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10-26-2007 06:14:24

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I have a DB 1200A - I ran out of fuel. I went and got 5 gal. of fuel, and put it in. As it turns out, it had almost a qt. of water in it, but I didn't know about it right away, because I did get it to start and run by bleeding the injectors and after a few min., it stoped running again. Repeated the steps and got it to start again. After the third time of doing this, I found the water. I then drained the tank, put fresh fuel in, and added a fuel conditioner ( dry gas for diesels). The problem I have now is that I cant get any fuel to pump out of the top of the injector pump, and thanks to one of my grand children, I cant find my manuel, ( but I'm sure that will turn up some time next month). I really don't want to have to buy another book, so, if someone could help me out with this problem, I would be very grateful. Pictures would be helpful too.

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Patrick Tercho

10-26-2007 13:13:54

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 Re: fuel delivery in reply to nownergu, 10-26-2007 06:14:24  
You probably need to change the fuel filters now, the water trapped in them is blocking fuel flow. Check the transfer pump sight bowl for water as well, or just clean it for good measure. Good luck!

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