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My pb-413t has been giving me problems it would start then die i rebuilt carb and fixed a broken suction line it seems to have spark from what shop says but it wont start at all even on ether.. i change plug also the magneto and coi look brand new it sounds like it has good compression and i dont think that is an issue so what next?

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