Paul,Guymel3: Yes it is. Just post a picture of your engine and ask away on what you need help with. I'm near the Jersey shore but it's about 130 miles L O N G . Paul
Thanks for the welcome and the help. The condenser is just below the points it can be seen in the first photo and the third photo. I'm going to google how to check the coil and I will check all the connections today I'll get back to you this evening .Very nice model.. It looks like the contacts when made take the coil to ground When it opens the coil should unload and make a snap sound blue spark.. I don't see a condenser? Take a meter and check resistance at all the contact and connections. Probably should check the coil..
And welcome to the Stak!
Yes the switch is in the circuit. I'll get back to you later today with a drawing. Thanks for your help !I'm not familiar with this engine but looking I see a set of points on the crankshaft and a switch activated by the pushrod. Is the switch on the pushrod in the circuit? If so it would be a battery saver, not necessary for it to run. Can you make a drawing of your wiring circuit?