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Thanks, Jodyand! You're right.

Rick--It's always better and wiser to fix a defective switch than remove it. Might go for years with no problem, but it would be a sad situation if someone were to operate your mower not knowing it had been disabled and end up hurting a child or pet. Thanks for understanding!
 

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Safety switches are there for a reason & should never be disabled! ~~ grnspot110
 

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safety switches are there to keep you safe ...I would find the defective one and replace it ...
 
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