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The mower belt slipped and got caught up in the pully. It shut off the engine and now it's like there is no battery in it. Not even the lights will work. I changed the circuit breaker and had the solenoid tested. Now when i try to connect the battery,it sparks. I must have crossed a wire somewhere. I have the positive cable and a jumper to the circuit breaker on one post of the solenoid and the starter wire on th other post. There is also a wire connected to a small post on the solenoid that is connected to the nuetral position. Any help on this would be appreciated.

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