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Toro CCR2000 won’t fire

I’m having trouble with my CCR2000. It fired up no problem a week ago. It won’t even try to fire now. I’ve replaced the carb with a new one with 1 and a half turns out on the fuel screw and replaced the ignition module with a mega fire 2. Also replaced the primer bulb and hose. When I prime I can see fuel pool up in the carb. I get a hot spark from the plug when I’ve pulled it out and checked spark. Can’t even get the machine to even try and fire using starting fluid. I’m lost.
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since we are talking a 2 cycle engine in that one,
so lets start with checking for compression since you state you have gas and spark, new carb and coil . has it been run on pure gas? as that alone could burn up the piston and cause lack of compression issues
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since we are talking a 2 cycle engine in that one,
so lets start with checking for compression since you state you have gas and spark, new carb and coil . has it been run on pure gas? as that alone could burn up the piston and cause lack of compression issues
If the compression is low (below 90 psi), pull either the muffler or carb and check for scoring as was suggested earlier. If compression is ok, I'd look to see if the flywheel key is sheared and it is firing out of time.
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the flywheel key toro part number 81-2370 is a solid steel one not a alloy shear type
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I would drain the gas from tank and carb in to a soda bottle and check for color, clarity, and water. Then buy gas from a Top Tier station. Try that. If that fails spray ether in to the carb. Then disconnect the wires from the key, try, then check for spark, then check compression. Toro requires a TC-W3 oil to reduce build up in the cylinder and "valves".

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