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There is a switch under the seat that has to make contact for the mower to start. I would not advise bypassing it though. A little WD-40 on the switch while working it uo and down will usually clean up the corrosion and get the switch working. If not then replace the switch. It should only cost five or six dollars.
You need to know if the fuel pump is working.TURN KEY ON,BUT DON,T CRANK engine, Listen for the pump to kick on(should hear it.)IF the check engine light is on,have it scanned. A bad crank or cam sensor could prevent starting.IT could be anything from bad plugs,wires,out of gas, or bad sensors.
This isn't recommended, meat tends to get in a lot of the nooks and crannies in a slicer machine. It's best to first unplug the machine, then take it a part in order to properly clean it. If your not sure how to take the machine apart, consult the user's manual for further understand how to do it. Once taken apart, some sort of stainless steal cleaner followed by a sanitizing soap should be used to clean it. Sanitizer is very important especially when dealing with meat products. Once a sanitizer is applied it is recommend that you let the slicer air dry for 4-6 hours before using it again to ensure the sanitizer has fully dissipated.
Not sure if you mean engine will not turn at all (locked) or engine will not start. The engine may have been on its side causing this condition. Clean carb and filter of excess oil. Remove spark plug and clean cylinder and plug of oil that may have entered causing locked condition. Replace oil lost from crankcase. With spark plug removed and kill swith on off, pull rope to blow out oil and verify that motor will now turn. If it still does not turn could be lock rod to crank or faulty pump. If engine had very little or no oil in crank and was run, suspect locked crank, however if your engine has oil senser, this condition would have prevented engine from starting. If you mean that engine will not start, low oil senser most likely preventing start due to low oil. Good luck