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Craftsman rear tine tiller will only go forward. The shift lever will not move to either the ''Till'' position or the ''Reverse'' position

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Pretty common failure for all brands unfortunately. The transmission will have to opened up to determine the cause and it is not cheap to have done. Sorry

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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