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FREDDY SANDOVAL
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If you drained the fuel out of it, then you need to gravity bleed fuel till there is no air in the fuel line going to the carb.

Once you have no air in the line hold the throttle open while cranking the engine, that sucker will start.

Easiest way to get it started, turn the “T” handle (low needle)  almost 1/2 a turn close and then quickly open it up to 1 1/2 turns once it starts. That should work, especially when you already have good compression, good spark, and a good spark plug.