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LA110 won't start...
|Matt||My LA110 will not turn over. I left the key in the on position over night. I assume it is a dead battery. I attempted to jump start it but after 5-10 minutes, still nothing. I thought it would start from a jump start, but no. I have placed a battery charger on it and will see how that does overnight. The weird thing is, the charger is reading as "fully charged". Any ideas on what might have happened? Am I missing something? Does this go deeper than the battery?
|Dale G. Basgall||Matt :
Check to see if the pto is still on or engaged, there is a switch on it that prevents the mower from turning over if it is on. And the seat switch will cause that and or under the hood is a small fuse that may have blown somehow.
|Michael Day||I am having a similar problem after replacing the engine on my LA110. The lights don't even turn on. I tried jumping the battery and that didn't get me anywhere. Do the seat and PTO switches also stop the lights from turning on? The fuse checks out OK.
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