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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
DISCONNECT THE SAFTEY SWITCHES FROM THE ENGINE STOP SW. MAKE SURE THE ENGINE HAS SPARK.THEN DO PROCESS OF ELIMANTION
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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It sounds like you have an ign. wire grounded or your ign switch has a short in it. Also remove the cover on your starter drive to be sure it has released.
Posted on May 01, 2010
You have a ground issues somewhere of where a wire may have rubbed the frame and is shorting out, wrong solenoid (frame ground verse wire ground) or a starter issue.
Take the starter off and test it with a good battery and jumpers to make sure its working correctly. Second...start tracing your wires back to the solenoid and then to the switch looking for bare or loose wiress.
Posted on May 30, 2010
Check to see if you left the blades engaged. There is a safety switch that prevents starting with blades engaged. Easy to miss, happened to a friend of mine last month.
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Posted on Jul 11, 2011
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Some mowers have a mowing reverse safety switch. That safety will kill the mower if you try to reverse with the deck engaged. Some mowers even have an override button that has to be held while backing up. As for the battery thing, no matter how much you charge a bad battery you will not get it to start a mower if it has a bad cell or two. I would use a multimeter to check battery voltage, but the end result would still be the same, replace the battery.
I hope this gets you going again.
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
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You need to pull the spark plug out, connect the spark
plug wire and ground the plug to the motor and see if you have spark. If you
have spark (bright blue) then it is a fuel problem. A yellow spark is and indicator
of a coil issue.
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