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Can't figure out the problem to making start

Engine won't start and when it attemps to dyes out leaving a gas odor

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Try cutting back the fuel intake. There should be a screw close to where the fuel line enters the carb. If there is a fuel injector It could be a few different places. GoodLuck And PEACE

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