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Is there any way to clear the slow running jet on my Majesty Scooter without dismantling the carb.

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THERE is 1 way and that is warm it up with air filter pipe off and then rev engine to about2000rpm and throttle back to idle and at the same time put your hand over the carby were the pipe goes.this will **** in a bit of fuel and the same time wash out the idle jet BUTit will be a bit of a bugger starting as you might have to clean the plug before starting again

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