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Fill a gas can with straight gas, the disconnect the primer bulb and hose ( enough to insert into the gas can). After you insert the hose into the gas can disconnect the fuel line above your fuel filter. Prime the bulb until fuel runs clear, then re-attach the fuel hose (the one with the filter). Finally remove the drain screws (brass color) off the carburetor or carburetor's, then prime the bulb again until fuel comes out clear (from the drain screws). Spray carb cleaner into the holes of the removed screws. Then replace everything as normal and prime bulb running off your normal gas tank. Re-choke your engine and start it. If this starts easier and better, then you know its your gas.
Posted on Apr 18, 2012
Replace the fuel filter and spark plug and if 2 stroke check fuel mixture
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
Have you checked the CDI module for a cracked wire or rubbed wire yet?
Posted on Jul 26, 2009
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