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After doing the checks that you have done so far are you getting spark to the plug now?
On/off switch being left on won't cause any problem. Have you tried unplugging the low oil sensor wire and see if you get spark then? You can also unplug the small ground wire going to the ignition coil and try it to see if you get spark then.
Disconnect the wire from the ignition coil would eliminate everything backwards in the system but in order to get to it you would have to remove the pull start assembly.
If you get spark with the wire unplugged then you know that the ignition coil is good but you have a problem backwards in the wiring. If you still have no spark then the ignition coil is bad.
Yes that would be the correct wire. If you still have no spark then the ignition coil is bad and will need to be replaced.
When you unplug the wire at the ignition coil you just eliminated the oil sensor so that it is no longer in the picture.
Yes, it is the correct wire. The disc shaped object is mounted next to the flywheel, right?
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