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|Wayne||When I start the engine and flip on the pto switch the pto doesn't engage. If I keep playing with the gas and pto switch it will finally work. Anyone have a way to fix this?
|Jerry||I don't know about your 111, but I have had the same problem on my 420, after about 12 years of use. The 'gap' between the clutch plates and the electromagnet had worn too far apart. After I adjusted this gap back to what the factory manual said, it started working like new. It could be an electrical problem too, but I'd check the gap first. It's always a good investment to get a parts and repair manual for every tractor you own, and plan to keep awhile. It will save you lots of money in the long run.