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Starts but turns off when choke is turned off . Seems gas air mix is off but no adjustments are possible

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Sounds like your "sucking air", get it running with choke on and slowly spray carb cleaner around carb at mating surfaces, i.e anywhere theres a gasket, if it bogs or stalls replace defective gasket/s

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