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Did you check the tank tube of any blockage ? And the diaphragm in the carburetor is the fuel pump and has to pump fuel from the tank. Did you replace the diaphragm? If so, the assembly might ne wrong, ot fuel tube from tank plugged.??
I would suggest going back and double checking the assembly of the carburetor, using the link I sent as guide.
I think I am good at least through the fuel pump. I think my problem is downstream from there. I will remove the welsh plug and see what I can see. I think the link is all I needed. Thanks.
The thing still won't start. The pump is pumping fuel. There is a good spark at the plug. There is good compression. I removed the welch plug from the end and blew air through the three orifices. They are open. There is a small screw that comes into the right side of the carb. It has a hole running perpendicular through it and a very small hole in the end that intersects with the other hole. It is clear. The only thing I haven't done is remove the small welsh plug from the side. I took the rope starter off the side and tried to start with a drill. Nothing. It looks like there is fuel getting to throat of the carb. This thing still looks new.