Visual training aids are like the adage "a picture is worth a thousand words"!
With YouTube and all the other sources of technical training available on the internet, technical education has come a long way.
Years ago I was working on a tractor that had a fireworks display going on under the hood in wet or damp weather... The plug wires were shot. This was a simple 4 cyl tractor so I pulled all the plug wires off with the cap and tossed them into the garbage can. The new cap went on then I routed the new wires in their proper sequence.
You guessed it, no start. If YouTube had been around and this was being filmed, you would have watched an hourlong presentation of me pulling my hair out trying to figure why I drove it in with crappy plug wires and now not even a pop.
About 45 min into the video which would include you seeing me hooking up the charger because I killed the battery, you would see me discover the distributor had at one time been removed and replaced 1/4 turn off.
For whatever reason this was not corrected and the plug wires were shifted one tower clockwise. Number one tower was now number 4 tower. No wonder it wouldn't even pop.
Learning from my mistake from then on before removing plug wires I always note which tower number one wire is is connected to.
Learn from my mistakes everybody, verify number one is actually number one. Don't trust distributor cap markings or position on equipment new to you.
As a side note, brand new equipment is not exempt from factory defects. A friend of mine who worked at an implement dealer found distributors mis aligned and the plug wires adjusted accordingly from the factory on brand new equipment. Imagine that.
Edited for left out word.