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A quite common problem with these engines is the gasket between the carburetor
and engine. It is usually a thick fiber gasket and sometimes gets blown out if
engine ever backfires. This is more common with age, as the nuts holding carb
on do sometime get loosened. Also gum buildup can and does clog the main and
low-speed jets at times which means removing carburetor. Cleaning out with a
good carburetor cleaner then blowing out all passages. This happens quite
often here where they add 10% alcohol to gasoline. Gas goes bad a lot quicker
than without alcohol!