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My Poulon Pro 17 will not start; it has new fuel lines, new spark plug, new filter, and clean fuel. What have I overlooked?

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Got spark? Take the plug out but leave it connected to the plug wire, touch some part of the threads to the metal near the hole in the engine for the plug, turn it over a few times either with the pull cord or with a starter, and see if you get spark, if not, could be ign. coil module, bad plug wire, or bad wiring to the ign. coil module.

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