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I have a john deere x300, brand new this summer. The height adjustment knob suddenly stopped working?

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This look like it would be hard but it only takes a few minutes to remove. First put it on jack stands and lock the clutch down to release the belt so you can slip it off the pully. Then there are only about 6 bolts and two control shafts pins and its is out. It make things simpler by removing the deck first.

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Posted on Jul 16, 2010

SOURCE: My John Deere x300 won't

I am not familiar with this particular model but from the smell of raw gas I check the air filter and choke first to see that you are not flooding it. You could also take out the spark plug to see whether it is wet with gas.

Posted on Aug 07, 2011

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SOURCE: john deere x300 after restarting will not go

Check the transmission disengadge lever located behind the transmission. Make sure it is pushed in all the way. Otherwise, make sure the traction belt from the motor to the transmission is on track. If this is not the fix, please respond for further instructions... I've been running the "X" series JD tractor since they came out!

Posted on Oct 07, 2011

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SOURCE: john deere x300 will not move

It sounds to me like the traction drive belt slipped off of a pulley or broke. The easiest way to get to the traction belt is to remove the mower deck. There is no easy way to replace the belt, however. It runs from the transaxle at the rear to the engine at the front, around idlers. Let me know if you would like assistance in replacing the belt and I can walk you through it, Daniel.

Posted on Oct 12, 2011

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