Blaster carb

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  1. Kris

    Kris New Member

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    Cleaned out my carb on my blaster 200 while waiting on the new coil to get in. New part arrived and Is on but I can't get it to crank.
     
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    Is it getting spark? Fat blue, not lazy yellow.?
     
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    Yes it's getting the fat blue fire it's even lighting up the red light that's above the head light
     
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    IIRC, the red light is low oil warning light.
     

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