Posted by will K on December 04, 2012 at 16:57:26 from (126.96.36.199):
I have owned this BN since 1966. It has given me very few problems over the years, until two years ago. It had been running fine, but one morning it wouldn't start. I finally have time to try to get it running again. It has an electric start. so I charged the battery and it will turn over. I pulled a spark plug wire and put a spare plug on it and grounded it to the frame. When I ran the starter, the plug sparked a nice blue spark. There is gas to the carburetor, in fact after trying to start it for a few minutes, it dripped gas on the ground. The carburetor is hard to id. I can see schebel? on the mounting flange. I checked both needles they are clean. I set both at 1-1/4th turn out. Thats where I'm at. Any suggestions?
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