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It sounds like you may have gotten air in the line. In order to get this machine started again you will need to bleed the air out of the fuel line at the engine.
Locate the fuel line going from the pump to the fuel rail on the engine. Loosen the nut where the line attaches to the fuel rail and crank the engine until you have nothing but fuel coming out and tighten the nut back down good.
It should be on the right side of the engine if you were sitting in the seat of the machine. You may have to remove the side cover in order to get to it.