I would remove the air cleaner, give it a shot of ether( be very
careful about the amount, this can be dangerous) or carb cleaner
or a cap ful of new gasoline, attempt to start.
If it does not start and run briefly on ether, you have an
If it starts and runs briefly, you have a fuel delivery problem.
Did you remove the flywheel to replace this ignition thing? There
is an alignment key on the shaft that is the timing on small
engines, if it has been hurt, it will not start. The magneto must
be the proper distance away from the magnets, but you do say you
Remove the spark plug, install sp wire, touch the bottom of the sp
to engine, pull the cord. Good strong bright blue spark on the
working end of the plug?
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