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After turning on it began making a rattling sound coming from yhe blade and then it turned off. the sound was of meyal hitting against the frame or something

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For safety remove the spark plug and disconnect it from the plug wire. Tilt the machine back and rotate the blade by hand and make sure it clears the mower deck all the way around. Check to see if blade is tight. Any movement of the blade on the shaft is unacceptable. Tighten blade, if it won't start with blade tightened it may have sheared the flywheel key.

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