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The fuel could be stale. I would empty the fuel tank and put fresh fuel in it. Make sure the unit is in the ON position. On the handle there is a switch. ( I is ignition (to start) and O is off (to kill the unit)). Then pump the primer bulb a few times to make sure there is no air in the fuel lines. Then move the choke lever up into the choke position. Pull the starter cord no more than about five times, it should try to start. Then move the choke lever down, into the off choke position. You should pull the cord a couple of more times and it should start right up. If you have put the choke lever in the on position and pulled it a few times it could be flooded. To clear out the cylinder and get the unit running at this point. Turn the choke to the off position and pull the unit a few times. Depending on how flooded the unit is it could take quite a few pulls.
Posted on Apr 03, 2011
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