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Jeffrey the module should just pull off.

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Check for spark at the plug (gapped at 0.020"). If nothing, remove the left side case and starter--this exposes the ignition module. Check the pole gap with a thin business card for a gauge. Turn the flywheel until the magnets are under the module poles, insert the card into the gap, loosen the module screws and let the module contact the magnets. Tighten the screws, rotate the flywheel somewhat to release the card and recheck for spark. If still nothing, try removing the stop-switch wire from the module and try for spark again. If nothing again, replace the module. Install as above. Hope this helps!

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Sandpaper makes a poor cleaner for spark plugs. The critical point is the condition of the inner insulator--if black and oily, it will tend to shunt the spark over the insulator instead of jumping the electrode gap. The problem that you are having seems to centered around the spark generating apparatus. If it is a self-contained module, check the module pole gap with a thin business card for a gauge. Rotate the flywheel magnets under/over the module, insert the card into the gap and loosen the module mounting screws to allow the magnets to contact the module, then re-tighten the screws. Rotate the flywheel somewhat to remove the card and recheck for spark. If still nothing, you may need to replace the module. Hope this helps!

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Remove the flywheel cover to expose the flywheel and the ignition module. Remove the ignition switch wire from the module and retry for spark. If still nothing, try using a thin business card for a gap gauge between the flywheel magnets and the module poles. Insert the card, then loosen the module screws--and allow it to stick to the magnets. Re-tighten the screws and rotate the flywheel to remove the card. Try again for spark. If still nothing, then replace the module. Install the new part as above. Don't forget the switch wire connection. Good luck!

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