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Sudden stops are usually due to ignition failure unless the blade hit some obstruction which can cause the flywheel key to shear off and shift timing into no-run condition. With a sheared key, you can still get sparks, but they occur at the wrong time. Check for good spark at the plug and if ok, pour a small amount of fuel or starting fluid into the plug hole and try for start. It should pop several times. If nothing, remove the upper cover and check the keyway area--if the flywheel side and the crankshaft side don't line up, replace the sheared key. Hope this helps!
Posted on Aug 08, 2010
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