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Ttr 125 won't start

I was riding this bike a year ago and it ran fine till one day it just quit with me on it I gave up on it and put it away. i recently decided to fix it. i drained the gas and oil and replaced them both. and bought a new spark plug. i cleaned out the carb too. it gets tons of spark and is getting gas.
I have no idea what the problem is its got some kinda of vudo or something
PLEASE HELP!!!

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Just needs to be cranked & primed
if u have gas & spark!
see if plug gets wet
you could try pressure pak starter [ether]

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