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Remove the spark plug and check for snappy, blue spark. If nothing, try a new plug. If still nothing, remove the left side case to expose the flywheel and ignition module. Remove the wire that goes to the stop switch from the module and try for spark again. If still nothing, it's new module time. Use a thin business card to set the gap between the module and flywheel magnets. If the gap was excessive with the old module, resetting it may bring back spark. Hope this helps!
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