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Check the plastic tab that should engage the red safety interlock switche near the inside of the hinge. Both the tube and impeller cover should have them tall enough so they push the red contacts up all the way.

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Pull off your starter and look at your gear on starter, sounds like it isn't engaging, may need to replace that gear on the end of starter

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