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 Wont, start
Wyn
Posted: Apr 15 2007, 08:32 PM


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Right I know you are all going to laugh at me but washed the Lammy & now it won,t start. A13.gif

Changed spark plug checked wiring and dryed them out.
Do I need to change the electric start or is it to do with the carb?
Please help A32.gif
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Daysofspeed
Posted: Apr 15 2007, 09:26 PM


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What do you mean by electric start?? When you say washed, did you remove the panels? Have you sucked anything into the carb. Try it again tomorrow,maybe replace the plug and cap.
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Tara2
Posted: Apr 16 2007, 03:40 PM


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do like I do n dont wash it
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Wyn
Posted: Apr 16 2007, 04:22 PM


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QUOTE (Daysofspeed @ Apr 15 2007, 10:26 PM)
What do you mean by electric start?? When you say washed, did you remove the panels? Have you sucked anything into the carb. Try it again tomorrow,maybe replace the plug and cap.

Its the electronic ignition daysofspeed sorry for the missunderstanding.
And yes i did wash it with the panels of A13.gif

Changed the plug.
Not done owt with the carb yet but i washed it over a week ago so it should be dryed out by now.
Am at a loss A10.gif
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Wyn
Posted: Apr 16 2007, 04:23 PM


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QUOTE (Tara2 @ Apr 16 2007, 04:40 PM)
do like I do n dont wash it

Thats why your scooters always look and go like a pile of Shite A67.gif A72.gif
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Tara2
Posted: Apr 16 2007, 04:41 PM


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QUOTE (Wyn @ Apr 16 2007, 05:23 PM)
QUOTE (Tara2 @ Apr 16 2007, 04:40 PM)
do like I do n dont wash it

Thats why your scooters always look and go like a pile of Shite A67.gif A72.gif

Er this is your thread for your lammy that dont go wyn n also who made it to scabby on there new scoot?? 1111.gif
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mike
Posted: Apr 16 2007, 05:01 PM


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have you tried takeing all the wires out of the coil and drying them also take ht lead out and dry that take the surpressor cap off the ht lead.try taking headset top off water did get past my speedo and straight on to ignition and electrics try drying them with malices hair dryer A28.gif
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Daysofspeed
Posted: Apr 16 2007, 07:48 PM


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First things first, check for a spark, should eliminate the electrics if you have one.
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Wyn
Posted: Apr 16 2007, 08:08 PM


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QUOTE (Daysofspeed @ Apr 16 2007, 08:48 PM)
First things first, check for a spark, should eliminate the electrics if you have one.

Ok cheers I,ll try that A28.gif
As you can see am useless when it comes to lammys
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Nik
Posted: May 2 2007, 05:32 PM


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Easy.

its a Lammy. They're not meant to start A39.gif


You got an open mouth carb on it?
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mike
Posted: May 2 2007, 06:39 PM


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i went up to have a look at this lammy on sunday changed ht lead/coil/cap/plug checked all wires/and electrics in head set top i cud hold end of ht lead and kick it over nothing. im now thinking stator plate/cdi unit.help anybody A13.gif


wyn i wont let it beat me
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fartypants
Posted: May 3 2007, 08:56 PM


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QUOTE (mike @ May 2 2007, 06:39 PM)
i went up to have a look at this lammy on sunday changed ht lead/coil/cap/plug checked all wires/and electrics in head set top i cud hold end of ht lead and kick it over nothing. im now thinking stator plate/cdi unit.help anybody A13.gif


wyn i wont let it beat me

before ya do anythin' drastic, try pullin' out one of the green wires from the cdi unit.if ya get a spark, it means ya'v gora dodgy ignition switch.p.s. theres been no mention of wd40, the lammy owners #1 tool A28.gif
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fartypants
Posted: May 8 2007, 10:06 AM


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could be a dodgy ignition switch.Try pullin' one of the green wires out of cdi unit, then kick over engine with the plug out, if you get a spark, sorted A28.gif
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mike
Posted: May 31 2007, 04:20 PM


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we done the green wire nothing
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pooliepete
Posted: Jun 3 2009, 09:49 AM


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dont yer have to push lammies?ive seen loads doing it
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dogcatcherssc
Posted: Jun 3 2009, 11:26 AM


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wyn , why not just stick to dirty vespas ? they always start .
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