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Tecumseh (Lausen) series 3 carb 632334a

Was running fine before a prolonged headstand (days long) now it won't stay running. Will start for a quick second or two when primed but won't keep running. Something stuck somewhere? Do i have to take it apart?
It's on a 8hp Snapper HD 8265.
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more than likely it will need a complete overhaul.: eek:

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By headstand, do you mean having the blower tipped up into the service position? I guess if the fuel was left on you could have a block full of oil and gas. Check the oil level.
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Try tapping the float bowl with a screwdriver handle or remove the bowl to make sure the float is not stuck in the up position.

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