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If it has dual gas tanks, you may have a selector valve/switch malfunction. Check your tank/tanks for water--if it has a significant amount, it will not pass thru and will not allow gasoline to pass thru the fuel filter. Does this vehicle have an electric fuel pump? I would take the filter ...

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How do you bleed the fuel system on a JX100U

It should have a bleeder valve just outboard of the engine block to clear the fuel line of air and water. If you got water in the fuel, pump out the tank, use the wet fuel in your shop heater. Hook up a spare battery cause you are gonna have to play fun and games clearing out the fuel system ...

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