Mower Carburetor Not Getting Gas

I have a Sears 16 hp twin riding mower. When I went to start it the engine didn't suck gas through the gas line. After cleaning the carburetor the engine sucks gas part way to the carburetor. What do I do? How do I check the fuel pump and where do get a new one?

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July 16, 20090 found this helpful

Could the fuel line need blowing out?

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Could the fuel line need blowing out? Or do you need a new spark plug?

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