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    • 6/25/2020
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    • 20200524-3330A-2147372149
    Incident Description: Riding mower was being used when transmission snapped/popped. Mower is dead in the middle of my lawn. Powers on & off but transmission does not engage.
    Product: Riding Power Lawn Mowers (1422)
    Product Description: Standard riding mower
    Injury Info: Incident, No Injury
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: Deere & CO.
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    • 6/18/2020
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    • 20200504-BD7AF-2147372548
    Incident Description: I was mowing with my John Deere D 105 lawn tractor and the transmission seized. When this happened the mower abruptly stopped causing me to lurch forward and almost hit the steering wheel. I was mowing on flat ground but had I been mowing on my sloped ground ... (More)
    Product: Riding Power Lawn Mowers (1422)
    Product Description: John Deere D 105 lawn tractor.
    Injury Info: Incident, No Injury
    Manufacturer / Importer / Private Labeler: Deere & CO.
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