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...Bolens ridding lawn mower 2005 model 13am762f765
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you need to replace or repair wiper arms as a unit Because one was jamming up it caused the other to stop as they are joined to work in sync with each other.its now a simple case of remove and replace.Is the one that doesnt work stiff or hard to move in any way?Whatever is binding on that arm is the ultimate cause of your problem.
Posted on Nov 02, 2008
SOURCE: shuts down in reverse
I'm not familiar with that particular mower but I'd bet it is a direct switch. Follow the shifter arm down and you should see a arm or button that arm contacts a switch when you put it in reverse. pull the two wires off that switch, put a wire in between to connect them and it is by-passed.
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Posted on Mar 23, 2009
Sounds like the skirt is too long for the cutting height you are using, either raise the cutting height or shorten the skirt. Remember it's a safety guard for trash kicked up when mowing!
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
SOURCE: Craftsman lawn tractor mower,
The belt is probably slipping because it is not tight enough. look by the belt, inside there is a little spring, you may half to tighten it.
Posted on Jun 13, 2009
I have the same issue on my neighbors lawnmower.
Good thing is though, the manuals are available online.
Bad thing is the actual service manual, you can buy from their 800 number.
What I did, was merely copied pages from the parts manual, as well as the owners manual. Looks like my Craftsman, whereas you need to take the top off ( seat and back cover ) to get to the two drive belts.
It is not as bad as it looks, especially with the photos helping.
Word of advice, any pulley pley, replace all parts relevant, especially attaching nuts. If not, utilize a threadloocker. Ensure to torque to spec as well with torque wrench, the blades when doing those. Typically, people need to change these at the same time, as maintaining is usually not handled partially, it is usually not at all.
Posted on May 12, 2010
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