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Mowing I accidently it teh concrete on teh side walk, which bent my blades. I bought new ones and replaced them. But when i mow, it seems like only one blade is cutting. I am afraid i did damage to something else. What could it be?

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I did the same thing. I replace the belt that turns the blades. The pressure of the impact had stretched the belt and was slipping on the pully that engages the blades. Try that first and check the other belts for tension, wear and condition....Also make sure all springs are attached, not stretched, and in good shape...Hope this is helpful....Joe

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