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Changed battery,filled it with gas. Gas not getting to engine.

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Remove fuel line at carb and see if gas flows freely.

If it flows freely and the carb is dry either the float is stuck closed or your electric fuel solenoid is unpowered/broken. The solenoid is under the carb. You can see a wire coming out of it. Unhook the wire and check it for power using a test light. If the light turns on with the key on you can remove the fuel bowl and solenoid and test the solenoid and inspect the float for free movement.

Also, make sure your fuel filter is clean and your inline fuel valve wasnt closed accidentally!

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