Re: BSA Wont Start - No Power after backfire
Okay, so I've got it sorted out.
Its a positive ground so the battery was in correctly.
I had left two wires connected to the zener diode grounded. I disconnected them from the diode and took them off the ground(redundant, I know) and I've got power without blowing fuses.
Kicked it over and it fired a few times. If it wasn't 30 degrees and dark out I'd continue but for now I am satisfied.
Thanks for the help. You'll probably hear from me soon.