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Have a flymo turbo compact 330. No power when safety button and lever pressed. Fuse OK. Occasionally hear a ''click '' of the ?motor when button and lever pressed but basically silence. Thanks

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Sounds like the engine isnt getting the power to turn it sorry but flymo mowewrs are a pain to repair as they some times cost more to do than buy a new one

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