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I had bad fuel in my tank. I have since changed the fuel in the tank and it wont start. I assume there may be another part of the fuel system that need to be drained still?

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You should drain out any fuel from the fuel lines, check the spark plugs are no fouled. If this is not helping the you should check to see if fuel is being pumped through because the filter could be blocked

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