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I know this isn’t Arb related but please help 

I have just had all the belts replaced on my stiga at a un- healthy cost , get it back home 5 minutes work and the blades will not engage all belts seem ok and you can hear the pto clicking in but nothing happens any body got any ideas many thanks in advance 

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I guess the Stiga is similar to the Husqvarna Rider which I am more familiar with, when you engage the pto you hear the cluck of the electromagnetic clutch engaging yes? is the bottom pulley now spinning? if yes then it has to be a belt tension issue, either with the belt from the pto  pulley, or the belt on the top of the deck, the one on the deck will have a spring loaded tensioner, this may have become disconnected and no longer tensioning the belt.

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