@Chuck Sartor posted:
Look up by the smoke unit. Watch the action of the smoke lever while you turn the motor by hand and at the end there is a black blade the moves up and down between 2 black boxes (sensors). The blade must completely cover the sensor to activate a chuff.
Thanks Chuck. With your's and Phil55'ts advice I have located the potential problem area and it looks like that arm needs to be bent slightly downward to adequately cover the sensor. I'm in the process of trying it now. Wish me luck.