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Riding lawn mow

My riding lawn mow just stop pulling. If I rock it back and forth a little bit it picks up speed. Whenever I try to go up a small hill it keeps running but dont have enough torque to pull the hill. Whats my problem

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Give as the model so we can help.

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A worn drive belt, or lack if a tuneup

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