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    1025r mower deck dropping.

    I just purchased a 1025r with the 54" deck. Just wondering if it is normal when I have the deck in the raised position for it to slowly lower it self to the ground? It doesn't lower if it is in the locked position. My previous x595 would remain in the raised position.

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    Completely normal. The lift cylinder is just used to raise the deck while you select the mowing height or lock position on the knob.
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    Thanks, kind of thought that what it does.

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