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Find out why it is getting no gas!
First check the tank, does really have gas in it? Use a dipstick.
Check the fuel tap. Remove the gas line, does gas come from the tank? Re-attach the line.
Remove the gas line from the carburettor, does gas come from the pipe? Re-attach.
If the fuel is getting that far, then it has to be the float stuck in the carb. Give it a sharp tap with the handle of a hammer.
Still no gas? How do you know? Remove the spark plug, is the plug wet or dry? If it is wet, you have gas to the engine, but it won't start. That could be dirty or wet plugs, or an electrical fault to the ignition system. We can go on from there, when you have done all the above.
Posted on Dec 28, 2016
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