Your Kmart riding mower and tractor helps take the drudgery out of mowing the lawn and turns it into one chore you actually look forward to. On those rare occasions when the mower seems to be running fine but isn't cutting the grass, use these troubleshooting tips to find the problem and determine how to repair it.
Sometimes your riding lawn mower may have difficulty climbing inclines or moving forward as it cuts the grass. When this happens, the problem may be caused by the drive belt. Try reinstalling it, or replace it if needed. Another of the belts among your riding mower parts is the deck idler pulley. If this belt comes off or is loose, it too may need to be replaced.
If you find that your riding lawn mower isn't cutting grass evenly, take a look at the mandrel assembly. This important item tends to make a lot of noise when it's malfunctioning. For guidance in replacing this assembly or other lawn mower repair help, give Sears PartsDirect a call.
It's easy to spot if the riding lawn mower's PTO lever has been broken. If you have trouble getting the mowing deck to engage the lawn as it mows, this could also be the cause of a faulty PTO lever. Inspect the part and replace it if needed.
Sears PartsDirect stands ready to help you with assistance and a wide selection of parts when your Kmart riding lawn mower and tractor needs a bit of repair. To get started, choose your model from the list above, click the chat button, or call 1-800-252-1698.