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Check the compression . A quick check is to ground the spark plug lead , then put you finger tightly on the sparkplug hole while pulling the rope. If it pushes your finger off of the hole and you cannot stop if from doing so, it is ok. If it doen't then you wil have to replace the rings and maybe hone the cylinder walls. dependant upon the wear(damage).
Posted on Jan 24, 2009
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