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SOURCE: john deere mower deck belt

try this. unhook the tensioning spring so you can get the belt on and the get some vise-grips on the spring and re-connect it. hope this helps

Posted on Oct 08, 2009

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SOURCE: john deer 310 g wont start after it sitts a day

if its turning over check your spark. if you have spark remove the air cleaner and spray some carburetor cleaner to see if it start than stops- let me know

Posted on Oct 14, 2009

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Park brake switch is the most likely culprit,any other would cause the tractor to not turn over in the crank position.

Posted on Jul 29, 2010

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SOURCE: I have a John Deere

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Unhook the fuel pump feed to carb line and place it over a gas can with ignition disabled to see if it is pumping any fuel at all. If you are getting fuel past the filter and pump (should be low pressure) your next bet would be to check the carb itself. Many smaller motors that aren't run often can develop deposits or contaminants that clog small ports or jets in the carb and prevent fuel from making its way into the motor. If you have any available you may want to try spraying a little starting fluid into the carbs while cranking to see if it will help it turn over.

However if you are getting gas out of the bowl, then it can't be a plugged fuel filter. It could be bad needle-valve or blocked passage. Take the carb apart and soak it overnight in Lacquer thinner then blow it out with an air compressor. The float should be set slightly higher than level with the carburetor upside down.


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Posted on Jul 19, 2011

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SOURCE: have a john deere sabre

Some mowers have a mowing reverse safety switch. That safety will kill the mower if you try to reverse with the deck engaged. Some mowers even have an override button that has to be held while backing up. As for the battery thing, no matter how much you charge a bad battery you will not get it to start a mower if it has a bad cell or two. I would use a multimeter to check battery voltage, but the end result would still be the same, replace the battery.

I hope this gets you going again.

Posted on Aug 07, 2011

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