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I think you still have a dirty carb, cleaning and a kit are only worthwhile if you really understand what your doing, otherwise your just wasting your money. But your thought about timing also has merit.If you mow in rough terrain or have hit anything you may have sheared the fly wheel key which will throw off firing sequence. Remove blower housing etc till your looking at the flywheel, remove nut and starter cup. If you have a flywheel tool remove it and see if the key is sheared or has any damage at all. If no tool re-thread fly wheel nut back on shaft till its just above shaft , get a helper and insert two large screw drivers from each side under the flywheel and pry up as you tap the flywheel nut with a hammer until it lets go. If flywheel key ok then you still have a carb problem.
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