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To replace drive belt,I TURNED THE MOWER ON IT; SIDE NOW CLUTCH W

CLUTCH DOES NOT WORK AND TRANS IS HARD TO SHIFT. HAS A GOOD BATTERY BUT STILL WILL NOT INGAGE THE STARTER WHEN I TURN THE IGNITION SWITCH ON TO STARTER HAS 14.5 BRIGGS NORTOR. WHAT HAPPENED. I ALSO DROPPED THE DECK BEFORE I TURNED MOWER OVER.

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Jump right to the starter to see if it will turn over.if dont start starter bad.if it does sonenoind is bad or bad ground.let me know how it go's ok

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