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Timmy, Royse probably pretty much nailed it with the tank vent or even more likely the ignition switch: they are famous for that!
Only thing I can ad to what has already been suggested is: Is your fuel bowl clean? I have seen where sediment gets bad enough that it starves, then after a while enough fuel works through for another while. The other thing to keep in mind (this drove me nuts on my JD70) is condenser, I honestly never considered it at first as I have never had one that would go bad intermittently, in my past they were either good or bad, but after eliminating EVERY other option, including wiring in a back up coil, I finally tried the condenser...been fine ever since!
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