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Gas hedgetrimmer blade allignment. Need to align the blades correctly so they will cut I need instructions for blade realignment and assembly

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SOURCE: craftsman 42" riding lawn mower blade free spinning but wont cut

It sounds to me that you need a new mower deck drive belt, or your blades need sharpening. If the blade edges are rounded, they won't cut butter... Also, when mower is off, check mower deck drive pulleys to make sure you don't have any that are locked up or are dragging. You can check this by pulling the belt away from pulley and spinning the pulley by hand. MOWER MUST BE OFF before attempting any of these checks. You would be surprised how many people would try this with the mower running.
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Either the deck is uneven or one of the blades are upside down

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SOURCE: What is the difference in a regular blade and a mulching blade?

A regular blade has a straight cutting edge, a mulching blade is bent to have a high and low cutting edge. Even if you have a mulching blade on, if the grass is too high or wet or you're cutting too low, it won't do a good job and may require a second pass.Raising your cutting height can help. Hope this helps. Dwain

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If you wnt to level the deck you will need a tape measure and a 9/16 wrench and a LEVEL surface. Under the mower on the two lift arms/bars there is a nut on each side. you need to adjust these nuts up or down to raise or lower that particular side. When you make an adjustment to one side though keep in mind it will have the opposite effect on the other side. Hope this helps.

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SOURCE: Craftsman 18.5 riding mower when I engage the

craftsman decks have a positive stop adjustment for the decks. A spring atached to the blade ingadgement arm pulls the tension pully into position if the cable is rusted inside the sleeve it wont put enough pull on the ingadgment pully and thus the blades dont spin full force the belts on the mowers have no adjustments only the pully . second thing is you may want to drop the deck and clean around that pully by scraping any rust off the surface under the pullys slide good luck

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