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I recently had the carb off for cleaning and finally got the chance to put it back on last night. It started perfectly and ran well, but when i brought it back in my garage, I had a bad fuel leak. I took the carb back off and found I had a pinched o-ring around my float housing so i put it back in place, made sure it was seated, put the carb back in the machine, and now i can't get it to start. I've double checked everything, all my lines are on, my throttle and choke cables are set up right. I took the spark plugs out and cleaned them up, pulled the machine over a bunch of times, and put the plugs back in...like I usually do when the machine is flooding, I can smell fuel after a couple of pulls. I did this twice trying to start the machine without using the choke and i smell fuel after a couple pulls. I've never seen this before, wondering if anyone has any ideas and can point me in the right direction. I got a feeling its something simple haha.
 

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did you check for spark?
 
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