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My trimmer starts but after warming up stops and wont start again

I have a McCulloch trimmer that when it starts and warm up (5 to 7 minutes) it stop and wont start again. You leave it to rest for a day or two and the same thing occurs.
What can be done to solve the iisue?
Thank you.

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After it stalls take the fuel cap off and put it back on and see if it starts,maybe the cap is bad or clogged and not letting air in to equalize the pressure of the fuel being used

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