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Mower is 3 yrs old and i have replace the drive belt 4 times i get about three months and the belt is so loose it will not pull the unit.

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try and slacken the adjuster nut on cable mate there shoul b 1 smwhere at top of cable near drive control lever/handle and also 1 at drives gearbox. failing that mate it could be a tensioner spring on the drive control mechanism

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check your gear train to the wheels and the wheel hub gears

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You may have a worn worm or sector gear.

You can turn the pulley for the transmission and see if the wheels turn that way. If they turn you may have belt run out or that cable may have come off at the bottom. Unplug before you turn any parts on the mower manually for safetys sake!

Good luck and be careful!

Posted on Jul 01, 2010

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