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You may have flooded the engine by now, leave the choke off and wind the throttle wide open. Wind the engine over to clear the fuel out. Then turn off, and back on again shut off the throttle. Try to start it without the choke or without opening the throttle. If it doesn't start turn it off and check your air filter make sure it isn't clogged.
Then check your carbs if it has them, slightly tap them on the bowls. Then find the screw on the bottem of the float bowl that lets the fuel out normally an allen head. Unscrew it and allow fuel to run out, then shut it off. Do the same for other carbs. Now try to start it again, if it starts then it was a faulty needle and seat and you might want to look at changing those. If you have a fuel tap make sure it is turned on, make sure you have plenty of fuel in the tank.
your carbs will need a good service ,pinning the throttle wide open wont help either ,so open throttle slowly.
I expect your needle valve in the carb has gone oval ,it should be round allso check the needle condition no scores, but first clean and adjust your pilot screw,best thing is to get a haynes manual to find the proper setting for it,but quite simple to do.
Check the condition of the petcock (Valve) in the tank, open it up off of the bike. does fuel run out freely? if not take it out of the tank and service it , some have screens to trap debris. these can gum up wth debris and varnish from old gas.
1.Do you have a fuel filter? maybe it's clogged up, and needs to be cleaned or replaced.
2.If no fuel filter, it could be you need to clean your carburateur.
hope its the first, but no worries if it's the second, it's quite easy to do.
hope it starts soon, so you can get back to riding.
Suzuki Bandit 250 1996 model has a ******* caburator, pl clean the caburator and ride daily,when you ride the bike pl continue the rpm level between 4 and 6, dont take suzuki brand again pl goto next time honda brand..honet... etc...................................