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Can't move forward John Deere 110
|Steve||Out cutting the grass today on a 42 inch deck John Deere 110 (2003). I hit a heavy part of grass and the tractor stopped. The engine was still on and the cutter was still operable, but I could not go forward on the tractor. Any suggestions? Thanks!
|John||Just taking a guess, since I have no idea about a john deere 110, but on my 425 there is a lever next to the right rear tire that allows you to disengage the drive so you are able to push the mower freely. Kind of like putting a car in neutral. If you have one maybe it moved from vibration or something.
|Steve||Yeah I tried that.. I think it might be the belt that is below the seat. Drive Belt? It is making a slight sound and I think that belt if not on right can interfere with movement
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