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Toro CCR2000 won't start when hot

I have an older Toro CCR 2000 model 38180. When cold it starts on the first or second pull. After running it awhile and shutting it off it won't start again (no spark) until it cools off. Half hour or so. Coil or ignitor? Big money items from Toro.
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My suggestion is the coil. I have had a similar issue with my Lawn Boy mower. New coil fixed it. How much is the replacement?
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My suggestion is the coil. I have had a similar issue with my Lawn Boy mower. New coil fixed it. How much is the replacement?
The coil and the ignitor from Toro are over $150 EACH. I can get an aftermarket ignitor (Stens Megafire II) for 417. BUT...not sure which one is is the problem when the engine is hot.
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The coil and the ignitor from Toro are over $150 EACH. I can get an aftermarket ignitor (Stens Megafire II) for 417. BUT...not sure which one is is the problem when the engine is hot.
I mean't $17.00
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