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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First. My disclaimer. I do not have first hand experience with your model mower.
Well, it sounds like when you engage the PTO the power to the PTO shorts to ground causing a) your charge light to come on as the voltage drops substantially and b) your mower to stall as the minimum voltage of the ingnition system is reached (or some other effect is at work). The clutch is might be internally shorted, or you may have a frayed wire in the PTO circuit. You may or may not have a PTO relay. If you do, it is sure to burn up if you continue using your mower. If you do not have a relay, you will definitely burn out the PTO switch. It is odd you are not blowing an inline fuse if this is the correct answer. Check your PTO circuit with a continuity tester to tell you if there is a short (or measure resistance directly with a voltmeter on ohms).
Posted on Aug 09, 2011
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