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First, turn the high and low needle valves in all the way, counting how many turns each goes in. Then remove the high and low needle valves. Put the straw from a WD 40 can in the needle screw holes and give them a blast of the WD 40. This will dislodge whatever is in there. Replace the needle valves, bottoming them out carefully and then backing them out until they are back to where they started. The engine is guaranteed to run if the fuel is fresh.

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