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Homelite pro 4620c chainsaw not getting spark. I repaired with a new coil and noticed that the flywheel moves up and down slightly when I try to gap the coil against it. Is this normal or is a bearing (located on the backside of the flywheel) worn. Also is the gap between these two components about the width of a piece of sand paper? Any help would be appreciated.

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