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Sears 10inch gas snowblower wont move but runs

I have a sears 10inch snowthrower/blower that has tracks and is self propelled it runs great but wont move.almost like its slipping.

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You may have a bad clutch assembly. Check it and then see if the belt is tight enough.

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