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I recently bought a CH-750 in Oklahome and did all my local flying there, resulting in flight durations of two hours or less. Finally it was time for an "extended" cross-country from Cushing OK (CUH) to my home,Rockport TX (RKP). During the flight I found that I had essentially no fuel flow from the right-hand tank. The engine also quit a couple of times. I have reversed fuel tank caps to see if the problem reversed. With only half-full tanks it appeared the problem just went away. However, yesterday I flew for two hours after first topping off to the brim and got similar results as during the cross-country flight. I landed with 6.5 gal in the left tank and 9.5 in the right. In every instance as soon as I land the fuel immediately evens out. Incidentally, I also get a small amount of fuel seepage from the caps each flight. Now I am unwilling to go on extended flights.
I am hungry for suggestions/ideas. HELP!