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Snowblower drive will stop unexpectly when snowblowing

Have a 2006 Cub Cadet Model WE 26 two stage snowblower. When I'm snowblowing just about 3 minutes or a little more the thing will stop dead in it's tracks. I lift up the rear of it and the wheels turn just fine. But let it down and nothing. Usually this will happen in 2nd Gear. When I put it into another higher gear it will shudder a little and barely move. But when I put it in 1st gear it will work just fine for most of the rest of the time until I'm done. But it will stop too.

I replaced the drive belt (original looked pretty good. Might have been streatched very little) and have had the linkage adjusted by 2 service centers and it still does it. Now my brother in law is having the same thing happen to his 1 year old craftsman machine and my son the same on his brand new craftsman snowblower. What is the problem?

Someone please help me on this because every time I bring it to a service center they tell me nothing is wrong with it.

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Have someone to rock you while you attempt to move gear shift. Hopefully it is only stuck between gears and will disengage. Your grease in gearbox may have become hard causing problems. If you wash the gearbox with water when hot (after mowing) You may have created moisture in gearbox causing major damage to transmission.

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Go to Cub Cadet. com and click parts. Type your model number 1610. You will see parts diagram. Click that. It will show a long list of parts to click on. Choose drive and it will show you a diagram of all the pulleys and how the belt looks. Hope this helps. I had the same problem.

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Hello bigdave1138:

From your Description it Sounds like the Stator/Charging Coils are Bad or the Voltage Regulator (if Applicable) is Bad.
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I hope this will help you...under the side panels on each side of the mower, there are "reverse lockout safety switches", they are supposed to stop the blades when both handles are pulled back. If one or both of the switches are out, the deck will not engage. Also, under the right side panel (when sitting on seat) there should be 3 relay switches, the one closest to the motor controls the PTO., if this is out, the PTO will not engage.

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