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Looling for a starter mower.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
not 100% but i have a JD 345 that i just went through the same scenario with, turns out the pto cluch was froze up, take the clutch off (can be a pain, medium size gear puller a plus) and see if it turns over. new clutches are a lot less expensive than a new mower!
Posted on May 06, 2009
SOURCE: mower won't start
im sure the switch is bad, trying to jump is a good way to find out if the starter is bad but of course wont start cause of no spark, alot of these have electronic magnetos
Posted on May 28, 2009
I dont know the belt size but if you go to mtd belts in Jackssmallengines.com you should find it. Stephen.
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
There is rarely any adjustment to tighten the belts on a riding mower. The belts are tensioned by an idler pulley which is controlled by a idler pulley spring. Almost all riding mower belts must be accurate to the hundredth of an inch or no less than accurate to 1/8th inch. It is very rare for a belt to be in full inch increments. This is why automotive or general purpose belts will not work on a riding mower. I know it is tempting to try to get by with a $10 belt rather than spending $35 or more for the correct belt. Trust me, you will only waste your money trying to get by with the inferior belts. Riding mower belts and extra heavy duty and generally will not stretch at all. Generally they will have 5 or more strands of a Kevlar type material so that stretching is virtually non existent. If the belt will not tighten then it is most likely not the correct belt. If the belt is in fact the proper belt and still is too loose, then you should look for pulley wear or weak tension springs. Metal pulleys do wear and tension spring do loose tension.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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