Question about Garden
The belt to the transmission that controls the right wheel is slipping because it is worn out or too loose. I believe this is the most likely answer. Turn the mower off, put the key in your pocket and then check if the belt is glossy or cracked. Also see how much you can move the belt. It may need to be replaced.
The tranmission for the right wheel is damaged.
If this is the problem, it could get expensive and you will have to decide how much money you want to spend reparing this problem.
Posted on May 22, 2011
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