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Honda HT 3810

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06-24-09, 09:29 PM   #1  
Honda HT 3810

Hi everybody,

Last year I bought a Honda HT-3810 with the intention of fixing it . The mower ran fine it had issues with the deck and hence was parked, unfourtunately I did not really pay any attention to it and it was standing in the open with out any protection. Finally this year when I try to start it there is just a clicking noise without the engine turning over. I checked the plugs and even tried to jump start it but it won't crank. When I repeat the procedure by connecting a wire directly from the battery to the starter it tries to crank but will just try and then quit.

what can be done to get it running again?


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06-24-09, 10:26 PM   #2  
Often times, the belt gets stuck to the engine pulley, keeping the engine from turning. Check and see.

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