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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
what is happening tom is the blades are cutting more than the deck can discharge (spit out) try changing the mowing deck to a higher setting & try that if that works then that is the problem also try cleaning out the top & botton of deck there could be alot of old grass caught under there causing some of it aslo if i can further help e-mail me wade at firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
SOURCE: mower stopped moving
If this is a manual transmission, check the drive belt from the engine back to the transmission. With the clutch pedal up (engaged) there should be no slack in the belt.
If it is a hydrostatic drive, check the drive belt and make sure it is tight. Check the transmission fluid level and make sure it is full. Refer to your owners manual as it will describe the fluid check proceedure.
Good luck, let me know.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
The ignition circuit starts and ends with the battery. When the engine is running the battery is continuously being recharged by an alternator or, on older systems, a generator. Current flows from the positive terminal of the battery to the ignition switch and an ignition coil. The ignition coil is really a transformer that steps up the 12-volt current of the battery to somewhere in the neighborhood of 25,000 volts. In engines of medium to high compression this kind of voltage is necessary to reliably arc across the gap on a spark plug and make enough fire to ignite the fuel/air mixture in a cylinder.
Posted on Jul 19, 2009
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A couple things, is it full of grass and hay up top that would cause it to overheat? Or the fuel filter got clogged up from debris in the tank. Or the governor spring came off, loose, make sure it moves freely, and then check the air filter. Then before filling the tank up, peek in there with a flash lite and see if there is any water floating in the bottom. Then check the spark plug. Hope one of these helps.
Posted on Jun 22, 2010
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