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Okay the line I had disconnected was the actual fuel delivery line to the fuel dizzy (from the fuel filter).

Any way, I re-connected this line, ran the fuel pumps and the CIS flapper (sensor) plate got rock hard! I'd have to apply a decent force to get it to move down!!! So what the hell? A blockage of some sort? The fuel return line from the fuel dizzy has a junction that connects to the bottom of the fuel accumulator. I once read that if you removed the bottom connection to the accumulator and fuel leaked out, that's an indication that the diaphram inside is bad. Is tis true?
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