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My time master wont start.

Why does fuel leak out of the carby. why doesnt it want to start.

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Can be several things . By pouring fuel into the carby it is going into the inlet manifold making a rich mixture . check the gas has not leaked from the carby. over night, Check the choke flap is closed before starting with the engine cold. Check the carby.accelerator gas pump is working. by working the linkage you will see a spray of gas injected into the carby. throat. If not the remove and repair.

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