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I have a 6200 and the Pto stopped working and the warning lights on the dash are constant.i have found that the fuse keeps blowing it's a 30 amp fuse which is a main one I think. Any ideas

Electric PTO. The motor is probably shorted. Easiest way to see is unplug it, put the fuse back in. If the fuse doesn't blow, replace the motor. If it does blow, trace the wires to the short in them.

Jul 04, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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On 16.5 Yard Man when blades engage the fuse blows

do you have an electric PTO if you do ,it sounds like it's shorted out causing the fuse to blow. disconnect the plug in at the pto try engaging pto switch .Does fuse still blow? if not Its the PTO unit mounted on the crank shaft . replace.

Apr 08, 2015 | Yard Man Garden

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The 20 amp fuse blows when i engage the pto. cub cadet 1045 20 hp

Pto cluch is shorted to ground
unplug the pto to isolate the pto from the circut,
Does the fuse still blow ?
use a ohm meter to test the plug at the pto
Test each side of plug to pto body or ground if meter goes to zero the cluch is shorted , and is not fixable (sealed unit)
you will have to by a new one I'll say around 50 to 75 dollars

Aug 24, 2014 | Garden

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When i turn on the pto it blows the 7.5 pto fuse

Sounds like you have either a dead short causing the fuse to blow, or something is binding and causing the fuse to blow. Check the mechanical end first, does everything move freely? Then check for exposed wires or sparks when engaging the PTO.

Jul 13, 2014 | Husqvarna Mower Rz4621 Zero Turn

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Keeps blowing fuse

There are several things that can cause the fuse to blow. PTO stands for Power Take Off and most likely this will not be the problem unless it blows the fuse when it is turned on. What you are saying is the fuse is blowing by just turning on the switch will be a short which can be anything from a pinched wire, shorted diode, short in the stator. bad voltage regulator.etc

Apr 17, 2014 | Cub Cadet Lawn Mower Electric PTO Clutch...

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PTO Issues

replace the pto solenoid as it has an internal short causing the fuses to blow.

Jun 02, 2013 | John Deere Garden

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Blows fuse for blade clutch after 20 to 30 secounds ...

Most likely there is an internal short in the PTO clutch, but it could also be in the wiring, which is way cheaper to fix! So, with the engine off, get down on the ground, find the PTO clutch (it's between the two pulleys under the motor) and trace the wires that go to it. Look for a worn spot in the insulation anywhere, especially likely where the wires pass through the chassis or if they've touched a belt or other moving part. If you find a wiring problem, just splice in a new wire.
Ok, if you found nothing, then unplug the connector that connects the wires from the PTO. Start the engine, drive around, engage the PTO switch (of course, the blades won't spin). If the PTO fuse does not blow, you've proven the problem is in the PTO clutch and you must replace it ($150 or so, sorry!). If the fuse does blow, that's good news, you just have a short in the wiring or in the PTO switch itself. Disconnect the wires from the switch to differentiate those two possibilities. The PTO switch isn't too expensive either. Good luck! Please rate my solution if helpful.

Aug 16, 2010 | Husqvarna Zero Turn Mower Z5426

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Cub Cadet 1861 amp light comes on when the PTO is engaged and after mowing for a short time the PTO disengages and now the 30 amp fuse blows and stops the engine

Sounds like you have a short circuit, either in the PTO clutch, or in the wiring that goes to it. Inspect the wiring for any obvious spots where insulation has rubbed off or burned. Also look at the wiring at the back of the PTO engagement switch for these signs. Before buying an expensive PTO clutch, unplug its connector. Drive around with the PTO switch on (even though the PTO won't activate and the blades won't be engaged). If the fuse doesn't blow, the problem must be within the PTO clutch. If the fuse still blows, it must be in the PTO switch or the wiring from there to the clutch. Use an ohmmeter to trace and find the short. Good luck!

Jul 09, 2010 | Oregon Scientific Electric PTO Clutch for...

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20 amp fuse flows out. I cannot find short

Run a direct 20 amp fused connection wire from battery to the pto with engine off to see if pto operates ok like that. You will see it move and hear a click. If you still blow fuse, pto is drawing more than 20 amps short in pto.

Mar 14, 2010 | Oregon Scientific Electric PTO Clutch for...

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A short in the pto wiring perhaps?

Form what you are desribing you have a direct short, probaly in the wiring going to pto. I t has rubbed somewhere and is causing your short. Unplug the wires at connector close to your pto clutch and try it again and see if fuse stuill blows after you unhook it.

If the fuse still blows it is in the wiring going back up to thje switch. If the fuse does not blow after unhooking wiring connector the problem is in the clutch.

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