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Hi my name is Robert..
Few things I would check out, first the battery, I would have it load tested to make sure it is good, make sure you cables are clean and tight. This engine should have a fuel cutoff solenoid, it should be on the passenger side of the engine block, it will have a rubber boot over the shaft, what you can do is manually pull up on that while some cranks the engine and see if it starts, when you turn the key the plunger should engage and when you crank the plunger should stay engaged. Below is a picture of that. Fuel filters are always a possibility if they were plugged as well, also could be a return check valve issue. Below is a picture of the fuel cut off.... Hope this helps some, IF you have more questions or concerns please feel free to contact me.... Robert
It would be on the fuel return line and look like a banjo fitting, see picture below, if fuel was able to leak back while the unit was sitting then it could cause a no start condition. Also make sure your fuel filters are tight, if you were sucking air into the system then it would be an issue on start up....
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