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After a year of sitting, i finally got around to getting a rear end for my Simplicity Broadmoor 728...got a complete rear end for only $10 out of an old mans front yard. i got everything together and go to start it and it just makes a click sound. i purchased a new battery and cleaned off all of the electrical connections...what is wrong??? please help ASAP!!! thanks, brendon

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Not familliar with the 728, but check the safety switches and what not. Sometimes if the starter has a flat spot from sitting, I turn the engine a bit, then try to turn it over. Good luck, update us. Rob

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HEY, I AM VERY HAPPY NOW...just walked out and tapped the starter with a hammer and she is all good now...just goto strap her gastank back on and off we go for our one year reunion!!!

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