IF the shut off solenoid goes bad then they will not run . And do not replace with a half arrsed fuel metering screw , that soleniod was put there for a reason . Check with a test light to see if you have power with key on , if you have power then remove the solenoid and ground it and turn the key on to see if the pintel moves in . NOW BE CAREFUL as not to cause a spark with gas layen around or you just may be getting a new tractor and building . The pintel (needle) should move in about and 1/8 to 3/16 of and inch so that you are in full fuel and seat in the main jet to shut off fuel with the key off so that you do not have run on when the engine is HOT . Now maybe a good time to remove the carb and do a tear down on it and give it a good cleaning and check for dirt in the main jet area.
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