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check that power is getting to the transformer, if so test the transformer for continuity. if it is good look for a short in the high voltage(spark plug) wire, and that one side of the secondary is connected firmly to the chassis of the heater. if no power to the transformer then trace the wiring to find the defect.
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check and make sure its getting fuel. when trying to start, spray some engine starting fluid in spark plug hole. just a little bit. replace the plug then try to start it. if it starts then quits then its a fuel problem. fuel not reaching engine. good-day !
Just because there is fuel & spark does not necessarily mean there will be combustion. The fuel must be delivered at the correct pressure, the correct volume, and must be delivered as a fog- not a mist.