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Hi. Remove the float bowl nut and cleanout the hole the float bowl nut screws into. Also clan out the side holes in the float bowl nut itself. There is debris in the bottom of the float bowl tht is restricting fuel flow. Pretty simple fix. Just make sure that you have the bowl gasket aligned when you re-install the float bowl. Otherwise it will leak fuel.

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Can u send me the Honda gcv 160 cc and 21 lawnmower engine start video step by step in my mail id


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