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Ted & richie46 have been helping me, on the thurmal issue i have, i took off the cover hoping to find a mouse nest, nope. cleaned the fins they were not bad, some rust on fly wheelstrong spark

In our emails i have covered all that i have fixed this is over heating in 3/5min's

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