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Our troy built mower stopped moving the other day while mowing. The mower was still running and the blads were still turning and cutting but it would not move forward or reverse. I've checked the drive belts and they all seam to be fine.

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Sounds as if you have broke something in the transmission if all your belts are in good shape.

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