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My name is Dane and I'll try to help you with your problem. First attempt to turn the motor by hand to make sure it's free. Make sure you battery is fully charged, and all safety devices are in their proper position for starting. If you have a voltmeter, set it up for DC volts and place the red lead on the starter terminal, and the black lead to a good ground. turn the key to the start position and verify 12VDC. If you have that, check that your starter gear hasn't jammed onto your flywheel. If your battery is indeed good and the starter is free, then you have a bad starter. If not then you have to trace your safety switches and selenoid to see where the circuit is failing. Keep in mind that you can have 12VDC to the starter but if your battery is low, you may not have enough amps to turn the motor. I hope this helps you.. Thanks! Dane
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