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Will turn over will not start
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: lawn tractor will not start
It sounds like a stuck or unhooked safety switch. Make sure you have the blades disengaged first, then check the safety switch on the blades.
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Posted on Mar 29, 2009
If you have spark and compression, the only thing left is fuel.
Check that fuel is being deluvered to the carb (remove fuel line to carb and make provision to catch ejected fuel. Crank engine. Fuel should be pumped from the tank and out the open line at a good rate.
If this checks out (or there is no pump fitted, but there is fuel issuing from the pipe), check the electrical connector on the bottom of the carb. There should be battery voltage on this conection for the engine to run - if not - that's the problem.
If that checks out, the cut-off solenoid (fed by the connection you just checked) is suspect.
Posted on May 09, 2010
battery has a low charge or the starting gear on the starter is bad. just remove cover and see if the starter ingages and cranks the fly wheel. look at the gear itself to make sure the teeth are good ,if not replace the plastic gear. takes 5 min.
Posted on Jul 19, 2010
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