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Please. Break pedal are stuck Dow and can be moved. Husqvana 2000. M-2000 YTH21K46

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As you are pushing down the pedal use your hand to release the pedal lock lever. Or a belt popped off the drive pulleys and is binding the idler pulleys. Or so much grass has accumulated on transaxle its binding brake/Clutch pedal.

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