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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You may have a drive belt that is worn or broken. Check the drive belt for slack condition see if it is not slipped off idler pully wheels or the belt tensioner. I had one that was streched out and was very slack on the pully wheels - I had it replaced with new one and was fine to go. There is a device on the back of your tractor to release the transaxle for manual pushing your tractor about with out starting the engine. Make sure the device is positioned correctly for running mode (engine) - There is a symbol on the back to help you know what to do. The tractor manual has good trouble shooting info and if you don't have one, try googling for it with the model number of your tractor - you will be able to download one free to your computer for viewing it.
Posted on Jul 17, 2009
As for whining sound I believe this normal. The purging instruction using the bypass valve ingaged on low engine running. Next with the bypass disengaged followed by the fwd with fast breaking and or rev with fast breaking actions to get the wheels to turning and getting better responce takes time. This does take some time to do - in my case 15 minutes or more. My tractor had 65 hours on it before it showed signs of not pulling a slight hill. I had to remove the transaxle and put in 50 wt. motor oil and with the purging I was able to bring new life back to this tractor. The original 30wt. motor oil is fine for a brake in oil and I did drain it and took the bottom cover pan off and cleaned the metal particals on the magnets and cleaned the filter. These transaxle are sealed but have a vent plug at the top of the case. That little plug is hard to get off with out damaging it. My tractor whins in forward and reverse but has good hydrostatic power now. So I say the whin is good!
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
If it's like mine the transmission is sealed and cannot be serviced. A local repair shop told me most likely the problem isn't with the transmission but rather the engine pulley is worn. He said if sand or debris gets between the belt and the pulley which has a definite "V" shape to it that it will wear down to a "U" shape. Now mine has a foot clutch on the left side so he had me pull back on the pedal which manually tightens the belt. I did this and it works like a champ. This winter I'll change the pulley.
Posted on Sep 16, 2009
There is a brake assy. located on your transaxle right rear side. There is a nut with a cotter pin. First check to make sure there is no debris clogging the assy. Clean it first. you can use a garden hose. If that does not work remove cotter pin and turn nut clockwise until slotted nut lines up with hole. replace cotter pin. Start mower and see if it will engage. these transaxles are notorious for not having the pads snug enough to catch. Good luck. Hope you don't need a new transaxle.
Posted on May 02, 2012
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