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I have mowed for two hours and now it quit cutting. The belt is not off.

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Does it have an electric PTO? do you manually engage the blades or flip a switch?

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What's the hurry


What's this marketing ploy now days about cutting your lawn mowing time in half. I can understand that if u have a bunch of lawns to mow. Beings i only have one, I'm really not a big hurry. Take a look at your yard, do some thinking, and don't over spend. I only want to have to sharpen 2 blades not 3 or 4, and the less drive belts the better. U get your exercise with a walk behind, and get the grass cut too. Last time I was mower shopping, one salesman tried to sell me a 6,900.00 lawn mower. He said it would cut my mowing time in half. I said I'm not buying a mowing that's worth more than my pickup, and for 6,900.00 I could pay someone to mow my yard, and cut my mowing time down to zero.

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