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If you still have good fuel flow out of the plug on the bottom of
the carb, then I would guess you missed something inside the carb.
It sounds like you've gone from flooding to no fuel.
You can take it back apart, double check everything and put it
back together if you have to. Did you run something through all
the passages? Small wire, guitar string, weed eater cord?
Carb cleaner and air aren't always enough to get it done.
Could even be a chunk of dirt that broke loose during cleaning.
Or, you might find one of these. This was in a carb when it broke.
The needle dropped down into the seat and shut off the fuel.
No fire at all except it would fire on a shot of ether.
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