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Most likely the problem is in the carburetor. There should be an adjustment on the carburetor that might fix the problem. Try turning the high speed needle out 1/8 of a turn. Also Clean/replace spark plug and air filter.
Something else to check: Some riding mowers have a sensor switch that will not allow the blades to engage unless the clutch is depressed. The switch may be faulty.
Newer mowers come with a safety interlock system that prevents mower engagement when no operator is on the seat or when the parking brake is engaged. Check your seat switch by jumping across the terminals, if the blades start then the seat switch is bad.
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
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