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Gas not getting to my engine on a TMEC BD 50 QT-3 Gas powered Scooter

Gas not getting to my engine after only 800 miles city driving.

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Carefully remove hose connection at carburetor, if gas does not flow out of that, remove the hose from the tank barb and see if fuel is coming out there- if not, the filter screen soldered to the barb is plugged.

If you do get fuel flow, check the diaphragm on the carb, A simple carb rebuild should remedy it.

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clean the carb , Spark plug and air filter.

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could be one of a few things. Most likely fuel related. 1) carb blocked main jet (whip it out n clean it) 2) air filter clogged up or split (remove spark plug and if it is black there is too much fuel and either the airfilter is blocked up or the choke is stuck on, if it is very white there is too much air getting infrom either a split air filter or leaking inlet pipe) 3) change spark plug.

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sounds like gas jet is clogged. been sitting? use carb cleaner and clean out jet. the jet is in the carb bowl and has a stem amd needle valve and a float. when you see the float its attached with a small tab to the needle valve. up inside there is the jet a flat head screw driver to remove it. if its clogged clean it also on gas tank there may be a filter in the shut off valve. turn it off position and see if there is a screw underneath to clean filter.

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