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My DW735 runs but the blades don't turn, I there a belt some where I need to replace?

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SOURCE: I started the mower but the blades will not turn.

Most all riders have a safety seat switch now and they do malfuction alot. They are under the seat and are ez to replace most of the time. First look for a wire that is grounding due to rubbing a sharp object. That can be fixed with black tape

Good luck!!!

Posted on Jul 10, 2011

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SOURCE: The mower blades don't properly

This can happen when the engaging mechanism on the mower deck can not move properly. This could be because there is debris on the deck that is causing interference. It can also happen if you have some corrosion on the deck that is resisting proper operation. So, clean the deck, this is best done by removing the deck. It usually is not very hard to remove, just remember what you pulled off and how it goes to put it back together. There may be half a dozen pins to pull and then move the cable or linkage, raise the mechanism and the deck should slide out pretty easy. Inspect and clean the deck. Then manually manipulate the tensioning pulley, this may take some force to do, depends on the one you have but you should be able to do it by hand. Lubricate if necessary. While the deck is out inspect the belt for wear and replace if necessary. Reassemble and test.

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Posted on Jul 11, 2011

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SOURCE: ariens ezr 1742 blades stopped while mowing, belts is good, blades turn freely, motor runs and machine moves

are you getting power to the electric clutch?

Posted on May 21, 2012

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SOURCE: blades don't engage on model LT170 tractor

either your belt/s need to be replaced, or one of the tension pulleys either under your tractor, or on your deck is bad

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SOURCE: I have a Wheel Horse garden tractor Model 417A. Engine runs, but blades (and belts) don't turn.

check for power going to the electric clutch if so look at the wires near the clutch thet break off there as well

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