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Tiller runs great just having a problem with the tines turning plowed my garden last week and for some reason the tines quit turning like its locked or something please help me


Two possibilities. Something has jammed the tines.
Pull the spark plug wire off and tuck it away someplace so as not to touch the plug.
Tip the tiller up and examine the tines for obstacle such as a rock. If there is nothing jammed try to turn the tines by hand. If the they turn freely you most likely broke a shear pin that secures the tines to the axle.Clean the axle and tines and examine very closely for the pin.
If sheared ( broken) you will need to drive the broken piece out and replace the pin.
There may also be a problem in the transmission case. You would need to remove the tines and case to open it

Apr 01, 2016 | Garden

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Tines on tiller


-Check the locking bolt that hold the tine shaft to the main shaft. Possibly it's broken. If so replace new bolt. you should be good to go again.


Good Luck


mai

May 24, 2014 | Craftsman 17 In. Dual Rear Tine Tiller

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Tines


Either clutch is bad or teeth are striped in bottom gear box. remove tines run engine and see if you can feel movment in lower gear box, if yes the gears are gone. If no remove engine to expose clutch.

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Own an older (1990's) American Yard Products model WER500 Weedeater rear tine rotortiller. The engine runs great but when I engage to til, the tines won't turn. The belt is fine and pulleys turn...


Yes, there are shear pins on the tines and on the wheels. Can you check to see if the belt actually moves when the pulleys turn?

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Have a MTD Yard Machine rear tine tiller Model 410 and when I went to use it this year when I put it in gear the tines did not move. I called the MTD tech and he said it sounds like its in the...


It is the shift fork in the transmission. Bad part design and if you plan to take it apart, use sandpaper and really clean the wheel axle and tine axle before you take it apart.

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/thomas_d71920e629f739cb

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Model # 21a4228129 will i pull to get it to start it won;t. Am I forgetting to do something. I place the choke level, turn the gas lever, have it in nutural. Help!


If you have a safety bar, this bar must be squeezed or held down while starting. Does the engine seem like it tries to start???

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I have a craftsman cultivator, 2 hp model 536.292522. the engine runs, but the tines only turn untill they touch the ground, then they stop. does anyone know how the centrifugal(?) clutch works? does it...


the centrifugal clutch is steel on steel, if the tines are turning at all, the clutch is okay. unfortunately, what you are describing is a worn sector or pinion gear inside the transmission. not difficult to repair but time consuming and pretty expensive

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Tiller tines run wrong way.


DEpending on the machine you can take the tines off and turn it around. The only other thing to do is get into the tranny and see why it is going into reverse gear and not forward operating. This sounds like it is a trans problem so even switching the tines around will help it will not solve the problem until it is looked at

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