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Turn the key for electric start,nothing happens

* fuse is OK
* installed new battery(charged for 48 hours)
* checked battery with voltmeter-measured 12 volts.
* have a toro 21 inch model 200039
* never used electic start--had mower for 9-yrs
* mower starts by pulling

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If you never used the starter,You need to have it checked, possible that it i froze up. Or brushes in starter arn't making contact. Also check connections. Good Luck

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