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How do I lower landscape rake and keep mower up?

When I lower the lift the deck and the rear implement goes down also. I thought there was a lockout or something that allows one to lower a select implement while keeping the other in place.

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if not timmed be sure blades are sharp and balanced , make sure the wing turn up is ok ( blade speed and turn up creates air velocity)

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