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|Dave T||When I engage the PTO switch, I hear a clunk but the blades do not turn. The problem started when I leaned out of the seat to grab a large branch while cutting grass. The engine started to die but I got back upright before it died, but the PTO now will not engage the blades. TIA, Dave
|Bruce||The "clunk" is the PTO engaging. You have no doubt, dislodged the drive belt from the pulleys on the deck! Or, broken the drive belt? Also,...check that the belt tightener rod, has not become disengaged! this is most likely, what happened!
|j sladicka|| I have the same problem..
Did you find out the answer to the problem?