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No, the overflow line does not need to be submerged. first make sure that the hose connections are tight and the "O" ring or gasket inside the gas cap is not damaged or missing. when replacing both lines at once, its easy to get them mixed up, so make sure they're not. remove the carbuerator and inspect the gasket; it should be soft and flexible, if its hard or brittle it needs replaced. it doesn't take much to clog it, so spray carb cleaner, available at local auto parts store, inside the fuel rails and blow out with compressed air. there might also be a pin hole or bad seal in the primer bulb and need to be replaced.
Posted on Nov 28, 2008
Take the bottom off the carb (single silver screw). Inside you should see a small screen filter. This is rigid but can be pried out.
Remove and replace it, or clean it with carb cleaner. This filter clogs very easily, but must be totally clean in order for fuel to flow through. (This solved my fuel flow problem after having tried everything else ! )
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
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