The pad may or may not be worn out. the actuating rod, when turned, is offset and pushes against one or two small pins which push the pad against the disc thus applying brakes. the pins over time will stick due to rust or dirt and debris. the whole brake assembly is easily removed. remove it, and check pins to make sure they are free. pad should not be welded or glued in at all. it should have a metal spacer behind it that the pins push against. pad should come right out and it can be purchased at any mower parts dealer.
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