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|Paul Sharpless||I own a B275 with a clutch anomoly can anyone help? The clutch currently cannot be disengaged.I removed the bell housing access panel and took a peek & noticed that the pedal is still operating the clutch but is not seperating the plates far enough. I adjusted the set screws on the end of the fingers by backing them up but this did not help. The throw out bearing is sliding smoothly on the shaft. I am wondering if I have broken springs on my pressure plate requiring the tractor to be split??? Have I overlooked anything?