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Have a load test done on the battery as a good battery should be 13.5 volts. There may be a dead cell that is not taking the load. Under crank load the voltage will drop off and there will not be enough current left to run the ignition system. The sprayer will use considerable less current that a starting engine so that is not an indication of a good battery