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Can not get fuel to spray

I can **** fuel up into hose and everyting that I check is clear.

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Hi and welcome to FixYa I am Kelly.
Things that cause this symptom are:
1. Debris in the carb float bowl
- Remove the carb float bow nut and clean out the bowl, the bowl but and up inside the treaded area of the bowl nut is the main fuel jet. Make sure to clean that also. You can try carb cleaner but sometimes the jet has to be removed to clear it.
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Performing the above steps should improve your engine performance dramatically. If you still have the problem after performing the above steps respond with your ENGINE MODEL NUMBER and there is more that can be done.

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Without more information, I would recommend checking your vacuum lines for breaks, cracks(dryrot), etc. This problem can effect the air-fuel mixture of the engine; causing rough running and high fuel consumption.
One simple way to check, is to start engine and spray vacuum hose's with some type of spray. windex works good, so does wd-40,
The premise is, the rubber hoses are for vacuum, or sucking. If a hose is defective the spray will be **** thru the rubber and enter the air/fuel management system.
Using windex (a water based solution) will cause the engine rpm to decelerate, where as, using WD40 (a petroleum based solution) will increase engine rpm. safer to use windex (it's non-flamable).
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