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I'll re-state that. Remove only the the the wire that goes to the key switch and leave the wire that goes to the coil connected. If you get a spark, you may have defective switch.

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Talntedmrgreen
quote:Originally posted by RayS

Check the wires where they go through the points cover and see if the insulation has worn off. If it has it can short out.


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id="quote">Just spent waaaay too long to figure this one out myself. The problem loves to hide in plain sight. Try it with the points cover off, and that wire clear of everything.

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joelk

Agree on the mega fire. I have one on each of the briggs 12hp 3112, 3212. One has been on for 6 years at least with no problems.

I would always have a problem with the points if the got wet, but no such issue with the mega fire.

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