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As Larry said, you might identify your model. But if it is the same as the one in the first link, then my guess is that it threw the belt because the tensioner is out of adjustment. Page 58 shows how to set the tensioner. If the tensioner is already at the maximum adjustment and the belt is still loose then perhaps your have a belt that is too long.

Or you can also throw a belt if one or more of the spindles are frozen or bound up so they will not turn easily if at all. You can quickly diagnose each spindle by turning each blade. If the each blade turns easily and you don't hear a grating or grinding sound you can eliminate spindles as a cause.

The V shape on a belt can make just enough difference causing a belt to be either too long or too short because the V of the belt is what fits snugly into each of the pulleys. You must have the correct length but also the correct V size (there is a name for the V that but I don't recall it now). A good belt vendor with the correct belt measuring tool can easily determine the correct length because the tool measures length and the size of the V. I've seen those manuals and have tried the routing they appear to suggest, but there's still too much slack in the belt.

And the diagrams are just not clear. I am thinking the belt the parts house sent may be the issue, but they looked it up on the computer and said it was the right one. Only one pulley (the large one) is 'V' shaped, the others are flat. The tension arm pulley is twice the size of the others so I'm wondering if it loops around twice. I found this pic from another owner (who was asking the same question): it appears there's a belt guard post on the lower l.h.

Pulley and I've tried both sides of that one with no success. The bottom pulley, having a retention or guide bolt (highlited with red arrow) on it's left side, suggests to me the belt should go on the left side of that pulley according to this link, where the diagram is upside down from the picture you posted,, - if you orient the 2nd photo with the orientation of your pix, then that belt going between the retention bolt and the pulley the belt part number should be 76181-763-A02 - assuming you purchased a honda OEM belt, is that the number on your belt? PS - just came back to this thread - it was easier to re-orient your photo to the orientation of the schematic and it does look like the belt belongs between the retention bolt and the pulley (now on the left) but it looks like, comparing to the schematic, you've got way too much belt.

Plus, i'm trying to understand how the PTO belt from the engine is supposed to transmit power to the deck - one of those pulleys should be a double pulley I just went back to the parts web and the double pulley is on the engine, so that belt you have may be the correct belt, if it reaches to the engine's pulley.