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Hi, i have a clarke generator g900 ,no spark

Hi, i have a clarke generator g900 , new coil and spark plug but still no spark. any suggestions ? many thanks colin

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This gen has a oil level sensor that will short the "primary" of the ignition coil as well as a spark enhancer that is called a CDI unit but the drawing does not show a Capacitor in or near it?
I hope this helps
Where did you get your replacement coil Colin?

Peter

Posted on Feb 14, 2010

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    nicky doherty Dec 02, 2015

    this was a great help solved my problem. thanks a million

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I know its out of date but it sounds like the on - off (stop - run) dial at the front which is connected to a switch that make a curcuit that make the plug spark

Posted on Feb 18, 2013

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    i know its out of date but it sounds like the on - off (stop - run) dial at the front which is connected to a switch that make a curcuit that make the plug spark

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New coil and spark does not equal you must have spark,, have you check your spark plug, and have you check your condensor is properly working. There is a point where you need to see, make sure the contact point is appropriate or else it won't fire

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