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Problem being that the gas is flowing back to the tank after a good while. Like overnight. When you try to start in the AM there's no gas to start the engine and you have to crank it till the gas is up in the carb. If there is a fuel valve in line to shut the fuel line off so the fuel cannot drain back, use it when you stop for the day. Shut the valve off. Open it when you next go to start it. When it is warm from use, the fuel has not had time to drain off and will always start quickly. What you need is an inline check valve, a one way valve that will stop the gas from bleeding back but will allow the fuel to go into the carb. Check your parts supplier for this check valve/ one way fuel valve.
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