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If the tines become jamed, the tiller will stop. This is especially true if you are preparing your lawn for seedng without doing an preparation of the ground. Also, check you accerleration line, there may be a loose connecton.. Otherwise, sounds like a service issue.
The clutch is non adjustable if the clutch fails you will have drive all the time or it slips. if the tines spin at the same speed with the engine at low and high speed the clutch might be slipping, the common cause for this is the gear box is partly siezed due to no grease being pumped into it, most ppl dont even know about this untill its too late. you have to remove the LH side tines to get to the screw.