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Basically the large wire from the battery goes to one of the larger threaded copper terminals and the large wire to the starter goes to the other [no particular order] The two small wires from the ignition and return via other interlock switches go to the two spade terminals [again, no particular order].
Try taking gas line off pump that goes into carb. Crank it, if gas won't come out, tap on fuel pump. If gas still won't come out after tap it with a wrench. Either replace fuel pump or check gas lines making they are free.
Your adjustments to the carburetor may make it worse. Plus if the fuel mixture is over 30 old, I would replace it. Manufacturers have told us this year any gas over 30 days old is considered bad gas and needs to be replaced. I would try some fresh gas(from the station) and some new 2 cycle oil at 40:1 Ratio(3.2 ozs 2 cycle oil to 1 gal of gas). Good day.
Make sure your electronic ignition (modular, coil, or whatever you want to call it) is not the problem. Check this by replacing old plug with new (I'm sure you already did this), but before putting the new plug in connect it at the top to the ele ign wire, then lay it on the machine or any piece of metal, (screw driver will do) then try to start the engine. Watch to see if you have fire between the spark plug and the metal. If not it is the ele ign that isn't any good and must be replaced.