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Old 11-03-2012, 11:18 AM
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Originally Posted by ed2hess View Post
That symptom has alway been associated with getting gas. Take the plastic block off that is between the carb and cyclinder and clean out all holes in it and into the cyclinder. You can run a wire thru. Be sure you got good gaskets and they are orientated correct. That hole the I told you to run the wire thru can't be covered by the gasket. Also check to confirm that that spacer has not warped and if it has sand it down flat.

It could be the coil those things are pretty complicated. But I never had one that started a unit yet was bad.
I checked the holes in the block and cylinder and they were clean. I then checked the crank seals and the recoil side was spotless. However, the flywheel side had a small amount of greese/oil residue on it. Could that be the problem?
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