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Fuel is flowing through fuel line but not getting to the fuel lin

Fuel is flowing through fuel line but not getting to the carborator.

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Take off the fuel bowl and you will see a float for the float valve needle jet. Take the float mechanism off and check the jet is not clogged with dirt.
beswt to take carby off to do this and turn carby so bowl is facing you. Otherwise if you remove the float you may drop the needle out and lose it.

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