Remove the drain from the Carburettor bowl and allow the fuel to flow for about 3 or 4 mins into a jug. If the flow continues without stopping then the in-line filter is not causing any problems. We have lots of tractors with these filters and they work without any problems. You should try changing the Condenser as these can fail without warning and we have had new ones that are faulty. Often you may get a spike or a hole in the Contact faces, when this happens you should change the Condenser and always change it when you change the points. Set the points to .022" and make sure that you set the points correctly. Bad Coils can do funny things, but change the Condenser as they fail more often and it is cheaper to fit one of those first.You should also check the Rotor Arm, sometimes these can ground out where the metal "tail" attaches to the main plastic body of the Rotor arm..John(UK)..email@example.com
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