I have an Echo CLM-58v cordless electric push lawnmower. It's worked fine for ~1.5 years, however when I took it out of storage this spring it stopped working. When I start it, it gets a brief burst of power, less than a second, then cuts out completely. The burst of power is enough to get the blade spinning, but it slows to a stop shortly after the power cuts out.
I've checked the wiring harness, everything seems intact. I've checked the circuitboard that handles voltage regulation and the switches and it looks intact as best I can tell (the housing doesn't come off so it's hard to see). I checked the battery and it reports as fully charged and the multimeter says it is at 57.1 volts out of the supposed 58 volts, which seems fine to me. I also checked both the power switches and they have continuity when pressed, so I don't think it is them cutting out. There is a third safety switch I haven't tested for continuity, but when it isn't pressed and I try to start nothing happens.
Has anyone else experienced this issue or have any idea what might be up with it?