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Power Shift Model 38560 "No movement any Gear"

Hello, Machine will not move in any Gear. Belts are brand new, shift appears to be working, Roller Chain on and o.k. This machine has a transmission case. Is there an adjustment? Could it be an easy fix? Thanks for the help on this. Serial #230000741, Model #38560.
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Hello, Machine will not move in any Gear. Belts are brand new, shift appears to be working, Roller Chain on and o.k. This machine has a transmission case. Is there an adjustment? Could it be an easy fix? Thanks for the help on this. Serial #230000741, Model #38560.
if it is a POWERSHIFT I can fix it. but I will need a vid of the machine. to become 1 with it. and I am sure you are a long way from the frozen tundra. ALOHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Long LIVE THE POWERSHIFT!! MAY IT NEVER RUST IN PEACE!!
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Hello and welcome to the forum BoscoMurphy. I know very little about Powershifts so Powershift93 is the man to help. I do have a link to the manual in case you need to make adjustments based on his forthcoming advise.

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Hi Power Shift, I stated the model number & ser. number in my post
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Thanks for the Link to the Manual Grunt. I just buzzed through it and it might be the tension springs that are up underneath. I won't know until I get it apart.

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Hello and welcome to the forum BoscoMurphy. I know very little about Powershifts so Powershift93 is the man to help. I do have a link to the manual in case you need to make adjustments based on his forthcoming advise.

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Aw shucks, just trying to help. With your advise, he will do just fine.

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A quick test to see if the belt has enough tension : With engine OFF and belt cover off, pull the spark plug wire off, trans in N , squeeze traction handle, and pull the recoil slowly. If the shaft/pulley turns and the belt turns WITH IT, it has tension , if the shaft / pulley turns and the belt slips, not enough tension. Hope this helps.


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Another thing to check out. is the tab that bolts to the trans from the shifter down below. check to see that is not bent, broken or in some other state of disarray.

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