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Tonite I was going to clip down high weeds to make the lawn look presentable (No good rain for a while). OK we'll use the 3112 as it has been dormant for a month. Turn on starter switch, nothing, check headlights, OK, check fuses, OK, find loose terminal on starter relay ( I got it now), nothing, sun is going down and frustration is building, what did I miss? I'll do it tomorrow. Then I think maybe neutral circuit might be a thought, BINGO! One of the terminals jiggled back and wasn't making the connection. DOH!!!!!!!!!!! Starts fine now. Weeds will meet their maker a little later.

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Nick
It's funny how the littlest thing won't make something run. Glad you got it fixed though.

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rokon2813
Danged new-fangled gadgets anyhow;) Last time my Landlord wouldn't start I just lifted the seat, wrapped the rope and yanked her once....[:0]:D:D Glad you got it though. Safety switches are a good thing I guess but can sure be a pain sometimes.

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thedaddycat
Rob B was over and we were playing with the 3210. Suddenly it wouldn't run right. Hmmm..... Check this check that, finally put some gas in her and she ran just fine.......

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Rob-B
yup...............when all else fails, check............

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markpogue
First rule in troubleshooting? Keep it simple, don't try to make it more complicated than it is.:o)

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