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PTO WIRE GOT PULLED APART BECAUSE THE U SHAPED GUARD WAS NOT ON PROPERLY WHICH ALLOWD THE WIRE TO RUB ON THE PULLEY AND THEN GET CAUGHT IN IT. I PLUGGED THE CORD BACK TOGETHER AND THEN CUT GRASS FOR ABOUT 3 MINUTES AND THEN THE 20 AMP FUSE BLEW. REPLACED THE 20 AMP FUSE AND CAN ONLY MOW FOR ABOUT 2-3 MINUTES BEFORE IT BLOWS AGAIN. WITHOUT MOWING I DON'T THINK THE FUSE WILL BLOW. THE INSULATION ON THE PTO WIRE IS WORN FROM RUBBING. ANY SUGGESTIONS??

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Hello,

The problem seems to be clear, it is like there are shorted wires that keeps blowing the fuse, when wires are shorted, it results to fuse to be blowing, you will need to take a proper look at all the wires on the unit to see the wires that are shorted and defective, replace any one that you notice that is defective, with this, the problem should be solve.

Take care.

Posted on Jul 15, 2010

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  • wkarastury Jul 15, 2010

    do you have a layout or print of the wiring to show the harness and part numbers or what exactly I should be looking for?

  • Sulaimon Jimoh Olayemi Jul 15, 2010

    Hello,

    No, i don't have the manual as regards this, but will suggest you check the link below to search for the manual.

    manualsonline.com

    Type the above link on your web browser to search for the manual.

    Take care.


  • wkarastury Jul 15, 2010

    didn't find any drawings on the manualsonline.com just the manual that came with the tractor.

    any more suggestions?

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