Echo PB620-ST Leaf Blower: No spark

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Old 10-22-20, 10:51 AM
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Echo PB620-ST Leaf Blower: No spark

As the title reads, Ive got no spark. Ive replaced the plug, ignition module and spark plug wire, cap and plug spring, but I still cant get any spark out of it. I set the module off the flywheel the same distance as the old one (dont have my glasses to read the gauge). There is a ground that I cleaned next to the ignition module, so that's good. Ive tested as much as I can think of with a multi-meter....

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Thank you for any and all suggestions.

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Old 10-22-20, 12:47 PM
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Does it spark with the kill wire disconnected from the coil?
 
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Old 10-22-20, 04:49 PM
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No it does not The plug is new and tested on another motor. The Ignition module is set .012 off the flywheel.
 
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Old 10-22-20, 07:33 PM
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And the spark plug is being grounded to the engine during the spark test?
 
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Yes it is. Iím really at a loss on this one.
 
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Old 10-23-20, 02:31 AM
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That means a bad coil, ungrounded coil armature, coil installed wrong side out, or incorrect air gap between the coil and flywheel.
 
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I see a lot of people looking for help after buying parts they don't need. Most any good small engine shop has a coil tester that is just a matter of minutes to connect and test. Doing it yourself doesn't mean you have to do it alone!
 
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