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Try a new spark plug first (gapped 0.020"), if still no spark, check the stop switch and wire first, then the ignition module located on the flywheel edge behind the starter. Make sure that you ground the plug base to the cylinder head when checking for spark. When you get spark, pour a little fuel mix into the cylinder and try for start--if it pops several times, then check the fuel system for a plugged filter as well as the air filter and muffler. If this is an older machine, you may have to clean the carburetor inside and out with spray carburetor cleaner. Check the diaphragm in the lower chamber for flexibility and no holes or cracks. Hope some of this helps!
Posted on Sep 09, 2010
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