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Sounds as if your battery is drained. Or it also couldbe a the solenoid. You can use a multimeter to test the battery to see if it has the 12v needed to start the engine, also you can use it to test the solenoidto make sure it's relaying the voltage.
If u have a set of jumper cables, u can test by simply hooking them up to another battery source, as in a car battery, and then attach to the mower battery, won't hurt anything..
If you KNOW the starter is good, then it can only be these 2 other things that I have mentioned. Hopefully the starter is not defective...
try the brake switch unhook and jump if does replace swtch that how you check the safty check the one under seat leave un jump then try jumped check al like this you will find bad switch 3 to 4 switchs all lawn mowers
Hi if you have got it cranking remove the plug and check for a spark the plug must be earthed to do this if you have a spark it must be fuel pore a small amount in top of carb make sure ign is switch on hope this helps.Ron.
1.try jumping the battery with your car battery. I have had same issue in the past with a brand new battery.
2. Try spraying starter fluid into the carb while cranking. If it starts or at least tries to start (assuming cranking is fixed), you have a fuel problem. Again, when I first tried to fire my Used mower, had to use starter fluid to get it to start the first time, but never since.
If you can access it? check the purple exciter wire to the solenoid with the parking brake set. machine in nuetral and the key switch to the start position, with a 12volt test light see if you have power that wire? if not you probaly have a bad safety switch (brake or nuetral start if gear drive) if you do have power then try to jump accross the 2 main post on the solenoid if it turns over your solenoid is bad if it doesn't then it is a good posiblity it is the starter. Then try to run 12 volts from the positive terminal on the battery directly to the main lug on the starter. I hope this helps!
The frame of the tractor is the same thing that starter grounds to,so yes ,put the ground any where on the frame or engine block to test the starter.An easier way to test everything is to cross over the large posts on the solenoid with a screwdriver and if it turns then the starter is not the problem.Then you will need to put power from the post on the solenoid that has the battery positive connected to it ,to the post on the solenoid that should come live with the key,if it starts then then you likely need an ignition switch if not you need the solenoid.