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The under cowl fuel filter can be a royal pain to remove,
as it's usually in a place that won't allow access for your hands
to gain any leverage. I remove the entire hose and filter assembly from
the motor and work on the bench. That filter is the last line of defense
between the carburetor and the fuel tank.

Water in the separator, sounds like it's doing it's job.
Inspect more often, and make sure there are no leaks
letting water into your fuel tank.

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