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My fuel pump is not pumping gas to the carburetor

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You probably need a new fuel pump. They have a diaphram that can go bad. if it is new and is not electric make sure that it is placed in its hole correctly it is operated like an old pump style well pump. There is an offset cup style washer that rotates to activate the pump inside of that hole. it is possible to miss this washer if you are not careful. I have done it myself. You should be able to tell that you hit the washer if the fuel pump is a little resistant when tightening the screw. Good luck

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