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Posted by Anonymous on
Hi,if you have flooded the engine put your foot down on the throttle peddle to the floor then tern the key and it will let more air through wich will dry the plugs out and it should start,dont pump the peddle just keep it to the floor,if its flooded it will work,all the best.
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