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My john deere riding mover the clutch will not disengage it still keep going.any solutions

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With the engine OFF, reach underneath and locate the plug for the blade clutch and unplug it. Start up the mower and see if the blades are turning. If they are still turning with the clutch unplugged, REPLACE THE CLUTCH

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