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I have an 89 snapper riding mower . all of a

I have an 89 snapper riding mower . all of a sudden the blade stays engaged even when lever is not? It was doing fine the last time I used it and this time it was hard to engage but I got it engaged and mowed a few rounds and it choked down and now I can't get the blade to not turn when I turn the engine over.

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Check the springs, and nuts, and see if the pulley moves and doesn't stick when engaging/disengaging

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