Thought I'd managed to escape without infection but was mistaken. Not quite this good but close. $30.00 The paint on the bar is barely worn on the upper side and completely intact on the underside. I had to look hard to find any wear on the sprocket. I pulled the plug and inspected the cylinder, could see no damage through the plug hole. Connected a jumper from the plug to ground and gave her a pull, spark (getting excited) reinstalled plug. No evidence of garbage in the fuel tank, added gas poured a little into the carb choked her pulled a few times and she sputtered. Turned off choke tugged several times and she was running. Seemed to run and accelerate well, paid the man and left. When I got it home I filled the tanks and found she won't oil. I split the case and found a solid state ignition; both fuel lines cracked at the carb. Nothing obvious with the oil lines. It pressurizes the oil tank to force oil to the chain. Any idea where the pressure originates? I have the manual and IPL. Hoping for some guidance from you.