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The AJ units do not have a separate mechanical starter. They use what is called an inertia start system. Basically, it feeds DC voltage through some special windings in the generator, and uses the generator as an electric motor to get the engine cranking. Once the engine starts, and the generator starts putting out AC, the cranking circuit is disabled.
Yes, you can jump the solenoid to see if the engine will crank. It will not hurt it.
As far a manually cranking it, there is a bolt through the end of the rotor that you should be able to get a wrench on to turn it. But if yours has a Vac-Flo system, you might not be able to access it.
You are going to be very hard pressed to find parts for this unit, other than basic tune up items like plugs and points. This unit has been obsolete for years.