Hello I'm PopDaddy and I want to assist you in your DIY project! Let's figure out your challenge today...Is this a hydrostatic or manual shift model?
looking at your model, give me a few minutes...you do have a manual shift. When you are able to, start your mower and shift it into a gear you normally use and let the clutch out, then using your heel on the top of the clutch pedal , pull the clutch pedal back using your heel. If the mower takes off, you need a new belt or, along the linkage on some models, a "mattress" of grass builds up, usually under the hood on the left side of the steering column. follow the linkage and look for a buildup under a linkage not allowing the clutch to move it's full amount. let me know!...
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There is no linkage I can find so I think it would be the belt One thing is when I pull the brake pedal back after it comes up to engaged position it starts turn the back wheels This would probably means a new belt would fix the problem?