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Brakes quit working when you push pedal down on simplicity riding mower

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I know for a fact that you can download owner's manuals and illustrated parts lists at the simplicity website as i downloaded them for mine. they are quite detailed and show "how to" for adjustments, etc. go over there, and download the manual and follow the instructions. Google "simplicity mower".

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