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The only way to stop it after you got rid of the switch would be to choke the engine. Assuming that this is a recent model saw, it should have an ignition module that has the entire ignition function contained within the module. Remove the left side engine cover to expose the flywheel and ignition module. The ignition switch is attached at the end of the module coil, not the metal poles. Just remove the wire connection which eliminates the switch function. Reassemble the case and check for spark--it should be blue and snappy with a fresh plug gapped at 0.020". If ok, I would suggest repairing or replacing the switch. If still no spark, then likely the module itself has failed. Use a thin business card to set the pole gap over the flywheel magnets. Hope this helps!
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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