Hello. My ride-on Lawn Mower broke down recently. And i'm not a real mechanics or automobile person so please help me out. (it requires a bit of knowledge on circuits) When I turn on the ignition, usually the engine rev's a bit. And then I try it a couple times until it works. Takes about 2~3 shots. But last time. When I was mowing half-way through my lawn, I found a piece of rock on the grass so i turned off the engine to get off and to kick that rock out of the way. But when I got on, I couldn't start it. It just clicks and nothing happens. I opened it up and it wasn't the engine clicking. It was the solenoid connected to the ignition. The solenoid was screwed on tightly to the side of the inside of a compartment just below the fuel tank. (close to the ignition) So i unscrewed it and realized that every time it clicks, it's electric current running from the side of a solenoid metallic piece to the side of inside wall of that compartment. (which is also metallic) That's what's making the noise. I, having no idea what that meant, am asking you (who can help out): Is that solenoid broken? or is it something else that's broken? I read thru the manual (which didn't help me any cuz I only looked at the pictures and couldn't understand any of the technical words) and it basically said that when this happens, there are these possibilities: 1.) Battery not enough juice in it 2.) Solenoid needs to be replaced 3.) Starter (Ignition Keyhole) needs to be replaced 4.) Incorrect Wiring I charged that hunk of battery already and found out it wasn't the battery problem. I looked thru the starter and it seems okay to me. And i didn't even touch the wiring so i didn't think it was the wiring problem. So is that solenoid broken? Please help. Thank you.