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Chain drive sprocket is not moving. Motor still drives axle so may be a clutch problem

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If the shaft is turning, then you have likely hit the nail on the head. But, make sure that the safety brake isn't on. If you are able to open the throttle, and engine doesn't sound like it is bogging down, then your clutch is likely at issue. But, if it does sound like it is bogging down (heavily), then the brake may still be on as well (perhaps bent / broken shaft from grip guard on top).

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Check your clutch for heat damage, as well as signs of contamination. The heat damage will show up as extreme bluing of the drum assembly, and perhaps the springs. There may be a glaze on the pads. If contaminated, there will likely be a black glazing on the drum and pads.

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