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By "lost power" do you mean slower travel speed? Assuming your mower doesn't have an adjustment pulley, meaning a pulley with a bolt through it you loosen and move to replace the belt and put back in place and tighten the bolt once the belts replaced. Some do and this is where you adjust the drive belt's tension. Otherwise, when you depress the clutch pedal, underneath is a pulley or pulleys mounted on moveable plate. The plate pivots one way to put slack in the belt to disengage and the other way to tighten/engage the belt. I've seen them not fully pivot which doesn't completely tighten the belt allowing belt slippage and slower speeds. Use a spray lube on the pivot point (avoid getting it on the belt) and on spots where the plate looks to have rubbed against. This should let the plate to fully pivot again which will allow the belt to completely tighten, eliminating slippage, thus producing faster travel speed.
Posted on Dec 07, 2009
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