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Left my 5 hp tiller out in the rain..now no spark to plug.

Cleaned the flywheel and corresponding laminated portion of the transformer...changed the plug...didn't fix.
Is there a certain gap between flywheel and transformer.
Any help would be appreciated.

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There is a gap between these two parts. I always just used a dollar bill to gap them and it always worked. .010 is the proper gap.

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