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42" mtd yardmachine belt keeps coming off

EVERYTIME I START TO CUT GRASS THE BELT COMES OFF.

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  • River bottom May 11, 2010

    are you talking about the belt from the motor to the deck .

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Twords the rear of the deck there are two bars with pins that hold the deck.they should have 3 or 4 holes where you can adjust the rear of the deck.check to see if there set to the middle somewhere,if so you can disconnect the 2 pins and try going up 1 hole iif that didn't work try down 1 from original point.

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