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Another fuel problem

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How could I check the fuel pump on a 14 HP Kohler? I read the answers in the other post about fuel problems and will check that out, I think ngr2 it may be the pump. Also would someone have a good used one that they might want to sell. Stan :(

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720nut

I'm not sure it's the right way or not but I take pump off and work it by hand with my thumb over inlet to see if it is working, if diaphragm is ok should try to suck your thumb in. Just my $.02

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