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battery terminal connections looseor corroded.Check the cable terminals at the battery.Tighten the cable and remove corrosion as necessary.Battery discharged or faulty.If the cable connections are clean and tight on the battery posts turn the key to the on position and switch on headlights and or windscreen wipers if they fail to function the battery is discharged.Automatic transmission not properly engaged in park or neutral or clutch pedal not completely depressed.Broken loose or disconnected wiring in the starting circuit, inspect all wiring in the starter solenoid and ignition switch.Starter motor pinion jammed in fly wheel ring gear, if manual place ransmission in gear and rock the vehicle to manually turn the engine.Remove the starter and inspect the pinion and fly wheel at earliest convenience.
An IPL for a 281 can be found here. http://weborder.husqvarna.com/order_static/doc/usa/1993/I93000/I9300009.PDF There are more than one IPL, the correct one can be decoded with your serial number. View M shows your starter cover. I suspect the portion of pn "503 10 24-04 (the part we can't see)" that mates with the fly wheel is worn or defective. An inspection by you may verify this. If you cannot determine it's serviceability your friendly neighborhood Husky dealer/mechanic can. HTH Lou
sounds like the starter is not disengaging the fly wheel quickly like it should when you turn the key the starter cog connects upto a fly wheel that has teeth all around it when the teeth of starter cog connect between teen on wheel it spins it to crank your car then goes back to starter if you hold your key on after starting the noise you hear is the starter cog(teeth ) still engaged in wheel if this is the sound it needs to be serviced not neccassarily replaced