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Old 10-29-2012, 10:54 AM
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Now that you say that. It doesn't have very much fuel in it. Ill put some more in it and try that.

I also tried the throttle wide open trick, to get some more air in the cylinder.

I didn't mention before, that did get it running 1 time. Randomly, for about 2 mins. It never would clear up. Once I shut it off, It would not fire again.
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