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Re: dirty string filter or bad Condenser

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04-10-2013 18:54:56

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Check you spark and make sure it is a good blue/white and will jump a 1/4 inch gap. Then check fuel flow from the carb drain plug. Never guess do the trouble shooting.

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04-10-2013 20:25:04

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 Re: dirty string filter or bad Condenser in reply to old, 04-10-2013 18:54:56  
point set at 15. gap spark plug 25. but float is at 1/4 as the book say and adjustments to all three screw as say in the book say. what i think it screen.. the fuel from the tank is great lot of fuel ..

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04-11-2013 07:47:40

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 Re: dirty string filter or bad Condenser in reply to it me again, 04-10-2013 20:25:04  
But you can have every thing set as it should be but if you do not make 1000% sure you have spark all that does you nothing. You NEED to check the spark at the plug wires and make sure it is blue/white and will jump a 1/4 inch gap or more. All it takes is a bad switch or a short some place in the system to make the points and coil do nothing so then you have a no run condition

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