Hi all. I have a 2009 Super Z (31 HP Kaw and 72" xr7 deck) with ~ 300 hrs on it. It has been cutting great all summer with no problems. After sitting for 2 or 3 weeks, I go out to crank it, and the battery is dead. So I jump it off, cut for a few hours, and park it. It won't crank back. So, naturally, I suspect the battery or the charging system. So, I put a relatively new Interstate battery in it, crank it, and cut for a few hours. It will not turn over when I shut it off. I jump it off and get out the multimeter. At full throttle, the voltage on the battery post climbs to well over 14 V (~14.3 V). Skip forward to today: I crank the mower and engage the blades, and they will not disengage. So I kill the mower. I crank it back, and the blades are still engaged. They will not disengage. Also, when the mower is off and the key is even off, if I pull out the PTO knob, the engine light comes on and the hydro fan starts turning. Has my my clutch simply gone bad causing the observed battery drain and the inability to disengage the blades? Please help. Thanks in advance.