread terminals, good luck
Posted on Aug 01, 2011
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