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Check the presence of the spark at the sparkplug, then check the continuity of the high tension lead Also replace the sparkplug if you haven't done this before.
Finally check the carburetor -it might be dirty so clean it- and the choke -it might not be activated
Posted on Mar 27, 2011
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