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I had a similar experience with that model. It turned out to be a mouse nest in the water box. However , in this case i think you just have some moisture corrosion on the rubber tipped needle in the carburetor. Clean that part of the carb and do not alter the tiny spring in any way. If that does not work open the electronics box, if it is wet , dry it out , and seal it back up. Those are the three things I know of that will cause your problem. Start with the carb.
If the teeter/totter needles are gummy or covered with moisture corrosion it could be the reason the machine is so hard to start. When storing the jet ski's syphon all the gas out and burn it in your car or truck. Even if you stabilize it it wont be good fuel in the spring. Your plastic tank will not rust so remove the fuel. You may be able to clean them up by running a tank of Chevron Techron through them. Before riding we charge are batteries and start are jet ski's on the trailer/lift before dropping in the lake. This saves the battery. It takes more juice to start the boat in the water.