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Stalls slowing down

Bogging down after little use

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    Plink-plonk May 01, 2013

    Which model in particular are you refering to.? The more information you can give will aid to the correct diagnosis. :)

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Air filter plugged - Clean air filter

Tank vent faulty - Clean or replace tank vent if necessary

Leak in fuel line between tank and fuel pump - Seal or renew connections and fuel line

Pump diaphragm damaged or fatigued - Fit new pump diaphragm

Main jet bores or ports blocked - Clean bores and ports

Fuel pickup body dirty - Fit new pickup body

Fuel strainers dirty - Clean fuel strainers



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