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In Reply to: 8N CARB ISSUE posted by dan on Friday, April 25, 2014:
It would be nice if you had a different carb you could try. Do you get good flow thru the carb when you pull the drain plug? I would measure it. let it fill a pint jar and see how long it takes to fill it. Should fill a pint jar in 2 to 3 minutes. I had one that the filter screens were all clean but the stand pipe in the tank was plugged.
If you get good flow then I would go thru the carb again and run a wire thru every passage way. It would like something is blocking the fuel someplace.
a good spark means that it will jump a 1/4" gap!
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