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Blades will not disengage on my brand new John Deere D110. Just painted deck with Graphite paint.

Checking the deck was reattached correctly.

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  • Eugene Rounds Nov 27, 2014

    Hi Mike Hanstine, I want to help you with your question, but I need more information from you. Can you please add details in the comment box?
    Did you just paint the underside or you did you do the top side too?

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3 things:
1. disengage the blades and allow them to come to a complete stop before reducing the engine RPM
OR
2. adjust the belt tension by loosening the bolt where the cable to engage the blades is attached to the maximum.
OR
3. replace the belt.

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