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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
First thing I would check is to make sure the traction drive belt didn't fall off or break. To do this remove the plastic shroud between the engine and the snow chute. The traction belt is the one closest to the engine.If it isn't broke Make sure it is on the upper and lower pulleys.
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
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Check to make sure the belt that runs from the engine pulley back to the transaxle is on all the pulleys.If it is a hydrostatic transaxle make sure the free wheel control lever at the back of the tractor is in correct position, or the brake plate may be stuck on but that would make a loud grinding sound.If it is a gear drive make sure the transaxle pulley is turning and make sure you didn't lose a rear wheel key from the axle,(if you had the tire off for a repair it is easy to lose the key when you go to put the tire back on.
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
Under the mower below the seat of the rider, at the rear of the tractor, look up and you will find the transmission there. There is a belt that runs on the pulley under there, and this belt can slip off when it gets worn or stretched. Sort of a tough spot to get to but, that is most probably cause.
Let me know,
Posted on Apr 11, 2010
Make sure the stitch selector is not set on buttonhole. If the machine has set up for a long time not being used it may be that the stitch length is stuck in reverse.
Posted on May 07, 2010
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Hi, hope I can help. This sounds like the friction drive disk might be at fault. To check this out you have to stand your blower up on the auger housing. You will see a removable plate at the bottom of the motor housing with 4 bolts on it. Remove the plate and all will be revealed to you. I think you will see a disk that has rubber around it that it worn out. It is at 90 degrees to the drive disk that turns by the drive pulley. If I am right, you probably have to replace this disk. Hope that is the problem. All the best and good luck. I will happily answer any other questions.
Posted on Feb 03, 2011
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