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|Jeremy Sallgren||Wondering if anyone has any thoughts/experience with a 2400b industrial that just wont catch. I replaced the ignition coil and I have spark and fuel to the carburetor. I tried a little bit of starting fluid in the air cleaner and that seemed to help it along. I'm really thinking it has to be something in the carb. Any potential thoughts would be helpful. Everything ran fine before on this particular model.
|Jim harsh||Sir sounds like you are not getting fuel.
I would pull the fuel line off the carb see if fuel is flowing if it is than check the carb see if gas is going I side when cranking if it is could be stuck float or needs readjusted
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