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NO the problem most likely is that your carberator is dirty, Even if a tiny bit of dust or anything gets into the carb, it will plug up your jets not leting fuel get through. This has happend to me several times before, you will have to take the carberator compleatly apart and soak every piece of it in either paint thiner, laquer thiner, mineral sprits, alcohol, or carberator cleaner. After that poke a thin piece of wire or a paper clip through all the holes in every part to get any remaining debree out. You can then put it back together. Just make sure when you soak it not to put anything rubber in or it will get eaten away by the solvents. gook luck
Hey man! I have the same cultivator and just finished using mine for an hour or so in our church garden. These cultivators are lower end, so that's the first thing to know. Second, there may be air because on mine the gas lines are at the very top of the tank (no idea why), this means unless your tank is all the way full you will just suck in air and then eventually the motor will stop because, guess what, gasoline engines need gas. Has to be like 95% or more full. Mine is also always difficult to start--even had to the replace the pull string after I broke mine trying to start it this last March--add "Stabil" to the gas mixture in the tank. Add about 1.5 Tbs. Too much and it seems to weaken the ful/oil mixture, but without adding some mine is just about impossible to start.
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