Why Won'T My Riding Mower Start?

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There are several reasons that a riding mower won't start. One thing that may cause a riding mower to not start is a weak or dead battery. Replacing the battery will remedy this problem. The spark plug in the mower may also need to be replaced. Another cause for a riding mower that does not start is a bad solenoid. In order to properly diagnose the problem, the mower should be taken to a professional to diagnose and repair the problem.
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it sounds like the battery is dead in it try charging it up,if it goes down it wont attempt to try and start,that would be the first thing id check on it ,also check the cables really
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