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· Master of the Electron
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Take it apart and look at the one-way clutch mating surfaces... Replace the one-way sprag assy, and if the gear's mating surface isn't smooth as a baby's butt, replace it too!
 

· Master of the Electron
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1st start over and carefully and COMPLETELY describe your symptoms now... in detail. We're blind - you have to make us see with your words.
 

· Master of the Electron
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Okay - so now it's time to go back to the necessary three - spark, compression, fuel.

1- check for continuous spark while cranking. Also verify that the I on the flywheel (under the little inspection cover) is visible at the same time piston is at top of stroke (proves that ignition timing should be correct)
2 - check for compression - use a compression tester.
3 - check for fuel - use starting fluid... does it try to run for a second or so? Then it's likely a carb issue - they're famous for getting dirty when sitting for a while.
 
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