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You need to check the charging system. Read the battery voltage with the engine running, should be up around 13.5 + or - .5 Then check the voltage as you turn on the blades. If the voltage drops below 10.Volts you could have a clutch going bad or the charging / battery is getting weak. the clutch is under the mower mounted to the engine shaft- it is an electro-magnet type of clutch. The system will not let it stay engaged if the voltage drops to low. Next but not last is a seat switch. if the seat switch is out of adjustment or one wire is loose the engine will not run it will shut off it is a safety thing. Check these things then repost if you need more info.
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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