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If the machine has good compression, a spark and good clean fuel getting to the plug then it could well be the ignition timing is out,it is possible the flywheel key has sheared this will require removing the flywheel to check.
The flywheel should have a woodruff key on it, which fits in the groove on the crank shaft. This means the timing is pre set. When setting the timing gap, use a business card between the magnet on the flywheel and the ignition module, tighten them in that position and remove the card.
Is fuel getting into the cylinder and actually wetting the plug.?
Do you have good compression?
The bvm200's are famous for the piston ring sticking in the ring groove. You need to check the three basic components for the engine to start. Spark, Fuel, and Compression. This engine should have a minimum of 100 psi. Anything much less than that and you are asking for trouble.
By luvcatzlotz on Sep 08, 2010 Have Poulan BVM200VS 25cc gas blower. It has compression, is getting fire and has fresh fuel mixture. Will not start. Any suggestions? It is less than 1 yr old.Answer: I have the same problem. Thats why the company is called Poulan.. Because thats what you do half the time when you own one. PULLON the starter cord...............