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Ignition coil fixed my Stihl backpack last fall
Posted on Feb 07, 2015
If the air filter is clean, then you have either no spark or no gas.
Gummed up carberators are well familiar with the leaf blowers. Once a year or every other year you should clean up your carb. During the winter season when your not using the blower, it is a good idea to put a 1/2 bottle of Stabil in the gas tank which will prevent carb gum-up while being stored.
You can remove the spark plug, put it back on the wire, lay the bottom of the plug next to a metal surface. Then pull the motor over while you observe for a good strong spark. If you have a good strong spark, then the problem is with the fuel.
If you have no spark, weak spark, or intermittent spark, then either the coil could be bad, plug could be bad, or you may even have a shorted kill switch.
Either no gas or no spark is your problem. Spark is easiest to check. If spark is good, remove and clean your carberator out thuroughly
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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