Not familiar with LP fueled engines and their ignition system. Just shooting in the dark, you say the starter is dragging a little. Might be the bushings are worn and the starter is drawing more than it should and causes ignition voltage problems!!! When being pulled there is no draw at the starter which allows full voltage to the ignition. Some thing to try, by pass start the engine with another battery allowing the ignition full voltage from the existing battery. Do not use the starter switch. Jump directly to starter. Be careful. If that is the problem you may need to replace the bushings on the starter. Hope this made sense-3:30 AM central Minnesota. If you try this, let us know what happens:)
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