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Sounds like it could be a timing issue. Check the flywheel key has not wore and moved from the slot. You will need to remove the pull cord cover and access the flywheel to see if its worn. The key will be a small piece of "metal" that will slide into a slot between your stator and the spline from the engine. The "key" keeps the spline and stator lined up for timing, which would cause smoke and backfiring, even power loss, and sputtering. Hope this helps!
Posted on Dec 13, 2016
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