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Service & Maintenance Question

    Ryan Valentine
    I have a Husqvarna RZ4623 zero turn mower. Yesterday while...escalated
    Service & Maintenance Question posted May 15, 2012 by Ryan Valentine, last edited May 15, 2012 
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    I have a Husqvarna RZ4623 zero turn mower. Yesterday while mowing grass the blades acted like i had disengaged them but i hadn't. The mower runs great and drives great. Sometimes now when you engage the blades they will turn for a second then start stalling out and finally quit.. Any suggestions on what my problem is? Any help would be greatly appreciated...Thanks



    • David Brown

      electromagnetic coupling is bad but first chect the 7.5 fuse under the seat and the PTO switch if those are good then it has to be the

      electromagnetic coupling which underneth the mower where the shaft goes into a housing then to the drive belt for the blades. I hope this helps cause it took me 3 hours to trouble shoot it.