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Tires are ok but to move front with the machine we have to push on it it does not go by itself the v belt seam to slip on the pully

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The drive belt must be slipping on the pulley from the engine, looking underneath you should see the drive belt above the belt to the mowing deck, it probably needs replacing. At least look to see if it is slack and loose. You will just make things worse by pushing it etc, unlaess it is the clutch, which I doubt as it it is normally a worn belt. I would replace the blade deck drive belkt too at the same time .

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If the belt is getting older,, like a few years or so - the belt can get stretched.. If this is the case - you might consider replacing the belt..

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You may have a bearing that is locked up, check to see if you can turn all the pulleys freely. If you cannot you may have to replace the one you can't.

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