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Troy Bilt 33'' Replaced the self propel v belt and now the mower will not disengage from drive mode, also very hard to shift gears

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If you didn't by the Troybilt belt, try that. I had the same problem with a Napa belt. Going into drive as soon as I grabbed the operator presence button, not coming out of gear etc. When I switched the the Troybilt belt, the problem went away.

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