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The metal on the outside of the plug must be pressed against the cylinder in order for a spark to happen. If you did ground the plug as described, and no spark was present, try a new spark plug. Carbon on the nose of the plug can rob the spark. If still no spark, check the fuses with a multimeter then check for power to the coil. Battery weak or dead?
Be sure to change the piston and rings sometime around two years from now, but only if you want to. So long as the engine doesn't seize up due to lack of oil in the gas, the piston and rings should last for years. Please rate my answer.
G'day mate the 1st thing i would go for is float level then compresion if it does have the **** it wont take the fuel in , rules are if it has **** ( induction ) Squeeze (compression) Bang ( spark) and Blow (free exhaust) then it should go, if it was running to lean there is good chance it has a burnt exhaust valve which will greatly drop the compression/induction, also check the valve clearence. hope this helps