My riding mower slipped a belt, so the neighbor and I tipped it over on its side and worked the belt back into place. Then when we righted it, it wouldn’t start at all. Wouldn’t turnover - like there was an electrical system disconnect. We checked all connections - battery, spark plug, etc. Everything seemed to be in place visually (didn’t use a voltmeter - actually don’t have one).
Is there some sort of reset button or switch that’s been tripped that won’t allow the electrical system to work? I know there’s a button under the seat that will kill it if you stand up/fall off, but that doesn’t seem to be the problem - at least I don’t think it is. Is there another switch the kills the motor if the mower itself tips over and that needs reset? If so, where is it?
I’ve searched the web and even asked Toro.com but to no avail. Any ideas? The mower is about 7 years old, bought used, no manual/instructions.
Thanks in advance.