Question about Electrical Supplies
There are a couple of possibilities: if you left fuel in it for a long time, the carbureator may be gummed up - it will need to be thoroughly cleaned. Sometimes you can get some "Sea Foam" carb cleaner through it, but it will probably need to be removed and disassembled. The other is the choke and throttle settings may have gotten messed up. Can't tell you much more without more details.
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