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Engine stalls after acceleration - Start fine, idles fine, but won't run at full speed. Engine dies when throttle is engaged more than half-way. Fuel filter is ok, air filter has been cleaned.

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Sounds like its not "un-choking" it self, that its running like its still choked like you wold at initial start up.

Disassemble it and see if u can pysically see the activation and deactivation of the choke when u apply them.

While u are at it, also make sure:

Gas is fresh?

MIx is right?

Plug is good?

Chain brake mechanism is released.?

Good luck.

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