First thing I would check, is the tow valve, if so equipped, on the side that has lost drive. Then pull the hoses, and inspect to see if the inside and outside layers have separated, causing the hose(s) to be blocked. As you drain the hoses, look for metal chips, in the draining fluid. If there is evidence of this, it is a pump or motor going. I am assuming that this mower is a hydro drive, not familiar at all with it. If it is belt driven, inspect the belts, and idler pulleys on the affected side.
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