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The blade will not engage when lowering and raising the drive bar

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Posted on Aug 08, 2009

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if your unit desengages have the clutch gap checked. also you should check for shorts in your safty wiring. the other would be a bad switch. finely your under warranty this my be warranted.take it to a toro dealer or call one to make sure

Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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It sounds like the cable still needs more adjustment. The cable needs to be tighter. This is going to be hard to explain by typing. But I will give it a try. When you pull the handle in about 1/2 way mark the place where the lever on the drive motor is at. And take the cable loose and reattach the cable back to the mark that you made previously. So when the bar is released, it is like it is pulled in half way now. I hope that this makes sense. Let me know if I need to try to explain more.

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SOURCE: toro 52 inch walk behind blades won't engage

if it has a electric clutch check for power to the clutch if no check the safety switches

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SOURCE: toro walk behind runs but dies when you engaged blades model# 30112-90901 kawaski fb460v motor

check the safety switches

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