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Install new spark plugs and go easy on the throttle when starting. A power valve squirts extra gas every time the throttle is twisted. Twist too often when starting and the engine floods. Please rate my answer. Thanks!
if you have a volt meter, check the battery cables for voltage when its running. if you read above 12 volts, then your charging system is fine - replace the battery. if less than 12 volts, then you have a bad stator winding and will need to have the charging portion of the stator replaced. probably about a $300 part.