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My flymo maxi trim 430 fires but won't run and just dies after a few seconds

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If you have some starting fluid spray, a little into the carburetor and see if it runs. If it comes up but then dies, there's a fuel supply issue. Check for leaks in the tubing, a plugged fuel filter and be sure your carburetor is securely fastened to the motor. Any leak keeps it for sucking the gas into it. Your gas tank needs to have a vent to let the air in to replace the gas coming out but it usually takes a while for this to kill the engine so it'd be last on my list. Good luck.

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