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2 cycle lawn-boy self propelled 6.5 hp Gold Pro Won't start

2 cycle lawn-boy self propelled 6.5 hp Gold Pro Lawnmower won't start. Replaced the spark plug and still won't fire. May not be getting spark to the plug?

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If you replaced the plug and still dont have any spark you probably need a new coil. If you do it yourself and find the coil on Ebay or a good onliine parts seller you could do it for a reasonable price.

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