Question about Craftsman Garden
Hi this sounds like you have had a major short in the system, as you have said you have changed the ignition over but what about the wires connected to the plug that fits to the back of the ignition itself? if you have a short in the wiring you can test it by getting a well insulated pair of wide long nose pliers, and touching either side of the solenoid, if that then turns over ( make sure ignition is to the on position ) you will have to replace the wiring in the plug to the ignition itself, i myself have had a similar fault on a ACTO and i had to re-wire the whole thing as it just would not turn over only from the solenoid being shorted...hope this helps
Posted on May 30, 2010
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