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Carburetor for herohonda pleasure where it is located and how to maintain it? i am having problem with starting even if the scooter is parked for 5-6 hrs

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Your bike has a carbration problem in that it has debris in the carb. What you must do to correct this is completely remove the carb, then take off the float bowl. it is on the bottom of the carb and is rectangular with 4 phillips head screws. once the screws are out, lightly tap the bowl with the handle of your screwdriver to get it loose. Empty this bowl (it will be full of gas/water/junk) and wash it out with new clean gasoline or a spray carb cleaner form the auto parts store. There will also be two jets in the center of the carb, they are gold in color. spray these out with the cleaner or compressed air. The holes in them are very tiny and must be cleared out. Once you have this clean, reassemble and the bike should run like new. If the gas tank has any debris in it, this problem will come back unless you install a filter. best wishes!

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