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I have a troy bilt riding mower, 6 years old, 26

I have a troy bilt riding mower, 6 years old, 26 hp, 54'' mowing deck. I have to charge my battery everytime before I mow. I can have a full charge on the battery and by the time I finish mowing my yard, 1.5 hours, the battery is dead and will not start the mower. Sometimes it is so low it will not start the mower blades with the electronic switch. It is not the battery, as it is new

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Many of these units use the starter motor as the generator to re-charge battery. check voltage regulator & wiring.

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