Question about Craftsman Garden
Hi, W/D here.
Look at the very rear of the mower for a slot that resembles a keyhole. There will be a rod in or behind the hole. The rod must be "in" for the transmission to engage. When the rod is in between "in" and "out", the transmission will usually make a clicking sound when it is pushed. If the rod is all the way towards the "out" position, it can be pushed without the transmission causing a drag effect. Push the rod all the way "in", and try it again.
Best regards, --W/D--
Posted on Apr 06, 2011
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