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Cub CAdet LT1050. Replaced fuel filter, fuel pump ...

Cub CAdet LT1050. Replaced fuel filter, fuel pump and gas. Cannot get flow from fuel tank to the fuel pump. Have blown back line from filter to tank and heard bubbling. HOwever, no fuel flow yet.

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