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intermitten spark 930

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09-03-2013 22:22:41

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Sorry if I asked this before. My 930 is acting up again. I checked the points. sometimes a spark then none. My should I just convert to the electronic kit? Seems like it the 930 sits for a while. Then I have this problem. I have to file points w/emery cloth.this time it not working maybe a short ? Thanks in advance

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09-04-2013 19:52:23

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 Re: intermitten spark 930 in reply to axe55, 09-03-2013 22:22:41  
I also noticed the resistor was real hot to the touch after I cranked it over a few times.

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09-04-2013 12:35:11

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 Re: intermitten spark 930 in reply to axe55, 09-03-2013 22:22:41  
I had a similar problem with my 930.

The screw that held the points wouldnt hold the points in place.

If you do change over to an electric kit can you please share the info of where you get such a kit. i would like to know.

Thank you

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Dave SE Mich

09-04-2013 16:33:38

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 Re: intermitten spark 930 in reply to brokengun, 09-04-2013 12:35:11  
Purchased for a 730 from Parts Store on this forum, works well.

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