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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Check for blue, snappy spark at the plug (gapped at 0.020"). If weak or nothing, remove the flywheel cover to expose the ignition module. Check the module gap with a thin business card--turn the flywheel magnets under the module poles, insert the card into the gap, loosen the module screws, and allow the module to contact the magnets, then tighten the screws. Turn the flywheel somewhat to remove the card. Recheck for spark--if ok, try for engine start. If still no spark, remove the ignition switch wire from the module and retry for spark. If still nothing, replace the module. Install per the above instructions. Hope this helps!
Posted on Jul 16, 2010
This is classic fuel starvation, it needs to run a little rich when free running, when it goes under load it needs the extra fuel to keep it going, if you have replaced the fuel filter, and the fuel hoses are good ( no leaks, or cracks in the pipe, give the pipe a tug to see if fuel squirts out ) then there is dirt in the main fuel screen under the pump diaphram, remove the carb, remove the alloy pump cover, normally held with a single screw, under here will be a gasket, and a pump diaphram, in that order, pressed into the carb is a very fine screen, this should be replaced, or at least cleaned, check the condition of the diaphram, this should be supple not hardened, rebuild and try again, the H screw on the side of the carb controls fuel to the main jet, if need be increase ( screw out ) 1/4 turn.Somewhere from the tank will be a breather, this allows air into the tank to stop a vacume occuring, to check this slacken the filer cap when the machine starts to die, if it picks up again it is a breather issue.
Posted on Jul 18, 2011
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