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Just stoped now cant get it going.and ive cut the ht lead to short to fit to spark plug,because i thoyght it was spark but now think its fuel.

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Well might be fuel filter blocked,tap filter block ,,fuel may be dirty,seddiment,water,

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Hi, chances are the old fuel has gone bad and caused the spark plug to get muck on it, i would go out and buy a new spark plug then leave the plug out but fitted to the ht lead, then rest the plug on a metal part of the engine then try stating it and make sure you have a good strong spark between the gap in the plug, if you have a good spark then take the plug out the ht lead but also leave it out the engine, then keep pulling the starter for about 20 to 30 seconds to ensure you have only the new fuel coming through into the combustion chamber, you should be able to smell the fuel after few seconds, then put the spark plug back in and try starting it, you should find it will now start.

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