Does the electric start work? The engine may be locked up, since it didn't have much oil. If you think the engine may be locked up, take the spark plug out and pour about a teaspoon of clean oil into the spark plug hole. Take the round plug out of the left side, side cover and find a socket that fits the bolt on the end of the crank shaft. You can use the kicker to do this, but I prefer a socket on the end of the crank, so I can wiggle it back and forth a little. With the spark plug out, the crank should turn easy. Don't put much force on it if it don't turn easy, as you could do more damage. It may have just sit and locked up. If it's not too bad, sometimes you can free it. If it don't break loose real easy, you might want to pull the head off to see what condition the piston, rings, and cylinder is in. If nothing looks damaged, you may be able to free it up, but be easy with it so you don't break the rings. On the other hand, if someone ran it dry on oil, it may already be damaged. I hope not. Good luck.