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Toro lx500 not starting has new battery new selinoid and gas

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Check the belt on top of the mower deck. Make sure the belt didn't slip off or break.

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If its clicking quiclky you say its 12+ volts so i will say you have a bad connection on the battery or on your selinoid. check both sides of selenoid.

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