Posted by L. B, on January 19, 2013 at 13:51:48 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: Fuel flow posted by BrianLivingstone on January 19, 2013 at 12:18:50:
Make sure your gas cap is vented and vent is clear. Put on fuel safe gloves while working on this entire task.After the sed bowl is removed and cleaned and you have checked all other stuff as per soundguys post. Now before you put sed bowl on turn on your fuel valve and with a gas safe container to catch the gas check for a steady stream of fuel.If you dont get a good flow your sed bowl valve is plugged (or no gas in tank)and must be checked, REMOVE all gas from tank and remove and clean valve and its screen, Put valve back on.Check flow.If ya have a good flow button everything back up. Put sed bowl back on and tighten the sed bowl up, just tighten it enough to mate it to the gasket. Turn fuel on,it will fill the sed bowl, as the fuel starts to overflow the bowl catch over flow in a safe container. Now tighten bowl to gasket till the overflow stops and make it tight. Now try to start her up. Post back if this fails to solve your problem.
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