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B7800 engine kill problems

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magicheater
Join Date: Apr 2009
Posts: 29 Wisconsin
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2010-03-22          169444


I have had my B7800 for about 9 months now. Probably only 20 hrs. more than when I got it. Was using it today in the garden and it would just kill. Sometimes just a little and sometimes to a stop. It would start right up. Before I get all the manuals out and start the painstaking process of checking all the circuitry I was wondering if this had happened to anyone else. I am thinking it is a safety switch somewhere that is failing intermittently. Not using the power take off, just doing some loader work. Any ideas?

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earthwrks
Join Date: Dec 2003
Posts: 3853 Home Office in Flat Rock, Michigan
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2010-03-22          169445


Are you moving around in the seat when this happens, or leaning to one side? Could be a seat switch going bad, the wiring ready to break at the switch or just plain too much movin' 'round in the seat. ....

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Art White
Join Date: Jan 2000
Posts: 6898 Waterville New York
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2010-03-23          169453



An electrical switch is not normally a sometime or almost thing. They normally work or they don't. Have the fuel filters been checked lately? ....

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magicheater
Join Date: Apr 2009
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2010-03-23          169463


supposedly all filters were changed prior to delivery. If it continues to happen I'll start digging, otherwise I will do my normal maintenance with special attention to inspection of all components. Thank you for your responses. ....

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kthompson
Join Date: Oct 2005
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2010-03-23          169467


I would follow Art's suggestion and check the fuel filter(s). All it takes is a little trash or water. Have had same results you describe due to water in the fuel and also a wasp in the fuel tank. If your fuel filter is clear look carefully for water. Why not just take it off and drain to see if any water in it or trash for that mater. ....

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