I have an old hand-me-down Snapper C3203 snowblower with pull start. When I was done using today, the blower would not sut down, even after I flipped the switch to "off" position (I ended up pulling the choke out and pressing the primer button to make it stop). When I looked inside, I noticed a loose wire coming out of the on-off switch terminal (there are two wires, one routes down into the blower (couldn't see where to, but seems securely the fastened; the other wire is short - about 5" - and was not secured to anything - just bare copper strands at the end). I assuming this wire came loose from vibration, but I can't tell where it is supposed to fasten to. I checked the owners manual and some diagrams I found on partstree.com for my model, but I couldn't find any wiring diagram that was helpful. Can anyone tell me where this wire should secure to? (or any other advice). The blower won't start now... As you might gather, I am not very knowledgable on the internal working of this piece of equipment.