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Issues with 2013 John Deere D 110

Hello Folks,

My John Deere D110 stalled out on me while cutting the grass and would not start. Long story short, I checked compression and it has none. I removed the head and the piston will not move when I turn the flywheel. The clutch pulley on the bottom turns as well, however nothing with the piston. I believe it is the connecting rod however not sure. I snapped a few pictures of the valves and the piston. If the connecting rod is broke, would it be cheaper to just buy a new motor? Oh it is the Briggs and Stratton 19.5 HP single cylinder engine. Thanks for any and all help, greatly appreciated in advance.
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New motor time.....connecting rod probably took out camshaft and who knows what else....
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Stalled Out ? Usually goes out with a "Bang'....No matter...its done...Search Ebay for a BS new....HP doesn't have to be exact..... Believe theyre still reasonably priced....and Free shipping..
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