The pump leak into the oil is a cheap and easy fix. Or, you can just turn the fuel off when you're not running it. I STRONGLY suggest you thoroughly clean the tank and 1st stage filter (the wire mesh - even if it looks okay, it can be clogged with varnish) with alcohol/acetone mix, blow out the fuel lines with carb. cleaner, and replace the other two fuel filters. Then fill the tank all the way up with clean diesel and bleed according to the instructions in the owner's manual. If after doing all that you get it running and it misses a little, put a day or so of work on it before you start looking for more problems.
Oh, and if you clean the engine before you start, you're less likely to get junk in the fuel lines, which is not a good thing....
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