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My 9N is having trouble starting. It turns over fine but seems to be flooding. When it finally sputters to a start, it takes a while to run smooth. Also the idle seems to be fast and there is no change in engine speed until the throttle is almost half way down.

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Shut off fuel to carburetor, drain carburetor. Open fuel and count to three then shut off fuel. Crank engine then pull choke for 1 second then push in. If engine starts open fuel valve at tank. Also try lowering float level in carburetor. Good luck.

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