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Won't run right

It would not run full power all of the sudden.the fuel lines were worn and I noticed the filter had broken away from the fuel line in the gas tank.I replaced the 2 lines. (carb has 2 lines)Still not running at full throttle and boggs down

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Have you checked the tiny stainner at the end of one of the fuel lines inside the fuel tank.

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