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Tim, fault in reverse switch.
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well if the motor is a 4 stroke then it could be many things, like timming,bent or burnt valve,even a faulty coil. however if its a two stroke a stuck power valve, or a bent or broken reed valve will result in a back fire. if its thepower valve you need to clean and lube with the higest tempature syn. grease you can find,Gary