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|Jim||I have a 53 NAA that I use to move snow & when it gets warmed up, it quits. It was doing it last year so I replaced the coil & that seemed to take care of it until about 2 weeks ago. If I let it cool off & empty the sediment bulb, it will fire up & run for a while.
|Bob G||as soon as it dies, hop off and check for spark.
|Jim Loveridge||You have to empty the sediment bowl? Next time try opening the gas tank cap and see what happens. The vent hole might be plugged or it has the wrong cap on it. But do what Bob said too.
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