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Engine will turn over but will not continue to run

Adjusted idle screw to one and quarter turns to no effect
I check gas line, disconnected gas tank. Gas remains in line even when I continue to try and start. Is there a fuel filter inbetween gas tank and carburator? It may be in carburator I will need to clean and I need diagram for disassembling.

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The fuel filter is in the tank on top of petcock that bike has a vacum operated petcock(fuelvalve)if the vacum hose is bad no fuel flow check the back of the fuel valve for a small hose that goes to the manifold make sure it is good put vacum on the hose wile hooked to the fuel valve and make sure that gas runs out of the hose give me a rate please hope this helps

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