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Was tilling the garden this spring and the tiller on the Landlord stopped spining.At the time I did'nt have time to mess with it so I just put it away and got the Broadmoor out to finish up the garden... I checked it out a little more as I thought it might be a belt slipping or something...Now I am puzzled a little..The tines spin fine until I lower it down to the dirt then the tines stop but the PTO pulleys are moving fine..I never heard any funny noises or anything when it stopped... I thought maybe someone might have a idea before I start taking it apart...

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Check your pulley on the tiller the shaft may be turning inside it. set screw backed out on the pulley ?, key loose? it happened to me once thought I broke something inside:I John

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Thanks for the tips,I will check out the pulley's and see if that might be the problem... Bunky,there was a bolt that came part way out.I can't remember what one it was right off hand but I think it had a grease fitting on the other end of it...

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