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I have a husqvarna ez4824 zero turn lawn mower. When cutting grass it keeps disengaging. Any idea why?

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Either a weak seat switch or your electric clutch is going bad!

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It start when put in gear it cut off


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When do you know when the clutch is shot? My problem is it doesn't want to mow thick grass and seems like maybe the belt is stretched.


It does sound like a belt problem, if possible replace it with a kevlar belt, they last way longer and will survive more abuse.

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Leaves uneven grass behind mower


Do you mean it is cutting the grass lower on one side. If that is what its doing there is several things that will need to be checked starting with the blades first. Remove the blades and inspect, making sure you have not maybe bent one. If blades are OK, Next I would check and make sure the blades are installed or seated properly. Some have a spacer, if yours have spacers make sure they are on both sides While doing this you can also check the spindles for play in the bearings. They should turn freely with no up/down play. If this doesn't help there are other things it could be however this is my best guess. 30+yrs working on mowers.

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When I engage the blades on my ez4824 the blades intermittently stop cutting particularly in higher grass. Do you think this is a loose belt problem? Thanks.


That is the most likely cause of the problem - taller and thicker grass the blades encounter more resitance and the drive belt slips and it doesn't cut. This would likely cause a juddering of the machine when it occurs.

Hope this helps.

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