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"Room light bulb is out of order or wiring is short with body' what does this mean

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Has to be electrical or fuel related. spark and gas the basic places to start! good luck! Remove the gas line at the filter and use a can to catch the gas turn it over and see the volume of gas before and after the filter. Remove a spark plug and ground it to the closest metal or buy a spark plug tester [preferably] then turn it over check for spark. Don't be holding plug wire HEI has a bit of a bite! I could be wrong but a good place to start.

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