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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hello! Draining the tank was a necessary move. You will need to remove carburetor, take it apart and clean it. It is a an easy job; they are quite simple. All you will need is a new gasket and you can make one. If the fuel filter is inside the gas tank, take it out and clean. If it's an inline filter you can replace it with an ordinary lawnmower inline. Use a carburetor cleaning solution. When you reassemble, lube the choke so it moves freely. Also clean the gas line.
Dry all spark generation parts. A hair dryer works well.
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Posted on Dec 20, 2009
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