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When I depress the forward drive pedal I move very slowly weather the deck is engaged or not. It is also very slow and sometimes stops in reverse. I usually have to use my foot and pull back on the forward pedal for it to even go slowly in reverse. I need help. I haven't had this mower very long and it has been a disappointment since I have bought it.

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