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J.D. 110 Auto won't start. Good battery. Cables are in good condition. When I turn the key the lights do not come on and the hour display does not show. What should I check first for this problem?

I have checked the battery. I have checked the cables (hot to starter and ground all have tight clean connections). I have replaced old fuse. Didn't look bad but replaced it anyway.

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Maybe the switch has a malfunction. I guess you would need to check for power in to the switch, then check for power out with key ON. Have a voltmeter or test light? The key should turn the ignition system on, so look for power at the ignition coil with key on. Assuming it is gas, not diesel. JD110-is that a small tractor?

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Check the other safety switches; such as seat switch, drive position, etc...

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