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with epa like it is now days you will have to take it to a shop. if it has the screws you may be able to get a fine needle nose in there but more than likely a shop will have to do this for you. i don't and most shops wont charge to adjust the carb if that's all it is.
Murray M20300 is produce by Husqvarna (HOP) group. Its product number should be 96114002702. It uses a Briggs and Stratton engine model number 9T602-5019-B1.
The carburetor PN is 795475 which include the 795083 diaphragm and gasket. This diaphragm and gasket is most problem found when the carburetor fails to operate. Considering the cost of the carburetor kit it is just cost effective to purchase the whole carburetor replacement kit.
You can purchase from online vendors that sells Briggs and Stratton parts or purchase local from a local shop that deals with Briggs and Stratton engines.
I have a 12.5 hp Briggs & Stratton on a Murray that did that. The carburator is right above the muffler and when I replaced the muffler, I didn't put the heat shield between the muffler and carburator back on. The added heat from the muffler was vaporizing the gas in the carburator where the engine would no longer run once it got hot. Replacing my heat shield and putting a longer pipe on the muffler to get it away from the carburator solved my problem.