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I have a coil problem that keeps burning out. How many times do I keep replacing it if it's another problem? It runs for about half hour and then shuts off. I'm thinking it can't be fixed and I may as well buy another lawn tractor

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check compression in that cylinder the other thing it could be is the gap between the magneto & flywheel & also check to make sure there is no rust on flywheel

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Most likely you have a short circuit somewhere. You will need to inspect your electrical system. This is easier to do with a digital multimeter (DMM), because you can lift a lead and check resistance. Without a meter, you are going to have to look by hand over one inch of electical wire at a time, checking anywhere that it can rub against an edge. You could go to sears or somewhere and pick up an affordable one for fifteen to twenty bucks.

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You mean Briggs and Stratton. Sounds potentially expensive. Call a local small engine repair shop. They'll tell you how much it will cost. A new engine might be $1k. Repairs a few hundred.

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