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When I turn the key to start the **** Shortcut 1500, it only clicks. The battery appears to be built inside the mower and I don't see a quick, simple way of getting it out. Also, in case it is the starter, I need a manual that shows how to remove and replace. Please reply quickly, as my yard is in dire need. Thanks, Richard Jergins

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THE BATTERY IS UNDER THE SEAT,TO GET IT OUT YOU HAVE TO TAKE OFF THE SIDE PANELS

Posted on Oct 04, 2010

  • crashumba395 Jul 24, 2011

    same exact problem , battery is charged, still just clicks when trying to start, thought it might be a sensor prohibiting the mower from starting, checked brakes and seat sensor both ok, would there be anything else proventing the starting of the mower? How can i check?

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