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    MEP-803A Repair Assistance

    If you can go without the machine for a few days, pull all of the metering pumps out and let them sit fully submerged in carb cleaner covered and out of the way (getting them lined back up properly in the fuel rack is not difficult... but thats why some folks say to leave 1 in, but it only takes...
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    MEP-803A Repair Assistance

    Have you cleaned out the tank of any potential floating trash either?
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    MEP-803A Repair Assistance

    You got a spare fuel pump? Does it have an inline particle filter?
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    MEP-803A Repair Assistance

    Whens the last time you did a filter change on this machine? Does it have the inline strainer just south of the inlet on the primary pump? I was once chasing what I thought was a droop concern... turns out that stupid little filter was the cause!
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    MEP-803A Repair Assistance

    Yeah if its the droop setting, you can have that thing dialed in in 5 minutes with just an Allen key.
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    MEP-803A Repair Assistance

    What have you done to diagnose the issue, anything? Does it only display this under load, or just while running unloaded?
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