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If its losing engine power, then I'd say you have water in your carburettor. Drain the tank, if it's a carburettor with a primer then drain the tank and prime it and drain again.
If the engine is running fine but it's losing power to the blades or wheels then it's a belt tension problem. Try tensioning the belts or replacing bushings or pulleys, or even the belts themselves as they can have a tendency to wear on the sides and don't grip properly so they slip. Hope this helps
Posted on May 02, 2015
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