My Toro Wheel Horse riding mower was idling and just shut itself off. I tried to restart and it does not make any clicking noise from key turning or any kind of noise of motor trying to turn over, just silence. The battery is brand new. I checked the throttle to see if it was moving OK and it appeared good. I tried to check any loose wires, spark plug connection, battery connection, removed any blocked lawn cuttings, and still not a bit of noise to start the rider. I was cutting the lawn for about an hour before this trouble began. It was serviced in March 2012 for the annual maintenance at a Toro dealer. Yes, there is gas and oil in the machine. Could it be a faulty starter or loose wire. What else can I do to get this working again other than calling the dealer? I live on a farm of over 4 acres of cutting. Help!
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