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Remove the carburator to gain access. Unbolt the reed block from the back (rear) of the cylinder. You can replce the reed block assembly, or if you just got the reed pedals, they attatch with small screws. Use blue loc-tite #242 on the reed pedal screws so they don't loosen up. You will need to replace the gasket (s) with new ones and torque the cage bolts to spec. (Pay close attention when you remove it, so you know how it is re-assembled.)
my carb was doing the same thing and i just took it off, took it apart cleaned it out with the air nozle on our compresser and a butter knife to cean out the stuff on the bottom of the bowl, reset the float and it was all good.