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John deere lx 279 mower loses power

When i try to engage mower engine slows down

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on the engine there is a shaft with 2 pullys ,drive belt goes to the top closet to the engine lower pully is for the deck
there also is a saftey switch located on the deck which should shut down blade operation when raised. check the mandrels for broken bearings by grabbing the pully and wiggle them back and forth looking for movement could be possible that one madrel is shot giving you that bad sound which is crushed bearings

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

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CK THE SEAT SWICH OR THE BRAKE SWICH ONE OFEM IS BAD

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SOURCE: John Deere L120. Engine dies when PTO switch is pulled.

sounds like the seat switch is bad

Posted on Mar 02, 2010

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One of two possible causes;either the PTO switch is defective or the switch for the reverse peddle is out of adjustment .The only other thing i have seen cause the PTO to shut down is a lack of battery power due to the machine not charging.

Posted on Mar 21, 2010

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SOURCE: John Deere GX85 Riding Mower engine surges

did you drain the gas before putting it away last season? If not, I would drain all of the gas and put in fresh gas, also replace any in line gas filters

Posted on Apr 06, 2010

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