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No gas in the carb, after it sets for a couple of days

Has new weber. everything works great. except acts like no gas in carb if you dont start it for a couple of days. after it starts, everything is good

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To avoid the running out of fuel in the carb,one simple suggestion. Fit a Check valve ( metallic one ) between the fuel pump and carburetor.Always the non return to be on the side of the carburetor.

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