one of the points that can collection up that problem is a marginal electrical system. Eliminate the battery post an adverse cable link first, proceed to clean every connection allude in the charging circuit v sandpaper, etc. Come bright metal. Make sure to include those connections to the tractor frame. Take it the battery come a qualified shop because that a charge and also a pack TEST to verify that it is qualified of maintain the 4+ amps required to store the PTO engaged. Lastly, re-connect the cleaned, removed negative post. Over may not fix your problem, but can't hurt and is no an high value repair. An excellent luck - repost if ongoing problems.
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one that the things that can collection up that condition is a marginal electrical system. Remove the battery post an adverse cable connection first, proceed to clean each connection suggest in the charging circuit v sandpaper, etc. Come bright metal. Make sure to include those relations to the tractor frame. Take it the battery to a standard shop for a charge and a load TEST to verify the it is qualified of sustaining the 4+ amps necessary to store the PTO engaged. Lastly, re-connect the cleaned, removed negative post. Over may not deal with your problem, however can't hurt and also is no an expensive repair. Good luck - repost if continued problems.
You have actually a bad ground. Had exact difficulty with a Husky. Had actually a bad crimp on a spade connector. Provide each among them a an excellent tug, and also see if a wire comes loose.
Wow, 4amps?! The battery in the is marginal in ~ best, therefore that's more than likely the problem. I'll try a new one. I'd formerly checked all electrical connections, however some are tough to acquire to. I'll check again.Thanks!- Jay
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The electrical PTO clutch on my LT1050 spontaneously drops the end (de-energizes). It seems to maybe be vibration related. Our ground is rough and also the deck belt is a tiny old and floppy, but neither are really anything extreme. I've confirm all electric connections and they it seems ~ to be clean and tight. It doesn't make any difference if that is in "reverse mow" setting or not. The PTO clutch itself seems to be just fine; works perfectly as soon as engaged, and sometimes it stays involved for a lengthy time, for this reason I hate to begin a deal with by replacing the high-quality PTO clutch. Anyone proficient this, and also what to be the ultimate problem/solution? :confused3:- Jay
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I have actually the same mower together you, and I had actually the specific same problem. I found it to be a rubbed cable on the appropriate side of the transmission, wherein the rod from the forward/ reverse pedal attaches. The move there has to do v kicking the PTO out when reversing...but when the wire is rubbed bare, and also gets grounded, the pto shuts down going any direction. It drove me nuts before I discovered the problem....it would run one hour, then kick out, operation 10 minutes, then kick out...sometimes it would kick out 3 time in 5 minutes, then run fine because that an hour....once found, I removed the wires native the switch, taped them up, left lock unconnected....problem solved. Ns did this probably 5 year ago....mower had actually 905.7 hours on the clock as soon as I obtained it out yesterday to mow for very first time this year. Still has actually the original PTO clutch. Will be easier to gain to this wire connection with ideal rear wheel removed.....good luck..hope this helps....Hill Billy Bob