Question about Cub Cadet 2012 - LTX 1046 - 21.5 HP Kawasaki 46 in. Cut

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Mower ran fine, put it in the garage Started this weekend and the back wheels are locked up.

Even when you disengage wheel lever in back wheels are still locked up. Had No problems with it this situation just cropped up-HELP

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