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Help. '96 Broadmoor won't run.

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Hi All. My Broadmoor quit yesterday. I changed fuel filter, drained tank and put in fresh gas. Still won't run. It's a Briggs 16H V-Twin. Could it be the fuel pump? How do I tell. Are these a suction type fuel pump? Thanks for any info! Greg

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