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Unit will not run

Its gitting fule and flam but fan shuts off thats all it will do can someone help me out

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Sounds like the pump pressure needs adjustment. If it's off from spec, (even a fraction), the unit will not fire up and run. If you still have your owners manual, check to see what the pump pressure is posted for. (probably around 3.5 PSI). Also, check for clogged fuel filter a that will restrict fuel flow and pressure...

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