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Most likely a bad battery. The batteries in the Land Rovers, as well as other batteries, are lasting about three to four years so if yours is now 5 years old, it's probably time for a replacement. Have you tried slow charging it to full capacity or having someone jump starting you to see if the veghicle will crank over? If that works, I'd look at having the battery replaced. I made a lot of short trips with a new 2013 LR4 and the Battery Low warning came on and I had to slow charge the battery overnight to bring it up to correct voltage. The difference between a good and bad battery is only a bit more than a half volt when fully charged,(12.6 or 12.7 volts full vs 12.00 less than 25% charged and 11.9 dead) so if your battery when charged doesn't show above about 12.5 volts it's time for a replacement.
Remove recoil rope assembly. Ensure rope is properly wrapped around. While recoil assembly is removed use ratchet and socket to rotate fly wheel, remove spark plug first, observe compression and exhaust at spark plug whole during rotation of fly wheel. Clean or replace spark plug. Ensure oil is full. 30w. Set spark plug gap. Always use Stabile in gas. Replace coil rope is required. Purchased by the foot at any mower repair store.
It takes 5-6 full charges to brake a battery in. The first charge is 90%, then it increases. Also make sure that the caster and anti tilt wheels are free of dirt and any restrictions. Make sure that you don't exceed the weight capacity - most chairs are 300 lbs on a flat, hard surface.
sounds like you had fuel leak into the cylinder over the winter. The liquid in the cylinder is what made it so hard to pull that first time, as it won't compress like air. What you do, is take the spark plug out, pull the starting rope several times, dry off the spark plug, and let both sit(plug out of the cylinder.) for a couple of hours. Then put the plug back in, put the wire back on it, put it on full choke, and pull until it hits once. Then put it on half choke, and pull til it starts.
could have been caused by any number of thing's, take the recoil assembly off and try pulling the rope out while holding the center of the rope spool just enuff to prevent it from popping out in case there's nothing holding it there. rewinding the rope is alot easier than rewinding the recoil spring Trust Me.. lol