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If you are wright it sounds like the timing chain . Some times it will sound like it is under pressure when it cranks but not always when it has jumped time . Check the wires first you might have gotten them mixed up when you changed the cap .
This may sound like a dumb question, but did you mix the fuel and put it in the machine? If so, you shouldn't have. 4 strokes don't take mixed fuel. You must put the SAE 30 Oil (Not 2 cycle Oil) in a different chamber. Let me know, PLEASE!
the problem sounds more like the radatior they tend to start leaking but you don't see apuddle on the ground. Its a fine mist and you loose pressure . Check the cap and do a pressure test first it should around 14, 2 pounds when its hot this is atmosphereic pressure . Try this first you may need a new radiator
I have a flymo 430 petrol strimmer and cannot start it. ive cleaned the filter, put in new plug it went first time and then stopped and wont start again the plug seems to get wet all the time any ideas
If the vac. line went to the distributer cap you need to get a new 1 take off the line and take it to the auto parts store and get a new 1. What that vac. line does is adjust the timing when you give the car gas. Did he make shur to gap the plugs to the wright gap? If he did and you put a new vac. line on check all of the vac. line if they have cracks change them. If the still runs ruff he might have moved the distributer, or he might have got the wires wrong if he changed the spark plug wires. Change the vac. lines first they are cheap.