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My rzt 50 series cub cadet zero turn mower slows down with blades engaged?? one of the wires is missing on saftey switch under seat . where does the wires connect to??

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The saftey wires wont cause it to slow down.Thats more of a fuel problem.Check the carb remove and clean the float chamber.Also check advance and ****** springs are still in good working order on carb.

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