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Am replacing ignition module , What is the gap setting ? Poulan mode; BVM200VS

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Use a clean and dry business card or other card stock paper to set the gap. That is almost perfect for the .006" setting.
Good luck!

Posted on Aug 24, 2010

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I have a Poulan BVM200VS gas blower. The plug won't fire. It has a new spark plug and a new ignition module. The kill switch is good. What little wiring there is seems to be good. If you spin the flywheel...


It is possible that the gap between the module and the flywheel is not correct. This gap is usually set with some thin card stock or possibly a playing card.

It is important that this gap is not too large.


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