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Lawnmower I have a black and decker hovermaster lawn mower. While mowing my lawn I went over a small stone. It doesn't seem to have damaged the blade but the engine instantly cut out and I am unable to start it again, I have replaced the fuse which has made no difference, Can you suggest anything please.

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There may be a thermal fuse fitted to the motor, sometimes they reset when they cool down. Sometimes they are a one shot fuse, when they blow the have to be replaced.
There may also be a reset switch on or inside the operating lever/switch.
Have you also checked the operating switch/lever for a bad connection or a wire come loose.

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