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Fuel is going through filter when hand pump is pumped and into main fuel pump but hand pump then goes solid . no fuel is coming out of main pump when engine is turned over. is there a last chance filter in pump? or a bleed screw? please help.

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There is a check valve the keeps the fuel from going backwards thats why the hand pump goes solid. It is best for you to take it to a shop if the fuel pump needs replacement which is probably whats wrong with it. If you decide to deal with the tank. Makes sure you plug all the house outlet because vapor will accumulate low on the ground and a potential for explosion. It is extremely dangerous. It is not worth it unless you have experience in that kind of job.

Posted on May 28, 2011

  • andyheughan May 29, 2011

    Hi there,

    Is the check valve in the hand pump?

    thanks

  • Ronado Panaligan
    Ronado Panaligan Jun 01, 2011

    there is of course otherwise it will not pump.

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