No spark?

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PaulD738
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No spark?

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Struggling with this one, I've tried everything.
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barney01
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Re: No spark?

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Nice one Paul :lol: :lol:
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Alan H
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Re: No spark?

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Either the filter's blocked or it looks as if it's the wrong way round. :?
Proof that four strokes are over complicated
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stevewharton
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Re: No spark?

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Think you need a new spark filter and HT fuel cap :roll:
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malky
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that filter is stopping spark pressure :lol:
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zapo
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Re: No spark?

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Try using a rusty petrol tank..... ;)
I had two stroke's and survived.
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