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Snow Thrower does not self-propel

I have a Craftsman 3-speed snow thrower (model # 247.88255) that does not self propel. The drive belt is fine but does not engage. Any suggestions on how to fix-it? Thank you.

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    i have a similar problem, only self propels in 3rd speed only, not in 1 or 2?

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Did you check under the handle area, near the blower itself for a transmission lever? This will engage & disengage the transmission.

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