Cub Cadet RZT-S Zero 42" Electric Riding Mower

gmarcucio

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Hi,
I'm new to this forum. I just purchased a Cub Cadet RZT-S Zero 42" Electric Riding Mower. Does anyone else on this forum have one? How do they like it? Any problems with it? How long have you had it?
 

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It has separate motors for each drive wheel and a motor for each cutting blade
 

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Tell us more about it for example:
How long to charge the battery when it is almost drained?
High high of grass have you cut and how long did he battery last?
What is the longest time you have cut with it on a single charge?
How much do you mow?
What are the deck height adjustments?
 

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Well here is what it is supposed to do according to Cub Cadet website. Cub Cadet RZT™S Zero unfortunately mine has been at the dealer for more than a month now with degraded battery range, battery indicator not working and the last issue was mower in shut down mode because of low battery although the batteries have been on charge for 10 days. The mower worked fine for about the first 5 hours of mowing, then downhill from there. I purchased this mower on 04/05/14. I have only used this mower approximately 10 hours in which 5 of those hours it wasn't working properly but managed to get the lawn mowed with it. I am more disappointed with Cub Cadet and my dealer than I am with the faulty mower. I wrote a letter to Cub Cadet about the issues and they never even acknowledged my letter. I had to send the letter US mail because they do not provide an email address. The mower battery range decreased severely and now the mower reads battery needs charging although the battery should be fully charged after 10 days of charging. The mower will not operate. My dealer has had it over a month now and I have been borrowing a mower to do my lawn. I understand machines break even when brand new but now I'm losing my patience with Cub Cadet and their "don't care" attitude. From this experience with Cub Cadet I would be very careful purchasing from this company as they are not standing behind their product in this situation.
 

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Go on Facebook and like the cub cadet page.

Then leave a comment about this.
It works for me every time.

I had a mower at the dealer for 5 weeks for a spindle. Left a comment on the page got a email that day.
Got my mower back in two days with two spare spindles for the wait.
 

gmarcucio

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Go on Facebook and like the cub cadet page.

Then leave a comment about this.
It works for me every time.

I had a mower at the dealer for 5 weeks for a spindle. Left a comment on the page got a email that day.
Got my mower back in two days with two spare spindles for the wait.
Do I need to Like the Cub Cadet page first? What will that do? Allow me to write the review?
 

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Do I need to Like the Cub Cadet page first? What will that do? Allow me to write the review?
Yes like the page. Then when a post comes up on your timeline comment on it.
They read every comment.
 

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Yes like the page. Then when a post comes up on your timeline comment on it.
They read every comment.
I am new to Facebook and still kind of learning how it works. I am a teacher and I prefer to stay off of Facebook at least during my teaching career. However this mower situation has me so fired up I want to tell the world about the way Cub Cadet does business!!! When I get on Facebook and go to the Cub Cadet site it seems like all of the posts are from Cub Cadet??? Do they delete outside posts and comments ? I was going to "Like" and then post my comment under a post they had about the Zero Electric but will they delete it?
 
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