Sounds like a blown fuse or the electric clutch for the blades may be fried from cutting tall grass....too much resistance on the friction disc of the clutch which might explain the squeaking noise....check for a blown fuse for the blade/clutch circuit....test to see if you get power to the clutch or not. If you get power but clutch does not engage, then it's shot.If you get no power, then the PTO switch may be bad....or a bad safety switch/blown fuse. Adjust belt tension if needed.
Mower deck not engaging
• Drive belt for the mower deck has come loose
• Contact for the electromagnetic coupling has loosened
• Blade switch is faulty or has come loose from cable
• Blown fuse
Can someone help me fix a husqavarna zeroturn? The blades stopped engaging mid-cut and I can’t get them to engage now. Belt looks loose? Idk?
So I was cutting grass for my dad and yesterday it started to squeak a bit. I have a husqvarna zero turn. It squeaked when the blades were engaged and when they weren’t. It was struggling through some moderataely tall grass about 4-5 inches and then the blades just disengaged and I can’t get them to engage again. I guess the grass was a little bit wet but anyways the belt might be loose?
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