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280 LX won't start. Won't even click or turn over. Battery is fully charged. The trouble shooting manual notes it could be an ignition system fuse, and to contact a Deere serviceman. Is there an in-line fuse, or could we be talking about the solenoid that's attached to the starter motor? Any help would be appreciated.

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I am currently working on an old jd 111 and the fuse is located under the starter solinoid, check there. The starter solinoid should not be located on the starter, track back the thick red wire on the starter to the solinoid to locate, it will be systematically located between the battery and the starter, check the starter solinoid functional with a meter and if that does not find it at the fuse and solinoid you will need to check the ignition switch input to the solinoid, and work back to the switch and any interlocks

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