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Pull the spark plug and see if it is wet or smells of fuel. If not, then may have issue with the carburetor, fuel filter, float, etc. If plug appears fouled, replace the plug with new one correctly gapped. I have found that one can put an UNLIT propane torch into the carburetor and try starting. The propane won't flood the engine and can give an indication if the ignition is working. If the engine tries to start on the propane, then carburetor work is in order. Usually a problem with the float. Fuel filters and the embarassing thing of forgeting to turn on the fuel valve are farther down the list.
Posted on May 28, 2011
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