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Simplicity zero turn ZT27460 deck not raising. It did this before but I do not remember what caused it. It did lower by the switch but now will not raise?

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Did you check the wires goin to the motor under the frame to see if one of them came disconnected? Or...you might need a new switch.

Posted on Aug 22, 2009

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There is a pin that has come out of it's holf from the right side of the deck. Have someone raise the deck up and down and you should see a bracket or rod moving up and down. This attaches to the deck with a clevis pin to hold it in place.
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SOURCE: How do I raise and adjust my mower deck

A lot of mowers require adjusting the wheels to a desired level.
There should be on every wheel that lets you adjust it up or down.

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Did you check the wires goin to the motor under the frame to see if one of them came disconnected? Or...you might need a new switch.

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