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Not impossible at all. Try turning the crank in the front of the motor with a socket and ratchet. If it turns okay, then you're good and need to find the high current draw such as battery cables.
If the crank doesn't turn, pull out the spark plugs and try it again.
It doesn't matter, we're not trying to start it, just see if it turns. We're running some tests right now to see if the motor is seized or if you have an electrical issue.
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It does sound like you need to check engine compression for evenness in each cylinder. Also, check the flywheel for damage.
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