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Would not start, cleaned out fuel bowl nothing in it. can dump gas in carb will start for moment

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  • Corey McConnell
    Corey McConnell May 11, 2010

    It seems to not be drawing from the tank, sometimes there is a fuel filter in the tank. Is this filter clogged? Check the fuel line from the tank to the carb.

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You need to either clean the carb really good (take it apart) or rebuild it or both. Sounds like your needle is gummed up and not letting fuel through.

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