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Hi, this is Russ, I'll be helping you with your problem today. THANKS! IS THIS THE FIRST RUN OF THE SEASON?
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If you are reasonably handy, on the bottom of the carburetor is a brass nut...remove it....then fuel will flow out, allow it to flow into a can. In the threads of the brass nut is a hole...CLEAN IT COMPLETELY...then re install it. This may get you going.
If not, then the carb has to be removed disassembled and SOAKED in carb cleaner overnight minimum the reasssmbled. THANKS
IF YOU ARE NOT HANDY, PLEASE ALLOW A TECH TO DO THIS
IN THE FUTURE USE STABIL FOR ETHANOL IN THE FUEL AT ALL TIMES AND RUN THE ENGINE EVGERY 3 WEEKS TO HELP PREVENT THIS. THANKS AND GOOD LUCK
Okay Russ, I will try that
thanks and GOD BLESS!
If you remove the carburetor, draw a diagram of all parts and linkage so reassembly goes well