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I have a 95 Bayfisher with a Yamaha 115 that only gets run once or twice a month. Starting her cold is always an issue. I follow what I believe is the normal routine of pumping bulb until firm and using choke switch. Motor does not want to catch. Eventually, it will start but it takes 10-15 minutes. Plugs seem to be ok. If anybody has the magic formula, I am all ears.
I have a 95 Bayfisher with 115 Yamaha. Unfortunately, I don't get to use it much - once every couple of weeks. Starting it is a chore. I follow the standard procedure of pumping to firm bulb; depressing choke switch and turning key. It will not catch. Eventually, i will get it to turn over but it takes a while. Plugs are good. Any secrets that I am missing? Thanks.