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Old 09-02-2017, 08:13 PM
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Since no response as of yet, I'll jump in and maybe others will chime in. A common issue that this issue kinda' follows tells me for starters, remove the STOP/RUN switch from bars and unplug. Take apart and watch out for that tiny internal spring. Put all pieces including the switch in a cup of Evapo-Rust. Leave overnite then remove, wash pieces and completely dry them. Put switch backtogether and install. This switch COMPLETES the running circuit and least amount of corrosion WILL cause a voltage drop...or in extreme cases, no voltage to complete the circuit. Process of elimination, and an easy place to start.
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