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In Reply to: Engine Dying posted by Ken on Saturday, June 14, 2014:
There is two screens as part of the bowl, one is inside the bowl at the top and the other is part of the sediment bowl but is inside of the tank.
the screen in the tank really only protects the aux fuel when the fuel valve is all the way open. With the valve open two turns for main fuel, the fuel is drawn through a stand pipe. the pipe itself can be pulled. I had one that did that.
I would post a picture but it seems that the system to post is not working right now.
You might try opening the valve all the way and see what you get!
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