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My carburetor isn't sucking any fuel from the tank, could this be because of a bad rocker gasket not letting it get any compression?

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No, you have a fuel problem. Either your carb is stopped up or your tank, line, filter are stopped up. Take the fuel line off the carb, (with fuel shut off) then place the hose in to a container and turn on the fuel, if no fuel is coming out, you have a tank / fuel shut off or filter stopped up. If you have fuel flowing then you most likely have a carb stopped up. Have it cleaned out (both jets and floats) one of these will fix you issues, let me know how this turns out, Thanks!

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