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My Weedeater riding lawn mower will not move in forward or reverse after it has started

While cutting my grass the mower stopped and when I restarted it, it would not move forward or in reverse.

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Check your drive belt that it has not slipped off.. also check your drive lever on the right side (speeds, neutral, and reverse). The mower uses this lever to angle the motor against the belt to move it..

It is most likely the belt or the angle misaligned if the engine is turning...

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