Riding Mower Stalls When Blades Engaged

My z255 John Deere zero turn lawn mower loses power when I engage the blades and or go up hill. I have replaced two carburetors already and it is still doing the same thing. Can someone please help me?
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May 25, 20190 found this helpful

This can be caused by a bad safety switch, which is located under the seat.

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May 25, 20190 found this helpful

Double check that you don't have remnants of a mouse or other critter nest in the under pinnings or fuel lines. These things wreck havoc with riding mowers and cause intermittent issues like you describe. Just a word of caution...if you think it is a hornet nest, do this check at dusk and be well covered, especially your face. Hornets are mean.

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