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Originally Posted by Porschephd View Post
You can pull the regulator out and check the oring and the value. It is on the top of the head on the side right in front to the right. It is either that or the WUR has failed.
Thanks for stepping up to help, Stephen! I did pull the regulator out of the fuel head and the o-ring looks to be fine..I was sure not to lose any shims that were present...Brian Leask actually mentioned I try this. I plan to button everything back up and see if it'll start. The thing throwing me off was how stiff the plate should be when there's pressure. I guess there is supposed to be some resistance.
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