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Recheck your wiring, check for voltage at the positive, when ignition is on, Check voltage at the HT wire from the coil, by removing the other end and hold it close to ground while cranking the engine, be careful.....check out your points and condenser.........if your HT voltage is ok, you may have other problem.

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