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|Mark||I have a john deere 111 that won't charge. If I don't run the electric clutch (blades) will start right up time after time, but as soon as I hit the switch, you can guarantee it's going to take a battery charger to get it fired up the next time. Engine is not original, been replaced with a 12.5 HP I/C Brigg's. Put a new alternator on the brigg's, but no luck. Could it be my electric clutch?
|Jason Tate||My 111 is doing the exact same thing! Did you ever find a resolution?
|Mark||Nope, never did figure it out. Ended up selling it and getting a newer Deere.