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    JD 425 no start

    Hi... my trusty 425 was put away after mowing last time and when I went to use it again absolutely nothing happens when I turn key. No sounds, clicks, etc. Battery is nearly new and has good charge. Seat switch is bypassed and connections seems intact. I feel it's some other safety lockout but I'm unfamiliar, other than the foot pedal switch, with the machine as I've never had to do anything but change oil and filters. There must be a fuse box somewhere, bet it's under the dash someplace. If anyone can suggest likely culprits to look at I'd be appreciative. Thanks..... Gary

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    PTO switch?
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    Any dash lights come on when key is turned on.
    There is a circuit board next to the battery on right side. There are 2 15a fuses on the board. The rest of the electrical system is prorected by 2 fuseable links at the battey lug on starter.
    Make sure all connections are bright and tight. Especially the battery.

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    I would start by cleaning the terminals.
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