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These units are very promt to gas fouling of spark plugs, try replacing plug. If you still have no spark then possibly the flywheel has a metal strip in it that is prone to rusting, especially if unit does not get used alot, can be cleaned up with 180 or 22 grit sandpaper. If this strip is rusted then coil cannot communicate & therefore you get no spark. Lastly if all above check out good then most likely you have a bad coil. If coil is to be replaced make sure to gap the coil away from flywheel by placing a peice of paper folded over between coil & metal strip-(magnet) coil will pull itself to strip, tighten bolts & remove paper, gap is set.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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