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A friend of mine uses Downy dryer sheets. Apparently, the mice avoid them like the plague. I use them in my fifth wheel trailer over the winter. Let me know if this helps!!

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Look inside the cowl on the same plane as the clutch / brake pedals. There should be a rectangular fuse recepticle with a 20 Amp plug in fuse. Just look up and down inside the cowling using the clutch / brake pedal as a reference point to start searching, You will find it. If the fuse keeps failing you will have to start chasing clutch / brake switch wires, PTO clutch wires, and Seat switch wires. Most of the time the failures are at or near the switches. As for the PTO clutch... belts over time slap the wires of the PTO clutch and either chafe the wires or break them at the PTO clutch.
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