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In Reply to: 2n not starting posted by tom on Friday, November 29, 2013:
I would be concerned if the resistor did not get hot. Like others have said, check for spark at the plugs and if none, check or replace the points. The resistor gets hot when there is current flow thru it. to get current flow thru the resistor, you also have to have current flow thru coil. The coil could be shorted out, but points are way cheaper and easier to check than the coil.
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