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2005 RTZ 42 stalling, starving for gas

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John Belding

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I have an old RTZ 42" with the 17 HP Intek B&S engine and it has suddenly started starving for gas at full throttle and the blade engaged. I have replaced the fuel pump. the fuel filter and the carb and the issue continues. I have also replaced the hose between the fuel pump and the oil dipstick tube. Just looking for any suggestions, because I have no idea what else it could be. I can see that there is very little gas in the fuel filter.
 
I have an old RTZ 42" with the 17 HP Intek B&S engine and it has suddenly started starving for gas at full throttle and the blade engaged. I have replaced the fuel pump. the fuel filter and the carb and the issue continues. I have also replaced the hose between the fuel pump and the oil dipstick tube. Just looking for any suggestions, because I have no idea what else it could be. I can see that there is very little gas in the fuel filter.
What does the trouble shooting section of the manual say?
 
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