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Lawnmower drive (forward or reverse) will not engage

My lawnmower will shift into gear (f & R) but will not move. Transmission problem?

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1) Have you removed the rear tire for flat tire repair recently?
many times the key that couples the rear wheel and axle falls to the ground, and you do not see it missing upon re-assemlby.
2) check transmission drive belt condition
3) idler pulley and tension spring
4) linkages that control the shifter

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HAVE YOU HAD THE WHEELS OFF? MOST COMMON MISTAKE IS TO LEAVE THE KEYSTOCK OUT OF THE WHEEL. MAYBE A BELT OR POSS LOW ON HYRO FLUID IF ITS A HYDRO UNIT. HOPE THIS HELPS

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