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Without looking in the manual, I would suggest removing one of the blade housings. First, jack up the tractor from the middle of the rear axle. Use some jackstands as a safety net to keep the tractor from falling, I usually use two jack stands for total support and be sure to scotch the front wheels so that the tractor is sturdy, unable to move and safe. Next, note the routing position of the belt. I have replaced 2 of these blade housings already from shearing them while mowing. There should be 4 bolts running from the top of the deck thru the blade housing. When this housing is removed take the old belt off and reinstall new belt. Reinstall the blade housing and you should be set.
if it is belt driven yes it sounds like its slipping may be worn or some idler pullys are adjustable via a slot in bracket where bolt goes through pully if it is disc driven the rubber disc is probably worn. if mower is a rear engine rider close vent on gas cap,set brake then lift mower from front and stand up on rear bars at bottom by floor you will see a rubber disc which is held on by 4 nuts. if has electric start try not to leave up for too long,should only take 15 min to replace hope this helps
If its like my ol snapper it has a disc drive. The drive disc sets vertical to the horizoltal axel disc or at a right angle. First gear starts out near the center, and as u shift the drive disc moves out creating the higher speeds. The drive disc has a hard rubber rim on the outside edge that runs against the axel disc. When this gets worn down, u don't go.
U need a new drive disc.
Sit on mower find the right rear wheel,put your mowers deck in the lowest position.
look under the mower between the rear of the deck and right rear wheel you will see the transmission and a small disc (looks like a small brake rotor) there is a nut on the outside of that disc and or close to that disc 9/16 or 1/2 inch standard wrench size,turning that nut clockwise tightens the brakes ccw loosens.
hard to answer without more info ? what type of mower etc, if its the one i think your asking about a snapper rear engine rider it can eat up a disc because of engine mounting or mis ajustment ? take it to a snapper dealer for this well worth it