Whipper Snapper R20500 lawn mower won't start -- loose wire/cord
I have a WhipperSnapper R20500 which will not start. Two weeks ago, I mowed the lawn and it worked fine. It has gas in it. At first I was getting a lot of resistance when I pulled the start cord, but didn't see anything on the blades when I looked underneath. After a few tries, I was able to pull the cord, but the engine never caught. Then I noticed that there was a loose wire. I have no idea where it goes. The wire is covered in black plastic. One end is connected to the engine(?) or the main part. There is a plastic connector, then the wire continues. It says E-4576H 20 AWG AWM STYLE 10:5 /1230 105 C 600V...CSA TEW 105. At the end of this wire, the black plastic covering stops and there's about half an inch of bare wires. What should the other end be connected to? I looked online and found the Snapper manual, but wasn't able to find any information to resolve the problem.