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Its possible however check out all the easy stuff first. Just about any diesel will be a pain to start when the fuel system took on air, just like when changing a fuel filter.
I would fill both tank atleast 1/4 of the way full, change the fuel filter and bowl, crank on rear tank for maybe 10 seconds, then front, possibly back and front tank once more to make sure the air is out of the selector valve. Then purge at the valve on the fuel pump until air the air is out and there is a steady stream of fuel, then try to start again. Avoid ether at all costs.
There is probably a different/better method, this idea was based off fuel issues I had with my 6.5 but its worth a shot.
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