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Do you mean that the engine cranks over, but won't start or do you mean it won't crank after setting?
If is a cranking problem, it may be a heavy parasitic drain on the battery caused by something left on. Or it could be from a sulfated battery caused by leaving a battery in a discharged state for a prolonged time. Or the battery could have been destroyed by "case leakage" caused by a dirty battery. Or maybe the charging circuit may be not working because of a bad alternator, loose drive belt or just dirty battery terminals.