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    Jun 10, 2013, 05:24 PM
    I have an 14.5 42"cut riding mower and it wouldn't start
    So I went and got a new battery it turned over good and started but then quit . It done this a few times but I had to charge my new battery and now it won't turn over or anything and the battery says it is full charged ? I also checked the fuse that's by the starter as well ! Does anyone have any trouble shooting tips that might help me out on my craftsman14.5 42" cut mower please ?

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