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Re: Briggs 233431 ignition question.
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I'll double check the key.
I was told it ran when it was put away so I kind of doubt the key would have anything to do with it but you never know.
Yeah, the armature, some of the parts lookups call it a magneto. I just bit the bullet and ordered one, they're not to expensive and it really the only item I can see what would be left. The one that's on there is a rusty mess, the wires are brittle and the casing its off most of them.
I can put a new wire in from the points to the stud as well, eliminate all possibilities. I still don't get what that second wire is for, it looks like it's always been there. The end that was attached to the breaker cover had a new terminal on it. It must of had a kill switch hooked in some where right? It wouldn't make sense to ground the points out?
Oh and the magnet grabs and holds my 1/4" screwdriver no problem, I hear that's the usual test.
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