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Gasoline unable to go up in fuel bulb even pumping for aeverl times. The motor unable yo fire up?,

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Hi, You probably have a cracked or damaged fuel pipe or possibly a blocked fuel filter on the end of your fuel pipe. Empty your fuel tank back into a clean bowl to see if the fuel is clean you can then se the pipe and filter. . The pipe disconnects from the carb and goes through a gromet on top of the tank. If you remove the gromet with the two pipes going into the fuel tank the pipe s and filter will come out. Normally the pipes get damaged where they go through the grommet. You can get new tubing on line ebay or other site lots in the states who will send to you I am sure. When replacing the grommet put some 2 stroke oil on it to help it go in easily and make sure the filter goes right down to the bottomm of the tank. hope this helps,
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