Question about Garden
Check to make sure you have compression in the cylinder, place you thumb over the empty spark plug hole and pull the cord, if it blows hard against your thumb then it has good compression, if it has spark and compression it will start unless it is not getting fuel. Be careful when using starting fluid as to much of it can damage the engine. If there is no pressure against your thumb then there is a copression problem where the piston rings maybe bad or something is stuck open in the intake or exhaust.
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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