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Sucking air my 41 acts like it is giting no fuel when i giv it gas

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My 350 does not **** up any fuel?

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First check the fuel line.If not clogged, then check fuel bowel,the needle and float may be clogged or stuck .remove carb.and give it a good cleaning.An air gun and can of carbcleaner works wonders.

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