Question about Husqvarna Lawn Tractor 48" Deck, 23 Hp, Model# Yth2348
All all spindles well greased?
Posted on Jun 19, 2019
Problem can be caused by dirty fuel (jets in carby blocked) need to clean carby or even put a kit through it.
Posted on Nov 30, 2013
So now, without the blades engaged, it smokes and then dies?
In your first description it sounded like the engine was under a strain. Overfilling with oil could produce a strain, but since it ran ok until you said you engaged the blades, I would have to ask if the blades themselves, were causing the strain. Sometimes if you cut wet grass, the clippings stick to your underside of the deck and can really build up. Also some rope, wire or twine would around the spindles could creat one. Check this out...
Now, with the "smoke" issue (I'm assuming a blue smoke from burning oil) I'm inclined to think your rings aren't compressing any longer and you're burning oil. You might be in for a rebuild... I hope not.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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Hi, it sounds like the something is wrong with the electric clutch. It has a brake built into it that is supposed to stop the blades when the clutch is disengaged.
The clutch has a rotor attached to the engine shaft. The coil is inside the rotor toward the engine. There's a clutch disc attached by leaf springs to the pulley for the belt that drives the blades. There's a brake ring around the disc. When the clutch is engaged, the disc moves away from the brake ring and is held tight to the rotor.
Posted on Apr 11, 2011
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