If it's new you will probably only have to loosen the screws that hold the recoil down, lift it up and the rope should go back in. You may have to take it all the way off, but that should fix it. If you take it all the way off, before you replace the screws, hold the recoil down with your hand and pull on the cord alittle and make sure it's engaging
The starter is stuck.
It is possible that an electric start lawn mower will not start because the starter is not working properly. The ignition may also be malfunctioning.
jump start like a car..... not sure exactly how but I've hard it can be done
A starter role in a sport is when you start out in the game in the beginning and then normally you get pulled out by the coach and are on the bench until you get back in.
If the mower has an electric starter, the gear on the starter is worn. Replacement is not hard and the part (a plastic gear) is relatively inexpensive.
your starter is pulling too much energy from your battery. Either the battery is too small or your starter needs attention.
It depends on if you bought a pull start mower or a power mower. The pull start mower will have a handle you have to pull hard to start it. The power mower should have a button that simply turns it on. Make sure there is gas in the pull start mower.
Damages to the Starter and Flywheel....
Look for loose connections at the battery, starter solenoid, starter and switch. If all connections are good, the starter solenoid probably needs to be replaced.
Because you have to have the clutch depressed to start it. They came factory with a clutch safety switch that will not allow the engine to start unless the clutch pedal is pressed to the floor . NOT. the clutch safety switch only allows the starter to be energized... If the glow plugs will cycle then the truck can be pulled to start. When my starter solenoid was bad I pulled it to start.
Disconnect the ignition ground to the engine and jump to the starter motor with a good 12V source.
The starter solenoid and/or drive pinion is engaging, but the starter motor itself is not turning. Battery is out of charge/faulty or engine has seized.
Depending on what model mower you have, there could be several problems. But, start by checking the fuse. Most mowers have a fuse that is located near the starter solenoid.
Hook up jumper cables to a different battery, stick the black cord on the frame of the mower to ground it; touch the red to the starter bolt and hold it there until it starts.
If the battery is not dead, then you probably have a loose/broken wire either at the switch or at the starter solenoid/relay switch.
There are several reasons why your mower will not start. There could be an obstruction in the blade, a petrol mower could be low on petrol or the fuse could have blown in an electric mower.
With the zero turn mower with hydro braking, a person will have to have one person sit on the mower and push in the clutch and shift the mower into neutral. The mower will have to be pulled uphill with another vehicle, not pushed. Do not put in neutral until a taut line is extended to the towing vehicle.
Your battery is dead. Try boosting it. If that doesn't work your starter may be broken.
you burn out your starter or your fly wheedl
replace battery & starter solenoid.. possibly carb.
Starter or flywheel problem.
Generally the ignition switch activates headlights on a riding mower and the start position only send current to the starter solenoid. If you turn the key and the engine cranks over than the lack of spark is going to be something else. If it is a riding mower you will have several safety switches to prevent start up under unsafe conditions.
I replaced the battery in my 1993 sundance noe the starter will not ingage
No for your lawn mower you will just need regular lawn mower oil.
The safety switch to start the motor on a Ranchking riding mower is located in the ignition. If the clutch needs to be depressed several times before the mower will start, there might be a problem with the adjustment of the clutch.