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The switch located under the seat is NORMALLY the cause of this problem. Disconnect it, trip it out with a jumper wire and then with the clutch lock in, try and start it. If it starts the switch is bad. If it doesn't, Plug it back in and then go to the clutch switch and do the same. Being it shuts off when you pull the blade engagement switch I think its your seat switch, but don't hold me to that. Thanks. George
Posted on Oct 21, 2013
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