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My 420 c won't steer to the left. I've made all the proper adjustments of lever, throwout bearing, and brake band. The tractor carries on straight ahead when I pull the lever all the way back as if the clutch hasn't disengaged although the throwout bearing moves as it should and the brake band tightens in sequence. The right side works fine with the same adjustments. Any thoughts on this will be appreciated.

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I'm not familiar with your system but it sounds like you could
have a bad pressure plate.

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