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Mower won't start with ignition key

Mower will no longer start with key after power washing (a few weeks ago). I replaced solenoid, voltage regulator, ignition switch and the battery is fully charged. Starts and runs fine when started with rope pull.

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Did you replace stater relay switch

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SOURCE: Lawn mower died. Pull rope locked up

remove the spark plug and try to pull the rope. Sometimes the coil can get loose and wedge against the flywheel. if that's not the problem then pour a little oile in the spark plug hole, let it set a bit, if it still won't turn over then you have an internal engine problems. Not very common but it can happen

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SOURCE: Pull rope seems to be locked up...won't pull

make sure you can turn the blade by hand, make sure grass isn't stopping the blade after that make sure the break cable isn't bad, sometime's the cable don't disengage the break from the flywheel. Hope this works.

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check the cilanoid or the stater , you may also have a lose conaction, try cross jumping the cilanoid

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SOURCE: My riding mower will start by pull cord but not from ignition

Jump the solinoid with a screw driver, it the engine starts, replace the solenoid.

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SOURCE: john deere f525 mower, wont start, battery good,

The front mount mower has a safety switch on the park brake linkage and the seat belt linkage as well as on under the seat which is for the PTO,The one under the seat on the linkage just behind the battery is a culprit that needs adjusting to get the PTO to engage but it sounds like you need to deal with the seat switch circuit or replace the seat switch.

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