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My encore pro48 belt drive walk behind will not pull to the right

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SOURCE: I have a walk behind mower. The drive belt broke

you must have a belt tensioner somewhere. Have a look near your belt pully or a idler pully that has an adjustment screw where you can tighten your belt to give grip. It appears the weight of the mower is causing the belt to slip hence it no moving because your belt /belts are slipping

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

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SOURCE: Craftsman Walk behind lawnmower

usually theres just a few bolts to take off on the top, and the whole rip cord assembly will pull right out, allowing you to install the new one.

Posted on Jul 09, 2009

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SOURCE: gaining access to change a drive belt on mower

the belt cover should have screws with the heads on top of the deck, then there is a guide which keeps the belt in the engine pulley with 2 or 3 bolts you might be able ot get it on the gearbox with just those off and a bit of prying etc.

Posted on Oct 03, 2009

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SOURCE: I have an old Toro proline 52 inch commercial walk

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Posted on Jul 02, 2010

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SOURCE: Yardman self propelled walk behind Right wheel

there's a shaft going from one wheel to the other a gear on the end of the shaft heald from turning with a key ( can be broken) then the gear is running on a gear made on the inside of the wheel, ( gear can be striped or wheel can be striped or the wheel can be coming off and the gear does'nt tou=ch the wheel. remove the wheel that doesn't pull and you can see the problem. Go on the internet to MTD and with your model number and serial number you can see the parts diagram for your mower and pick out the parts that you need.

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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