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Re: (ET) Energy usage
I would check the batteries and connections first. Be sure the batteries
are all watered correctly, check each battery (preferably with a load
tester), and see if any battery connections are warm after mowing.
If that's all good, I'd be sure there's no mechanical impediment: Does
it roll down a small hill easily in neutral? Can you turn the motor
easily ( again in neutral).
I would think these few simple tests stand a good chance of narrowing
the problem down.
- may also be a disconnect going bad.
- if it's an E20 and has the small sheet metal shunt: check that for
poor connections - that will dump a lot of energy.
Banks, Michael J. wrote:
The past couple of times I have mowed the lawn, the 'track seems to be
using more energy than usual...