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Poulan #2550 farmhand saw, Put a new carburetor on saw still not getting gas to carb?

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    Bad fuel pump diaphram or pinched fuel line ?.

  • Anonymous Mar 27, 2014

    getting no gas?

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Try emptying the fuel tank, and with small flashlight inspect the fuel line and the sump pick-up screen inside the tank. You may be able to gently retrieve it with a stiff wire hook. See if the hose is cracked/broken of if the screen is clogged. If all is well, be sure there are no kinks in the entire fuel line. 
Hope this helps 

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