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I have assembled a body of information about small engine fuel problems like you have, please follow the suggestions below and if necessary you will need to get a kit and rebuild the carburetor, a web site link to the maker of the Ryobi carburetor is provide at the very bottom.
Remove the fuel tank lines from the fuel tank and then unbolt and remove the entire fuel tank from the equipment. When disconnecting the lines, inspect them for any cuts or cracks and also look for any which have collapsed. As the polyvinyl plastic which comprises most of these fuel lines ages it has a tendency to lose its support, causing it to collapse, the fuel supply to the carburetor becoming restricted.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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