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Old 09-26-2017, 11:41 AM   #9
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Originally Posted by Ski in NC View Post
Check racor bowl for any sign of water. If none, turn fuel valve off and pop top off of racor and check fuel level inside. If a couple/few inches down from the top, you may have low fuel or air intrusion issue. Pump primer button and see if it is firm.

Any recent work on fuel system or filter replacement or fuel tank filling?

Was key still on and alarm buzzing? Annoyed neighbor may have shut it down.
Ski,

Good info, and I'll do that. A glance didn't show much, but I'll go into the detail you post.

And, no, a neighbor did not turn it off. They couldn't even hear it from their place, and if outside, they'd just tell me. Hasn't happened in the last 45 years. No key and alarm on.

And no recent work.
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