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Simplicity mower stalls when brake released

Simplicity coronet mower stalls when brake released. Starts great and engine runs fine until I release the brake and then it dies immediately. I have checked that the blade switch is in the off position and I even tried bypassing the seat switch but that didn't fix it either.

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There is another safety switch connected to the parking/service brake. Check that one too. Sounds like its the one.

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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