You should hear a click when you turn the key to the run position (don't crank just run position) from the fuel solenoid. This click is the fuel solenoid opening. You can also bench test this with 12 volts. I've even used a 9 volt battery. When the fuel solenoid sees power the plunger retracts allowing the fuel to flow. It might not be a bad idea to take it out anyway to see if there is debris blocking it too.
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