Use a can of aerosol carb cleaner. NOT brake cleaner. Stick the nozzle into every orifice, and passage you can find on that carb and spray until it comes through somewhere else, and then stick the nozzle into where the spray came out and spray again. Pay special attention to the brass jet down in the bottom where the load screw fits. There is an area in behind there that SOMETIMES fills up with crud and is very difficult to remove.
When you think you have it clean, blow compressed air into each and every hole there is. If the carb IS clean, the compressed air WILL exit through another hole somewhere. If it doesn't, you are not yet done with cleaning.
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