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Model 870 will not start. A new battery has been installed and there is power to the lights but noting appears to get to the starter .

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Check your starter solenoid. Find it by following the pos. battery cable back to it, using jumper cable jump acrossed to other big cable on the other side of solenoid. With key in on position it should run. If it does eigther solenoid is bad, or ign swithc or the connections are dirty.

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