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Not getting fuel

I have a reddy heater proffesional series 200t and it is not getting fuel.

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    i took the fuel pump apart to clean it and i am not sure i put it back together right.Is their a diagram i could look at

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Check the pump pressure. If 0psi, the rotor (air pump) probably broken. If not set to factory specs.

If there is some pressure, then check for air leak between the pump & the nozzle or vac leak in the fuel line, or possibly a clogged fuel filter.

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