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Inside the large cover at the bottom of your carb is a flotation bulb which controlls a small metal rod with a pointed end which opens and closes the flow of fuel.Dirt or gummy deposits stop the closure and allow fuel to flow freely through the engine.If your a handy type remove the carb and take the large cover off the carb remove the float and the "needle valve and clean the tip of the valve and the narrow hole the valve goes in with carb cleaner and small brushes.If not so handy remove the carb and take it to a knowledgeable neighbor or repair shop. If you do the work yourself take digital pics of the process to help reassembly.
Posted on Oct 04, 2009
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