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Why won't my Suzuki JS50QT start?

I bought the scooter about a month ago and it was going fine. Rode it for about two weeks and parked it up for a week. Went to ride it a week later and it won't start. Topped up the two stroke oil and it still won't start. Can anyone give me some pointers please?

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Hi,first of all you need a spark,so pull the sparkplug out and check for spark,then is there any petrol coming through,check for fuel,
then you need air,check that the air filter is not derty,
if all these are ok I would do a compression test to see if the reed valves are falty or the piston rings are worn,if ok,
then check that the exurst is not cloged up with gunk.
if you check in this order then you should find the falt.
lets hope its the first one,let me know how you got on,
hope this helped a bit.

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