We've had a Husqvarna PZ34 witha 72 inch cutting deck for 12 months and clocked up 285 hours. No issues whatsoever with the machine (haven't even changed a cutter belt). The compactness of the machine means we can access tight areas and the speed improves our productivity. 5-years commercial warranty is a big plus.
Compact, well built, Kawasaki engine
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There is no temperature gauge on the PZ32 so I'm not sure if I am having over heating problems. After 2 or more hours of constant use the motor will not restart if I manually switch it off. I am left with no choice but to leave the machine for a coupe of hours to completely cool down before attempting re-start. The mower centre where I purchased it have not much idea on servicing and repairing this level of machine, does anyone else have similar trouble?
If it is the Kawasaki v-twin air cooled engine then very unlikely to be overheating unless completely clogged with grass or wrong oil in the engine (should be 10w30). More likely a fuel system issue.
Mine mz61 would not start after mowing for awhile turned out it was a bad ignition switch it got worse over time
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|Category||Ride-On Mowers||Ride-On Mowers||Ride-On Mowers||Ride-On Mowers|
|Manufacturer Warranty||5 year(s)||5 year(s)||5 year(s)||5 year(s)|
|Release date||Mar 2011||Mar 2011|
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